Deep impact May 8 1998
April 19th is also known as the Feast of Moloch (Ba’al), the owl-headed Canaanite god celebrated in antiquity by the sacrifice of living infants. Undoubtedy it is connected to the effigy of Moloch, which is worshiped at Bohemian Grove festivals every year by the rich and powerful.
Trafalgar Square, London
April 19th 2016 was the date of the raising of the 48-foot tall Ba’al temple archway reproduction in London’s Trafalgar Square coincides with the first day of a very important period known as the 13 Days of Preparation, or the Blood Sacrifice of the Beast. during the UNESCO Heritage Week,
Central Park, New York
And then the reproduction of that arch went up in New York City on September 19 2016. The connection of Ba’al to the city of New York is exemplified by the Charging Bull, a 7,100 pound sculpture standing 11 feet tall and 16 feet long, by Arturo Di Modica. It is currently located in Bowling Green Park, the Financial District of Manhattan, home of Wall Street and the banking powers of this world.
Hereafter the arch went to Dubai where 4,000 world leaders from 130 different countries gathered from Feb. 12th to Feb. 14th for the World Government Summit. Creating a scene that one rabbi claims symbolizes the dangerous fusion of Ishmael and Edom against Israel. Based in the United Arab Emirates, the summit is an international organization for global dialogue where leaders in government, business, and technology discuss how governments operate and how policies are made. The first summit, held in 2013, was attended by former US President Barack Obama, former UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, and other world leaders.