Temple Treasure: Do gods need gold?

“Do our gods in temples, churches, mosques and other holy places of worship really need gold? Are you praying to the yellow metal or to the gods?  The wealth was amassed in at least six vaults, some of which had not been opened in 150 years.  Possibly the largest treasure ever discovered in the world.  The value consisting of thousands of kilos of gold, diamonds, gems and silver ornaments, found concealed in different cellars at Sree Padmanabha swamy temple in Thiruvananthapuram, capital of South Indian state of Kerala, is estimated to cross over a mind-blowing Rs 1,00,000 ($22 billion).   Historians say that the treasure was actually public property hidden away by the erstwhile kings. Atheists and rationalists argue that the treasure could have been black wealth amassed by the kings and hidden in the temple for reasons of the peculiar security situation of those times.”

Interesting that the  temple has a total of six chambers of which each chamber is situated around 20 feet under the ground.    So to answer the question:  Do gods need gold?  Yes,  that’s what makes them appear real and powerful so then we overlook the fact that ‘monetary value’, money, according to what we’ve all accepted and allowed, is the real god of this world.  And, 150 years later, god lives on, 20 feet under the ground.   Wait, isn’t that they direction they said hell was.  

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Temple Treasure: Do gods need gold?

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