Under Watchful Eye of Vatican: Canaanite Idol ‘Moloch’ Put on Display in Rome

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BIN: The pagan Canaanite idol who required child sacrifice was displayed at the entrance of the Colosseum in Rome as part of a secular historical exhibition reports LifeSiteNews. The exhibition is part of a larger exhibit dedicated to Ancient Rome’s historic adversary, the city of Carthage. The exhibition is called ‘Carthago: The immortal myth’. It runs until March 29, 2020.

The statue’s presence comes just over a week following a video that emerged in what appears to be Pope Francis blessing a Pachama Goddess statue. It is well known that the Vatican is currently hoarding Israel’s stolen treasures from the second Temple.

A source close to the matter told Breaking Israel News that: “There is no way that such a thing could be done without direct permission from the highest levels of the Vatican.”

The god ‘Moloch’, was historically worshipped by both the Canaanites and the Phoenicians.

Do not allow any of your offspring to be offered up to Molech, and do not profane the name of your God: I am Hashem. (Leviticus 18:21)

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Opinion: The denominations descend into darkness. Molech was an Ammonite god who required propitiatory child sacrifice. A couple sacrificed their firstborn by burning the child on a metal idol of Molech, believing that Molech would ensure financial prosperity for the family and future children.

The Vatican has remained silent and has not expressed any opposition to the pagan deity’s presence.

That display comes on the heels of a controversial pagan ceremony involving the South American goddess of Pachama that appears to be blessed by Pope Francis:

The descent seems to have no boundaries as Pope Francis leads the faithful into New Age humanism. All that’s left is for the church to approve of abortion.

 

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