Evil released over South Africa Beginning April 2017!

DEMONIC ANCIENT PORTALS TO BE OPENED? 1,000 Replica Temple of Baal Archways Being Built Globally!
10 Coming to South Africa in 2017! If they are not here already?

In 2015. ISIS have demolished the Temple of Baal in Syria! last Year the ISIS leader was sentenced for 9 years by the UN International Crimes Court for doing this and damaging an UNESCO owned Property! (Not for Beheading 400 plus Christians).

Mysteriously only the Arch Entrance of this Baal Temple survived! The Entrance = Port Hole to the Baal Believe Survived!


This Temple in Syria was one of 1000 National Heritage Sites Owned by UNESCO across the World. A Replica was made with a 3 D Printer and was displayed in England Just before Brexit Happened. There were this Replica Goes a Major Disaster Happens just after Erection and display of this Arch (Port Hole of Demonic Evil) of the Baal Temple!


Last Year this Replica was Displayed in New York City! Article Confirming This Under the section Articles. Currently America is planning a AMexit.


In 2017 this Replica was erected in Italy Rome . What will be their fate!
Erected not far from the CERN Particular Reactor in Switzerland

Currently 1000 of these Replicas in Full Size is manufactured by UNESCO. And will be Placed and erected for Display at Every UNESCO Heritage Site across the World! A Port Hole to the Baal Believe System all over the Earth!


In South Africa 10 UNESCO Heritage Sites.
VredeFort Dome.
Maloti Drakenberg Park
Cape Floral Region.
Robben island.
The Cradle of Humankind.
ISimangaliso wetlands Park.
Ancient Mapungubwe.
Addo Elephant Park


If you look at the position of this places on the SA Map. It forms 3 Triangles. With the 3 Points. South.North, West and East!


Note that for the Past two Countries were this Arch of Baal was erected and displayed. Destruction Happens or started!
Syria. War. Original Baal Temple
England. Brexit happened.
And America’s Destruction Next.
AND now Italy Rome !

But 10 of this Replicas of the Arch of the Baal Temple are coming South Africa’s way. If it is not here yet?

You can also Read Pastor Dirk Flemix Article “The New World Order Revealed” Explaining that UNESCO/CERN fits the Image of the Beast successfully!

The New World Order Revealed?

You Tube Videos Copy and Past to Google to View!

Answering some questions on my article on the 10 Pillars of the Arch of the Temple Baal that are planned to be erected at UNESCO World Heritage Sites in South Africa in 2017.

Why is UNESCO getting involved in the downfall of Judaism and Christianity?

These 3 Entities, The UN United Nations, CERN and UNESCO are based on the Lucis Trust also known as the Lucifer Trust. And Lucifer the Fallen angel name of satan controls this group in bringing down Christianity and Judaism. Lucifer is Gods nr 1 enemy!

Why would UNESCO choose to erect the Pillars of the Arch of the Temple of Baal at World Heritage sites?

All Heritage sites is build on disaster, Bitterness, hate, unforgiveness, pride, heartache, loss, self-preservation, acts of God, Evil spiritual believes, acts of cults and the occult, and more.

All World Heritage sites has some past history of sin and conflict, with spiritual evilness pouring from them, why will CERN and UNESCO not use this locations to unleash a port hole off evil to open the underworld and release fallen angels / demons to our world.


Replica of Syrian arch destroyed by Isis unveiled in New York City

Model of Palmyra’s Arch of Triumph, an 1,800-year-old Roman arch blown up by the extremist group last year, was made using 3D printing technology

A recreation of the Palmyra arch, a Roman arch destroyed by Isis, goes on display at City hall Park in New York

A recreation of Palmyra’s Arch of Triumph was unveiled in New York on Monday, almost a year after Islamic State militants destroyed the original structure.

The 1,800-year-old Roman arch was blown up by the extremist group last October, but a team of archeologists at Oxford University’s Institute for Digital archeology (IDA) set about recreating it, in an act of resistance to Isis’s rampant acts of cultural destruction in Iraq and Syria.

Standing at two-thirds the scale of the original, the arch is made of Egyptian marble and was built using 3D printing technology, based on photographs of the original arch.

Isis captured the city from government forces in May 2015, and progressively damaged its Roman-era ruins, staging mass executions in the ancient amphitheater. In addition to destroying artefacts, the extremist group looted and resold them to fund its activities.

The group also beheaded Palmyra’s renowned antiquities scholar, Khaled al-Asaad, last August, because he apparently refused to reveal where valuable artefacts had been moved for safekeeping.

Pro-Assad forces, who were also accused of looting Palmyra’s artefacts, eventually recaptured the ancient city in March 2016.

The arch historically served as the entrance to the 2,000 Temple of Baal, which was then converted to a Christian church and finally, a mosque.

First put on display in Trafalgar Square in London last April, it will stay at City Hall park for one week, before moving to its next destination, Dubai.

The 11-tonne arch was placed in the small park directly outside of New York’s city hall, in the heart of the financial district. The park is usually occupied by tourists visiting city hall and the nearby World Trade Center memorial and office workers on their lunch breaks. The arch is not roped off, allowing visitors to walk under it and touch it.

A recreation of the Palmyra arch, a Roman arch destroyed by Isis, goes on display at City hall Park in New York
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A recreation of the Palmyra arch, a Roman arch destroyed by Isis, goes on display at City Hall park in New York. Photograph: Raya Jalabi for the Guardian
Palmyra itself, a former trade hub and major tourist site before the war, was located in central Syria, and its surrounding area was largely barren desert. But in New York, the arch is surrounded by ultra-modern skyscrapers and architectural landmarks including One World Trade Center and the Woolworth building.

In a recent statement, Roger Michael, the Executive Director of the IDA, drew parallels between the destruction of Palmyra’s landmarks and the violence that has marred London and New York’s landscape.

“It is our hope that the arch, itself an icon of destruction and rebirth, will remind visitors of both the universality of suffering and the indomitable human capacity to rebuild what has been lost.”

The IDA’s dedication to preservation, means it ultimately intends to return the arch to Palmyra.

At the unveiling, deputy mayor Alicia Glen said, the arch “was a symbol that we will not stand for acts of terrorists, we will not stand to have people murdered and thrown out of their countries.”

Just two days earlier, there was a bombing in the city’s Chelsea neighborhood injuring 29 people. “What could be more appropriate than to have this symbol of freedom in front of City Hall, so close to where we had our own challenges,” Glen added.

Maamoun Abdelkarim, Syria’s director of antiquities, has vowed that the famous monuments destroyed by Isis will be rebuilt from the rubble.

It’s Not Just Times Square—Altars to Baal Will Be Built Around the World
The Temple of Baal (Bernard Gagnon)

The reproductions of the 50-foot arch that stood at the Temple of Baal in Palmyra, Syria, that will be erected in New York City and London next month will only be the first of many. As you will see below, it turns out that there are plans to put arches in hundreds more cities all over the globe. The organization behind this is the Institute of Digital Archaeology, which is a joint venture between Harvard University, the University of Oxford and Dubai’s Museum of the Future. The initial arches from the Temple of Baal that will be erected in New York and London as part of UNESCO’s World Heritage Week in April are intended “as a gesture of defiance”, but ultimately the plan is to share this “cultural treasure” with as many cities around the planet as possible.

If you go to Times Square in New York or Trafalgar Square in London late next month, you will not be able to miss these giant arches. According to the New York Post, they will be 48 feet high and 23 feet wide …
The life-size model of the original 2,000-year-old structure, known as the Arch of the Temple of Bel, will stand approximately 48 feet high and 23 feet wide.

It will be one of two constructed in China for exhibition likely in Times Square and London’s Trafalgar Square as part of a World Heritage Week event in April 2016, said Roger Michel, executive director for the Institute for Digital Archaeology.

I suppose that it is appropriate that these giant arches are going to be made in China, because it seems like almost everyone is being made over there these days.

But these are not the only two giant arches that are going to be made. That same article from the New York Post says that the Institute for Digital Archaeology ultimately hopes to put 1,000 of these arches in cities all over the globe …
The institute plans to construct approximately 1,000 such versions of the arch in cities throughout the world.

If you are anything like me, this is an extremely disturbing development. Baal worship is definitely not something that we should be celebrating as a society. There were very good reasons why the God of the Bible found it so incredibly repulsive. The following description of what went on during Baal worship comes from Scott Brown…

We know that there were usually lots of people gathered, often on a high hill (like a theatre or stadium) to observe public sex, just like we see in movies and television and on the Internet (Num. 22:41, 1 Kings 12:25-33). We think that our watching these things is different than the idolatry of old, but this is not so.

The whole community came out and all of the best pagan ideas for success in crops and fertility were promoted, just like a business seminar that promotes unbiblical ideas that justify the worldliness of its origin.

The wicked personalities (promoters and performers) were respected and given the platform (like rock stars and Hollywood’s “People’.) Some of them were great dancers (like Brittany Spears and Madonna) while others were great musicians (like Mick Jagger and Paul McCartney) (1 Kings 15:12-14). In our day, people who go to our churches celebrate celebrities when they should be doing the opposite. Psalm 101:1, 3 says “I will walk in my house … I will set no wicked thing before my eyes …”

People danced around the Asherah pole, which was nothing more than a phallic symbol. It is quite possible that these poles functioned somewhat like the poles in what are called, “gentlemen’s clubs.” The people also acted out lustful, licentious, bawdy scenes for the enjoyment of all who came (Is. 57:5-8; Deut. 23:17).They had all the different kinds of sexual experiences on display including men with women, men with men and all of the combinations that are popular today in sitcoms, movies and news reports. On top of that, they invited the crowd to participate (1 Kings 14:24).

In addition to everything that you just read, child sacrifice was a central feature of Baal worship. This is what Jeremiah 19:4-6 says …
“Because they have forsaken Me and have profaned this place by making offerings in it to other gods whom neither they, their fathers, nor the kings of Judah have known, and have filled this place with the blood of the innocent, and have built the high places of Baal to burn their sons with fire for burnt offerings to Baal, which I did not command or decree, nor did it come into My mind—therefore, surely the days are coming, says the Lord, when this place shall no more be called Topheth or the Valley of Ben Hinnom, but the Valley of Slaughter.”

We like to think that we are so much more advanced than people back then, but are we really?

Just like ancient Baal worshippers, we are a society that is addicted to watching other people have sex. In fact, it has been estimated that 68 percent of all Christian men watch pornography on a regular basis.

And just like ancient Baal worshippers, we are a society that is engaged in child sacrifice. We call it “abortion”, but the motives are still the same. If an unplanned or unwanted pregnancy comes along, we have a mechanism “for getting rid of it” just like they did.

Since Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973, we have slaughtered more than 58 million of our own children. I would venture to say that the ancient Baal worshippers never got quite that much blood on their own hands.

On one level, I find it quite ironic that a reproduction of part of the Temple of Baal is going up in Times Square. David Wilkerson once preached a message entitled “Tearing Down The Altars Of Baal” at Times Square Church, and now a monument to Baal is actually being erected in Times Square.

In our next video, my wife and I will be covering all of this. When it is published, you will be able to find it on our YouTube channel. And don’t forget to hit the red subscribe button on the right hand side of our YouTube page.
Many people regard America as modern day Babylon, and now we are going to have a monument that directly links us to ancient Babylon right in the heart of our most important city.

More about the Temple of Bel

The Temple of Bel (Arabic: معبد بل‎‎), sometimes also referred to as the “Temple of Baal”, was an ancient temple located in Palmyra, Syria. The temple, consecrated to the Mesopotamian god Bel, worshipped at Palmyra in triad with the lunar god Aglibol and the sun god Yarhibol, formed the center of religious life in Palmyra and was dedicated in 32 AD. Its ruins were considered among the best preserved at Palmyra, until they were further destroyed by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria in August 2015. The arched main entrance into the temple is still intact.


The temple was built on a tell with stratification indicating human occupation that goes back to the third millennium BC. The area was occupied in pre-Roman periods with a former temple that is usually referred to as “the first temple of Bel” and “the Hellenistic temple”. The walls of the temenos and propylaea were constructed in the late first and the first half of the second century AD. The names of three Greeks who worked on the construction of the temple of Bel are known through inscriptions, including a probably Greek architect named Alexandras (Greek: Αλεξάνδρας). However, many Palmyrenes adopted Greco-Roman names and native citizens with the name Alexander are attested in the city.

The Temple of Bel was converted into a Christian church during the Byzantine Era. Parts of the structure were modified by Arabs in 1132 which preserved the structure and converted the Temple into a mosque. It remained in use as a mosque until the 1920s. Most of the Corinthian columns of the inner colonnades still showed pedestals where the statues of the benefactors stood. The temple was aligned along the eastern end of the Great Colonnade at Palmyra.


Columns in the inner court of the temple

Digital reconstruction of the Temple of Bel from the New Palmyra project

The temple showed a remarkable synthesis of ancient Near Eastern and Greco-Roman architecture. The temple remains lay inside a large precinct lined by porticos. It had a rectangular shape and was oriented north-south. It was based on a paved court surrounded by a massive 205-metre (673 ft) long wall with a propylaeum. On a podium in the middle of thecourt was the actual temple building. The cella was entirely surrounded by a prostyle of Corinthian columns, only interrupted on the long side by an entrance gate with large steps leading from the court. The cella was unique in the fact that it had two inner sanctuaries, the north and south adytons, dedicated as the shrines of Bel and other local deities. The northern chamber was known for a bas-relief carving of the seven planets known to the ancients surrounded by the twelve signs of the Zodiac and the carvings of a procession of camels and veiled women.[10] The cella was lit by two pairs of windows cut high in the two long walls. In three corners of the building stairwells could be found that led up to rooftop terraces.

In the court there were the remains of a basin, an altar, a dining hall, and a building withniches. And in the northwest corner lay a ramp along which sacrificial animals were led into the temple area. There were three monumental gateways, of which the entry was through the west gate. These were modified by the Arabs in 1132 when they erected a bastion, and the temple was converted into a mosque, which preserved it from further dilapidation.

Further information: Destruction of cultural heritage by ISIL

Remains of the temple after being blown up by ISIL


Syria’s Director of Antiquities Maamoun Abdul Karim stated that ISIL were looking for treasures and “stores of gold” in the city. On 30 August 2015, the Associated Press reported that the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant had partially demolished the temple by explosives, citing eyewitness accounts. The bricks and columns were reported as lying on the ground and only one wall was reported as remaining, according to a Palmyra resident.The damage was also attested by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.Syria’s antiquities chief Maamoun Abdulkarim later stated that although there was an explosion within the temple’s perimeter,seum of the Future. The initial arches from the Temple of Baal that will be erected in New York and London as part of UNESCO’s World Heritage Week in April are intended “as a gesture of defiance”, but ultimately the plan is to share this “cultural treasure%2g of the Temple of Bel as well as a row of columns in its immediate vicinity” reported by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR). The BBC issued a video report showing the satellite images and the destruction described by Einar Bjorgo, manager of UN Satellite Imaging (UNOSAT UNITAR).

The main entrance arch survived the destruction of the temple. The Institute for Digital Archaeology proposed that replicas of this arch be installed in Trafalgar Square, London and Times Square, New York City. It was later decided that instead of the temple’s main entrance, the replica would be of part of the Monumental Arch.

Following the recapture of Palmyra by the Syrian Army in March 2016, director of antiquities Maamoun Abdelkarim stated that the Temple of Bel, along with the Temple of Baalshamin and the Monumental Arch, will be rebuilt using the surviving remains (anastylosis).

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