23 September 2012

Charles Manson | ATWA | The Mighty Right On

Charles Manson

Here is the way it really is...
All the babies being born are like a marathon.
They all start out into life, going, not knowing that they already know.
They are robbed of themselves and they actually believe that there’s somewhere to go. Because they are not told that they already know and that they’re born where it’s at.
Eternity is now and we’re borned into confusion. So we have to go through the confusion called civilization to find out it’s all horseshit and then we start all over.
And when we start all over there are different words that become, in a play or a race towards where they thought they were going and there are words and ways of honor that can be expressed in truth, as truth is eternity and lies are deception and deceit, deceit, lies and deception go in a circle and they end where they begin.
In other words, the hindus got the idea probably before everybody else; thousands and thousands of years ago - they figured out karma and the balance of that goes around and around. I found it out in reform school before I knew what hindu was, because I was a child, borned and left on his own to figure it out for myself. There are a lot of me now days.
There was a guy named Jesus who was born without a father and he figured it out and when he figured it out, he figured Caesar out. Caesar was supposed to be God, and when he figured God out, everybody thought he was a god. He wasn’t a god he just figured out what God was. When you figure out what God is, you figure it’s just a word and that knowing is the real God in perception and perceiving.
So what happens in this race that we begin - only the truth will endure. The lies will fade and die sooner or later.
Start out in a marathon, with a group of what you think is other people and they all melt away by selling out for money and lying and cheating and doing all the deception and deceiving things - which is OK, you know they only do it to themselves anyway though most people don’t really know what eternity is and they don’t know what the soul is. They don’t even know they have an eternity.
So they’re born and die before they even know it and they don’t count for nothing anyway.
But what happens is there are a few people or a few terminals or beings that hold on to the righteous and the truth, so they end up in the authority position of...
Are you ready for this?...
You’ve heard the expression RIGHT ON?
Well, ‘right on’ starts in the prisons.
Like most things it starts at the bottom.
So I had to go to prison to set ATWA.
If ATWA is not set in the abstract and set at the bottom of the Earth...
You can walk down the street and try to start a word, you know, but it’s not going to endure. Like you say ‘bebopalubop’ or ‘jitterbug’ or you make up a song that may run for well, twenty years, it may run for 100 years but what you’re talking about is traditions and traditions are set in life - with 200 or 300 years to get a tradition.
A tradition is not something that one person sets, it’s a universal thought that’s borned like for real. Like a lot of people don’t have no ground. they don’t have a space to make a garden. They don’t have no mind on the ground. Their mind’s on where they’re going to or where they’re coming from. They don’t have no mind of where they are now. Where they are now is RIGHT ON.
So we start with say...100 people, and 100 people are all saying...
And then one guy sells out and he makes parole and he gives it up to someone else and tells somebody and causes somebody else some misery while he gets out and thinks he’s going to have a good day, you dig?
But he gets out and ends up drowning in the ocean.
And then somebody else sells out for another reason and then pretty soon you look around you and everybody’s gone. you see it?
So then you’re borned, and you come up as a child and you’re trying to find out how to transcend  the confusion and use your intelligence to survive and use your intelligence to figure out what God is and what peace is and what all the things are that complete your life as your being - and then I pass on to you - RIGHT ON.
And you say ‘’well ‘right on’ is just two words’’ but then you look at 150 years of prison, 2 or 3 world wars, the north and south war. You see the Dutch and the Amish and the Quakers who set the prison to give people a chance to rehabilitate themselves on the premise of the realities of the human condition and the way people really are in the animalistic perspective.
That you can chastise a child when they are young enough to be formed like a piece of clay in a mold, and then to a perspective that you would feel advantageous to your own survival - in our kin, in your kind, in your beings that are like you, like your children. When you have a son, you want your son to have a better world than you had, You want your son to have a place on Earth so that he can live. You want him to have trees, you want him to have a chance to survive. And you see how dark and dismal the righteous people are who play-act ‘right on’.  They play act the words and they raise their hand and scream and holler about all the gods, and then when no one’s looking, they are deceiving and playing all the other games on the other side, and you see the two sides of both sides, and then you see the middle, and then you see that no game is the best game, that no game encompasses all the games, because games are made up in an artificial environment, with an artificial thing called time. Time is not today, one day at a time is in prison, it’s been held in prison for as long as prison has been because it’s the law and the law is the will of God. The will of God is the law.
The humans have made a joke out of it. They don’t abide by the law because they don’t have a real God. All their gods are phony, all their gods are fake gods. All their gods are used to make money. They wont go any deeper than what somebody told ‘em because the truth will bring tears and sadness and sorrow. The truth is hard to experience because it’s been buried under the grave so long.
Few have given their lives to the Mighty Right On.
The Mighty Right On is in the graves man.
All the soldiers that gave their lives for you, so that you would stand a chance for survival on planet Earth.
Your Great - Great - Great - Great - Great - Great Grandpa marched off for some particular reason.
Your race, your people, your love, your sons going backwards forever.
So, the Mighty Right On is on you now - on your computer. That would be - Order, God’s Law, God’s Law is simply survive or there’s no God. Sin is when you do something against yourself - you’re sinning against God because God is inside yourself.
Your body houses God and to disrespect your body disrespects God. To do some bad to any living thing is to do a bad to yourself. If you step on a bug, spray the spiders, kill the animals or eat hamburgers or whatever your doing against life - your doing against yourself, because you are all life. You are all the world, you are order, you are survival, you are the atmosphere, you are the trees, you are the animals, the bugs, birds, the bees.
You are everything and there is no bad, its all good, the only bad is when you do bad for and against yourself.
The Mighty Right On is heartbeat now.
And there’s only me here standing alone, everybody else has found an excuse to run away and hide from themselves because they cannot stand the truth.
Because the truth is too much, too heavy, too fast, it’s just not for human consumption.
The humans can’t understand the way of the wolf, or the snake that lays in the grass or the bumblebee that gives his life when he has to sting somebody.
That’s what the Manson Family was like, bumblebees, they stung to survive. They did what they felt was right, just like we’re all soldiers in the truth of ATWA - because ATWA is everyones life and that is the simplicity of the Mighty Right On.
Power to the soul, the mind and the body.
-  Charles Manson, 2007

20 September 2012

War for Water by 2030 - US Intelligence Report

Glass half empty.

From the Pacific Institute - Types of Water Conflict:

Control of Water Resources (state and non-state actors): where water supplies or access to water is at the root of tensions.
Military Tool (state actors): where water resources, or water systems themselves, are used by a nation or state as a weapon during a military action.
Political Tool (state and non-state actors): where water resources, or water systems themselves, are used by a nation, state, or non-state actor for a political goal.
Terrorism (non-state actors): where water resources, or water systems, are either targets or tools of violence or coercion by non-state actors.
Military Target (state actors): where water resource systems are targets of military actions by nations or states.
Development Disputes (state and non-state actors): where water resources or water systems are a major source of contention and dispute in the context of economic and social development.
From Russia Today:

Nations will cut off rivers to prevent their enemies having access to water downstream, terrorists will blow up dams, and states that cannot provide water for their citizens will collapse. This is the future - as painted by a top US security report.

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), the organization that oversees US intelligence agencies such as the CIA and FBI, was commissioned by President Barack Obama to examine the impact of water scarcity worldwide on US security.
And while the prospect of “water wars” has been touted for decades, it may start to become reality within a decade. The ODNI predicts that by 2040 water demand will outstrip current supply by 40 per cent.

Impoverished volatile states will be worst off

Water shortages “will hinder the ability of key countries to produce food and generate energy, posing a risk to global food markets and hobbling economic growth.” North Africa, the Middle East and South Asia will be hit the hardest, the report states.
And while the coming shortage is a manageable problem for richer countries, it is a deadly“destabilizing factor” in poorer ones. As a rule, economically disadvantaged countries are already prone to political, social and religious turmoil, and failure to provide water for farmers and city dwellers can be the spark for wider “state failure.” 
Among those most vulnerable to this scenario are Sudan, Pakistan and Iraq, which are all locked in debilitating civil conflicts, and Somalia, which has effectively ceased to function as a state. ODNI envisages countries restricting water for its own citizens to “pressure populations and suppress separatist elements.” The report predicts many ordinary citizens will have to resort to the kind of purification tablets currently used by soldiers and hikers to obtain clean water.
Most dangerously, there are whole clusters of unstable countries fighting for the same waterways.
The report lists the Nile, which runs through Uganda, Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt, the Jordan, which runs through Israel and several Arab countries, and the Indus, which is shared by Pakistan and India.
These areas are managed by special commissions, and the report states that “historically, water tensions have led to more water-sharing agreements than violent conflicts.” But once there is not enough water to go around, these fragile pacts may collapse, with “more powerful upstream nations impeding or cutting off downstream flow.”
Even without outright fighting, the ODNI says countries will use water as a tool of political leverage, similar to how gas and oil are used today. 
Infrastructure projects will become increasingly politicized: “States will also use their inherent ability to construct and support major water projects to obtain regional influence or preserve their water interests,” the report claims.
Laos’ proposed $3.5 billion Mekong Dam has already been the subject of an international dispute with Cambodia and Vietnam, who say the dam will obliterate their fisheries and agriculture.

Water terrorism threat

And even international compromise is not likely to be enough to ensure water safety.
“Physical infrastructure, including dams, has been used as a convenient and high-publicity target by extremists, terrorists, and rogue states, threatening substantial harm and this will become more likely beyond the next 10 years.”
The report states that an attack on a single point in a water supply, such as a canal or desalinization plant is sufficient to deprive hundreds of thousands of clean water. In return, governments will have to implement costly safety measures that are likely to be of limited use, due to the extensive length of rivers that have to be protected.
The ODNI says there is a decade to tackle the problems before they spiral out of control. It suggests revising international water treaties and investing in superior water purification technologies that will make the increasingly scarce resource plentiful again.

19 September 2012

Virgin Birth in Wild Snakes

A copperhead mother intertwined with her "virgin birth" son.

Ker Than
for National Geographic News
Published September 14, 2012

"Virgin birth" among animals may not be a rare, last-resort, save-the-species stopgap after all.

For the first time, animal mothers, specifically pit vipers, have been discovered spawning fatherless offspring in the wild. More to the point, the snakes did so even when perfectly good males were around.
Among vertebrate animals that normally reproduce sexually, virlgin birth, or parthenogenesis, had been observed in only captive female snakes, Komodo dragons, birds, and sharks.
Until now it's been considered an evolutionary novelty, albeit one that made a sort of sense—a way for a bloodline to continue in the absence of suitable fathers.
For the study behind the find, published in this week's issue of the journal Biology Letters, a team led by biologist Warren Booth of the University of Tulsa in Oklahoma captured pregnant copperhead and cottonmouth females from fields where males were present. When the snakes gave birth, the researchers documented the physical and genetic characteristics of the litters.
Tests showed that 1 of the 22 copperhead mothers had given birth parthenogenetically, as had 1 of the 37 cottonmouth snakes collected—a ratio Booth finds surprisingly high.
"The fact that we find it in such small sample sizes is quite remarkable," Booth said. "What we're going to do now is go back to these populations and do sampling year-to-year to see if we can find instances of parthenogenesis again."

Virgin-Birth Mysteries
Why would female snakes undergo parthenogenesis when males are available?
One possibility: It might have been the only way they could reproduce. Booth noted that the copperhead that underwent parthenogenesis was smaller than usual—and perhaps passed over by males in favor of fitter females.
Other scientists have suggested that parthenogenesis is a kind of random reproductive mistake. Booth himself is investigating the possibility that a bacteria or virus is the trigger.
Another mystery: Each of the two virgin-birth litters consisted of a single snake. A normal copperhead litter might number between 6 and 9, while cottonmouths can spawn up to 20 offspring.
Also, the two virgin-birth baby snakes were both male. That might just seem like the luck of the draw, except that every known parthenogenetic snake offspring has been male—a certifiable scientific mystery.
"It would be interesting to see if we can find females," Booth said. "There's no reason realistically why we shouldn't find females, but in all of the [snake] species that we've looked at ... they've all been males."
It's also unknown whether animals born by parthenogenesis can reproduce normally or have virgin births themselves.
Parthenogenetic offspring often exhibit abnormalities or die early. That shouldn't surprise anyone, Booth said, since it's essentially "a severe form of inbreeding."

A virgin birth occurs when a polar body—a cell produced along with the egg—essentially functions like a sperm and "fertilizes" the egg.
As a result, the DNA of a virgin-birth offspring, or "parthenogen," doesn't perfectly match that of its parent—the offspring is a sort of half clone.
So far, parthenogenesis has only been observed among sharks,reptiles, and birds (which are closely related to reptiles). Mammals aren't thought to be capable of parthenogenesis, because their reproduction requires copies of genes from both parents.
"So no human parthenogenesis anytime soon," said Stony Brook University marine biologist Demian Chapman, who discovered virgin birth among blacktip sharks.

"We'll leave that to the snakes, birds, and sharks."