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Some Hindus are spinning the most recent Paris terrorist attack to complain about Islam. However, look at their Hindu goddess, Kali, the goddess of death and destruction. And, while US Senator Diane Feinstein has complained about Judge Amy Barretts’ Catholic “dogma living within”, she has never, to our knowledge, raised questions about Kamala Harris’ Hindu dogma. Kamala Harris could be one heart-beat from the US Presidency. We have all learned, in recent years, the potential power of the US Presidency. And, US Supreme Court judges can be impeached.

Rameswaram is a Shiva temple: “Special prayers performed in Rameswaram temple for Kamala Harrishttps://archive.vn/Neq3V Shiva’s phallus is worshiped there. Kali is Shiva’s wife (consort). Kamala’s mother’s name Shyamala appears to refer to Kali (in Bengali). If her mother is named for Kali, wouldn’t this make Kamala the daughter of Kali?

Excerpts from The Guardian.com:
Indian cult kills children for goddess: ‘Holy men’ blamed for inciting dozens of deaths” By Dan McDougall in Khurja, India Sun 5 Mar 2006
A painted image of the Hindu goddess Kali is propped up against a stone in the dirt, her long red tongue goading terrified worshippers into submission. From one of her eight flailing arms a severed head dangles, her neck is adorned by a necklace of bleached human skulls.

There are bloodstains on the cracked wall behind the terrible postcard-size image and, around the dark room, splattered gore on the heavy wooden furniture. These dark marks bear witness to a child sacrificed in the name of the abominable goddess

Sumitra Bushan, 43, who lived in Barha for most of her life, certainly thought she was cursed. Her husband had long abandoned her, leaving her with debts and a life of servitude in the sugarcane fields…

Life was bad but then the nightmares and terrifying visions of Kali allegedly began…

She consulted a tantrik, a travelling ‘holy man’ who came to the village occasionally, dispensing advice and putrid medicines…

His guidance to Sumitra was to slaughter a chicken at the entrance to her home and offer the blood and remains to the goddess. She did so but the nightmares continued and she began waking up screaming in the heat of the night and returned to the priest. ‘For the sake of your family,’ he told her, ‘you must sacrifice another, a boy from your village.’

Ten days ago Sumitra and her two sons crept to their neighbour’s home and abducted three-year-old Aakash Singh as he slept. They dragged him into their home and the eldest son performed a puja ceremony, reciting a mantra and waving incense. Sumitra smeared sandalwood paste and globules of ghee over the terrified child’s body. The two men then used a knife to slice off the child’s nose, ears and hands before laying him, bleeding, in front of Kali’s image…

Police in Khurja say dozens of sacrifices have been made over the past six months. Last month, in a village near Barha, a woman hacked her neighbour’s three-year-old to death after a tantrik promised unlimited riches. In another case, a couple desperate for a son had a six-year-old kidnapped and then, as the tantrik chanted mantras, mutilated the child. The woman completed the ritual by washing in the child’s blood…

According to an unofficial tally by the local newspaper, there have been 28 human sacrifices in western Uttar Pradesh in the last four months. Four tantrik priests have been jailed and scores of others forced to flee.

The killings have focused attention on Tantrism, an amalgam of mystical practices that grew out of Hinduism… It has millions of followers across India, where it originated between the fifth and ninth centuries…

Tantriks … say their reputation is being destroyed by an insane minority. ‘Human sacrifices have been made in this region since time immemorial… I recommend simply pujas and very rarely animal sacrifices.’…
Excerpts Courtesy of Guardian News & Media Ltd. The Guardian allows up to 500 words for personal blogs. Please read the article in its entirety here: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2006/mar/05/india.theobserver