More and more our society and that of the civilized world is taking a terrible turn in the direction of uncivilized anti-human life symbolism and agenda. The anti-human life movement is ever present in the pro-abortion culture thriving in our own country, and the blaming of “climate change” cultists who have increasingly called for the radical decrease in Earth’s human population, seemingly by any means necessary, if you read what the most extreme of this movement write and say.
First they come for the weak, sick and the very young and innocent (unborn, babies, and children), in something as bizarre as what sort of lifesaving medication(s) some take:
— TIME (@TIME) November 5, 2019
Get it? “choking the planet”…
— TIME (@TIME) November 5, 2019
Jim Treacher: Latest Climate Culprits: Asthmatics
A larger than life statue of the ancient god Moloch, to whose roaring fires pagans sacrificed their live children, has been placed at the entrance to one of the most sacred Christian sites for an “art display.”
The Colloseum is believed to be the place where many Christian martyrs died, fed to wild animals or killed by gladiators during the Roman Empire. In 1749, Pope Benedict XIV made it official Church policy to view the Colosseum as a sacred site where early Christians had been martyred. He installed Stations of the Cross, declaring it sanctified by the blood of the Christian martyrs who died tragically there.
This ritual leaves no doubt that this famous historical site has deep Christian roots and significance. The placement of a pagan god — responsible for the deaths of untold numbers of children — in front of it has left visitors and pilgrims confused….
ROME, November 6, 2019 – A reconstruction of a pagan idol who demanded child sacrifice was stationed at the entrance of Rome’s Colosseum as part of a secular historical exhibition.
The presence of the idol raised particular concern among Catholics, as it was erected nine days before the Amazon Synod and the subsequent scandal over the veneration of the Pachamama idol at the Vatican.
The statue of Moloch, worshipped by both the Canaanites and the Phoenicians, is part of an exhibit dedicated to Ancient Rome’s once-great rival, the city of Carthage. The large-scale exhibition, titled Carthago: The immortal myth, runs until March 29, 2020.
“A reconstruction of the terrible deity Moloch, linked to Phoenician and Carthaginian religions and featured in the 1914 film Cabiria (directed by Giovanni Pastore and written by Gabriele D’Annunzio) will be stationed at the entrance to the Colosseum to welcome visitors to the exhibition,” stated a press release about the exhibit.
The statue of Moloch was erected nine days prior to the opening of the Amazon Synod, which was plagued with controversy from the beginning after a ceremony in the Vatican Gardens involving the pagan goddess “Pachamama” was held in the presence of Pope Francis and top-ranking prelates….
(People bow to Pachamama during pagan rite in Vatican Gardens prior to opening of Amazon Synod, Oct. 4, 2019.)
In the ceremony, participants prostrated themselves before wooden statuettes of the fertility goddess indigenous to South America. The statuettes were kept as part of an exhibit in the Church of Santa Maria in Traspontina until they were thrown into the Tiber by Austrian Catholic Alexander Tschugguel on Oct. 21. Afterward, one copy of the mass-produced figures was kept in the church. …
Clark saw a connection between the idol of Moloch and the Pachamama images that featured so prominently at the recently concluded Amazonian Synod.
“Both of these evil pagan idols required child sacrifices and both of them came to Rome at about the same time [as] the Synod,” she said.
The image of Moloch is modeled on a representation of the child-devouring demon found in the 1914 Italian silent film Cabiria. In the film the idol of Moloch, set up in a Punic temple, has a giant bronze furnace in his chest, into which hundreds of children are thrown. Cabiria, the heroine of the film, is threatened with this fiery fate.
The film’s depiction of the idol has a historical basis. Three ancient Greek historians all attest that it was customary in Carthage to burn children alive as offerings to the deity, whom they called Baal and Cronus or Saturn, the Roman god who, according to myth, ate his own children lest they supplant him. Moloch is also mentioned several times in the Book of Leviticus. Hebrew parents are forbidden to sacrifice their children to the god.
Meanwhile, that Christians were killed in arenas like the Colosseum is indisputable. Before his martyrdom, St. Ignatius of Antioch wrote a letter circa 110 AD describing his probable fate.
“I write to the Churches, and impress on them all, that I shall willingly die for God, unless you hinder me. I beseech of you not to show an unseasonable good-will towards me. Allow me to become food for the wild beasts, through whose instrumentality it will be granted me to attain to God. I am the wheat of God, and let me be ground by the teeth of the wild beasts, that I may be found the pure bread of Christ.”
According to historian Eusebius of Caesaria, St. Ignatius was indeed killed by wild animals in an arena in Rome. …
God, have mercy on us…
On Thursday, the pro-life group Created Equal published a new film exposing the Satanic inspiration behind a great deal of abortion activism. The video cites the Satanic Temple’s activism for abortion, the anti-Christian rhetoric of abortion activists, and the abortion movement’s emphasis on autonomy above all else.
Abortion: a Doctrine of Demons explains how a near worship of autonomy drives the movement in favor of killing babies in their mothers’ wombs.
“Most often, the ultimate value they fight for is autonomy, freedom to do whatever they want. The greatest representative of pursuing autonomy is Satan,” the narrator explains. “Created Equal and other pro-lifers often encounter those whose support for abortion turns to worship, most evident under the banner of Satanism.”
Most Satanists do not believe in the existence of Satan, but celebrate him as a symbol of autonomy against the Christian God. Yet some self-identified witches have joined the crusade.
“Those who love death are often quick to embrace its tenets. This is not surprising when the Satanic Temple teaches that defending abortion access is a worthy form of worship,” he adds. “The heart of the pro-abortion message is admittedly one of the Satanic Temple’s fundamental tenets.”
While Americans know that much of the pro-life movement is inspired by religious faith, the video aims to reveal that “the pro-abortion side has a religious dogmatism of their own.”
Doctrine of Demons displays an abortion clinic blessing and then turns to an interview with former Satanist and Christian apologist Zachary King (whose story has been disputed). King claims to have assisted in abortions. “When you’re doing an abortion, blood is the binding agent in a Satanic anything. Ultimately you’re wanting the blood of the baby. Because that is a Satanic sacrifice,” he says.
Then the video cuts to footage of a woman saying her unborn baby appeared to her in a vision, telling her it was “okay” to kill him or her. The woman went on to sing aa creepy “lullaby” to the aborted baby. …