A couple years back, I was trying to avoid looking closer at child s#x tr#fficking and ped#philia, which the Lord was trying to bring to my attention when He told me: “How can you change it, if you are unwilling to look at it?” The saying from Edmund Burke came to mind: “All that is required for evil to triumph is for good people to do nothing.” Many of us have been sticking-our-heads-in-the-sand doing nothing for way too long.
If you have been following the news, you might have seen a giant statue of Moloch was placed at the entrance of the Colosseum in Rome. Even though the Roman Colosseum was made a sacred site by Pope Benedict XIV in 1749 due to it being a place of early Christian martyrdom, the Catholic Church chose to take part in a large-scale art exhibit dedicated to the city of Carthage (Carthago: The immortal myth) by placing a colossal pagan statue of Moloch at the Colosseum’s entrance. A lecturer in ancient history at Oxford – Josephine Quinn – explains the implication: “Just so we all know what we are “celebrating,” in Carthage, going to see Moloch meant your baby was going to die.”
For more information about the gigantic pagan Moloch idol standing guard at the Roman Colosseum’s entrance, check out => https://pjmedia.com/lifestyle/giant-statue-of-moloch-placed-outside-the-colosseum-in-rome/ and https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/statue-of-ancient-god-of-child-sacrifice-put-on-display-in-rome-days-before-amazon-synod.
Now just a couple days ago, a Steamboat Springs (Colorado) High School required some of its students to participate in a poem called “Howl” that is said to speak about sexting and offering s#xual favors to a teenager. Students were required to role play the “Howl” poem, which “coincidently” celebrates child s#crifice via Moloch. One of its Moloch proclamations includes: “Moloch who entered my soul early! Moloch in whom I am conscious without a body!”
A teacher required a 16-year-old Colorado girl to role play s#xually explicit r#pe and s#domy scenarios in front of the class where she was forced to read out loud explicit lines from the “Howl” poem, like “fu##ed in the a##” and similar vulgar words and phrases. To date, the Steamboat Springs school superintendent has not come against the s#xploitation of its students.
It’s not a coincidence that the god of this world is making a Moloch play at this time of the year. The following is an excerpt from my book SANTA-TIZING: What’s wrong with Christmas and how to clean it up, page 109-110:
“Do you think that it’s a mere coincidence that enthroned Chemosh (worshiped by the Moabites), Mithra (from Persia, worshiped in Rome), and Tammuz (of Babylon fame) wore the same Phrygian cap as Santa Claus? In Michael Rood’s enlightening book “The Pagan-Christian Connection Exposed, Truth vs. Tradition,” he expounds that Chemosh was the pagan god of prosperity that was the same cast iron, pot-bellied god of their kin, the Ammonites, who was worshiped by the name of Molech or Moloch. At the time of the winter solstice on the ancient calendar, they had a public child mass. “Mass” literally means sacrifice in this context. “The priests stoked the iron image of the enthroned Chemosh with wood and burning pitch, which turned the idol into a cherry red furnace. Moabite people made long lists of their desires, and recited them to the god of prosperity just before they put their infant children into the red-hot lap of their god with his Phrygian cap. As the babies were incinerated during the December 25th child mass, the people were assured that their sacrifices would be rewarded in the coming year.” Michael Rood has an interesting perspective: “A month before the birthday of Tammuz (December 25th) we have our children make endless lists to a cherry-red pot-bellied god of prosperity, and then we tplace our terrified children in the lap of this god who wears his Phrygian cap and sits on his throne in the shopping malls.” Minimally, I believe that each Christmas we currently sacrifice our children’s well-being to gods of prosperity, creating the unrighteous dispositions of being demanding and spoiled. Am I the only parent to experience my child’s ungrateful complaint, “Is that it?” when he had just opened a boatload of gifts?
Baal or Moloch or Chemosh—the name may change, but their bloodthirsty appetite for the most acceptable offering of infants does not. “We have ample and melancholy evidence on this subject from the records of antiquity.” It was believed that human sacrifice to Baal held the key to prosperity. Therefore, selfish people desiring to live in ease brought their firstborn child to the high priest, where scholars say the child would be offered as a burnt offering to the deity. Recently, archaeologists unearthed a Baal cemetery containing the remains of more than twenty thousand children. “I will cut off from this place every remnant of Baal . . . those who bow down and swear by the LORD and who also swear by Molech” (Zeph. 1:4-5). The late Reverend Hislop’s extensive research led him to conclude: “Moloch and Roman Saturn have the same bloody character.” This fact is important in our analysis of Christmas being the golden calf of America. As you will discover later in this chapter, the church of Rome was unable to eradicate the heathen celebration of Saturnalia, so they slightly modified it and designated a Feast of the Nativity to be observed.”
My questions to myself and everyone are: Am I part of the solution, or part of the problem? Are my worship practices promoting life, or death? Do I want to stick my head-in-the-sand and ignore the cries of innocent blood, or do I want s#x tr#fficking, p#dophilia and child s#crifice to stop? Choose this day whom you will serve.
Choose life and blessing forevermore!
Give em heaven!!!
Copyright November 21, 2019 – Sapphire Throne Ministries – Robin Main
P.S. Most of my Christmas/Hanukkah articles are available in a semi-organized form here => http://www.santa-tizing.com/blog