The worship of Moloch is a common theme of the elites. These practices focus on giving power and wealth to those that follow the demands for making sacrifice, typically of someone or something that had deep meaning to the follower. Their belief ...
The worship of Moloch is a common theme of the elites. These practices focus on giving power and wealth to those that follow the demands for making sacrifice, typically of someone or something that had deep meaning to the follower. Their belief anchors on the principal that Man through the powers granted by Moloch can become a god and challenge the power of God. This practice was common to the Canaanite tribe, and thus it is not surprising that when tracking bloodlines of the Elites that we discover so many of the elite families trace back to the Canaanites. And sacrifice as a practice was apparently so common that it is documented in Genesis with God’s condemnation of the practice when he commanded Abraham to not sacrifice his son. God abhorred human sacrifice, a practice central to worship of Moloch.
The idea of sacrificing your own child to a god seems impossible to most in this day, yet it was obviously so accepted during the days of Old Testament that Abraham, the Israelites and even Solomon were noted as accepting the practice. And while it is often argued that with the fall of Babylon, this practice died with the destruction of that city state… one must ask with all that we are learning about the Elites… has this practice ever stopped, or has it simply been moved out of site from public scrutiny?
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