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I had an interesting experience last Thurs night/Fri morning (12-1:30am) that I wanted to share with everyone.

My hubby and I were watching cartoons from the early '90's (Yeah, we're total nerds) and the Lord suddenly reminded me of a dream I had had back in December. I always write my dreams that I know are from the Lord down, so I looked it up on the computer (This has nothing to do with the cartoon, btw). Since I stumbled on this site and began posting, I have been coming under demonic attack occasionally. I believe this was another episode, but it is worth going into detail over.

My dream went like basically like this: My entire family from both sides were renting this fabulous mansion in the mountains (U.S. Mountains) as a vacation home. It was incredibly expensive, but very extravagant and beautiful-the vacation of a lifetime. I was exploring the mansion by myself and noticed a lot of big cat specimens that had been stuffed and positioned in stalking poses with bared teeth. There were jaguars, panthers, tigers, leopards, and cougars, but no lions. It was creepy, and the more I explored the more there seemed to be. I was really on edge and decided some exercise via a climbing wall I was on earlier was in order. I went and was feeling better until I got to the top, where a new animal had been added in the last hour. There were no staff around, so I really freaked and tried to tell my family who blew me off. (Skipping a little) I managed to escape the house by way of a forgotten door since the main doors and windows were all locked. I hopped in my van and as I was driving off, I saw the same big cats, alive now, closing in on the house.

Conclusion: I looked up the meanings of these different big cats since they should not have been in a North American forest (save for the cougar). They all had to do with the occult, especially goddess worship. Then I felt the Lord telling me to look at the calendar. It was a New Moon night. I looked up "religious significance of the new moon"...and found it is significant in everything from Islam to astrology, but especially Hinduism and Wicca. Seeing as how it was also the "witching hour" at 12-1am, I found it all very interesting. I believe someone was trying to cast a spell (s) on me.

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MirrorsO (1 stories) (150 posts)
11 years ago (2010-06-26)
Yeah. I've heard that of Kali too, but she's also considered as potent fertility. Like a two-faceted goddess. Some people even say that she has two different forms, other than the monstrous one (which is her aspect of destruction).
HaVeN (guest)
11 years ago (2010-06-26)
I have heard of Kali. Isnt she a godess of destruction. I read about her in a book. Which the book is about vampires but she talked about Krishna. Have you heard of Krishna? It talked about all kinds of gods and goddesses. Like Yaksha and Yakashini.
MirrorsO (1 stories) (150 posts)
11 years ago (2010-06-25)
I've always believed that even though all religions seem to be different and have more than one god, the foundation is the same. God is everything, just depicted and seen differently. I too have had to research religions and thanks to this, have come to understand all of the different facets of God. Hinduism is particularly interesting. It has many gods capable of being both good and bad. Like Aditi that helped women conceive and protected them during birthing. She is also the purifier of illness and sins. Then there's Kali, Laksmi... Ecetera. I know that all I'm mentioning are females. 😳 But if I continue talking about this, I'll just ramble. 😁
LouraFriend (guest)
11 years ago (2010-05-23)
Yet another unexpected dream remembrance. I was watching the History Channel last night and they had a show about Pompeii and Vesuvius. At one point they went down into a crypt under a Catholic Church and it was exactly like a dream God had given me years ago. I still remember it vividly.

I knew that the dream (and the show) had to do with death and honoring the dead. Following the leads of my other two experiences I researched the Hindu God of death. I honestly didn't think I would find much since I knew Hinduism emphasizes reincarnation and the eventual melding with Brahman. I figured death just wouldn't get too much attention. Ever heard of Kali? It doesn't take much research to learn that this Hindu goddess who is supposed to be both protector and destroyer is always portrayed with a necklace of human heads, skirt of human arms, and requires the sacrifices of male animals and people. Not to mention the sex magic in a cemetery. Nowhere did I read that this practice has fallen into obscurity, so...

BTW: I know what the symbolism is regarding the heads and arms, etc. But common sense and some research tells me it is what it looks like... A demon of darkness, blood, and death, not some lovely, maternal protector. What's maternal about a "mother" with a severed head and bowl of blood?
LouraFriend (guest)
11 years ago (2010-05-21)

1. I wanted to let everyone know that when I use the terms "God" and "the Lord" I am specifically referring to the God of the Bible, or Jehovah.

2. I had another experience a few days after this original post. I had been in intense prayer for others when I heard God say, "Lie down on the couch, I am going to show you something". I thought I would receive a vision, but instead I fell asleep and dreamed about elephants. I thought that was strange and began doing some research. Turns out the elephant is a major symbol in other religions. Hinduism, in fact has a god named Ganesha who has a man's body and an elephant's head.

This experience followed my previous one which also had to do with Hinduism to a point. Each dream had to do with a specific Hindu god/goddess, which I previously knew nothing at all about. God was telling me to begin learning more about Hinduism (not to practice it, but to understand more about it). I have been studying other religions for the past three years, especially the occult. So far, Hinduism has been an interesting but confusing study.

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