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TEN COMMANDMENTS OF LIFE FOR HINDUS AND THE NEW AGE MYSTICS: Hinduism Exposed

Hinduism Exposed

 

http://www.blessedquietness.com/journal/housechu/hindu.htm

 

TEN COMMANDMENTS OF LIFE FOR HINDUS
AND THE NEW AGE MYSTICS:

My personal observations in green are based on
my observations growing up with Hindus in East Africa.

I -YOU ARE THE CENTER OF THE UNIVERSE–
          Make sure everyone around you knows it.

II – THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS TRUTH,
AND THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A LIE
          Anything not included in that statement does
          not matter anyway.
          
Do whatever turns a profit.
          The golden rule of Hinduism is,
          “Rip off everyone and buy gold in Bahrain.”

III – DO NOT GET CAUGHT–
          If caught, blame Kali or the Prime Minister,
          and offer a generous bribe.

MAHATMA GHANDI IS IN WISCONSIN

I was talking on the phone with our correspondent, Dave Casper, in Wisconsin this morning. We were discussing all the Hindus who have come to the USA and rescued gas stations and motels. Also, we noted that they have heavily moved the White race to turn against eating meat. Dave asked why, and I told him the theological reason. I am very well versed on Hindu theology, having many of their books and having grown up with Hindus.

Hinduism says that there are 12,000 cycles of reincarnation for everyone. With each reincarnation, we work off more and more of our bad karma, and we progress upward each time. Eventually, we reach the Brahman mind and Nirvana. At that point we are in a state of nothingness, and we are to believe that we will be happy once our mind is empty and we don’t know who we are. San Francisco is well on its way!

With each reincarnation we come back as a rat or as a guru, depending on whether we have been good and advance, or if we have been naughty and regress to the animal world. This is why Hindus will not eat meat. They are terrified that they may eat their grandmother or uncle. The Jains even believe the bugs and roaches are spirits on their way to Nirvana.

Imagine that– Your Roach Hotel is massacring thousands of innocent souls who are just trying to eat their daily crumb and wend their way to Nirvana.

Shirley McLain and her mob repackaged this loonie reincarnation doctrine for Gringos and reduced the trip to four reincarnations because Anglo Saxons would not possibly buy into something that took 12,000 tries to get it right.

Mahatma Ghandi once said, “Reincarnation in Hinduism is a burden too heavy to bear.” He was not really a very good Hindu. Dave and I speculated that Ghandi may have had to go back down the chain of reincarnation to be a rat or duck to pay for his nerve in questioning the doctrines of Shiva et al.

Ghandi hated Black Africans intensely and massacred many in South Africa as a Major in the British Army. He admitted that he was a poor husband and neglected his wife. He covered up the murder of an American engineer in India by his followers. There is a lot of bad Karma coming down for Ghandi. MORE

Well, while we were on the phone, Dave suddenly shouted, “Ghandi is swimming by the end of my dock.” It turns out, and this has to be earth shaking, that Ghandi is a beaver in a lake in Wisconsin. He was seen with a wad of grass in his mouth (what else?) which he was using to build his beaver lodge.

Dave Casper has promised to get us a digital photo of Ghandi soon, and we are considering keeping track of him through the winter.

Folks, you just don’t get the real news if you never check in at Blessed Quietness Journal 🙂

IV – BELITTLE EVERYONE YOU CAN,
INCLUDING YOUR WIFE AND CHILDREN
          As you beat and humiliate them, you are
          helping them work off their bad Karma.

V – NEVER WORRY ABOUT KHARMA
          You can be good in your next incarnation.

VI – POLITICS IS THE HIGHEST FORM OF
AM– — USEMENT
          If you cannot BE one, destroy one.

VII – IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO EAT TOO MUCH
          Food and a huge stomach are signs of
          prosperity.

VII – THERE ARE 400,000,000 GODS IN HINDUISM
          If you do not like the one assigned to you,
          make your own.

VIII – IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO TALK TOO MUCH
          See if you can get someone else to do your work
          so you can loiter and chatter.

IX – NEVER EAT MEAT, FOR YOU MAY BE EATING
YOUR GRANDMOTHER
          But, you may sell meat to Muslims and
          Christians. Grandmother will understand.

X – NEVER HELP THOSE IN NEED
          The more they suffer, the more kharma they
          are getting rid of.
          To help them and feed them would cause
          them to enter their next incarnation with
          left over kharma.
          Helping people to suffer pain and hunger
          is the most merciful act of kindness a Hindu
          can perform.

 

 

 

 

Srila Prabhupada, at the left, was the founder of
Hari Krishna, and every photo of him
I have seen shows a bored miserable look.
There is no joy in Hinduism, only sensuality and lust.
Ane, much uncertainly !!

 

 

“You can’t have a present without a past.”
        Words by Hindu radical, Acharya Dharmendra

Yes, Acharya, my past defines my present, AND my future. No reincarnation as a mouse or stink bug for me! Don’t you worry about stepping on me after I die, I will not be coming back 🙂 I am sorry about your having to work off your Karma by trying to make good Dharma. No amount of rule keeping will cancel the record of your sin– never enough puja. Eating no rice, no salt, no meat, burn incense– what does that have to do with your sin? Nothing! What a fearful way to deal with the past. Why should you wait to see what happens? Put your faith in the finished work of Jesus, and your past will also define a glorious future.

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On the Adoration of the Lingam (Penis): Sexual Organs Worship in India:by Kalkinath

images-26India is a hypocrite nation. It cleverly hides its gory innards, full of filth and depravity from worship of cows, bathing in their urine toto denigration of women, who are forced to worship the penis.

Hinduism is a deviant cult masquerading as religion.

Christians, Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Jains, Sikhs, Zoroastrians and Secular people must expose its deviant animistic practices.Among them the first one is Worshipping the Penis.

It is called the “Linga Pooja” . Linga means Penis and Pooja means worship. It is said in the ancient texts like Kamsutra and Anang-ranga that the women should worship the Penis of their husband or lover on the night of “Pournima” i.e. full moon. During this ritual, the erected penis is worshipped by offering flowers, milk, ghee, sugar on it and then sucked by the women.  

 

On the Adoration of the Lingam

by Kalkinath

 

“He who desires perfection of the soul must worship the lingam.”
Linga Purana
 
Tantra, as a form of spiritual practice, has received much attention from advocates of Gay Spirituality. Some writers are concerned with the need to demonstrate that, despite the heterosexual structure and language in Tantric texts and practices, that homo-erotic practices did exist historically, albeit as Jeffrey J. Kripal puts it, as ‘secret sadhanas’ (sadhana = practice). This search for ‘historical proofs’ has its place, and is fascinating for those of us who have an interest in the recovery of gay & bisexual archetypes and myths, but we should not forget that Tantra is a living discipline – and a practical one at that. The test for modern practitioners is not merely to rely on old texts and practices, but to draw on the spirit of Tantra and make it viable for our contemporary needs and desires. This article presents a Tantric dimension to fellatio, and describes a puja (ritual) for dedicating blowjobs to Shiva.

The Lingam of Shiva

Unknown-27The term Lingam, in Sanskrit, means ‘sign’. Shiva, as the Absolute – that which is unmanifest, can only be perceived by the means of his creation – the source of life from which the world is issued. This is the principle upon which the veneration of the phallus is based in Shaivite mysticism.

“Shiva is without sign, without colour, without taste, without odour, beyond the reach of words or touch, without qualities, immutable and immovable.”

“The distinctive sign by which one can recognise the nature of something is therefore called lingam.”
Linga Purana

In some legends, the Shivalingam ‘pierces’ the three worlds or cities. In one version, it is related that the gods Brahma and Vishnu were debating which of the two of them was the ‘greater’, when there appeared before them a vast column of light. Brahma, mounted on his swan, flew upwards to find its peak, whilst Vishnu, taking the form of a boar, descended to find its foundation. Although they searched for thousands of years, they could find neither peak nor foundation. Finally they found a Ketaki flower which had fallen from the lingam’s head. The flower told them that it had been falling for ten eons and that no one knew how much more time it would take it to reach the ground.

Thus we may understand the lingam as being a primordial axis mundi – a form of world-tree or shaman’s ladder which passes through all of the known worlds. In the microcosm, the lingam springs forth from the bindu (point) within the triangle formed by Iccha-Kriya-Jnana Shaktis (the powers of ‘think-decide-act’) and rises, piercing the chakras.

A central concept in Tantra is that of divine immanence – that one can experience the divine through the worship of god or goddess in a living form. This commonly appears in the forms of tantric puja (ritual) where a goddess is worshipped in the form of a living woman. Jeffrey J. Kripal notes the teachings of Vaishnavacharan, a nineteenth-century tantric contemporary of Ramakrishna, whose Kartabhaja sect of tantrics practised the method of “delighting in God in the forms of man.” That is to say, Vaishnavacharan’s followers sought to experience divine ecstasy by making a living man the subject of their adoration. Kripal infers that this would have included sex-play.

Blowjob Bhakti

One of the central homo-erotic interludes in Hindu myth is Agni’s swallowing of the semen of Shiva, which led to a chain of events culminating in the birth of the god Skanda. Skanda is considered by some writers to be the object of devotion by a homo-erotic cult in India and elsewhere.

“Then from his linga Shiva released his perfect seed which had the fragrant perfume of jasmine or the blue lotus. Agni took it into his hands and drank it, rejoicing, thinking, ‘Elixir!’ and then Shiva vanished.”
Saura Purana, quoted in Conner, Sparks & Sparks, p44

Semen is the purest form of sacrificial elixir – the Soma offering given to the fire of desire. The Vedic texts contain many references to semen as a form of food. On an esoteric level, the ingestion of semen is a form of eucharist whereby the deity resides in the semen and enters the body of the practitioner. The magical properties of ingesting semen appears in a wide variety of cultural contexts.

Sucking cock is an act of worship. Kneeling before a man is an adoration, or an abasement. Accepting the semen of a stranger or lover is immensely powerful. There’s a power in yielding, in abandoning oneself, and a power in one’s ability, through passion and skill, to bring about the pleasure of another.

In the Kama Sutra, fellatio is referred to as auparishtaka – ‘superior coition’, and associates its practice with hijras or male prostitutes. Although describing the ‘eight ways’ of performing fellatio in some detail, Vatsyayana warns against its practice. Such injunctions however, do not apply to practitioners of tantra.

Jivantalingapuja – Worship of the Living Lingam

This is an outline, using tantric principles, for a sexual puja employing fellatio. This ‘rite’ may be performed externally – which is to say, with a magical partner, or internally – wherein the other participant is unaware of the ‘magical’ elements of the act. This is contrary to those texts which avow that acts of sexual magic may only legitimately take place between consenting ‘magical partners’. This is a matter of taste and personal preference. There is a lot of gushing in the magical community about the ‘dangers’ of performing sexual magic with someone who is unaware of the magical dimension of the act. I can only say to this that I’ve been ‘used’ in this way by both male and female partners without being aware that they were using me to power or receive a sex-magical intention and it’s not a matter that worries me.

Salutation to Ganesha

A salutation to Ganesha, whom Shiva decreed should be worshipped prior to the beginning of any auspicious act, is made. This is also appropriate as Ganesha is the guardian or doorkeeper of the Muladhara Chakra. The penis, (particularly if flaccid), may be adored as Ganesha’s trunk.

Om, I salute the Lord of the Twisted Trunk
Om Ganapati Namah

Bathing the Phallus

Bathing the phallus is a ritual act of purification, preparing it to become the vehicle of the indwelling deity. This may be done as a ritual oblation or by tongue-bathing.

Nyasa

Nyasa (placing) is the ritual act of identifying the body (or part, in this case) with the indwelling deity. Again this may be done ritually, or silently, through massage and stroking.

Om, I salute Shiva in the balls
Na, I salute Shiva in the root
Ma, I salute Shiva in the shaft
Shi, I salute Shiva in the crown
Va, I salute Shiva in the tip
Ya, I salute Shiva in the eye

Invoking the Deity

Invoking the chosen deity (i.e. Shiva) into the vessel is traditionally performed by the practitioner identifying with the deity through internal meditation and then externalising the indwelling deity into the vessel via the breath. Here, it may be appropriate to identify oneself with Agni (see above) before simultaneously breathing onto and stroking the penis so that it becomes a vessel for divinity.

Adoring the Lingam

Having installed the deity into the penis, it may now be adored. One may choose to use the delightful prose of the tantras or something more contemporary, depending on circumstances. Some partners might be somewhat alarmed to hear their cock described as “shining with the light of ten thousand suns.”

Superior Coition

The Kama Sutra describes the ‘eight ways’ of performing fellatio:

Casual

Clasping the penis with one hand, bringing the lips close, rounding them over the mast, whilst pressing, releasing and shaking.

Nibbling the sides

Covering the end of the penis with one hand, pressing the lips to the sides and nibbling slightly at the same time.

External Pinching

Bringing his lips close to the penis, he presses the mast and kisses it whilst sucking. When the sex has been stimulated by being nibbled along the sides, he himself, excited at the first contact with his lips, lets the end of the penis penetrate into his mouth, pressing it and sucking and, having bared it, he releases it.

Internal Pinching

On request, he then lets the penis penetrate further, and, pressing it between his lips, causes an ejaculation.

The Kiss

Encircling the penis with his hand instead of his lips, he kisses it. Let the tip of the tongue wander and titillate the meatus opening, cleaning it carefully. This is called polishing.

Browsing

Having done this, with the tip of the tongue, licking the mast all over and titillating the opening, is known as browsing.

Sucking the Mango

Having bared the mast, pressing the organ hard, passionately, whilst half inside, and sucking whilst pressing, is known as sucking the mango.

Devouring

Having understood the man’s desire and in order to satisfy his wish to come, he makes him ejaculate by the pressure of his tongue until the sperm gushes out.

Consuming the Soma

Assuming one wishes to do this, the divine essence may be held in the mouth whilst one meditates on the force of Shiva, before being swallowed or shared. Alternatively, a spunk-filled condom can be retained for later burial or use in anointing. Also, as Katon Shual has pointed out, dried semen can be burnt, and the ashes imbided safely.

The physical act may be accompanied by appropriate visualisation – for example, if one is taking on the role of Agni, then the heat of one’s desire may be visualised and felt as burning away the ‘impurities’ of the body or the ‘kleshas’ (knots) which prevent spontaneity.

The puja may be closed ritually, or simply with a ‘hmmm’ (Aum) of satisfaction.

The duration of this puja is dependent on time and circumstances. In it’s external form, it could be quite a lengthy exercise. The practised adept however, may perform the internal rite quickly, using whatever opportunities are presented to him.

Sources

Cassell’s Encyclopedia of Queer Myth, Symbol and Spirit, Conner, Sparks & Sparks, Cassell, 1997
The Complete Kama Sutra, Alain Daniélou, Park Street Press, 1994
The Myths and Gods of India, Alain Daniélou, Inner Traditions, 1991
The Phallus: Sacred Symbol of Male Creative Power, Alain Daniélou, Inner traditions, 1995
Rebels & Devils: The Psychology of Liberation, Christopher S. Hyatt (ed), New Falcon Publications, 1996
Kali’s Child: The Mystical and the Erotic in the Life and Teachings of Ramakrishna, Jeffrey J. Kripal, University of Chicago Press, 1995
Women, Androgynes, and Other Mythical Beasts, Wendy Doniger O’Flaherty, University of Chicago Press, 1980

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