Androgynous goddess Ashtoreth: The “Patron Saint” of the PRIDE LGBTQIA Movement
Ashtoreth, also known as Ishtar, Aphrodite, and Venus, is an ancient “androgynous goddess” with a complex history and association with transgenderism. She was originally from Mesopotamia and took on different names and roles in different cultures.
As the goddess of love and war, she significantly influenced Babylonia and Assyria. In Canaan, she became the consort of Baal and a moon goddess.
Asherah or Ashtoreth in the Bible, the wife of Baal
In Canaanite mythology, Ashtoreth is described as the wife of the god Baal, the supreme goddess derived from the Babylonians. She is associated with the sexual revolution and societal upheaval. [A. H. Sayce]
Temple of Baal in New York City and London
In 2023, a reproduction using a 3D printer of the Temple of Baal entrance was displayed at New York Times Square and London Trafalgar Square. It was a tribute to the 2,000-year-old original structure destroyed by ISIS last year in Palmyra, Syria.
Both cities are known for their extravagant PRIDE March celebration and “progressive laws” that have criminalized conservative Christians who refused their gender narrative.
Celebration of sexual debauchery
Ashtoreth became the consort of Baal and a moon goddess. The Israelites condemned immoral rites associated with her pagan worship that included “sacred prostitution” and a celebration of sexually immoral practices, often in a public manner.
A “transgender goddess”
Ashtoreth was initially androgynous but became a solely female deity. An androgynous god is either male or female, both or none, and could change their gender, as well as the gender of others, at will.
Sexual and gender revolution in the USA
In the USA, there is a notable sexual and gender revolution underway. The concept of gender has expanded beyond traditional binary categories, with at least 87 recognized genders.
The gender revolution is celebrated during the “demonic PRIDE month” festivities. Although it was originally intended as a gay parade, former gay activist Brandon Straka said, “Gay Pride has been taken over by trans and pans.”
“Love is love”
LGBTQIA’s cry of “love is love” is the same principle in the worship of Ashtoreth. Her worship involved rituals and celebrations to bring prosperity, abundance, and blessings, including romantic love and relationships.