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Abhi Sun Sep 10 2017 at 6:53 pm
Something About Koli
Beware of Deception…
Kali (Satan/ Poisonous Snake/ killer of Bull/ Shape Shifter/ Merchant of Gold) the demon of Kali Yuga (Present Time)
is different from Goddess Kali (Parvati/ Shakti/ Durga/ Mother of Nature) the devourer of demons  and wrath of nature.
Here Are Some Passages From Puranas that describes KALI the demon

1) Sri Kalki Purana:
"After the annihilation, the secondary creator of the universe, Lord Brahma, the grandfather of everyone, who was born on the universal lotus flower, created Sin personified, having a black complexion, from his back. The name of Sin personified was Adharma By faithfully hearing about, chanting, and remembering the descendants of Adharma, one quickly becomes freed from all sinful reactions. The wife of Adharma, (Irreligion), was named Mithya, (Falsehood) She was very beautiful, and had eyes like those of a cat They had a son named Dambha, (Pride), who was always very angry and energetic. Dambha had a sister named Maya (Illusion), and within her womb, he begot a son named Lobha (Greed), and a daughter named Nikrti (Cunning). Lobha begot a son named Krodha (Anger), in the womb of Nikrti. Himsa (Envy), was Krodha's sister. From the womb of Himsa, Krodha begot a son named Kali.
Kali is always seen to be holding his genitals in his left hand. His complexion is very black, like black ointment that has been mixed with oil.
Kali's abdomen is like that of a crow, his face is frightening to behold, and his tongue is red and appears to be full of greed. His appearance is very fearful and a bad smell emanates from his body. Kali is very fond of playing chess, drinking wine, enjoying the company of prostitutes, and associating with gold merchants.
Kali's sister was Durukti (Harsh Speech). From Durukti's womb, Kali begot a son named Bhaya (Fear) and a daughter named Mrtyu (Death). Bhaya begot a son named Niraya (Hell) from the womb of Mrtyu and Niraya begot ten thousand sons in the womb of his sister, Yatana (Excessive Pain).
Thus I have described the destructive progeny of Kali, who were all blasphemers of genuine religious principles. All these relatives of Kali were the destroyers of sacrifice, study of the Vedas and charity because they transgressed all the Vedic principles of religion.
They were reservoirs of mental distress, disease, old age, destruction of religious principles, sorrow, lamentation and fear.
These descendants of Kali are found wandering everywhere throughout the kingdom of Kali, destroying the people of the world.
They are misguided by the influence of time, very restless by nature, full of lusty desires, extremely sinful, very proud, and violent even to their own father and mother. 
Those who are known as twice-born among them are devoid of all good behavior, without any observance of proper etiquette, and always engaged in the service of Sudras (Elite or particular class of gods).
These fallen souls are very fond of dry arguments and they use religion as a means of livelihood, teach Vedic knowledge as a profession, are fallen from the execution of their vows, and sell wine and other abominable things including meat.
They are cruel by nature, and very fond of gratifying their bellies and genitals.
For this reason, they lust after the wives of others and are always seen to be intoxicated.
They were not born from a father and mother who were properly married and they are short in stature and always engaged in sinful acts, such as cheating others.
They generally reside in a sacred place, live for only sixteen years, associate with wretched people, and only consider a brother-in-law to be a friend and relative.
The people of Kali-yuga are accustomed to quarreling and fighting amongst themselves. They go to great lengths to groom their hair, wear the best of clothes, and decorate themselves with costly ornaments.
In Kali-yuga, a person with a lot of money will naturally be respected as a great soul. If a twice-born person earns his livelihood by lending money on interest, he will be considered a pillar of society. The Saints of Kali-yuga will be attached to home and property, and householders will become devoid of all power of discrimination.
In Kali-yuga, people will blaspheme a spiritual master or other elderly person without hesitation.
Indeed,  people in general will simply become hypocrites, liars and cheaters.
In Kali-yuga, Sudras will accept charity from others or else plunder others' wealth without discrimination. Mutual agreement will become the sole criteria for solemnizing the marriage of a boy and girl. People will show sympathy and magnanimity, but it will simply be a form of duplicity. Forgiveness will be granted only when a person is unable to harm the offending party. In a society of might makes right, people will easily become annoyed with those in a weaker position. Even fools will be very talkative in an attempt to prove that they are learned. People will engage in religious ceremonies, but simply to acquire a reputation. If one has got wealth, he will be considered to be a Saint. Just to bathe in a holy place, people will travel a great distance and undergo much trouble. Simply by putting on a sacred thread, one will be recognized as a Brahmana (One who understand Divine Knowledge).
Simply by carrying a staff, one will be recognized as a Saint.
The earth will restrict the production of food grains.
The currents of rivers will flow very rapidly, and even married women will behave little better than prostitutes, because they have practically no attachment for their husbands.
Those who are twice-born will be dependent on others, so much so that they will not hesitate to engage as priests for Sudras.
Women will become promiscuous, so that will be easily abandoned by their husbands.
Clouds will shower rain very irregularly and the land will not yield sufficient crops.
Kings will whimsically torture and kill their subjects and burden them with excessive taxes.
Such unfortunate subjects will finally take their family and belongings and take shelter of mountains and dense forests.
The people of Kali-yuga will sustain their lives by eating flesh, honey, fruit, and roots without discrimination.
Almost everyone will take pleasure in blaspheming the Supreme Lord, Sri Krsna. These are some of the symptoms that will manifest at the Beginning of Kali-yuga.
In the Second quarter of Kali-yuga, people will no longer chant the holy names of Lord Shiva.
In the third quarter of Kali-yuga, there will be an upsurge of unwanted population.
and in the Final quarter of Kali-yuga,  there will be only One class of human being
because God Consciousness will have been Long Forgotten".
---- Sri Kalki Purana (Chapter 1:14-38)

2)  Bhavishya Purana
At that time the Kali Purusha prayed to Lord Narayana along with his wife. After sometime the Lord appeared to him and said,
"This age will be a good time for you. I will fulfill your desire having various kinds of forms". There is a couple named Adama (Adam) and his wife Havyavati (Eve). They are born from Vishnu-kardama and will increase the generations of Mlecchas (non-aryan/ low class/ can't speak sanskrit/ barbarians).
Saying this, the Lord disappeared.  Having great joy the Kali Purusha went to Nilacha.
Vyasa said: "Now you hear the future story narrated by Suta Goswami.
This is the full story of of Kali-yuga, hearing this you will become satisfied."
In the eastern side of  Pradan City where there is a a Big God-given forest (Eden), which is 16 square yojanas (128 miles)  in size.
The man named Adama was staying there under a Papa-Vriksha or a sinful tree and was eager to see his wife Havyavati.
The Kali Purusha quickly came there assuming the form of a serpent. He cheated them and they disobeyed Lord Vishnu.
The husband ate the forbidden fruit of the sinful tree. They lived by eating air with the leaves called udumbara (Bodhi Tree).
After they had sons and all of them became Mlecchas. Adama's duration of life was nine-hundred and thirty years.
He offered oblations with fruits and went to heaven with his wife. His son was named Sveta-nama and he lived nine-hundred and twelve years. Sveta-nama's son was Anuta who ruled one-hundred years less than his father. His son Kinasa ruled as much as his grandfather. His son Malahalla ruled eight-hundred ninety five years. His son Virada rulled 160 years. His son Hamuka was devoted to Lord Vishnu, and offering oblations of fruits he achieved salvation. He ruled 365 years and went to heaven with the same body being engaged in Mleccha-Dharma having good behavior, wisdom, qualities like a Brahmana and worship of God, these things are called Mleccha-Dharma. The great souls have declared that the dharma of the mleccha is devotion to God, worship of fire, nonviolence, austerity and control of the senses. The son of Hamuka was Matocchila. He ruled for 970years.
His son Lomaka ruled 777 years and went to heaven.
His son Nyuha (Noah) ruled for 500 years.
He had three sons named Sima, Sama and Bhava.
Nyuha was a devotee of Lord Vishnu.
Once the Lord appeared in his dream and said:
“My dear Nyuha, please listen, there will be devastation on the seventh day.
Therefore, you have to be very quick that you make a big boat and ride in it.
O chief of the devotees,you will be celebrated as a great king”
--- Bhavishya Purana: Pratisarga Parva (Chapters 4-7)
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