Moloch, Hillary Clinton and Carthage
The city of Rome was hosting an exhibit to its once great ancient rival Carthage.
The exhibit is called Carthago: The Immortal Myth.
As part of the exhibit, the statue of Moloch who was worshipped as a god by the Canaanites, the Phoenicians and the Carthaginians was placed at the entrance to Rome’s Colosseum as part of the exhibition.
During the witching hour, some people reported seeing the ghost of Nero playing his violin while ghostly lions roared around the Colosseum and Hannibal’s ghost sat in the stands ordering giant bags of spectral popcorn and peanuts for his ghostly elephants.
The Moloch statue itself, as noted by the ghost of the great Carthaginian general Hannibal, wasn’t an exact replica of the statue worshipped by the Carthaginians.
Rather it was a replica of the statue of Moloch as it appeared in the 1914 Italian silent film…
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