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Message Subject A masonic pyramid that is 33 decametres high is being built in North Korea, with money from Bill Gates... To be destroyed on October 1st.
Poster Handle Kybeam
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Only those who are blind can not see the Masonic connection to the Ryugyong Hotel, in Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea:



- Masons love pyramids. CHECK So do megalomaniacs

- Masons love Egyptian mythology. CHECK See above.

- Masons love the number 33. CHECK Also the speed of a stereo LP, one third of 100, what's the big woop?



- Hotel is pyramid shaped. CHECK Not really, look closer, six facades and those smaller points on each of three wings.

- Hotel is 330 meters high (33 decametres high) CHECK See above.

- Misterious YouTube video from 2008 is 3:33 long. CHECK Oh this really seals the deal, a YouTube video !!!

- Misterious website registered by someone in Austria calls the building "the pyramid" an has graphs with chambers similar to those of the Egyptian pyramids. CHECK I admit "the pyramid" in relation to North Korea would be this wacky tower.

- Hotel being built by an Egyptian contractor, which received an investment of one billion dollars from American billionaire Bill Gates. CHECK I doubt this investment was made because of their remodeling job on a weathered concrete monstrosity in a prison state. Their ripping the boy king off, wet dream building of his dads is all it is. from Wikipedia: In the late 1990s, the European Union Chamber of Commerce in Korea inspected the building and concluded that the structure was irreparable.[17] Questions were raised regarding the quality of the building's concrete and the alignment of its elevator shafts,[3] which some sources say are "crooked".[9]

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