Friday, May 21, 2010


Last week, in San Francisco, the "world's gay and lesbian capital" in the minds of many, there was held a dedication ceremony of  a 15 ton copper Buddhist statue towering 26 feet tall and and extending 60 feet in length.

Intriguing to note about this monstosity is the fact that this was actually created from fragments of centuries old Buddhist idols that had been demolished by opposing religious factions.

Thus, the statue physically consists of a mixture of false idols worshipped through the centuries. Note the artist's comment: “When I saw these fragments in Lhasa, a mysterious power impressed me.".

This "mysterious power" to which he referred  would have to be supernatural in origin and in relation to pagan idols, would be the powers of darkness. It can thus be surmised that there was a spiritual guiding force motivating the creation of this pagan statue as well as the subsequent site to display this jumbled idol.

The below excerpt explains the spiritual aspect behind the creation of this present day idol being displayed under the guise of "art".

'We are deeply honored that Zhang Huan chose San Francisco as the site for the sculpture’s world premiere,” The first sculptures in the Buddha series included nine large-scale copper fingers, which were based on remains he collected during his visit to Tibet. According to Zhang, “When I saw these fragments in Lhasa, a mysterious power impressed me. They’re embedded with historical and religious traces, just like the limbs of a human being.”

"The fingers of Buddhist deities are considered highly symbolic because they convey different spiritual meanings through various hand gestures, or mudras. Zhang continued the series with several even larger sculptures combining the legs, feet, hands and heads of Buddhist deities. The artist, having been deeply moved by the sight of the desecrated statues, believes that by recreating these fragments on a grand scale, he is able to alleviate the pain caused by their destruction".

Back in March of this year, there was yet another false idol brought to the northeastern  shore of our country, This atrocity was a 7 Ton replica statue of the Egyptian God Anubis that passed by the Statue of Liberty in New York.

Early in his presidency Obama had decreed that "we are not a Christian nation". This was not only a statement but an invitation as well. It was an invitation and welcome to false religions and for the establishment of pagan idols in America.

Obama's spiritual implication has become a reality. Made and erected by human hands, this massive ancient Asian pagan idol is now on display in San Fransisco Harbor, on America's southwestern coastline along the Pacific Ocean. 

Meanwhile, there was the erection of this huge ancient Egyptian idol that was paraded by our Statue of Liberty. This is, of course, diagonally across America in New York Harbor, on  American's northeastern coastline
along the Atlantic Ocean.

Thus, it appears that anyone coming to our shores, from both the east and from the west, would be greeted by these pagan idols. This is representative of Obama's decree that we are "no longer a Christian nation" and his implied message of welcome to false religions.

Our government would allow no Christian symbol to be displayed as are these pagan idols. The recent uproar about the World War II memorial cross in the Mojave desert is evidence of this.

America was founded on Christian values and as a Christian nation. Our Constitution is proof of this with the many references to the living God of all creation from which our rights come. However, as per Obama's decree, "we are not a Christian nation" as Christian symbolism is banned while pagan symbols are not only allowed, but glorified.

Scripture and history tells us what happens to nations who worship false idols and the works of their hands, so why are we to wonder why America is now being befallen by so many catastrophes?

Jerimiah 25:6 Do not follow other gods to serve and worship them; do not provoke me to anger with what your hands have made. Then I will not harm you." 7"But you did not listen to me," declares the LORD, "and you have provoked me with what your hands have made, and you have brought harm to yourselves."

Jerimiah 10:14 Everyone is senseless and without knowledge; every goldsmith is shamed by his idols. His images are a fraud; they have no breath in them. 15 They are worthless, the objects of mockery; when their judgment comes, they will perish.

Disasters will continue to beset the United States as long as we turn our backs on the Lord and allow pagan idols and false religions on our shores. America can no longer expect God's protection if we no longer serve Him as a nation and as long as we "curse" Israel by turning our backs on His chosen people:

Genesis 12:3 And I will bless them that bless you, and curse him that curses you.

1 comment:

  1. This is the most misguided and blasphemous post I have ever seen, in relation to sensitivity towards other religions in the world; a description can be surmised in the simple expression: you have no idea what you are talking about. The religion Buddhism does not worship a God, and therefore cannot be idolatrous. It is also *not* a pagan religion, as it is accepted as one of the many 'common' world religions. This post is the reason that many people show hate towards Christianity, as most of its followers decide to completely ignore other religions, and reside in their own, selfish beliefs. For instance: the purpose of shipping of the seven ton Anubis statue was to inform United States citizens of ancient mythologies, customs, and belief systems. The mere thought that this statue could cause the end of the world is preposterous. This statue is *older* than Christianity itself; you wold be completely wrong in saying that its shipping to the United States could cause the end of the world. The mere fact that you fall upon the idea that America faces tragedy due to these actions is idiotic. "For he makes his sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust." Matthew 5:45. Just because a nation accepts religions that you don't share, it does *not* mean that you can oppress these religions with your uneducated, unwarranted drivel which you plaster over this page.