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It’s no big surprise then that since Queen Jezebel worshiped the Canaanite version of an originally Babylonian goddess of sex, the Jezebel spirit subsequently continued on afterward to lead its victims into various acts of sexual immorality. […] It’s easy for Jezebel/Babylon to seduce people into going astray, because the bait they set their traps with are the delicious and enjoyable pleasures of the world, the pleasures of the flesh.

Cast Down Jezebel: The Series

Part 1

Part 2


In my last post, which you can read here, I briefly introduced the false pagan gods that Jezebel worshiped; mainly two: Baal and Astoreth/Astarte. Now it’s time to discuss them more in-depth, because in many ways Jezebel’s agenda reflects their agenda. Like I said before, you can tell a lot about a person from what they worship.

These gods are mainly associated with the Old Testament Queen Jezebel, about whom much more Scripture was written. But the New Testament Jezebel was also idolatrous (of course), because within Revelation 2:20 (CEB) Christ says when addressing the church at Thyatira: “[…] You allow her to teach and to mislead my servants into committing sexual immorality and eating food sacrificed to idols.” The specific gods of these idols aren’t mentioned, and Thyatira is in modern-day western Turkey, a bit far perhaps from ancient Sidonia (modern-day Lebanon) where the Old Testament Jezebel was from. Therefore, we can’t be 100% sure if the New Testament Jezebel was worshiping Baal and Astoreth/Astarte, but we do know she worshiped pagan idols, and that’s all we need to know to understand that she was sinning gravely.

So let’s start with Baal.

Baal — The False Prophet God of Divination

The word “Ba’al” itself was an honorific that meant “Lord,” but it was used to refer to various gods and deities of the ancient Canaanites. When the word is used in the Bible, it can be referring to various gods; it kind of depends which book of the Bible we’re talking about.

But the Baal that the Old Testament Jezebel worshiped (which may have possibly been Melqart, as I mentioned in the last post, due to its connection as the deity of the Sidonian royal family) was the Baal of prophetic divination that had been tempting Israel into idolatry ever since its first appearance in Exodus 32:8.

Baal was the primary male deity of the Canaanites (who include the Sidonians). Baal was indeed represented with the image of a bull, because the animal represented strength. Baal was also a storm god (weather god) who was very important to the Canaanites because they relied on rain for their agriculture. He is said by some accounts to be the son of another Canaanite god called Dagon, a god which was also associated with agriculture (specifically grain) despite its “merman” or fish-like appearance.

At the start of Exodus 32, the impatient Israelites, not having faith in God and not knowing what had happened to Moses, demanded a new god to lead them. Aaron melted all their gold and they made a golden calf: Baal. Then they began worshiping Baal his way, which was a raucous and sinful party—probably an orgy, since Baal is the husband of the promiscuous Astoreth (I will talk about her worship rituals below, and since these gods are so closely linked it’s probable that their worship rituals were very similar). Since then Baal has been a sort of antagonist in the Bible, attempting to infiltrate Israel and spread its own idolatrous worship.

We also know that Baal is a prophetic god of divination, which can be gleaned from 1 Kings 18 (although which Bible version you’re reading is important here), a famous scene. This is the famous showdown between the Prophet Elijah and the prophets of Baal (and Astoreth too). This happens in 1 Kings 18:20-46, but I will only describe part of this event.

Queen Jezebel had slaughtered the LORD’s prophets in 1 Kings 18, as I said in Part 2, and in their place, she had 450 prophets of Baal and 400 prophets of Asherah (Astoreth) living in the royal palace, feasting every night. Elijah, following the LORD’s guidance, called for a showdown. He appeared before King Ahab and told Ahab to gather all of Israel together at Mount Carmel—especially the 450 prophets of Baal. At Mount Carmel, Elijah set up a test to trap the pagans and defeat them.

He called for two sacrificial bulls to be laid out: One for Elijah, and one for the 450 prophets. Each side would pray (the pagans would go first), and whichever god burned up the sacrificial bull would be proven real. The pagans went first, praying to Baal all morning and getting no response. We also learn they cut themselves with swords and knives during this, apparently a part of Baal’s ritual worship; their own blood flowed all over themselves. Elijah even mocked the prophets in verse 27 for the lack of response from Baal, saying (depending on your translation) “maybe he’s sleeping?” and similar taunts. Then in verse 29 (KJV), we learn that the 450 prophets prophesied until evening came (again with no response).

(28) And they cried aloud, and cut themselves after their manner with knives and lancets, till the blood gushed out upon them. (29) And it came to pass, when midday was past, and they prophesied until the time of the offering of the evening sacrifice, that there was neither voice, nor any to answer, nor any that regarded.

1 Kings 18:28-29 (KJV)

So Baal was a god with a prophetic spirit of divination, and Queen Jezebel must have used these prophets for that purpose too (besides for Baal worship) as she had these 450 prophets living at the palace. But when it came time for these pagans to prove their god was real, they called out and prayed to him over and over again, even performing Baal’s customary self-mutilation, but they never received any response.

Just like the day of the showdown at Mount Carmel, Baal will never answer any of his followers in their hour of need (in the modern era they’re likely unknowing followers, worshiping him under a different name). His prophecies are lies and his promises false—following them leads you to your doom. The LORD is the one true God; any other god is false and powerless, as 1 Kings 18 illustrates.

The story of 1 Kings 18 continues beyond verse 29 to describe how Elijah ended the day in victory. When it was his turn, Elijah made a trench around the altar with the sacrificial bull dedicated to the LORD. He had the people throw water on the sacrifice three times; even the trench was filled with water. When it was time for the evening sacrifice, Elijah prayed to God, saying “Answer me, LORD! Answer me so that this people will know that you, LORD, are the real God […]” (1 Kings 18:37, CEB).

The LORD sent fire down from heaven, completely consuming the sacrificial bull and even evaporating the water filling the trench. The people were convinced by this display—they were once again shown that the LORD is real, and Baal is a false god. Elijah ordered the people to seize the prophets, and all 450 were executed.

To sum it up, Baal’s role in the Bible seems to be that of the main idol of the Israelites—the literal golden calf from Exodus 32:8. Those who grew weak in faith became easy to mislead, and when tempted by showy displays, impressive-sounding prophecies, and enjoyable but sinful and immoral worship rituals, they turned their back on the LORD to worship the golden calf in its various forms, believing it could do more for them. But the first commandment exists for a reason—the LORD is the one true God. Turning away from the LORD leads nowhere but doom.

Specifically, we must not practice divination and so on, which is expressly forbidden in Deuteronomy 18:10. We would all like to know the future, but we must have faith and leave it all up to God. Trying to divine God’s plans shows a lack of faith in Him on our part and amounts to us asserting our will and our plans too much rather than submitting to His. When it comes to prophecies, yes, God does reveal prophecies to people through His Holy Spirit in various ways. But we must test every spirit (1 John 4:1) against Scripture, because many demonic spirits are out there giving false prophecies in order to mislead true believers. I discussed this in greater detail in my latest End Times post here.

So don’t believe everything you hear, especially if it’s something you desperately want to hear. It may very well be Baal trying to mislead you into idolatry and other sins. Now let me end Baal’s section with Deuteronomy 18:9-12, which contains the prohibition of divination.

(9) Once you enter the land that the LORD your God is giving you, don’t try to imitate the detestable things those nations do. (10) There must not be anyone among you who passes his son or daughter through fire; who practices divination, is a sign reader, fortune-teller, sorcerer, (11) or spell caster; who converses with ghosts or spirits or communicates with the dead. (12) All who do these things are detestable to the LORD! It is on account of these detestable practices that the LORD your God is driving these nations out before you.

Deuteronomy 18:9-12 (CEB)

Now let’s discuss Baal’s wife, the goddess Astoreth/Astarte.

Astoreth/Astarte — Goddess of Sex & War

First, let’s start by picking one name to refer to this ancient Babylonian goddess: Astarte. The reason she has so many names is that this goddess and the worship of her spread so far and wide throughout the history of the ancient world; her name and appearance changed depending on the culture in question. The original version of Astarte was the Babylonian Ishtar, who in turn was another version of an even more ancient Mesopotamian goddess, Inanna.

However, there are a few things that remain consistent across all cultures and all versions of this goddess. First, she’s a goddess of sex and war. In fact, she was usually depicted naked in most representations of her. She may have other attributes too, depending on the version (for example, Inanna was also the goddess of justice and political power). Second, she always has the honorific name “Queen of Heaven.” When this name comes up, you know which goddess it’s referring to.

Just like Baal, the goddess Astarte shows up multiple times in the history of the Jewish people recorded in the Bible, and they often show up together since they’re a married couple, male/female counterpart deities. A quote from an article on “Jewish Women’s Archive” lists the condemnations of Astarte worship in the Hebrew Bible:

In the Hebrew Bible the worship of Astarte is repeatedly condemned: twice in Judges the Israelites are punished for straying after the god Baal and “the Astartes” (Judg 2:13–14; 10:6–7); the people are similarly castigated for Astarte worship twice in 1 Samuel (7:3–4; 12:10); Solomon is thrice criticized for introducing the cult of Astarte into Jerusalem during his tenure as king (1 Kgs 11:5, 33; 2 Kgs 23:13); Jeremiah castigates the people for making offerings to the queen of heaven, a goddess who most probably represents a syncretism of Canaanite Astarte and Mesopotamian Ishtar (Jer 7:18; 44:17–19, 28). Nevertheless, the very fact of these multiple condemnations is evidence that, for at least some ancient Israelites, the cult of Astarte held great appeal.

https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/article/astarte-bible

Note that Jeremiah 7:18 specifically uses the title “queen of heaven” to refer to this goddess as it describes how the people made little cakes with her image on it and poured out drink offerings for her and other gods.

Sidon and Tyre, the region Queen Jezebel was from, were major centers for Astarte worship. She was the primary goddess of the Canaanites.

OK, now that we know her background, it’s important that we examine the ritual worship practices of this goddess of sex and war.

Sinful Sexual Worship Rites

As you can imagine, sex was rather important to the goddess of sex (she was also the goddess of fertility in some cultures). Many pagan cultures around the world had sex rites, ritual sex practices. The ritual worship practices in Astarte’s honor were no less sinful, even involving prostitution. These rituals were grounded in sinful lust, perverting the very intention of sex, which should be a pure and beautiful act since it was created by God.

Let’s hear from a couple authors about Astarte’s ritual worship and sexual proclivities. First up is Jonas Clark, from his book Jezebel, Seducing Goddess of War:

The worship given Ashtoreth (Astarte) was often accompanied with human sacrifice, the burning of incense, violent and ecstatic exercises, ceremonial acts of bowing and kissing, sexual rites, and preparing of sacred mystic cakes […] homosexuality, lesbianism and cult prostitution were commonplace in the sexual rites associated with Ashtoreth (Astarte) ceremonial worship.

Jonas Clark: Jezebel, Seducing Goddess of War, Pages 84-85

Next, we have another claim of Astarte’s sex worship rites involving ritual prostitution from Jennifer LeClaire, in her book The Spiritual Warrior’s Guide to Defeating Jezebel:

Ashtoreth (Astarte), the Queen of Heaven, is the female counterpart to Baal. […] According to the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, prostitution was practiced in the name of Ashtoreth (Astarte). This spirit delivered oracles to prophetesses in its temples.

Jennifer LeClaire: The Spiritual Warrior’s Guide to Defeating Jezebel, Page 75

But remember I said that Astarte was the Canaanite version of a Babylonian goddess, Ishtar? When discussing Babylon, LeClaire cites another book which I don’t have, titled Meditations in the Revelation by Rex Andrews. This book as she quotes it offers further detail on the sex rites used in the worship of Ishtar.

In Meditations in the Revelation (Zion Faith Homes, 1991), Rex Andrews explains that Babylonian girls were steeped in fertility cult rites and offered the most precious gifts they could devote: their virginity, chastity, and modesty. […] Andrews states:
One of the hallowed fundamentals of the worship of Ishtar obliged every woman who believed in her and worshiped in her Temple to give herself at least once in her life to a strange man. This obligation was universal without respect to age or rank. Every female worshipper had to sit in the sanctuary with veiled face and expose her nakedness to the lustful eyes of strange males. If a man halted in front of a woman and desired to have intercourse with her, he would, as a sign of his desire, place a piece of silver or some article of value in her bosom. The woman was then compelled to surrender to his lust. The priests took this gift as an offering for the goddess Ishtar.
Besides this compulsory whoredom which was carried on by the priests of Ishtar, there were attached to the Temple permanent harlot votaries, or kedeshot (viz: holy, sanctified to Ishtar for harlotry). During the spring festival, when Ishtar descended into Sheol (made into a theatrical) to beg the shades to release Tammuz from the bonds of deathly slumber and send him back to earth to renew its fruitfulness and fertility, the kedeshot participated in the wildest orgies in the Temple in honor of returning newborn Tammuz.

Jennifer LeClaire, quoting Rex Andrews: Meditations in the Revelation

As you can see, Astarte’s (and her predecessor Ishtar’s) worship rituals revolved around fertility and the act of sex itself, not sex in the context of the holy institution of marriage as ordered by God. They involved prostitution and orgies, acts which are obviously sinful and were also simply incompatible with the worship practices clearly outlined in the Hebrew Bible (which contain no sex rites).

It’s no big surprise then that since Queen Jezebel worshiped the Canaanite version of an originally Babylonian goddess of sex, the Jezebel spirit subsequently continued on afterward to lead its victims into various acts of sexual immorality. The homosexuality aspect is an influence of Astarte in particular, and the Jezebel spirit tries to encourage that as well. Any sins it can trap its victims in, it will try.

Since I’ve now brought up Ishtar and Babylon, it’s important to discuss Babylon itself, or rather I should say Mystery Babylon, an evil world spiritual system that still continues to peril Christians to this day.

Mystery Babylon — The Evil in the Background

Babylon. It was an ancient city state situated on the River Euphrates in what is now in the center of modern-day Iraq. It was an empire. It was a culture. It was a system. Its influence continued to be felt long after its decline, and the spiritual system of Babylon, Mystery Babylon, continues to entrap Christians in the sinful pleasures of this world even now.

It’s Mystery Babylon that bears discussion here in this post. The history of the Babylonian Empire is fascinating (and some of it is recorded in the Bible), but it’s a very broad subject and Mystery Babylon is the part connected with the Jezebel spirit. In terms of the history that I’ll be omitting, at least be aware that Babylon was the origin of Ishtar, which became Astarte to the Canaanites; in fact, Babylon was the original source of almost all the pagan gods in the whole region.

Mystery Babylon takes its name from Revelation 17:5, but for a little more context I’ll quote Revelation 17:1-6.

(1) And there came one of the seven angels that had the seven bowls, and spake with me, saying, Come hither, I will show thee the judgment of the great harlot that sitteth upon many waters; (2) with whom the kings of the earth committed fornication, and they that dwell in the earth were made drunken with the wine of her fornication. (3) And he carried me away in the Spirit into a wilderness: and I saw a woman sitting upon a scarlet-colored beast, full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns. (4) And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet, and decked with gold and precious stone and pearls, having in her hand a golden cup full of abominations, even the unclean things of her fornication, (5) and upon her forehead a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF THE HARLOTS AND OF THE ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH. (6) And I saw the woman drunken with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus. And when I saw her, I wondered with a great wonder.

Revelation 17:1-6 (ASV)

This Mystery Babylon, the Mother of Harlots is first described in Isaiah 47, where she’s called The Lady of the Kingdoms in addition to Daughter Babylon. Isaiah 47 describes her as an evil spellcaster and sorceress who sits in luxury and secrecy. She tried to do her evil behind the scenes, as verse 10 (CEB) says: “You felt secure in your evil; you said, “No one sees me.”” But Isaiah 47 foretells Babylon’s destruction and downfall, which happens in both Revelation 14:8 and 18:2.

I recommend you read Isaiah 47 to see the evil of The Lady of the Kingdoms described. Here’s a link to read it on Bible Gateway (CEB version; change it to the version you’d like with the upper-right menu).

Anyway, The Lady of the Kingdoms/Mystery Babylon has been around almost forever, and has always been evil, dealing in spellcasting and harlotry. But let’s look further into Revelation 17:2, where it says of her: “with whom the kings of the earth committed fornication, and they that dwell in the earth were made drunken with the wine of her fornication.”

First there’s the obvious. Mystery Babylon also leads people into sexual immorality (fornication, sex outside the bounds of marriage). But this verse also shows that Mystery Babylon will have worldwide power and influence, because she fornicates with the kings and she made the people of the earth drunk with her fornication. She led the world into sexual immorality. Revelation 14:8 (CEB) says “[…] She made all the nations drink the wine of her lustful passion.”

This is because Mystery Babylon seeks to entrap us in the world, which we are opposed to as Christians. By which I mean the spirit of the world. The pleasures of the flesh, literally anything that pleasures our senses. Since the flesh and the spirit are opposed to each other (Galatians 5:17), indulging the body with the pleasures of the flesh weakens our spirit, and vice-versa. First John chapter 2 explains it like this:

(15) Don’t love the world or the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in them. (16) Everything that is in the world — the craving for whatever the body feels, the craving for whatever the eyes see and the arrogant pride in one’s possessions — is not of the Father but is of the world. (17) And the world and its cravings are passing away, but the person who does the will of God remains forever.

1 John 2:15-17 (CEB)

When we’re focused on the things of the world, we are of the world, and we aren’t focused on the right thing, which is following Christ as we aim towards heaven. We must not be of the world; we need to be detached and keep our sight fixed on the matters of heaven above (Colossians 3:2). I have another article with more detail on this very topic, which you can read here.

Mystery Babylon seeks to seduce us with the pleasures of the flesh, keeping us trapped in the world. And no pleasure keeps us emotionally attached to the world like sexual pleasure. And she inflicted this upon the whole world too, by using her global influence to mislead people into immoral sin. The Christian educational site “Got Questions” explains:

Revelation 17:15 tells us, “Then the angel said to me, ‘The waters you saw, where the prostitute sits, are peoples, multitudes, nations and languages.’” The whore of Babylon will have great worldwide influence over people and nations.

https://www.gotquestions.org/whore-Babylon-mystery.html

Her connection with the kings of the world shows the power she has. And Revelation 18:15 explains that all the merchants of the world mourn at her destruction because they did business with her and “got so rich by her.” Dealings with Mystery Babylon are indeed profitable … if you’re looking for worldly riches, and don’t care about the salvation or damnation of your own soul.

Revelation 18:15 shows that Mystery Babylon has immense economic power as well as political power and connections. She is secretly hidden at the top of all the world’s power structures (remember Isaiah 47:10), skillfully using them to lead all the peoples of the world into sin. And all this occurs by means of her spells and such on a spiritual level. Most people completely ignore or flat-out deny the spiritual (they are too worldly/of the world), so any such activities like spells and whatnot will go completely unnoticed by them. And completely unopposed as well.

Jennifer LeClaire explains that Mystery Babylon is actually the very system of the world, which uses the world’s existing power structures and institutions (political, economic, religious, and so on) to act out its spiritual corruption agenda. Let’s read:

[…] Babylon is more than a seducing spirit: It manifests in the world as a system.
Babylon is the worldwide religious, political, and economic system personified in the book of Revelation as Mystery Babylon. I believe that Jezebel is a principality and Mystery Babylon is the world’s system through which it works. […]
This great harlot seduces the world’s leaders—the religious, political and economic leaders—working like a hidden puppet master pulling the strings. Babylon’s system woos people with its many benefits […]

Jennifer LeClaire: The Spiritual Warrior’s Guide to Defeating Jezebel, Page 63-64

Got Questions says the same: “The whore of Babylon is an evil world system, controlled by the Antichrist, during the last days before Jesus’ return.”

Economic, political, and religious power. Mystery Babylon secretly controls and corrupts it all. And the Jezebel spirit either works together with her or through her to achieve its aims as well. When people are seduced into following the strong pull of their own fleshy desires, it leads to loving the world, where they will then remain, trapped in sins and the pleasures of the flesh. And when Christ returns, they will not be saved. It’s easy for Jezebel/Babylon to seduce people into going astray, because the bait they set their traps with are the delicious and enjoyable pleasures of the world, the pleasures of the flesh.

And sexual immorality is not the end of Mystery Babylon’s agenda. Just like the Jezebel spirit, idolatry is also on the menu too. And that’s because Mystery Babylon is connected with the final deception, the Antichrist.

The Antichrist Connection

Verse 3 of Revelation 17 above says “I saw a woman sitting upon a scarlet-colored beast, full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns.” Got Questions explains the beast connection here: “The beast in Revelation chapter 13 is understood to refer to the Antichrist, the man of lawlessness (2 Thessalonians 2:3-4; Daniel 9:27). So, the whore of Babylon (Mystery Babylon), whoever it is, is closely affiliated with the end-times Antichrist.” (https://www.gotquestions.org/whore-Babylon-mystery.html)

What we know about the Antichrist from various passages in the Scriptures (another topic for another post) tells us that he will deceive many Christians in the final days. In fact, 2 Thessalonians 2:3 says that the Second Coming can’t happen until the Antichrist appears and seduces Christians away from the truth with his deceptions. Mystery Babylon is also at work in conjunction with him, setting people up to fall for his deception by means of her worldly temptations.

To explain that further, let’s look at two passages from 1 and 2 Timothy together:

(1) The Spirit clearly says that in latter times some people will turn away from the faith. They will pay attention to spirits that deceive and to the teaching of demons. (2) They will be controlled by the pretense of lying, and their own consciences will be seared.

1 Timothy 4:1-2 (CEB)

(3) There will come a time when people will not tolerate sound teaching. They will collect teachers who say what they want to hear because they are self-centered. (4) They will turn their back on the truth and turn to myths.

2 Timothy 4:3-4 (CEB)

So in the final days, people will turn away from the truth and flock to ‘what they want to hear.’ But the things they’re seeking out are the doctrines of demons. They are being lied to by their teachers, but willingly believing it. The Antichrist, who will exalt himself above God, will deceive people with messages such as this. But Mystery Babylon is an important part of how and why people are turning from the truth and flocking to what they want to hear. Jennifer LeClaire explains:

I bear witness that we are in this time now. Much of the Church has itching ears for a prosperity gospel or other “feel good” gospels that cater to the desires of our flesh, and therefore dull our spirits to the truth Jesus preached. […] It is not too hard for Jezebel and Babylon to deceive us when we have already deceived ourselves with a gospel that demands no endurance to walk out.

Jennifer LeClaire: The Spiritual Warrior’s Guide to Defeating Jezebel, Page 62

Indeed, that last line especially says it all. Truly following Christ means denying ourselves and our wants. The real gospel doesn’t call for us to seek and enjoy whatever pleasures we like; truly following the gospel is like playing the game of life on hard mode, it makes things more difficult on us for the duration of our life here on earth, to be honest. It’s tough and requires endurance to see it to the end. The prosperity gospel and similar deceptions are doctrines of demons that keep people trapped in the world by enticing them through their desires for the pleasures of the flesh.

This kind of worldly pleasure seeking is the domain of Mystery Babylon, as I explained. It’s no wonder then that she is intimately connected with the beast (the Antichrist); she’s a vital part of the deception of Christians in the final days. Got Questions adds:

The whore of Babylon is an evil world system, controlled by the Antichrist, during the last days before Jesus’ return. The whore of Babylon also has religious connotations – spiritual adultery with the beast being the focus of an ungodly, end-times religious system.

https://www.gotquestions.org/whore-Babylon-mystery.html

Those in religious error and only following the types of preaching that they want to hear are in serious danger. It’s worse than whatever they think; they are trapped in the spiritual system of Mystery Babylon and bound for destruction together with their Antichrist.

It’s certainly no wonder that the Jezebel spirit will work in concert with other spirits and especially that it would use the spiritual system of Mystery Babylon to advance its own agenda. Following the doctrines of demons is also idolatry (it’s like worshiping your prosperity and your own will for your life, rather than submitting to God’s plan), so the Jezebel spirit is perfectly content to lead people into prosperity gospel churches and so on. Not to mention New Age ideas such as the Law of Attraction (that definitely makes an idol of your own will). It has succeeded in its idolatry agenda if it can mislead anyone to follow these teachings, and Mystery Babylon is only too happy to help out.

Coming up Next

I hope you’ve enjoyed this post and found it informative. Hopefully you come away from it knowing more about Jezebel’s gods, knowledge which reinforces what we know about the Jezebel spirit’s agenda. If anything is unclear, please leave a comment!

The next post in the series will be about Jezebel attacks, and what those are like. What are the signs and symptoms of it, what things can happen, and so on. So please stay tuned to the blog for that. Remember to subscribe using the email form below, and please consider supporting my blog using “The Tip Jar” down below.

Until next time, be strong and do good!

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References Cited:

Jennifer LeClaire: The Spiritual Warrior’s Guide to Defeating Jezebel. Chosen Books, 2013.

Jonas Clark: Jezebel, Seducing Goddess of War. Spirit of Life Publishing, 1998.

https://www.gotquestions.org/whore-Babylon-mystery.html

https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/article/astarte-bible


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