The Hidden Code – Part 2
What is above the Rotunda? To Manitobans, it's "The Golden Boy". He's a symbol of progress, especially in agriculture, which is the backbone of the provincial economy. To insiders, the Golden Boy is nothing less than Hermes Trismegistus, master of alchemy. Alchemy was the "science" of turning one thing into something else. To occultists, Hermes Trismegistus was a mortal who achieved immortality through his knowledge, passed on from the Egyptians. Occultists believe that Hermes Trismegistus "foresaw" the birth of Christ. Maybe they should have read the Bible instead. So if an alchemical master is at the top of the Rotunda, what is below it?
The pool of the Black Star is below the Rotunda. It is nothing less than a Canaanite altar. The first guidebook to the building, written in 1925 by Thomas Leslie, says: "There should be an altar here, and a priest, and the image of a god, and a victim, and a curved knife, and a circle of white-robed worshippers around the outer edge of the Pool, and the victim should be on the altar and the curved knife should flash; the floor is stained; dull red stains are trickling through the black veins of the marble."
Yes, the Pool of the Black Star represents a sacrificial altar to the gods, through which man can achieve immortality.
Everything about this temple is Luciferian. Occultists know that one of Lucifer's properties is the mastery of sound. There are even Biblical references for this in Ezekiel 28:13 and Ephesians 2:2. Perhaps this is why the acoustics of the Pool are perfect. One can stand at the centre of the Pool and be heard all around it perfectly. There is no need for microphones, amplifiers and speakers. As soon as one moves away from the centre of the room, sound gets out of phase and echoes occur.