Breaking Ba’al: The Return of Pagan god Worship!

Breaking Ba’al: The Return of Pagan god Worship!

In April 2016 in honor of UNESCO’s World Heritage Week replicas of an archway from the razed Temple of Baal in Palmyra, Syria will be erected in Time Square, New York and Trafalgar Square, London. If you are familiar with Biblical history and the goings on of ancient Israel, this likely raises an eyebrow and begs the question, WHY? Besides the stated reason by Unesco, “a gesture of defiance.”

Baal worship is an ancient Semitic fertility cult that included such practices as ritual sex worship, sympathetic magic, and human sacrifice. The deception to the ancient canaanite peoples was the belief that these rituals would bring rains and storms for a good harvest. The whole belief system was centered around prosperity in the form of crops. Strong parallels can be drawn between postmodern western culture and ancient worship rituals of Baal in the form of abortion, pornography, and sexual promiscuity. (In the article, The Religion of Church and State, these parallels are explained in greater detail.) The difference being the definition of prosperity in post modern western culture.

A couple of things to understand is that Baal worship is 1: that is nothing other that a cover for fallen angel worship and 2: the practices of ritual worship  are immoral and sinful but they are not only sinful and immoral they are deeply spiritual. Often times we look at sexual promiscuity or abortion and attribute a moral value to it which isn’t neccesarily wrong, but there is something much more serious at play here. Why do you suppose fallen angels require such heinous forms of worship? I think we often just assume it is hate for the Most High and humanity. No doubt this is part of the equation, but again there are much deeper things going on here.

Keep in mind that energy is everything, and the fallen are energy vampires. Sexual eneregy transcends into the spirit, so the enemy uses this avenue to harvest energy on a grand scale by deceiving the masses with the “do what thou wilt” mantra. The enemy hijacks a basic human need in order to loot our emotional and spiritual energy. It is no different with abortion, human blood is one of the purest forms of unadulterated spiritual energy. Recall in Genesis when Cain killed Abel. God said to Cain, “what have you done?” The voice of your brother’s blood cries out to me from the ground. The blood is the carrier for human spirit energy. When that blood is spilt the spirit energy is released. The more innocent the blood, the stronger the energy. Are you starting to see a clearer picture of what is happening? Hopefully you can see what the real purpose of these practices are in our time and in ancient times. Don’t pick up what the enemy is throwing down!

Let’s shift gears a little and take a look at other aspects and possible reasons why the replica archways of the Temple of Baal are being erected and the locations that have been selected.

Trafalgar Square, London:


If you’ll notice in the images of Trafalgar Square, they are somewhat reminiscent of Washington, DC and Vatican City with the National Gallery domed architecture similar to the US Capital Building and St Peter’s Bascilica, Nelson’s Column similar to the Washington Monument and the Obelisk known as “The Witness” at the Vatican.

An aerial view of Washington, D.C., focusing on the United States Capitol.
An aerial view of Washington, D.C., focusing on the United States Capitol.
Aerial view of the Vatican
Aerial view of the Vatican

This choice of architectural design and placement is not an accident or a product of whimsy. This layout and design is replicated many times the world over and is representative of the male and female aspects or male and female sexual union which are symbolic of Baal worship. Remember, Baal worship is a fertility cult. The replica gate is being placed in between Nelson’s Column (the phallic symbol) and the National Gallery (the dome or female womb). The question now becomes, why a temple entrance gate between the male and female aspects?



Time Square, New York:


Time Square on the other hand doesn’t seem to have any overt architectural or layout designs in the immediate area, but New York City is home to other representations of Baal and associated fertility cult symbols. The Wall Street Bull for instance is symbolic of Baal, the Statue of Liberty which is an image of Ishtar the Assyrian goddess of love, war, fertility, and sexuality (Source), Grand Central Station a mega tribute to ancient fertility cult worship complete with a Zodiac painted ceiling, art devoted to sun worship in the tunnels, and statue of ancient deities adorning the grounds at the entrance to the building, and lastly Rockefeller Center which is complete with an alter to Baal and other fertility cult symbols engraved in the buildings stone walls. Certainly this is not a complete list of occult architecture dotting New York City landscape but it’s enough to implicate. So placing the gate to the Temple of Baal in Time Square is the proverbial icing on the cake.

Even though these are obvious reasons to place these monuments in Time Square and Trafalgar Square, I believe there are still some less obvious, possibly even unknown reasons for these locations. Other writers have discussed the connection of Baal worship to Nimrod\Marduk and the coming Anti-Christ, which I believe is valid, but there is some archeological research that suggests the purpose and function of structures like obelisks and domes (among others).

These structures are believed to be functional sound energy transmitters similar to a radio antenna. Sound vibrations are the keys to the kingdom so to speak. When you consider that sound energy created the Universe and is still holding it together things start to come in to focus a little bit. Recall that the Most High created everything by speaking it into existence. There is great spiritual significance to this.

Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God. Matthew 4:4

Where does the sound for these structures to resonate come from? Well, it comes from people. In ancient times these structures were always in proximity to a coliseum or large gathering place. These sites are connected by the earth’s ley line grid which carries sound energy to the resonating structures. I believe this may have something to do with the location selected for the replica gates. New York and London are huge population centers with lots of noise and sound vibration. Why do you think the UN’s Agenda 21 seeks to herd all of humanity into cities?

The only aspect of ritual Baal worship that we have no discussed is sympathetic magic. My friends, I believe this is where the rubber meets the road.


: magic based on the assumption that a person or thing can be supernaturally affected through its name or an object representing it

If we analyze the principles of thought on which magic is based, they will probably be found to resolve themselves into two: first, that like produces like, or that an effect resembles its cause; and, second, that things which have once been in contact with each other continue to act on each other at a distance after the physical contact has been severed. The former principle may be called the Law of Similarity, the latter the Law of Contact or Contagion. From the first of these principles, namely the Law of Similarity, the magician infers that he can produce any effect he desires merely by imitating it: from the second he infers that whatever he does to a material object will affect equally the person with whom the object was once in contact, whether it formed part of his body or not. (Source)

In ancient Baal worship Sympathetic Magic took the form of public sex at ritual sites with the idea that this would cause Baal and Ashura to do the same and bring a fertile growing season for a plentiful harvest. I wonder if this same principle is being enacted with the placement of these gate replicas. Will the replica gate resemble the cause of the original gate? Is sympathetic magic being used to invoke Baal worship, which is essentially Anti-Christ worship? I don’t think this is outside the realm of possibility.

I also find it interesting the the Dubai Museum of the Future is involved in this project. Based on the museum’s motto they are more concerned with development of the future. The Temple of Baal is ancient history…or is it?

Museum’s motto ‘See the future, create the future’ is in line with the new approach towards innovation. In this museum, rather than just displaying exhibits or publishing reports, this museum will use design, technology prototyping and foresight to create real examples of change. The museum is the first of its kind, and represents a leading example of entrepreneurial governments embracing change and creating futuristic visions for a better world. This museum will also be the permanent home for the world’s greatest innovations, which will work to stimulate and incubate imaginative solutions to the challenges of future cities. As an integrated environment this museum will bring together brilliant researchers, designers, inventors and financiers under one roof to empower the creative mindsets to test, fund and market their ideas for futuristic prototypes and service.[4] The Museum of the Future is a unique initiative by HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, that explores the future of science, technology and innovation. He said “The future belongs to those who can imagine it, design it, and execute it. It isn’t something you await, but rather create.” which perfectly defines just what Dubai’s Museum of the Future is all about. (Source)


It looks like there is an attempt to use sound resonance to make Baal worship a future reality judging by the placement of these replicas. By reality, I mean Anti-Christ worship in the flesh. I also believe the UNESCO statement describing the reason for erecting these replicas as an act of defiance is true, but an act of defiance directed at the Most High more than anything else!!

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