‘Why is the Strasbourg Parliament based on Tower of Babel?’

June 19, 2016

 

Tower of Babel Peter Breughel

BIBLICAL MODEL: The founders of the European Union used this picture of the Tower of Babel by renaissance painter Peter Bruegel on some of its posters over the years with the phrase in French “Many tongues, one voice.” David Hathaway was told by a journalist that members of the European Parliament knew what the Tower of Babel was and what it meant.

Strasbourg Parliament

CARBON COPY: Is the Strasbourg Parliament building meant to look like the unfinished Tower of Babel mentioned in the Old Testament? If Scripture is a dead book and of no relevance, why is this based on a biblical design – according to Parliament officials themselves?

 

woman_riding_beast-eu_brussels

WIDELY SYMBOLIC: The Women on the Beast sculpture is outside the front of the building of the Council of Ministers in Europe. It has also appeared on European bank notes and currency, but at national and European level and pieces of art featuring this image can be found on the Berlin Wall and in the parliaments of Brussels and Strasbourg.

 

IS there a spiritual side to the vigorous UK European Referendum debate that has been ignored due to it being a proverbial “elephant in the room”?

If it was the German empires who destroyed the Roman empire in the 5th Century in Europe, physically part of Babylon came to Germany. Is there a restored Roman empire as allegedly given to the prophet Daniel in the Biblical Old Testament? Surely this is a book for a Pixie in the sky and Aesop’s Fables, right?

‘EU uses biblical symbols’

If the EU meant to have a secular state, why would it openly used symbols based on an ancient biblical model which according to the scriptural text, are spiritually dark and end up being destroyed.

In a video called The Rape of Europa, David Hathaway explains the story of how Europe took his name and why there is a sculpture outside the Council of Ministers building in Brussels that has its symbol on coins and bank notes

Why is the building in Strasbourg meant to represent an unfinished building? This building is based on the painting of renaissance painter Peter Bruegel showing the Tower of Babel that shows an unfinished building. The Parliament Building looks like it is unfinished and has an uncanny resemblance to Bruegel’s masterpiece. It cost £8B and was finished in December 2000.

‘Many tongues, one voice’

They advertised based on the Peter Breughel painting of the Tower of Babel in 1563. On the slogan on the poster it says in French “many tongues, one voice” The 12 stars on the European flag are meant to signify the ‘Crown of Mary’, ‘Queen of Heaven’ but in Babylonian culture the title ‘Queen of Heaven’ was given the title of the earthly mother of Nimrod, builder of Babylon.

‘Will EU get destroyed like blueprint?’

Did a previous Roman empire collapse because of its obsession with civil servants and dependence on its laws, structures and bureaucracy?

Was it destroyed by an accumulation of bureaucracy but the physical destruction of this empire came via the Germanic tribes of Europe but this happened in Europe, not Babylon, where all previous world empires crashed including the Greek and Mido-Persian empires?

In the Hathaway video whilst he was filming it, he says he asked a Strasbourg-born journalist if she understood the meaning of the tower. She said she did and she also confirmed that the members of the European Parliament also understood that it represented Babel from the Bible, and that the purpose of the European Union was to finish what Nimrud and the people together had failed to do some 3,500 years ago.

‘Do Parliament chiefs believe in Babel?’

So is the fictitious Bible is actually tacitly being acknowledged if members of the European Parliament are actually admitting that the Strasbourg Parliament is based on the Tower of Babel? In this debate, are we in denial there is a spiritual link when it is tacitly admitted?

Secondly there is a sculpture of “The Woman on the Beast” which is the main feature on the outside of the building of the Council of Europe in Brussels. It represents the Greek myth of the “Rape of Europa”, it is from this myth about the woman that the continent of Europe got its name from.

The ‘Woman On the Beast’ is mentioned twice in the Bible, in Revelation chapters 13 and 17 and the vision of the Beast is shown the vision of Daniel in the Old Testament in Daniel chapter 7.

 

‘Tower of Babel painting in EU Parliament’

The Parliaments of Strasbourg and Brussels also contain paintings of the “Woman on the Beast’. This symbol is openly used by member states of the European Union. This image can be found on Euro currency. There is an image of this symbol as a painting on the Berlin Wall done in 1979, and in 1984 the woman appeared on a British stamp commemorating the second set of European elections and she is on a painting in the airport lounge in Brussels.

The forehead of the name of this sculpture also has a second name “Mystery Babylon”. What was revealed in Revelation was a vision given to the writer of that book, John, but is this prophecy being fulfilled in Europe today? What does the powerful beast with horns represent?

‘Who is the bull with crescent-shaped horns?’

In Greek mythology the woman clung to the Father of the Gods, who had disguised himself as a bull with crescent-shaped horns. The symbol for the Middle-East god Baal as we know him today from archaeology and from scripture. Zeus or Jupiter, as we know him from Greek or Roman culture was – a bull with great, crescent-shaped horns. And the ruling God of ancient Babylon and the Middle East was the Moon God, again depicted as a bull with crescent horns.”

To find out who this is supposed to be, you will have to view the David Hathaway in its entirity, it is here.

 

{ 10 comments… read them below or add one }

SD June 25, 2016 at 11:38 am

This is why I’m voting Leave.

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Steve July 20, 2016 at 10:30 pm

Aren’t we mixing up the European Parliament and the council of Europe? Those are two distinct institutions..

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Gordon J July 24, 2016 at 7:48 pm

Both institutions (if you look at the web-link to the Rape of Europa film) show that ,Steve, have links with the two symbols mentioned in this article. either way they are both saying they are secular yet are admitting they use symbols that brought judgement from God in the Bible, so why would they do that?

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vasanth October 26, 2017 at 5:26 pm

like cern

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Josiah Ramire October 30, 2017 at 6:03 am

Great post!

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Jan November 17, 2018 at 6:56 am

I think that a secular institution should be allowed to acknowledge religion. While I myself am an Atheist, I can still recognize history as part of the culture of my country, Europe, and the world. Don’t think of it as biblical, think of it as historical. Religion plays a major role in every step of the history of this continent. It’s only natural for the EU to try and give some prestige to this very recent foundation by connecting it with history. At the end of the day, its about inspiration for architecture, not about the fundamental values of the institution.

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Laura George November 22, 2019 at 3:12 pm

Poppycock.

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Jeff December 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

I’m planning to visit Strasbourg next week. I’m an Atheist and an avid photographer. My take on this is that art has been influenced so heavily by religion that ignoring that influence now is counterproductive. I find religion (all of them) absurd. That won’t stop me from photographing churches, holiday displays, and the like. Why not? It’s part of the culture. Religion, for better or worse, influenced the world. If I want to capture a sense of the place, and I most certainly do, I have to include religion. As to this particular building, I could see an architect paying homage to Babel in the design. The parallels between the use of the modern structure and the mythical tower are too obvious to ignore. I don’t have to believe the bible to be true to appreciate the story any more than I have to believe that Hogwarts is a real school to enjoy reading Harry Potter.

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dav8d October 6, 2019 at 7:38 pm

Remarkably symbolic ! …. Would love to here comment from a sabbatean frankists , Rosicrucians, adept mason or possible a descendant of Adam Weishaupt…..

In anticipation from a believer that the corner stone of the temple is alive !

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Sophie Black October 26, 2019 at 3:21 am

The seat of Satan in Germany; 2 WWars & UE determined to mix metal and clay and take on HE that they should fear.

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