I don’t know what’s worse – for Baal to randomly appear in the smoke of the burning Trade Centre tower, or his gate to be deliberately installed in New York. By his gate, I mean a replica of the Arch of Triumph from Palmyra Syria that was in London in April. It’s now been erected in City Hall Park, the heart of the financial district on September 19, 2016.
The tacky 3-D printed thing previously stood in Trafalgar square London for three days and nights in April 2016. I wonder if it’s going to be lit up with the eerie red floodlights they used in London? See Modern day Baal worship, playing with fire.
Here’s a warning that predates that arch by centuries; “Do not make idols or set up an image or a sacred stone for yourselves, and do not place a carved stone in your land to bow down before it” Leviticus 26.
The original arch led to a temple dedicated to the Mesopotamian god Bel (or Baal). Does the public know that this god was associated with child sacrifice?
And this is what God said about child sacrifice through the prophet Jeremiah; “They have built the high places of Baal to burn their children in the fire as offerings to Baal—something I did not command or mention, nor did it enter my mind.” Jeremiah 19:5
Bel or Baal was so repugnant in the Bible that in the time of the prophet Hosea (mid-8th century BC) the use of the term Baal was often replaced by the contemptuous boshet (“shame”). Source: Baal, Ancient deity
The Darkness Of The City Lights
How times have changed. In 1956 a huge cross adorned the NY Empire State Building at Easter. In 2015 the Hindu God Kali glared down from the same building.
Apparently, Kali was meant to convince people to worship and revere “Mother Nature.” I can’t figure that one out. It was probably a reference to population control because the globalists believe we need to be culled.
In Sanskrit, Kali means “she who is black” or “she who is death.” One of Kali’s four arms carries a trident. She should feel right at home at the World Trade Centre – the twin towers were replaced with a complex in the shape of a trident.
Kali specifically wears “a necklace of heads, a skirt of arms, a lolling tongue, and brandishes a knife dripping with blood.” If it had been put up there in relation to Planned Parenthood I would have understood it immediately.
Obama declared the US was “not a Christian nation … not ‘just’ a Christian nation, but Jewish, Moslem, Buddhist, Hindu, and a nation of non-believers.”
But there’s a scripture in 1 Kings 18:20-40. that asks “How long will you falter between two opinions? If the Lord is God, follow Him; but if Baal, follow him,” [and go to hell.]
The politically correct want all religions to be the same and for a nation’s cultural and religious identity to fit that ideal. But not all religions are the same. Sooner or later we’re going to have to wake up to that and choose between gods. On one hand, we’ve got a God who sacrificed Himself for us – while Bel, Baal, Kali, and crew exult in human and animal sacrifice from us. To me, it’s a no-brainer.
220 years before, to the day …
On September 19th, 1796 George Washington wrote a letter to the “The People of the United States of America.” For 122 years his Farewell Address was read in the US House of Representatives until they abandoned the practice in 1984.
“One of the most referenced parts of Washington’s letter was his strong support of the importance of religion and morality in not only promoting private and public happiness but also in promoting the political prosperity of the nation. He argues that religious principles promote the protection of property, reputation, and life that are the foundations of justice. Washington goes so far as to say that the nation’s morality cannot be maintained without religion.
He argues that religious principles promote the protection of property, reputation, and life that are the foundations of justice. Washington goes so far as to say that the nation’s morality cannot be maintained without religion and, since morality is necessary in popularly elected governments, religious principle is vital in maintaining the popularly elected government of the United States.”
Source: George Washington’s Farewell Address