Monday, November 20, 2017

Charles Manson released from prison (video)

Editors, Wisdom Quarterly; Paul Levy (Reality Sandwich); KFI; AP; Watch Mojo (WM); Iggy Pop

I may only stand 5'1" but I scared your asses for half a century. That's for putting me in an orphanage then molesting and abusing me then throwing me in jail and again abusing me. Sorry I ruined the hippie movement. Who's Who in Manson's Life?
In the song "Five Foot One" (5'1"), is Iggy Pop referring to egomaniacal, charismatic cult leader Charles Manson? Charlie was "released" from prison on Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017.

We had always heard -- thanks in part to singer Marilyn Manson -- that little men develop big needs to prove something, Napoleon, Hitler, that little guy. We doubt that explains 5'1" Manson.

Here's a better explanation for the racist murderer -- the wetiko -- who did his killings by proxy with the hopes of kickstarting a "race war" so that he could roll in and play the role of Hitler II. 
Understanding a psychopath
Gay white supremacist Charles Manson (RIP)
(Reality Sandwich) In the book Columbus and Other Cannibals: The Wetiko Disease of Exploitation, Imperialism, and Terrorism, Native American author Prof. Jack D. Forbes lucidly explores a psychological disease that afflicts the wetiko (wendigo, English wacko). It is a self-destructive human behavior that Native Americans have known about for years.

Genocidal Columbus was a wetiko.
The book makes it clear that they are describing the same psycho-spiritual disease of the soul written about in the book, The Madness of George W. Bush: A Reflection of Our Collective Psychosis (by Paul Levy).

From the dawn of human history, our species has fallen prey to a "collective psychosis" that can be called malignant ego-phrenia. Speaking about this psychic epidemic, Prof. Forbes writes:

"For several thousands of years human beings have suffered from a plague, a disease worse than leprosy, a sickness worse than malaria, a malady much more terrible than smallpox." What is it? "Wetiko," a Cree term that refers to a diabolically wicked person or spirit who terrorizes others.

Prof. Forbes, who was one of the founders of the American Indian Movement in the early sixties, says, "Tragically, the history of the world for the past 2,000 years is, in great part, the story of the epidemiology of the wetiko disease."

Wetiko is a "psychosis" in the original sense of the word, psycho (from psyche, "soul"). This condition is a "sickness of the soul or spirit." Prof. Forbes is calling the illness of the ego, psyche, soul, and spirit the root of humanity's inhumanity to itself. As if performing a magic ritual, in exploring the entity of wetiko... More

Alien spiritual intrusion
Greetings. I am a wetiko. Read my Bible.
Speaking in his own language about the predation of the wetiko virus, the spiritual teacher Don Juan, of the Carlos Castaneda books, mentions that the ancient shamans called this "the topic of topics."

Don Juan explains: "We have a companion for life… We have a predator that came from the depths of the cosmos and took over the rule of our lives. Human beings are its prisoners. The predator is our lord and master."

Don Juan: Yaqui Way of Knowledge
This sounds just like the state of affairs being pointed at in the Bible when, for example, the Gospel of John refers to the devil [Mara or any other very malevolent being such as Satan, Columbus, Pres. Bush, maybe Trump] as "the ruler of this world" (14:30; 16:11), and Paul speaks of [the devil] as "the god of this world" (Cor. 4:4).

The Gnostic Gospel of Phillip, talking about the root of evil that lies within all of us, makes the similar point that unless this evil is recognized, "It masters us. We are its slaves. It takes us captive" (II, 3, 83.5-30).

Speaking of the predator, Don Juan continues: "It has rendered us docile, helpless. If we want to protest, it suppresses our protest. If we want to act independently, it demands that we don't do so."

It is striking how Don Juan's description of the effects of these wetiko-predators is being enacted in our increasingly militarized society, as our freedoms and liberties are taken away step by step [like the announcement today that your driver's license won't be any good for boarding planes in two years, so you need to go prove who you are to get the proper papers/documents to travel].

Wetiko/yaksha Mara bothers, obstructs Siddhartha
It is as if an inner, invisible state of affairs existing as a yet unrealized archetypal pattern deep within the soul of humanity is revealing itself by materializing in, as, and through the outside world.
To quote Don Juan, "Indeed we are held prisoner! This was an energetic fact for the sorcerers of ancient Mexico."

Don Juan is referring to an "energetic fact" that most of us can probably relate to, that is to say, that "something" is within us that stops us from expressing our true creative genius and attaining our full potential.

I killed some people, too, not just old Charlie.
These predators are "time-bandits," consuming the precious hours of our lives, as if we are wage-slaves on a prison-planet "doing time." Deepening his description of these predators, Don Juan elaborates: "They took over because we are food for them… we are their sustenance. Just as we rear chickens in chicken coops, gallineros, the predators rear us in human coops, humaneros."

The wetiko virus particularly flourishes in overpopulated cities, where people are "coop-ed up." When we buy into group-think and are enlisted as a member of the herd, we become like sheep that are being led over the edge of a cliff or cattle that are being led to be slaughtered. More

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