The Great Poison

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This may be a controversial topic.

OK it is. But, I want to share with you something I thought about first thing this morning, and not a thousand percent sure how I got there. But, here it is.

Poison has been used before a historical timeclock was kept. To kill, some in small amounts to heal, some to get rid of ‘things’ unwanted.

Let me go back, back, and a wee further back to ancient Greece. I promise I will not go into a lengthy history. There were a zillion religions. Many involved horrific rituals. Prevalent was the worship of Baal (infanticide). Look familiar?

baal image

baal bull

Molech (sacrifice of infants)

molech

and Asherah the goddess of nature and fertility and the poles (phallic??) that were worshipped. Don’t get me wrong, I understand how these names and symbols became part of the Catholic church and why.

asherah

asherah

Men, desperate to have children were deluded through ‘faith’ that their wife/wives would become pregnant after these rites. Girls as young as 12 were deflowered ‘for’ the people. These temples and rituals were maintained <cough> with money <cough> obtained from <cough> temple prostitution. Supposedly, a man would pay and have sex with a prostitute, she who walked the streets in great finery (costly gowns) and jewels on their arms, hands, fingers, etc., and his wife would become pregnant. This is one of the reasons St. Paul called for women to dress modestly. If not, they could be mistaken for a prostitute and all of the images that went with it.

This raised that weird question in my mind. How did these women prevent pregnancy? Well, obviously they didn’t. But they weren’t stupid, not even. They had a poison to deal with it, an abortifactant called ‘Wolfbane,’ or Oleander (similar in chemical structure to modern abortifactants). Thus, they could continue profiting from being prostitutes. What is Wolfbane? Wolf. An obvious reference to wolves. What is bane? Death with bitterness and misery. Snatch away life in misery (aka pain. Whose? The prostitute? No. Think about it.) making this a very bitter rite. One of the biggest centers in Greece (now, Turkey, which is now anti-Semitic, and think on that one for a moment, too) was Pergamum. Baal was worshipped there, and John called it the seat of Satan. There you had an oven. This was in the shape of a bull (Baal). You worship Christ? You worship Yahweh? The oven! You go to the temple priestess, the abortifactant, Wolfbane.

Pergamum’s seat of Satan was moved to Germany by Hitler, by the way, including the oven shaped like a bull (which is where martyrs were roasted to death before and after Jesus’ time) and Hitler’s own praise for putting ovens in to kill Jews. Evil.

Think… World War II.

Of course, I spent the better part of the morning looking this stuff up. Last, I came upon a blog and thought, ‘whoa.’ ‘Wolfsbane, Aconie and A Christian,’ on hummingbird-lamplighter.blogspot.com. I recommend this article on Baal worship for church leaders and attendants. The author spoke about the poison being fed to Christians by shepherds Jesus called vipers (poison…?) and wolves. These leaders denied (and still do) the Deity of Christ, they mingle religions, they misquote sripture, add in weird rituals and promote abortion. Even Paul made reference to this in Romans 3:13-16. This poison brings about abortion of babies and poisons the Word of God. You in a fellowship? Have you made absolutely certain he is not a false pastors? Is that pastor reading the Bible and taking everything out of context? Well, just go worship Baal, Molech, Asherah, because these are things being preached today.

There is a modern ‘Asherah star goddess’ who talks about sex magic. Mmm, hmm. ‘Nothing new under the sun.’

What does this mean to YOU? Worship anything? Pro-choice? There are chemical abortions to hide surgical abortions. Up to 92% of abortions in Europe are chemically-induced. Has the wolfbane-harlot-Baal worship concept hit you now? Speed that one forward in prophecy just a bit.

Last, please don’t forget that scientists (not creationists, not religious scientists) have reported that life begins at conception.

So… who do you worship? If you don’t see this as Satanic, I suggest you open your Bible and read.

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The Mountain Goat. Hind’s Feet on High Places

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This post is not mine, but I feel it needs to be shared.

http://kevindustow.com/2018/11/10/lessons-from-the-mountain-goat/#comment-15

This is a great visual for those of us who depend on God’s protection, his provision, his covering. I really enjoyed this post. I hope you do, too.

In Absentia …

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May 1, 2018

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Claire O’Sullivan

Well, not really  ‘oops,’ but mercy, I have been busy. Halted work on Nobody Girl (WIP name that was once Forget Me Not: Non Compos Mentis) to fiddle with the (last?) of the edits on How to Steal a Romance.

Ya’ll remember that one, right?

In the meantime, with the edits, reading, and interviewing … I have posted much to my WordPress site. Ahem. Cough. I have been flying by social media. A post here and there.

I had the pleasure of interviewing Katrina McCain about her non-fiction, ‘Beyond Being Good,’ and I will say she has an acute understanding of the double life we may live as Christians. Check  here: https://cindy212.wordpress.com/2018/04/19/beyond-being-good-by-katrina-mccain-a-five-star-author/

If you understand this conundrum, please read her book and blog.

https://www.katrinamccain.com/blog