Jeffrey Epstein's Little St. John island Temple

The Meaning Behind Jeffrey Epstein’s Temple


 
A little more than a month after Jeffrey Epstein’s unusual and suspicious death people are still scratching their heads with a number of questions to be asked. One question that has been on our mind lately is, why did Jeffrey Epstein’s island temple have such a unique and odd design? Did Epstein simply have an appreciation for the architecture and history behind the building that it so closely resembles, or is there a deeper meaning behind Epstein’s now infamous landmark?

Jeffrey Epstein’s temple seems to share a number of similarities with a historic monument in Allepo, Syria called Hammam Yalbugha, a Mamluk-era public bath built in 1491. This public bath was a common place to get massages and enjoy the sauna. One thing that stands out immediately is how Epstein groomed his 14-16 year old victims by getting them to give massages and the building’s history of being a bath house designed for massages.

Turns out that Epstein has a lot of interesting and odd religious and occult structures and paintings, like his giant occult sundial on his island Little St. James.  Epstein’s island shares a lot in common with Ba’al Worshipers, Moloch Worshipers, Satanists, and Mamluk architecture and history.

Watch the video for a detailed explanation behind Epstein’s oddly designed temple, and other occult/religious structures on Epstein’s island.

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