Today’s god is Molock
God of: Sun, light, heat and firePeople: PhoeniciansPlace: Middle-eastDepiction: He had the head and horns of a bull, and the body of a man
Moloch was Phoenician deity worshipped in the middle-east during old testament times as a sun god. Infamously, sacrifices of first born children were made to Moloch to renew the strength of the sun fire.
Fun fact: The Moloch idol was a large, hollow brass statue with the head of a bull  and a bulging human-like belly. The belly served as a firebox into  which children were thrown.  Pagan priests used to crash cymbals  together to drown out the screams of the children as they burned alive.

Today’s god is Molock

God of: Sun, light, heat and fire
People: Phoenicians
Place: Middle-east
Depiction: He had the head and horns of a bull, and the body of a man

Moloch was Phoenician deity worshipped in the middle-east during old testament times as a sun god. Infamously, sacrifices of first born children were made to Moloch to renew the strength of the sun fire.

Fun fact: The Moloch idol was a large, hollow brass statue with the head of a bull and a bulging human-like belly. The belly served as a firebox into which children were thrown. Pagan priests used to crash cymbals together to drown out the screams of the children as they burned alive.