Do you know the hidden meaning behind taking selfies with the tongue out?

Nowadays, in social media, it’s very trendy for young people to take selfies with their tongues out, and then post them on instagram, facebook, twitter and others, imitating celebrities and such.

Even young people who have given their lives to Christ do these “poses”, not knowing the meaning or symbology that this sign represents.

Investigating, it was found that, in the 70s, the Rolling Stones commissioned John Pasche to create a new logo for their album “Sticky Fingers”. For this, John Pasche created the logo of the extended tongue that comes out of fleshy lips.

According to diverse blogs and studies, the extended tongue means death. This sign makes a reference and honor to a Hindu goddess named Kali, who represents fair violence. It is brutal ,and inspires fear in people because of her cruel practices.

In Sanskrit, the classical language of India, Kali means black, it is the phenomenon of Kala that means darkness. This goddess has four arms, in one she has a slain head, in another one, a sword and in the third one a cup full of blood. On her neck, there’s a garland that has 51 human heads that symbolize the 51 letters of Sanskrit.

The member of the rock band Kiss, Gene Simmons, also sticks out his tongue in his musical performances, where in addition his makeup and costume represents or means “The Devil”. Aside from that, he also uses the horned hand a lot, which is the sign of recognition among those within the occult.

In a dialogue with BigBang, Marcelo Solá, an expert in nonverbal communication, explained that it can be seen as a wake-up call, or an act of rebellion. But from the psychological point of view, the meaning can vary.

“The tongue next to the two V-shaped fingers may be uncertain. As a gesture, it must be analyzed in a way that ‘they want to generate something and they don’t know how,’ or yes, and that is the way to provoke,” he explained.

God has taught us through Philippians 4:8: “Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirableif anything is excellent or praiseworthythink about such things.”

Therefore, we invite you not to follow the currents of the world, as there are things we do that seem right to us, but that eventually lead us to the grave (Proverbs 14:12). Promote life with your good deeds, so people know that only in God is there a living hope.


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