The Arch in Geneva: a little symbolism

With the Arch being in Geneva at the Palace of Nations, I started to look at the symbolic architecture that surrounds this place. I noticed they have a celestial sphere.

Here is what the sculpture has to say about it. “The representation of the heavenly constellations is derived from Babylonia and Assyria: the Greeks and Latins added their names and gave the constellations a local significance in some cases and I have adhered as closely as possible to the ancient forms. Thus the star, Aldebaran, which represents the eye of Taurus, dictates the character of the design, as is also the case of Regulus, Leo’s Heart, and so with all the constellations. The forms and attitudes of the figures have been made to correspond firstly with the positions and the meanings of the emblems themselves. After that the inter-relationship of the constellations was designed to create a harmonious ensemble.”

This 85 constellation sphere was dedicated to President Woodrow Wilson who is known as the father of the League of Nations. As you well know, the League of Nations morphed into what we now know as the United Nations. Ironically, the 3D celestial sphere from a concave earth has been morphed into a 2D flag image of a flat earth. I’m still trying to figure out how that all works out. “The grounds of the Palais des Nations (seat of the United Nations Office at Geneva) contain many fine objects donated bymember states of the United Nations, private sponsors and artists. The Celestial Sphere(also known as the Armillary Sphere) in the Ariana Park of the Palais des Nations is the best-known of these. The huge – over four meter diameter – Celestial Sphere is the chef d’oeuvre of the American sculptor Paul Manship (1885–1966). It was donated in 1939 by the Woodrow Wilson Foundation to what was then the League of Nationsbuilding. Known also as the Woodrow Wilson Memorial Sphere of the Palais des Nations it is today a symbol of Geneva International and of Geneva as the centre of dialogue and peace.” (

I want to point out that William Howard Taft was a major proponent of the United States joining the League of Nations. Taft’s father Alphonso Taft was one of the founders of Skull and Bones. Just something to think about. “Taft was the first in the Taft family political dynasty. His son, William Howard Taft, was the 27th President of the United States and the 10th Chief Justice of the United States, and was a member of Yale’s Skull and Bones like his founder father.”

Another strange sculpture is a three legged chair that sits in front of the Palace of Nations. “It depicts a giant chair with a broken leg and stands across the street from the Palace of Nations, in Geneva. It symbolises opposition to land mines and cluster bombs, and acts as a reminder to politicians and others visiting Geneva.”

You can’t forget about the peacocks on the grounds representing those 1,000 all seeing eyes. Read my papers on Paradise fire to get a better understanding of the symbolism here.

I also want to point out that in the esoteric Alice Bailey world, Geneva is known as the “heart” in the 5 Planetary Centres. This is a total occult esoteric view that these people believe and it is centered around the Chakra belief. “These energies [rays] are released into the planetary life through the medium of certain great inlets. At this time, there are five such inlets, scattered over the world. Wherever one of these inlets for spiritual force is found, there will also be present a city of spiritual importance in the same location. These five points of spiritual influx are:

1. London For the British Empire
2. New York For the Western Hemisphere
3. Geneva For Europe, including the U.S.S.R.
4. Tokyo For the Far East
5. Darjeeling For India and the greater part of Asia

Through these five places and areas in their neighbourhood, the energy of five rays pours forth, conditioning the world of men, leading to effects of planetary significance and determining the trend of events.” “The five cities which are the exoteric expression of the esoteric centre of force and through which the Hierarchy and Shamballa are seeking to work are the correspondence in the planetary body to the four centres up the spine and the ajna centre in the body of humanity and of individual man.”

From this description, the crown chakra is excluded because Humanity has a while to go before being awakened. This leaves the ajna , throat , heart , solar plexus and sacral centres. The base chakra would also be excluded for the same reason as the crown.

One of the Masters of Wisdom will eventually be based in each of these five cities:

“…the physical plane areas or localities…through which…directed energies can pass to carry out the creative process, are five in number: New York , London , Geneva , Darjeeling and Tokyo. These five form a five-pointed star of interlocking energies, symbolic of the major divisions of our modern civilisation… At each one of these five centres one of the Masters will be found present, with His Ashram…In London, in New York, in Geneva and Darjeeling and in Tokyo, a Master will eventually be found, organising a major energy centre …”

The planetary centres are configured in certain triangular alignments:

“Geneva and Darjeeling are two centres through which pure spiritual energy can be directed with more facility than through the other three and they, therefore, constitute the higher points of their respective triangles. They are more subjective in their influence than are London , New York or Tokyo. Together, they form five centres of `impelling’ energy today.” (

So this is a very new age view. I want you to notice that 3 of the 5 cities on this list have had the Arch placed in them. I don’t actually see them placing it in Darjeeling or Toyko but you never know. Nothing surprises me anymore.

And I’ll mention the ley lines again here. I wrote in my book about the ley lines associated with the Arch. Some were asking me about the CERN/Arch connection. They are 4.33 miles apart. Literally almost on top of each other. That is the closest they have ever been. Let’s see if CERN fires Anything up in the next few weeks.

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