The Israeli 100 shekel note was recently brought to my attention. There is a watermark located on the bottom side(s) that some believe to be a face. I won’t get into “decoding” the bill just quite yet but if I get the free time I will post it to this blog.
You can see this image on the left side of the featured bill near the door way. The face is split in two and if you can your hands on uncut bills it becomes obvious that it does look like a face. The question is this…Who’s face is it? Some have theorized that its the face of the “Jewish messiah”, the Antichrist, Cain with his mark or maybe a demon. No one knows who or what this face actually is.
At first glance I will admit that it looks like someone of Jewish descent wearing a Russian hat with a mark on their forehead. He seems to have a mustache and beard. But after watching a video that someone made, I noticed something peculiar admit the image.
It reminded me of the goddess Kali. Kali was the consort to Shiva. We all know who Shiva is and this is just another name for Nimrod/Osiris/Apollo and he is located at the front of CERN. Now if Kali is his “wife”, then that would also make her Semiramis/Isis. Myths say she is the ultimate representation of the feminine power of destruction and is referred to as “Maa” who is the ultimate “Mother”. She was featured on the Empire State building in New York City and is revered by demoniacs like Miley Cyrus with her tounge homage.
Here is what Kali’s tounge represents. “The tongue sticking out has a dual meaning. On the first instance, it underscores her insatiable, omnivorous appetite for all tastes this world of senses has to offer. When the Goddess allowed herself to get loose upon creation, she went on a raging rampage. No demon, human or God stood a chance at stopping her blood-lust. A collective prayer was made to Lord Shiva by all beings to try to stop this Maha-Shakti form of his consort. Such was the power of the Goddess that wherever she set foot, absolute destruction followed suit. Lord Shiva realised even he could not reason with such an elemental force. He had to reach out to her in terms of emotions. As such, he decided to lay down in the Goddess’ path. When Kali finally reached the spot where Lord Shiva was lying down, she did not notice him until she stepped on his chest. So far, everything she was setting foot on was being destroyed. This was an exception, Kali was forced to look down and found Shiva there. Sudden realization dawned on her and she snapped out of her reverie and found herself extremely ashamed, sticking out her tongue instinctively as a sign of regret.”(http://www.theshivaexperience.com/goddess-kali-stand-on-lord-shiva/)
And before you actually see who Kali is, I think there is a connection (if this is her on the $100 shekel) as to why the 100 note. She happens to have 100 names that she can go by. You can find them all here.
“There is something about Kali’s tongue that disturbs the viewer. Is it a symbol of power or a symbol of shame, wonders Devdutt Pattanaik. The outstretched tongue of Kali distinguishes her from all other gods and goddesses of the Hindu pantheon. There are many goddesses who, like Kali, are naked and associated with blood and death, including Chandi, Chamunda, Bhairavi and Bhagavati, but none stick out their tongue like Kali. Sometimes Kali does not have the characteristic outstretched tongue. She has fangs protruding from the corners of the mouth. This is especially popular in south Indian imagery. A Kali without the tongue is called Bhadra-Kali or the decent-Kali who does not reject feminine grace totally. She resides in household shrines and serves as the guardian of the family. There is something about Kali’s tongue that disturbs the viewer. It is feared; it is seen as shameful, a-bhadra or not-civilised.Why is she doing it? Is it a symbol of power or a symbol of shame? In Devi Mahatmya, Kali unfurls her tongue in her role as the ultimate deliverer called upon to salvage a situation that seems hopelessly out of control. She is summoned by Durga herself to destroy the demon Rakta-bija, whose name means ‘blood-seed’. The demon Rakta-bija had the magical ability to produce a double of himself instantly every time a drop of his blood fell to the ground.
Having wounded Rakta-bija with a variety of weapons, Durga and her assistants, a fierce band of warriors known as the Matrikas, find they have worsened the situation: as Rakta-bija bleeds more profusely from his wounds, the battlefield gets filled with Rakta-bija duplicates. Desperate, Durga summons Kali, who spreads her tongue across the battlefield, and swallows in one gulp, the swarm of blood-born demons and sucks the blood from the original Rakta-bija until he falls lifeless. Kali’s tongue here is a weapon, to be feared, a reminder that nature ultimately consumes all life. In popular story-telling, the reason for Kali sticking out her tongue is rather domestic. After killing the demon Daruka, Kali drank his blood. The blood drove her mad with bloodlust. She went around the world killing at random. The gods begged Shiva to stop her. So he took the form of a handsome man and lay in Kali’s path. As soon as Kali stepped on him, she bit her tongue out of embarrassment. She was ashamed to learn that her bloodlust had prevented her from seeing and recognising her own husband. Needless to say, this is considered a patriarchal interpretation that became popular in the 19th century. In Kali temples, the tongue is smeared with the blood of sacrificed animals — a reminder that Mother Nature is — ‘red in tooth and claw’, giving life as well as taking life. We may domesticate her, transform her into the demure Gauri, clothed and coy, but she will always stick out her tongue and slurp on our blood. Perhaps with the outstretched tongue, Kali teases and mocks her devotees — she sees through their social facade and knows the dark desires they try so hard to deny or suppress. She provokes them to delve into their unconsciousness and confront all those memories they shy away from. The author is chief belief officer of Future Group/ devdutt.com” (http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/life-style/kali-and-her-tongue/articleshow/10816142.cms)
“Kālī is the feminine form of kālam (“black, dark coloured”). Kālī also shares the meaning of “time” or “the fullness of time” with the masculine noun “kāla”—and by extension, time as “changing aspect of nature that bring things to life or death.” Other names include Kālarātri (“the black night”), and Kālikā (“the black one”). The homonymous kāla, “appointed time”, which depending on context can mean “death”, is distinct from kāla “black”, but became associated through popular etymology. The association is seen in a passage from the Mahābhārata, depicting a female figure who carries away the spirits of slain warriors and animals. She is called kālarātri (which Thomas Coburn, a historian of Sanskrit Goddess literature, translates as “night of death”) and also kālī (which, as Coburn notes, can be read here either as a proper name or as a description “the black one”). Kālī is also the feminine form of Kāla, an epithet of Shiva, and thus the consort of Shiva.” (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kali)
And I will add this to the mix as far as Israel goes being connected to Kali. This comes from last year’s event that is held by TomorrowLand music festival. This is more to this than just music. This festival is indoctrinating young people into the ancient mystery religion and they are using Kali to do it. You can see by there videos on there YouTube page that this is something Not to play around with.
This article comes from the website http://www.succathallel.com/2016/07/urgent-prayer-alert-tomorrowland-event-in-jerusalem-23-july-17th-tammuzan-attempt-to-make-demonic-covenant-with-the-land-through-the-youth-of-israel/.
“The 17th of Tammuz is a Jewish fast observed yearly to commemorate among other disasters the breaching of the walls of Jerusalem by the Romans in 70 A.D. An event is being held during this fast, this year, which has the potential to be another disastrous breaching of the (spiritual) walls of Jerusalem.
TomorrowLand is an electronic music festival that goes beyond anything I have ever heard of, in terms of open communication and covenant with major demonic principalities. The festival has grown to over 400,000 attendees in Belgium, where it originated in 2005.
Here is an example of the openly demonic nature of this festival, as described by one trusted Intercessor (all of this can be easily confirmed in a quick search on the Internet):
“On the centre stage of Tomorrowland is a huge slowing spinning replica of the CERN hadron collider gate. Do you think there is any possibility of hypnosis or mind control going on? Also on stage is a giant mirror in which the digitally created face of the goddess Kali appears and speaks to the crowds. These messages were seductively spoken over the masses of eager participants, As helicopters flew overhead, and as beacons of colored lights flashed across the night sky a deep, powerful male voice said: People of Tomorrow, as a new chapter unfolds, you will learn about one man, who knew the mysteries of the universe from within, Because of his vision a great work was completed (CERN) With its sacred key, the machine can forge unique experiences continuously. Humanity can be reborn. The heartbeat of this device can be felt by all of you. (THIS WAS BEING SPOKEN AS THE IMAGE OF THE CERN MACHINE REVOLVED IN FRONT OF THE CROWDS)
As the mirror lit up, and the face of Kali appeared, a sweet, seductive, mesmerizing, female voice said: There is so much that can come between people. This can be healed by the expression of pure unity. Hold up your wristbands so that we can witness this illumination together ( KEEP IN MIND THAT THIS WAS SEDUCTIVELY SPOKEN BY A DIGITALLY PROJECTED FACE OF KALI SHOWN IN A MIRROR. KALI THE HINDU GODDESS OF DEATH AND DESTRUCTION. Kali is the wife of Shiva, the cosmic god, lord of the beasts, lord of the cosmic dance, the Destroyer. A statue of Shiva stands outside of the CERN headquarters.”
Here is a direct quote from the TomorrowLand website of their vision to unite seven key gateway cities of the world for their ceremonies on 23 July:
“On Saturday July 23rd, the second day of Tomorrowland, 7 countries will Unite with the People of Tomorrow in Belgium. A live video connection will be made between Tomorrowland (Belgium) and Mexico, India, Japan, Colombia, Germany, South Africa and Israel. Building bridges between Belgium and the rest of the world with a live connection from the Tomorrowland Mainstage, Live DJ sets on the local UNITE stage and the unique, magical Tomorrowland atmosphere: that’s UNITE, the mirror to Tomorrowland. People of Tomorrow, get ready to Unite…” [http://www.tomorrowland.com/unite].”
So the question is this, is this the demon Kali on this shekel?
Mammon is known to represent wealth and money. Jesus mentions that you cannot worship God and mammon and that you must choose one or the other. As a modern society we recognise the term mammon as money but in ancient times, people knew mammon to be a demon. When I had first looked at this shekel, my first thought was initially mammon for the obvious reasons. But when I read mammon was originally a greedy demon it got me thinking. “Gregory of Nyssa, a bishop of the Roman Catholic church, claimed that Beezlebub and Mammon were one and the same. Since Beezlebub was one of the most dreaded demons of the time, this connection reinforced the people’s terror of Mammon (wealth).” (http://mythology.net/demons/mammon/)
So you can see that some people way back when even associated mammon with Beelzebub. Now look at the pictures portraying this demon.