vatican audience hall

Completed in 1971, the Vatican’s Pope Paul VI Audience Hall has some very revealing architecture features

Notice anything familiar about the curves of the building, the scaly looking roof, and placement of the large oval windows?
Look at these photos then back at the building:

Could it be an accident or coincidence?  A building that costs multi-millions of dollars and took 8 years from being commissioned in 1963 to completion in 1971?
Now take a look from the inside

Here’s a picture from the back looking toward front during construction:
Now take a look at the finished product in color…
Do you see the eyes, scales, and fangs?   Notice where the Pope sits… where the poison comes out of the mouth…
Now let’s look at things from the Pope’s point of view…
Take a look how the Pope sees things from this throne…

What the Pope sees is the serpent devouring the audience…
Now how about the thing behind where the Pope sits?

Let’s get a better view…

The sculptor, Mr. Fazzini, says in a book about the work: ”I had the idea of depicting Christ as if He were rising again from the explosion of this large olive grove, peaceful site of His last prayers. Christ rises from this crater torn open by a nuclear bomb; an atrocious explosion, a vortex of violence and energy.”’  ”The Resurrection” is molded in red bronze and yellow brass and measures 66 feet by 23 feet by 10 feet.

The Pope, also known as the “vicar of christ”, conducts rituals week after week in front of this evilly horrific sculpture, with a serpent-looking “idol shepherd” coming out of a man-made bomb crater carrying maimed souls.

Woe to the idol shepherd that leaveth the flock! the sword shall be upon his arm, and upon his right eye: his arm shall be clean dried up, and his right eye shall be utterly darkened. – Zech 11:17

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