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Flag Of The Dead Riders

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A True Daughter of The Confederacy looks proudly on at the statue of the Great General Nathan Bedford Forrest

Flag of the dead riders – all the soldiers of the world who died for God & life.

Soldiers of man sun – Death riders’ Flag of the dead has got nothing to do with race – The Dead soldier has got no mind’s eye in that kind of hate. The fear projected on the flag shows who’s the real fear and hate – that kind of old generations show the young clear whose troubles that’s projecting the real of that hate to make programs of fear control – That’s what’s making fear control.

You can’t program a dead soldier; they’ve got no fear and can’t die.

Mansun Soldiers Emperor of the dead ride on & on. Fear Controls and rules with money & sex – The Emperor of Death is the mass wars of the past. Millions of Death soldiers in the Emperor of the ONE WORLD ATWA have a flag now. Thank you, fear controllers. ATWAR gladly accepts what’s rejected and not wanted.

People who know, know the game’s played by fear pushers. Dead Riders & ATWAR has a fear of no Air – no Water. ‘Coming into the real, when it breaks into the real, it will have its own lightning and thunder.

People of color ‘been playing color – Air has got no color. Water & sky blue real, read this with your soul forever, Red White & Blue, Green & colors of ALL the flags of the world in ALL HONOR.

There was no honor in disrespecting the Dead Emperor’s flag – You have disrespected the dead with your racist games of fear play and it is on the way back.

That’s why you did – Divide & Conquer. That’s how you destroyed the USA.

It takes a long time to realize the NORTH SOUTH WAR was fought over money- King Cotton & control over the stock, land, & world – USA was a baby of 200 or 300 years old – a baby – other countries were 1500 to 5000 years old. USA is still a Red White & Blue child.

The North & South wars have been reflecting around the world – no war has ever ended – I command all the wars as my Dead Riders forever.

Emperor of Death

Charles Manson, July 2015

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ATWA

“It’s no easy word- ATWA -it’s the coming of Life from Death”

Charles Milles Manson

The 17th Karmapa on Environmental Buddhism

“The question that remains is when will the intolerable moment occur for all of us? Will we allow the sea to rise and cover the Pacific islands and the Himalayas to be reduced to bare rock? Will we let amazing wildlife species become extinct and simply fade to a story that is told in future generations? Should thriving forests be turned into farmlands to meet our unending demands? Should we live with ever-growing mountains of garbage because we are unable to manage the effects of consumerism?”

I found this article that the Karma Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism’s spiritual leader, His Holiness The 17th Gyalwang Karmapa, wrote for “Conservation Biology” December issue to be very enlightening in explaining the relationship between Buddhist philosophy and environmental ideology.
I have inserted some excerpts from the article here and provided a link to the full article in its title below-
Ultimately, a call to action.

“Walking the Path of Environmental Buddhism through
Compassion and Emptiness”

“As I grew up and began studying Buddhist philosophy and teachings, I discovered great harmony between Buddhism and the environmental movement. The emphasis on biological diversity, including ecosystems—in particular, the understanding that animate and inanimate beings are parts of a whole—resonates closely with Buddhism’s emphasis on interdependence. The essence of Buddhism lies in the union of compassion and emptiness: the deeply felt dedication to alleviate the suffering of all living beings and the understanding that everything is devoid of self-nature. These two halves of a philosophical whole speak particularly to the goals of the environmental movement. Let me explain what I mean.

The most exalted example Buddhists use to explain compassion is motherhood. Consider all that your mother probably has done for you since the time you were conceived—carrying you for 9 months, experiencing the hardship of labor and birth, feeding and clothing you, taking care of all your needs, and worrying about you long after you reach adulthood. Most mothers never stop caring unconditionally for their children. Regardless of whether one believes in reincarnation or not, one can suppose that all living beings are like mothers to us. The food that appears in front of us at dinner was grown, packaged, and prepared by people we probably do not know. The clothes we are wearing were produced by people we probably will never meet. Yet we are benefiting from their hopes, dreams, and labor. Plants, animals, and raw materials have all been used to provide us these things. This is the interdependence that characterizes life—no one thing exists by itself alone, or can survive alone. We are all part of one world ecology and the world is extremely compassionate to us.

Emptiness, in contrast, can be best explained by using the example of the self. What do we imagine when we think of the self? Exactly where does the self reside? Is it in the heart or the brain? In the incoming breath or the outgoing breath? In the movement of our limbs? In our interaction or relationship with others? The self differs greatly at ages 15 and 25. Because it is impermanent and intangible, the self is empty of any inherent self-nature. And, because this is so, our happiness, our sadness, our successes, and our failures are also empty by nature. This does not mean that we are nothing, but that we are constantly moving, absorbing, and shedding. Consequently, we need not experience great attachment to our experiences and can develop equanimity regarding all phenomena. To experience this freedom from the conviction of a self and the self-importance it creates means that we can dispense with the artificial distinction between self and other and can be part of all phenomena everywhere.

How does this relate to the environment? According to Buddhism, ignorance of the empty nature of self and the rejection of compassion is the root cause of egotism, anger, attachment, and greed. Ignorance is why human beings have degraded the environment and are driving so many species to extinction. Ignorance causes us to place an excessive worth upon the self and anything related to it; my family, my possessions, my country, and even my race. Perceiving the diversity of the world through the limited lens of self means we can impose grave harm upon Earth without concern, because Earth has become “other.”” …

“During the last 100 years, over 95% of the world’s wild tigers (Panthera tigris) have vanished. As human needs have continued to expand, we have taken more and more from nature and left less and less for other animals. However, the magnificent tiger has almost completely disappeared due to consumer demand for its skin and body parts. We are driving a species to extinction simply because we believe wearing its skin makes us look wealthy or that consuming tiger parts will make us healthier. Doing such a thing is essentially non-Buddhist and uncompassionate—not only for the tiger, but also for ourselves, because this act is bound to have negative karmic consequences for us.

Compassion for the “other,” whether people, animal species, trees, or other plants, and for Earth itself, is the only thing that will ultimately save us human beings. Most people are primarily concerned about their work, wealth, health, or family. On a daily basis, they probably feel they have more urgent things to worry about than their environmental footprint. Of course, paying attention to this issue would mean having to make inconvenient choices and changes in their lives. I am not so different. Although I had considered giving up eating meat for many years, I became a complete vegetarian only a few years ago. Somebody presented a short documentary that showed how animals suffer before and during the act of killing. Watching it, I could feel the fear felt by the animals. Like a thunderclap, I became aware that these living beings were suffering so greatly simply to satisfy my habitual preferences. Eating meat became intolerable for me at that moment, and so I stopped.” …

“Finally, I believe that the very future of life on Earth depends on those of us who are privileged to live more simply. To live simply is to be compassionate to yourself and to the world. A life full of material goods and barren of compassion is quite unsustainable from an ecological and karmic point of view. Of course, advertisements are always telling us that the path to happiness lies in purchasing the goods they sell. How is it that the advertising convinces us even when we are skeptical of its message? Our attachment to our own happiness, possessions, family, and self creates a lack of perspective that makes us susceptible. However, if we can be mindful of the emptiness of self, we can create a space for choice rather than habitual consumerism. We don’t have to live a life that is sold to us—we can make the brave choice to live simply.”

A Logo for the Environment (29th December, 2007)

Transcript: An Explanation of the Kagyu Monlam logo by the Gyalwang Karmapa December 29, 2007

On December 29, 2007, His Holiness talked movingly about protecting the environment in a speech in Bodhgaya:

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“There is a new logo for the Monlam this year, and I would like to explain it.

“Throughout my life I have always felt that the outer natural elements and my own mind are close. I have a special connection with the four elements. I am not being superstitious and saying I can talk to the elements, but sometimes it feels that way.

“Ever since the human race first appeared on this earth, we have used this earth heavily. It is said that ninety-nine percent of the resources and so on in this world come from the natural environment. We are using the earth until she is used up. The earth has given us immeasurable benefit, but what have we done for the earth in return? We always ask for something from the earth, but never give her anything back.

“We never have loving or protective thoughts for the earth. Whenever trees or anything else emerge from the ground, we cut them down. If there is a bit of level earth, we fight over it. To this day we perpetuate a continuous cycle of war and conflict over it. In fact, we have not done much of anything for the earth.

“Now the time has come when the earth is scowling at us; the time has come when the earth is giving up on us. The earth is about to treat us badly and give up on us. If she gives up on us, where can we live? There is talk of going to other planets that could support life, but only a few rich people could go. What would happen to all of us sentient beings who could not go?

“What should we do now that the situation has become so critical? The sentient beings living on the earth and the elements of the natural world need to join their hands together—the earth must not give up on sentient beings, and sentient beings must not give up on the earth. Each needs to grasp the other’s hand. So doesn’t the Monlam logo look like two hands clasping each other?

“Its shape is also similar to the design of the Sixteenth Gyalwang Karmapa’s Dream Flag of peace and serenity, which is used regularly among the Karma Kamtsang. If I were to make up everything myself, I doubt it would have any blessings, but using the previous Karmapa’s design as a model probably gives this blessings.

“This is a symbol of the Kagyu Monlam. We hold the Kagyu Monlam for the benefit of the entire world. We will not give up on the earth! May there be peace on earth! May the earth be sustained for many thousands of years! These are the prayers we make at the Kagyu Monlam, which is why this symbol is the logo of the Kagyu Monlam. I also think this might become a symbol of people having affection for the earth and wanting to protect it.

“Now I will boast a bit. As I mentioned before, I am the one who designed this logo. I have the strong feeling that I am connected to the natural elements. Technological devices do not agree with me. I feel most comfortable using natural things. When I use technological devices, my body feels rather uncomfortable, although I have no choice but to use them.

“Both the body and mind are strongly connected to the unaltered, natural elements. Because I made this logo, I think it could probably provide some protection against dangers from the natural elements of the external world. But do not think that this logo alone will protect you: if you jump into fire or water while wearing it, you will still die. It is first and foremost a symbol that we are not giving up on the earth.

“Thank you”
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BLUE

"I think what is justified is whatever it takes to stop the destruction of life on earth."

Sandra Collins Good- (Blue) (born February 20, 1944)
She was sentenced to 15 years in prison after being found guilty of “conspiracy to sending threatening letters through the mail”, in connection with death threats against more than 170 corporate executives for polluting the Earth. I.P.C.R.

''The IPCR is the green field with a red bull. Until you all accept one God, one government, one order, there will be no order.'' - Charles Manson

After serving close to 10 years in custody, she was paroled on December 2, 1985. She had rejected terms of a release agreement in March, 1985. (L.A. Times- March 29,1985-“Charles Manson follower [Sandra Good] refused to leave prison today because corrections officials demanded she stay away from Manson and other members of his “family,” and was to be placed in a halfway house in New Jersey, which she called “a toxic dump.””)
(Pittsburgh Press- March 29, 1985- “Ms. Good earlier had said she did not want to be paroled while other members of the Family were still imprisoned.”)

She stayed in custody eight more months… loyal to her Family, even to her own detriment, she refused freedom. I don’t know of many other cases of such valorous disposition. A.T.W.A.
X- Haze

“I used to say to environmentalists: Studying the problems doesn’t do anything. They must be dealt with concretely, efficiently, and now. At least make some effort in real, beyond money, approval, marches, etc. I say if we don’t get together and war on pollution, we all perish. War For Life.”


“In millions of people the will to live is dim. They want out of the hell they created, live in, and perpetuate. If you can redeem your own mind and soul out from all your conditioning and cultural brainwash and be what Manson calls “reborn”, then you’ll see clearly the need to Redeem ATWA now.”

“The mass of people are sheep and move whichever way the money or the biggest fear tells them to move. When Air and Water get bad enough people will do as they are told.
It doesn’t matter what people think. It’s what is. Do you want to live? Then fix your air and water. Save your Trees and Wildlife. Those who war upon any part of Nature are warring upon themselves and their children.”

“We all had complete autonomy and freedom and I think that’s one reason that there was so much harmony amongst everybody. We didn’t feel constrained by anything. We were free to evolve, to explore our- our inner selves, to grow- as Charlie said, to be reborn. Every day was like a day to be reborn and to start all over, in a new, good day. He absolutely did not control anything that went on at that ranch. The only one thing that he insisted upon was don’t lie. Make your word good. He lived by the old convict code. Don’t snitch. Do not snitch. Take responsibility for your own actions. Whatever you do, you do because you want to do it, and take responsibility for what you do. And unfortunately that’s not what people have ended up doing. They’re going along with the D.A.’s lies in order to get their freedom from prison. They have bought into the D.A.’s reality.”

“He spoke of women as Earth. Women as the Earth. We’re here to procreate, to bear children, to nurture children, to nurture that which gives us life, which is the Earth. We must take care of the Earth or there is no life for anything. It’s what we call ATWA: Air, Trees, Water and Animals. The will to put our intelligence, our whole life into fixing that which we are as women. Earth. We’ve seen it dying. We all seen the pollution. We’ve seen the Trees being cut. We’ve seen the gradual extinction of Wildlife. We were aware of these things.”

“There is a universal consciousness that’s always been held down by a bunch of educated idiots who call themselves teachers and schools. To have your own mind in a world of programmed patterned robots is total freedom and is called insanity. He doesn’t struggle for approval. He doesn’t care what other people think. He does what he does for the spirit of the truth. He’s rolling to redeem Trees and life on Earth. Manson is the man of God people always condemn and punish for telling the truth they never want to hear. Manson is not in society and never has been any part of schools, churches, or governments. He’s been in cages over 45 years because he won’t give into them. Manson knows more about prisons, crime, courts, justice, etc. than anyone in the world. You would need to put a child through prison to get the whole prison inside his minds brain and to survive it all would be almost impossible. Manson is infinite consciousness, that which moves in the child before mother’s word confusion. What he says and does is brand new. There is no place that he is not. He sees without eyes and lives without form. He lives in the eyes of the children from behind life in zoos, in the Trees, the grass, the bugs, and most of all he’s in your heart.”

"You think the Manson people were frightening? Wait till the next wave of kids grow up, wait until the five year olds become 17 year olds."

"LOVE IN TRUTH IS WORSHIP AND BEGINS WITH THE WORSHIP OF THE EARTH..."

RED

"Now you watch the parades and processions of hopeful and despairing people walking outside your tomb. They are all looking for the answer to the problem you know so well."

Lynette Alice Fromme- (Squeaky) (Red)- (born October 22, 1948)
She was sentenced to life imprisonment for attempting to assassinate U.S. President Gerald Ford on September 5, 1975. She wanted to speak with the president about all of the redwoods being cut down in California. I.P.C.R.

"I stood up and waved a gun (at Ford) for a reason," said Fromme. "I was so relieved not to have to shoot it, but, in truth, I came to get life. Not just my life but clean air, healthy water and respect for creatures and creation."

After serving 34 years in custody, she was released from prison on August 14, 2009. She had not seated a bullet into the chamber of the revolver she pointed at Ford. In a recent show on the history channel about the secret service and the protection of presidents, or some propaganda of that nature, a hero had been fabricated into the facts of the incident who had grabbed at the gun just in the nick of time and jammed his thumb into the hammer disrupting the firing of a bullet. It is fact from the evidence, and the trial, that there was no bullet in the chamber of the Colt .45. Lynette had ejected the cartridge that was in the chamber prior to leaving her apartment- the cartridge investigators later found in the bathroom of her apartment.

She embodies courage, loyalty, and a true understanding of the destruction of this age.
A hero of our time. In Honor of her day of birth- 63 years ago, today.    A.T.W.A.
X- Haze


“I went to the Capitol and came to court specifically to draw attention to the problems of the world that directly affect my state of mind and my physical body and to offer a way to clean up the world. This is my intent.”

“In this mind is the face of Charlie, but MANSON is the Mind. The Shaman, the seer, the visionary. He wears all crowns from thorns to precious gems and metals to cloth and beads, feathers, bone, sinew, fiber, and the dangling windwisps of whispered spirit and breath. He is the mind of all, of much unseen, unimagined or unrealized, of all we don’t understand and all we fear…”

“How can the social system be improved? It’s a crime to smoke marijuana, a plant, but poisoning millions of people through toxic wastes is business as usual. How much will you give up for the lives of your children’s children, which is yourself. How much are people willing to give up for Air, Earth. Water, Animals, and the coming generations? I think the answer to that is pretty clear.”

“Almost everything you eat or drink has water in it. No matter where it’s from, most of it’s polluted. Most of it’s got a lot of chemicals that we have to stop producing, it’s a simple thing. We don’t transfer it. We don’t move the poisons somewhere else. We stop producing them. We use our brains.”

“I do not have the answers and as a woman I do not intend to play my own thoughts over the truth. I can clearly state the problems and tell you that I suffer from them.”

-Q. What comment, or thoughts, would you like to convey in conclusion?-A. "Keep talking about moving toxic wastes, but never let it cross your mind to quit producing them. Keep judging yourselves in Manson. Don't look in the mirror. You will serve the Earth as much as she serves you, or you will commit suicide."

"LOVE IN TRUTH IS WORSHIP AND BEGINS WITH THE WORSHIP OF THE EARTH..."

ALIVE (SACRIFICE)

SELF-IMMOLATION AS PROTEST

Thic Quang Duc- 1897- 11 June, 1963-
-A Vietnamese Mahayana Buddhist monks protest against the Roman Catholic persecution of Buddhists by South Vietnam’s “Ngo Dinh Diem” Roman Catholic administration. A self-immolation. Almost fifty years ago… He rotated a string of wooden prayer beads and recited the words “NAM MO A DI DA PHAT” (homage to Amitabha Buddha) before striking a match and dropping it on himself.
Many people are familiar with this image of Thic Quang Duc’s self-immolation- but I don’t think very many have seen the actual footage of it as in the video below-

Thic Quang Duc's last words from a letter, "Before closing my eyes and moving towards the vision of the Buddha, I respectfully plead to President Ngo Dinh Diem to take a mind of compassion towards the people of the nation and implement religious equality to maintain the strength of the homeland eternally. I call the venerables, reverends, members of the sangha and the lay Buddhists to organise in solidarity to make sacrifices to protect Buddhism."

This year there have been many other cases of such sacrifice from China that remain unseen, and unrepresented in the mainstream media- young Tibetan Buddhist monks who have taken vows of non-violence, and whose sole purpose and goal in this life is to bring an end to all beings suffering. These young humans of peace are so determined to draw global attention to one of the world’s longest standing human rights crises that they are courageously giving up their lives in protest. Just last week Tenzin Wangmo, a 20-year-old nun, set herself on fire and died- in hopes that the world might see…
In Rememberance:
Tenzin Wangmo, nun, 20 years old, 17 October
Khayang, 19 years old, 7 October 2011
Tsewang Norbu, 29 years old, 15 August 2011
Phuntsog, 21 years old, 16 March 2011
FREE TIBET
-Don’t forget the catalyst to the Tunisian Revolution- the self-immolation of Mohamed Bouazizi, on 17 December 2010.
Extreme oppression (with no acknowledgement from a world of superpowers that claim to represent “humanitarianism” and “equality” and “freedom”) can fuel such desperate acts of courage. Strength and Will. The west cannot grasp such sacrifice…
X- Haze