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The Occult: Religions of the World

Let me set the scene for you. The children of Israel have been wandering in the desert for 40 years (Numbers 14:29 – 33) because they tempted God 10 times (Numbers 14:22). Anyone who was older than 19 would not see the land flowing with milk and honey because of their murmurings against God.

One of the many sins, that the children of Israel were guilty of, was the worship of false gods; idolatry (Exodus 32). They had, in fact, been practicing a form of Egyptian witchcraft or, Egyptian magic. They had made a golden calf (Figure 1)
Figure 1 The Golden Calf
and proclaimed it to be their god when Moses delayed coming down from Mount Sinai; he had been up there for 40 days and most of them thought he was dead.

The golden calf was, in fact, the animal totem for Moloch (Figure 2)
Figure 2 Moloch
. Moloch is usually depicted as a bull, or a bull-headed god with two outstretched arms (sometimes over a fire pit), with wings and two horns (Figure 3)
Figure 3 Moloch

After the children of Israel had gone through their wandering of the desert for 40 years, they were going to be allowed to enter into the land that was flowing with milk and honey. This would be the ancient land of Canaan. Before they went into this land, God gave them very strict orders. The part we need to look at is found in Deuteronomy 18:9 – 12 and reads as thus:

When thou art come into the land which the LORD they God giveth thee, thou shalt not learn to do after the abominations of those nations.

There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch,

Or a charmer, or a consulter with familiar spirits, or a wizard, or a necromancer.

For all that do these things are an abomination unto the LORD: and because of these abominations the LORD they God doth drive them out from before the.”

Nine things were listed which God would not tolerate and was going to have the children of Israel remove them from the land. Those nine things were:

  1. Making your son or daughter pass through fire

  2. Divination

  3. An observation of times

  4. An enchanter

  5. A witch

  6. A charmer

  7. A consulter with familiar spirits

  8. A wizard and

  9. A necromancer

The ancient nations which resided in Canaan were going to be destroyed because of those nine, occult practices. Very quickly, we shall briefly take a look of each of those abhorrent practices so you can better understand, in context, how all these things relate to the Illuminati playing cards.

  1. Making your son or daughter pass through the fire.

There was an ancient occult ritual in which parents would make their children walk into a fire pit that was directly underneath a statue of Moloch. If the child would not willing walk into the pit, the parent would throw the child in. This was done so that the parent would receive a financial blessing from Moloch. And it was from this horrendous, occult practice that we now have the symbol for the “Italian Horn” (Figure 4)
Figure 4
. Many times Moloch would be made with one horn coming out from the center of his forehead with a spiral. The spiraling horn is actually a representation of the spiraling Tower of Babylon (Figure 5)
Figure 5
where Nimrod became the first king. The headdress, or crown, that Nimrod had worn had one horn coming out from the center of it because of his hunting skill. Scripture tells us that Nimrod was a mighty hunter (Genesis 10:8 – 9). And because he was noted as being such a great hunter, when he became deified by his mother Semiramis, statues, drawings or carvings of Nimrod were done after the fashion of a bull. Once the occult belief of Babylon entered into Egypt, the same bull-like creature became part of its occult culture. And because Nimrod had a one horned headdress, often the Egyptian bull would also have one horn because it derived itself from the so-called god; Nimrod. To this very day, many Italians who wear this symbol will tell you that they’re wearing it to receive financial blessings.

The reason the statue of Moloch would have its hand outstretched was so that they could be over the flames of the fire pit and would be glowing red hot as a result. For the same reason of receiving a financial blessing from Moloch, parents would lay their infant babies onto those hands and watch that poor child suffer a cruel and agonizing death. All for the sake of money!

In the middle of the Nevada desert, the worshipping of the sacred bull is coming back (Figure 6)
Figure 6 The Golden Calf of Nimrod
. Since the summer solstice of 1986, there is a yearly event known as “The Burning Man” where people, many of different occult beliefs and persuasions, gather in the Nevada desert and, at the end of the gathering, burn an effigy (Figure 7)
Figure 7
that use to be known as “The Wicker Man” (Figure 8)
Figure 8
when the Celtic tribal nation, under the Druids, ruled over Ireland, Scotland and parts of England from 900 B.C. – 900 A.D. Last year, in 2011, saw more than 50,000 participants (Figure 9)
Figure 9
at this gathering and it was called “The Rite of Passage”. Now, why would the organizers of this event used such an old term from the occult world; “The Rite of Passage”? For more information on this ritual and other such occult practices and holidays, please refer to DVD in my series called: “America’s Occult Holidays” (Figure 10)
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Figure 1 The Golden Calf

Figure 2 Moloch

Figure 3 Moloch

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Figure 6 The Golden Calf of Nimrod

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Figure 30 Army Chaplains Handbook on Religious Requirements

Figure 31 Religious Requirements and Practices of Certain Selected Groups

Figure 32 American Council of Witches (1)

Figure 33 American Council of Witches (2)

Figure 34 American Council of Witches (3)

Figure 35 American Council of Witches (4)

Figure 36 American Council of Witches (5)

Figure 37 American Council of Witches (6)

Figure 38 Church of Satan (1)

Figure 39 Church of Satan (2)

Figure 40 Church of Satan (3)

Figure 41 Church of Satan (4)

Figure 42 Church of Satan (5)

Figure 43 Church of Satan (6)

Figure 44 Gardnerian Wicca (1)

Figure 45 Gardnerian Wicca (2)

Figure 46 Gardnerian Wicca (3)

Figure 47 Gardnerian Wicca (4)

Figure 48 Gardnerian Wicca (5)

Figure 49 Gardnerian Wicca (6)