What do the European parliament and the Tower of Babel have in common?

Posted by on Jun 26, 2019

Question: What do the European parliament and the Tower of Babel have in common?

Answer: They look alike. Compare the images below.

E.U. Parliament, Strasbourg, France

Pieter Brueghel the Elder’s paintings of the Tower of Babel

The city of Strasbourg, France, is the official seat of the European Parliament. It is most known with its building which resembles an unfinished tower like the Tower of Babel (Babylon).

The voluntarily unfinished aspect of the tower of the European Parliament carries heavy symbolism, as it is oriented eastwards, i.e. towards Babylon. It is believed that the building was designed after Pieter Brueghel the Elder’s paintings of the Tower of Babel. His painting “The Tower of Babel” is on display at the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna.

However, the symbolism does not stop here. The European Union was indeed created after the manner of the Biblical Babel (Babylon). For more insight, read Chapter “The Ten-Horned Beast. Key Players of the New World Order” from the book Reckoning of Time.