News item: On April 19 reproductions of the arch that stood in front of the Temple of Baal was going to be erected in Times Square in New York City and in Trafalgar Square in London. Negative publicity caused the event to be postponed
On September 19, under much less fanfare a 25 foot replica of the arch was unveiled in New York City. The original in Palmyra, Syria was blown up by ISIS.
The arch was previously on display in London’s Trafalgar Square. It was exhibited at City Hall Park the week of Sep 19 as the United Nations General Assembly met.
The 25-foot-tall structure is made of nearly 30,000 pounds of Egyptian marble, reconstructed thanks to the Institute for Digital Archeology.
And there it stood, a symbol of pagan worship that included sex orgies and child sacrifice.
Let it sink in with a Limerick:
In New York: A Temple of Baal
It’s not surprising at all.
When it comes to abort
New York State swayed the court.
We must protect life, lest we fall.
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 better known as “May Day”, and it has been described as the “Illuminati’s second most sacred holiday”.
The sailor’s universal distress call is “MayDay”, but that is just a coincidence, since sailors tended to mispronounce the French “m’aider“, a shortened version of “venez m’aider” (meaning “come and help me”).
Or is it because the Socialist International’s most holy day is May 1?
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.
The organization responsible for the “celebration” in London put the following on its website: On April 19, 2016, in cooperation with national and international cultural heritage preservation organizations, and in conjunction with World Heritage Week 2016, the Institute for Digital Archaeology will install a monumental scale reconstruction of Palmyra’s Triumphal Arch on Trafalgar Square. Through this project — and others like it scheduled throughout 2016 in cities both inside and outside the Middle East — the IDA seeks to provide an optimistic and constructive response to the ongoing threats to history and heritage that have captured headlines over the past year. Our aim is to highlight the potential for the triumph of human ingenuity over violence by offering innovative, technology-driven options for the stewardship of objects and architecture from our shared past.
Coincidence? I think not.
What we have here is a return to the old Baal worship, much condemned in the Bible. Elijah’s epic challenge at the mount of Carmel comes to mind. The Asherah poles (or groves) everywhere on prominent places in the middle East gives an illustration how widespread it was among the Canaanite’s and adopted by the Israelites.
A short excerpt from a sermon by pastor John Mabray of Rivermont Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Lynchburg, Va. explains it like this:
“Ritualistic Baal worship looked like this: Adults would gather around the altar of Baal. Infants would then be burned alive as a sacrificial offering to the deity. Amid horrific screams and the stench of charred human flesh, congregants – men and women alike – would engage in bisexual orgies. The ritual of convenience was intended to produce economic prosperity by prompting Baal to bring rain for the fertility of “mother earth.”
The natural consequences of such behavior – pregnancy and childbirth – and the associated financial burdens of “unplanned parenthood” were easily offset. One could either choose to engage in homosexual conduct or – with child sacrifice available on demand – could simply take part in another fertility ceremony to “terminate” the unwanted child.”
So this is what modern progressives are reduced to. It is an old religion in new clothes, and it has incorporated the environmental movement, which among other things has at its roots to reduce the world population to less than 10% of its present size.