A little history on Baal, Molech and the moon god. Islam?


How you have fallen from heaven, O morning star, son of the dawn! You have been cast down to the earth, you who once laid low the nations! Isaiah 14:12


The willingness for mama’s children to die begins to make sense.

Please correct this if it’s wrong. I’ll research this further but it interests me. Molech is in the Bible and the pagans of Palestine sacrificed their children in the hot hands of Molech over the fire. Gruesome.


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2 Responses to A little history on Baal, Molech and the moon god. Islam?

  1. Jester Barley says:

    Baal has nothing to do with Islam , Baal came out of Egypt with the Israelites , when Moses went up the mountain to speak to god , they made a golden calf and worshiped it . Baal , Baal was in the garden of Eden he persuaded Eve to eat of the tree , when Cane later killed able , God went looking for Able , Cane ran scared so the lord put a mark on Cane so no one could touch him . The lord ……..was Baal …..the recent reconstruction of the temple gate of Palmyra in trafalger square was on 19 of April 2016 ……date of the annual blood sacrifice to ………Baal .


    • tannngl says:

      Your sources?
      Ba’al seems to have originated in Phoenicia and Canaan. Israel was tempted and began its worship of Ba’al when Jezebel brought the idol to Israel and pushed its worship.

      “They have built the high places of Baal to burn their sons in the fire as offerings to Baal—something I did not command or mention, nor did it enter my mind.”
      (Jeremiah 19:5 NIV)

      Arabs had many gods, goddesses at different places in the area. The moon god was one used to bring good crops and they sacrificed their children to him.


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