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Temple of Baal to Be Rebuilt in Times Square, New York

By Eowyn @DrEowyn

America is going to the devil. Literally.

On July 25, 2015, bankrupt Detroit, with the highest murder rate of any U.S. city, welcomed the installation of a 9 ft. statue of Satan. (See " Detroit goes to the devil ")

Temple of Baal to be rebuilt in Times Square, New York

Now comes news that next month, a replica of the Temple of Baal will be erected in New York City's Times Square.

is the Semitic word for "lord" - the name of a god/demon with roots going back to the ancient Egyptians, Phoenicians and Babylonians. Another name for Ba'al is (Lord of the Flies), whom the New Testament identifies as Satan, prince of the demons.

Michael Snyder reports for End of the American Dream, March 22, 2016, that the Temple of Baal ( aka Temple of Bel) was a world famous landmark that was located in Palmyra, Syria. In August 2015, the world was shocked when the temple, regarded as a "cultural relic," was destroyed by ISIS.

Temple of Baal to be rebuilt in Times Square, New York

In an attempt to "preserve history," two exact replicas of the 50-foot arch that had stood at the entrance to the temple will be erected in April 2016 in Times Square in New York City and in Trafalgar Square in London.

NEXT month, the Temple of Baal will come to Times Square. Reproductions of the 50-foot arch that formed the temple's entrance are to be installed in New York and in London, a tribute to the 2,000-year-old structure that the Islamic State destroyed last year in the Syrian town of Palmyra. The group's rampage through Palmyra, a city that reached its peak in the second and third century A.D., enraged the world, spurring scholars and conservationists into action.

In ancient times, child sacrifice and bisexual orgies were common practices at the altars of Ba'al, and now we are putting up a monument of worship to this demon in the very heart of America's most important city.

As recounted by Matt Barber:

Ritualistic Baal worship, in sum, looked a little 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."

[...] Modern liberalism deviates little from its ancient predecessor. While its macabre rituals have been sanitized with flowery and euphemistic terms of art, its core tenets and practices remain eerily similar.

Michael Snyder questions whether the rebuilding of the Temple of Ba'al in Times Square is really about preserving a cultural artifact. He points out that:

A lot of secret societies and occult groups have traditions that tell them that Nimrod/Marduk/Osiris/Apollo/ Baal will someday be resurrected and will once again rule the world.

And many Bible scholars believe that the coming Antichrist will either be a resurrected Nimrod or will be associated with him in some way. For an extensive examination of this view, I would commend to you The Second Coming of the Antichrist by Peter Goodgame and Babylon Rising by Rob Skiba.

With all of the preceding in mind, could it be possible that we are actually erecting a temple for the Antichrist in New York City next month?

If you are not religious, I know that all of this must sound very strange. But there are occultists that take this stuff deadly seriously, and nothing this large gets space in either Times Square or Trafalgar Square by accident.

There are very powerful people out there that made this happen, and perhaps someone should ask them what their intentions are.

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