It’s a question that has plagued humankind for centuries: does the ancient, occult god Moloch resemble the infamous Star Wars character Jar Jar Binks?
How did it turn into this?
Well, we may never know for certain, as Moloch is shrouded in mystery and Jar Jar Binks is, well, just a fictional character. But that hasn’t stopped people from speculating!
When did Molech start looking like Jar Jar Binks?
I mean just look at this old bible print. He doesn’t look anything like Jar Jar binks!
He looks like a Winnie the Pooh Character there. But still more accurate to ancient Canaanites and Phoenicians. When did it go from there? Where did you go wrong Molech?
Here is where it all went wrong for Molech
It all started with this film called Cabiria where we see the temple of Moloch and the Child Sacrifices being made to it. Somehow the Bull-headed God came out looking more like a Gungan, his horns being those typical Jar-Jar Binks “crab” looking eyes…
Then this statue of Moloch was placed at the entrance of the Colosseum in Rome in 2019.
People on Reddit got to talking and then once you see it, you can’t UN-see it.
Does Moloch have anything in Common with Jar Jar Binks?
For those unfamiliar with Moloch, he was an ancient Canaanite god associated with child sacrifice (or so they say) and war. Depictions of Moloch often show him as a bronze statue with the body of a man and the head of a bull. So, right off the bat, it’s clear that Moloch doesn’t have much in common with Jar Jar Binks, who is a bipedal, goofy-looking alien.
There is a lot of confusion about these things. So, I’m just going to go on a little bit of a tangent about it, and maybe some folks will get some clarity from it.
Maybe Moloch is like, a figurative metaphor.
In Conclusion on Moloch
So to wrap things up here there isn’t really any evidence anyway that Moloch was a bad dude. Pretty much, he was your standard run-of-the-mill pagan farming God. You can blame it all on the bible, which talked mad Sh*t about him. I mean Christians sacrificed animals but nobody complains about that. If we really wanted to sacrifice babies we could do it to Balor, the God of climate. Maybe some of those aborted fetuses can go to fight climate change.