APRIL is the cruellest month, breeding
Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing
Memory and desire, stirring
Dull roots with spring rain.
Winter kept us warm, covering
Earth in forgetful snow, feeding
A little life with dried tubers. T.S. Eliot.
Other poets have waxed eloquent about April, the return of life to nature, flowers, budding trees, return of the songbirds, the resurrection of Jesus Christ, so it really should be a universal cause for celebration.
Maybe it is, although this year we are having an early spring with the forsythias blooming, our apricot tree in full bloom, the cherry blossoms are more beautiful than ever, we are expecting an Arctic cold snap with temperatures back to hard frost, killing the tender new growth.
That could be it, but the real reason is much more sinister.
April 19th is the first day of a 13 day period of time known as “the Blood Sacrifice to the Beast” that culminates on the high occult holy day of Beltane on May 1st. In some parts of the world, Beltane is much better known as “May Day”, and it has been described as the “Illuminati’s second most sacred holiday”.
April 19th is also known as “the Feast of Moloch”. If you are not familiar with “Moloch” or “Molech”, it is an ancient Canaanite god that is repeatedly denounced in the Old Testament. Child sacrifice was a key feature of the worship of Moloch, and a giant statue of this pagan deity is set up at the Bohemian Grove in northern California every year.
On April 19 reproductions of the arch that stood in front of the Temple of Baal are going to be erected in Times Square in New York City and in Trafalgar Square in London. This is also the exact day when a very important occult festival related to the worship of Baal begins.
It seems that this occult festival of Baal is attracting a large number of disasters, but more importantly events and actions that seem to fit the pattern of Baal.
- April 16, 1947, a ship loaded with ammonium nitrate docked at the Port of Texas City and erupted in flames, causing a massive explosion that killed approximately 576 people).
- April 16, 2007 – Virginia Tech Massacre – 32 killed; 17 injured.called
- April 16, 2013 – Boston Marathon Explosions – 3 killed; 107 injured.
April 18, 1906 – The San Francisco Earthquake. The ensuing fire raged uncontrollably for three days resulting in the destruction of over 10,000 acres of property and 4,000 lives lost.
April 18, 2013 – Fertilizer plant explosion, Texas – 5-15 killed (Notice that this event occurred almost exactly 20 years after the Waco Massacre, which is in the same area.
- April 19, 1993 – Waco Massacre: An FBI assault lead to the burning down of the compound of a sect named Branch Davidians, killing 76 men, women and children.
- April 19, 1995 – Oklahoma City bombing – 168 people killed.
- April 20, 1999 – Columbine High School Massacre – 13 people murdered, 21 injured.
- April 22, 1970 – 100 year anniversary of the birth of Lenin, also the first Earth day
April 23rd – Established by Israel’s Knesset as Holocaust Day in remembrance of the estimated six million Jews killed by Nazis.
April 24, 1915 – In Asia Minor during World War I, the first modern-era genocide began with the deportation of Armenian leaders from Constantinople and subsequent massacre by Young Turks. In May, deportations of all Armenians and mass murder by Turks began, resulting in the complete elimination of the Armenians from the Ottoman Empire and all of the historic Armenian homelands. Estimates vary from 800,000 to over 2,000,000 Armenians murdered.
April 25, 1967 – The first law legalizing abortion was signed by Colorado Governor John Love, allowing abortions in cases in which a panel of three doctors unanimously agreed.
April 26, 1937 – During the Spanish Civil War, the ancient town of Guernica was attacked by German warplanes. After destroying the town in a three hour bombing raid, the planes machine-gunned fleeing civilians.
April 26, 1986 – At the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in the Ukraine, an explosion caused a meltdown of the nuclear fuel and spread a radioactive cloud into the atmosphere, eventually covering most of Europe. A 300-square-mile area around the plant was evacuated. Thirty one persons were reported to have died while an additional thousand cases of cancer from radiation were expected. The plant was then encased in a solid concrete tomb to prevent the release of further radiation.
April 29, 1992 – The Los Angeles Riots that followed the announcement that a jury in Simi Valley, California, had failed to convict four Los Angeles police officers accused in the videotaped beating of an African American man.
- May 1st – May Day, a holiday and spring festival since ancient times, also observed in socialist countries as a workers’ holiday or Labor Day.