posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 05:02 AM
My 1st thoughts on the front of this masonic building was omg!
or is it just a coincidence that the twin towers looked like this masonic symbol ?
This hospital closed in 2006 and is not due to reopen until 2014
The Royal Masonic Hospital was a hospital in the Ravenscourt Park area of Hammersmith, west London, built and opened in 1933. The grade II listed
building became the Ravenscourt Park Hospital in 2002, but this closed in 2006. As of 2012 the building is being redeveloped by the C & C Alpha
Group to house the London International Hospital (LIH), which will specialise in cancer and diseases of the heart and brain.
The hospital reopened in 2002 as the Ravenscourt Park Hospital within the NHS, but closed again in 2006. The London International Hospital, a
150-bed private hospital, is planned to open in the refurbished building in 2014.
So, whats going on?
edit on 13-3-2013 by zerozero00 because: (no reason given)