This is child abuse in the name of goddess worship. If you don’t believe me, see it for yourselves and be the judge.
“I only lick the alcohol when its offered to me. Alcohol, eggs and stuff are offered to me as offerings,” says the young prepubescent girl child.
“Its OK, just sip the alcohol,” the adult male worshiper insists.
Visibly uncomfortable, the girl child is pressured into drinking the alcohol and takes one sip.
“NO! You have got to sip it 3 times. Once more, once more. Goddess, come on, take the alcohol. Goddess I am asking you to take the alcohol,” the man insists.
The girl child shakes her head in disapproval but the pestering continues against her will.
“Once more, just once more. Once more, just sip the alcohol, OK”
The girl is then made to drink more alcohol, clearly against her wishes.
Clearly the young prepubescent child is being forced to drink alcohol against her will.
This is child abuse taking place live on camera and no one stops the child abuse.
This is child abuse in the name of goddess worship.
If you don’t believe me, see it for yourselves and be the judge.
The film description section reads,
“…The film was critically acclaimed and much of the praise going to the way Living Goddess was filmed which is unusual for documentaries.
“Rich and gorgeously photographed”
The Telegraph – Pick- Of The Day
“Lushly shot film – all sumptuous reds, flickering candles and rituals to a Nitin Sawhney score”
The Observer – Pick Of The Day
“Elegantly filmed and bewitchingly scored by Nitin Sawhney…absorbing”
Daily Mail – Pick Of The Day
“Ishbel Whitaker’s beautiful, languid film skillfully places the ancient superstitions vested in Sajani against the upheavals of modern – day Nepal”
The Guardian Guide – Pick Of The Day
“Beautifully encapsulates the way a little girl embodies both the past and the future of her land”
The Sunday Times Culture, Pick Of The Day
“Visceral…. intense…. with an cumulative power, not to mention a distinct sense of unpredictability as it becomes apparent that events are spiraling out of control”
Time Out – Pick Of The Day
Gerald Gilbert, The Independent – Pick Of The Day
Radio Times ”
It is sad that not one single media organization wrote about the clear and obvious child abuse. Instead, The Observer, The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, The Guardian etc all gave their thumps up.
But what is driving this depraved behavior against a minor?
The answer to that question is found in Romans 1:25 & 28:
“25 They exchanged the truth about God for a lie, and worshiped and served created things rather than the Creator—who is forever praised. Amen.
28 Furthermore, just as they did not think it worthwhile to retain the knowledge of God, so God gave them over to a depraved mind, so that they do what ought not to be done.”
Today many have also exchanged the truth of God for a lie and are become defiled. Today you must choose wether to continue in that vile and futile life or to turn in repentance and worship the ONE AND ONLY LIVING SOVEREIGN GOD, THE LORD ALMIGHTY JESUS CHRIST OF NAZARETH.
Those who want to repent, let us return to JESUS right away. Say;
Dear JESUS. I am a sinner. I exchanged your truth for a lie. I am filled with evil desires. Please forgive me for walking after idols and wickedness. Make me into a child of God. Cleanse me of all wickedness. Disconnect me from all pacts with the devil. I reject and renounce satan. I reject and renounce the harlot of babylon. I acknowledge with my mouth that ONLY JESUS IS LORD AND MESSIAH. I am receiving you right now LORD JESUS, I am receiving you FATHER through JESUS. I am receiving you HOLY SPIRIT through JESUS and I am born again. Please write and keep my name in the book of life of the LAMB OF GOD. Remember me when you establish your KINGDOM. Amen.
The LORD JESUS forgive and BLESS all who have repented here with eternal life in JESUS CHRIST OF NAZARETH. The LORD JESUS give them the HOLY SPIRIT unto eternity. The LORD disconnect them from wickedness. Amen.