Almere Poort Station is another extremely vast, ugly, and empty square in Almere
in the Netherlands. No protection against the wind here. Cultuurspoor Nieuw Land, a heavily state-funded art foundation, developed the Portalmere project for the railway station. The design is by Jan Schilder and comprises a concrete pillar and an obelisk,
together forming a gateway or "poort". A chrome so-called pyramidion on top of the obelisk is being referred to as the Egyptian missing benben stone in the general description that goes with the project. The sun god Helios is also mentioned. The gateway is
said to shine brightly in the morning sun (conf. golden dawn as in Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn). It is illuminated with LED lights in various colours at night. Please note the non-harmonic colour scheme on the obelisk. Freemasonry is not interested in
harmony. The G in the freemason symbol stands for geometry as they see it as God's language. The whole project is plain ugly, un-Dutch, and can only be seen as some illuminati/freemasonry symbol. The present foundation board members of Cultuurspoor are: Michel
Jager, Jaap Reijnders, Jan de Vletter, Willy van der Most, Anneke Leeuwe, Nico de Bruijne, and Ans van Berkum. Marcel Kolder is design officer.