Pediatric Offices and Elementary Schools — the Temples Where American Children Were Sacrificed to Molech
The Valley of the Son of Hinnom — a deep narrow valley south of Jerusalem that Israel used as a garbage dump. Parents there sacrificed their children as burnt offering to Molech (2 Kings 23:10). Jeremiah prophesied Yahweh’s judgement against those who practiced this abominable practice. According to the “International Standard Bible Encyclopedia” under Molech: “The place where it was practiced from the days of Ahaz and Manasseh was the Valley of Hinnom where Topheth stood, a huge altar-pyre for the burning of the sacrificial victims…The victims offered to the divinity were not burnt alive, but were killed as sacrifices, and then presented as burnt offerings.”
- A footnote to Jeremiah 32:35
One day the story will be told that the American empire, as it crumbled, was taken by a very powerful religious cult of the cow.
Leading figures in the empire descended into child sacrifice.
The details of it all will fade with the passage of the time, but some details will likely remain.
“If you love them, you will sacrifice them to the cow.”
“If you love humanity, you will sacrifice them to the cow.”
“Your sacrifice helps my child, and my sacrifice helps your child.”
“Through child sacrifice to the cow we can conquer nature, we can prevent nature, we can free children from some of the most evil illnesses, but only through sacrifice.”
“Child sacrifice to the cow is the safest and most effective way to protect yourself, your family, and your community.”
A group of parents who worshiped as part of the cult of the cow gathered in praise. Specially built temples existed. The ceremony would begin. An officiant would enter the room.
Parents would often hold their still rebellious children down as the child screamed in terror, not yet indoctrinated into the joy that such evil can bring.
The method of sacrifice was by forcible insertion into the body of a child, through a long piece of metal, a toxic slurry called “juice of the cow” consisting of a potion of metals ascribed to have mystical properties, parts of dead babies, and the parts of other dead creatures. It was a death-filled injection into a life-filled body.
The juice of the cow, according to legend, was once from a cow, but eventually came to have different recipes, depending on the subset of the cult that the mixture came from and depending on the mythical properties said to be ascribed to it. Some recipes of the juice of the cow did not even contain bovine ingredients. All recipes of the juice of the cow that remain known to us today, contained the three items listed above: metals ascribed to have mystical properties, parts of dead babies once sacrificed to Molech, and parts of other dead creatures. That the dead babies were also once sacrificed to Molech had symbolic importance to the ceremony.
The insertion of the long metal device into the buttocks of the child or the child’s extremities would be divined by the officiant. “Today we will put it in your behind,” or “Today we will put it in your left arm,” the officiant would announce to parent, child, and co-officiant. The officiant was ascribed mystical abilities by a board of officiants to administer the juice of the cow.
Parents brought their children for “well child visits,” the purpose of which was to inject their children with the juice of the cow. To call this injection of the toxic juice of the cow “wellness” was a requisite part of participation in the cult of the cow. Some parents gave their children the juice of the cow many times in one year. This made some children infirm. To allow
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