The Palmyra Arch from the entrance to the Temple of Ba’al goes up in NY at City Hall
9/22/16 – Well, it’s here. It went up on September 19th in a “small park directly outside of New York’s city hall in the heart of the financial district.” That doesn’t concern me at all.
The Guardian wrote:
The arch historically served as the entrance to the 2,000 Temple of Ba’al, 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.
I have to wonder if the location directly outside city all and in the “heart” of the financial district is significant.
The arch was in Trafalgar Square in London this past April, and will go on to Dubai after a one week stint in NYC.
Are Christians overreacting? Here is a post with a video from SkyWatch TV on that subject featuring a great interview with screenwriter and author Brian Godowa on Ba’al and how he still influences the world today.
Watch the video here: Triumphal arch in London: Honoring ancient ruins or Ba’al worship?
There are an awful lot of things converging right now so all I can say is pray, people; pray.