VIDEO: Why did Jeffrey Epstein build a temple on his private island?

JULY 10, 2019

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The federal charges against Jeffrey Epstein, unsealed on Monday morning in New York City, open the latest chapter in a very public campaign to bring the financier to justice. They also underscore how little is known about his life, including the source of his wealth, and how what is known doesn’t quite add up. For instance: Is that really a temple on his private island? And to what?

Epstein’s island, officially known as Little Saint James, is situated between St. Thomas and St. John, the two largest islands of the US Virgin Islands in the Caribbean.

According to the report, there is a “very different kind of building’ on the island’s southwest point.

The article goes on to state the following:

The base is painted with broad, vivid blue horizontal stripes, and supports a large, golden dome. The entrance consists of an arched, seemingly wooden door equipped with black metal hardware. The sides appear to be cut with large windows, including a full-length one in the rear.”

The Associated Press reported: Epstein built a stone mansion with cream-colored walls and a bright turquoise roof surrounded by several other structures including the maids’ quarters and a massive, square-shaped white building on one end of the island. Workers told each other it was a music room fitted with a grand piano and acoustic walls. Its gold dome flew off during the deadly 2017 hurricane season.”

According to Insider, Epstein is a classically-trained pianist.

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