"My name is Nergal and I am an artist from Poland. For over a decade I have been confronted with numerous attempts to permanently destroy my career on the basis that I have harmed 'religious feelings'. It sounds absurd and I can assure you, it is. [...] Their intent is to censor anyone who does not conform to the archaic religious laws of our country. The time has come for Polish artists to fight back - join us in the Ordo Blasfemia."


The SubGenius race has existed longer than the human race, even though at times we have had to hide our true nature.

My wife is fighting breast cancer so i had to do something.
I'm a musician here in New Zealand so I'm really happy to announce the release of my latest music offering, a 4 track EP entitled 'A Taste of Home'. This is free to download, all I ask is that you donate whatever you can to the Breast Cancer Foundation of NZ.
Head on over to


for everything you need to know, feel free to share this with family and friends and I hope you enjoy the music

Version 2. I moved the dime . To me, the art looks more balanced that way. <shrugs>

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"Since we have given away our souls and are waiting for the death of our bodies we spend our time doing, essentially, crossword puzzles. We've replaced depth with complexity."

Something I heard today that has stuck with me


Three leaflets per one printed sheet. The black tick-marks are the cut lines. This is set up for US letter-size paper (8.5" x 11"). Those using other standards will have to enlarge / reduce / distort the art or, better yet, just use it as inspiration to create your very own leaflets.

If, however, these are good enough for you, do feel free to download, print and distribute as many as you can. All rights reversed (K).


" “I'm writing a book on magic”, I explain, and I'm asked, “Real magic?” By real magic people mean miracles, thaumaturgical acts, and supernatural powers. ... Real magic, in other words, refers to the magic that is not real, while the magic that is real, that can actually be done, is not real magic.” " - Professor Lee Siegel

On the theory that even a blind pig finds an acorn once in a while, just every so often I manage to write something good. I was just asked what I thought the most important innovation in my lifetime was. My reply:

The internet. Hands down. It is a perfect mirror of the human species; it is good, it is bad, it is boring, it is entertaining, it is funny, it is horrifying. It is very nearly quantum in its ability to be whatever the observer wants it to be.

@Sklingklorp until then just give out subgenius pamphlets to bored apathetic looking costco employees, within them lies the spark of a future world leader

Every time I see that horrible GrubHub commercial with animated dancing people, I think of the poor animators that got laid off by major studios and are probably barely scraping by, who now have to make this garbage to survive.

Commercials like that are where animation dreams go to die.

"Consider the fact attention getting, easily digested images and phrases distract one from the fact that this horror show of domination is precisely held together by such entertaining, easily digested images and phrases." -Minty

@amiloradovsky @cypnk the way it was explained to me by a guy who specialised in climate simulations: on a planet scale you should mentally translate “heat” to “energy”, and that the result of putting energy into the atmosphere is not warmer weather, it’s wilder weather.

Learning that people suffering from the storm and blackout in Texas were using the guide in our book Recipes for Disaster to build a rocketstove with which to heat food and water, we've put the directions online here in their entirety:


Please circulate.

I wonder if some don't really want to pray. Maybe they just want to howl and hear other's howls.

@herag Hmm, I dunno. I think if someone accidentally buys a CotSG membership for "Bob", it'll open a wormhole or destroy the universe or something like that.

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