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Books and Zines
While I'm certainly no slouch when it comes to reading books, and I've read my fair share, my book reading . . . all presented here for easy reading. * ''[[High Weirdness by Mail]]'' by [[Rev. Ivan Stang]] * . . .
7K - last updated 2016-12-27 17:56 by Modemac
Brazen Hearts, Fresh, On Sticks
[http://brazenhearts.blogspot.com http://brazenhearts.blogspot.com] ''Josie is your typical young goblin, . . . Deidzoeb is a Bobbie who read the original [[High Weirdness by Mail]] borrowed from the library . . .
2K - last updated 2006-09-30 02:35 by deidzoeb
Cast Iron Chaos
<h3><b><i>Mod Externa</i>...cooking up anarchy and Chaos with a touch of cynical . . . principles of ''crackpotology'' as found in ''[[High Weirdness by Mail]]'' (Rev. Ivan Stang, <nowiki>1988</nowiki>). . . .
4K - last updated 2015-07-20 23:04 by Modemac
Everything Is Under Control
If you look in the "pop culture" section of your local Big Record Store, or if you look in the occult . . . to the same crowd that Ivan Stang's famous ''[[High Weirdness by Mail]]'' aimed for. It presents itself . . .
5K - last updated 2006-10-03 19:02 by Modemac
High Weirdness by Mail
[[image:highweirdnessbymail.jpg|High Weirdness by Mail]] '''http://subgenius.com/hwbw.htm''' The true . . . ''Revelation X: The "Bob" Apocryphon'', but ''High Weirdness by Mail'' was the book that truly opened . . . up my own identity instead of a sequel to ''High Weirdness by Mail.'' The result is this very Web . . . I certainly acknowledge the influence of ''High Weirdness By Mail'' as the basis for its foundation. . . . This is what inspired me the most about ''High Weirdness by Mail,'' and I hope that this Web . . .
3K - last updated 2011-10-03 18:39 by Modemac
_'''http://www.discord.org/~lippard/''' In addition to being a friend of mine, Jim Lippard has become . . . Not to Be a Christian a tract mentioned in ''[[High Weirdness By Mail]]'' by Reverend Ivan Stang as . . .
1K - last updated 2005-02-23 21:27 by pool-68-160-174-188.bos.east.verizon.net
Online Encyclopedia of Weirdness Celebrates Fifth Anniversary
BOSTON, February 25, 2010: A online "directory of the differently-saned" is celebrating its fifth anniversary . . . is based upon the SubGenius holy book ''[[High Weirdness by Mail]]'' by [[Rev. Ivan Stang]], . . .
6K - last updated 2010-02-25 09:53 by Modemac
Other So-Called Mainstream Religious Stuff
[[image:Muhammad01.jpg]] === Islam === Like others frightened by the way religion is still the primary . . . : * ''Polite anti-Semite'' is a phrase from ''[[High Weirdness by Mail]]'' - on the same subject." . . .
7K - last updated 2011-10-03 22:30 by Modemac
Published in 1995 by the great [[Russ Kick]], this exceptionally useful tome is as close to a successor . . . to ''High Weirdness by Mail'' as we're likely to see. The . . .
1K - last updated 2005-11-14 15:59 by Modemac
Royal Priest Research
'''http://www.lyssaroyal.com/''' "Channeling" is one of the most lucrative and profitable areas of New . . . 6, 1996:''' In the SubGenius Holy Tome ''[[High Weirdness by Mail]],'' Stang complains how all . . .
6K - last updated 2005-04-05 07:54 by Modemac
'''http://www.revengeismydestiny.com''' (Great domain name!) There entire ''universes'' of strange film . . . Johnston (one of the contributors to ''[[High Weirdness by Mail]]'') is the genius behind this . . .
2K - last updated 2007-08-16 12:30 by Modemac
St Matthews Churches
* '''http://www.saintmatthewschurches.com''' * '''http://www.biblicalprayer.com''' * '''http://www.cathedralofsaintmatthew.net''' . . . at least long enough to warrant an entry in ''[[High Weirdness by Mail]]'' noting him as "the lowest . . .
8K - last updated 2011-03-27 08:04 by Modemac
What Is Allowed Here
Cast Iron Chos is dedicated to helping you escape the psychic shackles placed upon you by the Universe, . . . for the commentaries listed here include: '''''[[High Weirdness by Mail]]''''' by [[Rev. Ivan Stang]] . . .
4K - last updated 2011-10-09 08:46 by Modemac