Chateau des Amerois - Mother of Darkness Castle
In his writings ("Bloodlines of the Illuminati", p. 205) and speeches, Fritz Springmeier mentions a secret castle located near the village of Muno in Belgium. This castle would, according to him, be a center of the occult and have a cathedral inside with a dome with 1,000 lights. This castle is referred to as the Mothers-of-Darkness castle. Monarch programming would be performed on children there. This castle is also sometimes referred to as the "Castle of Kings". Its real name is "Château des Amerois" and it is located in Bouillon (Belgium), near the village of Muno. This castle and its domain, the Muno forest, belonged to Prince Philippe of Saxe-Cobourg-Gotha, Count of Flanders and father of King Albert I. He bought the property in 1869 to the Marquis van der Noot d'Assche. The castle of Romantic style was built in 1877 for Philippe of Saxe-Cobourg Gotha by the architect Gustave Saintenoy. It has 365 windows. This castle was later bought by ------, niece of the Belgian scientist and industrialist ------.
Postcards of the castle
Strangely, Fritz Springmeier is not the only one to mention this castle. In their 2001 book dedicated to the Dutroux affair, "Dossier pédophilie. Le scandale de l'affaire Dutroux" (Paedophilia File: The Scandal of the Dutroux Affair) p. 259, Jean Nicolas and Frédéric Lavachery also mention the Amerois castle as a place where satanic ritual parties with children sacrifices allegedly took place. A report of the Dutroux affair refers to the letter of a retired gendarme talking about his castle. At the beginning of April 1996, he hosted a Mexican priest. A Dutch friend of the priest came to pick him up. The Dutch mentioned the Château des Amerois as a place where satanic soirées took place with children sacrifices. An American from the NATO, who allegedly took part to one of these parties and felt disgusted, gave this information to the Dutch.
This domain still belongs to the ------ family. The document below shows an authorization was delivered in 2005 to ------ to hunt deer on the Amerois domain (October 23, November 13 and December 4).
------ (born on 1 July 1957) is vice-president of the ------ Group, Chief Executive Officer of ------ Aviation and Director of ------ (a biotechnology company).
There are more intriguing pieces of information. According to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg official bulletin (28 December 2001), ------, shareholder of the ------Group, who lives in the Amerois castle (1, Les Amerois, B-6830 Bouillon (Belgium)) founded a company with ------, on July 3rd 2001. The name of this company is ------ International. Through this holding company, ------ is the main shareholder of The ------, which organizes activities for children with summer and holiday camps. On May 1st 2004, ------ International’s registered office was transferred to Bertrange (5 rue Pletzer, L-8080 Bertrange). This address corresponds to The ------, located at the very same place. It seems that the former name of ------International was "The ------Company", which also belonged to ------. This is rather weird when you think about what Fritz Springmeier and a police report of the Dutroux affair told about the Amerois castle.
There were pictures of the Amerois castle available at globalview.be, but they have been deleted. You can only find their traces in Google’s cached snapshots. There are weird things going on in this area. There are many testimonies recorded during the Dutroux affair pointing to orgies organized in castles. Michel Nihoul, Marc Dutroux’s accomplice, organized orgies in his Faulx-les-Tombes castle. Children corpses have been exhumed in the park of the Château du Sautou, close to the Belgium border, which was the property of the serial killer Michel Fourniret.
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Comment: I think it would also be worth mentioning that George H.W. Bush's reference to the "thousand points of light" probably was an allusion to this castle and ceremonies therein. Thanks for bringing this subject "to light". Hopefully this topic can be expanded on in the future....
Ed note: More about that this way:
Inaugural Address of George Bush - Friday, January 20, 1989
George H. W. Bush's State of the Union Address, Envisioning One Thousand Points of Light Given on Tuesday, January 29, 1991