Kali wears a skirt of severed human arms, a necklace of decapitated heads, and earrings of dead children, and she often has a terrifying expression with a lolling tongue which drips blood.
There’s a saying, be careful what you wish for, you just might get it. New York City is a place where thousands of babies are murdered every year in their mother’s womb, and the politicians threw a party after passing laws allowing due date abortions in 2019. In 2015, the Empire State Building was lit up in spectacular fashion with the image of Kali, the Hindu goddess of death. It was almost as if they were inviting her in. In 2020, that same Empire State Building is now flashing a red distress signal. Why? Because death has come to their streets, and the people are terrified.
“I call heaven and earth to record this day against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both thou and thy seed may live: That thou mayest love the LORD thy God, and that thou mayest obey his voice, and that thou mayest cleave unto him: for he is thy life, and the length of thy days:” Deuteronomy 30:19,20 (KJB)
Let’s learn a little about who Kali, the Hindu goddess of death is:
“Kali is the Hindu goddess (or Devi) of death, time, and doomsday and is often associated with sexuality and violence. Kali’s name derives from the Sanskrit meaning ‘she who is death’. As an embodiment of time Kali devours all things, she is irresistibly attractive to mortals and gods, and can also represent a mother goddess. She wears a skirt of severed human arms, a necklace of decapitated heads, and earrings of dead children, and she often has a terrifying expression with a lolling tongue which drips blood.” READ MORE
New York has become an epicenter for COVID-19 in the United States, with over 38,000 confirmed cases and 900 deaths as of Tuesday morning, according to Johns Hopkins.
The Empire State Building is commemorating doctors, nurses and other medical employees working at the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic by showing a flashing red light, like an ambulance siren. The spectacle, which was met with both alarm and gratitude on social media, is intended to resemble a “heartbeat,” according to a statement from the building’s owners.
This is what the Empire State Building looked like in 2015:
Goddess Kali takes ovr Empire State building,NY-artwork by filmmaker Louie Psihoyos & co as part of Projecting Change pic.twitter.com/Lr20mXQmxk
— Anant Bhan (@AnantBhan) August 9, 2015
The Times of India was thrilled when Kali was projected on the side of perhaps the most famous building in the world, and called it a ‘breathtaking spectacle’. Artist Andrew Jones designed the portrait of the goddess to make the point that ‘Mother Nature now more than ever needs a fierce avatar to fight the dangers of pollution and extinction’. Wow.
This Is The Empire State Building in 2020:
— Rita J. King (@RitaJKing) March 31, 2020
My heart breaks for the dead and dying in New York City right now, it truly does. But let me ask you this. Do you really think it’s a coincidence that after making such a grand ‘spectacle’ of honoring the Hindu ‘goddess of death’ Kali that now the streets of New York are awash with so many dead bodies the morgues can’t hold them all? Please pray for the people of New York City, that God would show them mercy. And pray their eyes will be opened, that like Nineveh they would repent and turn from the culture of death they’ve created and choose life.
In 2019, the Empire State Building was lit to celebrate the death of unborn babies
Just one generation ago, the world was horrified when newsreels from the Allied Forces liberating Germany shocked the world with raw moving images of Hitler’s concentration camps. People watched with jaws scraping the floor as they saw in utter disbelief the mass killing of human beings in gas chambers, ovens, and being shot in large groups. Contrast that with yesterday as New York governor Andrew Cuomo celebrated the legal mass killings of babies up to the moment of birth by lighting up New York City in pink. Let the irony of choosing the color pink, the color that represents a newborn baby girl, sink in for a moment.
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