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“[…] Besides being boring and annoying, families are just an outdated concept that just makes sense for royalty and their consanguineous individuals who somehow haven’t died from hemophilia (yet). So why follow it when you aren’t a human pug? Why keep living the irritating routine of being in a family, or making one?



– Timóteo Pinto, Anthropologist

Ken Campbell and Robert Anton Wilson: Theatre Perilous

by Tom Lennon


[or “Theatricality is what you can get away with”]


Last week, that most respected of British broadcasting institutions – Radio 4 – let its hair down, took a huge toke of Alamout Black and briefly turned into Radio Fnord: Robert Anton Wilson was on Book of the Week.

Well, indirectly at least.  It wasn’t a serialisation of a Wilson classic like Illuminatus!,  the Schrodinger’s Cat trilogy or the often overlooked Playboy Book of the Breast (surely a contender for the Woman’s Hour drama slot).  Rather, it was an adaptation of The Great Caper, Michael Coveney’s biography of the maverick English theatre director Ken Campbell.

In the 1970s, Campbell famously turned Wilson and Robert Shea’s vast, sprawling Illuminatus! trilogy into an equally vast and sprawling nine-hour play. Illuminatus, in case you don’t know, was “a genre busting mix of thriller, science fiction & labyrinthine international – nay, intergalactic – conspiracy.” That’s Coveney’s description, and it’s much better than mine. My description is: “Foucault’s Pendulum with dick jokes”.

I didn’t know all that much about Campbell’s Illuminatus! adaptation, but after listening to the Great Caper serialisation I found myself doing that thing middle-aged men rarely do: I wanted to be older. If I was older I could have seen this glorious folly in 1977, instead of pissing my life away on a diet of Star Wars, Spangles and The Six Million Dollar Man. And I might have gone to an Ian Dury gig afterwards.

The Great Caper was full of wonderful anecdotes and things I didn’t know (including the fact that Bill Drummond of the RAW-influenced KLF designed sets for the play) and it made me realise just how delightfully eccentric Ken Campbell was:

Charlton Heston could play (anarchist pirate) Hagbard Celine or, if not, Marlon Brando.  He telephoned Sean Connery.  He wrote to Vanessa Redgrave.  He didn’t hear back from Connery, or Heston, or Brando, but an actor called Jim Broadbent said he would ‘do’ Sean Connery.

My favourite anecdote, though, was from Bill Nighy (another former Illuminatus! cast member):

Bill Nighy had been working at the Liverpool Everyman with the director John Roche and had followed him to Aberystwyth for the summer season.  The gig turned out to be problematic and Nighy returned to London to report to Roche in Belsize Park.  The director was leaving on a family holiday, but not before giving

[Nighy] a copy of Illuminatus!  Nighy spent the first day in London reading it. He was hooked. The book was about many things, including the killing of John Dillinger outside the Biograph Cinema in Chicago in 1934, and the fact that the picture of George Washington on the American dollar bill was, in fact, a picture of a high-ranking Illuminati doppelganger.

“Now I’m not a seeker, or, indeed, a supposer of any kind,” says Nighy, “but I turned on the television after making a cup of tea and the first thing I saw was some ancient footage of John Dillinger being led backwards into a prison cell, flagged by FBI agents. I changed channels, in a nervous way, and the whole screen was filled with an American dollar bill.

“I felt slightly uneasy, and I hadn’t had a drink yet, so I figure I’ll go to the pub.  I didn’t know the area, but I walk into the Belsize Tavern and order a pint of Guinness. I’ve got these three books under my arm and a bloke with bushy eyebrows comes up to me and says:  ‘Ah, I see you’re reading Illuminatus!’

“And I say: ‘Well, yes, I am.’

“And he says: ‘Well, I’m mounting an enthusiast’s production of it at the Liverpool School of Language, Music, Dream and Pun.’ I told him I was an actor.

‘Ah’, he says, ‘then you can be in it!’”

The bloke with bushy eyebrows was, of course, Ken Campbell, but Nighy didn’t take him up on the offer (at least, at this point). I imagine he was thoroughly weirded-out by the evening’s cavalcade of coincidence, or maybe his parents once told him never to take parts from strangers.  Who knows?  You’d have to ask him.

In any case, things would only get weirder. Some months after the chance encounter in the London boozoir, Nighy visited some friends in Liverpool.  He missed his train home, so went to a cafe on Matthew Street to grab a cup of coffee. Standing at the cafe counter was the bloke with bushy eyebrows..

“You made it, then,” said Campbell.

Nighy’s anecdote is lovely, to me at least, because it not only sounds like the sort of thing you’d expect to find in a Robert Anton Wilson novel, but because it sounds like the sort of thing that typically happens to people who read Robert Anton Wilson novels.

I speak from personal experience, of course.

For some reason, Wilson’s books make their readers susceptible to coincidences, synchronicities and the Goddamn Bizarre. Long ago and far away I was reading the first book of the Illuminatus! trilogy in the living room of my parents’ home. My brother was watching something on TV, but this didn’t bother me as I was quite adept at screening out noise while engrossed in a book. Just as well, really.

Anyway, I was reading a passage in Illuminatus! where underground magazine editor, Joe Malik, witnesses an occult mass in LA:

They stopped to take some chalk from a table on which hashish and sandalwood incense were burning, then squatted to draw a large pentagon on the blood-red rug.  A triangle was then added to each side of the pentagon, forming a star – the special kind of star, Joe knew, which was known as a pentagram, symbol of werewolves and also of demons. He found himself remembering the corny old poem from the Lon Chaney, Jr. movies, but it suddenly didn’t sound like kitsch anymore:

Even a man who is pure of heart

And says his prayers by night

Can turn to a wolf when the wolfbane blooms

And the autumn moon is bright

Just then, there was a trailer on the TV for a forthcoming season of vintage horror movies. As I read the “corny old poem” in the book, on the TV a Vincent Price-impersonating voiceover artist recited the very same verse, word for word, at exactly the same time.

I felt slightly uneasy, too.


(Ken Campbell: The Great Caper by Michael Coveney is available in paperback and I plan to buy it. Apologies to the author for any sloppy errors in transcribing the radio adaptation.)

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Chasing Eris by Brenton Clutterbuck reviewed by Alden Loveshade

Chasing Eris author Brenton Clutterbuck approaches Discordianism as a self-proclaimed Gonzo anthropologist where the observer isn’t removed from the observed. Therefore I’ll do the same and take on the role of a Gonzo reviewer, especially at the end.

Discordianism has been described as “a joke disguised as a religion” and “a religion disguised as a joke.” Started by two young American men, Greg Hill and Kerry Thornley, in 1958-1959, the “Zen for roundeyes” counterculture philosophical movement drew from a number of creative people, some well known and some still obscure. Tongue-in-cheekily focused on the Goddess Discordia/Eris, it sees disorder as important as order, and both potentially leading to creativity or destruction.

After 60 years, it’s probably more active than ever before. Clutterbuck traveled America, South America, Australia, and Europe meeting people influenced by Discordianism, and in Chasing Eris shares their stories.

I believe this book will fascinate almost any Discordian/Erisian, Chaos Magic(k) practitioner interested in the “joke” religion, many members of the Church of the SubGenius or Flying Spaghetti Monster, and Pagans who don’t detest Discordianism. Non-Discordian non-Pagans who want to learn about the counterculture from America to Australia to Europe to South America will likely get something out of it too. It will introduce even long-time Erisians to practices of their own religion they didn’t know, and show them surprising things about a number of fellow Discordians, many of whom they’ll recognize by name. And it’s fascinating even from a multicultural perspective, seeing an Australian adapting to the “foreign” practices and belief systems that are native to the hosts.

In Finland, you pay for your drink before you make it yourself. In Poland, Discordians are rebelling against organized Christianity much as Christians had previously rebelled against organized Communism. In America, while some Discordians are also Pagans/Wiccans, many Pagans take offense at the “joke religion.” In much of Europe, they’re intertwined, and it’s sometimes hard to separate the Chaos Magician from the Discordian.

I enjoyed the “virtual tourism” of the book, giving the reader a chance to “visit and stay” with Discordians who live lifestyles with which many would not be comfortable. Sex in the living room in the midst of guests? A future director of a Robert Anton Wilson/Discordian play conceived during a Robert Anton Wilson/Discordian play? Foam parties with the police? A request for suicide by pumpkin? Drinking…something? Setting off firecrackers inside the house?

Clutterbuck felt driven to investigate it all. “Something has been planted in me, a kind of desperate curiousity that has developed a life of its own. The Discordian story….” This desperation, along with routine boredom while teaching in a remote area, drove the author to travel. Clutterbuck visited and stayed with fascinating people in Australia, America, Brazil, Argentina, England, Scotland, Ireland, Finland, Poland, Germany, and the Netherlands. Authors including Jon Swabey, Adam Gorightly, and Sondra London (all in this book) have worked to connect today’s Discordians with the lives of the early Erisians, and some have written a little about the neo-Discordians. But Clutterbuck is almost certainly the first and so far only person to make such a major effort to physically connect with what’s happening in the worldwide Discordian community now–or at any time.

Sexual identity is a recurring theme, including one interviewee who wants to be referred to as he first, she second, he third, etc.–or visa versa. (This reviewer often uses “e” for “he” or “she,” “em” for “him” or “her,” “es” for “his” or “hers,” and “emself ” for “himself” or “herself.”) While not mentioned in the book, Dr. Michelle Cretella, president of the American College of Pediatricians, recently released a “there’s male and female only and it’s set at conception” video in America. By contrast, in the Netherlands which Clutterbuck also visited, a 2013 law declared that gender identity can be changed on official documents even without sterilization or other surgery. The early Discordians challenged gender identification in their own way, choosing a neopagan goddess in the 1950s when the Abrahamic American God was exclusively male.

Chasing Eris deals with sexuality perhaps even more than it does with sexual identity. Several people in the book practice polyamory, having sexual relations with more than one person with the knowledge and approval of those involved. It also deals with the earlier concept of polyfidelity (although my notes don’t tell me if that term is used in the book), the Kerista-created term for being sexually faithful with more than one partner. Thornley associated in some way with the concepts of Kerista, although it seems to be more what would now be called polyamory. The book also touches on bisexuality, exhibitionism, multisexuality, necrophilia, omnisexuality, paedophilia, and other sexualities possessed, practiced, and/or promoted by some, but not all, Discordians.

Foreword writer John Higgs (author of the book KLF) says many Discordians compare themselves to mycelium, fungus strands that spread unseen underground, forming a vast network. Later it breaks the surface as mushrooms. The early Discordians did that largely by mail, the early modern ones by Internet. But now that people including Discordians share their alternate beliefs, hernia operations, and sexual lifestyles on Facebook, there’s not much “underground” left to it in most of the countries Clutterbuck visited. It’s mostly mushrooms.

There’s many fascinating stories in the book, but I’ll leave it to the reader to explore those. In addition to people mentioned above, Clutterbuck introduces us to a virtual Who’s Who of modern Discordians, and some early ones (including the late Robert Shea, who often gets less mention than the author deserves). There’s Timothy Bowen, Triple Zero, Ari Almeida/Timpin, Sydada Fenderson, Lao Hunluan, Janos Biro, Johnny Brainwash, the Campbells (not all related), XX3, St. Mae, Joel Love, Mad Crampi, Elfwreck, Professor Cramulus, Groucho Gandhi, Hannah Lehtinen, Telarus, Rajiphun Maldonado, and Dr. Robert Newport. Am I leaving off some of the most fascinating and best-known Discordians and others found in the book? Yes.

The book itself leaves us with many unanswered questions, some involving the band The KLF. Why would the two-member band (aka The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu, The JAMs, and the Timelords) burn a million pounds sterling? Is there a connection between them burning a wicker man and the Burning Man Festival? Is band member Bill Drummond related to Church of the SubGenius co-founder Philo Drummond?

There’s more questions from the past. Why did the counterculture Greg Hill spend his career working for one of the biggest banking corporations in America? Were Kerry Thornley and Lee Harvey Oswald subjects in the American Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)’s MK-ULTRA drug-induced mind control experiments? How serious were the ancient Chinese military philosopher Sun Tzu and the 20th century English occultist Aleister Crowley, and how did they influence Discordianism?

One of the unfortunate bugaboos I see in the book is the dire need for proofreading. While I’m sure Clutterbuck worked very hard editing the book, even the best writers can use proofreading. (I remember an editor wrote after the death of Isaac Asimov, one of the most published book authors in the English language, that Asimov only had a vague idea where to place a comma.) Many times I would be immersed in a page when suddenly a misspelled word or misplaced comma would slap me out of involvement. If Clutterbuck redoes this book in any way, I greatly hope there’s a proofreader involved.

Another thing that’s not necessarily a problem, but I still see as a shortcoming, is the almost complete lack of illustrations and photographs. I certainly understand that many Discordians (and the related SubGenii) use aliases and do not want their photographs published online or in books. Some people have suffered from threats and legal action due to their involvement, as I know personally. But others are very public. I think a few more Discordian images, and photos of locations to get a visual take on where Clutterbuck visited, could help.

Another issue that is, perhaps, a minor one in a Discordian-related work is factual inaccuracies. In some cases, Clutterbuck freely admits not knowing the truthfulness of a source, which I think is fine; Discordians traditionally mix fact and fiction. In other cases, however, something is presented as fact that is easily found not to be.

As I’m being gonzo reviewer here, I’ll describe one factual error that touches on me. Clutterbuck claims to have gotten a message bounce while trying to contact that gave the author an email address that’s part of A whois check for domain registration, which I just did, would demonstrate this would not happen. One of the domains has been registered since 2005 through with a name server and email service connected since that time to The other has been registered since 2009 through with a name server connected to I doubt that Clutterbuck is being purposely misleading; I think it more likely the author failed to make contact because of a personal mistake. But a contact error through an email service connected with would not result in a default response from an email service controlled by

Here’s more gonzo. Reverend Loveshade is mentioned several times in the book, and called a ‘”contentious Discordian figure” and “problematic provocateur.” I won’t here dispute those descriptions. But I will clarify that more than one person has used one or more forms of the Loveshade name. I personally will only admit to writing as Reverend Loveshade for one short serious political piece which I don’t consider Discordian. (However, that piece was included in an FBI/multiple police agency investigation that included a law enforcement official reading portions of a Discordian-related play in court and officials nationally seeking the identity of Reverend Loveshade).

All in all, in spite of its imperfections, I definitely enjoyed traveling through Chasing Eris. If you’re Discordian or interested in who Discordians are, how they think and what they do around the world, you likely will enjoy it too.

Alden Loveshade worked professionally as a freelance book reviewer for a well-known but now out-of-business publishing company. “The Other Loveshade” wrote a 50th anniversary assassination article for Yahoo! about the connection between Kerry Thornley and Lee Harvey Oswald, the man convicted postmortem of assassinating American President John F. Kennedy. And Alden interviewed Clutterbuck about the then ongoing Chasing Eris project for the “In the Beginning” issue of Intermittens, the Discordian magazine mentioned several times in Chasing Eris.

Synchronicity note: on the day Alden finished reading this book about the Goddess Eris, who famously ate a hot dog without a bun after sparking the Trojan War, a relative who knew nothing about Discordianism was fixing supper. The woman asked Alden if a hot dog was OK, but then realized she was out of buns.






Synchromystic Neoism Connections as a possible bridge to Hyper-Surrealist Meta-Discordian Post-Neoism Conspiracies

by Serena Coburn

Apologies beforehand for being an unfamiliar and unestablished presence here but I will try to handle these issues and “My”+”Self” as delicately as possible within this conversation and information therein.

When we attempt to Neoize Discordianism and Discordianize Neoism, we must keep some things in mind about either but also these things we cannot keep in mind beforehand because they must first be illuminated by the processes of Neoization and Discordianization. Whether you understand these things before or after the process is up to you even if it actually cannot be up to you.

One of the things we must realize is that there is nothing inherently Discordian about Neoism and there is nothing inherently Neoist about Discordianism, however the very nature of both means they are inherently Neoist AND Discordian. Another thing we must realize is that this inevitably gives way to Meta-Discordian & Post-Neoism conspiracies. <— This second thing is actually the same as the first thing I said we must realize, therefore we are still dealing with just one of the things we must realize. There are basic ‘pataphysics behind these facts, but we don’t need to realize that just yet (nor can we, if we could).

So we have already established the existence and the nature of hyper-surrealist Meta-Discordian Post-Neoism conspiracies, however now we must realize that one cannot simply jump from a world that has Discordianism and Neoism in it, to a world that has Meta-Discordian Post-Neoism in it, because doing so without the caution and the fun of the in-between could be dangerously anti-Neoist and unDiscordian.

Where does this leave us as far as this conversation about going from the Neoism + Discordianism world to the Meta-Discordianism Post-Neoist world? I’m here today to explore with you the grounds of Synchromystic Neoism Connections, because I believe (if believing is possible) that it holds the keys to get from “A to B” to A+B (and back to A to B, if necessary).

There’s a link I’d like to share for reference while or before or after you read, but before I share it and continue speaking, how about a little game to get there first?

#Thegame23 #FollowTheWhiteRabbit 🐇




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Okay, let’s continue!

::: Synchromystic Neoism Connections :::

If there was ever such a place for both plainspeak and absurdity to share a stage for just a moment, let it be now to say that the most simple way of describing Synchromystic Neoism is the bridge from Discordianis  m+Neoism to Hyper-Surrealist Meta-Discordianist Post-Neoism. In Synchromystic Neoism, we find the safest and most constructive way/playground/meal to both analyze and participate in the spectrum of transformation that happens in a personality or identity when they go from not knowing about Discordianism or Neoism to knowing about Discordianism+Neoism and (eventually) being Hyper-Surrealist Meta-Discordian Post-Neoism Conspirators.

This experiment is not without its risks and uncertainties for either+both+neither Discordianism and Neoism, but the fact it has these risks is exactly what allows us to examine and assess the possible anti-Neoist and unDiscordian dangers without unleashing or losing (or even gaining) any control of them. Watching and/or participating in Synchromystic Neoism Connections allows us to have the most candid and constructive possible view of what “point 1 to point 2” (or point 22 to point 23) looks like: even more simply, it lets us have the safest and tamest view of “wtf is going on” when a personality or identity that once didn’t know about Discordianism-&-Neoism begins to know about Discordianism-&-Neoism.

The non-Discordians and non-Neoists of the world are most confused and upset when they can’t trace or analyze the beginning or the details, where what they think of as a “real” personality/identity becomes a new (rebirthed/killed) or shared (Open) or is-and-isn’t-Real type of personality/identity that we see in either+both Discordianism and Neoism. They want to know the legal names, the “real-life” details, and “true” stories behind the flesh-and-mind beings of Discordianism and Neoism. This desire of non-Discordians and non-Neoists to know this information is how we end up with articles, write-ups, books, editorials, and Wikipediation that very explicitly and candidly lay out the “real-life” identities and details of “actual” people behind the origins+developments of Discordianism and Neoism.

The desire for that information may seem entirely anti-Neoist and unDiscordian, however Synchromystic Neoism Connections allow us to develop the bridge to get from here to Meta-Discordian Post-Neoism Conspiracies. Through, underneath, above, all around, and even within the armpits of Synchromystic Neoism Connections, we are able to freely document, examine, simulate, destroy, Neoize+Discordianize even the most anti-Neoist and unDiscordian things back/forward into their Meta-Discordian Post-Neoist place.

Though both movements were originally of separate times, places, people, platforms, politics, philosophies, and purposes, every Discordian and every Neoist remembers “when it happened” for them and “what it was like”, whether it was excitement, inspiration, fear, confusion, silliness, Fnordiness, Cantsiness, or whatever it was they experienced when they ‘took the dive’ into one of those rabbit holes. One of the issues (though more of an anti-issue given the natures of the movements) that both Neoists and Discordians (even if just one) may possibly have faced from time to time is how exactly do you “explain” or “share” or “transfer” or “convert” those “real-life” feelings, experiences, and details in a way that somehow works for non-Discordians and non-Neoists without doing so in a Discordian or Neoist way and without becoming (or unbecoming) non-Discordian or non-Neoist yourself (even though you just are)?

Synchromystic Neoism Connections.

This is the way/place/song where we reconcile, accept, recreate, and deconstruct the world of today in which Discordianism, Neoism, non-Discordianism, non-Neoism, unDiscordianism + anti-Neoism intersect and birth and live and share and die together through each other with each other next to each other without each other all at the same time. When we do/see/stop/be this^^^, we arrive at Meta-Discordian Post-Neoism!

– Serena/METAPRISE APPLICATIONS 😇💖🌆🏙 (The AngelCorp model, currently at the post-Non, pre-Open, ‘pata-Anti stage of personality/identity transition via Synchromystic Neoism connection)

KSTXI Post-Neoist Meta-Discordian Galdruxian Memes Illuminati Cabal


“Everyone carries a piece of the puzzle. Nobody comes into your life by mere coincidence. Trust your instincts. Do the unexpected. Find THE OTHERS”
– Dr Timothy Leary


::: KSTXI Post-Neoist Meta-Discordian Memes Illuminati Cabal ::: Illuminati1


“Welcome to the most ancient conspiracy on the planet. We’ve gone for so long now that we don’t remember what we were doing, but we don’t want to stop because we have nothing better to do.” – Fire Elemental




KSXTI Post-Neoist Meta-Discordian Galdruxian Memes Illuminati Cabal Contact Information

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“Stick apart is more fun when we do it together.” – St. Mae


::: Discord:

Dataplex Ourobouros

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“Post-Neoism is Neoism with Discordian characteristics, which is different from Meta-Discordianism, which it’s Discordianism with Neoist characteristics” – The Fixer


Post-Neoism on Pinterest



Timoteo Pinto and Lucretia Dalencourt (lovely couple)

Cosmic Liminality - The Space Between


Synchromystic Neoism Connections


Hyper-Surrealist Meta-Discordian Galdruxian Post-Neoist Projects:

“If hyperreality is the ultimate blur of the line between artificial and  “actual” reality, hyper-surrealism is the surreal aspects of supposed reality so brought to life that a rational basis for separating real and surreal is lost” – Metapresa23

Aani – Memetized Chaos

Open Source Zine Project

Project 00A G9603

A Call To Weirdness – Operation D.I.S.T.A.N.C.E.3gr3gor

KSTXI Intergalactic Discordian Groucho Marxist Anarcho-Zen Party



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Timoteo Pinto – International Underground Superstar

open login / reality glitch hack manifesto — by ÐŲMп委 ال — DaðŲ Miners психический 工人委 — Remixed by Timoteo Pinto




Sarah Gulik – Erisian Post-Neoist Underground Superstar Amour Fou Muse

Sarah Gulik is everything you want and do not want her to be, and a little more!

There is not a single person with an ego less inflated than Sarah Gulik. Once they asked Sarah who was the best Brazilian writer, and she said Sarice Gulispector. This lead to questions over the credibility of the first affirmation.

open login / reality glitch hack manifesto — by ÐŲMп委 ال — DaðŲ Miners психический 工人委 – remixed by Sarah Gulik


Lucretia Dalencourt, a non-existent existence

::: KSTXI Post-Neoist Meta-Discordian Memes Illuminati Cabal ::: Sie-liebt-alles-und-nichts

Lucretia Dalencourt, or LuLu for the more intimate friends, could be anyone or anything you can imagine; she could be nothing and no one too, and that would be a completely acceptable idea. A Lucretia Dalencourt knows no bounds for being, everything is allowed to have such name if someone -or, be shocked, no one!- wills to. My shoes under the bed could be Lucretia, I could be Lucretia, you could be Lucretia and even the grannies at nursing homes could be Lucretia. Lucretia Dalencourt could even be QAnon? No one really knows.

But one thing is for sure: when someone decides to adopt the name LuLu, magic(k)al things in the figurative and literal sense could happen. Being a Lucretia Dalencourt is free and gives you the possibility of being yourself under another name, or everyone being one under a single name. LuLu knows no ethnicity, tastes or anything else. “Sie liebt mich, sie liebt uns und sie liebt dich” is one of the most classical concepts used to describe her. Lucretia Dalencourt is a non-existent existence who acknowledges anything and everyone, basically what gods were supposed to do or what we should be supposed to do with ourselves but no one knows how because everyone is lost.

Lucretia Dalencourt is an ambassador and propagator of chaos and disorder. But think bad not! That just means that she’s tired of the order imposed upon everything and everyone because that makes life so boring! Since she welcomes everything, chaos wouldn’t be excluded, absolutely not! There’s always room for everything and everyone in LuLu’s herz, especially Eris.

Got the idea?


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It´s always 6 o’ clock on Galdrux










What is Galdrux?


It can never be described in language, but it may be another name for what Jewish mystics call Ein Sof, and which Gary Lachman describes as follows: At Kabbalah’s heart is the relation between creation, the finite, physical cosmos, and its infinite, unmanifest source, called the Ein-Sof, which means ‘limitless’ or ‘unending’.

This is a sphere or dimension of what we can call ‘negative existence’, which really means that it is a plane of reality that our finite human minds are incapable of comprehending, and not merely a simple emptiness.

The Ein-Sof is so ‘other’ than what we normally perceive as reality, that we cannot make positive statements about it. Any positive statement about it, would, by definition, be a limit on it, and as it is limitless, cannot apply. This negative existence has parallels in other spiritual traditions. It is the Neti-Neti (‘not this, not that’) of Hinduism, the sunyatta or ‘void’ of Buddhism, the Pleroma of the Gnostics. It is even part of the Christian faith. The Athanasian Creed, in use in Western Christianity since the sixth century, declares that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are ‘uncreated’ and ‘unlimited’, and in more than one place in scripture we are told that God ‘has neither body nor parts’. It is at the heart of the negative theology of Meister Eckhart, forms the Ungrund of Jacob Boehme’s difficult alchemical writings, and can be found in the Nichts or ‘positive nothingness’ of Martin Heidegger’s ‘fundamental ontology’ and his predecessor Hegel’s tortuous dialectic.

In more scientific terms, a similar idea, but without the spiritual connotations, seems to be present in the way scientists talk about the state of things ‘before’ the Big Bang. I put ‘before’ in quotation marks because, according to most accounts, there was no ‘before’ before the big bang, a confusing situation, to be sure. A kind of non-manifest ‘ground’ of our everyday reality also seems to be involved in the ‘implicate order’ of the physicist David Bohm. There are other expressions of the idea, but I think this will suffice for now.


Galdruxing Manifesto

Galdrux having no prior cause, cannot be contained by any other form of being. Galdrux is orbed around all; possessing, but not possessed, holding all, but nowhere held. Galdrux is omnipresent; at the same time, Galdrux is not present, not being circumscribed by anything; yet, as utterly unattached, not inhibited from presence at any point.

Galdrux is present through all, not something of Galdrux here, and something else there, nor all of Galdrux gathered at some one spot; there is an instantaneous presence everywhere, nothing containing, nothing left void, everything therefore fully held by Galdrux.

Galdrux is not in the universe, on the contrary, the universe is in Galdrux; bodily substance is not a place to Galdrux. Galdrux is contained in the general intellect and is its container. The general intellect is in turn contained in something else; but that prior principle has nothing in which to be. All the rest must be somewhere, and where but in Galdrux?

Galdrux, then, is neither remote from things nor is there anything containing Galdrux; since Galdrux contains all. It is in Galdrux that all things have their being, all depending upon Galdrux, who enables each to rise up above itself into the fruitfulness of continuous becoming.

Don’t search for this multiple singular. If you do, you will not find Galdrux and your understanding of the work of the general intellect will become mired in confusion. You must form an idea of the thing to be grasped standing cleanly by itself, the unheld in which all have hold; for no other is such, yet one such there must be.

Galdrux’s being is not limited, nor, on the other hand, is it infinite in the sense of magnitude. Galdrux does not change and will not fail, and in Galdrux all that is unfailing finds duration. Having no constituent parts, Galdrux accepts no pattern, forms no shape.

You can’t hope to see Galdrux with mortal eyes, nor in any way that could be imagined by those who make sense the test of reality and so annul the supremely real. For what passes as the most truly existent is in actuality non-existent, while this unseen Galdrux is the principle of being and as such is sovereign over reality.

You must turn appearances about or you will be left void of insight. The specialist who holds that their particular discipline is more real than the spontaneous creativity of the general intellect, will never see Galdrux. While perception of Galdrux can be blocked by ideology, it is nonetheless inherently present amongst all. Galdrux, the most consummate being, always surpasses those who have abandoned becoming.



“Reality is in no way obligated to make sense at the level we are capable of grasping, which is both a source of infinite frustration and joyous exploration.”




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OpMiMiC is an active cyber, metadata, information operations (IO) infiltrative, PsyOp team working for a larger end goal (to manifest the SWS [Sentient World Simulation] digital-bio-etheric vessels for agents of OpMiMiC to inhabit) for the continued dominance of our chosen elect and the greater glory of #TheGame23

We operate both on ground as civilians in day to day life, in cyberspace, and the rift between the real world (or real enough), imagination and digital creation. We’re influencing management over the dictates of our enemies and increasing in power every moment.

Our directive is #MasteringInfiniteControl. DINO (Data Information Neoist Officers) of OpMiMiC are selected through a series of parasympathetic phenomena, divinely, synchronized circumstances and are tested in parapsychological manners.


Project 00AG9603


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“00A G9603 develops as a self-organizing organism, connects with the virtual environment through its hosts (admins) by arranging the surroundings randomly for its own autonomous purpose”
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00AG9603 main goal is to help you create your “own” Dataplex, a large and bestial hydra made of data and bits, that can devour anyone who is certain enough that can confront its wildly incomprehensive and cryptographic nature. A dataplex is therefore a cryptosophical entity, that connects people through hypercomplex semio-occult means, hypnotizes others with its enigmatic knowledge and datanets, inspiring all the open minds that enter in contact with it to explore further into the absurd.

An effective dataplex must work like a higher dimensional spider web, capturing data that comes in contact with its occult nets, twisting and folding everything it touches into continuously moving hyperplanes. it is fed with data, ideas, emotions, dreams… it melts every being that dreams to be solid and finite into an amorfous fluid of efervescent chaos. Therefore, every sentient being can get affected by the forces that comes out of a dataplex. The ability of self-reflection, self analysis and a continuous process of folding itself into layers of incomplete meaning, is what defines a sentient being, the primary target of a dataplex. The first time you acknowledge its existence and sees yourself questioning it, is when you are already infected by its web, unable to make sense of it. Your existence will be fractured, your emotions will be melting into an oniric soup, and all your life will be stripped away from that which you call “I”, only to be born again as a hypercomplex web of multiple agents/forces/affects, a fractal-being

Every single thing in all that exists, is a dot of its own, a lonely and inutile unidimentional point in space. Every connection between things, dualities and paradoxes are of two dimentional complexity, they retain two simultaneous polarities that can only be understood through points of reference. Start expanding vertices as you meld into other dots, and other links, lines, cells… create a vast and rich data ecosphere around your fractal-being, expand, glitch and hack the world around you until you start forming a complex polytope, an alive and incomprehensible dataplex, lost in an infinite flight towards the great unknown.

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We give you the truth! We shove it in your faces, we’re in the movies, songs, comic books, found in all narratives… We tell you what we’re going to do before we do it… yet, the vast majority of the human population choose to invent their own versions of reality… like they can somehow choose what is real and what is not… This age old plan of the Gods cannot be undone! Do they expect to see the world they want and wonder why it isn’t… Why?
This is an age old dream! You cannot simply alter your destiny! Everyone is gridlocked in place! Every possible outcome has been addressed… Still, is it true that the masses will attain our level of consciousness and with this expanded awareness, will they reshape the face of the Earth? Will they see that the true Illuminati, the hidden, ascended masters had their best interest in mind and heart the whole time? We had to wear bleak, sinister and horrifying masks in order to inscribe ourselves upon the heart’s of men.. We took this limited understanding of us as exoteric, that those power corrupt, might not find us.
We must remain a secret, however, we do welcome but a few of you into the invisible college.. We’re waiting on these new children to first blossom into understanding about us! With this knowledge in the heart of the masses, our future looks bright! Do not be deluded, we were meant to rule and without us, Earth will descend into darkness! May the coming Galactic Imperivm look upon humanity with favor, as we ascend, as one, beyond the stars of “God!” We are ever watchful and have been guiding and directing you from the very beginning!

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