A terrible story full of mysticism will tell about a landmark event dedicated to a little-known episode from the life sacred for all people, the city of Jerusalem, near which there was a little noticeable ravine which received the name “Ennome” among the locals. This area, since ancient times, was occupied by a large clan of pagans who chose a natural deepening for their own religious rites. Here ungodly rites have been performed for thousands of years. In the depths of the depression, there were ancient, man-made idols dedicated to local gods, where the bloodthirsty "Moloch" was the main, symbolic figure. Bloody human sacrifices were made to this cruel deity, often children, and sweet smoke from smoking smoldering constantly curled. With the advent of the human-loving faith in the sacred God and his holy son, on the throne of the city on the mountain, Judah, the king of Judah, sits down.