In Buddhist legend, the Enlightened One often discoursed before a large gathering of lay people, monks, adepts, regents and royal patrons, Bodhisattvas, and even demons. This diverse company might also include the mysterious presence of Nagas, described as great serpents like anacondas. The Sanskrit naga relates to nagual, “the unknown.” A Naga is a sublime power of unknown intent that makes itself present by sheer, uncanny intensity in the known world, but may go undetected due to fear and the filters of perception.
- Refuge and Regeneration
SEXUAL MAGIC AMONG THE TRIBES OF KALI Kalikas are a strange brood. Kali’s children, you might call them. Though she is a barren mother. Consider this paradox for a moment. In Hindu folk religion of Dravidian origins, the Mahavidyas are ten emanations of Kali, including Mahakali as the first of the ten. These infernal witches […]
March 31st, 2009 0 comments