The ritual use of human blood, semen and urine by the death-obsessed
Marina Abramovic (who is NOT the founder of performance art as her groupies
claim) is a neo-wiccan appropriation of the Tantric (Tibetan) practice
of devotees swallowing the "five treasures" from the body of their master:
blood, semen, urine, feces and flesh as a "transmission" ritual. Her invitation
of Clinton operative Tony Podesta to a blood-semen "spirit cooking" dinner
is not about art experience but represents a very dangerous ritualized
prelude to political murder.
Abramovic was a friend, follower and fan of HH Dalai Lama during his darkest
years, when he was engaged in a murderous feud with the breakaway Dorje
Shugden sect and when he mentored Japanese guru Shoko Asahara and the
Aum Shinrikyo sect in the practice of religion-sanctioned "phoa" or preemptive
assassination of foes, which provided the rationale for the Tokyo subway
gassing of 1995 in which 20,000 rush-hour commuters were felled by toxic
Her association with the Dalail Lama coincides with the final years of
Kalu Rinpoche, the supreme expert on preemptive assassination, who personally
trained the Aum attack squad in Dharamsala. Those trained in preemptive
phoa by Kalu Rinpoche were under oath to keep secret their association.
The invitation to the Podesta brothers to a "dinner" of the "treasures"
of blood, semen and urine, and presumably the feces and fingernails (a
substitute of flesh) of their master (likely Hillary Clinton) is a prelude
to planned preemptive phoa attacks against political foes, which were
described as "Wet Works" in John Podesta's email to Microsoft-Gates lobbyist
Steve Elmendorf on the afternoon of Hillary Clinton's defeat in the New
Hampshire Democratic primary.
The recent revelations from the Wikilleaks email trove conforms to the
assassination rituals prior to lethal assaults against foes. Doubters
should consult the followers of Dorje Shugden and my exposes of the Tantric
background of Aum to the Tokyo Subway Gassing.
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A death obsession on Abramovic's own words from Bomb magazine
BOMB 84 Summer 2003 :
LA Who are your teachers?
MA Not really anybody. I donít see it that way. There was
only one person in my life who I thought could be my teacher, but he died.
Just when I found him, he died.
LA Who was this?
MA This was in í82 in Bodhgaya, a pilgrimage site, with the
Bohdi tree. I arrived on a full-moon night. It was the most auspicious
moment. And they said to me, in our town is a very important Lama who
is the teacher of the Dalai Lama. I didnít know at the time anything of
Buddhism, nothing. I went because everybody was going to see this special
He was sitting in a Tibetan monastery. He looked like the full moon, a
big baby, with a wonderfully shiny bald head, aged somewhere between 80
and 100. You couldnít tell. And I went to greet him, and he took his little
finger and just flicked his finger at my head. And that was it. I looked
into his eyes and then I went back to sit. Five minutes later I had a
temperature of 102. I was red like a strawberry. I started crying and
crying and I had to leave the monastery. I cried for about four hours,
And I was thinking, Why am I crying? Nothing happened to me; I am not
sad. I was just touched by his innocence in the way of the old man and
the child at the same time. Something opened to me. If he had told me
to jump out the window, I would have done it. I had never felt this before,
what must be close to how one feels about a great teacher, the ideal of
complete trust. And then one month later he died.
But then I found him again. It was three years later, I was going again
to India, to another monastery for a retreat. And in the forest I lost
the way and found myself in front of a house, with an old Lama sitting
outside washing some dishes. It was dark, and he said, ďCome in, come
in, have a tea.Ē I went into the room and there he was, embalmed this
time. He was sitting in the room, embalmed in salt. Now he is in the Dalai
Lamaís living room in Dharmsala. His name is Ling Rinpoche. The Dalai
Lama wanted to have him all to himself.
LA In salt? Can you see him?
MA They put him in a special preparation and he looks completely
alive. Heís dressed and sitting; monks die in a sitting position. It was
incredible. This is exactly what we have to do, it is so important, losing
roads, itís how you find something else. When I was a really young artist,
I was getting ideas for different works. And I was thinking, God, how
should I do this, this has nothing to do with what Iíve done before. I
donít see any line, there is no continuation. I was obsessed with the
idea of continuation, that one work had to lead to another and another,
that you have to make a body of work. But after 20 years you see that
the continuation is so logical. You couldnít have done anything else,
and there is a thread in it, everything is connected. We are the connections.
LA Can you imagine being embalmed and sitting in somebodyís
MA I like it so much. I am all for this eternity. Iíd hate
to be burned. I wouldnít like to be eaten by worms. Maybe a tree can grow
out of me. Thatís it. But embalming is a very nice idea. I like this forever
LA I would like to be burned. (laughter)
MA So this is a big difference!
LA I donít like the idea of flames so much as particles. Iíd
like to become many, many particles.
MA I want to live a very long time. This is my obsession. I want to live
to be over 100. My grandmother died at 103 and the mother of my grandmother
was 116 when she died. I have this idea that after 100 something else
happens. When we are young and even now, though I am not that young, there
is this idea of emotions and always some kind of suffering involved. Iíd
like so much to reach the point of nonattachment, of nonsuffering, when
you really know things are happening because they have already happened
to you hundreds of times before. You can laugh about it all. To have this
wisdom and distance and peace!
LA How do you think you can get there?
MA Ohólots of goat yogurt!
LA (laughter) I mean to detachment?
MA You donít take things personally. Even if you love someone,
you let them be. And if they leave you, still you love them, because attachment
creates such a suffering. This is basic.
LA Buddhism 101.