Today’s god is Molock
God of: Sun, light, heat and fire
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.