Yoga Will Ruin Your Life: Real Purpose and Origin of Yoga


Yoga cannot be divorced from its roots. It originates from Hinduism. No matter how much you westernize yoga and how much you think you have cut it off from Hinduism, you still retain the postures which are the ways to salute different Hindu gods.

It doesn’t matter whether a particular yoga posture has the word “salutation” in its name for it to be a salutation. It’s easy for Christians to see that “salutation to the sun” (surya namaskaram) is the worship of the sun, but when this word is not in the title, Christians think it’s just a fitness posture. That’s incorrect.

Every single posture of Hinduism worships some kind of creation, be it celestial objects, animals, demonized people that they call their gurus, or fallen angels which they call their gods. So you cannot snatch yoga from its Hindu background and claim you have purged it from paganism – what you are snatching away is the very core of how to worship demons and other creatures.

Yoga cannot become Christian

Spirituality is not a buffet table

You cannot simply take one part of Hinduism and say that it’s no longer Hinduism.Whatever you take that’s of Satan it’s still part of satanism. Westerners have the habit of divorcing that which they like from its surroundings and making it their own.Read more…

My Favorite Story from the Book of Jasher – Illustrated (Funny)


My favorite story from the Book of Jasher is found in chapter 11. It’s about Abram’s relationship with his idolatrous father.

The first time I heard it, I couldn’t stop laughing, so it was on my mind for quite a while to illustrate the story and share it with you.

The Book of Jasher is an apocryphal book useful for untold details about the lives of the persons mentioned in the Bible as well as in order to better understand the culture at the time, though it should not be taken as Scripture. Read more…