Well imagine that. The Arch is going to be in Washington D.C. on the last 3 days of Sukkot starting on September 26th. Its probably just a “coincidence” that the red heifer was born amd now they are rolling out the red carpet for it on its one month birthday. This announcement came from the IDA website.
The Triumphal Arch of Palmyra in Washington D.C.
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
2:30 PM 3:30 PM
Washington, D.C. USA (map)
Google Calendar ICS
The IDA’s flagship exhibit, the replica Triumphal Arch of Palmyra, will be displayed in Washington D.C. from September 26 – 30 2018. (http://digitalarchaeology.org.uk/events/2018/9/26/the-triumphal-arch-of-palmyra-in-washington-dc)
If you hit the map link it takes you to a spot in the middle of that goats head. And notice it is directly in front of the White House. Let’s see if Trump goes for a visit.
Sukkot is the Feast of Tabernacles or Ingathering. It represents spending time with God and the harvest. Remember when Jonah went to Ninevah and sat East of the city do he could watch it destroyed? He built a Sukkot that he sat under. This was that time of year. Jews believe Sukkot is a time when the patriarchs come visit them. “The group of supernal guests—Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Aaron, Joseph and David—who grace our sukkahs throughout the holiday (known as ushpizin).” During these last days of Sukkot they see Moses, Aaron, Joseph and David lead the entourage. Strange right? Another interesting thing about Sukkot is what is called the restoration of David’s Tabernacle. What does that mean? In Hebrew it is David’s Sukkot. “David” tabernacles with them on the last day of the Arch being in Washington D.C.
Are we witnessing their “cloud of witness” ingathering on a spiritual level? Things might get crazy folks. Know who you belong to. And remember this, these arches originally were set up because it was a memorial for conquering something or someone. Today it is no difference except it all has spiritual connontations.
It seems that after the Arch of Triumph replica leaves Washington D.C. it will be headed to the Hague, Netherlands in October. Who can say judgement is coming? First to the government of the “free world” and then to the international court…pay attendion, the placement of these arches tells a story.
Arch4peace reported on this story.
“We are very excited to share with all of you that, the 3D reconstruction of the iconic Triumphal Arch of Palmyra, will be hosted in October in the Hague, the city of Peace and Justice!
On this special occasion, a great cultural program has been carefully designed to embrace the Syrian heritage!
The Centre for Global Heritage and Development and The Institute for Digital Archaeology organize an event called Heritage for Future. The core of this event is the majestic triumphal arch of the ancient city of Palmyra in Syria, an iconic piece of reconstructed cultural heritage symbolizing cultural resilience. The arch has been carefully reconstructed at The Institute for Digital Archaeology through a process of exact carving. Following earlier, highly successful events in London, Florence, Dubai, New York and Arona, the arch will now come to the Netherlands! #arch4peace”
This comes from Wikipedia. “The Hague was first mentioned as Die Haghein 1242. In the 15th century, the name des Graven hage came into use, literally “The Count’s Wood”, with connotations like “The Count’s Hedge, Private Enclosure or Hunting Grounds”. The city is also home to the U.N.’s International Court of Justice, headquartered in the Peace Palace, and the International Criminal Court.
It seems the Triumphal Arch is making its debut under the pretense of an international court. I can’t wait to see what happens with this one.
Here are a few new articles on the Arch being in the Netherlands.
A few new articles on the Arch. Now they want everyone to rock the Arch, including Syrian refugees.
“The IDA‘s internet announcement of the exhibit describes the reproduction of the arch as their “flagship exhibit,” the replica of the Roman Triumphal Arch of Palmyra, will be displayed in Washington D.C. from September 26-30.
The replica arch will then be reassembled in the Hague, the site of the Dutch Parliament and the UN’s International Criminal Court. The Hague is described as the City of Peace and Justice.” Hosted by the Centre for Global Heritage and Development, the arch will be displayed adjacent to the ICC for one month beginning October 17. The Internet announcement of the exhibit describes the arch, a replica of the victory of Roman paganism, as “a symbol of cultural resilience” that will stand as an inspiration to the Netherland’s approximately 100,000 Syrian immigrants.
“The Centre for Global Heritage and Development together with the Institute for Digital Archaeology organize an event called Heritage for the Future. The core of this event is the majestic triumphal arch of the ancient city of Palmyra in Syria, an iconic piece of reconstructed cultural heritage symbolizing cultural resilience, according to the statement.”
“Once, in the first centuries of our era, nearby Forum Hadriani (now in municipality Leidschendam-Voorburg) was part of the same empire as Palmyra: the Roman empire. While in some countries in Europe’s gates are closing for migrants, the Palmyra arch is an open gate, offering the opportunity to pass through and look to the future. The arch will now function as a meeting point for Syrian migrants and expats and the Dutch community. Matchmaking events in a tent next to the arch will stimulate encounters between the Syrian workforce and employers, while a range of cultural events will offer the opportunity for anyone to experience the rich cultural heritage of Syria and the Middle East.” (https://www.breakingisraelnews.com/113770/arch-washington-exhibit-centerpiece/)
Palmyra Arch in the City of Peace and Justice
Start date Wednesday 17 October 2018 – 19:00
End date Wednesday 7 November 2018 – 09:00
Location The Hague, Peace Palace
Symbol of Resilience
The Institute for Digital Archaeology (IDA, Oxford University) and the Centre for Global Heritage and Development present to you the 3D reconstructed Palmyra Arch in the Hague, City of Peace and Justice.
From seven years until now Syrian heritage has been under attack. Large parts of the Syrian community fled around the world and now live as refugees. As a contribution to ongoing international efforts, the Centre for Global Heritage and Development together with the Institute for Digital Archaeology organize an event called Heritage for Future. The core of this event is the majestic triumphal arch of the ancient city of Palmyra in Syria, an iconic piece of reconstructed cultural heritage symbolizing cultural resilience. The arch has been carefully reconstructed at the Institute of Digital Archaeology through a process of exact carving. Following earlier, highly successful events in London, Florence, Dubai, New York and Arona, the arch will now come to the Netherlands. The arch will be put on display in a high-visibility public setting to draw maximum media attention and to allow ordinary people – both Dutch citizens and Syrian refugees now living in the Netherlands to literally touch it and engage with it.
As humans we have the power to stop the attack on cultural heritage through dialogue and by creating networks around the world. We can unite with Syrian migrants and help to preserve and revitalize their cultural resources.
The opening ceremony will be organized on October 17th in the Hague (date/ exact location still with reservation) from 7 PM onwards. Updates and final program will be published later on this webpage.
The project is organized by the Institute for Digital Archaeology, the Centre for Global Heritage and Development, The Room of Listening, DB Aktiviteiten and Humanity House with support from the Municipality The Hague, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and UNESCO Netherlands.” (http://www.globalheritage.nl/agenda/2018-10-17-palmyra-arch-in-the-city-of-peace-and-justice)