Demon king Moloch
WICKED DEMON MOLOCH – nOT TO BE RECKONED WITH
The Devil is Moloch (as there are many Devils and Demons) Moloch is not one you should reckon with. He is a trickster by nature and will have you bound flesh and soul, your life wishes maybe granted, but your life will never be good and peaceful. It will be ugly and harsh filled with disaster much worse that you what you started off with before calling upon this harsh Devil of Blackness. There are some spirits that will help you, such as Marbas with little given in return but love and loyalty. Moloch is not one of these kinds of spirits.
Moloch is ruthless and brasin, everyday you live will be in agony and pain emotionally and physically, you will suffer mentally with doubt and heartache. I ponder how many politicians call upon Moloch because he will grant them Senatorship, but the sacrifice is of a child ( I do not recommend this). Just because you can cover up your convictions and crimes, doesn’t mean you won’t pay the price of taking another human being, especially an innocent.
Left Hand Path Magicians are here to deepen the fall, so they are not concerned with repercussions, no matter what, no one gets away with SIN eventually everyone pays. I’ve read someone like Asenath Mason even chooses not to believe the Elites are Satanist, but they are Evil of the worst kind. Remember Moloch is not here because he loves you and is kind, he is here to take your soul and make you suffer. He makes you worse off than before and tricks mortals into being bound. You will Suffer More than you could ever imagine human suffering to be. And nothing is worst than suffering in the mind. Be careful what you desire.
The Black King Moloch
ruthless and brutal – YOU MUST SACRIFICE TO moloch
Moloch, is a name or a term which appears in the Hebrew Bible several times, primarily in the book of Leviticus. The Bible strongly condemns practices which are associated with Moloch, practices which appear to have included child sacrifice.
Traditionally, Moloch has been understood as referring to a Canaanite god, which correlates to the line of Cain, Abel’s brother.
However, since 1935, scholars have debated whether or not the term refers to a type of sacrifice on the basis of a similar term, also spelled mlk, which means “sacrifice” in the Punic language. This second position has grown increasingly popular, but it remains contested. Among proponents of this second position, controversy continues as to whether the sacrifices were offered to Yahweh or another deity, and whether they were a native Israelite religious custom or a Phoenician import. No good will come from him.
Since the medieval period, Moloch has often been portrayed as a bull-headed idol with outstretched hands over a fire; this depiction takes the brief mentions of Moloch in the Bible and combines them with various sources, including ancient accounts of Carthaginian child sacrifice and the legend of the Minotaur.
‘Moloch’ has been figuratively used in reference to a person or a thing which demands or requires a very costly sacrifice. I don’t recommend this! Murder is the ultimate sin.