Chapter XVI Verse 16
Led astray by many imaginings,
Enveloped in a net-like trap of delusion,
Attached to the gratification of desires,
They fall into a foul hell.
Those cruel haters,
The worst of men, I constantly hurl
Into the wombs of demons
In the cycles of rebirth.
Having entered the wombs of demons,
Those who are deluded, not attaining Me [God]
In birth after birth, Arjuna,
From there they go the lowest path.
The threefold gate of hell is this,
Destructive of the Self [Atma],
Desire, anger, and greed.
Therefore one should abandon this triad.
EXPOSING THE WITCHCRAFT IN OUR ENTERTAINMENT
VSF: If you have not done so already, I urge you to stop watching television or any entertainment that may contain subliminal or overt programming to influence your mind. It does seem as if most of the world is in some kind of hypnotic trance.
We all know that TV has an insidious destructive influence on our consciousness and that surfing the internet destroys the contemplative part of the brain. Apparently the Disney Corporation is one of the many players working with the intent to create constructs in our minds – along with the mainstream media, Google, Facebook, etc.
Become very aware, sensitive to these operations. We are at war, a Spiritual War is indeed taking place all around us. Whatever momentary ‘escape’ or gratification one may achieve is not worth losing our connection to our Soul and God.
Our Refuge is a Higher Consciousness.
Bhagavad Gita: Chapter XVI
Demoniacal men do not understand
When to act and when to refrain from action.
Neither purity, nor good conduct,
Nor truth is found in them.
“The universe,” they say, “is without truth,
Without basis, Godless;
Brought about by a mutual union.
How else? It is caused by lust [KAMA – desire] alone.”
Holding this view,
These men of lost souls, of small intelligence,
And of cruel actions, come forth as enemies
Of the world for its destruction.
Attached to insatiable desire,
Full of hypocrisy, arrogance, and pride,
Having accepted false notions through delusion [MOHA],
They work with unclean resolves.
Clinging to immeasurable
Anxiety, ending only in death,
With gratification of desire as their highest aim,
Convinced that this is all;
Bound by a hundred snares of hope,
Devoted to desire and anger,
They seek to obtain, by unjust means,
Hoards of wealth for the gratification of their desires.