11th Summer Olympic Games 1936 Opening Ceremonies: I'm a big fan of irrelevant opening ceremonies and these were as garish as anyone could hope for. I didn't watch them myself, but I gather that they had eighty-foot-high glowing jellyfish, which naturally signify something very important. While trying to find out what was actually in the opening ceremonies, I found that the Olympic Web site claims that the opening ceremonies were "shrouded in secrecy and steeped in tradition," which makes them sound more like the initiation into the Illuminati. Which may also include Djakapurra the Songman and his magic dust, for all I know.
From: What I Like About The Olympics