October 22nd, 2003
|01:22 pm - Discordian Names. . .|
Because I haven't given my full Discordian name (complete with honorifics and titles) here on LJ, I think it's about time that I do that.
If you happen to have a Discordian name, post it in the comments. If you don't make one up and post it there.
Pope Cockroach the Green, POEE, Devotee to St. Gulik, Emperor and Lord Protector of the Lands Between State Lines, Chairman of the Committee to Move Independence Day back to July 2, Keeper of Souls stolen by photographs, Chief Librarian of all libraries on the Moon, Second Assistant to the ResNet Goddess, Fifth Poet of the State of Chaos, Excommunicator of YOU, De-excommunicator of YOU, Preceptor of the Emperor's New Clothes Coven, Chief Hunter and Skinner of Fluffy Bunnies, Lounge Singer at the Hotel Nirvana, Game Warden for the Happy Hunting Grounds, and National Swashbuckler for the Nation of Djibouti.
That should make my entry involving the conversation with Eris make more sense. Or at least let you know who PCtG was.
If you need help (and believe me, you probably do if you're participating here), you can find a couple of Discordian name generators out there, like this one:
Discordians have a tradition of assuming HOLY NAMES. This is not unique with Erisianism, of course. I suppose that Pope Paul is the son of Mr. & Mrs. VI?
Current Mood: mischievous
Current Music: "Jolly Mon", -JB
|Date:||October 22nd, 2003 08:05 pm (UTC)|| |
Somewhat off topic
Looking for recommendations on reliable web resources for pantheon information. I envy your tangible connection to your patron deities and am ready to renounce my somewhat fluffy (and rather lazy) ways. Need to do some research to see what different deities are really about. Being stuck out here in the middle of nowhere, library research is not the best option. Any suggestions?
|Date:||October 22nd, 2003 09:06 pm (UTC)|| |
Re: Somewhat off topic
That depends. Any pantheon in particular you want to look into?
I could, of course, send you ADF's recommended reading list, since I happen to have it in hand. . .
Internet searching is dangerous. If I read the phrase (or variant thereof), "Esus is often seen with an axe for some reason", I'm gonna scream. Talk about a useless statement!
Give me an idea:
|Date:||October 22nd, 2003 09:13 pm (UTC)|| |
Re: Somewhat off topic
Hmm, sort of chinese menuing it but
gaul, ireland, wales, british would be a good start. I am certainly up for some reading, just not sure about my ability to purchase or borrow . . .