Discordianism has already become ‘historically important’, because of its impact on major geopolitical events.
As pope, I declare: discordians have a sacred duty to create ‘textual chaos’, and extend the ‘textual chaos’ present in the variations of the PD.
Future historians, being servants of the season of bureaucracy, are our comrades and we must operate in solidarity with them by ensuring that they have plenty of employment. This happily coincides with our own desires: archive fever and confusion of tongues.
Some examples of praxis: — referencing a mix of actual and imagined other texts (the more obscure, the better) — attributing quotes to works that do not contain them — creating unrelated texts with the same name — creating texts named after the imaginary texts named in other work- numbering pages such that some pages appear to be missing — numbering pages such that the same page has different page numbers, or the same page number has multiple page numbers — numbering pages in contradiction of the intended (or possible) reading order — writing under multiple pseudonyms (we do alright with this) — writing under the same pseudonym as someone else — masquerading as actual historical figures — making mythological figures seem historical — confusing groups with individuals and individuals with groups — self-contradiction (especially if it makes it seem, falsely, as though your pseudonym may be used by multiple people at different times) — neologism — hapax lagomemna — writing in languages you yourself do not properly speak — writing in codes, and throwing out the key —