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The Chapel of St George: Heathrow’s Mithraic Temple?

by 5ocietyx

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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.

Heathrow Airport Hexagon

Heathrow Airport Hexagon

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Heathrow Airport Hexagram

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.

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Painting of St George

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Hologram of Christ’s image on the Turin Shroud

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Hologram of Christ’s image on the Turin Shroud

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Chapel of St George, Heathrow Airport

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Subterranean cavern, Heathrow

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Cross standing on a cairn above Chapel of St George, Heathrow

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Dome, Chapel of St George, Heathrow Airport

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Mithraic Temple? Heathrow Airport

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San Clemente Mithraeum

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Ostia Antica Mithraeum

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Spiral stairwell, Chapel of St George, Heathrow Airport

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Sources:
http://www.spacevoice.fsnet.co.uk/hdromrd.htm

Related Links:
http://www.heathrow-airport-guide.co.uk/worship.html

Jimmy Savile and the paedo-monks of Fort Augustus Abbey

by 5ocietyx

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Until recently, it was thought that Sir Jimmy Savile was a living saint and Fort Augustus Abbey was the jewel in the crown of Catholic education in Scotland.

We now know what the Roman Church meant by ‘education’ and what Jimmy meant by fixing it for people. It involved systematic floggings of boys as part of a patient grooming programme that led to the repeated rape of at least 50 boys.

People often wonder why abuse victims fail to come forward and report crimes of this magnitude to our benign authorities.

According to The Independent, when Donald Macleod, an alleged victim of the sadistic paedo-monks of Fort Augustus, reported the abuse he was told by the headmaster to “stop telling lies” or he would go to hell.

Sound familiar?

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Jimmy Savile photographed in the library at Fort Augustus Catholic school

Reading through the reports regarding Fort Augustus it would appear that the boys were already in a living hell made manifest by demons masquerading as ‘men of god’.

It came as no surprise to learn that Arch Paedo-Magickian Jimmy Savile was a regular visitor to the Fort-Abbey complex.

Yet any mention of organised nationwide and global paedophile rings is met with accusations of a witch-hunt.

Well, Jimmy Savile was a witch and the paedo-monks of Fort Augustus Abbey were clearly demonic.

A witch-hunt is not a witch-hunt when it is witches you are hunting.

A documentary, ‘Sins of our fathers’ will be shown at 11.20pm on BB2 tonight (19 August 2013).

Sources:

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/jimmy-savile-regular-visitor-catholic-2111397
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/abuse-at-the-abbey-how-paedophile-monks-were-finally-exposed-8773459.html

Februalia

by 5ocietyx

Frebruus Pope

On 11 February 2013, Benedict XVI announced his resignation, which is set to take effect on 28 February 2013, 8.00 pm making him the first pope to resign since Gregory XII in 1415.

Februalia was a month-long period of sacrifice and atonement, involving offerings to the gods, prayer, and sacrifices. If you were a wealthy Roman who didn’t have to go out and work, you could literally spend the entire month of February in prayer and meditation, atoning for your misdeeds during the other eleven months of the year.

In ancient Roman religion, Februus was the god of purification. He was also worshipped under the same name by the Etruscans, as the Etruscan god of purification, but also the underworld. For the Etruscans, Februus was also the god of riches (money/gold) and death, both connected to the underworld in the same natural manner as with the better-known Roman god Pluto.

These twilight of winter/ threshold of spring purification activities occurred at about the same time as Lupercalia, a Roman festival in honour of Faun and also the wolf who nursed Romulus and Remus, during which expiatory sacrifices and ritual purifications were also performed. Because of this coincidence, the two gods (Faun and Februus) were often considered the same entity.

The ancient Roman orgiastic festival of Lupercalia, was transformed into St. Valentine by Christianity and then into Valentines Day by the English finally to become dominated by commercial American Greeting Card and Confectionery interests in the 19th Century.

The Queen and Prince Philip are scheduled to visit Rome in the first week of March. This may also have influenced the timing of Ratzinger’s resignation.

http://paganwiccan.about.com/od/imbolcfebruary2/p/Februalia.htm
http://plawiuk.blogspot.co.uk/2008/02/valentines-day-hour-of-wolf.html

The Mystery of Mont Saint Michel and Saint Michael’s Mount

by 5ocietyx

St Michael and St Michel mount comparison

St Michael and St Michel mount comparison

Those who read the earlier post ‘The Giant of St Michael’s Mount” and the previous post “The Giant of Mont Saint Michel” may be having a sense of deja-vu at this point because the similarities between these two mounts are more than coincidence will allow.  Andrew Gough’s Arcadia details the mysterious connection  between St Michael’s Mount and St Michael’s Mount in his article ‘Land’s End or Beginning’.

Similarities include:

Giants
Religious visions
Local flags
Churches built on the peak
Ley lines

St. Peter’s Basilica and Vatican Obelisk

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St. Peter's Basilica

The city of Rome harbours the most obelisks in the world. There are eight ancient Egyptian and five ancient Roman obelisks in Rome, together with a number of more modern obelisks; there was also formerly (until 2005) an ancient Ethiopian obelisk in Rome.

For transport down the Nile to Alexandria and from there across the Mediterranean Sea to the capital Rome, special heavy cargo carriers, the Obelisk ships, were used by the Romans. On site, large Roman cranes were employed to erect the monoliths.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vatican_Obelisk#Ancient_Egyptian_obelisks

Saturno Hat

by 5ocietyx

Cappello romano in melousine
A cappello romano (literally Roman hat) or saturno (because its appearance is reminiscent of the ringed planet Saturn) is a hat with a wide, circular brim and a rounded rim worn outdoors in some countries by Catholic clergy, when dressed in a cassock.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cappello_romano

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