Notre Dame Burnsnews
Posted 15 April 2019 - 03:12 PM
Posted 16 April 2019 - 05:45 AM
Posted 16 April 2019 - 08:26 AM
Alot of old world architecture and ancient buildings have fallen over time due to fires, natural disasters and sieges and war. Some were rebuilt some were left to decay naturally.
I love gothic architecture I knew alot about this cathedral from art history in high school and college.
Light and Shadow. A place where the line is blurred between both worlds.
Nothing is as it seems. Shadow doesn't always mean evil and light doesn't always mean divine.
Posted 16 April 2019 - 08:52 AM
Posted 16 April 2019 - 01:36 PM
Thanks for replying with image, for some reason my upload doesn't work.
Posted 17 April 2019 - 06:56 AM
Posted 18 April 2019 - 09:08 AM
Posted 12 July 2019 - 07:29 AM
Restoration and maintenance of invaluable structures such as Norte Dame requires attention to various details, including 'advertising' or the dissemination of information regarding the social accessibility to renovated areas. This helps us avoid the hairiness of PR-questions like, "Is there adequate public/political funding?" The trick is to keep the worldly and the sacred separate as we negotiate the modern value of civilization symbolic infrastructures, right?
After 9/11, we became 'paranoid' about what buildings/structures could be considered 'immune' in this globalization-politics minded 21st Century(!), stained by the emergent problems of traffic delimiting terrorism. We don't want people to think we don't care about Notre Dame especially after the World Trade Center was completely destroyed, right?
Maybe we just need some good old fashioned ghost-stories to clear our minds of infrastructure destabilization paranoia so we can all revel in that age old industry of tourism! Isn't that what Disney World is all about? Heck, maybe Disney should commission a Hunchback of Notre Dame remake(!).
Maybe we all could use a 'Disney-nostalgia' summer...
One thing is certain...Notre Dame will always be 'classic.'
"Jasmine and Eric were in Disneyland (California), visiting the new haunted-mansion area for Halloween 2020. Americans were still reeling from the terrorist attacks on LAX and Dodger stadium, and Jasmine/Eric wanted to feel 'safe' in the Disneyland haunted-mansion for Halloween festivities. However, they were in for a dilapidation surprise. Jasmine and Eric encountered what seemed to be the ghost of Quasimodo, the iconic 'Hunchback of Notre Dame.' They couldn't believe their eyes as they noticed the unfortunate 'gargoyle' ghost aimlessly wandering around the Disneyland haunted-mansion that Halloween. Jasmine/Eric approached this 'Quasimodo-specter' and coolly asked him if he was in Disneyland because there was that terrible fire in Norte Dame. The ghost turned to them and eerily whispered, 'This haunted-mansion has to be kept perfectly tourist-friendly so people aren't scared of fire ever again!'. Jasmine and Eric honesty wondered if this Quasimodo ghost was trying to protect the sanctity of places symbolic of modern media!"
Posted 24 July 2019 - 06:17 PM
Image of Jesus Seen in Flames Engulfing Notre Dame Cathedral
Those who saw and believed wondered: what message was Jesus trying to send to His believers with this manifestation? Was he reclaiming the Cathedral? Protecting it? Criticizing the mostly secular French government that had resisted authorizing the funds necessary to preserve the historic site?
Lesley Rowan, a 38-year old Scots woman told the Daily Record that when she concentrated on a photograph posted on Facebook, she saw a silhouette of Jesus against the burning building. She says so did some other people to whom she showed the photo, including her brother in Australia.
Source: Beyond Reality News
Edited by MacCionoadha BeanSidhe, 24 July 2019 - 06:19 PM.
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