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Kali – goddess of revenge and nurturing

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Here you can find a very interesting writing about hindu Goddess Kali, associated or even conflated with Lilith by many Left Hand Path practitioners.

2 thoughts on “Kali – goddess of revenge and nurturing”

  1. I by far prefer the awesome image (see the Wikipedia) of blue Kali, terrible to behold, tongue protruding, sword upheld in one hand, a decapitated head dripping blood in another, with her foot planted on the prostrate form of the great god Shiva, her consort.
    “In relation to Shiva, she [Kali] appears to play the opposite role from that of Parvati. Parvati calms Shiva, counterbalancing his antisocial or destructive tendencies; she brings him within the sphere of domesticity and with her soft glances urges him to moderate the destructive aspects of his tandava dance. Kali is Shiva’s “wife” as it were, provoking him and encouraging him in his mad, antisocial, disruptive habits. It is never Kali who tames Shiva, but Shiva who must calm Kali.”

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