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Giant Phallic Symbol/Statue in works for San Francisco


San Francisco Transbay Tower Base


San Francisco Transbay Tower

The Transbay Tower will be the tallest building/phallic symbol in San Francisco after receiving final approval by the Planning Commission.

The latest design adds nighttime lighting, allowing it to be a more distinct skyline feature of the city, particularly in the dark.

Sfist.com, a website focused on anything San Francisco, states the obvious.  The building’s latest design tweaks, when viewed from a distance look… like a vibrator.  When viewing the base, it looks like something else that most would describe officially and politely as phallic or phallus related.

Fred Clarke the architect with Pelli Clarke Pelli, described wanting to create something (buddhist)… or “Zen-like” simple.

Construction would start in 2013 if the developer is able to purchase the land from the Transbay Joint Powers Authority.


Sand Mandala Ceremony Released at Pacific Asia Museum, Pasadena

Welcoming the Drepung Loseling Phukhang Monastery monks to perform a sand mandala is the Pacific Asia Museum in Pasadena, California.

The ceremony concludes on September 9, 2012 where the sand mandala is blessed by the monks, some sand of which is distributed to some attendees and the rest dumped into the ocean where, according to Buddhist spiritual understanding, it blesses all living beings in its vicinity.

See Sand Mandala at Pacific Asia Museum at Pasadena Playhouse District’s Blog.

They’re Back in Pasadena! Tibetan Buddhist Monks to Perform Another Sand Mandala at Pacific Asia Museum

Pasadena, CA.  The Pacific Asia Museum is welcoming the Buddhists monks from Drepung Loseling Phukhang Khangsten to perform their religious sand mandala ceremony from September 5-9, 2012.

The Drepund Loseling Phukhang Khangsten Monastery used to be home to 12,000 monks.  It is a sub-monastery of the Drepung Loseling Monastery now.

The mandala ceremony includes chanted mantras and music.  The “artwork” is a depiction of a deity or deities or, god or gods.  In blessing or consecrating the artwork to this god or gods and then releasing the “blessed” sand upon the mandala’s deconstruction, it is intended that the essence of this god or gods will accompany the sand and release its essence in the environment in which it is located.

They also will release some of the “consecrated” sand into the moving water where all living beings worldwide will be “blessed”.

Source www.pacificasiamuseum.org

Tibetan Buddhist Event in Presbyterian Church, Santa Monica

There is the be a Tibetan Buddhist Lama teaching in the Presbyterian Church, Santa Monica, and another event in Mariana Del Rey, August 5th, 6th, and 7th.

A member of the Prophet TV team contacted the head of Presbyterian church in Kentucky to inform them occult rituals were being conducted in their churches. They were unconcerned by this. The Presbyterian church has a history of hosting these events, as well as exhibitions and sand mandala ceremonies; in Santa Monica and in other locations in America. After our conversation with the head office in Kentucky a freak plane crash occurred nearby. What the heads of these denominations do not understand is that when you welcome these spirits in, you come under their canopy: but the leaders of the Presbyterian church do not believe in the spirit realm, they are ruled by their intellect. How sad this is, that a denomination birthed by the Holy Spirit, with a powerful prophetic heritage has allowed itself to fall under the control of the devil!

Stand with our Santa Monica and Marina Del Rey gatekeepers at this time in prayer, as they faithfully continues to prayer walk these hard areas to protect this region from these Tibetan spirits being welcomed in.