Burning Man Organizers Requested Money For “Temple of Whollyness”

Commentary By:  Gordon King

Evil, Satanic, Deceptive.  The organizers of the “Burning Man” ceremony requested money to construct “The Temple of Whollyness”.

I say blasphemy against God Almighty!  Without God these people are doomed to eternal Hell fire.

We must all pray for their salvation.  Amen

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THANK YOU to the 1,225 backers that have supported the Temple of Whollyness with only 24 hours to go before our deadline. You are the reason why we have exceeded our goal. This is truly a Temple built by the Burning Man community! If you arrive here after our Kickstarter campaign has ended, and you still want to support the Temple, please go to our website to contribute. Wholly yours, The Temple 2013

UPDATE #2: We added two new Rewards today. A special offering candle – in your name or a loved one’s – placed in the Temple of Whollyness and five more Temple dinners since the first 15 reservations are already taken. This is the final week so please help us spread Temple 2013 LOVE!

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Idol / Alien / Satan Worship? May God Have Mercy On Us!

Commentary By:  Gordon King

And you thought you’ve seen everything!  The 2013 “Burning Man” ceremony opened this past Sunday, 8 September, 2013.  It is being held in the Black Rock Desert in northern Nevada.  This is where the world is heading.  Most of these people are more than likely unaware of just who they are serving.  Aliens, spaceships, cults, Satan.  This is Satan worship in mass.  Worshiping idols and false gods.  The photos depict just some of what is happening at this ceremony.  However, there are many more photos which I cannot show due to nudity and are graphic in nature.  These events are evil, satanic and full of alcohol, drugs, nudity and sex. 

We must pray for our country, for God to show us mercy and grace.  Amen

Burning Man 2013 Officially Under Way

Citizens of Black Rock City have been streaming into event after Sunday evening’s opening of the gates.

The Man burns during the Burning Man 2013 arts and music festival in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada, on August 31, 2013. The federal government issued a permit for 68,000 people from all over the world to gather at the sold out festival, which is celebrating its 27th year, to spend a week in the remote desert cut off from much of the outside world to experience art, music and the unique community that develops. (Reuters/Jim Urquhart)


Threats of severe thunderstorms Sunday afternoon ended up not coming to fruition, with a few intermittent sprinkles in the three o’clock hour wetting the playa down just a bit, but not enough to close the gates, thankfully.

A steady stream of cars hit the dried out lake bed of the Black Rock Desert after the 6 p.m. opening of the gates Sunday night. By 4:20 a.m. Monday morning, the line to get in was still at least a three-hour wait, according to reports on BMIR, the city’s official radio station.

The weather the last few days has been mild, thanks largely to the smoke from the Yosemite fire keeping the sun’s heat at bay behind a large blanket of orange haze. At sunrise Monday morning, the sun couldn’t be seen until it cleared the haze on the horizon and faintly revealed itself.

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Burning Man festival gets OK for larger crowd

Commentary by: Gordon King
I don’t know about you, but this looks more like idol worship to me.  Celebration of a false god.  The “fire god”?  I wonder if most of these people even know what they are doing?

Participants watch the flames from El Pulpo Mecanico during the Burning Man 2012 "Fertility 2.0" arts and music festival in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada

Participants watch the flames from El Pulpo Mecanico during the Burning Man 2012 “Fertility 2.0” arts and music festival in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada


Burning Man, the annual outdoor arts festival near Reno, Nev., has been given permits for 68,000 people to attend this year.

RENO, Nev. — The largest outdoor arts festival in North America is about to become bigger.

Federal land managers have issued Burning Man organizers a four-year special recreation permit that allows a peak population of 68,000 on the northern Nevada desert this year.

Last year, attendance at the offbeat art and music festival on the Black Rock Desert peaked at some 53,000 — well below the previous maximum allowable population of 60,900.

The festival will be held Aug. 26-Sept. 2.

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