Notre Dame Cathedral is on fire

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Red Bird, thanks for posting that video, I have never heard about the bee/Catholic/Mary connection before.
 

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I raise bees and I can tell you that they don't survive fires. Smoke sedates them and greatly slows their movements. If they were on the roof where the fire started, they did not survive. Maybe it was important to replace them as a sign or some kind of "miracle". It's become fashionable among rotten teenagers to knock over hives and set them on fire. I could show you scores of pics from people complaining about that very thing. We talk about security measures in our beekeeper meetings. It gives us no comfort to say that when the bees go, they're taking us with them. We cannot survive without bees.

I've seen that hive/bee symbol on banks as well as religious institutions. Maybe as a sign for those in the know?
 

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Thought I would add this here. There’s a lack of skilled craftsmen in France to help reconstruct the cathedral, so they may use these people who are constructing a castle in Burgundy using only medieval techniques.

Can Medieval Artisans From Guédelon Help Rebuild Notre-Dame? | Galactic Connection

I believe they started building Guedelon Castle in 1997 and here is what they have so far:
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They hope to be finished by 2023. Impressive someone has actually taken on this project. Would love to volunteer there for a few days, but you must speak French. Here’s a link to their site: Guédelon
 

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Thought I would add this here. There’s a lack of skilled craftsmen in France to help reconstruct the cathedral, so they may use these people who are constructing a castle in Burgundy using only medieval techniques.

Can Medieval Artisans From Guédelon Help Rebuild Notre-Dame? | Galactic Connection

I believe they started building Guedelon Castle in 1997 and here is what they have so far:
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They hope to be finished by 2023. Impressive someone has actually taken on this project. Would love to volunteer there for a few days, but you must speak French. Here’s a link to their site: Guédelon
Well, if you're nowhere near France and are interested in medieval building techniques, there's one being built in Lead Hill Arkansas . Supposed to be done in another 10 years. It's open to the public and is pretty interesting. We visited it when it was in its first year of being built.
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Thought I would add this here. There’s a lack of skilled craftsmen in France to help reconstruct the cathedral, so they may use these people who are constructing a castle in Burgundy using only medieval techniques.

Can Medieval Artisans From Guédelon Help Rebuild Notre-Dame? | Galactic Connection

I believe they started building Guedelon Castle in 1997 and here is what they have so far:
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They hope to be finished by 2023. Impressive someone has actually taken on this project. Would love to volunteer there for a few days, but you must speak French. Here’s a link to their site: Guédelon
That's odd, they really can't outsource it to modern construction companies overseas? Do they have to ask these guys?
 

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Well, if you're nowhere near France and are interested in medieval building techniques, there's one being built in Lead Hill Arkansas . Supposed to be done in another 10 years. It's open to the public and is pretty interesting. We visited it when it was in its first year of being built.
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Do you know if this is still on going? Looks like there's been no activity since about 2016.

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Do you know if this is still on going? Looks like there's been no activity since about 2016.

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Don't know. We were out there about 2010 and they said it was being financed by some guy in France and was expected to take about 20 years at their current rate of build. Maybe they finished early? Or ran out of money?
 

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milhaus said:
Found this website with a lot of great information. Didn't want to copy too much because I would paste it all:
Notre Dame de Paris Historic Overview - Earthlore Explorations Architecture Features

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Continuing along the Merovingian, Gregory of Tours, His book about the Franks, the Roman Catholic Bishops and their Cathedral (diocese church) I went looking for the Diocese Church of Paris and the Episcopal Throne the Bishops sit on.

What you didn't know that Roman Catholic Bishops sat on a throne?
Neither did I!
What else sits on thrones?
What do thrones represent and project?
Kings, Queens, Emperors, Empresses, Archbishops, Cardinals, Popes you know the 'usual crew' we get told to hold in awe, respect and subjugate our lives to and the thrones, with a human backside on them, represent power and authority over 'the people'.

Quite why god needs to have a human project power and authority from such a thing is kind of odd, but then again everything about this building and its supposed place in the Roman Catholic Religion is odd, very odd, as far as I can tell.

The Diocese Church holding the Cathedra, the bits that surround the throne in essence and the throne itself is the minor Basilica of the Church of St Denis according to this site History of the monument crucially not Notre Dame. (was it ever a Roman Catholic building?)

Only a cathedral is of superior rank. In 1966, the basilica was elevated to cathedral status, a name derived from "cathedra", meaning the seat of the bishop, the head of the diocese located there. A copy of the throne of Dagobert, the original of which is in the Cabinet des Médailles of the Bibliothèque Nationale, is currently used by the bishop as an episcopal see.

Wanna see the throne with a Bishop on it or in situ in the church?
Well you can't. Least I cannot find one image of it so here's one of the original Throne of Dagobert which has apparently come through time from 630ish.
From here Throne of Dagobert

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Amazing what travels through time that cannot be dated by any known means.

So the Bishop sits on a copy of a Kings throne. If that doesn't show the Roman Catholic Church and its Monarchy (maybe the Church invented the Monarchy, who knows.) are inseparable I don't know what does.

This church and St Germaine do seem to be much more 'involved' in the affairs of the city Paris and its earlier names. Notre Dame barely features.

The connection of Dagobert with the Roman Catholic Church is authorised and recorded by the Roman Catholic Church, via Gregory of Tours Book of the Franks. There is no connection I could find with Dagobert and Notre Dame he was all about St Denis. Doesn't mean there isn't one of course.

St Denis is a good one here have a look, what you didn't think there wouldn't be a statue of him. (please excuse the sarcasm but its just spotting the same modus operandi running over and over again that generates it.)

From here The Headless Bishop: The Life of Saint Denis

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The author of that site has kindly put together a few 'medieval' images and the tale of how he came to be holding his head.

Maybe just me but the head being held in the statue pictured looks to be wearing what we are told is an Ancient Egyptian headdress. Maybe something, maybe not.

I really don't know what to make of it all except I have the feeling its all bunkum made up by the Roman Catholic Church.

Take a look at the church of St Denis today, seems to be missing a bit, but somehow still looks very similar to another 'church' that lost its roof recently.

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Curiouser, and curiouser.
That doesn't look like a throne so much as a chassis for a control seat missing all the electronics and whatever it was originally installed in. Such an odd seat. Were bishop's asses different then?
 

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No need to panic folks, the kids will sort us out.

Notre Dame Fire Revives Demand For Skilled Stone Carvers In France

Just how it was built 900 years ago, these young craftsmen will soon have it whipped into shape...

'Every year, about 30 new stonemasons graduate either with this degree, the professional license in stone carving for historic monuments, or a less advanced diploma in stone carving'

See, all of our discussion about how these things were made is being but to bed here, the graduating students have all the skills required 😁

'To earn their degree, students must also take classes in math, French, computer design, geography and art history.

"Art history is extremely important," says Eliette Coutherut, the head of the Saint Lambert center. "You can't work the stone without knowing its history and the different currents that influenced architecture."

Ah, programming...

This part is amazing...

'Aside from this degree, the only other way to become a licensed stone carver of historic monuments is by joining a sort of modern-day guild known as "Les Compagnons du Devoir," the Companions of Duty.

That program is based on the way young people were trained for professions in the Middle Ages. To become a "compagnon" takes at least five years of rigorous training, and apprentices are expected to travel around France working on different sites. The apprentices live and eat together and follow certain customs. They have gained a near-mythic status in France'

😁

Well, we can all rest easy knowing that the old place is in good hands.

Source
 

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Lot's of good information and useful links. In regards to bees one of it's most basic meanings : we're the workbees who collect honey for the beekeepers.

Edit : Sample of a song I had to think about => Lorde - Royals.... and we never be royals... you can call me QUEEN BEE... and baby I'll rule... let me live my fantasy...


In the days when I used to go clubbing a lot a certain MC called LADY BEE was a lot of parties I went...

Maybe you know this song ? KING BEE - back by dope demand.


They're in control. That's what they mean.

Think it hasn't been mentioned so I'm going to put it in here.

Somewhere around the time of the burning of the Cathedral they also came with the first photo of a black hole. Seen some members already state in this thread that things are already shown in movies / tv series etc. all going back decades.

One of the things that they show a lot are portals & CERN. So first picture of black hole connects to CERN (believe it does). They also came with the news that a new "seamonster" was found named Cthulhu (this name may ring a bell).

Cthulhu - Wikipedia

Another guy found this one out but in the Notre Dame there was an artifact recovered called the "Pillar of the Boatmen". The Boatmen were an medieval organisation that dictated trade over European rivers and had a powerbase in Geneve where CERN is at.

On this "Pillar of the Boatmen" is the only name mentioned and I think image of the HORNED (as amongst others = torque / spin - vortex) god CERNUNNOS.

The name Cernunnos occurs only on the "Pillar of the Boatmen" (Pilier des nautes),[12] now displayed in the Musée National du Moyen Age in Paris. Constructed by Gaulish sailors probably in 14 CE,[13] it was discovered in 1710 within the foundations of the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris, site of ancient Lutetia, the civitas capital of the Celtic Parisii.

The distinctive stone pillar is an important monument of Gallo-Roman religion. Its low reliefs depict and label by name several Roman deities such as Jupiter, Vulcan, and Castor and Pollux, along with Gallic deities such as Esus, Smertrios, and Tarvos Trigaranus. The name Cernunnos can be read clearly on 18th century drawings of the inscriptions, but the initial letter has been obscured since, so that today only a reading [_]ernunnos can be verified.
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Cernunnos - Wikipedia
Pillar of the Boatmen - Wikipedia

Credits to this guy who has same good decodes (also about BEES in everything, it's origins / connections). He's religious so keep that in mind :


Take Care !
 
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