The Chapel of St George: Heathrow’s Mithraic Temple?
The Chapel of St George is located almost within the centre of the Heathrow Airport Hexagon which itself is in the centre of the Heathrow Airport Hexagram.
According to spacevoice.fsnet.co.uk this unusual subterranean cavern is located on the ‘Hidden Unity leyline’ otherwise known as the ‘A30 leyline’
“It (the ley) then goes across Staines Moor to reach Heathrow Airport chapel, a strange underground concrete cave marked on the surface by a cairn of stones surmounted by a cross. This chapel seemed to have powerful head-hum. It is, of course, multi-denominational with a multi-faith prayer room.”
When the 5ociety paid it a visit today for data gathering purposes we picked up the atmosphere usually associated with places of worship but recorded no ‘head-hum’, a term dowsers use to describe sensations in the head when present on a ley. This is probably explained by our currently less sensitive apparatus, namely our brains, compared to experienced dowsers.
We did however record the magnetic field strength within the temple and found that it fluctuated between 80-90 uT (microteslas). This compared to a fluctuation of 180-190 uT in the subterranean tunnels of London Underground’s Heathrow loop and a steady 200 uT when above ground.
Ostensibly it is a Ecumenical Christian chapel yet a multi-faith, interdenominational prayer room too, the Chapel of St George is essentially a Mithraic temple as denotes its subterranean cavern-like structure.