Category Archives: discordianism


The Illuminati Files, Part One: A Conspiracy is Born by Brenton Clutterbuck

One legacy of the Discordian Society has been its part solidifying the place of the Illuminati in contemporary pop culture. Once an obscure and poorly understood quirk of European history, the Illuminati is now sincerely regarded by some to be … Continue reading

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August Eris of the Month 2020: Eris or Discordia by omgebrennus

Eris or Discordia? Depends on who you ask. Found on omgebrennus‘s DeviantArt account. Send us your Eris of the Month Club submissions (more info here) by using the form at the bottom of The MGT. page.

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July Eris of the Month 2020 – Cat Poop Witchcraft Eris

Sometimes you just have to clink a link when you see it. And thus we were led to this month’s Eris of the Month: Witchcraft spell to get rid of a troublesome person – using cat poop and calling on … Continue reading

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RAW vs. the Acidheads for… ONE MILLION DOLLARS!

Recently I stumbled upon this artifact in the Discordian Archives, a clipping from the May 1976 edition of National Weed entitled: “Author Sues Acidheads For Saying Leary Wrote His Book!” In essence, this article appears to have been a PR … Continue reading

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June Eris of the Month 2020 – Eris by The Eriskopalian Kirk

An awesome Eris as seen on The Eriskopalian Kirk’s Twitter. Send us your Eris of the Month Club submissions (more info here) by using the form at the bottom of The MGT. page.

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May Eris of the Month 2020 – Eris by Thalia Took

Here’s a great pen and ink with watercolor Eris by artist Thalia Took found in the A-Musing-ing Grace Gallery. You can find prints at deviantArt and greeting cards through Zazzle. Send us your Eris of the Month Club submissions (more … Continue reading

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Not Invited to Discordian Parties?

The Early Discordians enjoyed a damn good party, dating back of course to that earliest of them all, on Mount Olympus, where the whole ball (or the Original Snub produced The Golden Apple) first got rolling when Eris was not … Continue reading

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April Eris of the Month 2020 – Kerry Thornley’s Spare Change Eris

This month’s Eris was ripped (literally) from the pages of a Kerry Thornley zine published sometime in the 80s, I believe, called Spare Change. To add to the chaotic beauty of the composition, in the lower left hand corner, is … Continue reading

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R.I.P. John Prine

In memoriam to John Prine, who died of complications yesterday in Tennesse from Covid-19. The video/song below is ‘Jesus, The Missing Years’ which includes a ’23 skidoo’ Discordian tie-in. R.I.P.

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March 30: This Day in Discordian History

I recently stumbled upon this oddity in the Discordian Archives, an obscure publication called The National Informer dated March 30, 1969. And no, this wasn’t a Discordian gag as far as I can tell, but an actual magazine or newsletter … Continue reading

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