Do you know what is “outrageous”? The irony of this post by BIN. Malki sacrificed a 🐑 on the Mount of Corruption near what is called the bench. Bench of judgement. This is why Solomon built high places for his pagan wives for Moloch. And now a statue in front of the Colosseum in Rome where they slaughtered Christians for fun now bugs you. BIN panders to Christians and Christians don’t seem to care. This is what you call a “Christian Handler”. It is ok to have a Gentile actually cut the throat of a lamb on a historical site of human sacrifice for Ashtoreth, Chemosh and Moloch, but not ok to have the idol set up in Rome. Do as the Jews do, not as the Romans….
2 Kings 23:13-14
And the king defiled the house that was before Jerusalem, on the right hand of the mount of Mosthath, which Solomon king of Israel built to Astarte the abomination of the Sidonians, and to Chamos the abomination of Moab, and to Moloch the abomination of the children of Ammon. And he broke in pieces the pillars, and utterly destroyed the groves, and filled their places with the bones of men.
What was below this high place? A cemetary. What was below the landing where the lamb was sacrificed? A cemetary.
“The history and culture of one of the most powerful and fascinating cities of the ancient Mediterranean is on display from 27 September to 29 March 2020 with the exhibition Carthago. Il mito immortale – “Carthago. The immortal myth”.
The Colosseum, the Temple of Romulus and the Imperial Ramp at the Roman Forum will all host extraordinary materials, on loan from national archaeological museums in Italy and abroad….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.” (https://parcocolosseo.it/en/2019/08/carthago-the-immortal-myth-from-27-september-the-new-large-scale-exhibition-of-parco-archeologico-del-colosseo/)
“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.” (https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/statue-of-ancient-god-of-child-sacrifice-put-on-display-in-rome-days-before-amazon-synod)
Silent film “Cabiria”: https://youtu.be/DVtaTyA4V4s