They flock to the Church of “Lady of Vailankani” built on the plot of a shrine of the Hindu goddess Kali.
The Church of Lady of Vailankani is built on the site where there was a shrine of the Hindu goddess Kali. She is the goddess of death.
This idol of Kali, exposes that she has a crescent moon on her forehead. Just like we can see on images of Catholic “ladies”. Even one “Catholic Mary” in the US, is sitting on a crescent moon. You will find the pictures down below.
In the center of the crescent moon on Kalis forehead, is the image of the sun god. In Hindu mythology, this is the symbol of the evil eye. This crescent moon and sun god image, is the same as the main symbol of Islam. The same symbolism is found in the Eucharist, the main ritual of Catholicism.
They are not possible to number, all the incident of Roman Catholics in India that has died in tragic car accident on the return from this “holy site”. This is the site of a Church, that was built on a plot of a Hindu shrine. The Portuguese stole this property, and raised a Catholic Church.
Lets read a news item I picked up from the Catholic Newspaper in the Indian state of Goa:
“A pilgrimage from Vailankani ended in tragedy for a Fatorda Family, when two family members were killed and four were injured in a road accident along the Khanapur-Yellapur highway on Friday afternoon.”
Source: Goa Herald.
This is what the official website of the Catholic Church explains about this Church in South India:
Our lady of Good Health, popularly called “Our Lady of Vailankanni” is in the small town of Vailankanni (5000 residents) located on the shores of the Bay of Bengal.
It is located 150 miles south of Madras in Tamil Nadu and 5 miles south of Nagapattinam. Our lady chose this place to dispense her miracles to mankind.
A strong oral tradition attests to Our Lady’s apparitions at Vailankanni(Velankanni). The tradition is built around the following three significant events:
Sometime during the sixteenth century, Our Lady with her infant son appeared to a Hindu boy carrying milk to a customer’s home.
While he rested under a Banyan tree near a tank (pond), Our Lady appeared to him and asked for milk for her Son and the boy gave her some.
On reaching the customer’s home, the boy apologized for his lateness and the reduced amount of milk by relating the incident that occurred on his way.
On inspection, the man found the milk pot to be full and realized that something miraculous had happened. That man, also a Hindu, wanting to see the place where the apparition occurred, accompanied the boy.
End of Source:
Lets take a look at some more images of the Hindu goddess of death.
Lets look at some picture of Catholic Mary, that also has a crescent moon as a central part of the image. On this image, the symbol of the sun god in placed at the heart of the idol.
When you google Hindu Goddess Kali, this is what you get. This information is from a Hindu website:
“Kalika” is the Hindu goddess associated with eternal energy. The name Kali comes from kāla, which means black, time, death, lord of death,
Goddess Kali has always enjoyed a significant presence in our culture. She appears in various forms as an embodiment of Shakti, the eternal energy and cosmic power. She is also believed to be the eternal cosmic strength that destroys all existence. Her facial expressions depict the extent of her powers of destruction.
(end of information on a site of Hinduism).
In the end, all world religions will unite. For the sake of “peace”. Only people who believe in Jesus will object, and call all of this for falsehood.
Interesting stuff, is it not?