The Arch of Triumph will be going up at the National Mall on Thursday at 11:30 eastern time at 6th street. The ceremony goes until noon or the meridian (a high point of the day). A lot of 6’s associated to this one in D.C. I’m guessing it will be adjacent to the obelisk of Osiris, which will be fitting. Divine feminine meet divine masculine and what better place to have this union except in the District of Columbia where only the waters seperate them. If you remember correctly, last November Catharsis at the Mall got shut down for putting a giant goddess facing the phallic. The Arch is less conspicuous but spiritually more militant.
It will be right by the “air and space” museum which also has David’s Tent standing right near there (if you don’t know what that is I suggest you look it up).
This is part of the NAR (New Apostolic Reformation), Latter Rain Dominionism movement. What started as 40 days in 2012 has turned into a 3 year “praise” fest at the National Mall. Make sure you read those quotes above and notice the Hosea 2 reference to baal to jesus. This Arch being put up may just be what the David’s Tent movement needs to kickstart their great third awakening movement. They may just get today manifesting of the son’s of god they have been waiting for. Except it’s not going to be anything that is good. Read this in this David’s Tent business.
I hope you can see the symbolism here? I don’t have time to spell it out for you.
The text below comes from the IDA website.
“Please join us on the National Mall (at 6th St., between the National Gallery of Art and the Air & Space Museum) next Wednesday, September 26th, at 2:30PM when House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce (R-CA) and Ranking Member Eliot Engel (D-NY) will jointly unveil the Institute for Digital Archaeology’s* reconstruction of Palmyra’s iconic Triumphal Arch. The reconstructed arch, created using state-of-the-art 3D scanning, printing and carving technology, has previously been displayed at New York’s City Hall Plaza, London’s Trafalgar Square, the G7 Summit in Florence and Dubai’s World Government Summit. The original arch was infamously destroyed by Islamic State Extremists in August, 2015. The IDA’s reconstructed arch, carved from the same marble as the original, has become an international symbol of resistance to extremist groups who seek to obliterate world history and heritage in favor of their own social, religious and cultural narratives. Previous installations of the arch have attracted more than 5 million visitors and it has been the subject matter of numerous books, stories and documentaries.
Congressmen Royce and Engel, both longtime advocates for the protection of global cultural heritage assets, have sponsored key bipartisan legislation aimed at protecting cultural sites and artifacts, including the Protect and Preserve International Cultural Property Act, the Rewards for Justice Program Act, the Import Restrictions of Archaeological and Ethnographic Material from Iraq Act, and the Emergency Protection for Cultural Heritage of Iraq Act. These important provisions, apart from safeguarding world heritage materials from defacement and destruction, are also aimed at depriving extremist groups of income derived from the sale of looted antiquities, a primary source of their financial support. Next Wednesday’s ceremony will celebrate these achievements. Please join us!” (https://digitalarchaeology.org.uk/washington-dc)
Now there is a spiritual reason as to why Engle and Royce are teaming up with the unvieling of this Arch in the District of COLUMBIA. Remember that Columbia represents the goddess. Here the the spiritual connection using the etymology of their names. Engles name means Angel and Royce means rose. The angel rose. A goddess or god is nothing more than a fallen angel. So another way of seeing this is the goddess rose. Now read the rose angel connections here.
The Goddess and the Rose
As well as being a symbol of mystical union, the Rose is particularly associated with the numinous beauty of the goddess and the love her presence evokes within the human heart. It was the most revered flower in ancient Egypt, sacred to Isis herself. Petals, whole flowers and wreaths of roses have been found heaped upon the oldest tombs in the pyramids. The famous Latin work, Metamorphoses or the Golden Ass, by Apuleius, is an allegory of the trials of an initiate, Lucius, (Light) who seeks liberation from his unfortunate transformation into a donkey. He is finally initiated by Isis himself and returned to his human shape by virtue of her roses.
Alexander the Great was said to have brought roses to the West, and they can be discovered in profusion in the mythology of classical Greece. Hecate, goddess of the crossroads and the underworld was sometimes depicted wearing on her head a garland of five-petalled roses. Roses are particularly associated with Aphrodite, the goddess of love. One legend tells that the first roses sprang from her tears while another says that it was a gift for gods to celebrate her rising from the sea. Yet another story goes that the rose was originally white, but became red when the goddess pricked her feet on the thorns as she sought her slain lover. In Rome, an effigy of the goddess Cybele, known as the Magna Mater, (Great Mother) was celebrated by being carried in procession covered with roses. A Greek legend tells that it was Cybele herself who created the rose, as she was jealous of Aphrodite and wanted to make something on earth more beautiful than her in their rivalry for Adonis. The priestess of Aphrodite wore wreaths of white roses, and the paths of her sanctuary were strewn with roses.
In the Roman era, Aphrodite became Venus, to whom the rose was also sacred. It was also in Rome that the ancient expression, sub rosa, ‘under the rose,’ originated, referring to the ancient custom of hanging a rose over a council table to indicate that everything spoken was to remain secret. This custom may have derived from an ancient Egypt image of Horus, the divine son of Isis, called Harpocrates by the Greeks, sitting within a rose with his finger to his lips, ordaining silence about the mysteries.
Pagan flower festivals were soundly denounced when Christianity became the official religion of the Roman Empire. The Church Fathers regarded roses as damnable, because of their association with Venus, and even banned them from graveyards. The festivals continued in Germany for a while after, with the rose-garden (or rose grove) being identified with the mountain of Venusburg, and witches came to be called “visitors of the grove.” (http://www.chalicecentre.net/mystic-rose.html)
Are you starting to see the bigger picture here? I wonder if there will be roses present at this unvieling?