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Terrorism, or a Accident at Notre Dame? Wake-up Call?

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FLASH: MAIN STRUCTURE SAVED FROM TOTAL DESTRUCTION...

Notre Dame on fire. Strangers sing Heartwarming prayer (Ave Maria) - 15.04.2019

Remember - we came from somewhere - not just caves

 

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WHO?

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Who could do such a thing? 

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Notre Dame Burns!

 

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Same day.... 107 years ago - the RMS Titanic Sank

Significance & Meaning Of Angel Number 107. ...

Number 1 is the genesis number. It means a beginning of an aspect in your life. A birth of something is to come. The 0 digit is a highness number representing a big entity. It a symbol of holiness.  7 is the mystery number. The occurrence of scenarios that cannot be explained by science or logic.

. . .107 angel number meaning is rich in symbolism and translation. Number 1 is the genesis number. It means a beginning of an aspect in your life. A birth of something is to come. The 0 digit is a highness number representing a big entity. It a symbol of holiness. 7 is the mystery number. The occurrence of scenarios that cannot be explained by science or logic.

angel number 107

Angel Number 107 Meaning

Angel numbers 107 is a symbol of accent. The angels accept the person you have become. They congratulate you for the things you are doing. They want you to keep doing what you have been practicing as it makes them happy. They want you to know you are right to make the decisions that you have made. Repetition of symbol 107 is a sign of optimism. This number in a numerology prediction represents the feeling that everything is going to be alright. It is a way of the universe to tell you that you should stop worrying. You should remember worry is anticipation of failure. This will hinder good things from happening.

Titanic Memories - by Friar Newborg

 

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"A near total loss"

"The Forest inside, with 800 year old timber"

Tucker Carlson Tonight Monday April 15 2019

"Unbelievable that no water was being turned on it for 30-40 minutes"

"We don;t build anything like this anymore.  We cannot."

"We don't know WHY?... Why weren't the resources there?"

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When it was erected, Notre Dame was an “idea of a future,” but ideas make for troublingly insecure foundations.

Why people who have never seen Notre Dame Cathedral are lamenting its loss... - Quartz

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5 hours ago - As the roof of Notre Dame de Paris caught alight, the world was watching...

Paris is burning, and burning, and burning. As the roof of Notre Dame de Paris caught alight, the world was watching. Its steeple went next, eventually toppling into a cloud of billowing sunset-orange flames. It happened first in Paris, but it happened next across millions of screens the world over, in palms and on laps, at bars and in living rooms, replayed over and over again, even after the flames had subsided.

Now comes the grief.

Many of those lamenting the loss of this iconic building have some connection to it. If they are French, the sucker-punch might be the loss of cultural inheritance, a small but very meaningful part of what it means to be French; if they are Catholic, it may be the trauma of losing an irreplaceable holy site at the start of the holiest week of the year.

. . .these feelings are about our own mortality:

We expect people to die. We count on our own lives to end. The destruction of a monument to civilization is something else. The bridge, in all its beauty and grace, was built to outlive us; it was an attempt to grasp eternity. Because it was the product of both individual creative and collective experience, it transcended our individual destiny. A dead woman is one of us—but the bridge is all of us, forever.

It’s almost too much for us to take: that something as seemingly permanent as bricks and mortar can still be razed almost to the ground. This is especially troubling when it comes to Paris—a city that seems fixed and unmoving.

. . . In so many people’s cultural imaginations, Paris is not supposed to change. Monuments such as Notre Dame are not supposed to be affected by the passage of time; but nor was the National Museum of Brazil, or the treasures of Palmyra, or the Glasgow School of Art, or any other cultural treasures we’ve had snatched from us. And when they do, it forces us to confront a very uncomfortable truth: For millennia, we have built a world for the generations to come, but our ability to protect it for them is much more limited than we might like to admit.

> more: https://qz.com/1596079/why-people-who-have-never-seen-notre-dame-cathedral-are-mourning/

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Like A Miracle ... LOOK what is Left !

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CROSS REMAINS IN THE RUINS...
CATHEDRAL SAVED FROM TOTAL DESTRUCTION...
NINE CENTURIES OF HISTORY BROUGHT CRASHING DOWN...

Notre Dame altar cross a symbol of hope after 'terrible' blaze breaks out at 12th century cathedral

French President Emmanuel Macron declares a national emergency as authorities rule out arson or terror-related motives.

French President Emmanuel Macron said he was "so sad tonight to see this part of all of us burn" and declared a national emergency.

Speaking from the scene in Paris, he expressed sympathy with Catholics "around the world" following the "terrible tragedy" but added the worst had been avoided. He vowed to launch an international fundraising campaign for the cathedral so the world could rebuild Notre Dame together.

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The attraction was visited by millions of tourists every year and translates in English as "Our Lady".

Its first stone was laid in 1163 in the reign of Louis VII, as the medieval city of Paris was growing in population and importance, becoming the political and economic centre of the kingdom of France.

A file picture of inside the iconic Notre-Dame cathedral taken before the fire broke out
Image: Pictured before the fire, Notre Dame's first stone was laid in 1163

Construction continued for much of the next century, with major restoration and additions made in the 17th and 18th
century.

The 387 steps up to the towers take visitors past the gallery of chimeras, mythical creatures typically composed of more than one animal.

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Several images revealed the red glow of flames still burning in what was left of the ceiling: 

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IF IT TURNS out to be a TERRORIST Event...

... Notre Dame – An Overt Act of War??, 2640

Attacks on other Churchs... at the same time

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Celtic Woman - You Raise Me Up

 

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Firefighters are considering Notre Dame Cathedral fire an accident

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Notre Dame was undergoing $6.8 million renovation when massive fire broke out

But the Archdiocese of Paris said it can't afford all the repairs, which was estimated at $185 million.

The French government, which owns the cathedral, had pledged around $50 million over the next decade, leaving a bill of $135 million. To cover the rest, Picaud helped launch the Friends of Notre-Dame of Paris Foundation. It worked to find private donors both in France and across the Atlantic.

"We know Americans are wealthy, so we go where we think we can find money to help restore the cathedral," Picaud said in 2018. "Notre Dame of Paris isn't a Paris monument or French monument or a European monument but it's really a worldwide monument."

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• The Rose Windows are a trio of immense round stained-glass windows over the cathedral's three main portals that date back to the 13th century.

• The original Great Organ dates back to medieval times. Over the years, organ makers renovated the instrument and added onto it, but it still contained pipes from the Middle Ages before Monday's fire.

The position of titular organist, or head organist, carries great prestige in France and around the world.

• Numerous sculptures, statues and paintings inside the cathedral depict Biblical scenes and saints.

One series of 76 paintings, each nearly four meters tall, commemorates the New Testament's Acts of the Apostles, including the crucifixion of St. Peter and the conversion of St. Paul. The works were completed between 1630 and 1707 by the members or associates of the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture

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Why the 850-year-old Notre Dame Cathedral is 'incredibly flammable' by design: Sprawling wooden frame made from 1,300 TREES nicknamed 'The Forest' is fueling the devastating blaze, experts say

The entire frame of the 850-year-old building is made from timber, with an estimated 1,300 trees used for the construction of its beams.

‘Everything is burning, nothing will remain from the frame,’ Notre Dame spokesman Andre Finot told French media, according to the Associated Press.

According to the official website for the Notre Dame Cathedral, the frame includes roughly 52 acres of wood in total.

These timber beams make up its entire interior frame, and serves as the foundation for its 115-foot-high roof.

Officials now say there is ‘nothing left’ of the roof and expect the entire frame to be lost to the fire.

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Notre Dame fire follows months of arson, vandalism & desecration of French Catholic churches

France has been hit with a string of fires at Catholic churches, some of which occurred alongside desecration of sacred objects and acts of vandalism. While the fire at Notre Dame appears to be an accident connected to renovations of the church, the image of the famous spire engulfed in flames is a hard hit on the historically deeply Catholic France, as well as Catholics all over who have seen their religion reeling from devastating scandals, cover-ups and attacks.

While Notre Dame is undoubtedly the most well-known landmark to be affected, Paris’ second largest church, Saint-Sulpice, briefly burst into flames on March 17, the fire damaging doors and stained glass windows on the building's exterior. Police later reported that the incident had not been an accident.


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Notre Dame Worker - The Fire Was ‘Deliberately Set’…

TIME columnist Christopher J. Hale reported, “A Jesuit friend in Paris who works in Notre Dame told me cathedral staff said the fire was intentionally set.”

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HERO PRIEST SAVED THE CROWN!

Notre-Dame Treasures, Relics Saved After Firefighter-Priest Led Human Chain Inside Burning Cathedral

Hero Priest Saves Relics from Devastating Blaze

The hero who saved the Crown of Thorns: Fire brigade chaplain entered flaming Notre Dame

to recover holy relic - three years after he bravely helped Bataclan terror victims

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  • Jean-Marc Fournier saved the Crown of Thorns from the blazing Notre Dame 
  • Paris Fire Brigade chaplain also rescued the Blessed Sacrament from cathedral 
  • Father Fournier described as a 'hero' for 'showing no fear' and saving the relics
  • In 2015 he also rushed inside the Bataclan where Islamic State militants killed 89

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Bearded man filmed at scene

Arson Still Likely Cause of Notre Dame Fire, 2643

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Bill Still: Who is Walking Across Notre Dame Facade???, 2641

 

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