from Vigilant Citizen:
The town of Felicity, California is odd for several reasons: It has a population of 2, it is full of occult symbolism and it was named the “center of the world” by some important organization. Also: there’s something terribly wrong with its chapel. Here’s a look at this certified sinister site.
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Located near the California-Arizona state line and the Mexican border, the town of Felicity was built on 8,000 acres of desertic land, in a place some would define as “in the middle of nowhere”. However, to other people, this exact location is extremely significant. In fact, Felicity was officially designated “the center of the world” by both California’s Imperial County and France’s Institut Geographique National.
How can one even determine the center of a spherical globe, might you ask? Well, we can’t. Like everything else relating to Felicity, one must look beyond the literal and understand the occult symbolism behind it all. For instance, the official “center of the world” is located inside a 21-foot-tall pyramid.
But that is only the beginning. When one takes the time to explore this odd place and dig into its bizarre history, one important fact becomes obvious: It is a creation of the occult elite.
As you can see above, the town of Felicity has a population of 2: The town’s founder Jacques-André Istel and his wife Felicia. While this sign looks like a goofy tourist attraction, none of this is a joke: The town was officially recognized by California’s Board of Supervisors in 1986, with all of the paperwork that comes with it.
That’s the thing about Felicity: Everything about it seems to scream out a “kitschy tourist trap” yet everything behind it says “dead serious occult activity hotspot”. And, as we’ll soon see, this place is full of symbolism that is unmistakably Masonic.
In order to fully understand the origins of this place, we must first look at the background of its founder.
Felicity was founded by Jacques-André Istel, a man with an interesting background and an even more interesting family.
A French-American, Istel has a varied background, working on Wall Street and serving as a marine in the Korean War before becoming well-known for being a famous parachutist. He co-founded Parachutes, Inc, the country’s first parachuting school, and is often credited with bringing parachuting to the American mainstream.
– CultureTrip, Everything You Need to Know About Felicity
When one looks at Istel’s immediate family, a word immediately comes to mind: Elite.
Istel’s father André was a diplomat and investment banker who represented Charles de Gaulle at Bretton Woods – the historic Monetary and Financial Conference of the United Nations1944.
The fact that Istel represented France at Bretton Woods – which happens to be one of the more important and influential conferences in modern history – tells volumes about his influence. Indeed, Bretton Woods ended up thoroughly restructuring the international monetary system while also creating the International Monetary Fund (IMF) – an organization that remains highly prominent to this day.
The founder of Felicity doesn’t only have a highly connected father: His brother Yves-André Istel is truly in the global elite.
A look a Yves-André Istel’s resume is rather telling. He is currently a Senior Advisor to the Rothschild Global Financial Advisory. Prior to this, he was Vice Chairman of Rothschild Inc. In case you didn’t know, the Rothschilds represent the single most powerful elite bloodline of the past centuries.
Furthermore, Yves-André Istel is a member of the Council of Foreign Relations (CFR), an extremely influential think tank that was founded by some of the most powerful people in the world, including David Rockefeller.
In short, the founder of the town of Felicity is directly connected to the global elite. This explains where he got the funds to build such structures and it also explains why it is all based on occult elite symbolism.
Let’s look at the town itself.
Viewed from above, Felicity has a symmetrical layout where a pyramid directly faces a chapel which was built on a mound. Between these two buildings are numerous slabs of granite arranged to form a specific geometric shape.
In many ways, the overall layout of Felicity is remarkably similar to other highly powerful places around the world such as Paris, Washington DC, and the Vatican.
At the Vatican, an obelisk (a powerful structure of ancient Egyptian magic) faces directly St. Peter’s Basilika (a place of Christian worship). The layout also contains an eight-pointed star – also known as the star of Ishtar.
In Felicity, a pyramid (a powerful structure of ancient Egyptian magic) faces directly a chapel (a place of Christian worship). The layout also contains an eight-pointed star.
The similarities between these layouts are not a coincidence. They are based on Masonic concepts that can be found in power centers (across the world.
Important fact: Felicity is located at latitude 32.7N, which is awfully close to the 33rd parallel. In Freemasonry, the number 33 is extremely important. Masonic orders are made of 32 degrees plus a “hidden” 33rd degree reserved to the most “supreme” individuals.
There’s a reason why they’ve decided to place the “center of the world” at the 33rd latitude. It’s all about symbolism.