Dan Popp
The puppet priestess of paganism
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By Dan Popp
April 27, 2015

There are three things that are never satisfied, Four never say, "Enough!": The grave, The barren womb, The earth that is not satisfied with water – And the fire never says, "Enough!" (Proverbs 30:15b, 16, NKJV)

In Hillary Clinton's first speech as a 2016 presidential candidate, she informed us that not enough children are being killed in abortion mills, and that government force should be used to depose Yahweh and enthrone Molech.

Oh, she didn't use those words, but that's effectively what she said to the Women in the World Summit in New York. "Deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed" in order to end the lives of more innocent human beings.

Whose "religious beliefs...have to be changed?" Hers? No, of course not. Your religious beliefs have to be changed. You must bow to her gods. And if she gets her way, she'll have the power of the state to coerce your obedience to them.

The Old Testament makes numerous references to a pagan deity who demanded child sacrifice. It's reported by some (though there is some dispute about this) that the child was burned alive, seared to death in the metal arms of a superheated idol. This god was known as Molech, Moloch and Chemosh, among other names.
    And you shall not let any of your descendants pass through the fire to Molech, nor shall you profane the name of your God: I am the LORD. (Leviticus 18:21)

    You shall not worship the LORD your God in that way; for every abomination to the LORD which He hates they have done to their gods; for they burn even their sons and daughters in the fire to their gods. (Deuteronomy 12:31)

    And they built the high places of Baal which are in the Valley of the Son of Hinnom, to cause their sons and their daughters to pass through the fire to Molech, which I did not command them, nor did it come into My mind that they should do this abomination, to cause Judah to sin. (Jeremiah 32:35)
Molech was originally depicted as a mule.

Hillary's drive to kill babies doesn't come from economic considerations or from some vague quest for "equality." It comes from her religious beliefs. Our beliefs about ultimate reality beget our moral codes, and our moral codes beget our laws. That means that we can trace any political impulse back to its origin, back to its religious foundation. It's not insignificant that Ms. Clinton has used the phrase, "the politics of meaning." Her "meaning" is that her god reigns, and yours doesn't. That's why it's frustrating to progressives that some Christians "cling to their guns or religion," per Barack Obama, and "...live by their interpretation of something that was written down a thousand plus, two thousand years ago," per John Kerry. The war is a religious one. It's a war for our souls.

The postmodern pagans have pretended to worry that Christians want to establish a theocracy in the US. But of course it is they who've already built a theocracy, with Baal the sodomite and Molech the baby killer as two of the main deities that must be reverenced, or else. You can always tell the state religion: it's the one that gets its "offerings" by force.

57 million slaughtered American children is not enough. "More!" cries the insatiable demon. There will never be enough murder, enough robbery, enough ignorance, enough poverty, enough corruption, enough depravity or enough destruction to content the Left.

As our culture becomes less Christian it doesn't become more "secular," it becomes more pagan. We are not entering a new age of atheism. We're witnessing the re-emergence of Molech and Gaia and Baal.

Hillary Clinton is their unwitting puppet.
    For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places. Therefore take up the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. (Ephesians 6:12, 13)
© Dan Popp

 

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