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“I stand with my X…”

In Honor of Charles Manson’s Life of 77 Years
11.11.11

"I am not allowed to be a man in your society. I am considered inadequate and incompetent to speak or defend myself in your court. You have created the monster. I am not of you, from you, nor do I condone your wars or your unjust attitudes towards things, animals and people that you won't try to understand. I have Xed myself from your world. I stand in the opposite to what you do and what you have done in the past. You have never given me the constitution you speak of. The words you have used to trick the people are not mine. I do not accept what you call justice. The lie you live in is falling and I am not a part of it. You use the word God to make money. You! Look at what you have done and what you are doing. You make fun of God and have murdered the world in the name of Jesus Christ. I stand with my X with my love, with my god and by myself. My faith in me is stronger than all your armies, governments, gas chambers or anything you may want to do to me. I know what I have done and your courtroom is mans game. Love is my judge. I have my own constitution; its inside me. No man or lawyer is speaking for me. I speak for myself. I am not allowed to speak with words so I have spoken with the mark I will be wearing on my forehead. Many U.S. citizens are marked and don't know it. You won't let them come from under your foot. But God is moving. Moving, and I am a witness. I have tried to stand on the constitution but I am not afforded the rights another citizen may enjoy. I am forced to contend with communicating to the mass without words. I feel no man can represent another man because each man is different and has his own world, his own kingdom, his own reality. It is impossible to communicate one reality through another into another reality. Charles Manson"

“There is a God about whom you know nothing, because men have forgotten him.”

“The Power of Evil”

One cannot do evil unless they can do good- One must see beyond both to understand the power- If all your life you live in green and one day not knowing any other color you’re thrown in a world with nothing but yellow and ask where would you want to live, yellow or green-
The fear would run back to green- The evil free nature without fear would say yellow- Now on the other hand if the mind was raised a lifetime in between yellow and green and told yellow is bad Evil and green is good and nice- the true free nature would want to touch green and feel the fear and excitement of it. It would be new thrills and if taught guilt it would go back to yellow and punish itself within its thought patterns-
On the 3rd hand if all of a sudden from yellow and green all the colors were opened up to that brain:
1) It would go mad and lose all its patterns-
2) The free nature without fear would think it heaven.
There are guidelines to evil. After the illusions of good and bad as programmed are taken from the brain* with concepts of good and evil gone you’re in the brain of a child again-
Yet as the endless struggle goes on pushed and pulled by soulless grown-ups trying to get the childs brain back into money fear and whatever it is that each grown-up has in that brain- REAL evil comes into play- One must be able to create to be evil- Create in such a way that it does not come back and fall upon the source. This is done in circles 5-7-8; sometimes 9-13-33 and 50-390 can be used but to get that many people in the truth would be hard to do in the world as it is today- To find five honest people over ten years old would be no easy trip. Honest to self in the world as it is would be called mentally retated- a fool, clown, etc.
An illusion to some may be a death reality to others. A play on a stage may invoke madness somewhere else as it may circle the stage and be in the streets behind the stage plays- There are looks that kill and motions of a finger that can destroy much. The wave of a hand the wearing of a hat or the color of socks and shoes- the MIND is endless and set in total perfection- PERFECTION and beyond human brains stuck in green and yellow.
There are colors yet to be created we each perceive in a balance of what our minds are ready for- We say there are only 92 of this or 4 winds 13 moons but really what you call evil
has no guidelines to its points of now and its methods have never played out to an end because there is no End, it only begins.
Good ends in death. What would happen to each brain if it found out that it truly couldn’t die- that in the most real of reals they could do anything and never die. I’ll tell you … Total evil. Total madness holds guidelines in the patterned brain; take the fear down and madness comes in to dance and feast. Our true nature is evil but we are taught, trained, and programmed against our own nature by the fear of grown-ups. We are told it’s bad to lie and not to lie yet we are always lied to.
Until we believe everyone lies- then the circle of people that don’t lie and keep the knowledge buy and sell us in and for games left over by wars- As most brains look up to death and call their fears love and a few look down at death and buy and sell fear as love and vice-versa. And fewer yet understand and do something else- A dog with big teeth hits a child with its tail when no grown-ups are looking. The dog sets the mind of the child and understands humans and their brains more than the humans- They play good guys because their food and life depends on humans- But take them to the woods and they bite and kill rabbits, squirrels, and reflect the other side of nature itself- Dogs like humans have lost the true sense of nature and survival. Human brains are programmed by past thoughts and locked to love their fear and fear their love.
So beyond Good and Evil there is only as much good as you can do for yourself- You can do no real good nor can you have a true feeling of doing good unless you can do evil- Why?
Because if a brain is stuck in what’s taught as good it can do no evil or good because it is stuck with no choice and/or no real sense of either good and/or evil. A body’s brain must be free from ego or in control of ego games in order to make the choice themselves- Doing good is easy. Doing evil takes more effort, more creative work and then one must know how to stand back from the rewards. LIKE one must realize a perfect universe within oneself. Even if you realize there is no real self you can pick up a self and be a perfect love a perfect hate a balance finer than the spider’s web. You’re the god who rules over that domain that world and universe and anyone who breaks your will you put them on the evil side of the line- The ones that will not respond to your life and have no respect for your being then all your inner power is moving to balance that with the Evil.
A personal judgment is NOT needed and a danger to the source of perfection must be always in the balance- Your low self or bad guy mirror is used to reflect the bad and good to reflect the real self in a love- LIKE never sacrifice the center of your circle- Create circles outside the love and step from them leaving them to Ka-If you can be a spider or transcend the human brain and put your life in a spider and you send that spider to bite someone and they don’t have that coming the spider will circle and come back at you with a perfect balance. Like when that Hindu burnt me and I lived- their leader in India was shot and killed and 2500 people were burnt up in a fire- His evil reflected back. The interplay of human has little to do with the reality of real life- Everyone and everything is controlled by something or someone else- Where evil and good starts and ends in balance and harmony beyond all the words and thought patterns.”
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*That’s hard to do- the more programming a brain has the harder it is to break
through to the universal mind. For some, impossible for they can and will
only know peace and true love when they have died 200 or 300 times.

Charles Manson-
San Quentin, c.1987

First Charles Manson “Interview”- from Tuesday’s Child

"...I'm from Juvenile Hall. I'm from the line of people nobody wants. I'm from the street. I'm from the alley. Mainly I'm from solitary confinement..."

WISDOM QUOTES

“I am calling to bring down this tower in Babylon, where the beast keeps me in a cage in the name of justice.
When we all come together in the name of One God, love and peace-
each one with himself, ready to face Judgement Day for man,
standing with our hearts and lives in our hands, giving all, facing ourselves,
for what we have done and help me stop what man is doing, the last battle is upon us.
I’ve seen it coming for the last 10 years, only the men who will face their own
destruction- look at it coming faster and faster, tune with it.
Face the blood and death as the wildlife does.”
-Open Letter to Timothy Leary L.A. Free Press (1970)

“Have you ever seen the coyote in the desert? Watching, tuned in, completely aware.
Christ on the cross, the coyote in the desert- it’s the same thing, man.
The coyote is beautiful. He moves through the desert delicately,
aware of everything, looking around. He hears every sound, smells every smell,
sees everything that moves. He’s always in a state of total paranoia,
and total paranoia is total awareness. You can learn from the coyote
just like you can learn from a child. A baby is born into the world in a state of fear.
Total paranoia and awareness. He sees the world with eyes not used yet.
As he grows up, his parents lay all this stuff on him. They tell him,
when they should be letting him tell them. Let little children lead you.”
-Rolling Stone (1970)

A.T.W.A. | CHARLES MANSON VIDEOS

These are some videos that I created within the past couple of years. There are more videos of Charles’ words, as well as interviews here at- ATWA YouTube Page. These are from different conversations I (and my girl) have had with Charles, and I put them to imagery that I felt best suited his words. I knew nothing of the video making programs when I created these but I like the way these came together. The last few are imagery set to musical pieces by Charles and Family…


ECHOES OF HONOR I
“… It’s all a game sweetheart. It’s a big fucking game. It’s a game yer’ born into. Yer’ babies are sitting there watching tv. The tv is a big snake that’s eating the minds of yer’ children…”


ECHOES OF HONOR II
“… Who in the fuck would wanna’ save a tree? They gotta’ be insane! Put em’ in a nutward! Medicate em’ down! Lock em’ up in four-point restraints! Chain em’ to the bed!…”


ECHOES OF HONOR III
“… So all you could possibly be- is the same thing I am. The Air that I breathe, and everything that gives me Air that I protect with my very life. The Trees. The Flowers. The Flies. The Bugs. I joined the Natural Team against the Artificial Environment…”


THE REAL MOTHER
“… It’s just all Mother. The Real Mother. It’s the Oceans Contents. It’s All Life. It’s One. It’s God. It’s Everything. It’s Right Now…”


SOLDIER ANT
“… So I’m coming to you from a lifetime of… running full blast in the world of- necessity. That makes policy. You can’t do something if it wont work. To continue- doing stuff that’s not working for the environment is destroying you…”


FAMILY JAMS DIE TO BE ONE
“… love never dies…”

BARKER RANCH | 05.01.10.
“… if I can help an old bug- on a bush, or a Tree I’m gonna’ keep on saving…”


GAS CHAMBER
“…yeh’, I know you well, sorry old road, I know you well…”


THAT WITCH IS BACK ON THE GROUND

WISDOM (WOMAN)

“If I had to choose a motto for myself, I would take this one —pure, dure, sûre, (Pure, Hard, Certain) —in other words: unalterable. I would express by this the ideal of the Strong, that which nothing brings down, nothing corrupts, nothing changes; those on whom one can count, because their life is order and fidelity, in accord with the eternal.” - Savitri Devi

Savitri Devi- (Born, Maximiniani Julia Portas)
(September 30, 1905 — October 22, 1982)
In Honor, and in Memory, of the 29th year since her death.
Pure – Hard – Certain

I found out about the life and writings of this courageous woman several years ago now, and I feel that her work is important in understanding the strength of the feminine. The passion that was within this pioneer of animal rights, and ecological, activism has to be known. I think the reason her life and work has been so undiscovered is because she was very much a proponent of Hitler and National Socialism. But upon taking the journey into reevaluating all that One is told One returns with a different view on many things horribly distorted.
She wrote of “life-centered creeds” vs. “man-centered creeds”. She was a great polemicist, and spoke out against all of the Abrahamic religions and warned the Hindus of them spreading into India with her book, “A Warning to the Hindus“. She wrote “Defiance” while imprisoned in occupied western Germany about her arrest and trial.  In “Impeachment of Man” she wrote, “We scorn all men who condemn “wars of aggression,” and who, at the same time, eat meat; nay, we scorn all pacifists who do not, in their everyday dealings, live up to the ideal of universal nonviolence preached by the Jains. We scorn all those, whoever they be, who have never raised their voice against scientific experimentation upon innocent animals (which can be neither for nor against any cause) and who dare condemn experimentation upon one’s dangerous- or potentially dangerous- human enemies. We scorn all those who never were moved to indignation at the idea of man’s lasting crime against the living Realm;- at the thought of the enormous daily round of avoidable pain inflicted by man upon beasts (and even plants)- and who, yet, dare speak of “war crimes” and of “war criminals.” We flatly refuse to condemn war,- be it a thousand times a war “of aggression”- as long as mankind at large persists in its callous attitude towards animal (and Tree) life.”
She also wrote, “The world that exalts Pasteur and Pavlov, and countless other tormentors of innocent creatures, in the name of the so-called “interest of mankind,” while branding as “war criminals” men who have not shrunk from acts of violence upon hostile human elements, when such was their duty in the service of higher mankind and in the interest of all life, does not deserve to live.”

Her life is One worth knowing.  And I credit the Savitri Devi Archive for hosting the works I have linked here.
I also credit Counter- Currents‘ Greg Johnson for the photo and this article-
“Savitri Devi was a philosopher, a religious thinker, and a tireless polemicist and activist for the causes of animal rights, European pagan revivalism, Hindu Nationalism, German National Socialism, and — after the Second World War — pan-European racial nationalism. She also sought to found a religion, Esoteric Hiterlism, fusing National Socialism with the Traditionalism of René Guénon and Julius Evola. All told, she was one of the most extraordinary personalities of the 20th century.She was born Maximine Portaz born in Lyons, France on September 30, 1905. Her mother, Julia Nash was English, descending from Viking stock. (She claimed that the name Nash is derived from Ash, as in the World Ash Tree.) Her father, Maxim Portaz, was three fourths Italian from Savoy, one fourth Greek. Because of her mixed-European heritage, she identified herself simply as “European.” She also described herself as a “nationalist of all nations,” what Frank Salter called “universal nationalism.””

In memory of the Woman Against Time- some excerpts from
The Lightning And The Sun“:

“The hereditary craftsman, who could find the best expression for what is conveniently called his “soul” in his daily weaving, carpet-making, enamel work, etc., even the tiller of the soil, in personal contact with Mother Earth and the Sun and the seasons, is becoming more and more a figure of the past. There are less and less opportunities, also, for the sincere seeker of truth — speaker or writer — who refuses to become the expounder of broadly accepted ideas, products of mass-conditioning, for which he or she does not stand; for the seeker of beauty who refuses to bend his or her art to the demands of popular taste which he or she knows to be bad taste.”

“Moreover, after a war, fought or supposed to have been fought for an Ideology — the modern equivalent of the bitter religious conflicts of old — the horrors rightly or wrongly: said to have been perpetrated by the vanquished are the only ones to be broadcasted all over the world, while the victors try as hard as they can to make believe that their High Command at least never shut its eyes to any similar horrors. But in sixteenth century Europe, and before; and among the warriors of Islam, conducting “jihad” against men of other faiths, each side was well aware of the atrocious means used, not only by its opponents for their “foul ends,” but by its own people and its own leaders in order to “uproot heresy” or to “fight popery,” or to “preach the name of Allah to infidels.” Modern man is more of a moral coward. He wants the advantages of violent intolerance — which is only natural — but he shuns the responsibility of it. Progress, that also.
The so-called “humaneness” of our contemporaries (compared with their forefathers) is just lack of nerve or lack of strong feelings — increasing cowardice, or increasing apathy.
Modern man is squeamish about atrocities — even about ordinary, unimaginative brutality — only when it happens that the aims for which atrocious or merely brutal actions are performed are either hateful or indifferent to him. In all other circumstances, he shuts his eves to any horrors — especially when he knows that the victims can never retaliate (as it is the case with all atrocities committed by man upon animals, for whatever purpose it be) and he demands, at the most, not to be reminded of them too often and too noisily. He reacts as though he classified atrocities under two headlines: the “unavoidable” and the avoidable. The “unavoidable” are those that serve or are supposed to serve modern man’s purpose — generally: “the good of humanity” or the “triumph of Democracy.” They are tolerated, nay, justified. The “avoidable” are those which are occasionally committed, or said to be committed, by people whose purpose is alien to his. They alone are condemned, and their real or supposed authors — or inspirers — branded by public opinion as “criminals against humanity.””

“Surely modern man does not “uphold,” slavery; he denounces it vehemently. But he practises it nevertheless — and on a wider scale than ever, and far more thoroughly than
the Ancients ever could — whether in the Capitalistic West or in the Tropics, or (from what one hears outside its impenetrable walls) even in the one State supposed to be, to-day, the “workers’ paradise.” There are differences, of course. In Antiquity, even the slave had hours of leisure and merriment that were all his own; he had his games of dice in the shade of the columns of his master’s portico, his coarse jokes, his free chatter, his free life outside his daily routine. The modern slave has not the privilege of loitering, completely carefree, for half an hour. His so-called leisure itself is either filled with almost compulsory entertainment, as exacting and often as dreary as his work, or — in “lands of freedom” — poisoned by economic worries. But he is not openly bought and sold. He is just taken. And taken, not by a man in some way at least superior to himself, but by a huge impersonal system without either a body to kick or a soul to damn or a head to answer for its mischief.

“This does not mean to say that a good teaching cannot help to bring the best out of every race, as well as out of every individual man or woman. But modern industrial civilisation, to the extent it is man-centered — not controlled by any inspiration of a super-human, cosmic order — and tends to stress quantity instead of quality, production and wealth, instead of character and inherent worth, is anything but congenial to the development of consistent universal kindness, even among, the better people.

Never mind how bloody the final crash may be! Never mind what old treasures may perish for ever in the redeeming conflagration! The sooner it comes, the better. We are waiting for it — and for the following glory — confident in the divinely established cyclic Law that governs all manifestations of existence in Time: the law of Eternal Return. We ore waiting for it, and for the subsequent triumph of the Truth persecuted to-day; for the triumph under whatever name, of the only faith in harmony with the everlasting laws of being; of the only modern “ism” which is anything but “modern,” being just the latest expression of principles as old as the Sun; the triumph of all those men who, throughout the centuries and to-day, have never lost the vision of the everlasting Order, decreed by the Sun, and who have fought in a selfless spirit to impress that vision upon others. We are waiting for the glorious restoration, this time, on a world-wide scale, of the New Order, projection in time, in the next, as in every recurring “Golden Age,” of the everlasting Order of the Cosmos. It is the only thing worth living for — and dying for, if given that privilege, — now, in 1948.”

"From all this it is quite clear that to condemn violence indiscriminately is to condemn the very struggle of the forces of life and light against the forces of disintegration, a struggle all the more heroic and all the more desperate, also, as the world rushes on toward its doom. It is to condemn that struggle which, at every one of its age-long, varying phases, and even through temporary disaster, has been securing for the world, beyond its deserved doom, the glorious new beginning, which the few alone deserve. Within the bondage of time, especially withing this kali-yuga, one cannot be consistently nonviolent without contributing, willingly or unwillingly, knowingly or unknowingly, to the success of the forces of disintegration; of what we call the death forces."