Is Miley Cyrus a Discordian?

The question might seem absurd, until you consider a few facts:

1) She was born Destiny Hope Cyrus on November 23, 1992 (23 of course being a very Discordian number). This is the
anniversary of the first airing of Discordian Saint Doctor Who, which was postponed one day because of the
assassination of U. S. President John F. Kennedy the day before. Kerry Thornley, co-founder of the Discordian religion
under the name Omar Khayyam Ravenhurst, was investigated for his connection with suspect presidential assassin Lee
Harvey Oswald.

2) She became famous under the name Miley Cyrus (5 letters and 5 letters).

3) Her original name Destiny implies someone who gives destiny (i.e. Goddess Eris) and Miley was a nickname given by
her father to mean Smiley (i.e. joke). Remember that Discordianism is a joke disguised as a religion, or a religion
disguised as a joke.

4) She has filed to change her name to Miley Ray Cyrus (which is much closer to the name of the Discordian Saint
Prostitute Minnie Rae, sometimes known as Mary Simpson), who was named "The Little Countess" by Discordian Saint
Emperor Norton I.

5) The hearing for her name change is scheduled for May 1, 2008, the anniversary of the founding of both the Bavarian
Illuminati (in 1776) and the Society for Creative Anachronism (1966) which has included some of the most prominent

6) The Hannah Montana Movie is scheduled to be released May 1, 2009 (see above).

7) Her character's name Hannah is a palindrome, the same backwards and forwards (spelling things backward is a
frequent Discordian trick), and also means "grace of God" or, backwards, "grace of Goddess."

8) In May 2008, she appeared half-naked in Vanity Fair, which is quite Discordian, especially for a 15-year-old girl (15 is
the number 5 * 3).

9) She is frequently photographed flashing her "now famous peace sign" which is also the Discordian no. 5 or no. 23

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