North Korea’s “Day of the Sun”: What it Really Means

Sun worship.  It’s been around since the second generation after the Great Flood when it showed up in Babylon under King Nimrod and his wife, Queen Semiramus, and it’s still going strong today, especially in North Korea.

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The day before Easter, the isolated, Communist country celebrated the birthday of North Korea’s  founder, Kim Il-sung.  The Day of the Sun is the most important national holiday celebrated in the country and was named as such in 1997, three years after his death.  The official story is that the celebration’s name derives from Kim Il-sung’s name, which means “become the sun” in Korean.  While this may be true, there is more to it.

To commemorate the holiday, residents visit locations associated with the leader’s life, such as one of his many statues around the country or where he was born in Pyongyang.  Festivities take place in the capital, as we saw on Saturday, but this year the focus was an unveiling of military might by the country’s current leader, Kim Jong-un .

What makes North Korea so dangerous besides their weapons and military is this idea that its leaders are gods.  Again, this is nothing new as Nimrod was worshipped as a sun god and his wife as a moon goddess.  This is the beginning of the occult and other false religions that put the sun and moon at the center.  Even Islam’s infancy was founded in the worship of the moon and sun, expect they switched the genders, before morphing into a monotheistic religion that is the exact opposite of Christianity.  Since the scattering, this satanic worship of the sun and moon continues throughout the world, particularly when it comes to the occult.

In a world such as we see in North Korea with its veneration of human leaders and an absence of God and Jesus, it is not surprising to see the sun at the center of worship. In essence, Kim Il-sung and the sun are one in the same, leaving the North Koreans to continue to worship one false messiah after the other since North Korea’s creation.






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