Is idol worship being subtly promoted in the middle of Jerusalem?

Some Israelis believe so. That’s because in the heart of an upscale outdoor shopping mall adjacent to the Old City is a sculpture on proud display featuring a rather disturbing combination of images.


The statue, is entitled the ‘Columbus Panel’, features symbols relating to the journey of Christopher Columbus on the Santa Maria. But many are taking issue with what stands at the base of the structure – the Aztec serpent god Quetzalcoatl. Literally, his name means  ‘serpent of precious feathers’, but in the allegorical sense, it translates to ‘wisest of men.’Associating wisdom to a serpent was what led to the sin of Eve upon eating the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden.Behind the image of the idol is a passage from the Book of Ezekiel in Hebrew, English and Spanish: All the inhabitants of the coastlands Are appalled over you; Their kings are aghast, Their faces contorted. (Ezekiel 27:35)


Rabbi Asor told Israel365 News that the sulpture is definitely related to “the cabal” and represents “Pirates kidnapping the earth to enact the New World Order. The serpent represents the illuminati and the shadow government kidnapping the earth. They are fighting against humanity to take over.”