Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Singing in the Rain

Silly Sonny Perdue, Governor of Georgia; he's praying to the wrong god for water. Forget Jehovah, who hangs out in the Jerusalem area, it's time to pray to Tlaloc, Rain God of the Americas.

Here's what Tlaloc can do:

Tlaloc is the Aztec god of rain, fertility, and water. He was greatly feared among the Aztecs, who drowned children to appease him. They believed that Tlaloc was responsible for both floods and droughts, and that he had been created by the other gods. He is commonly depicted as a goggle-eyed blue being with fangs. Although, people have had several ways of picturing this god, it was more often pictured as a man wearing a net of clouds, a crown of heron feathers, foam sandals and carrying rattles to make thunder.

It was believed he often used his lightning bolts to make the people sick. Legends says that he had four different jugs of water in his possession. When he emptied the first one, it brought life to plants, to Earth. The second would cause blight, the third brought on frost, and the fourth would bring total destruction.

Human sacrifices were often made in his honor, usually children. Before the victims were sacrificed, their tears were collected in a ceremonial bowl, to serve as an offering. Priests sometimes made children cry before the ritual sacrifice by tearing off their nails.[1]

CBS story on the Governor's Prayer

 After twenty months of drought, Georgia's in the market for a miracle.


Sonny Purdue, Georgia's GOVERNOR, today became the state's chief pastor. He led a prayer for rain, right on the front lawn of the State House.

Tlaloc is getting downright pissed with all this Jehovah and Jesus worship. Better get the kids ready and the bowls for their tears, if we ever hope to quench our thirst again.

Praise Tlaloc.


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