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Cremation of Care
by . ignis

Tuesday, August 01, 2006
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Israel's great king Solomon built a temple in Topheth in honor of Moloch, an Ammonite god who demanded the sacrifice of children who were burnt alive, while the priests beat the drums to suppress the screaming of the victims. This ritual is called the 'passing through the fire' This fact is mentioned in the bible in 1Kings 11,7 (http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?book_id=11&chapter=11&version=31). Today's world leaders still worship the god Solomon honored. Each year they gather in the Bohemian Grove camp ground in Mote Rio, California, USA to participate in the occult rituals in honor of Moloch, who is also called Melech or Molech. Each year they are present at a ritual human sacrifice, called the 'Cremation of Care'. If you care to know what this ritual is about and who was there, please take a peek at:

http://gospelgrace.com/bohemiangrove/bohemiangrove.html



  Bohemians watch while care burns
On an altar lit by a hooded high priest
Reciting occult prayers as he churns
The hungry flames to incite their feast

Three times care begged for his life
Three times the priest declined his plea
There was no way care would survive
It was destined to encounter infinity

And just before he would meet demise
The priest drains from careís spine base
A few drops that canít be made otherwise
But by one who gazes death in the face

And as Moloch receives the sacrifice
From the ones chosen by evil itself
In front of a thousand Bohemianís eyes
Careís soul is drawn into the 7 th shelf

After the ritual reached its conclusion
The Bohemians attending are sent away
To play and suppress their confusion
Of being accomplice to an insane slay

When the meeting has come to an end
The Bohemians return to their offices
All over the world from where they send
Harsh rulings to accomplish their promises
To Moloch, their harrowing man-eating god
For whom Solomon built a temple in Topheth
Enraging the Most High, the One True God
By worshipping the Canaanite god of death

 

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Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 12/31/2006
This write is interesting!
I have heard much of false Gods
This expands my mind!
hmmm...
Warmest Blessings!
WArm HuGs,Sheee
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 8/4/2006
I've never heard of anything like this in California or anywhere else in the West. I'd be highly suspect of anything that came from a relgious website. They tend to promote their own 'devil' and 'hate' mantra, and it is always the other guy that is the villian. These websites proliferate by the thousands. If you create a devil, you will have followers.

The poem is good.
Reviewed by Aberjhani 8/2/2006
CREMATION OF CARE reads as much like compelling social and historical commentary as it does like a parable on the state of human compassion. If Care is the victim, it would seem Apathy is the priest in charge of converting our best inclinations into our worst. A powerful and consciousness-expanding read. Much gratitude,
Aberjhani
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 8/1/2006
I read this in my office this morning. I was upset and got on the phone to a few people I know who are some of these movers and shakers. I am told that the article is quite inflated when comaradarie is an outlet for some with no ill intent.
I don't know how much of this article is fact and how much is, indeed, inflated. Please send me anything you have to substantiate this offering.

Love and peace,
Susan
Reviewed by richard cederberg 8/1/2006
Anyone can be decieved spiritually! Even the great ones fell victim to deception. The Most High God is real, evil is real, and we are all human and capable of anything if we use our free will wrong.

"There is none righteous, no not one!"
"For all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God."

What is it that keeps some on the straight and narrow?

Solomon also did much good before he became jaded and embraced false gods.

Richard Lloyd Cederberg
Reviewed by Judy Meeker 8/1/2006
Rage thank you for this piece of imformation. I never dreamed the wise king would do this. This is too terrible to even think about yet I tend to believe you. I will be sure to check this out.
Thank you for this well needed imformation.
Judy Meeker
Reviewed by Peter Paton 8/1/2006
Rage

Pretty scary stuff..
All praise to the Most High !

Peter
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