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Holyday of The Aftermath. Celebrated on the 50th day of that season.


According to Reverend Loveshade:

Thank Goddess this is the last seasonal holyday we have to figure out something to do for. Thank Goddess it’s getting toward the end of the year. Thank Goddess the aftermath of what you did all year isn’t too bad. Well, not as bad as it could have been.

According to Paternosterprime:

The flux is the gift that keeps on giving.

In Nepal and certain regions of India, the Afflux is celebrated by burning large quantities of sage and dancing on rooftops.

In America and some parts of Europe, Afflux is the Discordian equivilent of Christmas. It is celebrated by placing a pair of strong magnets on either side of a piece of toast and throwing it at someone in a style similar to that used to launch throwing stars. If the target is hit, then he or she is blessed by the Goddess Eris for a full year (something no one in their left minds would want).