What symbolizes wisdom besides owl

Kali, and its symbol

Kali, and its symbol

09/26/2012 at 9:23 pm
Moin ^^. Now I'm not sure if this is supposed to be in spirituality or conspiracies, but I would like to hear your opinion on this.

The personified evil in Hindu mythology is Kali (this does NOT mean the goddess!).

I found this on Wikipedia. It comes from the Vedic Kalki Purana. It describes the last fight between Kalki (God / Krishna) and Kali:

Wikipedia: Kali (demon) #Kalki Purana

"Kali tried to face both Dharma and Satya Yuga personified, but was overwhelmed and fled on his donkey because his chariot had been destroyed, leaving his owl-crested war flag to be trampled on the battlefield. "

OWL-crested ?! As far as I know, owls aren't exactly typical in Indian mythology ...

The owl Minerva, the symbol of the Illuminati:



Bohemian Club:



Is there a connection? What do you all mean?


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Kali, and its symbol

09/26/2012 at 9:29 pm
Devasura wrote:Is there a connection?
You can clearly see owls on both of them. @Devasura


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Kali, and its symbol

09/26/2012 at 9:31 pm
@farewell
I actually meant between the old Indian text and the symbols, not between the pictures -.- But good observation ^^

Maybe the bohemian club worships Kali.


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Kali, and its symbol

09/27/2012 at 7:51 am
I can go one better. Oliver Kalkhofe, called Kalki by his enemies, is therefore the 10th incarnation of Vishnu. Unfortunately, I cannot link the mandatory video evidence in which Kalki is publicly reviled by his arch enemy Achim Menzel, as it has been censored by dark forces. The question remains, does the MDR worship Kali and did Pro7 try to save the world?


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Kali, and its symbol

09/27/2012 at 7:54 am
@torgulf
Don't forget FFN, that was Kalkofe's first place of work.


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Kali, and its symbol

09/27/2012 at 8:15 am
@Devasura

And here the Greek 1 euro coin:


Omg Greece Worships Evil!


Seriously, is everything bad with an owl in your opinion? Oh yes, here's a nice little thing:






A 10-second Google search shows that in the ancient Greco-Roman world the owl was a symbol of status, wisdom and prosperity.


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09/27/2012 at 9:35 am
Omg Greece Worships Evil!
A 10 second Google search shows that in the ancient Greco-Roman world the owl was a symbol of status, wisdom and prosperity.
At the moment Greece stands for an economic apocalypse :(

The owl is the number 1 witch bird, every child knows
witches do not necessarily have to be negative
Owls were often considered demons or harbingers of bad luck ...
In almost all occidental cultures the owl was seen as the herald of approaching death. For example, the little owl's nocturnal "kuwitt" call was interpreted as "Come with me". The relatives of a dying person saw the night bird attracted by the light as a bird of death that came to fetch the dead man's soul. ..
In the Middle Ages, the owl was often associated with witches and wizards. The Latin word Strix was synonymous with witch in the Middle Ages. Owls were seen as devil animals with magical powers. ...
Witches even fried the poor owls
Owls were also fried or boiled and thus served as a component of various magic potions or for the production of medicinal products.
http://eulenwelt.de/mythologie.htm

here an allegorical representation of prosperity and wealth by Salvator Rosa,
the owl is at the bottom right




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09/27/2012 at 9:38 am
jeremybrood wrote: here an allegorical representation of prosperity and wealth
What is meant, of course, is the transience of wealth


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Kali, and its symbol

09/27/2012 at 9:51 am
Where the thread is already under conspiracies, what about the Schlaraffen?



Their heraldic animal is also the owl (eagle owl) and they only accept men in safe positions (i.e. with money).
Suspicious, suspicious.
Even if, in contrast to the Freemasons, there are usually roast chickens rather than virgins on the tables, these subversive elements should not be disregarded in conspiracies, especially owl conspiracies, for the sake of completeness. ^^


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Kali, and its symbol

09/27/2012 at 10:10 am
@Cyclotrope
uhuuuuu why is it not in his tube?


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Kali, and its symbol

09/27/2012 at 10:12 am
@dasewige
The feathers stick together. : p


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Kali, and its symbol

09/27/2012 at 12:06 pm
@jeremybrood
Omg Greece worships evil!
A 10-second Google search shows that in the ancient Greco-Roman world the owl was a symbol of status, wisdom and prosperity.


At the moment Greece stands for an economic apocalypse

The owl is the number 1 witch bird, every child knows
witches do not necessarily have to be negative

Owls were often considered demons or harbingers of bad luck ...
In almost all occidental cultures the owl was seen as the herald of approaching death. For example, the little owl's nocturnal "kuwitt" call was interpreted as "Come with me". The relatives of a dying person saw the night bird attracted by the light as a bird of death that came to fetch the dead man's soul. ..
In the Middle Ages, the owl was often associated with witches and wizards. The Latin word Strix was synonymous with witch in the Middle Ages. Owls were seen as devil animals with magical powers. ...

Witches even fried the poor owls

Owls were also fried or boiled and thus served as a component of various magic potions or for the production of medicinal products.
http://eulenwelt.de/mythologie.htm

here an allegorical representation of prosperity and wealth by Salvator Rosa,
the owl is at the bottom right
Barn owls were nailed to houses and bogus gates as protection against witches


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Kali, and its symbol

09/27/2012 at 12:40 pm
So I can't find anything where the TE writes that the owl is angry.

But @Devasura, there are species of owls in India too. How far and whether the hooded chew is or was widespread in India, maybe someone else can answer.


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Kali, and its symbol

09/27/2012 at 2:42 pm
@MareTranquil

It wasn't about demonizing owls ^^. But I know what you mean. And the owl on the dollar bill ... even I'm not that naive! xD
MareTranquil wrote:A 10-second Google search shows that in the ancient Greco-Roman world the owl was a symbol of status, wisdom and prosperity.
Exactly, in the GREEK-ROMAN world. The Vedic scriptures are much older.



I just mean that evil will choose an owl as a symbol and wanted to know what others say about it.

I know that everything sounds kind of crazy and improbable, but you're here on Allmystery, right? ^^


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Kali, and its symbol

09/27/2012 at 10:04 pm
@Devasura
Is just an independent interpretation of the owl as a symbol.
In ancient Greece, the aspect of night vision was particularly emphasized, as an image for wisdom and science that quasi penetrates the darkness in the human mind. This symbolism was carried on in the educated circles who knew about antiquity.

Regardless of the European folk beliefs and also Hinduism, which saw the light-shy creature whose reputation makes the night even more eerie. With emphasis on this aspect, it is of course clear that the opinion of the owl was rather bad and accordingly it had to be used as an attribute for evil gods.

However, this has nothing to do with the Illuminati etc., as educated they clung to ancient Greek symbolism and had nothing to do with Hinduism.


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Kali, and its symbol

October 31, 2012 at 3:52 pm
Ahh, I had totally forgotten this thread oO

I think you've convinced me, there doesn't seem to be as much connection as I thought ...

It's a shame, actually ^^


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Kali, and its symbol

November 1st, 2012 at 1:44 am
Owls?

In Roman mythology there is Strigae (Wikipedia: Strigae), which are owls that drink the blood of children. They are associated with the Greek lamias, which in turn provided the template for the vampires in the Balkans (known there as Strigoi (Wikipedia: Strigoi)).

Which would then prove that the Illuminati are vampires.


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Kali, and its symbol

11/01/2012 at 02:24 am
MareTranquil wrote on 09/27/2012:A 10-second Google search shows that in the ancient Greco-Roman world the owl was a symbol of status, wisdom and prosperity.
you need a google search for that? do schools nowadays not teach any more?
the owl is a symbol of athene, the goddess of wisdom. and the greek 1 euro coin has the symbol of an ancient athenian coin (athens is the cradle of western civilization ...)


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Kali, and its symbol

November 1st, 2012 at 10:18 am
The owl symbolizes wisdom, it is also used for many logos etc.


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Kali, and its symbol

November 1st, 2012 at 11:06 am
To ask if the owl is a typical animal for India, I can give you the following link:
http://www.vogelpark-niendorf.de/eulen-uhus-kaeuze/eulen/indische-zwergohreule.html
(By the way, that was a 5 second Google search. So next time a minimum of research would not be wrong in advance)

Furthermore to the "Illuminati". 3 points on this

1. I have dealt with the topic of "Illuminati" before, but admittedly I have never seen the connection "Illuminati" - owls', and to what extent these two things (one of which is made up and the other is real) with each other should be in connection is rather a mystery to me. So if you could give me either an explanation or a link to an explanation of this association I would be grateful.

2. The owl is an animal that has come a long way. They are native to Europe, Asia and North America. (which I know for sure. I don't know anything about Africa, Australia and South America, but I wouldn't be surprised at all if these animals were there too)
According to this, over thousands of years, hundreds of cultures have been exposed to this bird, and most of them have some kind of superstition around this animal. However, that does not mean that these myths are in any way related. The Indians of North America, for example, carved images of owls on their totem poles. Did the "Illuminati" have a hand in this?

3. In general, attributing anything to the "Illuminati" is roughly the same as attributing anything to a magician, or Bigfoot, or the good Lord. The mere existence of the accused must first be proven in order to avoid the question: "Could he / she / it be the cause?" becomes relevant at all.


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