Goddess Eris is at it again

Our Lady of Eternal Chaos by Candy Palmer

That Goddess Eris is at it again — what with her jutting breasts, tattoos and notorious apple for the fairest. The first recent incident in this regard — alerting me to the reality that Eris is getting frisky again — were those naughty Nigerian terrorist antics associated with Flight 253, which of course corresponds with the Discordian Law of Fives, as well as historic tragedies connected to the ubiquitous Number 23, which have been well documented by the likes of William S. Burroughs and Robert Anton Wilson. There were two separate incidents connected to Flight 253 (2 + 5 + 3 = 10 divided by 2 (incidents) = 5.) Hail Eris!

Next up on the Erisian hit parade was a report that “Bombs kill 23 in Iraq’s western Anbar province”, which can be found here:


Lastly, but not leastly, I heard about this crazy thing called the Droid Eris, which you can read about here:


Droid Eris is the new android phone, whatever that is — I’m not exactly sure, though I understand it’s very hip and with it and state of the art, I guess, and all that crap, and will probably do a lot of cool Erisian stuff, but keep in mind that when it comes to cell phones, smart phones, palm pals and things of that nature, I don’t know shit from shinola and also sincerely hate cell phones which I’m sure Goddess Eris loves as they create so much havoc with people texting while driving on the American motorways of madness…

Hail Eris! (You know the drill.)

~ by gorightly on December 31, 2009.

6 Responses to “Goddess Eris is at it again”

  1. Nice drawing. I a newbie to all this, but i do see these synchs in the news and my personal life, not sure what to do about.

  2. Hail Eris!

  3. Adam… Did you count up the letters in the name of the suspected “bomber” from flight 253? Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab? Give it a try… 😉

  4. I did count those up. I am in love with Eris!

  5. Eris is the Greek goddess of strife, Eris translated into Latin is Discordia. Eris is the deity of the Discordian religion, which was begun in the 1950s by Greg Hill and Kerry Thornley.

  6. wtf?

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