posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 09:29 PM
K sig you have got to be kidding me... You are just picking bits and pieces of what I said, and then saying that I'm not answering your questions...
Regarding Baal, I already stated that I was wrong and it was Molech... I even provided you with a link that quotes exactly where this is in the Old
testament.... You obviously didn't click on the link...... The new Testament stuff I posted was in regards to living a spiritual life currently..
i.e. you and me.... Just the notion that you would consider I don't know the difference is crazy. You didn't even read what I said... The whole
magic ring that Solomon possessed is in the Testament of King Solomon.... Do I have to come to your house and teach you how to use google to find
it... Give me a break....I already admitted that I was wrong and said Baal instead of Molech... We aren't comparing apples and oranges.... They are
both False Deities... I just mentioned the wrong name... And you weren't even keen enough to pick up on that... You made it sound like you were
almost defending Baal, you didn't even mention that you didn't know which God he sacrificed to, because you didn't! Someone needs to read
Corinthians 13. Anyways here is the quotes from the testament of king solomon, since you wouldn't look for yourself. It's stated in the text, just
read... All I can do for you know sig, is pray for you buddy....Peace and Love to you... Corinthians 13 is the key....
6. And I Solomon was overjoyed, and praised and glorified the God of heaven and earth. And on the morrow I called the boy, and gave him the ring, and
said to him: "take this, and at the hour in which the demon shall come unto thee, throw this ring at the chest of the demon, and say to him: 'In the
name of God, King Solomon calls thee hither.3' And then do thou come running to me, without having any misgivings or fear in respect of aught thou
mayest hear on the part of the demon." 3. [D: Come! Solomon summons you!]
7. So the child took the ring, and went off; and behold, at the  customary hour Ornias, the fierce demon, came like a burning fire to take the pay
from the child. But the child according to the instructions received from the king, threw the ring at the chest of the demon, and said: "King Solomon
calls thee hither." And then he went off at a run to the king. But the demon cried out aloud, saying: "Child, why hast thou done this to me? Take
the ring off me, and I will render to thee the gold of the earth. Only take this off me, and forbear to lead me away to Solomon4." 4. [D: Remove the
ring and give it back to Solomon]
8. But the child said to the demon: "As the Lord God of Israel liveth, I will not brook thee. So come hither." And the child came at a run,
rejoicing, to the king, and said: "I have brought the demon, O king, as thou didst command me, O my master. And behold, he stands before the gates of
the court of thy palace, crying out, and supplicating with a loud voice; offering me the silver and gold of the earth if I will only bring him unto
thee5." 5. [D: would not deliver him to you.]
9. And when Solomon heard this, he rose up from his throne, and went outside into the vestibule of the court of his palace; and there he saw the
demon, shuddering and trembling. And he said to him: "Who art thou?" And the demon answered: "I am called Ornias."
10. And Solomon said to him: "Tell me, O demon, to what zodiacal sign thou art subject." And he answered: "To the Water-pourer6. And those who are
consumed with desire for the noble virgins upon earth . . . . . [there appears to be a lacuna here], these I strangle7. But in case there is no
disposition to sleep8, I am changed into three forms. Whenever men come to be enamoured of women, I metamorphose myself into a comely female; and I
take hold of the men in their sleep, and play with them. And after a while I again take to my wings, and hie me to the heavenly regions. I also appear
as a lion, and I am commanded by all the demons. I am offspring of the archangel Uriel9, the power of God."
11. I Solomon, having heard the name of the archangel, prayed and glorified God, the Lord of heaven and earth. And I sealed the  demon and set him
to work at stone-cutting, so that he might cut the stones in the Temple, which, lying along the shore, had been brought by the Sea of Arabia. But he,
fearful of the iron, continued and said to me: "I pray thee, King Solomon, let me go free; and I will bring you all the demons." And as he was not
willing to be subject to me, I prayed the archangel Uriel to come and succour me; and I forthwith beheld the archangel Uriel coming down to me from
12. And the angel bade the whales10 of the sea come out of the abyss. And he cast his destiny upon the ground, and that [destiny] made subject [to
him] the great demon11. And he commanded the great demon and bold Ornias, to cut stones at the Temple12. And accordingly I Solomon glorified the God
of heaven and Maker of the earth.