Is Baal Worship More Prevalent Than We Realize?

Is Baal Worship More Prevalent Than We Realize?
  • Baal worship can be experienced in all cultures throughout the world. It’s in plain sight for all to see, and it’s more than just a coincidence.
  • Baal is represented by entities such as Satan, Bel, Baphomet, Marduk, and even the Gaelic May Day Festival called Beltane, also known as “fires of Baal.”
  • The large archway at the temple in Palmyra, Syria where Bel worship was prominent, was reconstructed as an act of revival or rebirth. The symbolism of the arch has been taken around the world.
  • The rise of Baal worship is quickly spreading around the world.

The arch of the Temple of Bel (Baal) was reconstructed and sent on a world tour, curiously coinciding with important events, being unveiled in ceremonies at gatherings of global leaders.

There are just too many events to be a coincidence, and in this article, we’ll let you decide if elites are bringing back the worship of Baal.

Before we show you how elites are bringing attention once again to the god Baal, let us first explain who Baal is, the significance of the temple of Baal (a place of child sacrifice), and then we’ll show you how elites are involved with Baal.

The first two Commandments – the danger of evil entities

Acknowledging and worshiping other gods and deities are so important to God, that He addressed it in the first two Commandments:

  1. Thou shalt have no other gods before me.
  2. Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image.

Now while many people see these commandments as that of a jealous God, there’s more to it than that. There’s a reason throughout the Bible why mankind is warned against getting involved in any occult practices: a realm of fallen supernatural beings exists and acknowledging them and communicating with them is dangerous. These entities are evil.

When people set up altars and offer rituals to these other gods or beings and attempt to communicate with them, something happens – they show up!

God knows this, and this is specifically why we are warned to avoid communicating with them.

Who is Baal? (Hint: Satan)

In the Hebrew language, pronounced Ba’al, the word literally means boss, Lord, Master, or owner.

However, Baal is synonymous with the Mesopotamian god Bel, the god Molech/Malak/Marduk, also called Malak-Bel of Palmyra, Syria, where a temple to worship this god was built. Baal was worshiped in Canaan, by the Phoenicians, and this worship spread to Egypt.

Human sacrifice to Baal

Molech is the Canaanite God associated with child sacrifice. The Carthaginians brought their children as human sacrifices to Baal. Baal appears about 90 times in the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament) in Zephaniah, 1 Kings, 1 Corinthians, Numbers, and Genesis.

But Baal is also said to be connected to Belial (derived from Bel) and the Celtic Belenus or Beil, who was called the “bright one” or shining one.” Which obviously connects to Lucifer, the “light bringer” who has also been called the “shining one.”

Baal also became Ba’al Zebub or Beelzebub.

Here is what Jesus had to say about Beelzebub:

“If Satan is divided against himself, how can his kingdom stand? After all, you say that I drive out demons by Beelzebul.” – Luke 11: 19

Simply put, Baal is the devil, Lucifer, Satan.

Connection to Baphomet

Baal was called the Lord of two horns. And who else is the Lord of two horns? Baphomet. Who is Baphomet? The “goat demon” and “the goat of Mendes.”

Baphomet is the most recognizable demonic image, the one we associate with Satan. Baphomet is the image that Satanists use to represent or portray the devil.

The arch of the temple of Bel/Baal

The temple of Bel, which is also sometimes referred to as the Temple of Baal, was an ancient temple located in Palmyra, Syria, consecrated to the Mesopotamian god Bel, who was worshiped at Palmyra. The temple was built twice, with the second one built by the Romans, and dedicated in 32 A.D.

Destruction of the temple

The temple of Bel was destroyed by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS/ISIL) in August 2015.

Reconstruction of the Arch of Palmyra

There was a large archway that was the entryway into the temple, called the Monumental Arch. A small portion of the main entrance arch survived the ISIS destruction, and the Institute for Digital Archaeology was involved in using 3D technology to reconstruct a 20-foot replica.

Using this technology, they reconstructed the central part of the arch, five stories high and weighing some 11 tons, carved out of Egyptian marble in Italy by machinery.

Not just an archaeological purpose – hiding the devil in plain sight

At first, you might be thinking, okay, so they reconstructed some ancient archaeology – what’s the big deal?

First, the big deal is that this is the sacred entranceway to a temple associated with child sacrifice. Secondly, it’s not like this artifact is being put in museums. It has been on a world tour, being shown as part of a ceremony at important global gatherings of world leaders and elites, as well as coinciding with a major Baal Festival.

This is easily searchable online as there are many articles written by major news outlets reporting on these events (although not necessarily addressing the biblical and demonic significance).

The point is, the demonic is being flaunted right in plain sight, while most people are woefully unaware of the significance.

What does the arch represent?

The elites will tell you that the arch represents “freedom.” And that’s true, but they are not talking about the same kind of freedom you might be thinking of.

The freedom they are talking about is freedom from God and his law, rules, and word. The kind of freedom Satan has been talking about from day one.

Ba’al’s world tour

At first, the arch of the temple of Baal was going to be displayed in Times Square in New York City. This was met with instantaneous outrage by evangelicals and the secular community alike.

So the elites went to Plan B, they premiered the rebuilt arch in Trafalgar Square, in London. But it wasn’t quite as simple as that. The premier timed specifically with the Beltane festival.

What is the Beltane festival?

Beltane is the name for the Gaelic May Day Festival, commonly held on May 1, or about halfway between the spring equinox and the summer solstice, it is one of the four Gaelic seasonal festivals along with Samhain. It is celebrated with rituals of fire.

Beltane translates to the “fires of Baal.” Before the modern era it was a festival marking of the beginning of summer. Beltane is now celebrated by neopagans and Wiccans, who also use the name Beltane for their May Day celebrations. But what is Beltane, really? Basically, it is a festival that celebrates the God Bel (Baal).

Arch goes to New York City

The elites did manage to display the arch in New York City, and the second time they got smarter about it, this time referring to it as “The arch of Palmyra” and leaving the mention of Baal out of it.

Arch goes to summits of world leaders

Next, the arch was taken to Dubai, a financial center of the Mideast region, and coordinated the timing with the opening of the World Governance Summit, which opened with the unveiling of the arch before 4000 people from 130 nations of the world.

There were many world leaders and important people present, such as, Barack Obama and Elon Musk, who spoke. One of the themes in the headlines that news agencies focused on what the leaders were there trying to do – which was to bring all the nations of the world together under one umbrella.

Can you say New World Order? This is exactly what the antichrist wants to do.

Goes to Florence, Italy for the G7

Following Dubai, the arch went to Florence, Italy, again being unveiled as the opening ceremony of the G7 conference.

Coincidence?

It’s hard to call all of this coincidence, because each time the arches are shown off, it is not shown simply as an artifact, but is part of a ceremony.

Not only that, it isn’t being displayed at a museum, but at a major conference of globalists, or as it was in London, occurring at the exact time of the Beltane festival which celebrates Baal.

We say there are just too many coincidences to call it coincidental – but we’ll leave it to you to decide.

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