Ritual Sexual Human Sacrifice
Ritual sexual human sacrifice is the murder of a person during some kind of ceremonial ritual which involves sexual acts prior, during or after the murder. It is an act absolutely forbidden to be continued according to Daniel 11:31 and the fulfilment of the Prophecies of Lucifer.
When reading any history book on human sacrifice, inevitably the most barbaric groups in terms of brutal ritual are listed as such cultures as the Maya, the Aztecs and Incas, particularly from the accounts of Spanish priests who claimed to have witnessed great bloody ceremonial sacrifices.
Yet this is quite untrue. The most evil, brutal, bizarre and psychologically twisted ancient religious ceremonies involving human sacrifice revolve around the trinity of Syrian and Eastern Mediterranean demon gods.
The principle pantheon of gods were mainly derived from their Syrian Ugarit roots- The most senior God was was Ashtoreth the goddess of fertility, sexuality and war. Her most famous temples were on Cyprus as Aphrodite and in Rome on Vatican Hill as Cybele. Her ceremonial headdress was the Kippa, the cap worn thousands of years before Christianity adopted it for its leadership followed by the Jews and then the Sadducee influenced Muslims.
The second was Dagan, the god of agriculture, plenty (food) and good fortune. The priests of Dagan wore fish dress , the archetype of the Mitre (fish) hats of Christian bishops. The Mitre hat of Dagan was always worn over the Kippa of Ashtoreth/Cybele as it is still done today in the Roman Catholic Church.
Then there was Moloch, Hebrew name for Ba’al and "King" of the land. This god also equated to "Attis" and his ceremonial cap is now variously known as the Phrygian cap and the Cap of Liberty also worn ceremonially over the kippa cap of Cybele.
Attis/Moloch had several ritual sacrifice rituals associated with this demon god including wild sexual orgies in which priests themselves would often cut their bodies and drink the blood/eat the flesh of their victims.
Similarly, Cybele had important sexually explicit orgy like rituals involving cannibalism and human sacrifice apart from obligatory child sacrifice and human burning.
Of all ancient religions, it is the Roman Mithraic temples that became infamous in the incorporation of sex and violent frenzied murder to its absolute maximum, until the complete destruction of the Sacred Mint and Temple to Mithra at the hands of the Nazarenes in 69 CE.