←⊖⊖⊖QAALII (Time, Blackness) क़ाली ܩܠܐ قلى : déatʰ ; qalêô, frirë, θutë‑êrë, grillë‑êrë ; קלל ܩܠܠ قلل : oultragë, mé‑prisë ; di‑min‑ish, ré‑ducë, a‑moindrirë, in‑féri‑ori‑sé ; grushë Goddess of Death Earth, Nature, destruction, creation and renewal. She helps clear away problems the are old so that your healing can begin.
"Many images of Kali show her with a long tongue, caught in the act of licking the blood of warriors. In these images, she often appears as a hag, emaciated, ugly, with fangs, and with blood dripping from her tongue. But as human consciousness evolved over the centuries, so, it seems, did the image of Kali. Her body became beautiful, as it is in most modern representations." -"Awakening Shakti"
Kali. She is sometimes shown with a dark complexion that symbolizes her all-embracing and transcendental nature. Says the Mahanirvana Tantra: “Just as all colors disappear in black, so all names and forms disappear in her”. Her nudity is primeval, fundamental, and transparent like Nature — the earth, sea, and sky. Kali is free from the illusory covering, for she is beyond the all maya or “false consciousness.”
Kali - the Hindu god of death and destruction, also renewal and motherhood. She is sometimes depicted with ten arms, holding a sword, and with clothes made of human hands. In one battle Kali went on a killing spree. To stop her the Lord Shiva (her husband) threw himself at her feet, she was so stunned that she stuck out her tongue. Many pictures of Kali depict her standing with one foot on Shiva's chest and her tongue sticking out. She is most often pictured as being blue or black in color.
Kali, Hindu goddess of death, time and doomsday, on Empire State Building - "Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; who put darkness for light, and light for darkness; who put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!" (Isaiah 5:20)