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A Temple of Baal (Child sacrifice) is About to Be Erected in Times Square, New York City*


A Temple of Baal (Child sacrifice) is About to Be Erected in Times Square, New York City*

A Temple of Baal (Child sacrifice) is About to Be Erected in Times Square, New York City*

While this article aims to place the evil practices of the worship of Baal as part of ancient Middle Eastern (Arab) culture like much of the re-writing of Sumerian history, one is reminded of the following:

Palmyra, is an ancient semitic city, on the old silk road..It’s interesting to note, that the Jews erected a massive Temple to the Jewish God Baal.

Baʿal (bet-ayin-lamedh) is a Semitic word signifying “The Lord, master, owner (male), keeper, husband”, which became the usual designation of the great weather-god of the Western Semites.[4] Cognates include Standard Hebrew (Bet-Ayin-Lamed); בַּעַל / בָּעַל, Báʿal (Hebrew word #1166 in Strong’s Concordance), Akkadian Bēl and Arabic بعل. In Hebrew, the word ba’al means “husband” or “owner”, and is related to a verb meaning to take possession of, for a man, to consummate a marriage. The word “ba’al” is also used in many Hebrew phrases, denoting both concrete ownership as well as possession of different qualities in one’s personality en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palmyra

  • Baalat or Baalit, the wife or female counterpart of Baal (also Belili) (Biblical Hebrew בעל, pronounced [ˈbaʕal], usually spelled Baal in English) Baʿal (bet-ayin-lamedh) is a Semitic word signifying “The Lord, master, owner (male), keeper, husband”. Cognates include Standard Hebrew (Bet-Ayin-Lamed); בַּעַל / בָּעַל, Báʿal, Akkadian Bēl and Arabic بعل. In Hebrew, the word ba’al means “husband” or “owner”, and is related to a verb meaning to take possession of, for a man, to consummate a marriage. The word “ba’al” is also used in many Hebrew phrases, denoting both concrete ownership as well as possession of different qualities in one’s personality. The feminine form is Baʿalah (Hebrew בַּעֲלָה Baʕalah, Arabic بعلـة baʿalah) signifying “lady, mistress, owner (female), wife”.
  • Ba’al Hadad (lit. master of thunder), storm god.
  • Baal Hammon, god of fertility and renewer of all energies in the Phoenician colonies of the Western Mediterranean

messianic-torah-truth-seeker.org/Abt-pagan-nation-around-Israel/Canaan-Kenaan.htm

The timing speaks plenty…

By Michael Snyder

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2 responses

  1. Reblogged this on HumansinShadow.wordpress.com.

    March 25, 2016 at 9:58 pm

  2. Pingback: @twitter #Satanism doesn’t exist? Temple of Baal to Open in Times Sq & Trafalgar Sq on April 19 | In the Best Interests of the 'Whistleblower Kids'?

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