Evil, multiplied by 1000

So, ISIS or whatever they want to be called today, have destroyed a lot of ancient artifacts. These are temples to demon gods, so in many ways, if you are a bible-believing Christian you should be happy with that! It’s no bad thing! It it what the bible tells US to do!

But wait, you can only imagine the plans that satan has in response to this.

Why not 3D print 1000 copies of the items, and place them in cities across the world!

What could go wrong?

Well the item they have chosen is the Temple of Baal, also known as the Temple of Bel. I quote:

The temple, dedicated in 32 AD to the Mesopotamian god Bel, attracted 150,000 tourists yearly until 2011, when the civil war in Syria began.

In August, ISIS soldiers razed most of the structure with a series of powerful explosions, leaving behind only a 50-foot arch, according to satellite photos of the historic site.

The current status of the arch is unknown.

A plan to exhibit a model of the Temple of Bel — also known as the Temple of Baal — in Times Square or Union Square is awaiting approval from the Mayor’s Office, Michel said.

“I’m sure it will turn on issues of traffic flow and security,” he told The Post. “I know it’s pending.”

The institute plans to construct approximately 1,000 such versions of the arch in cities throughout the world. (source)

Aren’t we humans clever? This is gob-smacking stupidity on the part of intellectuals who are more interested in history than in pleasing God (which is no surprise!). Be prepared to protest if they build one of these near you.

So the final question is ‘Why are they doing this?’

Is it just an interest in history? If so, why not replicate any of the ancient churches knocked down by ISIS? I think these arches may prove to be part of satanic rituals to bring in demonic presences into specific areas.

Each geographic area has a Prince over it – what would be nicer for them than to have a grand entranceway built to celebrate their entry into the world at this time?

What are your thoughts? History, or something more dangerous? As a final note, I am seeing the name of Palmyra mentioned regularly at the moment – it was in the Daily Mail today – and that’s where this temple is situated! Interesting! (Link)

God Bless you

Lis

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