| The Temple of Baal???|
I have been reading about the reconstruction of the Temple of Baal in New York and London. Does this have prophetic implications? Should we be concerned about this?
| 2016/4/4 20:08|
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It's pretty crazy actually. And all going up in London & New York to be replicated in 50 other countries. On the "highest holy day of Beltraine" (satanistic). Obviously Baal was the Principalities name in the OT where gross perversion, immorality, prostitution, homosexual acts, orgies, etc. & they "passed their children/offspring through the fire" of Molech as a result. The first known form of "abortion". I don't know what the specific significance is, but it's certainly not a "non-event" in my view. Michael Snyder has written a couple of informative articles recently on the issue. You can read them on his "End of the American Dream" blog. Last 2 posts (unless he posted one last night or today.
| 2016/4/4 20:29|
"Pilgrim and Sojourner." - 1 Peter 2:11
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Just so saints realize it is not an entire temple that is being erected:
WHAT'S TRUE: Replicas of the arch from Syria's Temple of Baal will be erected in London and New York City for World Heritage Week in April 2016.
WHAT'S FALSE: The structures will be full, permanent and operational houses of worship.
SI Moderator - Greg Gordon
| 2016/4/4 20:45||Profile|
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What you need to understand is the significance and timing of this replica of the Temple of Baal. It is utterly Satanic, and this is inviting demons to come in through the portal that it creates.
"According to the Satanic Calendar of High Holy Days, April 19 inaugurates a period of blood sacrifice to the Beast, culminating in the Grand Climax on May 1st each year. May 1st (May Day), of course, is celebrated in Red Square (note the color, red) in Moscow each year by a huge parade and spectacle. It was also on May 1, 1776 in Bavaria that Adam Weishaupt founded the Order of the Illuminati, and it was May 1st when the ancient Druids honored their great Sun God and Goddess with an uninhibited festival complete with initiations, sex orgies, drunken revelry, and human sacrifice."
Joseph Spickard is another respected author that has also written about this.
The following is an excerpt from an excellent article that was posted on his website:
Sacrifice by fire is required by pagan, occult and satanic elements on April 19. An emphasis on the sacrificial victims who are children or youth is made. "Passing through the fire" to the fire god, Molech, in the Old Testament of the Bible, described children going through the ritual of fire worship and sacrifice. In this regard, the arms of the god Molech were operated mechanically beyond a veil or curtain in the back of the image by its priests. When a victim was selected or chosen from among those "passing through the fire," the child was placed on the supporting Molech outstretched hands, pulled over a pit of flame, and then the hands were shifted mechanically sideways, causing the child to fall and be consumed into the very hot pit furnace below.
The child's screams were muffled by the very low bass sound of drums and music instruments and the corresponding high pitch of tambourines and other music utensils to drown out its cries. This bass sound was exceeding low. This was to be called later the "Devil's chord."
A Molech site was located just outside of Jerusalem during the period of the Kings and Minor Prophets. The Valley of Hinnom, or in Greek called Gehenna, was located on the south and southwest side of the city. Gehenna was later translated as the popular rendition or place, of hell fire. For the hundreds and hundreds of children, if not thousands, that were immolated ... this was an apt description. The Valley of Hinnom, or Gehenna, became a garbage dump during the time of Christ which continued to emit flame and fire in burning refuse, dead bodies of animals and common criminals, and offal."
| 2016/4/4 21:04||Profile|
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Well, most people think this is a new step into occultism, but it has been going on for hundreds of years already
mostly hidden, and some so in your face on display like in D.C.
How is it possible that with that occult heritage anybody does come to Christ there? Only by His grace. But I've got to tell you, in the same time one deceived American is able to understand his error and return to Jesus there are coming hundreds of people to Christ in Asia. And they usually have'nt been atheists previsouly either, they actually believed some type of mystery religion as well.
| 2016/4/5 4:06||Profile|
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Today, human sacrifice to Molech is still
going on. We know it as abortion. Below
is an excerpt from a article on abortion
as child sacrifice:
Moloch was one of many pagan gods worshiped by means of human sacrifice. Pagans who worshiped Moloch often sacrificed one of their own children, who was ritually murdered and then placed in a sacrificial altar of fire. The sacrifice of the child was to assure a blessing of prosperity for the family. Some followed the Canaanite practice of placing under the front doorstep of the family home, the bones that remained after the burning of the child.
In short, a child was murdered for the promised convenience and prosperity the family was to receive from Moloch. This sounds barbaric to those of us living in the 21st century. It seems barbaric until it is realized that since the Roe v. Wade decision, nearly 50 million babies have been murdered legally in the United States for the convenience or prosperity of their mothers and other family members. Abortion has the same intended outcome of personal and family prosperity as did the sacrifice of a child at the altar of Moloch.
There are some differences between abortion today as a means of obtaining prosperity, and human sacrifice to Moloch thousands of years ago. For one thing, the pagans actually buried their dead children whereas in the United States and other Western nations their little bodies are flushed down toilets, tossed in dumpsters or used in medical experiments. Other than burial method, there is not much difference between the ancient ritual killings and today’s medically sanitized disposal of the young to somehow benefit their elders.
William J. Murray is the chairman of Washington, DC based Religious Freedom Coalition and the author of The Pledge: One Nation Under God
| 2016/4/5 6:42||Profile|
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In London, my church is in London.
The nation has truly given over to Baal worship rather than worship of Yahweh, Jesus
I think the stubborness of people to christianity knowing that throughtout the centuries how the Lord has blessed us because we were a christian nation.
How cold are the British peoples hearts to the gospel, week in and week out it is prevelant when handing out tracts in Hemel Hempstead
| 2016/4/5 8:25||Profile|
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So are we at the point in America where God has given us up to a reprobate mind as Paul describes in Romans 1:18 to 32?
| 2016/4/5 9:25|
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This sacrifice of children makes me so angry I could about SCREAM! An I likely would if it would help!
| 2016/4/6 8:20||Profile|
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What totally floors me is that Israel has one of the most liberal abortion laws in the world. Jewish law, apparently has little impact on politics. And Canada is very liberal, too.
"Outside of those regulations, women can apply for abortions for reasons ranging from an emotional or mental threat caused by the pregnancy or for not being married to the baby’s father. All women who seek to end a pregnancy must appear before a three-member committee to state their case, but 98 percent of requests are approved. Women under the age of 20 or over the age of 40 were also previously eligible for subsidized abortions, regardless of the reason.
With the newly amended health care package, however, funding will now be available for more than 6,000 additional women seeking to terminate their pregnancies, at the cost at some NIS 16 million ($4.6 million). No medical reason for the abortion is required.
The number of nations that now take a stance as liberal as Israel’s on abortion can be counted on one hand. In Canada, abortion is legal at any stage of a woman’s pregnancy, and those performed in hospitals (but not in private clinics) are for the most part covered by insurance. In Slovenia, abortion has been free since 1977, and in 2006, a government minister who tried to limit funding to only those women whose lives were at risk was promptly asked to resign his post.
While Israel may seem an unlikely party to such liberalism, global legislation on abortion proves that when it comes to the life of a fetus, a nation’s politics do not always jive with its attitude toward the controversial procedure."
| 2016/4/6 8:34|