19 Feb Berlin’s Pergamon Museum closes for 5 years
This is interesting. The Altar of Zeus alternately known as the Pergamon Altar built between 197 and 156 B.C. formerly in Pergamon, Asia Minor, (today Bergama, Turkey) is now housed in Berlin’s Pergamon Museum. This is also the same altar that Jesus referred to as, “the Throne of Satan” in Revelation 2:13
‘I know where you dwell, where Satan’s throne is; and you hold fast My name, and did not deny My faith even in the days of Antipas, My witness, My faithful one, who was killed among you, where Satan dwells. (Revelation 2:13)
It was also this same altar that Hitler’s architect Albert Speer used as the model for the Zeppelintribune Field used by Hitler to make his most grand speeches to the Nazis.
According to ABC News, the Museum will be closed to all visitors for five years for the purpose of restoration work on the museum building that houses it.
The authority that runs Berlin’s public museums said Tuesday the central hall that contains the altar will close Sept. 29, and likely won’t reopen until 2019.
As an aside, while many saw it as a deeply ominous sign, I personally found it more humorous that when President Obama made his initial acceptance speech in 2008 for the DNC presidential nomination, it was in a nearly perfect replica of what Jesus referred to as “the throne of Satan.”
Needless to say many leftist bloggers and news outlets went crazy when I pointed this out.