|Together, as the
Mystical Body of Christ, in
with the Saints in
Heaven, let us work to free the
Purgatory, and at the
same time, to free this world from the clutches of the
who smirks at each baby
that is aborted, and winds his
chain around those who provide abortion,
and those who do nothing to stop it.
We read in the Book of Leviticus how the
Lord tells Moses about the serious crime of offering children to Molech, referring to the
Canaanite custom of sacrificing children to the god Molech. The little victims were first
slain and then cremated. (Leviticus 20:1-5 and 18,21).
In the Americas, five centuries ago, cruel human sacrificing
rituals were performed in the Aztec empire. Between 20,000 and 50,000 were sacrificed a
year. The rituals included cannibalism of the victims limbs. Most of them were captives or
slaves, and besides men they included women and children. The early Mexican historian
Ixtlilxochitl estimated that one out of every five children in Mexico were sacrificed.
The climax of these ritual killings came in 1487 for the dedication of the new and richly
decorated with serpents temple of Huitzilopochtli, in Tenochtitlan (now Mexico City), when
in a single ceremony that lasted four days and four nights, with the constant beating of
giant drums made of snakeskin, the Aztec ruler and demon worshiper Tlacaellel presided the
sacrifice of more than 80,000 men.
Our Lady of Guadalupe crushed this serpent in 1531.
Today, the ancient Serpent is certainly achieving big hits in
its attack upon human life. Millions of unborn children are killed every year around the
globe, in procedures that in some countries are not only legal but also officially
supported and financed. In many cases the procedures follow the same rules as the
sacrifices to the ancient god Molech: the slain and then cremation of the little children.
The Woman clothed with the sun, in the image of Our Lady of
Guadalupe, Protectress of the Unborn, will crush this serpent again.