Monthly Archives: November 2012

Cult Clock

Cult Clock face

Cult Clock PDF

Center. Pumpkinhold. No matter how long you wait, Pumpkinhold never comes. (The Great Pumpkin from Peanuts)
1. Voldemhold (The Deathly Hallows from Harry Potter)
2. Nyarlathold (Elder Sign from H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu mythos)
3. Striebhold (Schwa alien from Bill Barker)
4. Carcosahold (The Yellow Sign from Call of Cthulhu, inspired by The King in Yellow)
5. Altenhold (Invisible Pink Unicorn from Usenet)
6. Slackenhold (J.R. “Bob” Dobbs from Book of the SubGenius)
7. Farfalhold (Flying Spaghetti Monster from venganza.org)
8. Wastenhold (Muted Post Horn from The Crying of Lot 49)
9. Abiddenhold (Dudeism logo from Oliver Benjamin, inspired by The Big Lebowski)
10. Rippenhold (Mark of Eyghon from Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
11. Copyhold (Laughing Man from Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex)
12. Fnhold (Five-Fingered Hand of Eris from Principia Discordia)

HOLD: Hour of Our Literary Denomination, or Hour of Our Lady of Distraction.

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So this has been floating around Tumblr lately:

A circle of religious symbols around a chaos-starred sacred chao.

And since some people have wondered what the symbols are, I thought I’d try my hand at listing them.

In the center: The Sacred Chao from Principia Discordia
Around the center: The Chaos Star from from Michael Moorcock’s Eternal Champion stories
From the top, clockwise:
The Five-Fingered Hand of Eris from Principia Discordia
The Yellow Sign from Call of Cthulhu, inspired by Robert Chambers’ The King in Yellow
The Muted Post Horn from Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49
The Invisible Pink Unicorn from www.InvisiblePinkUnicorn.com
The Elder Sign from H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu mythos
The Flying Spaghetti Monster from www.venganza.org
One of the many representations of “Bob” from the Church of the SubGenius
The symbol for Phaeton, a hypothetical planet between Mars and Jupiter

Personally, I would have added the deathly hallows from Harry Potter, a policeman assaulting a protestor, a teddy bear receiving oral sex from the Humanist human, and the Coca-Cola logo — for a total of twelve. Wouldn’t that make a nice clock?