Burning People Alive
Evidence of the ritual burning of people alive as a religious human sacrifice exists in archeological sites, ancient scripture and practice for thousands of years. Yet, while this barbaric and awful practice is ancient, it appears the act of burning people alive was not evident in any neolithic culture, nor early Bronze age culture until the the city of Ugarit around 1627-1620 BCE --corresponding to the period of earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and climate change due to the explosion of Thera (Santorini) around 1627 BCE.
The ritual and theology of burning people alive should therefore be considered Phoenician and Ugarit in origin and a particular theology that continued with Phoenician/Samaritan/Sadducee Priest-Kings from the time of Ba'albek, through to Carthage, then Tyre, Jerusalem and Scythopolis in the worship of Ba'al Moloch.
In fact, all periods and events of mass human sacrifice by burning appear to be directly linked to this satanic theology developed by the Phoenicians, including the single largest event of mass human sacrifice by fire during World War II in Poland and Russia where over 18 million innocent Jews, Protestants and Orthodox Christians were burnt alive in human sacrifice camps shaped in the form a giant 300-mile wide Pentagram of evil.
The key words associated with human sacrifice by burning
Three of the most important religious words associated with the doctrine of human sacrifice by burning are: Holocaust, Tophet and Immolate.
The word Holocaust is oldest theologically correct term still used in relation to the official doctrine of satanists in the burning of people alive. The word "Holocaust" is at least as old as the 3rd Century BCE and comes from the ancient Greek word holokauston, meaning "a completely (holos) burnt (kaustos) sacrificial offering", or "a burnt sacrifice offered to God".
The term has always meant the specific ritual of murdering innocent human beings as animals by burning as defined by the ancient Phoenician/Samaritan/Sadducee/Punic religion to Moloch and his name variances. Because these priest-king family bloodlines have traditionally considered all other human beings as "sheep and cattle", the word Holocaust is frequently and deliberately misrepresented as "only applying to animals".
The word Holocaust fell out of general use for almost 1,400 years until it was famously resurrected by Pope Pius XII, the Vatican and the Roman Cult as the official and legal description of mass human sacrifice by burning of over 18 million innocent people in Russia and Poland. To ensure the word is continued to be used, the Vatican and Jesuits ensured that laws were introduced to make "Holocaust Denial" a crime--in other words, to deny that the 18 million innocents of World War II were not burnt alive as a sacrifice (to Moloch) is a criminal offence. In recent years, the Vatican has funded the Holocaust Denial movement to ensure the word remains one of the most controversial and evil labels still in use.
The Hebrew word Tophet is also an ancient and important religious word used by the Sarmatian (Jewish) Priests to describe the actual location of their sacred ceremonies where they burnt "heretics" and innocents. The word means "burning place" exclusively in reference to human sacrifice.
The controversy surrounding this word is twofold--firstly, the word is no older than the 9th Century BCE and secondly most frequent reference is to be found in the heavily revised "Holy Bible" and "Jewish Talmud" scriptures.
The word appears to have been particularly important to the Sarmatian Jewish priests until the destruction of their homeland in the 6th Century by Emperor Justinian and the outlawing (by death) of the religion of Sarmatianism.
The Latin word Immolate (Immolatus/Immolare) is a word created by AntiPope Innocent III (1198-1216) in his creation of the official doctrine of Satanism to religiously murder hundreds of thousands of "heretics" according to the revised liturgy of the Sarmatian (Jewish) practice of human sacrifice. The word means "to sacrifice, kill as a victim by fire" and is the most specific-purpose designed words to describe this kind of evil sacrifice.
While the exact etymology of the word is not clear, it almost certainly comes from the simple combination of IN+MOLOCH ("to Moloch"). Since the creation of this religious word of power, it remains the official "legal" term used to describe all people who are killed by fire--therefore "offered up to Moloch" by simple use of the term.
The hebrew word Shoah which means "annihilation, cataclysm, natural catastrophe" is neither an official religious word associated with human sacrifice by burning, nor an old association. The word Shoah was first used in 1948 in rejection of the language used by Pope Pius XII and the Vatican to describe their mass murder of 18 million people by fire as a The Holocaust.
Since most educated Jewish scholars understand the religious significance of the world "Holocaust", the word Shoah was selected in opposition to the unrelenting evil behaviour of the Roman Cult and Vatican. Unfortunately, the word is rarely understood and not widely used in replacement to the word "Holocaust".
The principle god to which people were sacrificed by burning is and has always been Ba'al also known in the instance as Ba'al Moloch- one of the oldest fertility gods of the Middle East whose most important shrine remains Baalbek.
However, the practice of burning, particular small infants appears to be unique in its origins to the Phoenician exiles (also known as the Amorites) from Phoenicia, who settled in hundreds of locations across the world including North Africa, Italy, Spain and as far away as Britain.
The ceremony of Beltaine, originally comes from Baal- a unique and distinct Phoenician ceremony introduced into certain celtic culture and not native to the celts.
The most common and continued Catholic honor to Moloch is through the legal definition of "Immolate" to describe all victims of fire literally as "To Moloch".
The worship of demons and power, good fortune
While it may appear odd to consider different forms of human sacrifice having a higher power, or more base motive, the burning of people and children alive to Moloch is and has always been about perpetuating power and good fortune through the influence of demons.
It appears this Satanic liturgy has never been about the higher motives of favourable seasons, harvest and life attributed to the worship of the Mother Goddess, or even the worship of Osiris reborn.
Instead, a section of the Phoenicians adopted a very pragmatic and shallow cosmology of the world- that the world is largely dominated by demonic forces which can only be overcome by effectively "doing deals" with such demons- hence the cruel and unspeakable act of burning people.
Such acts were to call upon the demons to aid in battle, to defeat an enemy, to help gain more wealth and more power. Therefore, the sacrifices during World War II were principally about maintaining real temporal power than the summonsing of any great evil entity.
The importance of continued worship to Moloch and the Roman Cult today
The continued adherence to the doctrine of Hell being a place of eternal damnation and burning by fire remains the official doctrine of the Roman Cult inflicted on all Catholics--in honor of the worship of Moloch.
The most recent confirmation that this doctrine is still viewed seriously by the Vatican was in 2008 when Pope Benedict XVI re-affirmed that Hell is a place of eternal fire and damnation, indicating that the worship of Moloch in Satanist liturgy remains of paramount importance to the Vatican.