On the 19th April 2016 a replica of the Arch of Triumph from Palmyra, Syria stood for three days and three nights in Trafalgar Square, London – bathed in an eerie glow from the red floodlights. The original arch, blown up by Isis, served as an entry way into the Baal complex. The official reason for the gate being placed there was to commemorate the original arch. But why three days and nights, and why the red glow? Was there some hidden religious freemasonry significance to this?
It was thirteen days before Beltane on the 30 April 2016. Beltane can be translated as “Baal fire.” Celtic neopagans and Wiccans have observed it, or something based on it, as a religious holiday since the late 20th century. On that night special bonfires are lit to honour Baal, the evil false god that the prophet Elijah came up against in the Bible, saying “How long will you falter between two opinions? If the Lord is God, follow Him; but if Baal, follow him.” You can read about it in 1 Kings 18:20-40.
The Edinburgh Beltane Fire Festival
The 13-day period of time leading up to Beltane also appears to have special occult significance. In the occult world, thirteen is the number of rebellion. But I can’t find a lot about it. Much of the information on the internet appears to be speculation. But this site cites authors who have written about it. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/temple-baal-new-york-going-up-just-before-baals-biggest-donny-klaehn
Obama arrived in London on the 22 April 2016, which is interesting timing.
Also interesting timing is the Canadian wildfire started near Beacon Hill in the Fort McMurray area around midnight May 1-2, during the culmination of the Beltane ritual period. Coincidence?
The fire racked up a list of colourful nick-names; “A multi-headed monster. An animal of fire. The Beast.” It jumped a kilometre-wide river. It generated it’s own lightning which started other fires. Canada wildfire: why a sleeping giant awoke in Alberta and became relentless.
Mike Flannigan, a professor of wildland fires at the University of Alberta, says the fire’s proximity to the city, as well as data that shows there were no lightning strikes in the area, lead him to believe the cause of the fire was likely human.
Of course it’s being blamed on global warming.
This is what God has to say about Baal and Babylon; “I will kindle a fire in his cities, And it will devour all around him.” Jeremiah 50:32.
“We didn’t start the fire
It was always burning
Since the world’s been turning
We didn’t start the fire
No we didn’t light it
But we tried to fight it.” – Billy Joel