One of the most controversial conspiracy theories out there is David Icke’s theory that reptilian aliens are living among the elite leaders of our planet, influencing life as we know it. Now, supporters of the theory are using architecture as evidence, asking doubters to look carefully at the designs of the Paul VI Audience Hall, which lies partially in the Vatican City.
The building was named after Pope Paul VI and was designed in 1971 by Italian architect Pier Luigi Nervi. It is famous for its bronze statue La Resurrezione, designed by Pericle Fazzini.
Though the curvature and design of the building look relatively ordinary from the outside, Reptilian theorists believe the interior of the building holds dark clues into the reign of power. If you look at images of the overall shape of the building’s interior, you can see a thought-provoking resemblance to a snake—with “wide back, narrow, rounded front, eyes in the middle, nostrils at the front, and a curved top.” In the center of the building, “there stands what looks to be a statue in the middle and then on either side, two sharp, pointed fangs. The building’s roof and sides also resemble scales.”
In the middle of the stage is a statue of Christ rising from an atomic apocalypse, but some argue that when you view the statue from the sides, the head of Jesus is designed to look like a snake.
Supporters of the Reptilian theory believe that this is evidence of their influence in power. Why else would the Pop be speaking from the mouth of a reptile, they argue.
What do you think? Is this evidence of the conspiracy or just a sign of architectural inspiration?