posted on Jun, 28 2005 @ 08:18 PM
Originally posted by aelphaeis_mangarae
or is it a fake body?
No it is fake, but AJ says it wouldn't suprise him if they used a real body.
I am not really sure what the whole ritual is about, I know it's some satanic bull#.
[edit on 25-6-2005 by aelphaeis_mangarae]
In the Masoretic text the name is "Molech"; in the Septuagint "Moloch." The earliest mention of Molech is in Lev. xviii. 21, where the Israelite
is forbidden to sacrifice any of his children to Molech. Similarly, in Lev. xx. 2-5, it is enacted that a man who sacrifices his seed to Molech shall
surely be put to death. Then, curiously, it is provided that he shall be cut off from the congregation. In I Kings xi. 7 it is said that Solomon built
a high place for Molech in the mountain "that is before Jerusalem." The same passage calls Molech an Ammonite deity. The Septuagint as quoted in the
New Testament (Acts vii. 43) finds a reference to Moloch in Amos v. 26; but this is a doubtful passage. In II Kings xxiii. 10 it is stated that one of
the practises to which Josiah put a stop by his reform was that of sacrificing children to Molech, and that the place where this form of worship had
been practised was at Topheth, "in the valley of the children of Hinnom." This statement is confirmed by Jer. xxxii. 35. From II Kings xxi. 6 it may
be inferred that this worship was introduced during the reign of Manasseh. The impression left by an uncritical reading of these passages is that
Molech-worship, with its rite of child-sacrifice, was introduced from Ammon during the seventh century B.C.
It's far from Satanic, it is one of the Early Jewish Gods, from when they followed more than one God.
That would be his symbol on the dollar bill/rumoured to be the symbol of Moloch.
- a lot of information on the topic.