BBC Broadcasting House

Pied Piper of Hamelin

BBC Broadcasting House

Built in 1932. The Art Deco building is an icon of British Broadcasting

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Dear BBC Trust – Relief Sculpture

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30 Responses to BBC Broadcasting House

  1. Landlooper says:

    BBC hires a pedofile, who loved beastiality and many more perversions, to decorate their building: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Gill

    (Located – Google maps) 51.518221,-0.143564

    Mother and Child: http://www.flickriver.com/photos/randolphgardner/4133435487/

    At the Garden of London’s Rosicrucian Museum

    37.334001,-121.922852

    Thanks to Tjen!

    • tjen says:

      Eric Gill

      ….’’In 1914 he produced sculptures for the stations of the cross in Westminster Cathedral.’’…

      …..’’Stations of the Cross (or Way of the Cross; in Latin, Via Crucis; also called the Via Dolorosa or Way of Sorrows, or simply, The Way) is a series of artistic representations, very often sculptural, depicting Christ Carrying the Cross to his crucifixion in the final hours (or Passion) of Jesus before he died, and the devotions using that series to commemorate the Passion, often moving physically around a set of stations. The vast majority of Roman Catholic churches now contain such a series, typically placed at intervals along the side walls of the nave; in most churches these are small plaques with reliefs or paintings, simpler than most of the examples shown here. The tradition as chapel devotion began with St. Francis of Assisi and extended throughout the Roman Catholic Church in the medieval period.’’…

      (Wikipedia)

      ‘’Eric Gill (1882-1940) was born in Brighton, England, to a minister of a small Protestant sect. He eventually became an artist, well known for his sculptures, engravings, sketches, writings, and type fonts. He married in 1904 and joined the Fabian Socialist Society in 1905. As is noted in Distributist Perspectives, he is one of the founding members of the Distributist worker community at Ditchling, Sussex. It was there that he entered the Catholic Church in 1913. In his lifetime, he would found two more worker communities. He would receive many important and prestigious commissions, including works for Westminster Cathedral, the League of Nations, the BBC, and the London Transport before his death in 1940.’’…….

      http://www.traditioninaction.org/HotTopics/j005htGill_Distributism_Odou.htm

      Westminster Cathedral (location/pictures streetview)

      51.496033,-0.139689

    • tjen says:

      Francis of Assisi

      Giovanni Bernadone Morosini (Moriconi) (aka Francis of Assisi and aka Marino Morosini) was born in Paris as one of several children to Pietro Bernadone Morosini of the all-powerful Morosini House of Pisa and Pica de Bourlemont from France.

      http://one-evil.org/content/people_13c_francis_of_assisi.html

  2. tjen says:

    All Souls Langham Place…….

    51.518022,-0.143198

    All Souls Church, Langham Place

    ‘All’……souls?

  3. tjen says:

    ….’’The Washington Monument in Washington DC is a colossal obelisk. The dome (from a Greek word meaning Place of the Gods) draws in and harnesses energy, as does the pyramid.”……

    http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/atlantean_conspiracy/atlantean_conspiracy06.htm

    https://landlooper.wordpress.com/2013/03/18/planetary-energy-grid/#comment-172

  4. tjen says:

    Let the Little Children Come To Me

  5. tjen says:

    ‘I Am The Good Shepherd’

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