Saturday, January 7, 2017

Kundalini: The Devil's Tail

Lately I have been hearing a lot of talk about the "Kundalini," the powers of Kundalini and Kundalini Yoga.

Like everything else involving the occult, people accept it as a harmless practice of self-improvement.

When I was a kid, the Ouija Board was all the rage, especially after it was popularized by board
game company Parker Brothers.

From what I understood, it was just a fun game in which you got 'messages' which really came from your subconscious interaction with your game partner or just by luck or coincidence. My grandmother's hysterical reaction seemed totally over the top and probably due to her conservative upbringing.

I never picked up on the Ouija craze, and sampled it just as a curiosity. It was only later that I came to understand just how dangerous Ouija was.

The Bible warns about having anything to do with Witchcraft, Spirit Calling, Divination or Magic.

For good reason, it turns out.

It is a widely understood phenomenon that most witches or occultists go crazy, or, at the very best, become creepy, eccentric loners.

All the witch doctors of past (and present) tribal days were considered 'touched' even by the same people who followed them - in other words, they were crazy.

Native Americans were terrified of the insane, and refused to touch them, believing that the spirit which inhabited these unfortunates would rub off on them.

Insanity and the occult go hand in hand.

It is well understood.

If you delve deeply into occultism, you will go insane.

The Internet is full of ex-satanists who, (supposedly) repentant of their practices ,come out and
testify to all how Satanic magic REALLY DID deliver. 

Meanwhile ex-sorceres and witches are on describing how witchcraft and magic really DOES work.

The truth is, of course, that whether it works or not, the practitioner is drawn in, occupied and enslaved by the petitioned entity.

Believe me when I tell you that if you delve into magic and occultism the only thing you will get will be monkey on your back...which will be very hard to shake off.
 

Kundalini, a term emanating from Ancient India refers to the 'awakeing' of a certain power within oneself, specifically within the spine.

'One must awaken the serpent within the spine' they Yogis say, as they attract more and more people trying to awaken their spines to the powers of Kundalini.

The spine seems to be a strategic spot in occultism, the place where the spirit, or spirits dwell.

In fact it is the place where all the nerves of the body come together, a hub of the nervous system.

In fact, if you want to sit at the controls of the nerves of the body, you would sit in the spine.

The other concentration of nerves occurs in the anus, which might be the reason for sodomy in satanism and magic as well as homosexuality and the predominant 'raping' sensation in the anus for people who are under spiritual attack.

But back to Kundalini.

What I find interesting is that there is no step by step account of what gaining these powers consists of or what happens to the person he or she gains these Kundalini powers, and more importantly,how are they 'transformed.'

Descriptions seem to suggest the transformation is 'traumatizing' and can take some time to get it all back together once you 'awaken the serpent.'

The father of Kundalini, Yogi Bhajan, like most occult yogi 'masters' had a reputation as a con man and a sex-obsessed womanizer.

The Beatles themselves visited the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (the father of trascendenal meditation or
'TM') in India, but returned a few weeks later, with John Lennon quipping that the Maharishi was
'just a man'. Later rumors suggested that the Maharishi had attempted to help himself to Beatles' wives.

Later, in the early 80's, a yogi calling himself Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh opened up a commune in
Oregon. Soon rumors began circulating of a free-love attitude amongst the cult members, and especially
about the Rajneesh.

All these Yogi masters seem to have an obsession with sex, which is very akin to another cult leader
named Jim Jones (of Jonestown fame).

In fact, most people who are inhabited by spirits or demons seem to have this obsession.... and this
includes those ascended masters who have 'awoken the serpent' in the spine with Kundalini Yoga.

The very first websit I ran across when trying to find some description of this great transformation
was labeled "Suggestions on What to Do if You've Had a Kundalini Awakening" had some descriptions
of what to expect and what to do when the great awakening happens.

"It can be scary, disorienting, dislocating and downright awful" it says.

It warns the reader "Kundalini Awakening will look like MENTAL ILLNESS, physical illnes with emotional difficulties" and that "all you will be likely to sense is that "something freaky is happening."

These increasingly intense events are likely to lead to "a full-blown psychotic episode."

In fact, one practitioner who reached this "awakening" was temporarily committed to the "acute psyche ward" of the local hospital - acute meaning dangerously insane.

As an experienced Kundalini warned his pupil: "psych units are full of people who've had a spiritual experience
    - as one yoga teacher once told me, psych units are full of people who’ve had spiritual experiences who have blown their circuits."

Feel like waking up your spinal Kundalini serpent yet?

Don't worry, should the worse happen, which, we are assured, is a real possibility, a list of "what to do" accompanies the article, strongly suggesting that you:

1) "seek professional help"

2) use this professional to tend to all "physical, mental or emotional needs.

3) get a grip and "get grounded" (or re-grounded) so that you can come back to normalcy
   
4) "build a support group" to deal with the resulting trauma

5) keep an eye out for "grandiose (insane/hysterical/over the top) thoughts and ideas (!)

6) don't worry about what is happening to you - lengthy bouts of insanity are normal, it took one 'expert' SEVEN YEARS to regain his equilibrium (sanity/mental balance) and return to normality

And finally the reader is warned by the master not to spend money on or venture into the 'awakening of the serpent' unless "your're truly ready to face the darkest, most awful parts of who you are, and are willing to surrender your life (to some supposedly deeply wise and loving entity).

 Wise and loving?

 How wise and loving does becoming DANGEROUSLY INSANE for an INDEFINITE period of time sound?

 My hang up with Kundalini is not the result of a bad yoga class, but the ongoing phenomenon of the occult being nothing more than cheap parlor trick to let in other entities.

 (Note: some people who report awakening their Kundalini report it happening 'spontaneously',without their having gone through the yoga process, or any process for that matter)

 And what disturbs me the most is the occult habit of demanding that the participant "surrender" or "open themselves up to" or "accept" some thing or entity - with the promise of a new outlook, new powers, new clearness of mind, attractiveness, luck, wisdom...or whatever the participant imagines he or she desires.

 The number one factor is power.

 The seeker always turns to the occult because he or she is looking for power.

 But there is always THE price.

 No matter how humbly the participant approaches or petitions the entity for this power, the requirement
 is always the same - the "surrender" to this entity.

This is very dangerous.

Yet the theme is always the same: open, give and finally surrender yourself to this entity.

I Yoga it is one of Hinduism's innumerable 'gods' but for the Western World, more abstract denominations are used like 'Love' 'the Infinite' 'the Universe' or 'Brahma.'

The theme of opening yourself to and even becoming the 'tool' of something has spread even into Christianity, where believers pray that God 'enter' them and make them his 'instrument'. This is begging for possession, which happens to be blasphemy and goes against the laws of God. Yet
Christians are always preying to be possessed.

India is a big and powerful country with a smart population...which has somehow remained socially
in the Stone Age and whose economic and social structure is a disaster.

Could this be due, at least partially, to India's obsession with thousands of gods, cults and demons as well as her resulting obsession with sex?

The Kama Sutra is an ancient Indian document...which describes outrageous sexual positions. Revered
Indian gods are frequently depicted as lustful and engaging all types of perverted sexual activities, with males turning into females during intercouse or viceversa.

Indian female gods are empowered, and could be considered super-feminists and haughty overlords, with the power of a male, or beyond.

Let's see: transexuality and super-feminism.

Does this sound familiar?

Is our present plague of transexuality and super-feminism bordering on lesbianism established by the same types of demons the Indians actually worship?

India has a multitude of demons she worships as gods. Is it any wonder that Hindu Religion does not mention demons?

The closes description Hinduism has of demons is that of a Rashkasa, which is no demon at all, but an entity of
which there are good and bad and who even have a lineage, with some becoming great heroes, but who tend to be somewhat sinister due to their unstatiable appetite for human blood and human flesh.

Like I said before, India is a great country with a lot of promise, but to ascend to greatness, she's gonna have to leave the demons she presently worships behind her.

These demons are inhabiting and corrupting a large portion of her population and making India into a place where Wife Burning, child prostutition and murder are not only allowed, but celebrated.

Which leads to the question: how do you know who or what is possessing you?

The way I see it, God and us are two separate entities. One sides with God, and is helped by him but is never taken over by God.

God's way is free will and choice (how else do you think the Lucifer, Adam and Eve happened).

Evil's way is blind obedience and surrender of the will.

Why else do you think fascist and communist regimes and cults DEMAND blind obedience? They are a reflection of the evil they represent.

The same is reflected on the concept of oneness and 'The Singularity' where free will becomes meaningless

This is the concept of the Devil, this is the concept of death. Where  there is no free will, there is nothing.

So, like Kundalini, evil spirits in general demand to take possession - they demand total control.

People who think they can make a pact with the devil deceive themselves. The Devil wants complete control.

Out of surrender and possession come demon-inspired perversions like pederasty, homosexuality, sadism,
and all types of perverted un-natural behavior.

So that is why I am talking about Kundalini Yoga today.

Its one more gimmick (like Satanism, like Scientology, like Gaiaism or White Magic) to get you to turn yourself over to these entities.

The game is always the same: "surrender yourself to me and i will give you unimaginable power."

If you are a sovereign human being, which is the way God made you, the you surrender your soul to no one.

Stop calling to all these unknown entities to help you...they will inhabit you.

In meditation, the biggest mistake is to 'clear your mind' and see what comes in.

This is an invitation to possession.

Real meditation clears the mind only to focus on one factor or problem and to meditate upon it.

Instead of simply clearing your mind and waiting for something to appear, clear your mind and think
about why you do the things you do, what is troubling you and how to resolve the issue.

This is true meditation.

The rest is perversion.

Ancient exercises and practices, like Kundalini and Magic are simply entrapments to lure the human mind into habitation by spirits and demons

The spine is the antenna to the occult beyond, upon which all these inhabiting entities go to possess.

The experience of the 'awakening' of the Kundalini Serpent in your spine is the process of spiritual possession which does not lead to happiness, but to a life of torture. Lately I have been hearing a lot of talk about the "Kundalini," the powers of Kundalini and Kundalini Yoga.

Like everything else involving the occult, people accept it as a harmless practice or self-improvement hobby.

I never picked up on the Ouija craze, and sampled it just as a curiosity. It was only later that I came to understand just how dangerous Ouija was.


 But back to Kundalini.

What I find interesting is that there is no step by step account of what gaining these powers consists of or what happens to the person he or she gains these Kundalini powers, and more importantly, how are they 'transformed.'

Descriptions seem to sugges the transformation is 'traumatizing' and can take some time to get it
all back together once you 'awaken the serpent.'

The father of Kundalini, Yogi Bhajan, like most occult yogi 'masters' has a reputation as a sex-obsessed con man.

The Beatles themselves visited the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (the father of trascendenal meditation or 'TM') in India, but returned a few weeks later, with John Lennon quipping that the Maharishi was 'just a man'. Later rumors suggested that the Maharishi had attempted to help himself to the wives
of Beatles.

Later, in the early 80's, a yogi calling himself Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh opened up a commune in Oregon. Soon rumors began circulating of a free-love attitude amongst the cult members, and especially with the Rajneesh.

All these Yogi masters seem to have an obsession with sex, which is very akin to another cult leader named Jim Jones (of Jonestown fame).

In fact, most people who are inhabited by spirits or demons seem to have this obsession.... and this includes those ascended masters who have 'awoken the serpent' in the spine with Kundalini Yoga.

The very first website I ran across when trying to find some description of this great transformation was labeled "Suggestions on What to Do if You've Had a Kundalini Awakening" had some descriptions of what to expect and what to do when the great awakening happens.

"it can be scary, disorienting, dislocating and downright awful" it says.

It warns the reader "Kundalini Awakening will look like MENTAL ILLNESS, physical illnes with emotional
difficulties" and that "all you will be likely to sense is that "something freaky is happening."

These increasingly intense events are likely to lead to "a full-blown psychotic episode."

Feel like waking up your spinal Kundalini serpent yet?

Don't worry, should the worse happen, which, we are assured, is a real possibility, a list of "what
to do" accompanies the article, strongly suggesting that you:

1) "seek professional help"

2) use this professional to tend to all "physical, mental or emotional needs.

3) get a grip and "get grounded" (or re-grounded) so that you can come back to normalcy
   
4) "build a support group" to deal with the resulting trauma

5) keep an eye out for "grandiose (insane/histerical/over the top) thoughts and ideas (!)

6) don't worry about what is happening to you - lengthy bouts of insanity are normal, it took one 'expert' SEVEN YEARS to regain
his equilibrium (sanity/mental balance) and return to normalityr life (to some supposedly deeply wise and loving entity)

 Wise and loving?
 

And what disturbs me the most is the occult habit of demanding that the participant "surrender" or
 "open themselves up to" or "accept" some thing or entity - with the promise of a new outlook, new
 powers, new clearness of mind, attractiveness, luck, wisdom...or whatever the participant imagines
 he or she desires.

 The number one factor is power.

 The seeker always turns to the occult because he or she is looking for power.

 But there is always THE price.

 No matter how humbly the participant approaches or petitions the entity for this power, the requirement
 is always the same - the "surrender" to this entity.

This is very dangerous.

Which leads to the question: how do you know who or what is possessing you?
 

God's way is free will and choice (how else do you think the Lucifer, Adam and Eve happened).

Evil's way is blind obedience and surrender of the will.

Why else do you think fascist and communist regimes and cults DEMAND blind obedience? They are a
reflection of the evil they represent.

The same is reflected on the concept of oneness and 'The Singularity' where free will is meaningless

This is the concept of the Devil, this is the concept of death, for there is no free will, there is nothing.

So, like Kundalini, evil spirits in general demand to take possession - they demand total control.

People who think they can make a pact with the devil deceive themselves. The Devil wants complete possession.

So that is why I am talking about Kundalini Yoga today.

Its one more gimmick (like Satanism, like Scientology, like Gaiaism or White Magic) to get you to
turn yourself over to one of these entities.

The game is always the same: "surrender yourself to me and i will give you unimaginable power."

If you are a sovereign human being, which is the way God made you, the you surrender your soul to no one.

Stop calling to all these unknown entities to help you...they will inhabit you.

In meditation, the biggest mistake is to 'clear your mind' and see what comes into it.

This is an invitation to possession.

Real meditation clears the mind only to focus on one factor or problem and to meditate upon it.

Instead of simply clearing your mind and waiting for something to appear, clear your mind and think about why you do the things you do, what is troubling you and how to resolve the issue.

This is the true purpose of meditation.

The rest is a perversion.

Ancient exercises and practices, like Kundalini and Magic are simply entrapments to lure the human mind into habitation by spirits and demons

The spine is the antenna to the occult beyond, upon which all these inhabiting entities go to possess.

The experience of the 'awakening' of the Kundalini Serpent in your spine is the process of spiritual
possession which does not lead to happiness, but to a life of torture.

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