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Hi, i signed up here to see if anyone might be able to shed some light (Pardon the pun) on the connection, if there is one, between Kundalini, kundalini yoga, which i am  thinking of taking up, and the Archons, the serpents of Light, the shining beings which he says are evil.

 

I was looking up some stuff on Kundalini yoga as i was thinking of trying it, as i like the idea of awakening and having a transcendent experience, but i was immediately wary when i read the main mantra is Sa Ta Na Ma, which i instantly recongnised as SATAN AMA. So then i thought wow that doesnt sound good.

Combined with the fact that this kundalini is supposed to a 'serpent' coiled at your spine, and rises up through your chakras, which David seems to speak about as a real, and positive thing, so im confused. He had his own Kundalini exerience in Peru, as most of you will know being familiar, so im pretty confused with this. Is Kundalini good or bad, should i learn the yoga and the mantras, or not?  I dont want to if its satanic, or Archon-connected, of course, but maybe ive got it wrong?

Any light shed here would be great.
thanks in advance.

K

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On 10/13/2021 at 2:12 AM, quantumgirl65 said:

Hi, i signed up here to see if anyone might be able to shed some light (Pardon the pun) on the connection, if there is one, between Kundalini, kundalini yoga, which i am  thinking of taking up, and the Archons, the serpents of Light, the shining beings which he says are evil.

 

I was looking up some stuff on Kundalini yoga as i was thinking of trying it, as i like the idea of awakening and having a transcendent experience, but i was immediately wary when i read the main mantra is Sa Ta Na Ma, which i instantly recongnised as SATAN AMA. So then i thought wow that doesnt sound good.

Combined with the fact that this kundalini is supposed to a 'serpent' coiled at your spine, and rises up through your chakras, which David seems to speak about as a real, and positive thing, so im confused. He had his own Kundalini exerience in Peru, as most of you will know being familiar, so im pretty confused with this. Is Kundalini good or bad, should i learn the yoga and the mantras, or not?  I dont want to if its satanic, or Archon-connected, of course, but maybe ive got it wrong?

Any light shed here would be great.
thanks in advance.

K

Welcome onto the forum quantum, whilst I don’t know too much about spirituality and this sort of stuff, I can tell you that even on this forum, people’s opinions are split about yoga, kundalini awakening and new age stuff. 

 

For starters that mantra does seem a bit strange with what it can spell out. I personally enjoy yoga for the workout, to strengthen my body, get fitter. Some people here love it, some say it’s risky business. I’d imagine there are many different kinds of yogas for different results. I don’t see what’s wrong with normal yoga, getting stronger and more flexible. Perhaps certain kinds of yogas with mantras like that might be a bit dodgy though. The way I see it, I look around, and most people who do yoga are normal people, even the new age yogis are good kind people, nothing evil about them or their yoga imo. 

 

As for kundalini, I don’t fully understand the truth of what exactly it is or how it works. I have had experiences with my third eye chakra, it’s very real. But for me, it was as if I accidentally opened a door way I didn’t know about and some strange entities tried to take advantage of that. I don’t fancy messing about with it again, although I have no doubt it can be used for good if you know what you’re doing. With the symbolism of the snake, it has many different interpretations, who knows which are accurate. 

 

David Icke in Peru didn’t have a kundalini experience, he took ayahuasca, a 5 hour version of dmt. Which is when he was shown reality is an illusion. Again I’m no expert on psychedelics so can’t offer a decent explanation. Some people do criticise David Icke for his new age approach, as it appears to stem from Alice Bailey and Helena Blavatsky, who some believe were high up free masons or satanists. One example could be from what I heard from a new age friend of mine, saying that death should be celebrated, because that’s when people leave this shitty realm and move onto a nicer experience. Whilst I kind of understand that, it seems strange to celebrate death, something satanists are obsessed with. Things like that make me wonder about new age and it’s true intentions. Some believe new age stems from the Kabbalah too, so might not be a good one to blindly follow. 

 

You sound similar to me, a person with good intentions but not knowing what to follow. I’ll sort of pray, say words out loud asking for something from god or Jesus, sometimes I get phenomenal results. When it comes to yoga, breathing exercises and all that, I don’t see why there’s any need to be afraid. They are good for you, but deffo probably best keeping away from ones that have strange mantras like that. 

 

Part of the fun in life is learning and trying to figure out the truth and what it’s all about, enjoy and keep being a good person :) 

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David wasn't doing yoga back in the 1990s, so when he described it as a kundalini experience, that's just his interpretation; his label. He did a lot of channeling in the 1990s, so heaven knows what he was absorbing into his body. I think it is best to concentrate on your interactions with the people around you. 

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Although that is disturbing about  "Sa Ta Na Ma" I believe those mantras, which are special toning of letters sounds,  are ancient, ie before any religion started calling anything satan. Nevertheless, a different mantra would probably be advised for you.

 

Take a look at some articles here:

https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/salud/salud_energyhealth05.htm

https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/ciencia_humanmultidimensionaanatomy.htm

 

If the above links are not helpful, go to biblioteca... and put kundalini or archons or yoga in Search and you will find many articles to explore. Many are by D.I.

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On 10/14/2021 at 7:03 AM, Seeker said:

 

One example could be from what I heard from a new age friend of mine, saying that death should be celebrated, because that’s when people leave this shitty realm and move onto a nicer experience. Whilst I kind of understand that, it seems strange to celebrate death, something satanists are obsessed with. Things like that make me wonder about new age and it’s true intentions. Some believe new age stems from the Kabbalah too, so might not be a good one to blindly follow. 

 

 

 

I've never done a specialised study on New Age and the celebration of death, but if there are any articles on this, it would definitely be worth looking more into. It's certainly the case that Freemasonry celebrates death. If one values one's soul, anything celebrating death should be avoided.

 

"But whoever fails to find me harms himself; all who hate me love death." - Proverbs 8:36

"There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death." - Proverbs 14:12

 

 

 

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