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Principia Discussion / Re: Local 73rd Hermits Cabal
January 26, 2023, 09:07:44 AM
An interpretation of Sri Syadastis name, in reference to written scripts.

"true in some sense" are glyphs currently in everyday use by modern languages.  Latin, Arabic, Cyrillic, Georgian, etc.

"false in some sense" are language glyphs that are fictional or numerical or corporate symbols.   Daedric

"meaningless in some sense" means scripts that are ancient or religious.  Cuneiform  Sanskrit

Examples of "true and false and meaningless" would be Hebrew or Armenian.  Ancient religious use, numerical side funtion, and everyday spoken language use.
Example of "false and meaningless" would be Mayan numerals, because ancient and numbers.
"true and meaningless" would be Chinese, because everyday use and ancient.
"true and false", would be Klingon, when people actually use it.   I support Otherkin.

I think people of chaos religions should collect language scripts in a notebook.  Memorize a few, use them together and wrongly, etc.
The combination of everyday use, fictional things, and ancient ghosts.

Principia Discussion / Re: Local 73rd Hermits Cabal
January 25, 2023, 06:42:31 AM
Epithets of Eris.  An epithet is a second name used as a descriptor.  This is very useful for occult purposes, and are easy to remember.  I think Discordian epithets should be in English instead of Greek.  Other religions use epithets, Vishnu has 1000 names, Muslims use 99 names.  I don't think Eris should be limited to 23 names, even though that would make sense.

some names i use:

Eris Discordia
Eris the Archon of Eryx
Eris of Order and Chaos
Eris the Hippie
Eris of the Tin-Foil Hat
Eris the Arms Dealer
Eris Antilogia
Eris Order Discorder
Eris the Goddess of Confusion
Eris of the Aftermath
Eris Antares
Eris of the Produce Aisle
Eris and/or Ares
Eris of DIY Religion
Eris of Ancient War Gods Aftermath

Principia Discussion / Re: Local 73rd Hermits Cabal
January 25, 2023, 06:28:59 AM
The holiday Dodecahedron Conceptivae.   This is a moving holiday to determine the names of the hours.  The idea of lazy magical hours is from grimoires Ars Paulina and Greater Key of Solomon, and also rumors of Saudi Arabian everyday life.

Roll 12-sided dice to choose day from 73-day season.  Numericize season as follows: 12 12 12 1 12 12 12
Disregard day 37.  Roll for 6, to choose set of 12.   Then roll for 2 to determine forward or backwards.  Then roll for 12.

The days have six hours.  These are each 4 normal people hours.  Hour 1 is 6am-10am, Hour 2 is 10am-2pm, Hour 3 is 2pm-6pm, Hour 4 is 6pm-10pm, Hour 5 is 10pm-2am, Hour 6 is 2am-6am.   The day begins at 6am because the sun rises around then.

At the beginning of each season, roll to determine the day of Dodecahedron Conceptivae.  Rename the hours each Dodecahedron Conceptivae.

With time deemphasize one of the hours to be just a number, and emphasize the most remembered hour with too many adjectives.  These are customized magical hours determines by the enduser.  They can be quoted when afraid or to make people laugh.  I like to name hours after intoxicants, after enemies, and after obscure occult spirit names. 

examples of too many adjectives:  "the hour of the fucking ripped chili cheese dog"
"the hour of the hovering uplifting and slowly rotating diced onion cube belt"

also "the hour of heroin", "the hour of tequila", etc
Principia Discussion / Re: Local 73rd Hermits Cabal
January 25, 2023, 05:41:52 AM
Use of the 12-sided dice for divination and numerical randomness.  Ancient Pythagoras worshipped the 12-sided dice, called the Dodecahedron.  The Principia says Pythagoras is Archangle Pythagoras.  This implys Arcangle Pythagoras as an Order entity, and really Discordianism seems to have a sympathy for drug mathematicians.   

The Dodecahedron is useful to obtain 2, 3, 4, 6, 12.  Used alongside simply choosing something from a group, the default "whatever the dice says" is similar to "whatever the establishment says".  The binary of 2 can be used to determine forward or backwards, and from top or from bottom of lists.  In numbers like 10, the extra two become reroll or simply choose something.  When a person simply choses a thing, they are always biased, though the outcome is more pleasant.  Dice rolling produces unwanted outcomes.  This is useful for artistry, to makes choices without conscious control.

Principia Discussion / Re: Local 73rd Hermits Cabal
January 24, 2023, 07:02:13 AM
From Agrippa talking about ancient Rome, three types of holidays:  Stativae, Conceptivae, Imperitivae

Stativae are holidays fixed at a certain date every time, the 5th, the 50th.   Holidays on the same day every year are Stativae.  These become boring in time, and removed and new ones created.

Conceptivae are moving holidays, for example Christian Easter was a Conceptivae.  Moving holidays connect easily to chaos.  Moving holidays can be determined with dice, divination tools, "second monday of the month", etc.

Imperitivae were holidays declared by the Emperor, suddenly and possibly one-time only.  Within this side-path, declare Imperitivae holidays for sudden seemingly impoertant reasons.  For example, I declare Year 23 Imperitivae, from new years 2023 until new years 2024. 

This connects to astrology.  Stativae are Fixed Stars, Conceptivae are Planets, Imperitivae are Comets.   
Also the Zodiac.  Conceptivae are Mutable, Stativae are Fixed, Imperitivae are Cardinal. 

Use of these ancient style holidays within the 73 day Order pattern is intended to create an easy sense of changable control for the solitary enduser.
Principia Discussion / Re: Local 73rd Hermits Cabal
January 24, 2023, 06:34:22 AM
This side path is entirely about the 73 day seasons.  Instead of looking at seasons as seasons, view seasons more like years with repeating holidays.  The enduser creates holidays that repeat in a much easier time frame than 365.  This develops into a time magic that is sort of like astrological magic, except within a 73 day loop. 

Design the holidays to be something changing every season, for a sense of non-permenance , for a sense of changeableness.  The enduser creating the details of holidays, looping, and linked to specific homemade rituals, the details of which change every season.
Principia Discussion / Local 73rd Hermits Cabal
January 24, 2023, 06:23:37 AM
Year 23 Imperitivae

A few years back I wanted (and failed) to write a grimoire with Discordian ideas.  This developed into a side path , so I categorize it as a Cabal.  Here I will lay this egg (thinking of the arcade game Joust).  It is meant for people who like Discordianism and grimoiric magick, but are kind of bored with the Principia after a while, and don't actually like that traditional grimoires are always Christian and Jewish.  So this thread will detail some of my ideas.
Principia Discussion / Re: Hi
January 24, 2023, 06:13:13 AM
Hi.  I never posted on this forum before.  I have been a solitary Discordian for most of my life.  I chose to take the Principia Discordia as literal Erisian divine inspiration possessing some hippies, and also chose to read into it too much, inspired by how Kabala reads into the Torah to derive obviously wrong interpretations.  The Principia actually is much better for this because "everything is true in some sense".

Also swarms of Christians stalk me everywhere, slandering me and trying to intimidate me to convert by the sword.

So I shall post a thread detailing my solitary path, and thus i will have laid an egg.  Then maybe I'll leave or something because I hate people.

This is Year 23.  Tonight is the 23rd night.   Even though Year 23 is from 2000 and not 1957, I think Discordianism should have more calanders to compete with the Mayans.   Or maybe 23-year oops repeating Year 23.