Meme of the Day #31
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“Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!” (Isa. 5:20.)
From the Incas to Carthage, sacrificing children to Moloch (Satan) has been a part of the evil elite to gain more power in their world. People in the West have continued worshipping that god as it sacrifices millions of babies to Moloch over decades of abortion.
Who dat? Mesopotamian Baal?
Moloch (whom I believe was also called Baal by some).
The Romans razed Carthage to the ground (‘and sowed the fields with salt’) in the third Punic war. Among the many charges they levelled at Carthage was child sacrifice – babies offered up to placate or supplicate for the city’s or an individual’s wellbeing.
More recent historians in the 20th century cast doubt on this, writing it off as Roman propaganda.
But more recenter recent historians have found the remains of a cemetery going back those times which argues that they did indeed do so.
The Romans razed Carthage to the ground (‘and sowed the fields with salt’) in the third Punic war
The Romans conquered many other pagan and uncivilized peoples, cities and nations, but never did they raze an entire nation and its culture to the ground.
So disgusted and abhorred by what they saw in Carthage, even after all those other bloody conflicts, that the only solution was to completely erase that culture from history.
Yet, Moloch never leaves, over centuries and many disparate cultures, he seeks to take away the children of God through the most horrific of sins. Will the West get its chastisement, as surely we’ve sunk as far as Sodom and Gomorrah.