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Kaliyuga

(ˌkɑːlɪˈjuːɡə)
n
(Hinduism) (in Hindu mythology) the fourth (present) age of the world, characterized by total decadence
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Sanskrit Vedic traditions speak of the "Kali Yuga," the final age of darkness and ignorance characterized by consciousness locked into gross matter, the environment polluted, with scarcity of clean food and water.
(6) The Lanna Buddhist prophecy of decline was expressed in popular 'calamity cosmological narratives' that depicted the present as a dark age (Kali Yuga) or period of immorality (adhamma).
Tales descripciones del final del Kali Yuga sin duda eran un reflejo de la manera en que estos autores vivenciaban su propia situacion.
Now we are in Kali Yuga, the last of the four-era cycle, which is believed to have started with the end of the Kurukshetra War between Pandavas and Kauravas in 3102 BCE.
(22) A more pointed futurist sensibility in nineteenthcentury India might be seen in its emerging references to the idea of Kali Yuga, the eschatological concept in Hindu philosophies of cyclical time referring to a period of chaos, strife, and degeneration marking the final era of one cycle of cosmic time, leading into a new one.
"Journeys in the Kali Yuga: A Pilgrimage from Esoteric India to Pagan Europe " is a beautifully evocative account of Aki's personal odyssey to discover authentic and unbroken magical traditions in the East and reawaken them in the West
Actually this energy is like a magnet to the bad situations and bad events which will power by Wicked and Evil humans in this age which is also known as the Kali Yuga. Sometime when a person has some difficulties in their life the reason is not for what they are doing or that they are not doing, there will be other third party force that will Influencing and Interfering to those person
According to Hindu astrologers, homosexuality and third-gender people were generally accepted in India before the beginning of the present Kali Yuga period, which is said to have started around 3102 BC.
The only drawback of this essay is the lack of discussion of other texts from other traditions, which could have shed more light on literary and devotional context of the enlightened guru, who comes during the kali yuga.
Last comes the Kali Yuga (the age of strife, or dissension; sometimes "kali" is interpreted as "black, dark" and one speaks of 'the dark age').
And it's the latter of the two predictions that's inspired Kali Yuga, performed by second year LIPA dance students.
Most Hindu interpreters believe the world is currently in the Kali Yuga, the final age of darkness, which will end with the coming of Kalki, the tenth and final incarnation of Vishnu, one of the three major Hindu gods, who is considered die preserver and sustainer of life.