- From Latin discord (Wiktionary)
- Latin, from discordia, discord; see discord. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“This re-titled version of Principia Discordia is 140 x 165mm and comes in at 192 pages.”
“West toward the White Mountains, too - what was almost surely called the Discordia in a world not far from here-and along the Path of the Beam.”
“She has also finished her first novel, "Discordia," about an African-American female serial killer.”
“This is according to the Principia Discordia, a playfully satirical faux-religious text (or a work of guerrilla ontology, according to Robert Anton Wilson).”
“We also date our religion to 30,000 b.c.e. and the Venus of Willendorf, the Primal Stone Mother represented by Kali Ma or Discordia Nox.”
“Synopsis: Lance loves being a level 17 zombie sorcerer in the game Discordia more than being a teenager in real life.”
“Instead of being transported to the game, he gets dumped in the real Discordia.”
“This year, Ronin Press released a new edition of the Principia Discordia, changing the title to Discordia: Hail the Goddess of Chaos and Confusion, altering some of the text, and slapping a copyright on the work.”
“Publisher alters, then copyrights Principia Discordia”
“Principia Discordia, the sacred book for worshippers of Eris (goddess of chaos and entropy), which was featured prominently in Robert Anton Wilson and Robert Shea's Illuminatus!”
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A list of mythological gods that people have worshipped throughout history (includes primordial dieties).
They can be animate or inanimate (male or female). 3+ syllables
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