Arch of Ba’al Is New World Order’s Model for “Temple of Darkness” in Jerusalem, Believes Rabbi

“Thus he said: ‘The fourth beast shall be a fourth kingdom upon earth, which shall be diverse from all the kingdoms, and shall devour the whole earth, and shall tread it down, and break it in pieces.’” Daniel 7:23 (The Israel Bible™)

A replica of an ancient Roman triumphal arch reappeared in Italy last week, accompanying yet another summit of world leaders while attracting over two million visitors since its presentation three weeks ago. One rabbi, an expert in the New World Order, believes that the arch is the first step towards building a ‘Temple of Darkness’ in Jerusalem.

The arch is a reproduction of a Roman victory arch built in Palmyra, Syria in the second century CE for a temple where pagans prayed to the Mesopotamian god, Bel, also known as Ba’al, in a form of idol worship that figures prominently in the Bible. The original arch was destroyed by the Islamic State in 2015, but last year, the Institute for Digital Archaeology used proprietary 3-D printing technology to reproduce the arch out of marble.

Unlike other pieces of its kind displayed in museums, the reincarnation of the Arch of Palmyra has been appearing in the most peculiar places while attracting more attention than the original arch in Syria. During its month long visit scheduled to accompany the G7 Summit of world leaders, millions of tourists came to Arona, Sicily to view the replica.

The Triumphal Arch of Palmyra reproduction in Arona, Italy. (Screenshot)

Rabbi Daniel Asore, a member of the nascent Sanhedrin, described what he believes is the significant role this replica of the Arch of Palmyra will play in the New World Order.

“This arch is the first step in that process, awakening an interest in people to paganism and as a focal point for world leaders to gather around,” the rabbi said. Intense public interest has indeed followed the arch on its globe-hopping journey, as two million Italians can attest.

World leaders seem especially drawn to the arch. In fact, it was assembled as the centerpiece for the World Government Summit, an international meeting of global leaders in Dubai last February. The Dubai Future Foundation (DFF) has joined in the project with Oxford University’s Institute of Digital Archaeology (IDA) and Harvard University.

In February, the arch was assembled again as the centerpiece for the World Government Summit in Dubai, an international meeting of global leaders to discuss policy. “Dubai is working towards establishing a world government, as seen by their hosting the summit” the rabbi claimed. “But the nature of their intentions is obvious just from looking at the city. Unlike any other city in the world, all the buildings in Dubai are triangular, patterned after the pyramids in Egypt.”

Dubai Skyline (Photo by Imre Solt via Wikimedia Commons)

“Their ultimate goal is to usurp the Bible and create the Third Temple in Jerusalem, but for the worship of darkness, and not the worship of light,” the rabbi explained. “The New World Order worships science and technology, so it is fitting they should use this 3-D printing to create their Temple.”

He also pointed to the UN efforts to erase the connection between Israel and the Temple Mount.

“[The New World Order is] using the UN, an aspect of the world government effort, to clear the way for their Temple of Darkness,” Rabbi Asore said. “Part of that is to create a conflict out of thin air, to set the Arabs against the Jews, so that we will cancel each other out, leaving anarchy and destruction behind.”

The French Ministry of Defense has underwritten over $1 million towards the proprietary 3-D technology used to create the replica. The ministry released a statement explaining that the technology “can be used by troops on the ground and scholars via their laptops anywhere to assess the condition of monuments and sites at risk”.

The model in Dubai for the World Government Summit. (Screenshot)

Rabbi Asore suspected more sinister motives behind the French investment, giving a rather startling speculation on its origins.

“After the Templars, the first Masons, left Jerusalem in the Medieval period, they fled to France. It may be that some influence remains in the power structure in France, via the New World Order and the Masons,” he suggested.

The first appearance of the arch was in April last year at London’s Trafalgar Square for United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Week. The unveiling coincided with the most important pagan holiday of the year, Beltane, ushering is a 13-day period known in the occult as “the Blood Sacrifice to the Beast”, which was traditionally celebrated with child sacrifice and bisexual orgies.