posted ago by LightBringerFlex ago by LightBringerFlex +9 / -1

I don't claim to be an expert in this stuff but here's a few things I learned about Moloch over the years of studying the deep state:

  1. It was worshiped by some ancient people from the Bible and many of the Deep State today.

  2. Moloch is accessed when people do adrenochrome and is accompanies by machine elves. They usually offer the human to be part of the deep state cult where they harvest adrenochrome from children in exchange for money, power and Earthly pleasures.

  3. Moloch has such bad energy that being in his presence causes insanity. The only way to break the grip this energy has is to realize that one's own mind is capable of filtering out negativity and clearing out the area of bad energy simply by willing it.

This goat headed demon is the head of the Deep State it seems. It's in some other kind of dimension accessed through adrenochrome and psychedelics combined.

Here's an article I ran into saying the Dems worship Moloch:

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Primate98 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yes, I believe 100% that they are one and the same. "Baal" is typically translated as "Lord" but also has the connotation of ownership, so also something like "Master". Both of those are generic titles, but I've only seen a couple of instances where "Baal" was used in this generic way.

My working thesis is that this entity was so prevalent for such a long period of time no specification was necessary. If you say "the President" today, 99% of the time it's already clear who you're talking about.

LightBringerFlex [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

I have researched Baal much more. It was worshipped by half of ancient israel while the other half worshipped Yahwey. Baal means owner. Baal worshipers believed in land ownership and pushed for it. Baal priests were real estate agents. Baal was like one of Lucifer’s top agents. The Baal worshipers got enslaved by Babylon later on.

Primate98 1 point ago +1 / -0

Are you certain that Baal was only an agent of Lucifer? In the Bible, Baal is often mentioned in conjunction with Nebo. Who was Nebo? More importantly, who was said to be his father?

And indeed, the Baal worshippers went to Bablyon but I'm not so sure they were enslaved. When they were "set free", only 4% came back. And recall it's also when they compiled that wonderful document known as the Babylonian Talmud In any case, who was the tutelary deity of the city of Babylon?

If you have the answers to those questions, another question is: have we mere coincidence on our hands?

LightBringerFlex [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

I know a bit about the origins of the Lucifer rebellion. Lucifer and his inner circle included Satan, Caligastar, Baal, Abaddon, Belzebub and some other famous names like this. I know sometimes people call one of these demons by different names but not sure who Nebo was.

Primate98 1 point ago +1 / -0

I've found that when you're dealing with these ancient names/descriptions, you've always got to allow for two factors. One is that they come from languages that didn't generally have vowels, and the other is that these existed and came down to us across thousands of years of alteration and corruption. This is to say you have to be both alert and flexible to their current presentations.

For example, "bel" is a variation of "baal", as are "ba'al", "bil", "belu", "bilu", etc. If you research the etymology of Belzebub, you'll see that it's generally agreed that it translates as "Lord of the Flies". (Some think it's actually "Lord of the Flyers", which is interesting.) But given all this, you may wish to reconsider whether "Baal" and "Beelzebub" are really two distinct entities.

As for Nebo (as the KJV spells it), we find it vowelized differently here: Nabu. Look closely at the top of the page and you'll see that Wiki previously used the other spelling.