May 19, 2020

The Pope’s Audience Hall of Dark Secrets

Genevieve Montague

he Pope’s Audience Hall is also known as the Hall of the Pontifical Audiences or the Paul VI Audience Hall. The Hall has a unique location, with it being partially in Rome and partly in Vatican City. This magnificent edifice was built in 1971 by the famous Pier Luigi Nervi, a renowned Italian architect.

But what if we told you of a church designed as a snakehead? Does that sound believable? Hang on to your seats.

If you aren’t one to subscribe to these sorts of attributions, conspiracy theories can be especially hard to follow. Typically, your average conspiracy theory will require a lot of calculations and have numerous implied points.

Research into the different cults and secret organizations in the modern world have been a hot topic before the 21st Century began. Organizations like the Illuminati and the elite are always under scrutiny. And that’s why it was a bit strange to see a reasonably obvious representation from a conspiracist.

Several parties are claiming that the dark secrets behind the Pope’s Audience Hall point towards evident misnomer, but who are we to judge?

The Pope’s Audience Hall and It’s Unique Structure

Looking at the structure from outside, you might notice it’s simple curvature. Nervi is known for his practical and straightforward designs, so you won’t think that the Audience Hall is too far off.


But look at the full photo below juxtaposed with a viper’s head, and let’s see if you still think that it’s just a simple, practical design. Pay extra attention to the narrow rounded front with nostrils, the eyes in the middle and the wide back. Don’t forget the curve at the top.


Innocuous, yes, and could still be a coincidence, right? Yikes! Maybe if we showed you the next image?

Let’s talk about windows. What about the windows? There are two of them, one on each side of the building. We aren’t paranoid, we promise, but they really do resemble the eyes on a viper.


Check out the image above, note the two windows on either side of the building. Now compare them to the eyes in the viper picture. Do you see anything strange? What’s more — there’s a slit in the center of the eye-shaped windows that resemble a reptile eye.


It’s super creepy when you look at it together. You have two reptilian eyes, boldly staring back at you.

Then there are the fangs. Check out the image of the front part of the Pope’s Audience Hall. Notice anything down the center? The two pillars on either side of the statue-like figure in the middle are what you should be looking at. Now compare it to the two sharp and pointed fangs you’d find on a viper.

Alright, now that you have all the details sorted out, here are full pictures showing you all of the individual elements together. The whole layout of the building, when juxtaposed with the image of a snake, is eerie, to say the least. It’s tough not to spot it.

Go on, look, it’s right there.


Fazzini’s La Resurrezione

We wish that were all, but we aren’t done yet. The La Resurrezione statue was installed in 1977 and has been praised in the past for its exquisite workmanship. But if you looked at it in the light of what we just discovered, you might see things a bit differently.

Oddly, the relief surrounding the Messiah already looks very ghoulish, with its extensions and shapes. But what really stands out is the head of the Messiah, suspiciously evolving into what looks like a snake’s head.


The first impression you get is that his hair is blowing in the wind, but conspiracists argue that the Messiah’s head looks like it is turning into a reptile too!


Now you have all the facts that we have; it’s time for you to decide what dark secrets might be responsible for these weird and creepy architectural choices. After all, any conspiracy rises and falls on the wings of enough evidence to support the motion.

However, it would seem like the combination of all these elements — shapes, eyes, fangs, scales, and statues — is too much of a coincidence to ignore.

This forces us to consider — was it on purpose or it is just some overwhelming, goosebump-giving coincidence? Is there a reason for the imagery, and what might it be?

There have been several explanations for this with some people using the words of David Wilcock — an expert, longtime occult researcher. According to him, certain secret groups have to first communicate their intentions to the human race before they can get permission to carry them out. While these rituals are said to be prevalent in religion, mass sporting events, or even in films and music, they aren’t readily evident.

Similarly, it has proved difficult to pinpoint what dark secrets the bizarre design of the Pope’s Audience Hall might hold. Got any ideas?

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