|UN Climate Change Boss Worships Mayan Murder Cult|
|by Tom McGregor||Wed, Apr 9, 2014, 09:09 PM|
In May 2010, United Nations Climate Change Chief Christiana Figueres called for the global eco-community to worship and celebrate the Mayan Jaguar goddess, Ixchel during a UN Summit in Cancun, Mexico. Apparently, when Mayans worshipped Ixchel, her followers were expected to conduct ritual human sacrifices.
According to the Mayan Gods and Goddesses Website, "The ancient Maya had a complex pantheon of deities whom they worshipped and offered human sacrifices. Rulers were believed to be descendants of the gods and their blood was the ideal sacrifice, either through personal bloodletting or the sacrifice of captives of royal blood. The Mayan vision of the universe is divided into multiple levels, above and below earth, positioned within the four directions of north, south, east and west. After death, the soul was believed to go to the Underworld, Xibalba (shee bal bah), a place of fright where sinister gods tested and tricked their unfortunate visitors."
Mayan myth proclaims the jaguar goddess to be a violent man hater, who kills husbands. Hence, Mayan wives are expected to kill their husbands in order to bless her so-called divinity.
As reported by the Mayan Gods and Goddesses Website, "The story of Ix Chel and Itzamna shows both interesting similarities and differences with the Japanese myth of Izanagi and Izanami. The names and personalities are reversed in one version of the story as compared to the other. Izanami is the female, and she is the one who violently attacks her husband. Ix Chel was said to pay special attention to the pilgrims who visited Cozumel, which was her sacred island. Isla Mujeres was also devoted to her worship."
UN Climate Change Chief Christiana Figueres is currently embarking on a global campaign to eliminate oil & gas as reliable energy resources.
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