Mother of God Pop!

On this Mother’s Day, the Partridge Family Temple All is Flowing Family of God would like to give thanks to one of the greatest mothers of all time; Corita Kent, the Mother of God Pop Art!

The God-freaks understand that to be like God, we must be like the Mother and constantly give birth to all things groovy, just like Corita Kent did. This was one nun who would never rap your knuckles and if she did, you’d probably hug her.

Millions of people are born and there’s never been another like her. She truly is a saint! She understood the esoteric meanings of advertisement and how they tie into God-Head.

So on this Mother’s Day, let’s remember our Mother who gave birth to us and all that is POP!

POP ART! by Whale Song Partridge!
POP COPY! by The Partridge in the Pear Tree!

Always Sit Indian-Style in Front of the TV

The Indian Head Test Pattern was a helpful reminder from Shirley Partridge that life is a television show; a beautiful illusion, also known as Maya, with real experiences. We don’t use the Indian Head Test Pattern anymore but many people remember it fondly.

The Indian chief wore a war bonnet. This was to symbolize the war between opposites, otherwise known as black & white TV. Chief means “head” and that’s where the Great War of black & white TV takes place. 

The All is Flowing Family of God practices Un-Yoga. One of the meditations is to turn the Indian Test Pattern on and listen to the sound which was modeled on a Tibetan singing bowl. If you do this correctly, soon all will be an Indian monoscope. – Pft!

Oregon Has Not Recovered From the Traumatic Perching of The Partridge Family Temple

Rare Partridge Family Temple propaganda from Portland, Oregon circa 2000.

The Partridge in the Pear Tree had a disintegrating copy and Whale Song Partridge restored it to it’s original look as best he could.

Netflix has an incredible documentary about the Rajneeshees, “Wild Wild Country”.

Also worth checking out is the ABC documentary, “The Partridge Family” that originally aired from 1970-1974.

And of course, “Partridge Family 2200 A.D.” which was aired on Saturday mornings in keeping with the Sabbath.

FUN FACT: Osho wore a wool cap emulating his hero, Michael Nesmith from the Monkees.

He would alway tell his Sannyasins, “We are both monks and we monkee around like Hanuman who was friends with Ratso Rizzo who took Greyhound Bus to great apartment in the sky.

Moving on up! To that deluxe apartment in the skyyyyyeee.”

FUN FACT: The A.D. in Partridge Family 2200 A.D stands for After David and of course B.C. stands for Before Cassidy.




God But Not Forgotten!

Cassidy Consciousness tees now available from the Pft! Shop.