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VATICAN PLACES STATUE OF MOLOCH, ANCIENT GOD OF CHILD SACRIFICE, ON DISPLAY IN ROMAN COLOSSEUM, SITE OF CHRISTIAN MARTYRDOM
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“Statue of Ancient God of Child Sacrifice Put on Display in Rome”By Lifesite News
ROME, November 6, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – A reconstruction of a pagan idol who demanded child sacrifice was stationed at the entrance of Rome’s Colosseum as part of a secular historical exhibition.
The presence of the idol raised particular concern among Catholics, as it was erected nine days before the Amazon Synod and the subsequent scandal over the veneration of the Pachamama idol at the Vatican.
The statue of Moloch, worshipped by both the Canaanites and the Phoenicians, is part of an exhibit dedicated to Ancient Rome’s once-great rival, the city of Carthage. The large-scale exhibition, titled Carthago: The immortal myth, runs until March 29, 2020. Click here to continue reading.
“Vatican Mounts Giant Statue of Demon Moloch at Roman Colosseum Entrance“By European Union Times
Without a doubt, it truly is an abomination that a gigantic statue of Molech is now standing right at the entrance of the Colosseum where so many Christians were brutally slaughtered by the Romans. So look at what the new Italian leftist-globalist government is now up to after they kicked Matteo Salvini from power. Can you believe this!?
Tourists that visit the Colosseum in Rome these days are getting quite a shock.
A gigantic statue of a pagan Canaanite deity known as “Molech” has been erected right at the entrance. In ancient times, those that served Molech would literally sacrifice their children to him, and apparently this involved burning them to death. . . . A source close to the matter told Breaking Israel News that: “There is no way that such a thing could be done without direct permission from the highest levels of the Vatican.