Abomination of Desolation Defined- Chapter Reference Isaiah -Picture

whatznu               “The Abomination of Desolation”

This is in reference to The Abomination of Desolation. The history of it. And an account that relates to the Chaldeans and the Babylonians with association to the children sacrificed in Israel. (The Altar) and cannibalism.
Chapter 37-Isaiah Concerning king Hezekiah and the relationship at the time, that; Israel had with the Assyrians.
Also Chapter 36-Isaiah
And Chapter 38 Isaiah….
As far as I am concerned with respect to the Abomination of Desolation:
It starts out with the children who were married to the Assyrians that were given in marriage by the Israelis. The strength escaped them to have the infants birth; and prayers were made for the remnant. (Cross reference the remnant). And look up the incident in the concordance. I don’t have one..
Then go back to Isaiah. #36–37–38.
First of all: What is the Abomination of Desolation?
 I believe that it is an altar that was originally erected by the Chaldeans after God blessed them. I think the reference is in Habakkuk. They took the blessing and then turned against him and instead of doing God’s will they build an altar to make sacrifice to Satan on the altar. Possibly their own children; and ate them. And sacrificed others too. Like about ten times as many people than at Machu Picchu.

God made their land a desolation and cursed them to live in hell.

The Assyrians learned of some of the ways of the Chaldeans. They too built an altar in the same manner and made sacrifices on it in honor and worship of evil spirits and Satan. They rose in power with the help of Satan and employing evil knowledge.

Other nations were envious of them. That is when the Israelis took up with them (the Assyrians) during  the time of king Hezekiah. And they, along with the Babylonians, sacrificed their children and cooked them on the altar and then ate their flesh. The altar that this was done on became the Abomination of Desolation.

In the last days it will be seen in the holy places ., like the sanctuary of God. And in churches.

The altar itself can bring curses and evil spirits that can affect people in negative ways. Possessions, insanity, compulsion.

Idols will probably be erected, and worshipped, as a disrespect to God: in front of the altar. People will sacrifice their children on it. Many will become insane and have compulsions to do wicked and evil things.

The altar looks like a set of different shaped objects, like rectangles, triangles, squares, arranged in a particular order. There will be models of different sizes of it. No matter the size it is still a curse and can harm you if you get too close to it. If you suspect people of trying to erect it do not get close to it. If you think you know where one is stay away from the people who go to it.

Let priests or religious people like preachers deal with it.