Why do our politicians have to be so weird? You can tell a lot about a person by the jewelry that they wear and by the things that they carry around in their pockets, and Barack Obama’s “lucky charms” include a Hindu god, a Masonic emblem and a “wedding ring” that has the phrase “there is no god except Allah” inscribed on it. So what do these things tell us about Barack Obama? That is a very good question. Perhaps someone should ask him about these items. If he is indeed a Prince Hall Freemason (as has been publicly reported), then he should just come out and admit it. If he feels a connection to Hinduism or Islam, then he should just come out and admit it. One of the biggest things that annoys so many people about Obama is the secrecy that he has about his past. There are vast stretches of his history that nobody is even supposed to talk about. We are all just supposed to accept that he is a “Christian” man that is not into any freaky stuff even when there is a tremendous amount of evidence to the contrary.
Personally, I would love to see a reporter ask him about the little Hindu god that Obama carries around in his pocket. The following is a photo that has been circulating around the Internet of Obama displaying this Hindu idol along with a bunch of other “lucky charms” that he carries around. It has been reported that Obama carries these lucky charms with him wherever he goes….
The U.S. press pretty much missed this story, but it was talked about extensively in the international media. For example, the following is from an article in the Economic Times….
A recent photo posted on Time’s White House Photo of the Day collection shows the first ever Black-American nominee of a major US party for the Presidential elections carries with him a bracelet belonging to an American soldier deployed in Iraq, a gambler’s lucky chit, a tiny monkey god and tiny Madonna and child.
That “tiny monkey god,” of course, appears to be a statue of the Hindu monkey god, Hanuman, says the posting but editors and the photographer has not identified it as such.
Obama, whose father was a Kenyan and mother a white woman from Kansas, spent initial days of his life in Indonesia where Hinduism is a popular religion.
So exactly who is Hanuman and how does this god fit into Hinduism?
The following is how Wikipedia describes this Hindu god….
Hanuman (IPA: hʌnʊˈmɑn) is a Hindu deity, who was an ardent devotee of Rama according to the Hindu legends. He is a central character in the Indian epic Ramayana, and also finds mentions in several other texts, including Mahabharata, the various Puranas and some Jain texts. A vanara (ape-like humanoid), Hanuman participated in Rama’s war against the demon king Ravana. Several texts also present him as an incarnation of the Lord Shiva.
Some Hindus in India got so excited about this that they decided to give a two foot tall gold-plated idol of Hanuman to Obama.
And as an article in the Times of India back in 2008 described, this special gift was actually presented to one of Obama’s representatives….
Obama’s representative Carolyn Sauvage-Mar on Tuesday received a gold-plated two-feet-high idol which she will pass it on to the Obama after it is sanctified.
The idol is being presented to Obama as he is reported to be a Lord Hanuman devotee and carries with him a locket of the monkey god along with other good luck charms.
An hour-long prayer meeting to sanctify the idol was earlier organised at Sankat Mochan Dham and by Congress leader Brijmohan Bhama, Balmiki Samaj and the temple’s priests.
“Obama has deep faith in Lord Hanuman and that is why we are presenting an idol of Hanuman to him,” said Bhama.
Why didn’t we ever hear about this in the mainstream media in the United States?
Perhaps of much more concern is the fact that Barack Obama has been photographed wearing a ring with a Masonic emblem.
The picture posted below is of a story from the June 2008 edition of Newsweek magazine. It shows Obama’s two hands reaching for the seal of the president of the United States….
On closer inspection, the ring definitely appears to have the familiar “square and compasses” emblem of Freemasonry on it….
This is especially true when you zoom in even more….
The following is a different piece of jewelry with the “square and compasses” on it. As you can see, there is a striking resemblance….
So what is the big deal?
After all, haven’t a whole bunch of other U.S. presidents been Freemasons?
Yes, but the disturbing thing is that Obama is so secretive about it. If he is a Prince Hall Freemason he should just be open and admit it.
Another of Obama’s “lucky charms” that is raising eyebrows is his “wedding ring”. It turns out that he was wearing this ring long before he ever got married, and recently experts were able to examine the inscription on the ring closely enough to be able to translate it.
So what does the inscription say?
It says “there is no god except Allah”.
A photo of Obama wearing this ring on his left hand is below….
According to WND, Obama has been wearing this ring since his days at Harvard Law School….
As a student at Harvard Law School, then-bachelor Barack Obama’s practice of wearing a gold band on his wedding-ring finger puzzled his colleagues.
Now, newly published photographs of Obama from the 1980s show that the ring Obama wore on his wedding-ring finger as an unmarried student is the same ring Michelle Robinson put on his finger at the couple’s wedding ceremony in 1992.
Moreover, according to Arabic-language and Islamic experts, the ring Obama has been wearing for more than 30 years is adorned with the first part of the Islamic declaration of faith, the Shahada: “There is no god except Allah.”
The WND story does a great job of breaking down this whole mystery. If you have not read that entire article yet, I encourage you to do so right here.
So why would Barack Obama (who is supposedly a “Christian”) be wearing a ring that expresses devotion to Islam all these years?
Could it just be an innocent mistake? Once someone points out to him what the ring really says will he take it off? Or does Barack Obama really do have an affinity for Islam?
After all, he certainly has said a whole bunch of nice things about Islam over the years. I documented many of these in my previous article entitled “10 Quotes By Barack Obama About Islam Contrasted With 10 Quotes By Barack Obama About Christianity“.
Of course Barack Obama is free to believe whatever he wants. If he wants to be a Freemason, a Muslim, a Hindu or something else that is his choice.
But what the American people deserve is honesty. In November they are electing someone to lead the entire nation. Is it too much to expect the candidates to be open and honest about their pasts and about what they truly believe?
And don’t think that I am giving Romney a pass either. If anyone out there has any information about weird stuff that he is carrying around I will be glad to do an article about that as well.