One of the things this site has proven throughout the years is that the occult elite loves opening ceremonies. Indeed, these long-winded and highly symbolic affairs have become nothing less than mega-rituals that celebrate the devious plans and dark beliefs of the elite.
The plans are “devious” because they brazenly go against the well-being of the masses. They revolve around using fear, control, and relentless propaganda to coerce people into accepting a global culture that leads the way toward a global government.
The beliefs are “dark” because they involve the evilest and most depraved practices known to man. They’re about dark rituals, blood sacrifices, and, most disgustingly, preying on the innocence of children. In short, they’re all about satanism – in the truest sense of the word.
Amazingly enough, all of this madness is incorporated into ceremonies that are watched by millions. And most viewers do not even realize it.
In 2012, I published an article about the opening and closing ceremonies of the London Olympics which contained a mind-boggling amount of symbolism. And things got very dark.
In 2016, the opening ceremony of the Gotthard Base Tunnel in Switzerland (the world’s largest tunnel) was another mind-boggling affair that was needlessly dark and ritualistic.
Nearly exactly 10 years after the 2012 London Olympics, the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth games took place in Birmingham, England. And, again, it was a highly ritualistic affair that was contaminated with the obsessions of the occult elite. Here’s a look at what happened.
The opening ceremony of the Commonwealth games began rather … normally. Some vintage cars owned by local residents were driven into the stadium to form the shape of the Union Jack – a tribute to Birmingham’s role in automotive history. This portion of the show culminated with Prince Charles driving his own Aston Martin into the stadium.
Then, things got dark.
Then, it arrived.
What does this thing represent? First, Birmingham has a long history with bulls. The city is home to the Bull Ring market where, since the Middle Ages, bulls were once held before slaughter.
However, Birmingham 2022 provides more interpretation to this bull scene:
Faced with this explanation, a few questions immediately come to mind. First: What do the working conditions of people in the 19th century have to do with a sporting event?
The second question would be: In this context, what does the bull actually represent? The industrial revolution? The oppression of men (even though their working conditions were not better)? That’s not quite clear.
However, as one watches the entire ceremony, it becomes clear that this bull scene represents much more than a worker strike.
Then, for several awkward minutes, people gather around the bull to literally worship it. There are no other words to describe what is happening.
This is an appropriate time to note that Lucifer means “light bearer”. And these people are literally “bearing light” to honor the bull. This is all pure Luciferian symbolism.
This is highly symbolic and proof that the bull represents more than a worker strike (or whatever). The definition of “to prostrate” is:
stretched out with face on the ground in adoration or submission.
Here’s another image of people prostrating themselves to a bull-like figure. His name: Baal.
People have been fearing, revering, and carrying sacrifices to this bull for thousands of years. It is still happening today.
Several ancient civilizations in the Middle East worshipped a deity named Baal (which means “master” or “lord”). Often represented as a bull, Baal was said to be the son of the chief god El. And, the least one can say is that the Baal worship was … involved.
Baal worship was rooted in sensuality and involved ritualistic prostitution in the temples. At times, appeasing Baal required human sacrifice, usually the firstborn of the one making the sacrifice. The priests of Baal appealed to their god in rites of wild abandon which included loud, ecstatic cries and self-inflicted injury.
– Julian Kennedy, Baal Worship
When monotheistic religions spread across the Mediterranean, Baal became nothing less than the face of evil. For instance, Numbers 25:1-3 in the Old Testament states:
While Israel was staying in Shittim, the men began to indulge in sexual immorality with Moabite women, who invited them to the sacrifices to their gods. The people ate and bowed down before these gods. So Israel joined in worshiping the Baal of Peor. And the Lord’s anger burned against them.
In the New Testament, Jesus calls Satan Beelzebub (Baʿal Zebub), forever associating Baal with Satan and the “prince of demons”.
The story of Baal worship is long, complex, and related to other figures such as Moloch. With that being said, one thing about Baal is clear: He is identified as an enemy of God in the holy books of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
And it is exactly for this reason that the occult elite still reveres Baal to this day. He represents the ancient gods of the past who were appeased using child sacrifices and sacred prostitution. Things the elite still practice today.
The opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games was panned by some critics for being too “woke”. They stated that the presence of an LGBT flag was completely out of place in a sporting event while the ceremony’s obsessive promotion of multiculturalism reeked of globalist propaganda.
Indeed, the opening ceremony heavily promoted globalist dogma which revolves around negating local culture and history to promote a homogenous global culture.
But there’s a deeper, spiritual dimension to these political aims. A core belief of the occult elite is about them becoming gods. It is the ultimate goal of all occult secret societies. Therefore, the Baal figure in this ceremony represents also the elite itself which (in its mind) ascended to godhood.
Women pulled the bull into the stadium using chains the same way people have been carrying the elite through submission and slavery. The bull trampled around the stadium causing fear and panic the same way the elite deliberately causes chaos and confusion to advance its plans. People prostrated themselves to the bull the same way the masses submit to the elite in fear of being trampled by it.
And now this bull, a representative of Baal and the elite that identifies with him, is permanently on display in Birmingham.