Washington DC: Celebrating the Demon, perhaps the Devil, the god Baal

Iconoclasm is generally not regarded as a friendly thing. However, these days it is becoming more of a common occurrence.

As King Solomon wrote in Ecclesiastes 3:

To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:

A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted;

While “there is nothing new under the sun,” these are strange times. Iconoclasm is back, baby. Some things should always be smashed. These days, more and more things need should be smashed. Ultimately, it is in the eye of the beholder whether or not the smashed is valuable and to be mourned. To the Great Evil and Unnatural Entity known as the U.N., much that is true rubbish is valued and much that is valuable is to be done away with as if it were rubbish… There’s a theme here.

ISIS, the terrorist Muslim army of dubious origins and many Muslims are iconoclasts. The Taliban were. The Taliban destroyed some Buddhist shit. It was under their sovereignty. It was in their purview to destroy it and within their religious dogma to destroy it. Yet, their was a globalism outcry. The site the Taliban destroyed was likely described a “World Heritage Site” as opposed to the property of a sovereign nation of terrible Barbarians!

Look What ISIS Did!!!

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A Temple, More Rotten Than A Tranny Was Destroyed!

Back when the Temple of Bel(Baal) was reported destroyed by CNN on 8/25/2015, they had this to say:

there was an explosion Sunday inside the walls of the Temple of Bel, and while the extent of the damage was not yet known at the time, witnesses reported the walls were still standing. He called the site “the most important temple in Syria and one of the most important in the whole Middle East.”

CNN is very careful not to mention the abominable nature of Bel/Baal or even use the name Baal, instead sticking to Bel.

Here is another fluff quote from CNN:

The first-century temple, which is dedicated to the ancient “god of gods,” is one of the largest and best-preserved in the region and represents a meeting point between classical and Eastern architecture, Abdulkarim said.

Now Baal or his analogs, was a popular god around much of the Middle East. That doesn’t mean he was righteous. Not only was he related to the tranny god Dionysus, regular wicked festivals were thrown for both the tranny god and Baal. Baal was an iconoclast of newborn babies…

Baal is for Lovers but, Not for Babies

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Baal was a fertility god. His festivals were said to be debauched and licentious. In other words, they were sexual free for-alls. At least some children spawned from these sex festivals, if not most of those children were burned to Baal to curry favor. The name actually meant “lord.”

The fact that “the Global Village” as organized by the U.N., is mourning the destruction of what most people can agree was an evil god’s Temple, a Temple where the newborns may have actually been sacrificed can be seen as prophecy coming true: “men counting evil as good and good as evil.”

Can we count ourselves luckier that The Powers That Be can’t convince “us” as a society to celebrate Charles Manson or the BTK or “bind torture kill” killer as anything more than a morbid curiosity?

Closer to The “Beast’s” Morality?

do what thou wilt

The original planed project of erecting the remnants of Baal’s temple arch was to erect them en masse. They would have been constructed to be semi-permanent in cities all over the world with 3D Printers. That plan didn’t go through.

Whether ISIS is and always was an intelligence asset, the message the U.N. and the new arch builders are/were trying to bestow upon all of us is beyond Cultural Marxism. The underlying morality was almost Crowleyianty after Aleister Crowely. Crowleyian in the sense that a simultaneous tribute to the sacrifice of newborns is on the level of morality of Aleister Crowely. He at least wrote about it and was opposed to all things Christian or moral.  For Crowely, imposing morality is a great evil unless consensual.

In a sense, celebrating Baal’s arch is also an example of Marcuse’s “Repressive Tolerance,” that is leveraging the “good guy’s” intolerance into good will from the general populace so they tolerate something that wouldn’t otherwise be tolerated, in this case Baal and to some extent Baalism.

If We Don’t Celebrate Burning Babies, They Win!

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It’s Our Heritage

According to OneNewsNow,

House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce (R-Calif.), along with ranking member Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.), promoted the exhibition of the reconstructed monument as the protection of “global cultural heritage,” and they jointly unveiled it as the reconstruction of “Palmyra – Syria’s iconic Triumphal Arch on the National Mall.”

“When you look at this beautiful Arch, we are seeing through the eyes of ancient civilizations, and to have it right here – set against the classical columns of the Capitol – is really extraordinary,” Engel proclaimed when unveiling the reconstructed arch, which was carved from the same Egyptian marble as the original structure. “The thugs of ISIS destroyed the physical arch, but we will not and never allow them to take that profoundly important piece of human history away from us, away from the people of Syria, away from anyone.”

Baal is also known as Beelzebub that is Satan. Satan must endure whether Christians attack him or the attack is even from Muslims. The Jews can’t and won’t lose their dad right now.

If you’re near a large or famous city, you too may be able to go see the tribute to the old god that accepted live burning babies as tribute.

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