Diwali: Dark to Light🕯

In India, the holiday of Diwali is celebrated in either October or November and is considered one of the most beautiful and decorated festivals.main-qimg-a0d81f68a220142d86eb67c43a4bbd60

Diwali (Dīvali, Dīpāwali, Deepavali, Dipabali) is known as the festival of lights and is a public holiday in India. 

In celebration of the victory of light over dark and good over evil, and the blessings of victory, freedom, and enlightenment, it is customary to light dozens of candles and clay lamps (called diyas), placing them throughout homes and in the streets to light up the darn-kess.


The name comes from Sanksrit dipavali, meaning “row of lights.” 

In most of India, Diwali consists of a five-day celebration that peaks on the third day with the main celebration of Diwali. In other places where Diwali occurs, usually only the main day is celebrated.

Special sweets are prepared and enjoyed on Diwali. 


This year, the beginning on Diwali is today, the date of publication of this article, November 14, 2020. 


The following excerpts are taken from this article where you can read more about this special holiday: 


“Deepawali or Diwali is a festival of lights symbolizing the victory of righteousness and the lifting of spiritual darkness. … This is one of the most popular festivals in the Hindu calendar. It commemorates Lord Rama’s return to his kingdom Ayodhya after completing his 14-year exile. The stories around Rama and Ravana are told during another holiday, known as Dussehra or Vijaya Dashami.


The Goddess Lakshmi was Vishnu’s consort and she symbolizes wealth and prosperity. She is also worshipped on Diwali. This festival is celebrated in West Bengal as “Kali Puja”, and Kali, Shiva’s consort, is worshipped during Diwali. The Diwali festival in southern India often commemorates the conquering of the Asura Naraka, a king of Assam who imprisoned many people. It is believed that Krishna freed the prisoners.”


This festival of Dark to Light arrives on time for anons, where we patiently await the defeat of darkness, evil and demonic influence in not just America, but across our globe.

You can read more about the Cabal Takedown 👈 here. 

It is not a coincidence that Mars (the planet of war) was in prograde in Aries and in direct alignment with the earth right before this festival of lights. Cue-incidence that the super heroine Sidney Powell warned that she was going to “release the kraken” on the deep state? 

Nothing can stop what is coming. 


Today, Potus left us with this warm Presidential Message from the White House:

The First Lady and I send our warmest wishes to all those celebrating Diwali this week.

During this Festival of Lights, friends, neighbors, and loved ones join in fellowship to commemorate the spiritual triumph of good over evil, light over darkness, and knowledge over ignorance.  As diyas are lit throughout homes, workplaces, communities, and places of worship, their warmth reminds us of the hope and devotion that faith and tradition bring into our lives.

The United States is a deeply faithful nation, and I am proud of my Administration’s work defending the constitutional right of all Americans to live and worship according to their conscience.  Wherever Americans light diyas to celebrate Diwali, our Nation shines bright as a beacon of religious liberty for all people.

This year, we are especially reminded to cherish and give thanks for the companionship of our friends and family.  The First Lady and I wish the millions of people in the United States and around the world observing Diwali a joyous celebration and prosperous new beginnings.

A published copy of this beautiful message can be found here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/presidential-message-diwali/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=wh


Here is a message from Prime Minister Modi that appeared on social media, wishing everyone a Happy Diwali:


The relationship between the West and the East has always been a viable and spiritual one.


The beloved Prime Minister Modi and our God sent Potus have set upon a mission of peace for all humanity.

As Paramahnsa Yogananda once said at a speech in California in the 1950’s, “I believe a cultural exchange between the people of India and America will bring about a solution to the unsolved problems fo the world.” It was almost as if the Yogi was seeing the future. And perhaps he was. After all, he is a yogi. And ascended master. Amen.


America is already looking to India for the manufacture of many items that the US formerly purchased from China. Among these include a renewed and symbiotic relationship between the two nations to provide medical supplies and pharmaceuticals to the West.

No longer will America be filling the pockets of a communist nation.

Sheep no more.

Instead, let us celebrate this holiday of lights. For we all know, that darkness cannot withstand the light.

Martin Luther King left us with some incredible words.


So did JFK.


So did Jesus.


God delivered us with these words in Genesis:


And Ephesians 5:8 reminds us that we were formerly darkness, but now we are light in the Lord. Walk as children of the light!

So let us celebrate Diwali with the light of God. 

For God wins!

As we drive out darkness, and enter the age of enlightenment, we rejoice and celebrate from East to West and West to East. From dark, to light. 

Happy Diwali.


Enjoy this entertaining gem of a video in anticipation of our much anticipated celebration with both and all nations!

~ Copyright 2020 Dilara Esengil, All Rights Reserved

*Images. video and refernced quoted text not property of author. 

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9 replies »

  1. Brilliant writing. You’ve hit every item necessary to understand. Trust the Plan indeed!!! Your writings certainly help when the world seems doomed, but then I remember when POTUS said “The best is yet to come”. I trust him 💯%. WWG1WGA 🇺🇸❤️🇺🇸 Thank you for all you do. I will share your latest with many.

  2. This is a beautiful post. I love learning about Diwali, but also pray it is the time for our country to come out of this dark time, please let it be, for it truly feels like it could be. You have a wonderful clear way of writing, pithy and right to the point without missing anything important. This is a perfect explanation of this moment, of the direction our two countries should follow and that the world will truly benefit from. Let us all go from Dark to Light.

  3. Nice post on Diwali festivals. Every festival in India is celebrated with great enthusiasm. Every month there is a joyful festival. Diwali, Holi are the major ones.

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