Saturday, December 31, 2011

Welcome 2012

Number of Man

"When the Purifier comes
we will see him
first as a small Red Star
which will come very close
and sit in our heavens watching us.
Watching us
to see how well we have remembered the sacred teachings.
This Purifier will show us
many miraculous signs in our heavens.
In this way we will know Creator is not a dream.
Even those who do not feel their connection to spirit
will see the face of creator across the sky.
Things unseen will be felt very strongly.
Many things will begin to occur that will not make sense,
for reality will be shifting back in and out of the dream state.
There will be many doorways to the lower world that will open at this time.
Things long forgotten will come back
to remind us of our past creations.
All living things will want to be present for this day when time ends,
and we enter the forever cycle of the Fifth World."

Last Cry: Native American Prophecies & Tales of the End Times by Robert Ghost Wolf

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Kronos stasis

Welcome winter solstice

Kronos Stasis
-end of cycle of-
darkness cold sadness,
death and misfortune,
isolation and fear.
Free your slaves to time,
loose control to their harvest,
silence to your demands for the sacrifice of our beloved children.

"It was a custom of the ancients in great crises of danger for the rulers of a city or nation,
in order to avert the common ruin,
to give up the most beloved of their children for sacrifice as a ransom to the avenging daemons;
and those who were thus given up were sacrificed with mystic rites."

Monday, December 12, 2011

Sun of Earthquake

The Eagle Bowl of Tonatiuh

The Fifth Epoch:
Sun of Earthquake
12th of August 3113 B.C.E. - 24th of December 2011 C.E.

"After Thirteen Heavens of Decreasing Choice,


Nine Hells of Increasing Doom.

On the final day of the last Hell,

Tezcatlipoca, god of death,

would remove his mask of jade

to reveal himself as

Quetzelcoatl, god of peace.

The Tree of Life shall blossom

with a fruit never before known to creation,

it shall bear the New Spirit of Men."

-an Aztec Prophecy

Sunday, November 27, 2011

The Human Condition

trust and avoidance -

a journey

from ignorance to dependence;

cognitive dissonance at work in a familiar play-

The Human Condition


Ignorance is Bliss When it Comes to Challenging Social Issues

By remaining unaware, people can justify trusting government, study finds

WASHINGTON—The less people know about important complex issues such as the economy, energy consumption and the environment, the more they want to avoid becoming well-informed, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association.

And the more urgent the issue, the more people want to remain unaware, according to a paper published online in APA’s
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology®.

"These studies were designed to help understand the so-called ‘ignorance is bliss’ approach to social issues," said author Steven Shepherd, a graduate student with the University of Waterloo in Ontario. "The findings can assist educators in addressing significant barriers to getting people involved and engaged in social issues."

Through a series of five studies conducted in 2010 and 2011 with 511 adults in the United States and Canada, the researchers described "a chain reaction from ignorance about a subject to dependence on and trust in the government to deal with the issue."



Researchers at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) School of Medicine are studying oxytocin -

In humans,

oxytocin enters the stage during hugging-

the pleasant physical touch scene,

as the supporting actor/ess in the part of the play-

The Human Sexual Response Cycle.

Part of altering the brain signals related to social recognitions,

whilst changing the firing of the amygdala,

-whose starring role is the processor of important emotional stimuli dialogue.

oxytocin -

a potential mediator of human social behavior.

"That’s why oxytocin is sometimes called 'the love hormone...

It's said that the eyes are the window to the soul…

they certainly are the window to the emotional brain.

We know that the eye-to-eye communication

—which is affected by oxytocin—

is critical to intimate emotional communication for all kind of emotions –





Kai MacDonald, M.D., assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at UCSD.

Is 'IT' as simple as a chemical imbalance
playing the primal part of 'IT'S' woes?

Does 'IT' need a hug today?

Friday, November 25, 2011

Occupy your mind around this -

Television, The Drug Of The Nation
One Nation under God
has turned into
One Nation under the influence
of one drug

Television, the drug of the Nation
Breeding ignorance and feeding radiation

T.V., it satellite links
our United States of unconciousness
Apathetic therapeutic and extremely addictive
the methadone metronome pumping out
a 150 channels 24 hours a day
you can flip through all of them
and still there's nothing worth watching

T.V. is the reason why less than ten percent of our
Nation reads books daily
Why most people think Central America
means Kansas
Socialism means unamerican
and Apartheid is a new headache remedy

absorbed in it's world it's so hard to find us
It shapes our minds the most
maybe the mother of our Nation
should remind us
that we're sitting to close to. . .

Television, the drug of the Nation
Breeding ignorance and feeding radiation

T.V. is
the stomping ground for political candidates
Where bears in the woods
are chased by Grecian Formula'd
bald eagles

T.V. is mechanized politic's
remote control over the masses
co-sponsered by environmentally safe gases
watch for the PBS special

It's the perpetuation of the two party system
where image takes precedence over wisdom
Where sound bite politics are served to
the fastfood culture

Where straight teeth in your mouth
are more important than the words
that come out of it
Race baiting is the way to get selected
Willie Horton or
Will he not get elected on . . .

Television, the drug of the Nation
Breeding ignorance and feeding radiation

T.V. is it the reflector or the director?
Does it imitate us or do we imitate it
Because a child watches 1500 murders before he's
twelve years old and we wonder how we've created
a Jason generation that learns to laugh
rather than abhor the horror

T.V. is the place where
armchair generals and quarterbacks can
experience first hand
the excitement of video warfare
as the theme song is sung in the background

Sugar sweet sitcoms
that leave us with a bad actor taste while
pop stars metamorphosize into soda pop stars
You saw the video
You heard the soundtrack
Well now go buy the soft drink
Well, the only cola that I support
would be a union C.O.L.A. (Cost of Living
On Television.

Television, the drug of the Nation
Breeding ignorance and feeding radiation

Back again, "New and Improved",
we return to our irregularly programmed schedule
hidden cleverly between heavy breasted
beer and car commericals

CNN ESPN ABC TNT but mostly B.S.
Where oxymoronic language like
"virtually spotless" "fresh frozen"
"light yet filling" and "military intelligence"
have become standard

T.V. is the place where phrases are redefined
like "recession" to "necessary downturn"
"crude oil" on a beach to "mousse"
"Civilian death" to "collateral damages"
and being killed by your own Army
is now called "friendly fire"

T.V. is the place where the pursuit
of happiness has become the pursuit of trivia
Where toothpaste and cars have become sex objects
Where imagination is sucked out of children
by a cathode ray nipple
T.V. is the only wet nurse
that would create a cripple

Television, the drug of the Nation
Breeding ignorance and feeding radiation
On Television . . .

Disposible Heroes of Hiphopricy

Saturday, October 8, 2011



The Only GOD Human Can See

It is evident- Flora Fauna of Earth flourish with or without human hand.
The weed emerging through macadam bituminous asphalt
The human correction sprayed with herbicide deemed Flora an invasive species, therefore, undesireable.

Flora and Fauna, if given It's druthers, would happily prefer that humans did not exist upon Earth.
For man's existence upon Earth has been one of disharmony and, ultimately, the prime contributor to the extinction of Life on Earth.
A fact seen throughout human history up into this present time.
The Earth suffers humans upon Her breast, sucking the Life from Her, without prejudice. What good and pleasant contribution has the human experience wrought in honor of Earth's Flora Fauna?
Everything humans put hands upon has turned to shit.
The insult most grand to the Realm that has given, unbiasedly, human's the right to exist- AIR to breath- WATER to quench thirst-FLORA FAUNA to sait hunger.

The unspoken reality-without Earth, human would NOT exist.

The unspoken reality- without human, Earth would exist.

The Earth, quite a simple truth, need not the correction nor the recognition of human in It's traverse across the Universe.
Alas, Earth has become the footstool of a perverted race of creatures.
Without thought, human will break off a piece of Earth to wipe it's ass; and not for once be thankful that at one time, that reviled shit, was the very Flora Fauna that was once craved to quell hunger and sustain human life.
Human preach the message of a love from a god.

A human named jesus said you will know them by their fruit.

If humans believe they are their god's people;

is this the fruit of their gospel?

A Song of Birth @ 10:05 p.m. the 8th of October 52 years ago

Spirit- Randy California Natures Way Promo 1995

Thank you tcdewe4354 for uploading on Dec 10, 2007

Friday, October 7, 2011


The Nature of Revolution

"...revolution is seldom so sudden, so spectacular, so disorganizing...

The course of social change is lower, deeper.

The reversal of social attitudes toward the basic institutions of the community is not alone the work of a skirmish between Roundheads and Cavaliers, the storming of a Bastille, a Boston Tea Party, or the mutiny of a few regiments of the Russian Imperial Guard.

Revolution is rather the final critical culmination of a long series of social changes.

The crumbling institutional controls break down.

The basic consensus of the society is dissipated.

Chaos and turmoil are inevitable until a new consensus is evolved.

A revolution is a cumulative rather than a precipitate crisis."

pages 972-973 of Chapter 24 in Part 5 from:




Associate professor of Sociology
University of Kansas

Assistant Professor of Sociology
Dartmouth College

Copyright, 1934, 1941, by Harper & Brothers

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

News: I die here to prove evil is here

from an old lady in Fukushima


We appreciate your devotion from our heart.


Gradually, we are getting to know that the nuclear is the disguised devil. We may call it an improvement.


Fukushima disaster will never be settled. never.


Authorities will conceal it forever.


We are visiting the disaster refugee’s shelters to listen to them every Tuesday.


Someone from Namie cho cried, "It’s full of lies. will never read newspaper or TV."


"I wish I was killed by Tsunami", she says too.


She also says, "Authorities and EXPERTS tell us to go back to our contaminated hometown.

First of all, they should live with their children and grandchildren."


How could I cheer them up?


People in power deceive us. This is the truth.


Japan took the wrong way from the very beginning after WWW2.


It kills me to see Japanese people still trust their "official" announcement full of lies.
Nothing has been learnt since WWW2.
I see the endless madness and stupidity of Japanese race in today’s situation.


"Left and stand alone in the dark."


This is the reality of all the Fukushima citizens.


We know the dawn won’t come. However, we can’t help living here day after day.


and we are going to die here.


As evidence of all the sin, crime, evil, and deception of them.



Fukushima will never be settled.

I die here
to prove evil is here.


9/30/2011 in Fukushima

Posted by Mochizuki on October 3rd, 2011




Not in my backyard

Not in my backyard
(dooryard open from 9a.m. to 5p.m. Monday- Friday)
This plot of land
groomed for my protection.
Four walled enclave
free from invasion.
Complacent one,
self absorbed,
within hot house glass.
Duck and cover
a thing of the past.
Nuclear family
atomic blast.
You look down upon the lesser with disdain,
handicapped yourself,
you reserve the right to bitch and complain.
This bubble you create
imperfect obtuse,
encroaches on others
familiarity becomes abuse.
Not in my back yard
boast of impenetrable façade;
as a bulldozer wrecks your fragile ego
with one swift motion
across the whole subdivision.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Follow Your Heart, it is Smarter Than You Think

17 Mar 2011 - 9:13am

Follow Your Heart, it is Smarter Than You Think

by Rebecca Cherry

Recently, Neurophysicists have been astonished to discover that the Heart is more an organ of intelligence, than (merely) the bodies' main pumping station. More than half of the Heart is actually composed of neurons of the very same nature as those that make up the cerebral system.

Joseph Chilton-Pearce, author of The Biology of Transcendence, calls it "the major biological apparatus within us and the seat of our greatest intelligence." The Heart is also the source of the body's strongest electromagnetic field. Each heart cell is unique in that it not only pulsates in synchrony with all the other heart cells, but also produces an electromagnetic signal that radiates out beyond the cell. An EEG that measures brain waves shows that the electromagnetic signals from the heart are so much stronger than brain waves, that a reading of the heart's frequency spectrum can be taken from three feet away from the body...without placing electrodes on it!

The Heart's electromagnetic frequency arcs out from the Heart and back in the form of a torus field. The axis of this Heart torus extends from the pelvic floor to the top of the skull, and the whole field is holographic, meaning that information about it can be read from each and every point in the torus.

The Hearts' torus electromagnetic field is not the only source that emits this type of electromagnetic field. Every atom emits the same torus field. The Earth is also at the center of a torus, so is the solar system and even our galaxy...and all are holographic.

Scientists believe there is a good possibility that there is only one universal torus encompassing an infinite number of interacting, holographic tori within its spectrum. Because electromagnetic torus fields are holographic, it is more than likely that the sum total of our Universe is present within the frequency spectrum of a single torus.

This means that each one of us is connected to the entire Universe and as such, can access all the information within it at any given moment. When we get quiet and access what we hold in our Hearts, we are literally connecting to the limitless supply and Wisdom of the Universe, thereby enabling what we perceive as "miracles" to enter into our lives.

When we disconnect and shut down the Heart's innate wisdom of Love-based thinking, the ego-based intellect takes over and operates independently of the Heart, and we revert to a survival mentality based on fear, greed, power, and control.

In this way, we come to believe that we are separate, our perception of life shifts into one of limitation and scarcity, and one in which we must fight in order to survive.

This amazing organ, that we often time ignore, neglect and build walls around, is where we can find our strength, our faith, our courage and our compassion, enabling our higher emotional intelligence that can, if we allow it, guide us through our lives.

We must now switch the gears out of the fear-based mental state that we have been taught to believe in, and move into Heart Centered living. For this transformation to take place, one must learn to meditate, "go into your Heart" and access the inner wisdom of the Universe.

It is the only way, it is THE WAY.

As each one of us begins this quiet revolution of living from the Heart, we will begin to see it reflected in our lives and in our World.

This is how each one of us will create change in the world, create Peace, create Harmony and Balance, and in this way, will we all create the New World Paradigm of Heaven on Earth.

~~~~in love and spirit, sensi




Monday, September 12, 2011

Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus

nature's way

It's nature's way of telling you something's wrong
It's nature's way of telling you in a song
It's nature's way of receiving you
It's nature's way of retrieving you
It's nature's way of telling you
Something's wrong

It's nature's way of telling you, summer breeze
It's nature's way of telling you, dying trees
It's nature's way of receiving you
It's nature's way of retrieving you
It's nature's way of telling you
Something's wrong
It's nature's way, it's nature's way
It's nature's way, it's nature's way

It's nature's way of telling you
Something's wrong
It's nature's way of telling you
In a song, oh-h

It's nature's way of receiving you
It's nature's way
It's nature's way of retrieving you
It's nature's way
It's nature's way of telling you
Something's wrong, something's wrong, something's wrong

Sunday, August 14, 2011

The Ages of American Law

The Ages of American Law

"Law reflects, but in no sense determines the moral worth of a society....
The better the society, the less law there will be.
In Heaven, there will be no law, and the lion will lie down with the lamb....
The worse the society, the more law there will be.
In Hell, there will be nothing but law, and due process will be meticulously observed."

Grant Gilmore
The Ages of American Law (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1977), pp. 110-111.

In Search of the Primitive

The Rule of Law versus the Order of Custom

In Search of the Primitive

"... We live in a law-ridden society;
law has cannibalized the institutions which it presumably reinforces or with which it interacts....
[W]e are encouraged to assume that legal behavior is the measure of moral behavior....
Efforts to legislate conscience by an external political power are the antithesis of custom:
customary behavior comprises precisely those aspects of social behavior which are traditional,
moral and religious--
in short,
conventional and nonlegal.
Put another way, custom is social morality,
the relation between custom and law is basically one of contradiction, not continuity.
"Thus, law is symptomatic of the emergence of the state. ...
spontaneous, traditional, personal, commonly known, corporate, relatively unchanging--
is the modality of primitive society;
law is the instrument of civilization,
of political society sanctioned by organized force,
presumably above society at large and buttressing a new set of social interests.
Law and custom both involve the regulation of behavior
but their characters are entirely distinct...."

Diamond, Stanley,
"The Rule of Law versus the Order of Custom,"
In Search of the Primitive [Transaction Publishers, 1981];
also in Bonsignore, et al., Before The Law, Fifth editon [Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1994]

Friday, August 12, 2011

"Protected by Saturn, Planet of Silence, I am the soldier of destruction and rebirth. I am Sailor Saturn." - Sailor Saturn

The Alan Parsons Project Eye in the Sky

I can read your mind looking at you

Inspired by
Alan Parsons Project
a student of Protean thought

Eye in the Sky

Eye In The Sky

Eric Woolfson Alan Parsons
with Alan Parsons Project
sung by Eric Woolfson

Don't think sorry's easily said
Don't try turning tables instead
You've taken lots of chances before
But I ain't gonna give any more
Don't ask me
That's how it goes
Cause part of me knows what you're thinkin'

Don't say words you're gonna regret
Don't let the fire rush to your head
I've heard the accusation before
And I ain't gonna take any more
Believe me
The sun in your Eyes
Made some of the lies worth believing

I am the eye in the sky
Looking at you, I can read your mind
I am the maker of rules
Dealing with fools, I can cheat you blind
And I don't need to see any more to know that
I can read your mind looking at you
I can read your mind looking at you
I can read your mind looking at you
I can read your mind

Don't leave false illusions behind
Don't cry, I ain't changing my mind
So find another fool like before
Cause I ain't gonna live anymore believing
Some of the lies while
all of the signs are deceiving




Eye In The Sky released 1982 by Arista

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

The Poppy Popo- Backstory

March 31, 2006
Notes from the Pentagon
Unrestricted warfare
Poppy season
Army Maj. Gen. Benjamin Freakley, the new top U.S. officer in Afghanistan,
offered this picture of the heroin trade there:
"You have a confluence in Helmand of criminals and Taliban and poor farmers, and the poor farmers raise poppy because the Helmand River gives them a water source, the soil is good, and the climate is very good for growing poppy. And so they can produce a rather large amount of poppy with a very small investment of time and labor in their fields.
"That poppy then is produced by primarily narco-trafficking organizations that move it out of Helmand and into other parts of the country and then out of the country. And with the funding that they get, they then can provide money to primarily Taliban, not so much al Qaeda, in Helmand. They can provide funds to the Taliban to recruit fighters, to train fighters, to buy weapons and arms. And in many cases, some of the farmers are threatened by the Taliban to either continue to grow the poppy to generate the funds or face death."
Bill Gertz and Rowan Scarborough are Pentagon reporters.
Gertz can be reached at 202/636-3274 or by e-mail at
Scarborough can be reached at 202/636-3208 or by e-mail at

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

With a new breed of men sent down from heaven

Virgil - The Eclogues
Eclogue IV
For thee, O boy,
First shall the earth, untilled, pour freely forth
Her childish gifts, the gadding ivy-spray
With foxglove and Egyptian bean-flower mixed,
And laughing-eyed acanthus. Of themselves,
Untended, will the she-goats then bring home
Their udders swollen with milk, while flocks afield
Shall of the monstrous lion have no fear.
Thy very cradle shall pour forth for thee
Caressing flowers. The serpent too shall die,
Die shall the treacherous poison-plant, and far
And wide Assyrian spices spring. But soon
As thou hast skill to read of heroes' fame,
And of thy father's deeds, and inly learn
What virtue is, the plain by slow degrees
With waving corn-crops shall to golden grow,
From the wild briar shall hang the blushing grape,
And stubborn oaks sweat honey-dew. Nathless
Yet shall there lurk within of ancient wrong
Some traces, bidding tempt the deep with ships,
Gird towns with walls, with furrows cleave the earth.
Therewith a second Tiphys shall there be,
Her hero-freight a second Argo bear;
New wars too shall arise, and once again
Some great Achilles to some Troy be sent.
Then, when the mellowing years have made thee man,
No more shall mariner sail, nor pine-tree bark
Ply traffic on the sea, but every land
Shall all things bear alike: the glebe no more
Shall feel the harrow's grip, nor vine the hook;
The sturdy ploughman shall loose yoke from steer,
Nor wool with varying colours learn to lie;
But in the meadows shall the ram himself,
Now with soft flush of purple, now with tint
Of yellow saffron, teach his fleece to shine.
While clothed in natural scarlet graze the lambs.
"Such still, such ages weave ye, as ye run,"
Sang to their spindles the consenting Fates
By Destiny's unalterable decree.
Assume thy greatness, for the time draws nigh,
Dear child of gods, great progeny of Jove!
See how it totters- the world's orbed might,
Earth, and wide ocean, and the vault profound,
All, see, enraptured of the coming time!
Ah! might such length of days to me be given,
And breath suffice me to rehearse thy deeds,
Nor Thracian Orpheus should out-sing me then,
Nor Linus, though his mother this, and that
His sire should aid- Orpheus Calliope,
And Linus fair Apollo. Nay, though Pan,
With Arcady for judge, my claim contest,
With Arcady for judge great Pan himself
Should own him foiled, and from the field retire.
Begin to greet thy mother with a smile,
O baby-boy! ten months of weariness
For thee she bore: O baby-boy, begin!
For him, on whom his parents have not smiled,
Gods deem not worthy of their board or bed.

37 B.C.E

Saturday, August 6, 2011

Kepler, His Mysterium Cosmographicum, The Kube

"Now the Virgin returns,
the reign of Saturn returns,
now a new generation descends from heaven on high.
Only do thou, pure Lucina, smile on the birth If the child,
under whom the iron brood shall first cease,
and a golden race spring up throughout the world!"
The return of the Golden Age upon the rule of Saturn
-Virgil in his famous Fourth Eclogue

Inspired by the work of-
Ivar Nielsen Natural Philosopher
Baltic Island of Bornholm, Denmark

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Is The Beauty of a Sculpture in the Brain of the Beholder?

From an article by Cinzia Di Dio, Emiliano Macaluso, and Giacomo Rizzolatti

Is there an objective biological basis for the experience of beauty in
art? Or is aesthetic experience entirely subjective? This question has
been addressed in a paper published in this week's PLoS ONE, Cinzia Di
Dio, Emiliano Macaluso and Giacomo Rizzolatti. The researchers used
fMRI scans to study the neural activity in subjects with no knowledge
of art criticism, who were shown images of Classical and Renaissance

The 'objective' perspective was examined by contrasting images of
Classical and Renaissance sculptures of canonical proportions, with
images of the same sculptures whose proportions were altered to create
a comparable degraded aesthetic value. In terms of brain activations,
this comparison showed that the presence of the "golden ratio" in the
original material activated specific sets of cortical neurons as well
as (crucially) the insula, a structure mediating emotions. This
response was particularly apparent when participants were only required
to observe the stimuli; that is, when the brain reacted most
spontaneously to the images presented.

The 'subjective' perspective was evaluated by contrasting beautiful vs.
ugly sculptures, this time as judged by each participant who decided
whether or not the sculpture was aesthetic. The images judged to be
beautiful selectively activated the right amygdala, a structure that
responds to learned incoming information laden with emotional value.

These results indicate that, in observers naive to art criticism, the
sense of beauty is mediated by two non-mutually exclusive processes:
one is based on a joint activation of sets of cortical neurons,
triggered by parameters intrinsic to the stimuli, and the insula
(objective beauty); the other is based on the activation of the
amygdala, driven by one's own emotional experiences (subjective
beauty). The researchers conclude that both objective and subjective
factors intervene in determining our appreciation of an artwork.

The history of art is replete with the constant tension between
objective values and subjective judgments. This tension is deepened
when artists discover new aesthetic parameters that may appeal for
various reasons, be they related to our biological heritage, or simply
to fashion or novelty. Still, the central question remains: when the
fashion and novelty expire, could their work ever become a permanent
patrimony of humankind without a resonance induced by some biologically
inherent parameters?

To read the entire article and see the actual images that served as test objects, go to:

Article found at:

Friday, July 1, 2011

Rite of Pharmakos

Rite of Pharmakos
Conducted at the seashore, or on the banks of running water that will carry away the ashes,
ultimately to the sea.
Otherwise, the burning of Pharmakos should occur in such as way that the next day the ashes can be gathered and transported to the seashore or a great river.
It must not take place in a temenos-holy precinct, as it involves all the impurities of which we wish to dispose.
At the end of this rite it is appropriate for a special khernips, or handwashing,
before any other thing is set to be done.
Having touched an impure thing, the Pharmakos, one would not wish to handle any sacred thing until purified.
At Athens-
Pharmakos was a real human being, or sometimes two:
a man and a woman,
criminal scapegoat,
condemned to death and chosen for their ugliness.
In other Cities of People there is a simalacrum of two Pharmakoi,
a male and a female effigy,
in difficult years,
a Unisex Pharmakos made up the lack of the City of People.
Pharmakos was crafted with combustible straw and adorned with a necklace of figs:
white figs representing the male,
black figs representing the female.
Unisex Pharmakos donned with both strings of figs woven together.
Pharmakos was then led all around the City of People standing in a circle, facing outward.
Pharmakos is carried around clockwise of the outside of the City of People,
as each person 'puts upon' Pharmakos all those things which he or she considers bad,
which she or he wants out of his or her life, and out of the life of the Tribe.
This 'putting upon' may occur in many ways.
The thing to be disposed of may be written down with the paper then shoved into the body of Pharmakos,
it may be addressed in words to Pharmakos, either silently or out loud.
This is a rite in which the emotions of anger or hatred are perfectly appropriate,
because this is the time for being rid of them.
Rage directed at Pharmakos, as the personification of all the bad things in life, is rage to be exorcised.
Hitting and spitting on Pharmakos is to be expected by all.
As Pharmakos has completely been led throughout the vulgar multitude visibly abused,
it is then strangled and burned.
It's sole purpose is to rid the City of People of primitive and barbaric realities of their lives,
to prevent those things from doing damage during the rest of the year.

When a society provides no real and personal release of the pressures,
which it puts upon its constituents,
there will be explosions,
and the toll will be terrible.

Sunday, June 26, 2011

----------------- the probability of a launch ........................................

The “Apocalypse Equation” refers to report authored by Audrey Tomason suggesting that it would be more humane for our world to undergo a “planned and controlled genocide” rather than to see it descend into the abyss of chaos it is now entering.

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Giuliana Conforto, "Man's Cosmic Game and Giordano Bruno's Future Science"

"We have people making definite judgments and proclaiming certainties
about the nature of life and creation
when we can't even see 99.5% of our own universe!"

there might be


"For almost a hundred years science has been haunted by a dark secret,
that there might be mysterious, hidden worlds beyond our human senses.
Mystics have long claimed there were such places.
They were, they said, full of ghosts and spirits -
but ever since the 19th century physicists have been trying to make sense of an uncomfortable discovery.
When they tried to pin point the exact location of atomic particles like electrons,
they found it was utterly impossible.
They had no single location.
The only explanation is that the particles don't just exist in our universe.
They slip in and out of existence in other universes,
an infinite number of parallel universes,
all of them slightly different."

-opening narrative from 2002 BBC science series Horizon

The Children of the Shadows

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

'Baby valley of death'

International Medical Veritas Association:
Pulled from:
Prestigious doctor: US nuclear 'Baby valley of death,' Millions to die (video)
By Deborah Dupre, Human Rights Examiner
June 20, 2011 2:14 am ET

Friday, June 10, 2011

All Signs MUST be hand held

sensuality of the capitalist wish society

Critique of Cynical Reason
Our image world
crawls with naked bodies
that build up flourishing worlds of stimuli
for voyeurism
the brain
sensuality of the capitalist wish society...
Because the commodity society can only function on the basis of disembodiment,
its members are consumed by a hunger for images of the body,
including one's own body image.

In Search of the Primitive

Get back. Get back. Get back to where you once belong.

No more are we going to stand around ...

"No more are we going to stand around ...
This is not the end of The Longest Walk!"
Phillip Deere
Akwesasne Notes, Summer 1978 (pp. 4-5)
We are part of nature. Our pipes are red. Our faces, many times, we paint red. But we represent the Creation. We hear about Red Power. There are many definitions to Red Power.
Sometimes we refer to Red as the blood. But all colors of Man have the same color of blood. The fish life, they have blood also. The animals, too, have red blood. Everyone has red blood. But everyone was not made out of the red clay of America.
Only the Indian people are the original people of America. Our roots are buried deep in the soils of America. We are the only people who have continued with the oldest religion in this country. We are the people who still yet speak the languages given to us by the Creator. Our religion has survived, our languages have survived.
Long before this building (the Capital) was built, my ancestors talked the language that I talk today. And I hope to see my Indian people continue to live long after this building crumbles! (applause).
I see, in the future, perhaps this civilization is coming near to the end. For that reason, we have continued with the instructions of our ancestors. We are the only people who know how to survive in this country. We have existed here for thousands and thousands of years. The smartest man in America does not know and cannot date the time that we originated.
This is our homeland. We came from no other country. Regardless of how many millions and millions of dollars are spent on an Indian, to make him someone else, all these millions have failed to make a White Man out of the Indian. We are the evidence of the Western Hemisphere!
We still yet walk across the entire United States to come here to present to you the problems that we have. Even though we see many sympathizers, non-Indians, who share with us and who have feelings for us, and perhaps even feel sorry for us, but as an Indian, I feel sorry for the non-Indian. I can see the confusion among them. This society is confused. I can see that as a bystander.
If I were with the society, I too would be confused. In the beginning of time, when everything was created, our ancestors also came about in this part of the world. There is no Indian here, on these grounds, that will say that we came across the Bering Straits. There is no Indian standing among us who will say that we descended from apes and monkeys.
We have always looked at ourselves as human beings. In some institutions we are told that man descended from apes and monkeys! I sometimes believe that there ARE some people that descended from apes and monkeys! That's why in the past two hundred years, there are some people who do not understand what an Indian is. That's how come they don't understand what these eleven bills are all about.
These bills affect human beings. We are the original people here. No one can tell us how to live here! No one is able to direct our lives! We have forgotten in a short time what when the first people landed on our shores, they could not survive. Even the pilgrims could not survive. The Indians showed them the way of survival. We taught them how to live.
We taught them how to plant corn. That corn was a Tree of Life for us. We showed them that this is life here in America. And they survived.
Not too many years afterwards, foreign agents came to our house and tried to tell us how to farm. Not too many years afterwards, they began to tell us how to live. They began to tell us that our religion was wrong, our way of life was no good. This is not the agreement that we made. This is not the treaty that we made with the U.S. government, or any other country.
We agreed that we would remain as independent nations, that we would be sovereign people. It was understood that these people who were seeking freedom could have their freedom and have the same soil to share here, with us. We had enough room for these people because we lived by an understood law. A law that we had for thousands of years.
We had an unchanging government. The law of love, peace, and respect, no man-made laws will ever take the place of it! And this is the law that we have always lived by.
Because we understood this law, every Indian door was open. Through these doors walked Christopher Columbus. Through these doors walked the Pilgrims, because of that law of love and respect that we had for all human beings.
But time changed. After entering our door, they took advantage of the Native people here. Their greed -- we have seen it. Many of our people have died. Many of our people were massacred because they wanted more land. We gave them land through treaties. We gave and we gave, and we have no more to give today!
Not only land was taken. Even the culture, even the religion, under man-made laws, were taken away from the Native people. But we managed to survive. We continued with our way of life.
The jailhouses, the prisons in this country, are no more than four hundred years old. Prior to the coming of Columbus, more than four hundred tribes, speaking different languages, having different ways, having different religions, lived here. None of these tribes had jailhouses. They had no prison walls. They had no insane asylums. No country today can exist without them! Why did we not have any prisons? Why did we not have jailhouses or insane asylums? Because we lived by an understood law.
We understood what life is all about. To this day, we are not confused. My elders, spiritual leaders, medicine men, clan mothers, have no disagreements. We are not that confused. We come to you with one mind. We do not disagree on our religion. I have never tried to convert the Lakota people into Muskogee ways.
On every corner there is a church, each of them trying to convert the other one. We did not come here with that kind of confusion. We respect one another's religion. We respect one another's visions. That is our only way of existing in this country here -- that is our survival. This is our strength. Even though we are greatly outnumbered, our ideas will overcome those numbers!
A confused society cannot exist forever. The first people who came here were lost. They are still yet lost! They have been confused so much, we have to go on the green light and stop on the red one. We have been separated from the natural way of life so far that the government doesn't understand the Indian language.
People in this society have been driven away, and have been taken away so far from reality that they will not sit down under a tree and talk to us. They won't even sit down in their office to listen to the Indian. We have experienced this all this time, even in the local offices at home. Those who are holding positions through the government refuse to listen to the grassroots Indians because they have been so far away from that natural way of thinking. They have to look at a piece of paper and get directions from the higher-ups. Even their minds are controlled. They can't make decisions for themselves.
Now we understand that the bills that affect us, affect the grassroots people. Not the ones that are trying to be an Indian in Hollywood, but the Indian at home on reservations. These bills are affecting them.
This is not the first time that the Indian people have walked so many miles. I am, as I said, from the Muskogee tribe, known also as the Creek tribe. If you study your history, my ancestral homelands were in Georgia, and it so happens that the President is from there. He knows why I am here! (applause).
The Long Walk began in Georgia and Alabama and Florida. We thought it ended in Oklahoma, but it did not end there. So I have taken part in the Long Walk again. Every tribe has a trail of tears. We wonder when it is going to end. I would like to see the time come when we can act like human beings and be able to sit around and iron our problems out.
We never say anything about the Geneva Conference here in the United States. The press did not bring this out. Why? Documents were presented there that were so damaging! It was a disgrace to this country! Why does the Native of America have to go to another country to seek human rights?
Today, we too are interested in human rights, as well as those people in Berlin. How much rights does the Indian have? If there is anyone here who is a non-Indian, do not look at me as the most discriminated against. Look at yourself. My people have never discriminated against me. But I think the White man is most discriminated against because he is discriminated against by his own kind. I learned this through Watergate!
The truth! We are the believers in the truth, and not in facts as this society follows. We believe in the truth. Many times you may want to know how many people I represent. I represent the truth. And I represent the future generations of my people.
It makes me wonder. If the Indian can be slapped around and shoved around all these years, who is going to be the next Indian? A few years ago, Black people fought for what they wanted. They could see the signs in many states. On the doors was written, "NO COLOREDS ALLOWED." We don't see that any more. But they had to fight for it.
Today we see another sign on there that doesn't have anything to do with your color. We've seen it over and over. I am using it as an example -- I'm not saying whether it is good or bad. But on that door that no colored sign is not there, but there is a sign that says, "No Shirt. No Shoes. No Service." (laughter)
It doesn't say anything about your color any more. But in the future, you will probably be the next Indian. If you are not careful, you are going to be the next Indian. After a while, we are going to walk up to that door and we are going to read a sign that says, " All the People with Mustaches, Stay Out!"
In the future, there is going to be somebody else suffering. He too will wake up one day and find out that he has no rights. He too will find out that he is not a free person either. We can see that, very much like the shadow of the clouds that come over us. We can see that as a shadow today. And I am sure that my children will live long enough to see that all the freedom will be taken from all human beings. Already this is going on.
You talk about discriminating against the Indians. Don't think that is an Indian problem. You had better wake up. You had better find out where you stand as a free person!
Again we come here to educate the American people about what is going on in this country. The present-day problems of the Indian people have not been looked into yet. It is time that American people be educated in a proper way. The Native people you will see today. No matter how many of my brothers are jailed, no matter how many of them will go down into graves. You may silence me by a bullet some day. You may put me behind the bars some day. But that will not kill, and that will not jail the religion of my ancestors!
The movement of the Indian people will continue to go on. We have been made indestructible! Today the younger generation of my people stands up in pride of the Indian people. No more are we going to stand around and watch these bills go by. We're not going to have this any more. We are going to continue to march! This is not the end of The Longest Walk!
We are going to continue to walk, and walk, and walk until we find freedom for all the Native people! And I will remind you, you may not be an Indian, but you better join us. Your life is at stake. Your survival depends on this. At one time the churches told us that there is only one way. But now I am looking at their church membership. They are declining. How come their children don't want to go to church any more? How come that businessman's son doesn't want to go to church any more? He prefers to be out on the road hitchhiking. He prefers to be running around with his shirt off! So, what does that mean? It means that the only freedom that our young people have is to walk around here barefooted, because it means comfort. And nothing will take the place of being comfortable and satisfied in life! And that's what we are here for! HO!
Copyright for this article is held by Akwesasne Notes, Mohawk Nation, via Rooseveltown, NY, USA
Related Material, including "Geneva, 1977: A Report on the Hemispheric Movement of Indigenous Peoples," was published by Akwesasne Notes in Basic Call to Consciousness [Revised edition, 1991: Book Publishing Co., PO Box 99, Summertown, TN 38483 USA (ISBN: 091399023X)]
"A Conversation with Phillip Deere" videorecording made at the Wampanoag Sovereignty Conference in Mashpee, Massachusetts, 1979, is available at the University of Massachusetts/Amherst Library [Call Number V1340].

Monday, May 16, 2011

The “Wetiko” psychosis-

"I believe that the exploitative consumption of the earth, the living creatures of the earth, and, above all, other human beings and their homelands, constitute actual, real, unmitigated cannibalism. Tragically, the cannibalism of which I write has become more and more an acceptable part of modern economic and personal exploitation, with those who do the consuming giving little or no thought to the diminishing or even elimination of the lives of those at the receiving end of their quest for profit and super-sustenance.
...the accumulation of Wetiko deeds has accelerated to the point where we face severe environmental and societal hazards such as to threaten the very fabric of life on this incredibly beautiful and loving planet. We are destroying our home with our grasping after wealth, power, advantage, and materialism. We seem willing to push selfishness (individual and national) to an obscene degree."
Jack D Forbes

Sunday, April 24, 2011


A Conviction
A Box
existing subjectively in the mind,
induced by argument,
accepted by social pursuasion.
'If they are believing,
it must be alright.'

Song of a Man who has come through

Song of a Man who has come through

NOT I, not I, but the wind that blows through me!
A fine wind is blowing the new direction of Time.
If only I let it bear me, carry me, if only it carry me!
If only I am sensitive, subtle, oh, delicate, a winged gift!
If only, most lovely of all, I yield myself and am
By the fine, fine wind that takes its course through the
chaos of the world
Like a fine, an exquisite chisel, a wedge-blade inserted;
If only I am keen and hard like the sheer tip of a wedge
Driven by invisible blows,
The rock will split, we shall come at the wonder, we
shall find the Hesperides.

Oh, for the wonder that bubbles into my soul,
I would be a good fountain, a good well-head,
Would blur no whisper, spoil no expression.
What is the knocking?
What is the knocking at the door in the night?
It is somebody want to do us harm.

No, no, it is the three strange angels.
Admit them, admit them.

D.H. Lawrence