1925 Georges Bataille, Michel Leiris, Andre Masson and Nicolai Bakhtine ->. 
    considered forming a Nietzschean 'orphic' secret society  called Judas.

 1935 Origins in Contre Attaque

 1936 - 1939 Acephale  was a review of a secret society founded by Georges Bataille.

 1936 June 24th. First issue was composed of only eight pages ->. 
   The cover was illustrated with a drawing by Andre Masson; also included Pierre Klossowski ->.
   2nd. Edition - Pierre Klossowski, Jean Wahl ->.
   3rd. Edition - Roger Caillois, Pierre Klossowski, Jules Monnerot.
   4th. Edition - Roger Caillois, Pierre Klossowski, Jules Monnerot. 
   Bataille signs most of the texts.
   Andre Masson and Jean Rollin -> also contributed.
   Patrick Waldberg was a member as were Michel Leiris and Roger Caillois. 
   (See "Encyclopedia of Social Theory" pg. 121 ->).
   There were Nocturnal meetings in the woods.
   Members of the society were invited to meditate, on texts of Nietzsche, Freud, Sade and 
   Mauss, read during the assemblies.

   Other known Members: Georges Ambrosiano, Jacques Chavy, Rene Chenon, Jean Dautry, 
   Jean Rollin; and later Patrick Waldberg, Isabelle Waldberg, Michael Koch, 
   and possiblly Toro Okamoto. See Google book ->.

   See wiki ->.

   See Timeline.