Saturday, April 9, 2011


Argentina (Clarín) - Last week, seven members of a sect Kimbanda were sentenced to life imprisonment by Argentina justice for being found them guilty of kidnapping, rape, torture and murder of a 12-year-old homeless boy who was offered during a satanic ceremony in October 2006 in Corrientes, Argentina.  The investigation will now continue with the search for the masterminds and financiers of the group, among which is a well known businessman and political leader of the province of Corrientes.  The victim of terrible crime was Ramon Ignacio Gonzalez, known as “Mona” or “Ramoncito”, a child who lived from selling religious cards and artifacts during a satanic ritual in October 2006.  The sentence also included the acquittal of the rite Pai Kimbanda Reynaldo Fermín Sánchez and nurse Patricia Mabel Lopez, for lack of evidence.  However, authorities are still looking for Daniel Alegre, accused of being the perpetrator of the death of Ramon who killed him by separating the head from the body. 

The crime was the culmination of a satanic ritual Kimbanda which had Ramon as the “gift” offered by the sect.  His mutilated body was abandoned a few blocks from the center of the city of Mercedes, Corrientes.  
During the ritual, the boy was drugged, raped several times, tortured by cutting and burning with cigarettes, decapitated while still alive, and then all the blood was drained from his body.  Several of the defendants said that the sect that killed Ramoncito acted on the orders of political leaders.  “Ramon and other children were sexually exploited. Behind this there is a larger organization, which may have involved political leaders,” the judges said.

The seven members of the sect Kimbanda were sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of Ramon Gonzalez, 12 years old, during a satanic ritual held in October 2006 in the town of Mercedes, Corrientes, Argentina.  Those people who are in the mode of ignorance, in darkness, worship dead spirits, and this kind of worship is not actually God worship.  One must be careful, because according to what you adore (yajña) will be directed to that destination.  “Those who worship ghosts and spirits will take birth among such beings; and those who worship Me will live with Me.” (Bg. 9. 25).

One can attain the Pitā planets by performing a specific yajña.  Similarly, one can go to many ghostly planets and become a Yaksha, Raksha or PiśācaPiśāca worship is called “black arts” or “black magic.” There are many men who practice this black art, and they think that it is spiritualism, but such activities are completely materialistic. ... It is very easy to understand through this important verse that if by simply worshiping the demigods one can achieve the heavenly planets, or by worshiping the Pitās achieve the Pitā planets, or by practicing the black arts achieve the ghostly planets, why can the pure devotee not achieve the planet of Krishna or Vishnu? Unfortunately many people have no information of these sublime planets where Krishna and Vishnu live, and because they do not know of them they fall down.

Śrīla A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda :
Bhagavad-gītā As It Is  - Chapter 9
“The Most Confidential Knowledge”  - Verse 25
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase


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