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KUNDALINI (coiled)
Called the “king of yogas,” the serpent power of the Hindu goddess Shakti is unleashed by chanting, visualization, and measured breathing, usually while the practitioner is in the lotus position. Shakti is said to uncoil from the base of the spine and work her way to the crown, or lotus, chakra at the head, where she copulates with Shiva.

Leading to “union with the divine,” or a realization of one’s own divinity, the awakening of kundalini has been called “breathtaking.” However, not all proponents mention the possible side effects of an uncontrolled awakening: twitching, feelings of insects or animals crawling inside one’s body, exhaustion, depression, memory and concentration problems, and symptoms of psychosis.

Kundalini master Gopi Krishna described one such uncontrollable awakening: “I knew I was dying and that my heart could not stand the tremendous strain for long. My throat was scorched and every part of my body flaming and burning, but I could do nothing to alleviate the dreadful suffering. If a well or river had been near I would have jumped into its cold depths, preferring death to what I was undergoing . . . I racked my distracted brain for a way of escape, only to meet blank despair on every side. I felt myself sinking, dully conscious of the scalding sea of pain in which I was drowning.”

Krishna’s trauma reminds one of the scriptural depiction of Hell and of an end times trial described in Revelation 9:6: “During those days men will seek death, but will not find it; they will long to die, but death will elude them.”

Episcopal priest Morton Kelsey equates contemplative prayer with kundalini power.

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KALACHAKRA (time god, or wheel of time)
On July 6-16, 2011, there will be an elaborate demon-invoking ceremony at the Verizon Center in Washington DC. Thousands are expected to attend, paying hundreds of dollars each. As ridiculous as this seems to most intelligent adults, monks will attempt to conjure what they say are 722 deities via a black magic ritual. A beautiful sand mandala “temple” will be created. The ritual is supposed to generate positive energy for world peace.

The Bible identifies pagan deities in these verses: “They sacrificed to demons which are not God—gods that recently appeared” (Deuteronomy 32:17). “Do I mean that a sacrifice offered to an idol is anything, or that an idol is anything? No, but the sacrifices of pagans are offered to demons not to God and I do not want you to be participants with demons” (1 Corinthians 10:19, 20).

The ritual is called the Kalachakra Initiation, and it will be led by the Dalai Lama, Nobel Peace Prize–winning god-king of Tibetan Buddhism, a tantric (black magic/sex magic) cult.

Don’t believe it? I didn’t either. But this information is no secret and can be easily accessed.

The ritual is based on a 1,000-year-old Buddhist prophecy about the creation of an army of “empty warriors” who will in the future exterminate all who believe in one God so that a global Buddhocracy can be established.

“The secret text of the Kalachakra explicitly names the leaders of Judaism, Christianity and Islam as the opponents of Buddhism: ‘Adam, Enoch, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, Mani, Muhammad and the Mahdi,’ describing them as ‘the family of the demonic snakes’ (Shri Kalachakra I. 154). The final, Armageddon-like battle (Shambhala war) ends in the total victory of the Buddhists. The official Kalachakra-Interpreter Alexander Berzin openly compares the principles of the Islamic “Jihad” with that of the Shambhala war. As in the Islamic martyr-ideology, Shambhala-Warriors who will be killed in the last battle have earned passage into the [Buddhist] paradise.” (source)

Who are the “empty” Shambhala warriors? People who have relinquished their will and thought—through repeated mantras—and who have completed the appropriate black magic visualizations.

These are called mandala ceremonies for peace, but . . .
“Ten years before 9/11, in 1991 a so called Kalachakra Sand Mandala was constructed and then destroyed by the Dalai Lama. Barry Bryant shows in his book (The Wheel of Time Sand Mandala, 1996, p. 173) a photo of the religious leader and behind him one of the Twin Towers. He comments on the picture: ‘The Dalai Lama performs a ritual at a special altar at the edge of the Hudson River before pouring the sand into the Water near the World Trade Center in New York City 1991.’ Two years later in 1993 a Wheel of Time (Kalachakra) Sand Mandala was built by Tibetan Monks in the lobby of Tower One.” (source)

Considering that 9/11 plunged us into ten years of war, what will be the repercussions of this upcoming peace ritual in our nation’s capital? Just coincidence? Perpetual mandala rituals in Tibet have done nothing to relieve centuries of oppression of those people.

You can Google search “Tibetan” “mandala” and the name of a city near you, and you’ll probably find that a mandala ceremony of some sort has already been performed there.

The dark side of Kalachakra has been downplayed and reinterpreted in recent years, as more people learn about its agenda. Its goals and methods are now explained as symbolic because for the Dalai Lama to lose the media support of America and Hollywood would mean the loss of millions of dollars needed to build more black magic monasteries around the world.

The Dala Lama is presented as bringing compassion to the world, but . . .
Images of the Time God show this deity carrying weapons: “Many of these weapons and implements have their origins in the wrathful arena of the battlefield . . . As primal images of destruction, slaughter, sacrifice, and necromancy these weapons were wrested from the hands of the evil and turned—as symbols—against the ultimate root of evil, the self-cherishing conceptual identity.” (Beer, Robert, 2004, The Encyclopedia of Tibetan Symbols and Motifs, ISBN 1-93247-610-5 p. 233, quoted in wikipedia)

The “self-cherishing conceptual identity” refers to the biblical idea that each person is a living, eternal soul. The Kalachakra prophecy calls this concept “the ultimate root of evil.”

We’ll be praying to our great God and glorious King in the name of Jesus Christ to deconstruct this ceremony. And we’re asking for wisdom to reach out in love to those who have permitted these revolting acts of demon worship to take place in our country and around the world. Please join us.

“Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them” (Ephesians 5:11).

In a related event in June 20-25, 2011, monks in Seattle will be creating another sand mandala temple and leading empowerment rituals, transferring power to the attendees from a wrathful manifestion of Chenrezig, the god that the Dalai Lama is said to incarnate.

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