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September 15, 2019 @ 06:18:12 pm

9/15/2019 this one

I got the msg in the sky. There's been so much revealed, yet we can't know it ALL. I do know the deeper meaning of the Statue of Freedom & Liberty, along with the connection to Elgin. I also now know why it's time to leave Elgin, as written in the skies. I made a promise to my babygirl I must keep Tuesday & I'm venturing beyond Elgin to embark upon this journey of unity with all who are also merging with the light of truth in order to spread the light. I'm running with you, not from you. This is the week we merge & I'll be accepting all changes with the Universal perception of all things. There are causes we are standing up for & I'm visiting a beautiful soul tomorrow to look into unifying in two of them. Following the heart means standing up. I see. Love & Light...

Thoth's Prophecy Read from the Hermetic Texts by Graham Hancock

8/6 Transfiguration & the day of this upload...NO COINCIDENCES! Beautifully done! Thank you for sharing

Dear humanity & Earth,
Nothing is ever so broken that WE can't handle & fix it together, WWG1WGA!
Signed with UNconditional love, A Starseed Sibling


The Great Peacemakers
Statue of Freedom


Plea to a Congressman from the Statue of Freedom's Point of View

Color interpretation of the bronze statue perched atop the US Capitol dome

The Incredible History of the Statue of Freedom

Besides history's great peacemakers this collection also includes a few symbols of peace including:  the dove and the olive branch, the lotus flower, and this extraordinary statue.  It seems few people recognize the bronze figure perched atop the US Capitol dome.  It is, however, the most prominently placed piece of art in the United States and it has a remarkable story to tell.



Sun god Apollo, Sol, Invictus Games
Archangel, Archie, Artemis moon goddess the Archer 2019
NYGiants=angels=Big Apple=MM Mary Magdalene
York Rite? Knights & Queens, Royal bloodline
You have built it, we have come
Field of Dreams

Meghan Markle beams as she’s given Red Sox and Yankees team shirts for baby Archie at baseball game in London – The Sun

29 June 2019 NEWS

MEGHAN Markle beamed as she attended the Boston Red Sox versus New York Yankees game in London with Prince Harry.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex left baby Archie at home for one of their first joint engagements since becoming parents.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attended the Boston Red Sox versus New York Yankee game in London Credit: PA:Press Association

Arriving at the London Stadium in Stratford this afternoon,Meghan smiled At Harry In the sunshine.

Sun god Apollo, Sol, Invictus Games
Archangel, Archie, Artemis moon goddess the Archer 2019
NYGiants=angels=Big Apple=MM Mary Magdalene

It is the American-born royal’s third appearance since giving birth to her their two-month-old son and comes in the middle of herthree-month maternity leave.

She previously stepped out at Windsor castle when she introduced Archie to the world, and joined fellow royals at Trooping The Colour.

Ahead of today’s game, the Duke and Duchess met members from both opposing American teams playing in tonight’s Major League Baseball event in their changing rooms.

Each side presented the royal couple, who were stepping out in support of the Invictus Games Foundation, with a personalised gift for their firstborn child.

The couple smiled at one another as they arrived at the London Stadium in StratfordCredit: AFP or licensors

The Yankees delighted Meghan with a T-Shirt in their team colours bearing ‘ARCHIE 19’ on the back.

Similarly, the Red Sox handed her a bright red babygro for the newborn royal.

The Duchess looked stylish in a black ensemble for her first public royal engagement with just Harry since giving birth.

She opted for a chic black dress by British designer Stella McCartney, that came with cap sleeves and was belted at the waist.

Meghan looked ecstatic to be handed a personalised T-Shirt by the New York Yankees for baby ArchieCredit: Getty – Pool


Trump & QAnon rallies & 2Q2Q candidates

Baby Q & Archie's Onesie: 10/01 = 1+0= Q lil fans, so cute...
I see it now Meghan & Harry...*smiles with you*




Anonymous no more



Forcing the Question 2019



Tennessee gives scholarship to boy bullied for his homemade T-shirt and welcomes him to the Class of 2032


We heard it over and over after Clemson won the 2017 National Championship game. It was an amazing comeback after being down 14-0 early in the first half. For those wondering, this is the Tiger Rag fight song for Clemson that is played hundreds of times throughout a college football game.

Here are the lyrics to the Clemson Tigers’ fight song:


Long ago way down in the jungle
Someone got an inspiration for a tune
And that jingle came from the jungle
Became famous mighty soon
Thrills and chills it sends through you
Hot so hot it burns you too
Though it’s just the growl of the Tiger
It was written in a syncopated way
More and more they yell for the Tiger
Everywhere you go today, they’re shoutin:

Where’s that Tiger?
Where’s that Tiger?
Where’s that Tiger?
Where’s that Tiger?
Hold that Tiger!
Hold that Tiger!
Hold that Tiger!




White House Contact the President

JANUARY 18, 2013

“My God, What Have We Done?”: White House Staffers React to Insane Online Petitions

It’s not all laughs for the White House staffers who deal with petitions demanding Obama build a Death Star or create a Joe Biden reality TV show, but they don’t mind.


We the people trolls. <a href=" @N05/ 5273576627/"> Pedro Vezini</a>/Flickr and <a href=""></a>


White House Fellows & Gals


Vatican Wheels within Wheels

A piano has 88 keys. 8 above 8 below

living journey

Golden Spheres within Spheres at the Vatican and UN – What is the meaning behind them?

There are these golden spheres that are outside of the Vatican and the UN as well as other places.

If you go to THIS link you will see the spheres. [You simply must see some of the youtubes I have found on these thing!]

Here is something pulled from Wiki:

Some of Pomodoro’s "Sphere Within Sphere" (Sfera con Sfera) can be seen in the Vatican Museums, Trinity College, Dublin, the United Nations Headquarters in New York, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, the de Young Museum in San Francisco, Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, and the University of California, Berkeley.

Please take note of the Italian translation above highlighted in red!

Someone at Yahoo questioned…

While on YouTube I came across videos of Golden Spheres at the Vatican. I don’t mean UFO’s or anything related to that. I’m talking about a huge, rotating golden globe that is actually at the vatican in vatican city. The interesting thing about these globes is that the globe is torn apart and something is coming out of the world. It looks like… a machine of some sort or something. 

As we all know, the vatican is a very, very historical site. They would not allow a new modern work of art there unless it had some real significance of some sort. This globe is a big, brass or copper sculpture that rotates. You can actually walk up and spin this thing if you want to. 
I don’t understand what this means. Why is there some sort of machine or tearing the world in two from the inside. It looks as if it’s coming out of the earth. 

It’s not only at the vatican though. The is another one at the United Nations building. This piece must have great significance or meaning to be at the vatican. And why at the Vatican and the United Nations building? Makes no sense… 

Unfortunately I don’t have a link for you but if you go to YouTube and type in golden sphere at the vatican it will pull it up. When you watch it you will see what I’m talking about. Doesn’t make sense to have this giant globe being torn apart from the inside, as if something is coming out at a place as historic as the vatican and at a place such as the United Nations. Let me know what you think…

This is what the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Italy said about them…

I started to think about that verse in Ezekiel when I saw THIS youtube where you can see it spinning. Here is another close up.

Here’s the verse…

Eze 10:10  And as for their appearances, they four had one likeness, as if a wheel had been in the midst of a wheel.

And because of this verse I did a bit of research on spheres in the bible on google and came up with a wiki search HERE. Basically angels and principalities are thought of as being spheres, in Hebrew Seraphim.

Apparently from what I have researched there are seven spheres world wide. I happened to find THIS from the Zohar [which is mystical kabala] which talks about there being seven spheres in the heavenlies. Now, this may be coincidental or maybe not, I have no idea really. I am not going to make a statement one way or another, but they are a curious thing!

I can’t stop thinking that this is pointing to something other worldly. I wonder what Dan Brown would have to say about this!

I wonder what you all think about this?

Strange indeed…

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Orb/Sphere: Vatican Court of the Pinecone


Orbs Cleaning Up: Chemtrails







Caryatids & Lord Elgin

Acropolis Maidens Glow Anew

Using specially developed laser technology, conservators at the Acropolis Museum stripped centuries of grime from the Caryatids statues, among the great divas of ancient Greece.

CreditEirini Vourloumis for The New York Times

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Using specially developed laser technology, conservators at the Acropolis Museum stripped centuries of grime from the Caryatids statues, among the great divas of ancient Greece.

CreditEirini Vourloumis for The New York Times

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The six replica Caryatids hold up the roof of the temple on the Acropolis. The originals are housed in the Acropolis Museum in Athens.

CreditEirini Vourloumis for The New York Times

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The Caryatids at the Acropolis Museum.

CreditEirini Vourloumis for The New York Times

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Diagrams focused on each layer of dirt to assist conservators during the lengthy restoration.

CreditEirini Vourloumis for The New York Times

By Liz Alderman

July 7, 2014

ATHENS — For 2,500 years, the six sisters stood unflinching atop the Acropolis, as the fires of war blazed around them, bullets nicked their robes, and bombs scarred their curvaceous bodies. When one of them was kidnapped in the 19th century, legend had it that the other five could be heard weeping in the night.

But only recently have the famed Caryatid statues, among the great divas of ancient Greece, had a chance to reveal their full glory.

For three and a half years, conservators at the Acropolis Museum have been cleaning the maidens, Ionic columns in female form believed to have been sculpted by Alkamenes, a student of ancient Greece’s greatest artist, Phidias. Their initial function was to prop up a part of the Erechtheion, the sacred temple near the Parthenon that paid homage to the first kings of Athens and the Greek gods Athena and Poseidon.

Today they are star attractions in the museum; the originals outside were replaced with reproductions in 1979 to keep the real maidens safe.

Over the centuries, a coat of black grime came to mask their beauty. Now conservators have restored them to their original ivory glow, using a specially developed laser technology.

To coincide with the museum’s fifth anniversary, the women — minus one — went on full display in June, gleaming from their modern makeover. The missing Caryatid is installed at the British Museum in London, which acquired it nearly two centuries ago after Lord Elgin, the British ambassador to the Ottoman Empire, had it sawed off the Erechtheion’s porch, along with shiploads of adornments from the Parthenon to decorate his mansion in Scotland before selling the pieces to pay debts.

Greek and British authorities have long fought over the return of these so-called Elgin marbles, a dispute that heated up again recently when the actors George Clooney, Matt Damon and Bill Murray came out in support of the sculptures’ being returned home during an appearance in London for the movie “The Monuments Men.” That ignited a firestorm in Britain, which maintains that Lord Elgin saved the marbles from destruction, and acquired them fairly.

“Someone needs to restore George Clooney’s marbles,” London’s mayor, Boris Johnson, retorted. The controversy may flare anew as the British Museum plans an exhibit of the human body in Greek sculpture for next spring, using some of the marbles from the Parthenon.

Greeks have not been shy about using the Caryatid restoration to help press their case. While the Caryatids’ restoration is not part of a specific campaign to get the marbles back, the fresh cleaning shows that the museum can support their return, said Dimitris Pantermalis, the president of the Acropolis Museum.

“We insist on a solution” to the Elgin marbles, Mr. Pantermalis said. “A country must be ready when it claims something, and the Acropolis Museum has completed this.”

In the meantime, the missing Caryatid is glaring in its absence from the platform, a subversive display of resistance that is reflected one floor up in the museum, where large swaths of the Acropolis frieze owned by the British Museum are represented as chalky plaster copies of the originals. On a recent weekday, Mr. Pantermalis wove through crowds who stood enthralled around a special dais on which the five remaining Caryatids were displayed. “With the pollution erased, we can read more about the history of the last 2,500 years,” he said.

Knots of people were glued to a video screen showing footage of the cleaning project, which was set up on the floor of the museum. Conservators wearing dark goggles wielded a dual-wavelength laser developed by the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas in Crete, a system that was also employed to restore the Parthenon’s west frieze and the high-relief metopes that adorned the east entrance. Beams of infrared and ultraviolet radiation pulsed across the hem of one Caryatid’s robes, burning soot millimeter by millimeter to reveal the apricot-tinted patina of the original marble.

Starting in 2011, a team of six Greek conservators focused on one Caryatid at a time, setting up fabric rooms around each statue and mapping its surface before attacking an ebony mantle of pollution that had thickened when Athens became a modern metropolis filled with car exhaust, factory fumes and acid rain. Along the way, the conservators found traces of an enormous fire set in the first century B.C. by the Roman general Sulla, and chunks of marble from clumsy repair jobs attempted centuries ago.

It took six to eight months to transform each statue from night into day, with the crews rotating shifts to avoid fatigue. The in-house restoration costs were minimal and funded with income from ticket and museum shop sales, said Costas Vassiliadis, a conservator who heads the restoration team.

“It looked almost like tattoo removal,” said Shawn Hocker, a tourist who had traveled to the Acropolis with his wife and friends from Wilmington, N.C. “You can imagine what they looked like in the ancient world.”

The museum plans to clean a number of other architectural sculptures from the Acropolis, using the laser technology, Mr. Vassiliadis said, although he declined to give details because the new projects had not yet been announced.

In their original setting, the Caryatids stood on the porch of the Erechtheion, with a sweeping southern view toward the Aegean Sea. They rested in contrapposto poses, three of them standing firmly on their right legs, demurely bending their left knees beneath diaphanous robes. The others stood in opposite pose. Together they held up a part of the temple’s massive roof.

The Caryatids’ origins were less poetic: According to one legend, Mr. Pantermalis said, the statuesque maidens were not intended to be glorified, but condemned to stand in penance at the temple for eternity to atone for an ancient treachery committed by their hometown, Caryae, a Greek city near Sparta that took the side of the Persians against the Greeks during the Greco-Persian Wars. Other historians say young women from the city who danced for the goddess Artemis were inspirations. The statues remained nameless, and even today they go simply by the letters A, B, C, D, E and F, Mr. Vassiliadis said.

Under the Ottoman Empire, the Erechtheion was converted into a harem, an indignity that the Caryatids survived. Soon after, in 1687, they were nicked by bullets and debris when the Parthenon was shelled during a battle between the Turks and the Venetians.

But officials say the modern equivalent of that destruction is the gaping hole that was left when Lord Elgin made off with the statue.

Mr. Pantermalis glanced out the window toward the Parthenon, leaning into the sky from the soaring rock of the Acropolis. “It’s been 200 years,” he said, returning his gaze to the Caryatids. “We think in the framework of the new museum, it’s possible to reunite our treasures.”

Correction: July 10, 2014

An article on Tuesday about the restoration of the Caryatid statues that have recently gone back on display at the Acropolis Museum misidentified the conflict in which the city of Caryae, from which the statues’ name is derived, sided with the Persians against the Greeks. It was during the Greco-Persian Wars, not the Peloponnesian War, in which Greeks fought one another. The article also misstated the time period since the British Museum acquired one of the Caryatids. It was nearly two centuries ago, not one.

A version of this article appears in print on , Section C, Page 1 of the New York edition with the headline: Acropolis Maidens Glow Anew. Order Reprints | Today’s Paper | Subscribe


Statue of Freedom

Mother of the Gods Rhea


Anima soul breathe


Borrowed from Latin anima (“a current of air, wind, air, breath, the vital principle, life, soul”), sometimes equivalent to animus (“mind”), both from Proto-Indo-European *h₂enh₁- (“to breathe, blow”); see animus. Cognate with Ancient Greekἄνεμος (ánemos, “wind”), Old Englishanda (“anger, envy, zeal”). More at onde.

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