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The Devil’s in the Slide 12 - Sleazo Inputs Pt. 1 or What’s New, Pussycat?

The Devil’s in the Slide 12 - Sleazo Inputs Pt. 1 or What’s New, Pussycat?

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If the counterculture didn’t play a significant role in shaping Manson and his followers, we have to look at what did. In Helter Skelter, Bugliosi refers to a semi-private conversation between Manson and himself, supervised by a bailiff. He suspected that Manson had developed the Helter Skelter motive as an informal acolyte of the Process Church of the Final Judgment. To test this theory, he asked Manson if he had ever heard the name Robert Moore. Manson smiled and told Bugliosi that he and Moore were one and the same.

Granted, Moore and Manson look somewhat alike. Yet both deliberately donned the stereotypical appearance of Jesus. Moore claimed to be Christ. Manson allowed his followers to infer that he was Christ (Man’s son). So that they share a physical resemblance isn’t that remarkable. At the same time, they could not have been one and the same. There’s copious evidence to prove that Moore’s movements back and forth between London, Los Angeles and Xtul occurred independently of Manson, who was incarcerated for part of that time.
If the counterculture didn’t play a significant role in shaping Manson and his followers, we have to look at what did. In Helter Skelter, Bugliosi refers to a semi-private conversation between Manson and himself, supervised by a bailiff. He suspected that Manson had developed the Helter Skelter motive as an informal acolyte of the Process Church of the Final Judgment. To test this theory, he asked Manson if he had ever heard the name Robert Moore. Manson smiled and told Bugliosi that he and Moore were one and the same.

Granted, Moore and Manson look somewhat alike. Yet both deliberately donned the stereotypical appearance of Jesus. Moore claimed to be Christ. Manson allowed his followers to infer that he was Christ (Man’s son). So that they share a physical resemblance isn’t that remarkable. At the same time, they could not have been one and the same. There’s copious evidence to prove that Moore’s movements back and forth between London, Los Angeles and Xtul occurred independently of Manson, who was incarcerated for part of that time.

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Thursday, October 02, 2008The Devil’s in the Slide: Sleazo Inputs Pt !" or #hat’s $e%, Pussycat& I' the counterculture didn’t play a si(ni'icant role in shapin( )anson and his 'ollo%ers, %e have to loo* at %hat did In
 Helter Skelter 
, +u(liosi re'ers to a sei-private conversation bet%een )anson and hisel', supervised by a baili'' .e suspected that )anson had developed the .elter S*elter otive as an in'oral acolyte o' the Process /hurch o' the inal 1ud(ent To test this theory, he as*ed )anson i' he had ever heard the nae obert )oore )anson siled and told +u(liosi that he and )oore %ere one and the sae3ranted, )oore and )anson loo* soe%hat ali*e 4et both deliberately donned the stereotypical appearance o' 1esus )oore claied to be /hrist )anson allo%ed his 'ollo%ers to in'er that he %as /hrist 5)an’s son6 So that they share a physical reseblance isn’t that rear*able 7t the sae tie, they could not have been one and the sae There’s copious evidence to prove that )oore’s oveents  bac* and 'orth bet%een ondon, os 7n(eles and 9tul occurred independently o' )anson, %ho %as incarcerated 'or part o' that tie+u(liosi *ne% that )anson and )oore %ere t%o di''erent people, and understood )anson’s stateent as an a''iration o' the (uru’s teachin(s, not an alternate identity or alias )anson siply eant that he and )oore %ere on the sae pa(e $evertheless, the connection bet%een the Process and )anson still intri(ued the prosecutor, even thou(h he did not present this in'oration in trial .e noted, 'or eaple, that )anson and the Process shared a nuber o' *ey ideas irst, %as the 'undaental belie' in 'ear ear, accordin( to both, ade one hypera%are o' the truly iportant, instead o' the super'icially pro'ound )anson’s preachin( stressed the iportance o' aintainin( a constant state o' aniety 7s ;uoted by the a'oreentioned
 Rolling Stone
 article, he said:.ave you ever seen the coyote in the desert& #atchin(, tuned in, copletely a%are /hrist on the cross, the coyote in the desert -- it’s the sae thin(, an The coyote is beauti'ul .e oves throu(h the desert delicately, a%are o' everythin(, loo*in( around .e hears every sound, sells every sell, sees everythin( that oves .e’s in a state o' total paranoia, and total paranoia is total a%areness+u(liosi noticed other siilarities, soe lar(e, soe sall or starters, the Process re'erred to theselves as <The aily,= a nae the slippies %ould coe to be *no%n as soon as their notoriety hit the 'ront pa(e The 'ascistic bent o' the Process that 'orced )arianne aith'ul to leave the (roup %as re'lected in their sybol 5le't6 a stylized s%asti*a-li*e lo(o consistin( o' 'our overlappin( >P’s’ )anson and his 'ollo%ers, %ho eplained their reverence to 7dol' .itler by declarin( that he <leveled the *ara o' the 1e%s, carved s%asti*as onto their 'oreheads durin( the trialThere’s evidence )anson had soe contact %ith all o' these (roups, or their teachin(s In San rancisco, 'or eaple, they lived t%o bloc*s a%ay 'ro a proinent Process eber, ?ictor #ild 5a*a +rother @ly6 )any sources place )anson, ever curious about his surroundin(s, at #ild’s residence durin( this tie 7lso, +ruce Davis %or*ed at the Scientolo(y o''ice in ondon be'ore his days %ith )anson, and had contacts %ith the ProcessSanders cited a person identi'ied only as +laine, %ho %rote an article 'or an unnaed +er*eley
 
ne%spaper +laine reported that he personally *ne% )anson in San rancisco, and that they had et by chance, despite havin( a utual 'riend7ccordin( to +laine, )anson participated in a death cult, %hich he called the inal /hurch o' 1ud(ent 5perhaps he eant Process /hurch o' the inal 1ud(ent&6 One 'action o' this cult et at a place called the Devil .ouse, located on #aller Street This %as a particularly chauvinistic bunch, 'or %oen %ere not allo%ed into the inner sanctu, %here the (roup per'ored their rituals Instead, the #aller Devil .ouse had a special roo 'or %oen to stay %hile their en did their thin( They even 'orbade anythin(  but ale-on-ale se %hile in the houseIn Deceber o' !AB8, accordin( to +laine, The leader o' Devil .ouse, ather P, suoned a eetin( )anson arrived 'ro Spahn anch %ith a %oan in to% 5Cud(in( 'ro the description, ost li*ely 7t*ins6 Once assebled, they conducted a <trial= to deterine the (uilt or innocence o' a eber nic*naed Sadyi on the char(e o' <coittin( cries a(ainst .ai(ht-7shbury, a(ainst nature and 'or cries a(ainst Pussycat a t%enty-year-old ale, presuably Sadyi’s se partnerE= They char(ed Sadyi o' causin( the deon possession o' Pussycat, so part o' the trial consisted o' a torturous eorcis ritual In the iddle o' the proceedin(s, ather P ordered )anson to steal holy %ater 'ro a nearby church so that they could carry onDespite Pussycat’s victi status, ather P threatened to *ill hi +ut those in attendance voted to spare his li'e that ni(ht, %hereupon 7t*ins and )anson returned to Spahn anch+laine also %rote that ather P %ent to os 7n(eles to eet %ith )anson on occasion)ost interestin(ly, +u(liosi ;uoted a conteporary police interro(ation o' a 'orer Process eber in an unrelated case This unnaed in'orant related soethin( ;uite 'ailiar7: They the Process /hurchE don’t li*e anybody that they can’t indoctrinate or anybody that is not %ith the They are Cust totally a(ainst %hat they cal the >(ray 'orces,’ the rich establishent or the $e(roes F<G: #hy don’t they li*e $e(roes&7: I don’t *no% They Cust don’t=G: <They have a natural hate 'or the $e(ro&=7: They have a natural hate but they %ould also li*e to use the $e(ro as a tool to be(in soe *ind o' ilitant thin( They are really (ood at pic*in( out an(ry peopleThe use o' blac* ilitancy to proote anti-blac* hysteria sees ;uite li*e .elter S*elter 7nd i' you recall, 3eor(ina +rayton’s Solar od(e had a siilar plan to ecite blac* violence as a rationale 'or  policies that %ould encoura(e 5%hite6 public support 'or eterination 7lso, as did the Solar od(e, )anson curried 'avor %ith such bi*er (roups as the Strai(ht Satans in an e''ort to develop the as shoc* troops 'or 'ull-scale cobat and protection, %hen and i' necessaryDurin( its days in os 7n(eles, the Solar od(e ran a house 5they actually o%ned a nuber o' properties, includin( a (as station6 located at !2H! # !th Street, %here )anson hun( out 're;uently 7ccordin( to 7t*ins, she and other slippies participated in anial sacri'ice and blood drin*in( rituals at soe o' these  properties They also had utual interests in the Strai(ht Satans

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