But seriously, what’s up with this weird temple thing on Jeffrey Epstein’s private island? pic.twitter.com/njxfg2HahN
— jon gabriel (@exjon) July 9, 2019
The bizarre, temple-like structure on alleged child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s private island doesn’t match any of the blueprints submitted to local authorities.
Upon completion, the building was not anything like the music pavilion to be built, at least according to the plans given to the Virgin Island’s Department of Planning and Natural Resources. (Hot Air)
Nothing too weird there. Just a striped cube with a golden dome located in a spot known locally as “Pedophile Island” owned by a guy who allegedly fantasized about seeding the planet with his DNA.
I’m open to all theories. Maybe it’s a supervillain’s lair from which Epstein was plotting world domination. Maybe it’s ground zero for some occult sex ritual involving practices so dark, illicit, and elaborate that this prolific degenerate’s actual home simply wouldn’t do to host it. Maybe it’s the above-ground part of a secret nursery housing his 800 children. If you have a better idea, fire away.
NBC also claims that the current building has no windows, although that seems clearly incorrect based on photos. Aren’t those windows in the pic above? Even if not, the bigger photo that accompanies NBC’s story shows what looks like a giant set of French doors on one side of the building, or at least a series of windows reminiscent of French doors.
Which, maybe, supports the theory that it really is a flamboyant music room. After all, if Epstein had a nefarious purpose for what appears to be a single-room structure, presumably he would have built it without windows in order to hide the activities inside from prying eyes on boats in the waters around the island. And logically he wouldn’t have gone out of his way to call attention to the building with a strange paint scheme and outlandish golden dome. If he intended to commit crimes there, he would have been better off following the original mundane design and passing it off as a “music room.” The temple-ish thing he ended up with is essentially a neon sign to observers reading, YOU SHOULD BE CONCERNED.