Housed in Switzerland, underneath the Alps, now lies the Gotthard Base Tunnel. The opening ritual publicly displayed the ulterior motive for the tunnel as a gate to hell.
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The barbaric ritual that took place to open the longest rail tunnel in the world, The Gotthard Rail tunnel, showcased the gates of hell, satanic connections, ritual magic, and so much more.
“Famed for their trains, organisers roped in more than 600 dancers, acrobats and dramatic actors and even composed the new route’s very own theme tune as they pulled out all the stops for Wednesday’s inauguration at the tunnel’s northern portal in Erstfeld.”
The ritual ceremony marking the opening of the new tunnel took place in Erstfeld Switzerland according to the DailyMail. This location has a very dark and old history, which dates back to the Iron Age. All of which is important for understanding what actually took place during this ritual.
- The new £8.5bn Gotthard Base Tunnel was launched today with spectacular opening ceremony featuring 600 people
- Orchestrated by German director Volker Hesse, performance included several bizarre outfits and re-enactments
- Winged baby with an oversized head and dance troupe in their underwear moved to the sound of Alpine horns
- The tunnel through the Swiss Alps was first conceived in sketch-form in 1947 but construction began 17 years ago
- Journey time between Zurich and Milan will be cut by an hour thanks to trains hurtling along at up to 155mph
The longest tunnel in the world is not the sole purpose of the rail tunnel. Housed in the Alps are also the dens of many demons. The ceremony should be considered a pagan ritual because the bright-red eyes, green cheeks, oddly crooked noses, rows of white teeth, the dancing, chanting, and blasphemy; all resemble similar dances to that mentioned in the “Alpendämonen” photography book.
The entire ceremony was of Celtic pagan origin, due to the historical connections regarding this area.
The last group of natural sacred places are those which are most probably connected to the Sky (even though a connection to the Earth is also possible). Into this category fall sites like the Pass Lueg, Austria, on which a Celtic Helmet (one of the most famous ones as it is the one depicted on the Gauloise cigarette packs) was found, or maybe also the hoard of Erstfeld, Switzerland, which is at the foot of the Great St. Gotthard pass over the alps. These places could have, like Greek Mount Olympus, been connected to the skies (due to their relativly high altitude), something which could equally be true of such remnants like the “Vierbergewallfahrt” (four mountain pilgrimage) in Carithia, Austria, or the Croagh Patrick tour. – Celtic
The real question is, what lies beneath this tunnel? Many demons and creatures of old are thought to still reside in the Alps, which is why the rituals are still practiced there. The rituals date back to the pre-Christian era when those that resided in the Alps fell into the deception of pagan and Celtic beliefs.
During the Fourth century BCE, Erstfeld was located along a common route for trading and ritual practice. The discovery of the Erstfeld hoard, which contained this gold neck ring, places the time of burial of the hoard roughly around the Iron Age, which again points to Celtic origins.
Celtic rituals, are the foundation of Illuminati rituals and are celebrated during the solstices and equinoxes. This points to the conclusion that these rituals are based mainly on astronomy. Again, it is no coincidence that Saturn is in opposition, meaning that during this time, June 2nd, it is high tide for rituals.
However, the question is, what is underneath the Alps? More specifically Erstfeld. The ritual portrayed during the “opening ceremony” undoubtedly points to Celtic origin, which means the answer to what they are worshiping during this ritual will lie in Celtic mythology.
The Celts believed that the Earth housed doors to the inner earth, called the Cruachan;
Celtic mythology there is a legend of a cave called “Cruachan,” also known as “Ireland’s gate to Hell,” a legendary and ancient cave from which according to legend strange creatures would emerge in ancient times and be seen on the surface of the earth. There are also stories of medieval knights and saints who went on pilgrimages to a cave located in Station Island, County Donegal in Ireland, where they made journeys inside the earth into a place of purgatory. There is an Irish myth which says tunnels in County Down, Northern Ireland lead to the land of the subterranean Tuatha de Danaan, a group of people who are believed to have introduced Druidism to Ireland, and then went back underground. HER
The cave, Cruachan is not the only Celtic reference to the hollow earth there are many others well through out history, most notably is Hitler and his fascination with the Celtic mythology.
All of these strange occurrences throughout the past point to the possibility that the tunnel itself is not only just a tunnel to travel through the mountain but potentially under it as well.
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