Skip to comments.The Culture of Death’s ‘golden idols’: six roasted abortion victims found on black market
Posted on 05/21/2012 7:02:18 PM PDT by Morgana
A British citizen native to Taiwan was arrested in Bangkok Thursday after Thai police discovered in his belongings bodies of six tiny children, apparently all young enough to be victims of abortion, roasted and covered in gold leaf.
The UKs Independent newspaper reports that the children, aged between two and seven months gestation, were roasted as part of a black magic ritual. No word on whether any of the foetuses were still alive when the ritual began.
Chow Hok Kuen, 28, faces a 2,000 baht fine ($64 U.S.) and a year in prison for possessing the bodies.
He said he planned to sell the fetuses to clients who believe they will make them lucky and rich, said Bangkok policeman Colonel Wiwat Kamchamnan.
Nine MSM states, In Thai black magic rituals, also observed among some Chinese communities, preserved fetuses are believed to bring good fortune to the owner and are often kept in shrines within homes or businesses.
The bodies cost an average of about $1,000 each, an amount Chow Hok Kuen hoped to increase sixfold upon resale.
There are a lot of things to say about this, but one terrible symbol seems to persist.
Like their millions of aborted brothers and sisters, these six little ones have been disallowed from laughing, falling in love, or smiling. Instead their faces were stilled, hardened by fire, then caked in metal - forming with their bodies a grotesque, modern golden idol to the endless perversions, qualifications, commercializations, redefinitions, and marginalizations wrought against the child.
There is no telling the blackness to which our redefinitions of truly beautiful things - children, life, sexuality - can descend. And while such redefinition can render something ugly, it can never harm the thing itself. One hopes these bodies so mutilated by evil are placed in loving hands, burying them with all due mourning for their true and untouchable beauty. May they rest in peace.
The Bible tells us that things like this are commonplace before a civilization falls. Ancient Israel was passing their children through the fire to Molech in the end.
Pure human evil.
Hearing stuff like this, and the reality of all of the abortions that have taken place over the decades, confirms to me that the world does indeed deserve God’s judgment.
I can’t help but desiring to beat these people to death with my bare hands!
Their deaths would be no less barbaric if the bodies had been disposed of “properly”, like the good folks at Planned Parenthood do with their victims.
This is true. I have read what Banned Parenthood does to those babies.
If you have gotten it yet, that mankind is finished, maybe this will convince you.
This is where amoral humanism leads...and worse. The society of China is closed by communist totaltarianism so we know only the half of it.
Agree with you DManA - the disposal of some dead tissue is not the big deal to me, it is the killing of a living baby. And this black magic ritual, which they believe will make them lucky and rich, is not much different than the beliefs of many Americans. Having a baby is a “burden”, they won’t have success at work and get the next payraise if they have to stay home for awhile, they won’t be able to finish school to get a good job, etc.
That is the covenant. In exchange for sacrificing a child, Molech promises wealth and power over others. ...Old Testament stuff on display today.
Terribly predictable for a student of the Hebrew Scripture. Cultures spiral downward until finally the children are roasted and eaten.
At that point, God says “Enough”.
“Having a baby is a burden
Our POTUS called it a “mistake” when referring to one of his daughters possibly getting pregnant.
People who call themselves “Christians” and voted for Obama disgust me.
They worship some false little god they keep in a box, and only let him out when is suits their agenda.
Liberalism is a mental disorder, and a Satanic delusion.
My pastor said in a sermon that some people think they are really Christians, but they are not.
The church I am a member of now, and the one I used to attend are both solid, bible believing churches. I know a long-standing member of each one of those churches that really fit that description, but it’s not my place to judge them.
However, I do feel that Christians can judge the actions and attitudes of others as 1st Corinthians 5:11 explains.
“I do feel that Christians can judge the actions and attitudes of others...”
I have stolen a long-forgotten Freeper’s quote about that. “I don’t consider myself a judge, more like a fruit inspector.” (Mt 7:16)
To cause their sons and their daughters to pass through the fire unto Molech: the phrase, “through the fire”, is not in the text; but is well enough supplied from other places, where it is. Some think that their infants were not burnt to death with fire, but only were held over the flame by way of lustration; or were made to pass between two fires, and so were purified and dedicated to the idol. In any case God says: which I did not command them, nor did it come into My mind or heart that they should do this abomination, to cause Judah to sin. Jeremiah 32:35 AMP
Societies that sacrifice their children are at their last stage before they fall apart.