The Metropolitan Museum of Art was opened in the late 1800s. Originally designed by British American Calvert Vaux but his work was thereafter deemed too old fashioned and the facade we know today was built around it and designed by Richard Morris Hunt and his son Richard Howland Hunt. The sculptural details on the facade were designed by Karl Bitter. Subsequent architects added on wings keeping with the Hunt facade.
Note the sculptural bust adorning the facade by Bitter is of the Goddess Minerva, her other more common goddess names are Athena or Diana. Please remember this because it is a sign regarding what this building is really celebrating.
I’ve loved this museum since I was a child and always looked forward to visiting it. I still do. But the layout plan always seemed strange to me. It doesn’t really follow a line of old to modern age. It was only until I started researching alternate religions and conspiracy sites that opened up the true purpose of the building. And it has a darker purpose, a magical purpose. It is part of the secret city plans that only the Elites know and the regular people cannot read.