The Arch is NOT going to The Hague

Disclaimer: I am not saying that because of someone's name that they are inherently evil. I'm just pointing out the name in the particular situation. I was informed this morning by a reader (Sabine Vlaming) of my blog that the Arch was canceled going to The Hague. So it looks like it may not be... Continue Reading →

The Mist on the Mount

This is a lengthy read. Fair warning. And I have had a lot of problems with this app and my phone when trying to write this. On the 6th day of Sukkot, that fell on September 29th, a strange mist coming out of the ground was seen upon the Temple Mount area in a grove... Continue Reading →

The Arch of Triumph at The Hague

I was looking for some new information on the Arch of Triumph at the Hague and apparently it's posted already...kind of. Today is October 5th, 2018 and I found 2 articles dated October 17th, 2018? That's 12 days away. They must be time travelers. Not sure what's up with that but when I hit the... Continue Reading →

The real Arch of Bel (Baal)

What most people don't actually realize is that the IDA had full intentions in replicating the square Arch of Bel or Baal. They chose not to for whatever reason and went with the more rounded Arch of Triumph. This Arch of Triumph was the actual entrance into quite a few temples and sites and its... Continue Reading →

Truth is like ice

5 days before the Arch of Triumph went up at the National Mall, a group of poets and activists set up an ice sculpture in front of the US Capitol building that said TRUTH. I'm not really too concerned on why they did it, but I thought the symbolism and timing of the whole thing... Continue Reading →

The Columbus Gateway During Sukkot

Coinciding with the Arch of Triumph going up in Washington D.C.(District of Columbia) in the last few days of Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) and the blackening of the St. Louis gateway arch, there is another gateway called a Palmyras Tetrapylon going up in Columbus, Indiana through the 26th - 29th of September. Columbus, Indiana has... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑