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Great Big White World

This is my favorite Manson song, and I hope other Manson fans will post what they think. In this song, Rev. Manson pretty much takes the trip of a lifetime. He goes everywhere, he goes to heaven, hell, outerspace, you name it. Basically, he expected that he would go out and see a real white, real plain, real sad world, and he runs in to very few surprises. In the song, he offers very vague details, but he mentions the things thad did surprise him, like when he went to outer space, and the stars appeared as far away from there as they do from earth. The most shocking part of Rev. Manson's journey was when he arrived in hell. EVERYTHING about hell shocked him. First of all, it was freezing cold when he got there (the opposite of what most of us expect), and there were broken vases and roses all over the place. He does not specify what this symbolizes, so I think that perhaps he does not know. And then, he runs in to Jesus Christ's mother in hell, probably the last person you would expect to see there. When he talks to Mother Mary, he learns that she has had a miscarriage, and that is why she is in hell, she miscarried god's son. This is probably Manson's way of saying that people who are praying are wasting their effort, because he now knows for a fact that god never existed. His chorus "All my stitches itch, my prescriptions low, I wish you were queen just for today," implies that people get so caught up in their own, insignificant personal problems, that they never even stop to look, and see how bad their world is.

Great Big White World


Marilyn Manson: an all American unisex creation of M and M and Manson as a ''symbolic form of Them'' that rose above good and evil in this world with Him to use as Metaphors and become the Unique Artist that He became to experience The Experience of the ''Great Big White World'' that went into this song. When He and His sub-conscious mind separated ''the veil'' when rising on ''the high drug trip'' to see and feel the Higher Realm of Earth from space. When being on ''the trip'', the conscious mind becomes dissociated from the body to the point that on ''very rare occasions'' looks down on the Earth. While searching for ''the truth'' He's also having sympathy for Jesus Christ who was crucified, feeling that He was misled according to him by Mother Mary as a man-god that had to die and go to Hell first, before rising up there in Heaven. Where MM ''thinks'' He might have gone, when ''tripping'' in the ''Great Big White World'' where He feels That He's been all stitched up down there in the cold of Hell, like somekind of a Frankenstein creation that finally rose up towards the heavens by ''the space trip'' drug experience He was on.

In the context of the triptych, I believe it is "Alpha's" first experience with drug usage, or perhaps what he see's afterwards. He tries some cocaine, and afterwards, he thinks "Man, these people are slaving away for THAT?" Then he looks at the big picture, and it isn't just drugs; everything has become meaningless and mechanical; WHITE. The song is an expression of how hollow people have become, like a cold, white, drug-addled Hell, where everything is backwards, despite pretending to be perfect and clean.

I think it's about Adam finally realizing what a blank world the earth has become. Being in space watching the world die, or the world watching him he is finally getting out and not attaching himself to the common feelings of humans because he realizes that nothing will ever change. And that our world is hell, and its so cold here, how we turned beautiful things that no one cares for hurts us now. Like music, art things like that, god. And were so small like insects and praying to someone who is inferior to us, so whats the point?We used to value ourselves, have pride. Today everyone is the same, no real emotion. We took the black from black and white and made it into one a white.

Ok I think it's about a couple things. The first interpretation is definitely on track, but I think loses it somewhere. at the part about roses. think it's about Rose McGowan. she probably hurt him greatly. ya know, tore his hands all open. I think he felt he never fit into her idea of Hollywood, since she wants to be the cute goth girl next door and all and he wants to be...himself. Hence the part about he star not being any nearer. oh and the part about his prescription running low makes me think about how he just can't heal himself from this hurt and he has just grown numb to it-be it with coke/vicodin or whatever.

The cocaine use, but I believe this is also a charles manson refrence. I can't recall, but I know c. Manson said something about, "the great big white world". Also, also at some concerts, mm would start this song with something like, "I had a dream, that I was on a beach made of cocaine.."

Great white sharks are apex predators of the oceans. They are the largest predatory fish in the world, known for their speed and strength. On average, they reach a length of 15 feet. But some are much, much bigger.

"We also got amazing interactions of other sharks with the AUV and thanks to that information we were able to write a scientific article about white shark ambushing potential prey in deep waters for the first time."

Although Deep Blue was first discovered in 2013, she did not rise to fame until 2015, when Hoyos Padilla posted a video of Deep Blue swimming to Facebook. The video went viral and the shark became known as the biggest great white shark in the world.

Great white sharks are one of the most intriguing species to research. The elusive, and endangered species still harbour many secrets that researchers like Hoyos Padilla are trying to get to the bottom of.

Hoyos Padilla said that researchers are discovering new things about the species all the time. "We just published two very interesting papers about white sharks interacting with big squids, and a paper about social behavior in white sharks, something that nobody knew about their interactions," he said.

Hoyos Padilla said the main focus for now, is the behavior and movement patterns of juvenile white sharks in Guadalupe island, their interactions with squids, and the "presence of pregnant females with a submersible ultrasound."

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The great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias), also known as the white shark, white pointer, or simply great white, is a species of large mackerel shark which can be found in the coastal surface waters of all the major oceans. It is notable for its size, with the largest preserved female specimen measuring 5.83 m (19.1 ft) in length and around 2,000 kg (4,410 lb) in weight at maturity.[3] However, most are smaller; males measure 3.4 to 4.0 m (11 to 13 ft), and females measure 4.6 to 4.9 m (15 to 16 ft) on average.[4][5] According to a 2014 study, the lifespan of great white sharks is estimated to be as long as 70 years or more, well above previous estimates,[6] making it one of the longest lived cartilaginous fishes currently known.[7] According to the same study, male great white sharks take 26 years to reach sexual maturity, while the females take 33 years to be ready to produce offspring.[8] Great white sharks can swim at speeds of 25 km/h (16 mph)[9] for short bursts and to depths of 1,200 m (3,900 ft).[10]

The great white shark is an apex predator, as it has no known natural predators other than, on very rare occasions, the orca.[11] It is arguably the world's largest-known extant macropredatory fish, and is one of the primary predators of marine mammals, up to the size of large baleen whales. This shark is also known to prey upon a variety of other marine animals, including fish, and seabirds. It is the only known surviving species of its genus Carcharodon, and is responsible for more recorded human bite incidents than any other shark.[12][13]

The species faces numerous ecological challenges which has resulted in international protection. The International Union for Conservation of Nature lists the great white shark as a vulnerable species,[1] and it is included in Appendix II of CITES.[14] It is also protected by several national governments, such as Australia (as of 2018).[15] Due to their need to travel long distances for seasonal migration and extremely demanding diet, it is not logistically feasible to keep great white sharks in captivity; because of this, while attempts have been made to do so in the past, there are no known aquariums in the world believed to house a live specimen.[16]

The novel Jaws by Peter Benchley and its subsequent film adaptation by Steven Spielberg depicted the great white shark as a ferocious man-eater. Humans are not a preferred prey of the great white shark,[17] but the great white is nevertheless responsible for the largest number of reported and identified fatal unprovoked shark attacks on humans, although this happens very rarely (typically fewer than 10 times a year globally).[18][19]

The great white is the sole recognized extant species in the genus Carcharodon, and is one of five extant species belonging to the family Lamnidae.[20] Other members of this family include the mako sharks, porbeagle, and salmon shark. The family belongs to the Lamniformes, the order of mackerel sharks.[21]

The English name 'white shark' and its Australian variant 'white pointer'[22] is thought to have come from the shark's stark white underside, a characteristic feature most noticeable in beached sharks lying upside down with their bellies exposed.[23] Colloquial use favours the name 'great white shark', with 'great' perhaps stressing the size and prowess of the species,[24] and "white shark" having historically been used to describe the much smaller oceanic white-tipped shark, later referred to for a time as the "lesser white shark". Most scientists prefer 'white shark', as the name "lesser white shark" is no longer used,[24] while some use 'white shark' to refer to all members of the Lamnidae.[21] 041b061a72


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