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Old 21-11-2009, 04:40 PM   #21
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sorry for offtopic, but the sacre coeur thing reminds me of the strasbourg cathedral, ive seen once in real. for my self its dark and huge from the outside. gives me some dark feelings.
Those are some evil looking gargoyles. The vibes in a lot of these churches are def dark. Notre Dame is one seriously haunted feeling place.

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it looks similar to the Cologne Cathedral where i live. i love our cathedral and there are also some little "thingies" on the cathedral.
As I kid I was told churches had gargoyles to keep away the bad spirits which never sounded right to me. Why would evil looking figures produce good? Now I realize these figures aren't there to benefit us.

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Imitation of David from Michelangelo stands in the back of the cathedral. its surreal to make a photo. i dont know if that david was always so "orange" or if it had another color before.
What would be the significance of this? A symbol of the Roman Empire perhaps. Anybody have ideas?
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Old 21-11-2009, 05:10 PM   #22
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Default The Pont Alexandre III

This bridge is loaded with symbols. Gold everywhere, demons, fish, lions, and a view of the Eiffel Tower.



Gold covered figures everywhere. Curiously this one looks toward the Eiffel Tower.



A few like this fellow face the ET as well.



On the other side of the bridge facing away from the ET is the mirror image demon without gold.

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Old 21-11-2009, 05:27 PM   #23
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Default More on Pont Alexandre III

There's a lion and mini obelisk at one end.



At bit further on the bridge is this figure with some beast hiding under her robes.



This is her from the front, holding her gold encrusted cross.



A little further along you find this lady who I mentioned in my Sacre Coeur post.

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Old 21-11-2009, 05:37 PM   #24
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Default Pont Alexandre III

The bridge is jam packed with symbols. It deserves serious study by someone.



And another one, fish at his feet.



Framing their beloved Eiffel Tower with gold.

http://www.linternaute.com/temoignag...aris_42062.jpg



What can you say? It's all there.
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Old 22-11-2009, 06:12 PM   #25
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Default Reptilian head on the metro entrance

For some reason this image stopped working on my earlier post.

Here's the reptile heads that line the metro entrances.

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Old 23-11-2009, 03:11 PM   #26
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What would be the significance of this? A symbol of the Roman Empire perhaps. Anybody have ideas?
ok found something out. i was never interested in that bit because its a new sculpture.

ok this sculpture came up in 2006. this imitation is from the artist Hans-Peter Feldmann ( he is from Duesseldorf, Germany). He said this sculpture is significant for the exhibition "Das achte Feld. Geschlechter, Leben und Begehren in der Kunst seit 1960" (Sex, Life and Lust in Art since 1960). I think there was once an exhibition beside the Cathedral. We have there the Ludwig Museum (famous for the DalĂ­ Picture of the "railway station" --->



this original picture is in the ludwig museum

and Feldmann also says, he hopes this sculpture could be attractive for all the visitors who come to Cologne to the Christopher Street Day (Gay Parade).
He said in 2006 he hopes the sculpture will stand there forever (so we have now 2009, its still there, have pictures somewhere). The exhibition was from 19th august til 12th Nov 2006 and the sculpture was part of that exhibition. It weighs 1,5 tons.

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Old 27-11-2009, 10:53 AM   #27
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Default The Jardin des Plantes

I never paid attention to the Jardin des Plantes until I saw a few markers indicating it should be examined.

One thing I've discovered in Paris is when there's a statue, obelisk, or fountain, you should look closely to see what it leads to.



This guy is here.




Dinosaurs are well represented, too.



Again we see the theme of some beings above and some below.

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Old 27-11-2009, 11:02 AM   #28
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Default Symbols marking The Jardin des Plantes

Right outside the entrance, these three symbols told me something important is inside the Jardin des Plantes.

The picture is small but you can see the lion on the fountain.



Further down is a ring of reptilian creatures.




Across the street, on the other side of the entrance, is a Semiramis fountain.

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Old 27-11-2009, 11:20 AM   #29
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Default Inside the Jardin des Plantes

Found some interesting birds protected behind electric fences.

Here's the sign for Martin de Rothschild, said to be nearing extinction.




Although I couldn't get close enough to photograph Marty (without being electrocuted) I found this on the internet.

Martin de Rothschild.



Right next to Martin was this fellow who's known as " Goura The Sheepmaker."




The Sheepmaker up close.

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Old 27-11-2009, 11:57 AM   #30
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Default Egyptian Ibis bird at Jardin des Plantes

Another protected bird is the Ibis.



I managed to get close enough to photograph the Ibis Rouge.



Ibis, the sacred bird of Egypt.




The Ibis of Thoth.



Important enough to make into a mummy.



He's in bronze at the Louvre.




One important bird....
And he's at the Jardin des Plantes.
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Old 27-11-2009, 12:47 PM   #31
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Amazing pics from Jardin des Plantes, Wakeup. Great observations!

Dinosaurs, dragons (great lizards/reptilians) and that ring of reptilian creatures...

And the birds, Martin de Rothschild and The Sheepmaker... How ironic.
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Old 27-11-2009, 06:44 PM   #32
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Dinosaurs, dragons (great lizards/reptilians) and that ring of reptilian creatures...

And the birds, Martin de Rothschild and The Sheepmaker... How ironic.
Just throwing it all in our faces, aren't they?
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Old 29-11-2009, 03:50 PM   #33
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Default Entrances, statues and owls in Jardin des Plantes

An entire section is dedicated to owls.



This fellow is part of an entrance statue.



This lion and arch are also at an entrance.



Here's a statue from the flower garden, another with figures hiding underneath.

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Default Jardin des Plantes reptiles and other creatures

All over the garden are signs directing you toward the reptiles. The house itself is called The Palace of Reptiles. Its filled with snakes and fellows like this.



At the entrance to the Palace of Reptiles is this statue, snake at his feet.



Another resident. These Jardin des Plantes animals and reptiles live better than most people in Paris. They have large spaces, gardens, peaceful surroundings.



Most of the animals have large horns like this.



And there's plenty of pyramid architecture.

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Old 30-11-2009, 04:34 PM   #35
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Default Statue of Liberty

French Freemasons gave the Statue of Liberty (Semiramis) to America so it makes sense she's well represented in Paris.

On the Seine river.



This one is in the Luxembourg Garden.



Here's an old image but I'm not sure where it was. For a World's Fair perhaps? The old girl is always hanging around.

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Old 30-11-2009, 04:51 PM   #36
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Default The fountain markers

Semiramis also appears all over Paris in this Wallace fountain.



When you see one its time to investigate the area because I'm sure they are markers.

This one is near Abbesses metro and the adjacent church.



Always found in or near parks.



On nondescript streets.



In open squares.



And here serving their supposed function. But more people are aware of what they mean and I've seen tourists taking pictures of them and laughing.

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Default Place Vendome

Place Vendome is a power center.

A wide open plaza on expensive real estate, its got an obelisk as centerpiece.



Not sure what this signifies perched up on top of the column.





All the buildings sport sun symbols.

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Great pics Wakeup, thanks for posting all this

I'm not sure if I wanna go to Paris again to see it with awake eyes, or if it's better to stay away...

What's even more scary is that you find the same kind of symbolism even in smaller cities, all around the world.
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What's even more scary is that you find the same kind of symbolism even in smaller cities, all around the world.
You're right, Lost. I found a Masonic temple (with what looks like an underground tunnel entrance) in a small town in California. Down the street were some marking statues that looked like Benjamin Franklin. No Satanic allusions there.
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Default The churches - St. Sulpice

Dan Brown popularized this church in Da Vinci Code.

St. Sulpice has all the usual symbols.

First there's the Place St. Sulpice with a horned creature spouting water.




The obligatory lion. This one looks friendly.




The Wallace fountain/Semiramis is there as well, marking yet another important spot.



The church is built with twin towers.



Reminds me of the Tower of Babel.



And inside is an obelisk.



Looks like a sun symbol window right near the obelisk.

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