Hindu mythology offers hope for humanity, end of banker run planet
Grant J. Kidney — Hundreds of thousands of years ago, there lived a terrible despot by the name of Hiranyakashipu, according to Hindu mythology.
Hiranyakashipu oppressed his people in the most heinous of ways. One of Hiranyakashipu’s goals was to live forever. Believing that he could cheat both death and responsibility, Hiranyakashipu bullied his subjects in to total submission.
Lord Vishnu (the Supreme God of Hindu mythology), grew incredibly angry with Hiranyakashipu. Vishnu thus decided to bring justice to the oppressed, descending to Earth manifested as a terrifying half lion, half human hybrid called Nrsimhadeva.
Nrsimhadeva appeared before Hiranyakashipu and proceeded to rip the evil king’s guts right out of his stomach.
Below: a live-action rendition of the Nrsimhadeva legend.
The Universe shall always impart justice when needed
In today’s world, similar brutes like that of Hiranyakashipu exist and are at present smashing all nations with the sledge hammer of financial tyranny. In Greece, folks are killing themselves to escape the burdens of not being able to provide for their families.
The banking kingpins who’ve shackled all the world with incredible debt will someday get everything that’s coming to them. In the words of the Johnny Cash song, ‘God’s gonna cut you down’,
You can run on for a long time… Sooner or later God’ll cut you down.
So far as I’m concerned, the pain and suffering wrought by this planet’s money masters warrants divine justice in the form of death. Of course it is not the duty of any one person to inflict harm upon another. All that is needed is to just sit back and watch as the Universe works.
When a father can’t even afford to put a Pastrami sandwich on the dinner table for his children all thanks to the wicked deeds of the greedy, financial oligarchs, then now more than ever may represent a time when prayers are answered and justice delivered.
Hindus believe that at the end of time, Vishnu will return once again, riding atop a white horse, ready to do battle with the forces of evil. This final incarnation of the supreme lord is known as the ‘Kalki’ avatar.
Is it possible that Kalki represents emerging consciousness on the planet Earth? Surely a great number of souls have awoken to the banker tyranny- and with such monumental awareness on the rise, it is becoming near impossible for the workers of evil to keep hidden their master plan of world domination.
Remember, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. For every negative there is a positive. The entire framework of the grand cosmic order is contingent upon this delicate balancing act.