Lady Gaga & Goddess Kali? [pics are disturbing]


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  The Kali Dance

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 Lady Gaga Dance [blood sacrifice?]


One may be interested in this link to Lady Gaga doing a blood sacrifice [?] at…and also from the picture attachments, is there a connection between the 2? Are both these ritual sacrifices to godess Kali who has an insatiable thirst for blood?


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10 responses to “Lady Gaga & Goddess Kali? [pics are disturbing]

  1. Fuck da police

    lady gagas apart of the bohflment

  2. Angel

    lady gaga is a weirdo
    u never know she may be doing witch craft!!
    dont trust her!!!! shes got weirdness inside of her!

  3. Anonymous

    first of all, lady gaga is a satanist. next, ther is no such thing as kali comes up and drinks goat’s blood and dances. wutta heck? some kinda mega concert? cumon. gimme a break. hinduism is a myth. ther is no fact at all. (saying this after deep research) everything is based on stories from their story books. please. the persians brought hinduism and no they are no more.

    • Anonymous

      you are an asshole. how dare you generalize. within Hinduism there are different sects and if u did any research you wouldn’t be posting crap. that shows how much you really know. you are just an ignorant A-hole. as for Lady Gaga…she’s Illuminati and they just try to give other cultures a bad name with their BS satanism.

    • wft! Hinduism is based on facts and science and how dare u say dat abt kali she is a goddess dat looks after all if it was nt for her we would not even be alive all the mothers came down 4 a reason and if ave no respect for her then u dont ave respect 4 ur own mother and god help ur soul for what u sed e first creation before light itself. Kālī means “the black one” and refers to her being the entity of “time” or “beyond time.” Kāli is strongly associated with Shiva, and Shaivas derive the masculine Kāla (an epithet of Shiva) to come from her feminine name. A nineteenth-century Sanskrit dictionary, the Shabdakalpadrum, states: कालः शिवः। तस्य पत्नीति – काली। kālaḥ śivaḥ। tasya patnīti kālī – “Shiva is Kāla, thus, his consort is Kāli” referring to Devi Parvathi being a manifestation of Devi MahaKali.

      Other names include Kālarātri (“black night”), as described above, and Kālikā (“relating to time”). Coburn notes that the name Kālī can be used as a proper name, or as a description of color.

      Kāli’s association with darkness stands in contrast to her consort, Shiva, who manifested after her in creation, and who symbolises the rest of creation after Time is created. In his supreme awareness of Maya, his body is covered by the white ashes of the cremation ground (Sanskrit: śmaśāna) where he meditates, and with which Kāli is also associated, as śmaśāna-kālī. (Adi Parashakti) and her assistants, the Matrikas, wound the demon Raktabija, in various ways and with a variety of weapons in an attempt to destroy him. They soon find that they have worsened the situation for with every drop of blood that is dripped from Raktabija he reproduces a clone of himself. The battlefield becomes increasingly filled with his duplicates.Durga, in need of help, summons Kāli to combat the demons. It is said, in some versions, that Goddess Durga actually assumes the form of Goddess Kāli at this time. The Devi Mahatmyam describes:

      Out of the surface of her (Durga’s) forehead, fierce with frown, issued suddenly Kali of terrible countenance, armed with a sword and noose. Bearing the strange khatvanga (skull-topped staff ), decorated with a garland of skulls, clad in a tiger’s skin, very appalling owing to her emaciated flesh, with gaping mouth, fearful with her tongue lolling out, having deep reddish eyes, filling the regions of the sky with her roars, falling upon impetuously and slaughtering the great asuras in that army, she devoured those hordes of the foes of the devas.

      Kali destroys Raktabija by sucking the blood from his body and putting the many Raktabija duplicates in her gaping mouth. Pleased with her victory, Kali then dances on the field of battle, stepping on the corpses of the slain. In the Devi Mahatmya version of this story, Kali is also described as a Matrika and as a Shakti or power of Devi. She is given the epithet Cāṃuṇḍā (Chamunda), i.e. the slayer of the demons Chanda and Munda. Chamunda is very often identified with Kali and is very much like her in appearance and habit.

      and ther is prove dat Hinduism is not just a myth

    • Anonymous

      yes there is!!!!!! maha kali exists

    • mandiiiii

      how dare u? do u even know who is kali? she does exists so get ur facts right!!!!!!!

  4. Anonymous

    you guys make me laugh… where i am from you would be surprized for the things that walk the streets at 3 am….

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