The opening ceremony of the 2022 Commonwealth Games contained some bizarre scenes involving people revering a giant bull. Was this ritualistic ceremony actually Baal worship in plain sight? Here’s a look at this symbolic event.
Vigilant Citizen – Aug 7, 2022
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.
The entire ceremony revolved around a goat man who was praised and revered by dirty and confused people who represent the masses (read my full article about this thing here).
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.
Martin comments: Only thing that surprises me is that they weren’t openly sacrificing children to the giant bull.