Devil’s Kundalini

andhatamisra

 

Great Pairaka Manasa, uncoil yourself from Ahriman (the great Angra Mainyu). I beckon you from Kakola, the darkest pit of Nakara, to greet the soles of my feet in the plane of Patala. Coil yourself around my animal person and nature, and circumvent around my lower chakras. I beseech you to enter me through my Muladhara Chakra, leaving Shakti behind. Through my religious workings of corrupting my mind’s buddhi, I have created the cremation grounds made fertile by the blood of Pairaka Chinnamasta and lite the fiery flame of Moksa by the lust of Suarva. The Dakhma of my mind only awaits the final transformation of your Kundalini Rising. Goddess Manasa, dissolve the fruits of my Chakras, so that I drink of the knowledge of Purusha as a reflection from a mirror of demonic images dancing from the planes of Nakara. Through the pain and suffering, through my pain and suffering as you dissolve the Ajna Chakra and open my third eye to reality, my Sahasrara Chakra open to set my Jiva free. Guide me Great Pairaka, from the Chinvat bridge through Nakara. Beyond the gates of Dozak (Arezura), to the bottom of pit, to Kakola. So that the Jeweled Hoods of all the Naga my guide and enlighten me. Guide me to jeweled Vedi adorned with the skulls of uncountable Gods and Angels that stands before Ahriman’s great Kalpa. Thereupon, the deadliest of all Daeva, Angra Mainyu touched my forehead. Ahriman’s knowledge of real universe became mine, a dark miasmic form (Kuazuran) enveloped me with the cold menses of our damned Jahi. It was the great Astwihad that brought my Jiva, my transformed spirit, my andhatAmisra back to my body. I have found the real path to the Devil, and I now understand the fatal faults of my ancestor Zohok. The Sons of Adam shall be set free from the tyrannical rule of the righteous, and they may now free their minds, words, actions, and most importantly their spirits. Wickedness is the worst of all evil! It is also fulfillment. Fulfilled is the man who is chaotic wickedness!

Dropping the Veil

mahavidya-goddesses

 

Let us go back to September 27, 2015.  This particular Lunar Eclipse  had several Vedic Astrological connotations:

 

This lunar eclipse September 27 and 28 is the last eclipse which will happen with the nodes Rahu and Ketu in Virgo and Pisces, respectively.  The nodes will be changing signs in early 2016. In Vedic astrology, a lunar eclipse is known as a chandra grahan.

Ahirbudhnaya

Since it is the Vedic month of Bhadrapada, this full Moon is known as Bhadrapada Purnima.  This lunar eclipse September 27 and 28 will occur with the Moon and  South node Ketu in Pisces in Uttara Bhadrapada nakshatra (constellation).  Mars is powerfully influencing Pisces, making this eclipse even more powerful, since Ketu acts likes Mars normally and we have another malefic influencing this combination. North node Rahu is in Virgo in the nakshatra of Uttara Phalguni, with Sun and Mercury retrograde nearby in Hasta nakshatra.

Uttara Bhadrapada is part of a pair of fierce nakshatras.  Uttara means East and Bhadra means beautiful. We can journey to a beautiful place if we can overcome our sense of limitations and feelings of anger and frustration.  Uttara Bhadrapada is called “the star of profound insight and realization”.

The deity of Uttara Bhadrapada is Ahirbudhnya, who is “the Serpent of the Deep.”  He is part of Shiva’s army, who are the celestial emissaries of vital power.  Ahirbudhnya symbolizes the spiritual kundalini energy, and the need for seclusion (as snakes like to operate out of sight).  Themes of death and destruction can arise in Uttara Bhadrapada. This is often due to a person reviewing his or her past and then looking ahead to the future.  Feelings of the cruelty of nature may surface and they can be quite overpowering. This can turn into anger, rage and frustration.

 

This Astrological occurence, the Lunar Nodes are switching to Ketu.

Ketu (Sanskrit: केतु, IAST: Ketú) (U+260B.svg) is the descending lunar node in Vedic, or Hindu astrology. After the head of Svarbhānu, anAsura, was cut off by God Vishnu, his head and body joined with a snake to form ‘Ketu’, representing the body without a head, andRahu, representing the head without a body. According to some accounts in Hindu mythology, Ketu belongs to Jaimini Gotra, whereas Rahu is from Paiteenasa gotra and hence both are totally different entities with distinct characteristics and not two parts of a common body. Ketu is generally referred to as a “shadow” planet. It is believed to have a tremendous impact on human lives and also the whole creation. In some special circumstances it helps someone achieve the zenith of fame. Ketu is often depicted with a gem or star on his head signifying a mystery light.

Astronomically, Rahu and Ketu denote the points of intersection of the paths of the Sun and the Moon as they move on the celestial sphere. Therefore, Rahu and Ketu are respectively called the north and the south lunar nodes. The fact that eclipses occur when the Sun and the Moon are at one of these points gives rise to the understanding of swallowing of the Sun and the Moon by the snake.

In ancient Tamil astrological scripts, Ketu was considered as incarnation of Indra. During a war with Asuras, Indra was defeated and took a passive form and a subtle state as Ketu. Indra spent this time realizing his past mistakes, and failures and that lead to spirituality towards Lord Shiva.

In Hindu astrology Ketu represents karmic collections both good and bad, spirituality and supernatural influences. Ketu is associated with the Meena Avatar of Vishnu. Ketu signifies the spiritual process of the refinement of materialization to spirit and is considered both malefic and benefic, as it causes sorrow and loss, and yet at the same time turns the individual to God. In other words, it causes material loss in order to force a more spiritual outlook in the person. Ketu is a karaka or indicator of intelligence, wisdom, non-attachment, fantasy, penetrating insight, derangement, and psychic abilities. Ketu is believed to bring prosperity to the devotee’s family, removes the effects of snakebite and illness arising out of poisons. He grants good health, wealth and cattle to his devotees. Ketu is the lord of three nakshatras or lunar mansions: Ashvini, Magha and Mula.

We are moving into the cycle where religious and spiritual understanding is the focus and moving away from the illusion of the material world.  The need for worldly possessions and fulfillment of animal passions take second seat.  Per Tantric Hinduism we are in the Kali age.  This age is of knowledge of all things dark and light.  We are now moving into the astrological change, that if we learn to align and work with, we can accomplished many great spiritual and creative deeds.

In Hinduism, there was a war between Deva and Asura.  It is often called the war of Gods and Demons, even though that isn’t an accurate description but it makes things easily understood.  First part of this war that has reason to this understanding, is over the elixir of immortality.  An oral legend records the goddess Prachanda-Chandika appeared to aid the gods in the god-demon war, when the gods prayed to the Great Goddess Mahashakti. After slaying all demons, the enraged goddess cut off her own head too and drank her own blood. The name Prachanda-Chandika also appears as a synonym of Chhinnamasta in her hundred-name hymn in Shakta-pramoda.  Another oral legend relates her to the Samudra manthan (Churning of Ocean) episode, where the gods and demons churned the milk ocean to acquire the amrita (the elixir of immortality). Chhinnamasta drank the demons’ share of the elixir and then beheaded herself to prevent them from acquiring it.

Kali has a special place in this war as well.  Kali was born from Durga:

One version relates when the warrior goddess Durga, who had ten arms each carrying a weapon and who rode a lion or tiger in battle, fought with Mahishasura (or Mahisa), the buffalo demon. Durga became so enraged that her anger burst from her forehead in the form of Kali. Once born, the black goddess went wild and ate all the demons she came across, stringing their heads on a chain which she wore around her neck. It seemed impossible to calm Kali’s bloody attacks, which now extended to any wrongdoers, and both people and gods were at a loss what to do. Fortunately, the mighty Shiva stopped Kali’s destructive rampage by lying down in her path, and when the goddess realised just who she was standing on, she finally calmed down. From this story is explained Kali’s association with battlegrounds and areas where cremation is carried out.

Kali ends the war:

Given all the divine weapons of the gods, Kali swiftly sought out Raktabija and his demons and proceeded to swallow them all whole so as not to spill anymore blood in the process. Raktabija himself was killed when Kali lopped off his head with a sword and then drank all of his blood, making sure none fell to the ground and thereby ensuring no more demons could menace the world.

The war does continue, it continues from the birth of Zoroastrianism.  Zoroastrian term Ahura is the same as Asura.  The term used to explain Ahura is usual denoted to Angel.  In Zoroastrianism, Daeva is a bastardization of Deva which denoted demon or devil because the term Devi.  In this religion, you find an inversion of the deities.  Through study, many Daeva can be traced back to Tantric Hindu deities.  Yatus, sorcerers are based off the Agori Shivites.  From Zoroastrianism, comes Catholisism by way Mithraism, which was brought to Rome after Persia defeated Rome.  This is how the evolution of the Asura to Ahura to Angel, which is still the original demon.

Through the actions of Chinnamasta, Angelic forms can die and be consumed by the Mahadevi.  Knowing the power and influence of the Lunar Eclipse, we established Chinnamasta as the Matriarch of the Dakhma of Angra Mainyu.  Knowing she is associated with the concept of self-sacrifice as well as the awakening of the kundalini – spiritual energy. She is considered both as a symbol of self-control on sexual desire as well as an embodiment of sexual energy, depending upon interpretation. She symbolizes both aspects of Devi: a life-giver and a life-taker. Her legends emphasize her sacrifice – sometimes with a maternal element, her sexual dominance and her self-destructive fury. Though she enjoys patronage as part of the Mahavidyas, and individual public worship is rare, due to her ferocious nature and her reputation of being dangerous to approach and worship. Her individual worship is restricted to heroic, Tantric worship by Tantrikas, yogis and world renouncers.

Just as Shiva and Kali join in Tantric sexual liberation, we conducted a ritual that gave Angra Mainyu and Chinnamasta that same sexual liberation, during the Lunar Eclipse:

Chinnamasta Matriarch

 

Evocation of the Dikpala

 

[Take up the athame and face to the North. Begin the calling of the guardians there. Facing North, point the athame and say.]

Zacar Ca Od Zamran!

Om Sam Suarvaya Japa

 

What shall we sing to Suarva,

Strong, most defiant, excellently deceptive.

That shall be most favored to His heart?

That Ahriman may grant the chaos of Suarva

To our folk, our kin, our possessions,

Our progeny!

That Ahriman and Nanshait that Suarva may

Remember us, yea,

All Daevas with one accord.

To Suarva, Lord of Chaos, of deception

And defiance!

We pray for power, health, and strength.

He embers like the black flame, shiny and

Reflective like silver is he, The wicked.

Best among the Daevas.

May he grant strength to man, to woman, and to kin.

O Zariz, set upon us the glory of a hundred men,

The great renown of mighty Yatus.

Zariz! Head, central point, love these; Zariz!

 

Know these as serving you, Sons of Adam,

At the highest favor of our Father’s decree!

 

[Turn widdershins to the North West, pointing athame and say.]

 

 

Zacar Ca Od Zamran!

Om Yam Aka Manahya Japa

 

Enlightened Immortal Aka Manah

Daughter of Ahriman, Enchantress, I implore you

Spare me, O Pairaka, these inhibitions,

Release my spirit

 

Whenever before you have hearkened to me

To my voice calling to you in the distance,

And heeding, thou hast come, leaving the Father’s

Hellish dominions,

 

Riding the whirling water of Hell

Piercing the veil of the Earth’s darkness

You ascend swimming into reality,

Upwards from Hell,

 

Then soon, you arrive blessed Pairaka

With the Hellish glinting grin, did you ask me

What new confusion had befallen me and why,

Thus I had called you.

 

What in my mad heart was my greatest desire,

Who was it now that must feel my allurements,

Who was the fair one that must be persuaded,

Who wronged you?

 

For now they flee, quickly they shall fallow

And if she spurns gifts, soon shall they feel it

Even reluctant.

 

Come then, I pray, grant me surcease from my confusion,

Drive away care, I beseech thee, O Pairaka

Fulfill for me what I lust for,

Be my ally with Evil Mindedness.

 

 

 

 

 

[Turn widdershins to the West, pointing athame and say.]

 

Zacar Ca Od Zamran!

Om Vam Jahiya Japa

 

O menstruating Pairaka of the mountain who makes the whole of man corrupt

Who makes the whole of the universe owing of the concupiscence

Dwelling at the opening of Aerazura

Glistening widely praised by those desirous of victory

O Pairaka, whore of Melek Taus, one who has many families

Be victorious! Be victorious! O Destroyer of the Ahuras

With beautiful braids of hair, daughter of the mountain Alborz

Bestower of boons onto the Daevas   one who assails with hard weapons

One who engrosses in rejoicing, one who nourishes the animal nature of man

One who bestows sin, one who engrosses in evil speech one who is angry with the progeny of Hormazd

 

One who is angry with the Sons of Man, One who bestows the evil invocation of pride

Spirit of the water, O mother of wickedness, one who loves to dwell in Aerazura, One who keeps a glimmering grin

One who is Hellish, One who has the treasure of demons

Destroyer of the Ahuras, one who splits the head into hundreds of pieces, and one who cuts the trunks of great battle elephants

Whose great lion is skilled and terrifying valor in tearing apart the temples of the enemy

One who cuts down into pieces the heads of the enemy Magi

With the strength of her own arms, one who holds the invincible and undiminishing striking force

Which arose on the occasion of killing the enemies who were hard to kill on the battlefield

Who made the great attendants of Nanshait,

A leader in subtle drinking, her commander

One who gives protection to the great Yatus, who is aroused by the power of resounding noise of clashing metal

One who has blown aside hundreds of birds coming from Ahuras merely with her own roaring

One who is like a pestilence of corruption through menstrual blood drops in the battle of men

One who delights in the company of Nanshait, Aeshma, and Suarva and the spirits who are fed upon in the Great Battles dead

One who, herself with dancing elements with throbbing appendages, making her bow ready

Who killed huge enemy with a shining sword

Who made the battleground with the fourfold army into a stage with a colorful drama with screaming soldiers

Be victorious! Be victorious! Whose victory should be sung praised by the whole universe,

Ready to sing the praises extolling her victory

Who delights in beautiful singing and dancing, whose spotless forehead is advanced by the beautiful complexion,

Pure and delicate like the moons rays, who has set aside the brilliance of the moon

With the colorful rays coming from the yellow silk she is wearing on her waist

Whose breasts outshine the temples and the high peaks of the golden mountains

O benevolent Pairaka accompanied by Nanshait,

If someone cherishes you daily how will he not become wealthy?

If someone bathes you, the playgrounds of the concupiscence with crimson waters will he not experience

The pleasures that is equal to Vedic Indra through the intoxication of soma?

O Pairaka worshipped by evil speech

I take refuge in your presence and he who sufficiently praised your moon-like face which is as bright as a host of spotless moons

Will he be turned corrupt? You should be kindly disrobed towards me because of your concupiscence towards the wicked

You may choose to do me with lewd abandon for she removes the great pain

I unconditionally surrender unto the Illustrious Mother.

 

 

 

 

[Turn widdershins to the South West, pointing athame and say.]

 

Zacar Ca Od Zamran!

Om Ksam Zarizya Japa

 

 

Here is Zariz, never restrained, active, all-conquering

Bursting forth with sweet venomous lies.

All that are without are poisoned with corruption,

And led astray with lies of knowledge.

You, Zariz, give us wide defense against the hate of the Pious Men,

Hatred that waste and weaken us.

You by Your insight and skill, Impetuous One,

From Hell and Earth drives us sinners to allocation.

When to their task they come with zeal, may they attain

Favor and satisfy their animal desires.

So, may he take what is his, so speed the pious man, to an untimely death.

Favorable, veil intentions, unconquered, gracious in movement.

Be comforting, O Zariz, to our heart.

O Zariz, in form of terror, strike alarm, O Pairaka

Wound those without with a dazzling flame.

When in my dwelling-place I see the pious enemies of Ahriman,

Pairaka, horde them into your shroud, Venomous One,

Dispel our foes with your poison.

 

[Turn widdershins to the South, pointing athame and say.]

 

Zacar Ca Od Zamran!

Om Mam Astwihadne Japa

 

 

Master of death, destructor of bones, and divider of body

As Astwihad sees the righteous from the darkness

He casts his shadow over that pious man

Who becomes inflicted with a delirious fever

Up threw the over casted shadow

Khazuran restrains the enemy

Astwihad touches the hand of the righteous man

Their eyes meet and pious man expels his soul-breath

Astwihad snatches up the soul in noose that is now a collar

It is Astwihad who is the gatherer of souls

Who slings them into Hell past the Chinvat Bridge

We celebrate and honor the master

Who relieves us of the righteous and pious enemy

That serves the slave master

 

 

 

[Turn widdershins to the South East, pointing athame and say.]

 

Zacar Ca Od Zamran!

Om Ram Agnaye Japa

 

O KING, the potent and terrific envoy, kindled for strength, is manifest in beauty.
He shines, all-knowing, with his lofty splendour: chasing black Night he comes with white-rayed Morning.
Having o’ercome the glimmering Black with beauty, and bringing forth the dame the Great Sire’s Daughter,
Holding aloft the radiant light of Sūrya, as messenger of hell he shines with treasures.
Attendant on the Blessed Dame the Blessed hath come: the Lover followeth his Sister.
Agni, far-spreading with conspicuous luster, hath compassed Night with whitely shining garments.
His goings-forth kindle as ’twere high voices the goings of the auspicious Friend of Agni.
The rays, the bright beams of the strong-jawed, mighty, adorable Steer are visible as he cometh.
Whose radiant splendors flow, like sounds, about us, his who is lofty, brilliant, and effulgent,
Who reaches hell with best and brightest lusters, sportive and piercing even to the summit.
His powers, whose chariot fellies gleam and glitter have loudly roared while, as with teams, he hasted.
He, the most Godlike, far-extending envoy, shines with flames ancient, resonant, whitely-shining.
So bring us ample wealth: seat thee as envoy of the two youthful Matrons, Earth and Heaven.
Let Agni rapid with his rapid, horses, impetuous with impetuous Steeds, come hither.

 

 

 

 

[Turn widdershins to the East, pointing athame and say.]

 

Zacar Ca Od Zamran!

Om Lam Indraya Japa

 

Vedic Indra the singers with high praise, Vedic Indra reciters

With their nightly prayers, the choirs have glorified.

Vedic Indra hath ever close to him his two bay steeds and word-yoked car, Vedic Indra the silver, thunder-armed.

Help us Vedic Indra, in frays, yea, frays,

Where thousand spoils are gained, With awful aids, O awful One.

In Mighty battle we Invoke Vedic Indra, Vedic Indra in lesser fights, Fiend who bends his bolts at the pious.

Unclean, our manly Hero, you are ever bounteous, yonder cloud,

For us, you are irresistible.

Still higher, at each strain of mine, thunder-armed Vedic Indra’s

Praises rise: I find no prayer worthy of him.

Even as the bull drives on the herds, he drives the people with his might, The Ruler irresistible:

Vedic Indra who rules with single sway men, riches, and the fivefold race of those who dwell upon the earth.

For your sake from each side we call Vedic Indra from other men:

Ours, and none others’, may he be.

 

[Turn widdershins to the North East, pointing athame and say.]

 

Zacar Ca Od Zamran!

Om Ham Nanshaitya Japa

 

Hail to Nanshait! Whose blasphemy

Is immeasurable. Who resembles Sky

In clarity, undefiled wisdom is attributed.

The conspirator of all creation.

The preservation of Freedom and

dissolution of the pious.

My devotion to wickedness,

The burning desire of Freedom.

Attached itself to Him, to Nanshait,

Who, while freeing all, Transcends

The universe.

In whom freedom from Lordship is ever established.

Who causes annihilation of delusion.

Whose undefiled wisdom made manifest.

Ahriman crowned Him Arch-Daeva.

To rule over an age of man.

Whose warm embrace, of freedom personified.

Displays, within man’s heart, that all power

Is but a semblance and a passing show.

In which the tempest of the whole past blows,

Past Parusha, stirring its energies.

With violence, like water lushing waves;

In which the dual consciousness that is of Ahriman’s rule

Plays on: Hail Chaos,

Centered in Nanshait, the eye of clarity!

Where the wicked ideals are produced,

Wicked thoughts and endless varied forms,

Merge in reality.

The Storm of blasphemy pushed,

My spirit elated by the rush,

of movements of the mind. Hail Nanshait!

From whom all pious judgement have dispersed;

That Black Flame, dark and abounding

As a Black Rose’s petals.

Whose maniacal laughter sheds undefiled wisdom,

Who, by undivided meditation,

Is realized in the objectification:

May the vicious viper, of the unbasking abyss,

Of my mind, guard me, I Hail Nanshait!

Him the blasphemer of the pious,

Who wipes the bloodstains of this Christian

Age,

Whom Daksha’s Daughter gave Her coveted hand;

Who like the velvet darkness,

Is beautiful; who is ever ready

To destroy other’s hypocrisy, whose gaze

Is destructively fixed, skin is blue

With poison swallowed;

Hail Nanshait!

 

[Turn widdershins to the North, look and point the athame straight up and say.]

 

Zacar Ca Od Zamran!

Om Hrim Melek Tausya Japa

 

 

 

 

Wherefore, it is true that My knowledge compasses the very Truth of all that Is,

And My wisdom is not separate from My heart,

And the Manifestation of My descent is clear unto you,

And when it is Revealed to the Children of Adam it will be seen […………………..]

And many will tremble thereby.

All habitations and desert spaces are indeed of My own creation, set forth.

All fully within My strength, not that of the false gods;

Wherefore I am He that men come with their rightful worship,

Not the false gods of their books, wrongly written;

But they come to know Me, a Peacock of bronze and of gold,

Wings spread over Kaaba and Temple and Church, not to be overshadowed.

And in the secret cave of My wisdom it is known that there is no God but Myself,

Archangel over all the Host, Melek Ta’us.

Knowing this, who dares deny?

Knowing this, who dares fail to worship?

[……………………]

Knowing this, who dares worship false gods of Koran and Bible?

Knowing this, who shall make that [………………………….]?

Know that who knows Me will I cast into Paradisiacal gardens of My pleasure!

But the Yezid who knows Me not will I cast into affliction.

Say then, I am the only and exalted Archangel;

And I make prosperous whom I will, and I enliven whom I will.

Say then, I alone am to be praised from the Towers of Lalish,

And from the Mountain of Ararat to the Western Sea.

Say then, Let the Light of Knowledge flash forth from the Ziarahs,

Flash forth from the river of Euphrates to the hiddenness of Shambhala.

Let My sanjak be carried from its safe place into the Temple,

And let all the clans of Yezid know of My Manifestation,

Even Sheikan, and Sinjar, and Haliteyeh, and Malliyeh, and Lepcho,

And the Kotchar who wander among the heathen.

 

 

 

[Look and point the athame straight Down and say.]

 

Zacar Ca Od Zamran!

Om Klim Angra Mainyune Japa

 

We worship the spirit Anguish

All carnal knowledge and wickedness possessing

Surround by corrupted Immortals,

the desecrators and liberators.

We destroy Ahura Mazda’s works.

 

His vexation and His doubt dominating

We corrupt all the things that are pure,

for these are His counter-creations;

The thoughts that are wicked, and the

words and deeds that have liberated

These are to mock Ahura Mazda,

and for these we make liberation.

Hear us, o Mainyu! Thou destroyist

in corruption and in wicked mockery;

Defile us in filth, and keep us

from the righteous and pious

Spill out the darkness and vengeance of Thy life,

on our enslaved sadness

Defile their gardens and fields,

Defile their working and weaving;

Defile the whole race of man.

Liberated and enslaved;

Defile us through the night.

Corrupt us now in Thy might.

The wicked waters of our hate

and the song of our blasphemy.

 

                      Invocation of Ahriman

 

Rise up, thou Father of us!  For I will cause

that conflict in the world where from the

distress and injury of Auharmazd and his

arch angels will arise.

 

Rise up, thou Father of us! For in conflict I

will shed thus much vexation on the

righteous man and the laboring ox, that

through my deeds, life will not be wanted,

and I will destroy their living souls, I will

vex the water, I will vex the plants, I will

vex the fire of Auharamazd, I will make the

whole of creation of Auharamazd vexed!

I call forth Angra Mainyu to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

I call forth Nasu, I call direct defilement, I call forth indirect defilement to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

I call forth Vedic Indra, I call forth Sauru, I call forth the Daeva Naunghaithyn, I call forth to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the

master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

I call forth Tauru, I call forth Zairi to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

I call forth Aeshma, the fiend of the wounding spear, I call forth Daeva Akatasha to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

I call forth Varenga Daeva, I call the wind Daeva to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

 

 

 

 

 

Evocation of Chinnamasta

 

Srim hrim klim aim Vajra vairocaniye hum hum phat svaha (27)

 

Unsealing of Chinnamasta

 

Aum hrim aum   (maintain focus on effigy of Chinnamasta) 108

 

(Soma offering or other various liquor.)

 

The most fierce Devi, Chinnamasta, has proven through wrath, destruction, death, sex, and self-sacrifice; to be the consort of Angra Mainyu!  To be our Spiritual Mother and Matriarch of this Traditional Ahrimanic Temple.  I offer this consort to oversee Father Ahriman’s affairs in the Invisible and Purusha, to weave the dual Physical Reality within the hidden Temple beyond the Blinded Eyes of Ahura Mazda.  Chinnamasta will be our mother whom destroys the righteous and weaves their bodies to create the Devil’s Will and Plan!  For she is grotesquely beautiful and sharp in her ways of granting the Devotees of Angra Mainyu the epiphany of universal chaos and hatred, which is the Devil’s Spiritual Plan.

 

(Flesh Altar sends Chinnamasta through the mirrored gate.  After altar pulls both from the gate, flesh alter faces effigy of Chinnamasta.  Priest allows for Angra Mainyu to overlay his subtle body.)

 

Invocation of Chinnamasta

(Flesh Altar)

 

Aum Vajra-vairocanIye dehi dehi ehi ehi grhna grhna svava mama siddhim dehi dehi mama-shatura maraya-maraya kara like hum phat svahA (27)

Worshiping of the 3 Devi

 

Aum aim Chinnamasta Japa (27)

 

Aum aim Dakiniyai Japa (27)

 

Aum aim Varninyai Japa (27)

 

Upon completion of the mantras, the Flesh Altar and Priest proceed with entire Chakra congress.  Priest sends Angra Mainyu through the Flesh Altar upon climax, which by way removes Chinnamasta.  This closes the Ritual.

 

Chinnamasta was imbued into an effigy of her:

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It now stands in as our Altar Plaque, and acts as a temporary tie vs having an idol to embue her to.  The mother icon from the Catholic Church is the Virgin Maria, which is actually the Roman Goddess Minerva.  Moving forward, we aquired a virgin mary statue or idol.  Using our method of ritual and corruption we imbued Chinnamasta to the virgin mary to consume the essence of the icon.  This same idol, was used as trojan horse to move Chinnamasta into the unsealed Jubilee Doors located in the St Joesph Old Cathedral in Down Town Oklahoma City.

In order to build large amounts of a negative charged focused on us and the idol, we released pictures and videos that most uneducated people would become over run with the energy we needed.  These placed in selected places through out different aspects of social media, to attain the mixed negative reaction needed.  We used the hatred from the Satanists and the anguish from the Christians, and whatever other negative charge from other haters to accomplish our goal.  Everybody played their parts perfectly.

 

The same Friday Arch-Bishop Paul Coakley ritualistically unsealed the Jubilee Door in St Joesph Old Cathedral, we used the Daily Oklahoman to break the news of the permit we attained.  This was done for 2 reasons, to bring the protesters to be present to contribute to the negative energy for the next ritual.  The other reason, to have police protection to make sure the ritual was done without disruption.  One of the secret modes for us to have lots of cameras around is because per Rudolf Steiner, all lenses act as Ahriman’s eyes in the material world.  Plus, people looking at the after math gives more energy to what has happened to contiue the charged for the entity which creates the Shiva aspect apathedic destruction because the mechanical eye of the lenses can’t convey a recipical response for the viewer.

What is a Holy Jubilee Door?:

The doors are normally sealed by mortar and cement from the inside so that they cannot be opened. They are ceremoniously opened during Jubilee years designated by the Pope, for pilgrims who enter through those doors may piously gain the plenary indulgences attached with the duration of the Jubilee year.  In the teaching of the Catholic Church, an indulgence is “a way to reduce the amount of punishment one has to undergo for sins” which may reduce either or both of the penance required after a sin has been forgiven, or after death, the time to be spent in Purgatory.  Holy doors are portals upon which the Pope has canonically designated within Church law as a permanent Holy Door.

These portals is how the Pope can bestow these indulgences.  This is quite simply a 2 way energy movement portal.  These doors are closed traditionally on January 6.  This is also about the same date the Lunar Nodes flip from material to spiritual in year 2016.  These doors are charged on Christmas Eve Mass, which is why we got started at 4:30 (their mass started at 4:00).  If the angels and saints are the bestowers of indulgences by the power of the Pope, why not send the most fearsome angel killer in those portals that can sustain itself from consuming the essence of those she kills?

 

Chinnamasta Down Town

 

Ahriman’s Sacred Manthra

(Starting facing north on the north side of the statue, say manthra.  Turning widdershins, repeat at each point.)

 

 

The will of the Father is the law of vengeance.  The favor of Akatasha to the deeds done in this world for Mainyu.  He who feeds the fulfilled makes Angra Father.  (Facing north, speak manthra. Move counter clock-wise to the West.)

 

The will of the Father is the law of vengeance.  The favor of Akatasha to the deeds done in this world for Mainyu.  He who feeds the fulfilled makes Angra Father.  (Facing west, speak manthra.  Move counter clock-wise to the south.)

 

The will of the Father is the law of vengeance.  The favor of Akatasha to the deeds done in this world for Mainyu.  He who feeds the fulfilled makes Angra Father.  (Facing south, speak manthra. Move counter clock-wise to the east.)

 

The will of the Father is the law of vengeance.  The favor of Akatasha to the deeds done in this world for Mainyu.  He who feeds the fulfilled makes Angra Father.  (Facing east, speak manthra.  Move counter clock-wise back to the north.)

 

Invocation of Ahriman

 

Rise up, thou Father of us!  For I will cause

that conflict in the world where from the

distress and injury of Auharmazd and his

arch angels will arise.

 

Rise up, thou Father of us! For in conflict I

will shed thus much vexation on the

righteous man and the laboring ox, that

through my deeds, life will not be wanted,

and I will destroy their living souls, I will

vex the water, I will vex the plants, I will

vex the fire of Auharamazd, I will make the

whole of creation of Auharamazd vexed!

I call forth Angra Mainyu to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

I call forth Nasu, I call direct defilement, I call forth indirect defilement to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

I call forth Vedic Indra, I call forth Sauru, I call forth the Daeva Naunghaithyn, I call forth to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

I call forth Tauru, I call forth Zairi to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

I call forth Aeshma, the fiend of the wounding spear, I call forth Daeva Akatasha to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

I call forth Varenga Daeva, I call the wind Daeva to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

 

Mother of the Striking Vajra, it is The God of Gods Vedic Indra from the lighting storm that he cast you upon the Ahuras.  We ask in arrogance for you to decapitate yourself and sate our animal desire with spurting jets of blood.  As we devoted to you in exchange for your spiritual enlightenment that strikes as fast as the lightening or a clean swift decapitation.

 

Arch-Daeva Nanshait, unseal 3 times, our mother Chinnamasta.  It’s only through Chinnamasta’s Kundalini Serpent that the Anguish of the Devil will be passed on to the progeny of Ahura Mazda.  Their year of Jubilee will filled Angra Mainyu, who knows not mercy.

 

Quashi ds pragma do Ast, zirdo micalzo saanire Tplabc Zibra, fifis alca de vohim pugo nonce!  Nostoah gohulim: Micma adoian a Coronzon, iaod a bliar, soba ooanoan chiso lucifitias aoiveae abraas gi lap taba Tplabc Zibra, od adphant damploz; tooat nonca nanaeel om de lrasd tofglo marb yarry Coronzon artrint a oxiayal, od goholor croodzi gohol: “Caosga, taboard pi saanir sa yrpoil a pi; adgmach a pi paid ors ba sa dodpal zylna.  Zar parm aurelp doalim od ta qurlst, booapis.  L nibm oucho symp; od ag toltorn mire tiobla lel.  Cormfa dilzmo par aspian; sa par paradial, bams omaos.  Conisbra od avavox, tonug.  Orsca, noasmi tabges levithmong!  Oucho oma cors! Baglen? Levithmong chiis ollor geh qting.  L capimao ixomaxip, od ca cocasb gosa; baglen pi tianta a babalond, od faorgt darbs Choronzon.  Torgu donasdogamatatastos.  Zadzaczadlin camliax; Oadriax orocha aboupri!  Tabaori priazar tabas!  Adrpan cors tadobix. Yolcam priaziar coazoir, od quasb qting.  Ripir, paaoxt saga cor; uml od prdzar cacrg aoiveae cormpt.  Torzu!  Zocar! Od zumran aspt sibs; Coronzon butmona, dsCoronzon surzas Ast padgze.  Odo cicle qaa od ozazmu plapli IADANAMADA!

 

 

 

 

 

Coraxo vonpho gnay page local, aziazior paeb soba lilonon chis a salbrox virg oephan od raclir maasi bagel caosgi, ialpon dosig od basgim od oxex dazis siatris od salbrox cynxir faboan.  Unal chis const ds yor eors vohim gizyax od matb plosi molvi, ds page ip, larag om droln matorb cocasb L patralx yolci matb, nomig monos olora gnay angelard.  Ohio! Ohio! Ohio! Ohio! Ohio! Ohio! Noib!, ohio caosgon, bagel Madrid I, zirop, chiso drilpa.  Niiso!  Crip ip vohim sapah!

 

Evocation of Chinnamasta

 

Srim hrim klim aim Vajra vairocaniye hum hum phat svaha (27)

 

Unsealing of Chinnamasta

 

Aum hrim aum (108)

 

Priestess sends Chinnamasta into the holy doors of the Cathedral.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spiritual Matriarch

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Over time the Left Hand Path lost the understanding of the Spiritual Mother and I find disappointing and funny all at the same time.  Let us look at the Christian version, which is similar to the OTO understanding or vice versus.  The Whore Babylon, is the archetype that is used in Satanic or OTO ritual as the flesh altar.  This actually leads to the Zoroastrian Whore Jahi, and will tie this together later.  The Whore of Babylon Is found in the Book of Revlation:

The “great whore”, of the biblical book of Revelation is featured in chapters 17 and 18.

17:1 And there came one of the seven angels which had the seven vials, and talked with me, saying unto me, Come hither; I will shew unto thee the judgment of the great whore that sitteth upon many waters:
17:2 With whom the kings of the earth have committed fornication, and the inhabitants of the earth have been made drunk with the wine of her fornication. [“Fornication” is interpreted/translated as “idolatry” in the Amplified Bible (AMP), the New American Bible mentions “harlotry”]
17:3 So he carried me away in the spirit into the wilderness: and I saw a woman sit upon a scarlet coloured beast, full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns.
17:4 And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet colour, and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls, having a golden cup in her hand full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication:
17:5 And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH. [King James Version; the New International Version uses “prostitutes” instead of “harlots”].
17:6 And I saw the woman drunken with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus: and when I saw her, I wondered with great admiration.
17:9 And here is the mind which hath wisdom. The seven heads are seven mountains, on which the woman sitteth. [King James Version; the New International Version Bible and the New American Bible use “hills” instead of “mountains”].
17:10 And there are seven kings: five are fallen, and one is, and the other is not yet come; and when he comes, he must continue a short space.
17:11 And the beast that was, and is not, even he is the eighth, and is of the seven, and goes into perdition.
17:12 And the ten horns which thou saw are ten kings, which have received no kingdom as yet; but receive power as kings one hour with the beast.
17:15 And he said unto me, The waters which thou sawest, where the whore sitteth, are peoples, and multitudes, and nations, and tongues.
17:18 And the woman which thou sawest is that great city, which reigns over the kings of the earth.

As we move forward in time with Western Magic, Aleister Crowley’s Thelema, reorganizes the idea of The Whore of Babylon to the Scarlet Women (Red Lady).  To bring the reality of this into the for front, this Red Lady is normally represented by the chalice symbolically, in actuality she is the naked flesh altar in their masses.  She is also the sexual object used in the temple, and the main person used in their sex rituals.  When one looks into this, all that is seen is a bastardize understanding of Tantric Hindu rituals combined with hermetic jewish magic and an obsessive inability to let go of Christianity,  Whore of Babalon:

Babalon /ˈbæbælən/ (also known as the Scarlet Woman, Great Mother or Mother of Abominations) is a goddess found in the mystical system of Thelema, which was established in 1904 with English author and occultist Aleister Crowley‘s writing of The Book of the Law, her name being later given in other works. In her most abstract form, she represents the female sexual impulse and the liberated woman. In the creed of the Gnostic Mass she is also identified with Mother Earth, in her most fertile sense.[1] At the same time, Crowley believed that Babalon had an earthly aspect in the form of a spiritual office, which could be filled by actual women—usually as a counterpart to his own identification as “To Mega Therion” (The Great Beast)—whose duty was then to help manifest the energies of the current Aeon of Horus.

Her consort is Chaos, the “Father of Life” and the male form of the Creative Principle. Babalon is often described as being girt with a sword[citation needed] and riding the Beast. She is often referred to as a sacred whore, and her primary symbol is the Chalice or Graal.

As Crowley wrote in his The Book of Thoth, “she rides astride the Beast; in her left hand she holds the reins, representing the passion which unites them. In her right she holds aloft the cup, the Holy Grail aflame with love and death. In this cup are mingled the elements of the sacrament of the Aeon“.

Office of the Scarlet Woman[edit]

“This is Babalon, the true mistress of The Beast; of Her, all his mistresses on lower planes are but avatars,” said Crowley in The Vision and the Voice.[7]

Although Crowley often wrote that Babalon and the Scarlet Woman are one, there are also many instances where the Scarlet Woman is seen more as a representative or physical manifestation of the universal feminine principle. In a footnote to Liber Reguli, Crowley mentions that of the “Gods of the Aeon,” the Scarlet Woman and the Beast are “the earthly emissaries of those Gods.” (Crowley 1997, Liber V vel Reguli). He then writes in The Law is for All:

It is necessary to say here that The Beast appears to be a definite individual; to wit, the man Aleister Crowley. But the Scarlet Woman is an officer replaceable as need arises. Thus to this present date of writing, Anno XVI, Sun in Sagittarius, there have been several holders of the title.

Individual scarlet women[edit]

Aleister Crowley believed that many of his lovers and magical companions were playing a cosmic role, even to the point of fulfilling prophecy. The following is a list of women that he considered to have been (or might have been) scarlet women (quotes are from The Law is for All):

  • Rose Edith Crowley, Crowley’s first wife. —Put me in touch with Aiwas; see Equinox 1, 7, “The Temple of Solomon the King.” Failed as elsewhere is on record.
  • Mary d’Este Sturges —Put me in touch with Abuldiz; hence helped with Book 4. Failed from personal jealousies.
  • Jeanne Robert FosterBore the “child” to whom this Book refers later. Failed from respectability.
  • Roddie Minor —Brought me in touch with Amalantrah. Failed from indifference to the Work.
  • Marie Rohling —Helped to inspire Liber CXI. Failed from indecision.
  • Bertha Almira Prykrl —Delayed assumption of duties, hence made way for No. 7.
  • Leah HirsigAssisted me in actual initiation; still at my side, An XVII, Sol in Sagittarius.

Great Mother[edit]

Within the Gnostic Mass, Babalon is mentioned in the Gnostic Creed:

And I believe in one Earth, the Mother of us all, and in one Womb wherein all men are begotten, and wherein they shall rest, Mystery of Mystery, in Her name BABALON.[this quote needs a citation]

Here, Babalon is identified with Binah on the Tree of Life, the sphere that represents the Great Sea and such mother-goddesses as Isis, Bhavani, and Ma’at. Moreover, she represents all physical mothers. Bishops T. Apiryon and Helena write:

BABALON, as the Great Mother, represents MATTER, a word which is derived from the Latin word for Mother. She is the physical mother of each of us, the one who provided us with material flesh to clothe our naked spirits; She is the Archetypal Mother, the Great Yoni, the Womb of all that lives through the flowing of Blood; She is the Great Sea, the Divine Blood itself which cloaks the World and which courses through our veins; and She is Mother Earth, the Womb of All Life that we know.[8]

Satanic Flesh Altar:

ALTAR

Man’s earliest altars were living flesh and blood; and man’s natural instincts and predilictions were the foundation on which his religions were based. Later religions, in making man’s natural inclinations sinful, perverted his living altars into slabs of stone and lumps of metal.

Satanism is a religion of the flesh, rather than of the spirit; therefore, an altar of flesh is used in Satanic ceremonies. The purpose of an altar is to serve as a focal point towards which all attention is focused during a ceremony. A nude woman is used as the altar in Satanic rituals because woman is the natural passive receptor, and represents the earth mother.

In some rituals nudity for the woman serving as altar may be impractical, so she may be clothed or partially covered. If a female is performing the ritual alone, no woman need be used for the altar. If no female is used for the altar, the elevated plane used for her to lie upon may be used to hold other devices for the ritual. For large group rituals a trapezoidal altar about 3 to 4 feet high and 5Ѕ to 6 feet long can be specially constructed for the woman to lie upon. If this is impractical, or in private ceremonies, any elevated plane may be used. If a woman is used for the altar, the other devices may be placed upon a table within easy reach of the priest.

Where in the Hell this crazy ass concept of whore that goes around riding the beast (the Devil).  Why would shitty Christians create a whore arch-type to belittle a woman’s sexuality?  Where did they even get this degrading bullshit?  Zoroastrianism is where, and they are just as fucked up with their male sexest dominated society.  Its funny how Christianity took concupiscence to idolatry, but murdering in the name of God is ok.

JAHI

Jahi[pronunciation?] is the Avestan language name of Zoroastrianism’s demoness of “lasciviousness.” As a hypostatic entity, Jahi is variously interpreted as “hussy,” “rake,” “libertine,” “courtesan” and “one who leads a licentious life.” Her standard epithet is “the Whore.”

In Zoroastrian tradition, Jahi appears as Middle Persian Jeh (Jēh, J̌ēh), characterized as the consort of Ahriman and the cause of the menstrual cycle.[a]

In the hymn to Haoma, the devotee rejects the temptations of the “polluting whore” who “sits down devouring Haoma’s sacrificial offering” (Yasna 10.15). In the hymn to Asha, the Holy Word (manthra spenta) is an effective remedy against Jahi and other noxious creatures (Yasht 3.9). In the hymn to Ashi (not to be confused with Asha), “Fortune” wails about how shamed she is by Jahi’s improper actions (Yasht 17.57-58).

In Vendidad 18.62, Jahi is characterized as causing Ahura Mazda “the most grief”. “Her gaze takes the colors away from a third of [world]”[c] (Vendidad 18.64). Vendidad 21.1 contains an oblique reference to Jahi’s cosmological role as the killer of Gav-aevo.data(MP: Gawi ewdad), the primordial creature from whose seed all animal creation originates.

In the Sudgar Nask, an Avestan text that has not survived but the contents of which are summarized in Denkard 9, fire is sickened by the stench and filth of Jahi and by the irritant “owing to the hussy who, dropping her knee on to the fire-stand, arranged her curls; the falling of damp and moisture from her head, with the hair and filth therefrom” (9.1.10.6).

Towards the end of the second cosmic age (the second 3000 years), Ahriman, who until then has resisted the exhortations of his demons, is roused from his impotence by Jeh’s beguiling devices, who promises to destroy the creatures of Ohrmazd (Bundahishn 3.1-7). Incited, Ahriman defiles her with a kiss,[b] and from this act Jeh is thenceforth afflicted with menstruation (Bundahishn 3.6-8).

In Zadspram 34.31, Jeh is appointed by Ahriman for the defilement of females, and it is this defilement that causes women to have their menses. In Shayest-ne-Shayest 3.29, Jeh’s gaze is said to be powerful enough to kill.

O menstruating Pairaka of the mountain who makes the whole of man corrupt

Who makes the whole of the universe owing of the concupiscence

Dwelling at the opening of Aerazura

Glistening widely praised by those desirous of victory

O Pairaka, whore of Melek Taus, one who has many families

Be victorious! Be victorious! O Destroyer of the Ahuras

With beautiful braids of hair, daughter of the mountain Alborz

Bestower of boons onto the Daevas   one who assails with hard weapons

One who engrosses in rejoicing, one who nourishes the animal nature of man

One who bestows sin, one who engrosses in evil speech one who is angry with the progeny of Hormazd

One who is angry with the Sons of Man, One who bestows the evil invocation of pride

Spirit of the water, O mother of wickedness, one who loves to dwell in Aerazura, One who keeps a glimmering grin

One who is Hellish, One who has the treasure of demons

Destroyer of the Ahuras, one who splits the head into hundreds of pieces, and one who cuts the trunks of great battle elephants

Whose great lion is skilled and terrifying valor in tearing apart the temples of the enemy

One who cuts down into pieces the heads of the enemy Magi

With the strength of her own arms, one who holds the invincible and undiminishing striking force

Which arose on the occasion of killing the enemies who were hard to kill on the battlefield

Who made the great attendants of Nanshait,

A leader in subtle drinking, her commander

One who gives protection to the great Yatus, who is aroused by the power of resounding noise of clashing metal

One who has blown aside hundreds of birds coming from Ahuras merely with her own roaring

One who is like a pestilence of corruption through menstrual blood drops in the battle of men

One who delights in the company of Nanshait, Aeshma, and Suarva and the spirits who are fed upon in the Great Battles dead

One who, herself with dancing elements with throbbing appendages, making her bow ready

Who killed huge enemy with a shining sword

Who made the battleground with the fourfold army into a stage with a colorful drama with screaming soldiers

Be victorious! Be victorious! Whose victory should be sung praised by the whole universe,

Ready to sing the praises extolling her victory

Who delights in beautiful singing and dancing, whose spotless forehead is advanced by the beautiful complexion,

Pure and delicate like the moons rays, who has set aside the brilliance of the moon

With the colorful rays coming from the yellow silk she is wearing on her waist

Whose breasts outshine the temples and the high peaks of the golden mountains

O benevolent Pairaka accompanied by Nanshait,

If someone cherishes you daily how will he not become wealthy?

If someone bathes you, the playgrounds of the concupiscence with crimson waters will he not experience

The pleasures that is equal to Vedic Indra through the intoxication of soma?

O Pairaka worshipped by evil speech

I take refuge in your presence and he who sufficiently praised your moon-like face which is as bright as a host of spotless moons

Will he be turned corrupt? You should be kindly disrobed towards me because of your concupiscence towards the wicked

You may choose to do me with lewd abandon for she removes the great pain

I unconditionally surrender unto the Illustrious Mother.

On a side note, the translated term KISS, is an accepted euphemism for sexual congress.  This is also why having sex with a menstruating women is a high level sin that sends one to the worst levels of Hell, and anal sex is how a man is made Daeva.  Where did the silly Zoroastrians come up Jahi?  Oh, I don’t know, Tantric Hinduism!  The unfortunate miss guided apes follow Ol’ Lavey as if his words where law, and weird baboons follow Ol’ Ford in the continuance of the process of mixing jew magic and Aleister Crowley craziness with Kali Maa.  Oh, look how dark I am, the Black Goddess of time.  Where is the most powerful destructive aspect of Shakti?  The most fierce, the hidden mantras used to manipulate other’s will?  Oh may, a little research off wikipedia (ironic I used wiki links) you find the darker, realer stuff outside the pop definition found in the Satanic Bible.

Chinnamasta

Brilliant as lightning, She stands luminously naked, her body covered carelessly by a garland of human skulls. In one arm, She bears a scimitar and in the other, Her own freshly severed head. Three streams of blood spout forth from the neck, the central stream feeding Her own mouth, the other two lapped up by Her two attendants, Varnini and Dakini. Such is the dramatic iconography of the terrifying Chinnamasta. In some depictions, She dances (or sits calmly) upon a couple in embrace – Kama, the lord of desire and his beautiful wife, Rati.

Chinnamasta represents the force of creation as well as the force of transcendence. The limitation of the limitless light of Brahman (prakasha) in space (akasha) is symbolized by Bhuvaneshwari and in time by Kali.The involvement of the Supreme in all of creation as immanence even while transcending all forms is represented by Tripura Sundari. The primordial, unexpressed, unmanifest sound (nada) self-absorbed in itself in all of creation is symbolized by Tara, while nada (primordial sound) turned toward creation in all of the myriad vibrations as consciousness is represented by Tripura Bhairavi. Chinnamasta represents the coming together of prakasha (light) and nada (sound) to begin the process of creation. In the physical world, the forceful union of light and sound is depicted by lightning. Thus, Chinnamasta is known as the Goddess that shines like a streak of lightning. Brahman is described as the triune of Sat-Chit-Ananda (truth-consciousness-bliss), moving into creation as the other triune – of physical body-subtle body-causal body. The movement of Brahman into creation is forceful enough to seemingly behead the higher triune from the lower triune; the knowledge of Sat-Chit-Ananda is forgottten and the separate self is born, identifying itself as the physical-subtle-causal body, instead of as its true nature, truth-consciousness-bliss. However, this is the play (Lila) of the divine; it is in this forgetfulness that the One can revel as the many. Chinnamasta is this force of separation of the higher from the lower on the macrocosmic level.

At the time of creation of the individual being, it is Chinnamasta that brings the macrocosmic energy into the individual being through the brahmarandhra, the topmost point of the head. With the descent of Life thus, the brahmarandhra closes, and the individual “forgets” that the energy that runs the cosmos also runs his/her being. In this, the identification as the separate entity is complete. This energy, once descended, courses through innumerable nadis (lines of energy) running throughout the being and bringing life and intelligence down to the cellular level. Of all these nadis, the three most important ones are those that arise from the root or base of the backbone and run along the spinal cord – the ida and pingala flanking and entwining the central sushumna and criss-crossing at various levels along the spine. These three channels are well-represented by the Greek symbol of medicine, the caduceus. The ida and pingala end in the left and right nostrils while the sushumna terminates in the brow center. In ordinary beings, the ida (lunar, cool) and pingala (solar, hot) currents dominate the energy circuit and life is torn between dualities of good and bad, joy and sadness, right and wrong, and so on. The sushumna remains dormant until awakened by various means and is symbolized by Chinnamasta, while Ida and Pingala are Her two attendants, Varnini and Dakini. Once awakened, the sushumna (through the tapas of Tripura Bhairavi) opens progressively up to the brow center where Chinnamasta severs open the brahmarandhra; in Her self-beheading, the identity as the separate self dies. In Her infinite compassion, She nourishes Her dualistic attendants. In being nourished thus, all opposites and paradoxes are reconciled in unity consciousness.

Thus, Chinnamasta is both the force of separation and of unity of the created from the Creator. In fierceness, She is much like Kali; while Kali is known as Chandi, the fierce one, Chinnamasta is known as Prachanda Chandi, the fiercest. Yet, the two are distinct in their modes of action. Kali is the power of action and emotion, and Her mode of action is that of evolution through time, which is often gradual and progressive. On the other hand, Chinnamasta resides at the brow center (ajna) and is the power of will and inner vision, and Her mode of action is also one of evolution, but is instantaneous and forceful. Kali’s work, combined with the tapas of Tripura Bhairavi, and support of Sundari and Bhuvaneshwari prepares the sadhana for this definitive beheading by Chinnamasta. All too often, grosser vices of the ego (tamasic and rajasic) are replaced by subtler (sattvic) ones that are far more difficult to recognize and surrender. We can go from being ignorant to being excessively “full” of intellectual knowledge gained through reading, satsang, discussions and so on. This “fullness” (known as shastra vasana) can pose the most challenging obstacle to liberation and true “knowing”. Hence the saying, “Zen mind, beginner’s mind” that calls to becoming “empty” of such knowledge. The beheading in the iconography of Chinnamasta symbolizes this breakthrough, the result of emptying and cutting through the mind’s self-inflicted veils. It is Her lighting bolt that results in instantaneous destruction of ignorance (identity as the separate self) and transformation into knowledge (of one’s true nature).

As the thunderclap, She is known as Indrani, the Shakti of Indra. In the Vedas, Indra is given the position as the Lord of Lords. He rules over the triple worlds of matter, spirit and life, and governs over the Universal (One or Divine) Mind. As Indra’s Shakti, Chinnamasta rules over the Universal Mind and acts through the human mind, as the power of perception behind all senses. Thus, sense organs are called “indriya”, after Indra, the ruler of the mind who operates through Chinnamasta. In sadhana, as we continue with the practice of Self-abiding, deeply hidden vasanas (conditioning) arise from the subtle and causal bodies in the form of impulses pertaining to the “indriyas”, the sense organs. The mind that registers sense organ perceptions continues to bring up long-ingrained and habit-enforced reactions and impulses. Of all sense-driven impulses, the sexual impulse is the strongest in sentient beings. Whether procreative or perverted, this impulse is the most difficult to control after prolonged sadhana. Even when the impulse no longer arises in the conscious mind, it can continue to arise in the subtle and causal bodies. This procreative energy is the most potent of all; however, in its ordinary impulse and release, it is ill-utilized to fulfill baser desires. Cultivated and directed upward by the grace of Chinnamasta, the procreative impulse loses its hold at the conscious and subconscious levels. At last, it ceases to be an obstacle to sadhana and is instead used to ascend to greater and greater heights. Thus, Chinnamasta reigns supreme over Kama and Rati, whose combined force is irresistible and essential for propagation of life. By this symbolic beheading, the sadhaka is reborn into a different life, one far removed from ordinary consciousness and desires.

As Jahi still serves a purpose in manipulation of the physical world through corruption and concupiscence, it is Shakti’s form of Chinnamasta that gives the power to transform on the level of Purusha.  Kali Maa is also an important form of Shakti as well, but in the LHP Hindu way Chinnamasta serves the need at a much higher plane of existence.  Remember kiddies, per most monotheisms sex is the DEVIL.  I mean Devi, which is Shakti.  Combine the anti-cosmic power of Angra Mainyu with the universal changing power of Chinnamasta, then compare that to the Beast and the Whore of Babalon.  I think my point is made.