(11 July 2012) - The Flat Earth Society now has a podcast! Search for us on iTunes with "Flat Earth Society Podcast" or click here to visit our iTunes page. If you don't use iTunes, visit our podcast page. If you enjoy the podcast, please subscribe for upcoming episodes and leave us positive reviews!
It is my great pleasure to officially reopen the Flat Earth Society to new members! While our Flat Earth Society forums have been a thriving online community since 2004, official membership in the Society has not been available since the passing of the last president, Charles K. Johnson. For more information about the reopening of the Society and the launch of this website, please have a look at our press release.
Our new website includes the Flat Earth Society forums (a thriving online community since 2004) as well as a number of new features including:The Flat Earth Society Library - This online library contains a growing selection of Flat Earth resources. We have interviews, newspaper and magazine articles as well as the largest collection of Flat Earth Society newsletters in the world (online or otherwise!). The Flat Earth Society Library also includes hard-to-find writings from members of the 19th and early-20th Century Flat Earth movement and Universal Zetetic Society.
The Flat Earth Wiki - This extensive Wiki is based on a FAQ originally compiled by forums user cheesejoff. It aims to answer any questions visitors might have about Flat Earth Theory or the Society. Because there are different schools of Flat Earth thought, the Wiki should not necessarily be taken as the "official" view of the Society. The specific beliefs of our members are widely varied, as should be expected from such a group of free-thinkers!
About the Society - A short history of the Flat Earth Society from its roots in the 1800s through its incarnation under Charles K. Johnson and finally to the modern Flat Earth Society of today.
Official Membership - After much planning, we are now ready to officially accept new members to the Society. Becoming an associate member of the Society is free and is as simple as sending a postcard. For those who wish to take on a more committed role in the Society, full membership (including a signed certificate, membership card and hand-numbered Flat Earth Society medallion) is available for a small donation.
The Flat Earth Shop - A small selection of Flat Earth Society merchandise is available. At the moment, it's t-shirts and sweatshirts.
Daniel's Blog - My blog will be updated periodically with news, information and my occasional personal ramblings.