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http://londonist.com/2013/02/temple-of-mithras-stays-boxed-as-citys-big-dig-continues.php
Temple Of Mithras Stays Boxed As City’s Big Dig Continues

British archaeology has enjoyed a surge of interest of late, with the recent unearthing of Richard III in a certain Leicester car park. However, one London archaeological site remains in limbo: the Temple of Mithras is still waiting for its new home, as one of the City’s biggest ever digs continues.

The temple, dating from 240AD, has been dismantled and is currently in storage with the Museum of London. It’s awaiting a permanent home in the rebuilt Bucklersbury House on Queen Victoria Street, which is set to be the European headquarters of media giant Bloomberg LP.

Bloomberg was granted planning permission in 2010 to uproot the temple’s remains and incorporate them into its new corporate base.

However, work on the £300m project, designed by Foster + Partners, hasn’t yet begun. The site, occupying a huge city block, is still a big hole in the ground. Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA), which is leading the project to move the temple, says it will be “a matter of years” before it is once again visible to the public.
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The dig has uncovered the original foundations of the Temple of Mithras, which will inform a more accurate reconstruction. “Bloomberg LP will restore the temple to its original Roman location and in a more historically accurate guise,” says MOLA. “Upon completion of Bloomberg’s new development, the new reconstruction of the Temple of Mithras will be housed in a purpose-built and publicly accessible interpretation space within their new building.”

The Temple of Mithras was dedicated to the Mithraic cult, which spread across the Roman Empire between the 1st and 4th centuries AD. The temple was a low, cave-like building and was in use for about 100 years. It was later rebuilt and dedicated to the god Bacchus.

The temple was rediscovered by chance in 1952 by the archaeologist WF Grimes, and caused something of a stir at the time, with crowds of Londoners queuing up to see the dig. On the final day of excavations, in 1954, the team discovered the marble head of a sculpture of Mithras, one of the biggest finds from the site and a key artefact of Roman London.

The temple’s history has been somewhat chequered since then: put into storage for the first time from the mid-50s until 1962, the remains were reconstructed (badly) 90 metres from the original site, nine metres above the original level and set in modern cement mortar. Chipping away that mortar has complicated efforts to rehouse it: Bloomberg had to hire expert stone masons to free the remains, according to the Museum of London.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mithraic_mysteries
The Mithraic Mysteries were a mystery religion practised in the Roman Empire from about the 1st to 4th centuries AD. The name of the Persian god Mithra, adapted into Greek as Mithras, was linked to a new and distinctive imagery. Writers of the Roman Empire period referred to this mystery religion by phrases which can be anglicized as Mysteries of Mithras or Mysteries of the Persians;[1][2] modern historians refer to it as Mithraism,[1] or sometimes Roman Mithraism.[3][4] The mysteries were popular in the Roman military.[5]
 
Worshippers of Mithras had a complex system of seven grades of initiation, with ritual meals. Initiates called themselves syndexioi, those "united by the handshake".[6] They met in underground temples (called mithraea), which survive in large numbers. The cult appears to have had its centre in Rome.[7]
 
Numerous archeological finds, including meeting places, monuments, and artifacts, have contributed to modern knowledge about Mithraism throughout the Roman Empire.[8] The iconic scenes of Mithras show him being born from a rock, slaughtering a bull, and sharing a banquet with the god Sol (the Sun). About 420 sites have yielded materials related to the cult. Among the items found are about 1000 inscriptions, 700 examples of the bull-killing scene (tauroctony), and about 400 other monuments.[9] It has been estimated that there would have been at least 680-690 Mithraea in Rome.[10] No written narratives or theology from the religion survive, with limited information to be derived from the inscriptions, and only brief or passing references in Greek and Latin literature. Interpretation of the physical evidence remains problematic and contested.[11]
 
The Romans themselves regarded the mysteries as having Persian or Zoroastrian sources. Since the early 1970s, however, the dominant scholarship has noted dissimilarities between Persian Mithra-worship and the Roman Mithraic mysteries, and the mysteries of Mithras are now generally seen as a distinct product of the Roman Imperial religious world.[4] In this context, Mithraism has sometimes been viewed as a rival of early Christianity.
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Mithras narrative,[94] a narrative whose main elements were; birth from the rock, striking water from stone with an arrow shot, the killing of the bull, Sol's submission to Mithras, Mithras and Sol feasting on the bull, the ascent of Mithras to heaven in a chariot
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Membership
 
Due to the complete absence of women in membership lists, it is generally believed that the cult was for men only

http://www.religionfacts.com/greco-roman/sects/mithraism.htm
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The lack of good written sources on Mithraism is largely due to its status as a mystery religion, in which the meaning of its iconography and rituals was a secret known only to initiates. Insiders did not record details of their religion and outsiders did not know much about it. This obviously makes things difficult for historians, so there is much about Mithraism that is still not known.

http://www.isvroma.it/public/pecus/nasstrom.pdf
The sacrifices of Mithras

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ARTIST: ROLLING STONES
ALBUM: BLACK AND BLUE

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      Is just a superstition
      You're gonna pay high prices
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      For your sacrifices, ah yeah

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Re: Bloomberg LP worships Minthras Mystery Religon in City of London
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2013, 04:49:12 PM »
I was listening to all this BS about the Higgs Boson particle, and it's so obvious that all this subatomic physics and cosmology stuff is nothing but a mystery religion.  It's propoganda to create the illusion that these geniuses know everything about the universe, so you can't question them.  I would say it's all about the money, but it's not, it's also about the whole scientific credibility thing.  Science is your new mystery religion, you can't trust your own common sense and reason,  you must trust Science.

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« Reply #2 on: March 17, 2013, 04:54:13 PM »
I was listening to all this BS about the Higgs Boson particle, and it's so obvious that all this subatomic physics and cosmology stuff is nothing but a mystery religion.  It's propoganda to create the illusion that these geniuses know everything about the universe, so you can't question them.  I would say it's all about the money, but it's not, it's also about the whole scientific credibility thing.  Science is your new mystery religion, you can't trust your own common sense and reason,  you must trust Science.

They present a distorted picture for the sole purpose of claiming that the priests in white lab coats are infallible.

Having worked in research science, I can safely say that the fairy story presented to the public is an entirely different reality. I would also point out that scientists are not an alien species, and outside their specific areas of research are as ignorant as any other member of the public. They are also extremely vulnerable to unspoken threats regarding funding, real or imagined.


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Re: Bloomberg LP worships Minthras Mystery Religon in City of London
« Reply #3 on: March 17, 2013, 04:55:09 PM »
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The temple, dating from 240AD, has been dismantled and is currently in storage with the Museum of London. It’s awaiting a permanent home in the rebuilt Bucklersbury House on Queen Victoria Street, which is set to be the European headquarters of media giant Bloomberg LP.

http://www.building.co.uk/news/foster-and-nouvel-reach-for-the-clouds/3068019.article
Foster and Nouvel reach for the clouds
2006 issue 21



Norman Foster and Jean Nouvel have teamed up to submit a planning application for this mixed-use scheme in the City of London.

The 92,900 m2 Walbrook Square project will replace insurer Legal & General's 1.5 ha Bucklersbury House site. The tallest of the four buildings, on Queen Victoria Street, is designed to resemble clouds and will be 106 m high. If approved, it will be Nouvel's second scheme in the City, after planning permission was recently granted for his One New Change building close to St Paul's Cathedral, for Land Securities.
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Re: Bloomberg LP worships Minthras Mystery Religon in City of London
« Reply #5 on: March 22, 2013, 01:57:08 PM »
http://www.irishoriginsofcivilization.com/irishoriginsexcerpts/ch41.html
The Irish Origins of Civilization
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Coat of Arms of the Corporation of London. Note the Templar red cross and twin dragons.

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The Crest of the Knights Templar features the lion and unicorn motif that appears on many royal coats of arms. These are Atonist symbols. The crown above the cross is Pharaonic. The red cross can be found on prehistoric Phoenician and British megaliths. The cross and crown are also employed by American Scottish-Rite Freemasons, who work in secret to undermine the sovereignty of America, on behalf of their Atonist chiefs in London and Rome.

The kings of the Merovingian dynasty were believed to have been born with birthmarks in the form of a red cross.

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The Cult of Mithras was a Hellenistic Solar Cult that thrived in the second century BC during the time of the Roman Empire. It particularly attracted men from the military and was popular among Romans. In this famous image, we see sun god Mithras (Mith Ra) overcoming the bull of Taurus. Mithras represents the sun moving from the sign of Taurus into Aries.

This astrological phase-shift had obsessed Akhenaton and his Atonists. Their god was the sun, and the sun's relative position in the heavens mattered greatly to his "Watchers." During the time when the sun made its transition from Taurus into Aries, Egyptians priests were at odds. Some wished to continue with the old paradigm, while others hailed the change.

The story of the Chosen People building a "Golden Calf" alludes to this schism in the ranks. The Cult of Mithras was practically identical to the Sol Invicti Cult to which Emperor Constantine belonged. Both Cults were, in our mind, variants of Egyptian Atonism.
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« Reply #6 on: March 22, 2013, 02:10:00 PM »
Mithras Temple is on Queen Victoria Street.
Although this is only tangentially connected;
Queen Victoria Street was created in Victorian times.
I have checked old maps and its not present.
It created a pyramid in the City of London street design, at the top of which sat the Bank of England
Rothschild Global Headquarters sat in the centre of the pyramid

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Re: Bloomberg LP worships Minthras Mystery Religon in City of London
« Reply #7 on: March 23, 2013, 11:37:57 AM »
http://www.france24.com/en/20130319-revolt-against-city-londons-medieval-elders

Revolt against City of London's medieval elders
19 March 2013


A picture shows signage and the coat of arms on the Guildhall buildings, home to the City of London Corporation, in central London  


A general view shows the Guildhall buildings, home to the City of London Corporation in central London.

AFP - For almost a thousand years the City of London Corporation has run the British capital's financial hub, winning hearts with opulent banquets and parades of red-robed dignitaries, pikemen and musketeers.

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Today the corporation manages the "Square Mile" as a separate enclave within London with its own police force, employing 3,500 people and commanding billions of pounds (dollars) in funds.
 
But critics say it has failed to respond to the problems in the financial industry laid bare following the global crisis, instead protecting its own.
 
"The machine of the City of London serves the dealmakers," said William Campbell-Taylor, a Church of England vicar and longtime critic of the corporation.
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The reform group's top demand is the release of full accounts for the "City's Cash", an 800-year-old, £1.3 billion ($1.9 billion, 1.5-billion-euro) endowment fund which is cloaked in secrecy.
 
Today, the fund which includes income from the corporation's 11,000 acres of British land, aims to promote Britain's financial services, on which the corporation says it spent £12 million in 2012.
 
But critics say the City has succeeded in lobbying for the status quo despite widespread calls for changes to the way banks in particular are regulated.
 
"We think the corporation should be leading standards in the way that the guilds and the livery did," says writer and reformist Jonathan Myerson, who will be standing in the elections.
 
London's ancient guilds or livery companies -- where the corporation has its roots -- were set up to provide guarantees of quality for different professions from goldsmiths to fishmongers.
 
The corporation itself sees its role promoting the finance industry as a success story.
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"London's economic future depends on the reform of financial services," he said. "The alternative to reform (of the corporation) is not the status quo, it's revolution."

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Reform fails? I'm shocked

http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/46bf6098-931b-11e2-b3be-00144feabdc0.html#axzz2OHfYsffs
March 22, 2013 10:50 pm
City of London opts to preserve status quo

The campaign for reform of the City of London Corporation has fallen on deaf ears with voters opting largely to preserve the status quo in elections to the Square Mile’s local authority.

Of 21 candidates who publicly supported the pledges of the City Reform Group, a campaigning organisation set up in the wake of the Occupy protests, only one was elected.
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Re: Bloomberg LP worships Minthras Mystery Religon in City of London
« Reply #8 on: March 23, 2013, 12:08:15 PM »
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The Temple of Mithras was dedicated to the Mithraic cult, which spread across the Roman Empire between the 1st and 4th centuries AD. The temple was a low, cave-like building and was in use for about 100 years. It was later rebuilt and dedicated to the god Bacchus.

http://www.irishoriginsofcivilization.com/irishoriginsexcerpts/ch41.html

The emblem of the Jesuits features an Atonist solar rays.

IHS was originally the insignia for Bacchus, himself a derivation of Aryan Iesa or Esus., The Pope has, from the inception of the Roman Church, been referred to as Servus Servorurm Dei - "Servant of the Servants of God"

http://one-evil.org/content/entities_organizations_jesuits.html
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The election of Pope Francis on March 14th 2013, the traditional "Day of Blood" and ancient birthday of Mithra represents a further historic turning point for the Jesuits and the Catholic Church in a rejection of the insanity of nihilism and the potential implementation of promised reforms of Vatican II and focus on personal responsibility.
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Re: Bloomberg LP worships Minthras Mystery Religon in City of London
« Reply #9 on: March 25, 2013, 03:12:49 PM »
http://christiannews.net/2012/11/23/ancient-roman-tunnels-for-pagan-god-mithra-to-open-to-public/
Ancient Roman Tunnels for Pagan god Mithra to Open to Public



The Biblical city of Rome has announced that it plans to soon allow the public to tour ancient tunnels for the pagan god Mithra, which it has been restoring for some time.
 
The tunnels are said to be located under the Baths of Caracalla, and are separate from the Mithraeum, which was discovered last year. The Mithraeum was reportedly found with a fresco of the pagan god on the wall, and also a space for what is believed to be an area for animal sacrifices.
 
As the largest Mithra temple in the Roman empire, the discovery confirms what was thought to be true about the area: that following the death and resurrection of Christ, Romans were involved for centuries in Mithra worship.
 
Mithra, originally the god of the Persians, became popular in Rome beginning between 80 and 120 AD. According to scholars and experts on the matter,

Sunday was marked as the day set aside for Mithra, being known as “the sun god.”

Celebrations also took place in mid-December for Mithra during the Winter Solstice, who was stated to have been born according to pagan legend at that time of year.

Christians chose to celebrate Christmas on [December 25th] as part of a broader attempt to supplant pagan festivals with Christian holidays,” outlines Mesa Biblical Church in Camarillo, California on their website Truth According to Scripture. “The story of Mithras falls into the category of a creation myth, whereas the Gospels most closely resemble the ancient literary genre of historical biography. Mithras never existed as a historical person, whereas Jesus had many followers who later served as eyewitnesses. Mithras saved the world by slaying a bull, while Jesus atoned for the sins of the world by offering himself as a sacrifice.”
 
The church states that the cult of Mithraism was generally followed by the Roman military.
 
“The worship of Mithra gradually moved westward from Persia after the conquests of Alexander the Great, adopting several features from local traditions along the way,” it continues. “Mithraism borrowed ideas and practices from the Phrygian cult of Attis and Cybele in Asia Minor, as well as astrological symbolism from the Greek Hipparchus.”

http://www.sacred-destinations.com/italy/rome-san-clemente
San Clemente, Rome

The Basilica di San Clemente (Basilica of St. Clement) is an early Christian basilica in Rome dedicated to Pope St. Clement (d. 99 AD).

The church has a beautiful interior, but it is especially notable for its three historical layers. The 12th-century basilica is built on top of a well-preserved 4th-century church (with many frescoes), which was built next to a 3rd-century Mithraic Temple. For an admission fee, it is possible to explore the excavations of the lower two levels, which is a fascinating journey into the history of Rome
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Mithraeum and Roman Houses

At the end of the left aisle of the lower church, a 4th-century staircase leads down to the 1st-century insula (Roman apartment complex), much of which still remains unexcavated.

The 3rd-century Temple of Mithras, down a narrow corridor to the left, was deliberately destroyed when the church was built, but one room has survived. It is a small artificial cave with stars on the ceiling, long side benches, and a stone altar with a relief of Mithras slaying the bull.

The room opposite and the room down a corridor to the temple's right are decorated with stuccoed geometric and floral patterns. Continuing past the temple and taking a left, there is a long Roman alley that divides the insula and the mansion.

Straight ahead past the alley entrance is the entrance to the mansion. On the right (sometimes closed) are two of the best-preserved rooms, with beautiful Roman brickwork.

The sound of rushing water can be heard throughout this area. It comes from a lost spring or maybe a 1st-century aqueduct running towards the Tiber via the Cloaca Maxima, the main sewer of ancient Rome.

http://www.truthbeknown.com/mithra.htm

As the "rock-born," Mithras was called "Theos ek Petras," or the "God from the Rock." As Weigall also relates:

Indeed, it may be that the reason of the Vatican hill at Rome being regarded as sacred to Peter, the Christian "Rock," was that it was already sacred to Mithra, for Mithraic remains have been found there.

Mithras was "the rock," or Peter, and was also "double-faced," like Janus the keyholder, likewise a prototype for the "apostle" Peter. Hence, when Jesus is made to say (in the apparent interpolation at Matthew 16:12) that the keys of the kingdom of heaven are given to "Peter" and that the Church is to be built upon "Peter," as a representative of Rome, he is usurping the authority of Mithraism, which was precisely headquartered on what became Vatican Hill.

"Mithraic remains on Vatican Hill are found underneath the later Christian edifices, which proves the Mithra cult was there first."

By the time the Christian hierarchy prevailed in Rome, Mithra had already been a popular cult, with pope, bishops, etc., and its doctrines were well established and widespread, reflecting a certain antiquity. Mithraic remains on Vatican Hill are found underneath the later Christian edifices, a fact that proves the Mithra cult was there first. In fact, while Mithraic ruins are abundant throughout the Roman Empire, beginning in the late first century AD/CE, "The earliest church remains, found in Dura-Europos, date only from around 230 CE."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christianised_sites#The_Vatican

An image from the necropolis under the Vatican in which Jesus = Mithras
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Re: Bloomberg LP worships Minthras Mystery Religon in City of London
« Reply #10 on: March 26, 2013, 03:38:52 PM »
http://untoldlondon.org.uk/articles/read/queer_eye_for_the_collections_at_the_museum_of_london

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2. Temple of Mithras  There is almost as much unfounded speculation about Mithraism as about the Druids - with almost as little surviving textual evidence.  Just one ritual was ever found, in a 4th century Parisian magical manuscript discussed in "Echoes of the Gnosis" in 1907.  It's hugely evocative, but may or may not be a genuine Mithraic ritual. (See handout in downloads section for more information).
 
Mithraic temples were scattered across the Empire,  following the path of Roman soldiers.  The Temple near the Museum of London has an inscription mentioning a soldier inducted into the order in Orange, France.

All-male cults which totally excluded women tended to be associated with latitude towards homosexuality, and Mithraism, unlike many other religions, did not impose celibacy on its priests. Scholars have suggested that Mithraism may be linked to same-sex culture.

By the fourth century however, Mithraism was dead: in London, the heads of Mithras and associated gods were buried under the floor of the Temple, which was then rededicated to Bacchus.
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Re: Bloomberg LP worships Minthras Mystery Religon in City of London
« Reply #11 on: July 19, 2013, 05:28:12 PM »
interesting article:

http://www.oneballmedia.com/tag/temple-of-mithras/
A Mithraeum For The Damned
By Matthew Delooze
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I wish to mainly concentrate on current developments regarding buildings in London that will be used by the Serpent Cult. I do this in the hope that at least a few of you see that I was not talking out of my arse back in 2009 and indeed I do it to show you what is now coming upon us. I also wish to at least indicate the ‘spiritual implications’ we face because of the five sense protest actions the human race carries out at this time, or at least help a few see through or even just be aware of the five sense apparatus that is now going to appear.
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Anyway going back to 2009.

I pointed out in UTBOM that the Bank of England was literally placed over and next to an ancient temple. I then pointed out that all the spiritual energy being created in protests against the UK banks (all connected to the Bank of England) was literally feeding the Serpent Cult through replica temples placed on energy lines.



The masses herded to replica temples in London 2009

This is what I wrote in 2009…

 … “OK then…  what actually is going on regarding a spiritual energy situation in the protests outside the Bank of England then?

I’ll tell you… the energy created by all the protesters being pushed into the area is being directed at the temples, especially the Bank of England (‘Temple of Mithras’ on a spiritual level).

The combined ‘angry’ energy of the people involved, both the police and the protesters, is directed at the symbolic Mithras temple therefore all the energy is dedicated to Mithras (The Sun). (The situation is on a par with Christians worshipping in a church, the energy is directed at God sort of thing.) Mithras is the Sun God of ‘Contracts’. Eh?

The bank of England is built on the grounds of a sun temple that honoured the Sun God of Contracts?  Well stick a feather up my arse and call me Colin Fry. I didn’t know that.  It is not a coincidence that the Serpent Cult used the site of the God of Contracts on Threadneedle Street to build their illuminated bank of the world on. It is no coincidence that this bank carries the symbolism it does. Can you see that?

What are the odds of the British Establishment ‘coincidentally’ building their illuminati bank on symbolic ground which is blatantly linked to the god of contracts? The god of IOU’s if you like?  Well what are the odds? It can only be a blatant act of ritual and the liars that control this world and control your soul know that”…
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Re: Bloomberg LP worships Minthras Mystery Religon in City of London
« Reply #12 on: July 19, 2013, 05:44:54 PM »
I seem to remember that the original Fabian Society HQ was an old Knights Templar site
ah yes - http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=207720.0

And that the Twin Towers in NYC occupied land originally owned by the Knights of Malta
In the early 20th century they wanted to build a globalist hotel on the spot to symbolise world peace.
It was to be designed by Gaudi, the Popes favourite architect.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hotel_Attraction

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Re: Bloomberg LP worships Minthras Mystery Religon in City of London
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https://www.theguardian.com/science/2017/nov/08/reconstructed-roman-temple-mithras-opens-public-bloomberg-hq
Reconstructed Roman Temple of Mithras opens to public in London

London’s Roman-era Temple of Mithras, once displayed on a car park roof with a crazy paving floor, is to reopen to the public – this time on its original site.

Visitors to the temple will now descend through steep, black stone-lined stairs, in Bloomberg’s new European headquarters, to seven metres below the city streets where in Roman times the smelly river Walbrook once flowed sluggishly through marshy ground. In approximately 240AD, the Romans built a temple next to the river to one of their most mysterious cult figures, Mithras the bull-slayer.
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The temple was a sensation when it was discovered in 1954 and swaths of London still lay in ruins after the war, but its redisplay was generally regarded as one of the most disappointing tourist sites in the city, with all the mystery of a suburban front garden.

The site was identified as a Mithraeum when in the last hours of the excavation the carved head of a handsome young god was found. A newspaper photographer happened to be nearby and as the word spread thousands joined queues that stretched for half a mile around the block, waiting patiently to view the muddy foundations.

The public excitement and the keen interest of the then prime minister Winston Churchill forced Legal & General to abandon plans to demolish the foundations to make way for its grim new office block. Instead, after eight years in storage in a builder’s yard, in 1962 the walls were partially reconstructed 100 yards from the original site, inaccurately and incorporating new stone brought in to fill gaps and material lost over the years. The god’s head and other beautiful carvings went to the Museum of London and the original timber benches, which archaeologists now regard as rare treasure, were thrown away.
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Bloomberg’s European headquarters, designed by Lord Norman Foster, stands on one of the richest archaeological sites in London – by one estimate a 10th of the Roman objects on display in the Museum of London come from a century of excavations on various patches of the land. Much was destroyed by the excavations of deep basements of later buildings, but where the archaeological layer survived, the soggy ground led to startling preservation, including hundreds of wooden tablets faintly preserving the oldest handwritten documents ever found in Britain, from the first years after the Roman invasion, including the first recorded use of the world Londinium.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norman_Foster,_Baron_Foster_of_Thames_Bank
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Foster worked with Steve Jobs from about 2009 until Jobs' death to design the Apple offices, Apple Campus 2 now called Apple Park, in Cupertino, Calif.

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In 2012, Foster was among the British cultural icons selected by artist Sir Peter Blake to appear in a new version of his most famous artwork – the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover – to celebrate the British cultural figures of his life that he most admires.
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On 24 April 2017 Lord Foster was given the Freedom of the City of London.[38]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_of_the_City

The Freedom of the City is an honour bestowed by a municipality upon a valued member of the community, or upon a visiting celebrity or dignitary. Arising from the medieval practice of granting respected citizens freedom from serfdom, the tradition still lives on in countries such as the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, Canada, South Africa and New Zealand – although today the title of "freeman" confers no special privileges.
Behold, happy is the man whom God correcteth: therefore despise not thou the chastening of the Almighty: For he maketh sore, and bindeth up: he woundeth, and his hands make whole ; He shall deliver thee in six troubles: yea, in seven there shall no evil touch thee. - Job 5