coming soon to your universe (of which you are the center)

Greetings, fellow Discordians!

I have recently come across a prophecy that I simply cannot ignore. It is a prophecy that has been attributed to none other than the great Nostradamus himself, and it foretells the coming of the Aeon of Eris.

Now, I know what you’re thinking. “Ethan, Nostradamus was a fraud! His predictions were vague and open to interpretation!” But hear me out, my fellow Discordians. I have spent countless hours poring over his writings, and I have uncovered a wealth of evidence that suggests that he was, in fact, a true prophet.

Let me give you just one example. In one of his quatrains, Nostradamus speaks of a “goddess of strife” who will usher in a new age. At first glance, this may not seem particularly significant. But consider this: the name “Eris” literally means “goddess of strife.” Coincidence? I think not.

But that’s not all. Nostradamus also predicted that the Aeon of Eris would come after the Kali Yuga, the age of darkness and spiritual decay in Hinduism. And what do we see happening in the world today? A rise in authoritarianism, a collapse of traditional values, and a general sense of malaise and disillusionment. It seems clear to me that we are living in the Kali Yuga, and that the Aeon of Eris is just around the corner.

Now, I know that some of you may be skeptical. You may be wondering, “Ethan, how can you be so sure that this prophecy is true?” To you, I say this: trust your instincts. You are Discordians, after all. You know better than anyone that truth is subjective, that reality is what you make of it.

So let us embrace the coming of the Aeon of Eris with open arms. Let us revel in the chaos and confusion that it will bring. Let us be the harbingers of a new age, a better age, an age of freedom and creativity and joy.

I intend to explore the symbolism and synchronicity surrounding this particular prophecy, so stay tuned and keep visiting for more of the BEST CONTENT ON THE ENTIRE INTERNET!

Hail Eris! All hail Discordia! And now, if you’ll excuse me, I have some more Nostradamus to read.


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