On June 1st Switzerland revealed the world’s longest and deepest railroad tunnel with a profoundly occultic, satanic ceremony.
At the Gotthard Train Tunnel’s northern portal in Erstfeld, Switzerland, hundreds of dignitaries which include Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, Switzerland’s President Johann Schneider-Ammann, Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel and France’s President Francois Hollande joined in the Illuminati-esq ceremony.
The Gotthard ritual was divided into 2 separate activities, one for elite dignitaries inside the tunnel and the other outside in Erstfeld for the thousands of public participants. Both were laced with graphic demonic symbolism, and broadcast LIVE across the globe through RT, BBC and other major European outlets.
The indoor ceremony followed a equivalent, yet scaled down version, of the outdoor Erstfeld ritual, and was coordinated by German director Volker Hesse.
The ritual, referred to by BBC as a “lavish performance” was traditionally intended to symbolize various facets of Swiss culture. It included 600 dancers, acrobats and stunning actors and cost €8 million ($8.9m). The performance started with a cohort of miners dressed in orange jump suits, marching like zombies toward the tunnels entry (depicted on a video screen). The miners were then seemingly sacrificed to the tunnel and came forth as veiled spirits (represented by dancers in underwear with white wedding veils), and an actor dressed as a goat sprung out and commenced ritualistically consuming and mating with the veiled dancers. During this segment a headshot of the actor dressed as a goat was exhibited on the video screen with a black and red backdrop and an absorbing fire lofting around his face, while three Egyptian scarabs floated in front of the screen. The next scene changed to pagan druid ceremony, with the actors now draped in black subdued clothing and adorning nests, plants and trees on their heads. As the goat man laid on the floor an upside down tree was exhibited on the video screen and the actors chanted a song in a mix of Ancient Germanic and Italian. The ceremony concludes with the goat man being resurrected and worshipped as he is introduced to technology, industry and modern society – with many of the actors clothed as cross dressers, drifters and harlots.
The beginning part, with the miners being sacrificed to the tunnel, is particularly creepy , because nine workers -four Germans, three Italians, and one each came from South Africa and Austria – perished in accidents while the tunnel was under construction. Swiss media noted that their deaths are commemorated by a plaque near the northern end of the tunnel.
Based on the Swiss rail service, it also took 43,800 hours of non-stop labor by 125 workers rotating in three shifts to lay the tunnel’s slab track. The rough layout for a rail tunnel under the Gotthard Pass was initially sketched by Swiss engineer Carl Eduard Gruner in 1947.
But bureaucratic delays, issues over the cost and other hurdles pushed back the launch of construction until 1999. The work took 17 years at a cost of more than 12 billion Swiss francs ($16.78 billion). Reported by the Swiss federal railway service the number of daily rail passengers is predicted to expand from the current rate of 9,000 people to 15,000 by 2020, 5,475,000 yearly. About 260 freight trains and 65 passenger trains will pass through the tunnel each day, amounting to 94,900 freight trains 23,725 passenger trains yearly.
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