The Elephantine Effrontery of the Pagans

PUBLISHED on the Internet: Sept. 12, 2005. Revised Oct. 4, 2005.

Christianity is the world's only religion that is strictly logical, which is why it will never make the fantastic claim that "all" accept its validity or find it appealing. But all forms of paganisms or heathenries, whether Hinduism or Islam or any other form, make such fantastic and absurd claims.

It is claimed, for example, for the Satanist "Sai Baba", that he is "loved by all men", a pretension encapsulated in the slogan "Sab ka malik ek". Similar claims are made for the demon Ganpati or Ganesh, as it is for every one of the Hindu demons. The reader is requested to view this provocative pagan site full of blasphemies against the Lord and His Mother, Mary —, and particularly this page:

Another provocation is the aggression of the Hindus who arrogate the title "Lord", which belongs to Christianity as the title for our God, "YHWH" or "Elohim", the God of Israel, whom we most usually call, in short, Our Lord, or the Lord, (English transliteration of Hebrew "Elohim") by attributing this same title (of "Lord") to their demons, e.g. Ganapati, Shiva, Krisna, etc.

I was under the misapprehension that this aggression and blasphemy perpetrated by these miserable, despicable vermin was restricted to India; I have, in these last few days discovered that this robbery and blasphemy is now carried forth into all the world! (See, for example, this Australian pagan site: ISCON-Australia).

The time for Christians to grumble over these blasphemies is long over. It is now time to engage in war, to war upon the vermin and chastise them, that they may learn to fear the name of the Lord.

Christianity compels no one to follow it; however, we cannot and will not condone or connive at blasphemies and usurpations.

Wednesday, September 7, 2005 was observed by the Hindus as "Ganesh Chaturthi". From the previous evening, and until well past midnight, despite the pretended "ban" on noise pollution after 10 p.m., which "ban" has occassioned the suppression of midnight services by Christians, Hindu processions wound past my windows on the Main Street, making loud and unholy noises, evocative of the tumults of Soddom and Gommorrah, as the idolators carried the idols of the demon Ganpati to their homes for five or ten days of worship, before consigning these idols to the sewers.

The next day onwards, the noise was stopped promptly at 10 p.m., in the area I live in. However, when I visited my sister, staying over Saturday and Sunday nights, the loudspeakers went on till about 1 a.m.

Ganapati, master ("pati") of the masses ("gana"), is a Hindu demon that, according to Hindu mythology was created by Parvati, consort of Shiva, out of her collected sweat. Shiva is one of the three Hindu supergods forming a triad, together with Brahma and Visnu. Shiva and his consort Parvati are said to dwell on the summit of Mount Kailasa in Western Tibet, China, and near the sources of the Indus and Brahmaputra rivers.

At the time Parvati created Ganapati, her consort Shiva was away. Going in to bathe, she instructed Ganapati to guard the entrance of their quarters. When Shiva came, Ganapati refused to permit him entry, and in a rage, Shiva beheaded him. When Parvati discovered this, she was overcome with grief, and in order to placate her, Shiva beheaded an elephant, placed its head on the child, and revived it. Thus, Ganapati came to have an elephant's head complete with large flapping ears and probiscus or trunk.

Whatever the origin of this demon, it is obvious to the Christian that it is a teratological entity — a grotesque monster, composed of an elephant's head on a human body! To accentuate the nonsensicality of this teratology, he is given a mouse as his steed, his vahaan!

Sometime in mid-August this year, an interesting book came into my hands. This is P.K. Ravindranath's Sharad Pawar: The Making of a Modern Maratha (UBSPD, 1992, ISBN 81-85674-46-9). I was aware of the role played by Bal Gangadhar Tilak in the invention of the public observances of the Ganesh Chaturthi festival, being taught so in school, but this was merely a brief mention, informing us that Tilak urged the Hindus to observe this festival in order to mobilize and display aggressiveness against the English rulers. Ravindranath's book supplies a great deal of detail that the school histories do not provide.

Ravindranath's book, however, suffers from a serious defect, since it's narration is deeply flawed and broken up into disjointed chapters. It is obvious that I will need to track down a reliable book on the work of B.G. Tilak.

The D.N.A. newspaper of Sept. 7, 2005, carried on the editorial page two small box-articles:

God of all beginnings

His name is invoked to ensure an auspicious beginning and to remove all vighna (obstacles). He ensures the success of ventures. And for writers and scribes, he is a patron saint; it was he who jotted down the Mahabharata dictated by the sage Ved Vyasa — and by all accounts, he wrote at the speed of Vyasa's thought. But most of all, for a city that has been hit, in rapid succession, by nature's fury, epidemics and house crashes, Ganesh comes as a welcome respite this year.

Despite their recent misfortunes, Bombayites are showing no signs that this year's festivities will be muted or at a low key. The fervour of the devotees is more than matched by the zeal of the organisers; gone are the days when the Ganpati festival was a quiet family affair. Today the whole neighbourhood participates, and the local politico uses it as a means to display his muscle. During the British Raj, Bal Gangadhar Tilak used the festival to collect crowds and spread the message of freedom; today, it is a battle between who can be more garish and bigger. Many purists complain that the old simplicity is gone and commercialisation has overwhelmed the spirit of the festival. Yet, there is little doubt that it is a time of rejoicing, a time when the whole city gets carried away by enthusiasm and the sheer infectious energy of the festival.

It is significant to note that in the vast pantheon of Hindu divinity, Ganesh has managed to emrge as the most popular god of contemporary times. What explains his popularity even in this day and age of information technology? His somewhat cute and cuddly visage and bearing certainly plays a role, as does his impishness. From the myths surrounding him, to the elephant's trunk to his grand vehicle, his mouse, all contribute to the "Ganpati brand".

Over the next 10 days, Bombay — and the rest of Maharashtra state — will resonate to the sounds of "Ganpati bappa morya". Every nook and cranny will have his image and Bombayites — old as well as young, rich as well as poor — will invoke his name. They will all have their private communion with Ganesh, but it would be wonderful if they all also asked for his blessings to this wonderful but blighted city. Being a god responsible for managing the business of prosperity, he has the authority and the means.
Again, at the bottom, this even more fantastic and indeed, grotesque article appears on this demon:

Reflexions: Ganpati stars in eight Maharashtrian tales

By Surpriya Rai, a publisher of spiritual books.

The Ashta Vinayaka temples of south-east Maharashtra attract pilgrims in hundreds of thousands every year. Each of these eight temples has a uniqued depiction of Ganpati, replete with colourful legends about that form. Typically, Ganpati is the valiant knight rushing to the aid of gods and sages.

Moregaon enshrines Mayureshwara, the peacock riding Ganesha, who defeated the demon Sindhu. Sindhu, buoyed by the boon of immortality, had detained the gods. Ganesha rid the world of this menace. he also retrieved the precious jewel, Chintamani, of sage Kapila. The grateful sage gifted it to Ganesha, who is worshipped as Sri Chintamani in Thevoor in Poona. Sri Girijatmaja is the child Ganesha, born to Girija (Parvati) after she performed austere penance at the Lenyadri hills. He consented to be born as her son and lived there for 12 years.

The legend of Siddhivinayak of Siddhatek says that Brahma, the supreme god of the Hindus, had failed to propiated Ganesha before he created the universe. As a result, two demons grew out of the god Vishnu's ears and played havoc in the three worlds. It is only when Brahma atoned for his lapse that order was restored. The great Shiva, too, had to appeal to Ganesha's help to defeat Tripura-Asura and destroy his kingdom. In gratitude, Shiva built the Mahaganapati shrine at Ranjangaon. Indra, king of the gods, was not far behind. He had created Vighna-Asura to subdue King Abhinandan. But Vighna-Asura ran amok. By reining him in, Ganesha became Vighneshwara, the remover of obstacles.

Ballaleshwara of Pali is the form Ganesha took to honour his boy devotee, Ballal, who had infuriated his father by his devotion to Ganesha. The boy was beaten senseless and tied to a tree, but Ganesha rescued him, staying with him forever, in his hometown of Pali. The Varadavinayaka of Mahad had granted young Grutsamadh his wish, hence the name. Grutsamadh wished to atone for his mother Mukunda's shameful dalliance with Indra which had resulted in his birth.
Also in the Sept. 7, 2005 edition of D.N.A., Society Tea has placed a large, half page advertisement bearing a picture of a porcelain idol of the demon Ganpati, with the words "Vighaneshaya Namaha" under it. To it's right is this text:
The Worshipped
Begetter of first prayers.
Adorner of moon.
Ruler of hearts.
Ganesha, the beloved of all.

The Protector
Armed with axe and ankush,
the guardian angel looks after you.
Come water, Come fire, Come rumour,
He will guide you through.

The Festive
Drums and conches,
modak and prasad
sholakas and prayers,
announces that he is here.
The air fills with
jubilation and festivity,
a time for food, guests and tea.
In some of my articles on Hinduism, I had pointed out how, among the Greeks, in the period immediately before the Apostles began to evangelize them, a social consensus had developed that forbade the public recitation of the mythologies of the Greek 'gods' because they were obscene and unacceptable to a people who wished to be moral; how that this progress from immoralities to morality was essential to the conversion of the Greeks to Christianity; and how the Hindus never reached this stage in moral development — a fact that tells rather against them, and the 'civilisation' they boast of!

The above will go a long way to underline this truth.

Hinduism is a unique religion in all the world. It is unique because it combines all the profanities, shameless immoralities and obscenities of paganisms with all the brazen hypocrisies of the Pharisees and the Sadduccees — and, as a matter of fact, outdoes those 'gentlemen'!

Loudspeakers Banned By Indian Supreme Court

The Indian Supreme Court, acting on the principle of judicial usurpation of the functions of the legislature that is a hallmark of Protestant or "Western" democracies, had imposed a ban on the use of loudspeakers in open spaces from 11.30 p.m. to 6 a.m. A few months back, this was amended to 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

The original provocation for this ruling was a suit filed against a Protestant sect for conducting a "revival" in Madras ("Chennai") till late into the night.

Although an usurpation of legislative power, this ban was nevertheless very welcome.

As a result, the largest denomination of "Christians" in India, the False Catholic Church of Antipope Wojtyla announced that they would not be holding the Easter and Christmas services at night.

In the recent past, the Hindus have been vociferous in demanding exemptions to be granted to them for their festivals. This has even led to riots, as for example on Sept. 17, in the city of Poona.

Muslims too have jumped on the bandwagon. Being warned by the police that they cannot make the "Azaan" on loudspeakers during this time (10 p.m. to 6 a.m.) they have begun grumbling, threatening and demanding exemptions.

To followers of whatever religion, I counter this in this manner:
Loudspeakers are a comparatively recent invention, and mankind has lived for centuries and millenia without. As a matter of fact, all the major religions were founded and propagated long before the invention of loudspeakers. Why then do you claim that you cannot do without?

The pretension made by any religion or adherent that they cannot celebrate their festivities due to this ban is pure nonsense!
Recently, however, the Indian Supreme Court, bowing to public pressure, has granted exemption to the Hindus for the nine-day "Navrarti" festival for the entire nine days for Gujarat state and for the last two days for Maharashtra state.

I do not see the logic of this exemption. If exemption must be given, it must not be discriminatory but for all. As it is, this exemption will open the floodgates and all will demand that they be granted the same exemption, making the ban an effectual dead-letter.

Misplaced Priorities

Everyday I open the newspapers to behold yet another blasphemy against our Lord. The Holy Cross, the Altar upon which Our Lord shed forth his flesh and blood for the redemption of mankind, is now reduced to a fashion accessories and high-fashion prostitutes in immodest and transparent garments flaunt it on the catwalks.

Indeed, I have found a photograph published of a harlot Scarlet Johansson walking the catwalk for a fashion house called "The Imitation of Christ." I researched into this, and found that a Matt Damhave and Tara Lyn Subkoff have founded this "fashion house" in New York. This is its office address:

The Criminal Matthew Damhave
Prostitute and Antichrist Matthew Damhave
"Imitation of Christ"
Seventh House Pr.,
498 Seventh Avenue,
24th Floor,
New York City, New York State.
U.S.A. Zip Code: 10018.
Tel: 212-643-4810. Fax: 212-9716066.
The Criminal Tara Lyn Subkoff
Prostitute and Antichrist Tara Subkoff

One can view samples of the pornographies purveyed by these prostitutes of the "Imitation of Satan" here: 1 | 2.

The cases of Elian Gonzalez, George Bush Jr's legislation of Noahide Laws and of the birthday of the Antichrist of Lubawitch as the U.S. National Education Day in violation of the constitutional principle of separation of state and religion (which seems to be applicable only to Christians), the prostitute Alma Lopez's pornification of Our Lady, Terry Schiavo, Imitation of Satan "Fashion House", etc., demonstrates the utterest apostasy of the West, and of the corruption and impotence of Christians in the U.S.A., who seem utterly ignorant of Phinees, son of Aaron the High Priest, who, by his zeal, turned away the wrath of God from the Israelites!

Tbe newspapers of Bombay, owned and dominated by the numbing pagan majority of India, has become so blase and brazen over these profanations that they now have no compunction whatsoever in publishing such photographs.

Indeed, on May 30, 2005, the Times of India, owned by the Hindu triumphalist and ostensibly anti-Christian Jain family, has published an entire column showing various celebrities profaning the Holy Cross (Shakti Kapoor, Yana Gupta, Anuj Sawhney, Nisha Harale, Anushka, Shahid Kapoor, Kim Sharma, Sangeet Haldipur, Sanjay Dutt). I have collected many of these pictures as evidence of these blasphemies and sacrileges.

[Amrita Rao on the cover of Femina Girl, photographed by Subi Samuel and whose editor is Desiree de Andrade, Sept. 2005; Udita Goswami; Vikram Chatwal; Nawaz Mody-Singhania; Aftab Shivdasani; Rohit Bal; Twinkle Khanna; Yash Birla (who evidently aspires to the title of the prettiest man in Bombay, from the amount of cleavage he eternally flaunts); Sanobar Kabir; Shabir Ahluwalia]

I am keeping track of the crimes, because one day they will be brought to justice — "Be not deceived; God is not mocked!"

Nowadays, as one walks the streets, one notices that this profanation of the Holy Cross has now entered into common life: Persons obviously NOT Christians, and dressed in an manner inappropriate for a Christian, are found to be flaunting large, distinctive crosses in their neck!

In the face of this deluge of blasphemies and sacrileges, what do the members of the largest "Christian" denomination in India agitate about?

In February 2005, a pagan released a pornographical movie, "Sins", in whose storyline, an ambitious parish priest is shown falling for, seducing and fornicating with a young woman. The "Catholics" or "Katlicks" as they call themselves) broke out into a sweat over this movie and demanded that the governments ban it.

Again, the Hindu movie superstar, Amitabh Bachhan-Srivastava was shown in an advertisement for the Nirma barsoap, where he plays a priest in a cassock asking a young pupil the secret of his shining white uniform. The "Katlicks" worked themselves into a lather over this "sacrilege" too. But there has been not a whimper from them over the profanation and desecrations of the Holy Cross! Not a peep!


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