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QAnon: It's on, don't panic ii

 
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I can't remember the specific numbers but there was an entire forest full of timbers holding up the roof of the church so they called it "the forest".
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Very sad loss.
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no shit? i am going to have to search what i missed seeing in this lifetime:(
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To kick off the project, workers cleared 21 hectares of oak. Each beam of the intricate wooden cross-work was drawn from a different tree: estimated at 13,000 trees in total. To reach the heights the carpenters needed to build the structure, those trees would likely have been 300 or 400 years old, meaning they would have sprouted out of the ground in the eighth or ninth centuries.
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Read there’s underground tunnels and rooms filled with artifacts and probably lots of other things that are probably destroyed as well. Makes one wonder what kinds of things hidden there. In any event very sad loss.
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Very sad loss.
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no shit? i am going to have to search what i missed seeing in this lifetime:(
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To kick off the project, workers cleared 21 hectares of oak. Each beam of the intricate wooden cross-work was drawn from a different tree: estimated at 13,000 trees in total. To reach the heights the carpenters needed to build the structure, those trees would likely have been 300 or 400 years old, meaning they would have sprouted out of the ground in the eighth or ninth centuries.
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Read there’s underground tunnels and rooms filled with artifacts and probably lots of other things that are probably destroyed as well. Makes one wonder what kinds of things hidden there. In any event very sad loss.
 Quoting: aliasx


Oh the twitter folks weren't wondering they were saying some pretty bold things today about those underground tunnels and rooms.

It is said that the plans for the city of paris were stored there and they are afraid they've been ruined by all the water.
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no shit? i am going to have to search what i missed seeing in this lifetime:(
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To kick off the project, workers cleared 21 hectares of oak. Each beam of the intricate wooden cross-work was drawn from a different tree: estimated at 13,000 trees in total. To reach the heights the carpenters needed to build the structure, those trees would likely have been 300 or 400 years old, meaning they would have sprouted out of the ground in the eighth or ninth centuries.
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Read there’s underground tunnels and rooms filled with artifacts and probably lots of other things that are probably destroyed as well. Makes one wonder what kinds of things hidden there. In any event very sad loss.
 Quoting: aliasx


Oh the twitter folks weren't wondering they were saying some pretty bold things today about those underground tunnels and rooms.

It is said that the plans for the city of paris were stored there and they are afraid they've been ruined by all the water.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36729630


the only site i go on company computer is yahoo and i swear i had read that "all the treasures and art were saved" and i remember thinkin "huh, how the hell did they get that all done"?? of course i cannot find the feed, prob about noon, pacific.
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Is this picture photshopped?
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To kick off the project, workers cleared 21 hectares of oak. Each beam of the intricate wooden cross-work was drawn from a different tree: estimated at 13,000 trees in total. To reach the heights the carpenters needed to build the structure, those trees would likely have been 300 or 400 years old, meaning they would have sprouted out of the ground in the eighth or ninth centuries.
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Read there’s underground tunnels and rooms filled with artifacts and probably lots of other things that are probably destroyed as well. Makes one wonder what kinds of things hidden there. In any event very sad loss.
 Quoting: aliasx


Oh the twitter folks weren't wondering they were saying some pretty bold things today about those underground tunnels and rooms.

It is said that the plans for the city of paris were stored there and they are afraid they've been ruined by all the water.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36729630


the only site i go on company computer is yahoo and i swear i had read that "all the treasures and art were saved" and i remember thinkin "huh, how the hell did they get that all done"?? of course i cannot find the feed, prob about noon, pacific.
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


Yes the commentators today were talking out of both sides of their mouth. They were talking about the artifacts in the tunnels and rooms probably being ruined by the water and, at the same time, they were saying everything was saved. I took it to mean everything in the church proper was saved, not in the tunnels and rooms below the cathedral.
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To kick off the project, workers cleared 21 hectares of oak. Each beam of the intricate wooden cross-work was drawn from a different tree: estimated at 13,000 trees in total. To reach the heights the carpenters needed to build the structure, those trees would likely have been 300 or 400 years old, meaning they would have sprouted out of the ground in the eighth or ninth centuries.
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


Read there’s underground tunnels and rooms filled with artifacts and probably lots of other things that are probably destroyed as well. Makes one wonder what kinds of things hidden there. In any event very sad loss.
 Quoting: aliasx


Oh the twitter folks weren't wondering they were saying some pretty bold things today about those underground tunnels and rooms.

It is said that the plans for the city of paris were stored there and they are afraid they've been ruined by all the water.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36729630


the only site i go on company computer is yahoo and i swear i had read that "all the treasures and art were saved" and i remember thinkin "huh, how the hell did they get that all done"?? of course i cannot find the feed, prob about noon, pacific.
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


I read something similar too. I think because they were renovating things were moved. Not sure. IDK some things don’t add up with the whole thing. The wiki page has already been updated. (Interesting pics in link if you’v never seen).

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

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#QAnon NOTABLE ---> DIGG

DIGG FOR NOTRE DAME SAKE!

I SMELL A "REICHSTAG FIRE" !!!

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Is this picture photshopped?
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I believe that one is. It was posted awhile back.
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Very sad loss.
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no shit? i am going to have to search what i missed seeing in this lifetime:(
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine

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lessthan50
To kick off the project, workers cleared 21 hectares of oak. Each beam of the intricate wooden cross-work was drawn from a different tree: estimated at 13,000 trees in total. To reach the heights the carpenters needed to build the structure, those trees would likely have been 300 or 400 years old, meaning they would have sprouted out of the ground in the eighth or ninth centuries.
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


Read there’s underground tunnels and rooms filled with artifacts and probably lots of other things that are probably destroyed as well. Makes one wonder what kinds of things hidden there. In any event very sad loss.
 Quoting: aliasx




[link to www.carnavalet.paris.fr]
lessthan50
The Carnavalet Museum – History of Paris, includes: the Archaeological Crypt of Notre-Dame and the Paris Catacombs (linked to Carnavalet in 2000 and 2002 respectively), three places dedicated to the history and memory of Paris.


THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL CRYPT

Developed in 1980 under the square of Notre Dame cathedral to present the archaeological remains discovered during excavations carried out between 1965 and 1970, the Crypt offers a unique overview of the urban and architectural heritage of the Ile de la Cité, the historic heart of Paris.

In discovering the buildings which were built successively on the site, from Antiquity to the 20th century, the visitor goes back in time. The dockside of ancient Lutecia, the building of Gallo-Roman public baths, the early 4th century city wall, the basement of the former chapel of the Hôtel-Dieu, the medieval remains on the Rue Neuve Notre-Dame, the foundations of the Hospice des Enfants-Trouvés, traces of Haussmann sewers: the past, ancient, medieval and classical, comes back to life. Reviving the memory of one of the oldest districts of Paris, the Crypt shows how the city has continued to rebuild itself over more than two thousand years.



THE PARIS CATACOMBS


The Catacombs, a veritable labyrinth in the heart of underground Paris, were developed in the galleries of former quarries, whose stones were used for the construction of the capital.
Twenty metres underground, the ossuary holds the remains of around six million Parisians, transferred there between the end of the 18th century and the mid-19th century, as the cemeteries were closed due to insalubrity – the first to close was the Cimetière des Innocents in the current district of Les Halles in 1785.
Through a confusion of dark galleries and narrow corridors, the visitor can discover a staging of death, with bones placed in a Romantic-macabre setting. “Stop, this is the Empire of Death”: this alexandrine, placed at the entry to the ossuary, is the first of a long series of maxims, poems and other profane or religious texts, which add a meditative dimension to the journey.
Supporting pillars, a subsidence dome and the footbath of the quarry owners evoke the origins of the place as limestone quarries, while piquing the curiosity of the visitor.
This unique site provides a moving recreation of the history of Parisians and invites visitors on a timeless journey.
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no shit? i am going to have to search what i missed seeing in this lifetime:(
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lessthan50
To kick off the project, workers cleared 21 hectares of oak. Each beam of the intricate wooden cross-work was drawn from a different tree: estimated at 13,000 trees in total. To reach the heights the carpenters needed to build the structure, those trees would likely have been 300 or 400 years old, meaning they would have sprouted out of the ground in the eighth or ninth centuries.
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Read there’s underground tunnels and rooms filled with artifacts and probably lots of other things that are probably destroyed as well. Makes one wonder what kinds of things hidden there. In any event very sad loss.
 Quoting: aliasx




[link to www.carnavalet.paris.fr]
lessthan50
The Carnavalet Museum – History of Paris, includes: the Archaeological Crypt of Notre-Dame and the Paris Catacombs (linked to Carnavalet in 2000 and 2002 respectively), three places dedicated to the history and memory of Paris.


THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL CRYPT

Developed in 1980 under the square of Notre Dame cathedral to present the archaeological remains discovered during excavations carried out between 1965 and 1970, the Crypt offers a unique overview of the urban and architectural heritage of the Ile de la Cité, the historic heart of Paris.

In discovering the buildings which were built successively on the site, from Antiquity to the 20th century, the visitor goes back in time. The dockside of ancient Lutecia, the building of Gallo-Roman public baths, the early 4th century city wall, the basement of the former chapel of the Hôtel-Dieu, the medieval remains on the Rue Neuve Notre-Dame, the foundations of the Hospice des Enfants-Trouvés, traces of Haussmann sewers: the past, ancient, medieval and classical, comes back to life. Reviving the memory of one of the oldest districts of Paris, the Crypt shows how the city has continued to rebuild itself over more than two thousand years.



THE PARIS CATACOMBS


The Catacombs, a veritable labyrinth in the heart of underground Paris, were developed in the galleries of former quarries, whose stones were used for the construction of the capital.
Twenty metres underground, the ossuary holds the remains of around six million Parisians, transferred there between the end of the 18th century and the mid-19th century, as the cemeteries were closed due to insalubrity – the first to close was the Cimetière des Innocents in the current district of Les Halles in 1785.
Through a confusion of dark galleries and narrow corridors, the visitor can discover a staging of death, with bones placed in a Romantic-macabre setting. “Stop, this is the Empire of Death”: this alexandrine, placed at the entry to the ossuary, is the first of a long series of maxims, poems and other profane or religious texts, which add a meditative dimension to the journey.
Supporting pillars, a subsidence dome and the footbath of the quarry owners evoke the origins of the place as limestone quarries, while piquing the curiosity of the visitor.
This unique site provides a moving recreation of the history of Parisians and invites visitors on a timeless journey.
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Whoa cat1

Six million! Bet some messed up shit goes on there. Man can’t get away from all these caves and underground tunnels between the wineries and all this weird fuked up stuff.
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Read there’s underground tunnels and rooms filled with artifacts and probably lots of other things that are probably destroyed as well. Makes one wonder what kinds of things hidden there. In any event very sad loss.
 Quoting: aliasx


Oh the twitter folks weren't wondering they were saying some pretty bold things today about those underground tunnels and rooms.

It is said that the plans for the city of paris were stored there and they are afraid they've been ruined by all the water.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36729630


the only site i go on company computer is yahoo and i swear i had read that "all the treasures and art were saved" and i remember thinkin "huh, how the hell did they get that all done"?? of course i cannot find the feed, prob about noon, pacific.
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


I read something similar too. I think because they were renovating things were moved. Not sure. IDK some things don’t add up with the whole thing. The wiki page has already been updated. (Interesting pics in link if you’v never seen).

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

Katty2
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thanks!
PC mentioned earlier the SA prince pledged something and now this guy is too. wth? a billionaires pissing match? to bad everyone, so inclined, couldn't just donate a buck or 2 and let the humanity rebuild it, in unity instead of some rich dude who is gonna try and put his touch on a human treasure....bah!

fromyerlinklessthan50
The stone vault and interior remain largely intact.[10] Many artifacts were saved, and President Emmanuel Macron announced that Notre-Dame will be rebuilt.[11][12] The billionaire François-Henri Pinault announced plans to pledge €100m towards such efforts
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To kick off the project, workers cleared 21 hectares of oak. Each beam of the intricate wooden cross-work was drawn from a different tree: estimated at 13,000 trees in total. To reach the heights the carpenters needed to build the structure, those trees would likely have been 300 or 400 years old, meaning they would have sprouted out of the ground in the eighth or ninth centuries.
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


Read there’s underground tunnels and rooms filled with artifacts and probably lots of other things that are probably destroyed as well. Makes one wonder what kinds of things hidden there. In any event very sad loss.
 Quoting: aliasx




[link to www.carnavalet.paris.fr]
lessthan50
The Carnavalet Museum – History of Paris, includes: the Archaeological Crypt of Notre-Dame and the Paris Catacombs (linked to Carnavalet in 2000 and 2002 respectively), three places dedicated to the history and memory of Paris.


THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL CRYPT

Developed in 1980 under the square of Notre Dame cathedral to present the archaeological remains discovered during excavations carried out between 1965 and 1970, the Crypt offers a unique overview of the urban and architectural heritage of the Ile de la Cité, the historic heart of Paris.

In discovering the buildings which were built successively on the site, from Antiquity to the 20th century, the visitor goes back in time. The dockside of ancient Lutecia, the building of Gallo-Roman public baths, the early 4th century city wall, the basement of the former chapel of the Hôtel-Dieu, the medieval remains on the Rue Neuve Notre-Dame, the foundations of the Hospice des Enfants-Trouvés, traces of Haussmann sewers: the past, ancient, medieval and classical, comes back to life. Reviving the memory of one of the oldest districts of Paris, the Crypt shows how the city has continued to rebuild itself over more than two thousand years.



THE PARIS CATACOMBS


The Catacombs, a veritable labyrinth in the heart of underground Paris, were developed in the galleries of former quarries, whose stones were used for the construction of the capital.
Twenty metres underground, the ossuary holds the remains of around six million Parisians, transferred there between the end of the 18th century and the mid-19th century, as the cemeteries were closed due to insalubrity – the first to close was the Cimetière des Innocents in the current district of Les Halles in 1785.
Through a confusion of dark galleries and narrow corridors, the visitor can discover a staging of death, with bones placed in a Romantic-macabre setting. “Stop, this is the Empire of Death”: this alexandrine, placed at the entry to the ossuary, is the first of a long series of maxims, poems and other profane or religious texts, which add a meditative dimension to the journey.
Supporting pillars, a subsidence dome and the footbath of the quarry owners evoke the origins of the place as limestone quarries, while piquing the curiosity of the visitor.
This unique site provides a moving recreation of the history of Parisians and invites visitors on a timeless journey.
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


Whoa cat1

Six million! Bet some messed up shit goes on there. Man can’t get away from all these caves and underground tunnels between the wineries and all this weird fuked up stuff.
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can you just imagine the heebie fukn jeebies you'd get down there with 6 million souls zippin around?? yikola!!!

ohno
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Oh the twitter folks weren't wondering they were saying some pretty bold things today about those underground tunnels and rooms.

It is said that the plans for the city of paris were stored there and they are afraid they've been ruined by all the water.
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the only site i go on company computer is yahoo and i swear i had read that "all the treasures and art were saved" and i remember thinkin "huh, how the hell did they get that all done"?? of course i cannot find the feed, prob about noon, pacific.
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


I read something similar too. I think because they were renovating things were moved. Not sure. IDK some things don’t add up with the whole thing. The wiki page has already been updated. (Interesting pics in link if you’v never seen).

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

Katty2
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thanks!
PC mentioned earlier the SA prince pledged something and now this guy is too. wth? a billionaires pissing match? to bad everyone, so inclined, couldn't just donate a buck or 2 and let the humanity rebuild it, in unity instead of some rich dude who is gonna try and put his touch on a human treasure....bah!

fromyerlinklessthan50
The stone vault and interior remain largely intact.[10] Many artifacts were saved, and President Emmanuel Macron announced that Notre-Dame will be rebuilt.[11][12] The billionaire François-Henri Pinault announced plans to pledge €100m towards such efforts
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


ohh
mmyyyy
gawwwd!
lolololol, this dude is a real hardcore....oh, and apparently he is married to salma hayek....of hollyweird fame....

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After graduating, he completed military service in the French Consulate in Los Angeles, and was in charge of studying fashion and new technology sectors
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Read there’s underground tunnels and rooms filled with artifacts and probably lots of other things that are probably destroyed as well. Makes one wonder what kinds of things hidden there. In any event very sad loss.
 Quoting: aliasx




[link to www.carnavalet.paris.fr]
lessthan50
The Carnavalet Museum – History of Paris, includes: the Archaeological Crypt of Notre-Dame and the Paris Catacombs (linked to Carnavalet in 2000 and 2002 respectively), three places dedicated to the history and memory of Paris.


THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL CRYPT

Developed in 1980 under the square of Notre Dame cathedral to present the archaeological remains discovered during excavations carried out between 1965 and 1970, the Crypt offers a unique overview of the urban and architectural heritage of the Ile de la Cité, the historic heart of Paris.

In discovering the buildings which were built successively on the site, from Antiquity to the 20th century, the visitor goes back in time. The dockside of ancient Lutecia, the building of Gallo-Roman public baths, the early 4th century city wall, the basement of the former chapel of the Hôtel-Dieu, the medieval remains on the Rue Neuve Notre-Dame, the foundations of the Hospice des Enfants-Trouvés, traces of Haussmann sewers: the past, ancient, medieval and classical, comes back to life. Reviving the memory of one of the oldest districts of Paris, the Crypt shows how the city has continued to rebuild itself over more than two thousand years.



THE PARIS CATACOMBS


The Catacombs, a veritable labyrinth in the heart of underground Paris, were developed in the galleries of former quarries, whose stones were used for the construction of the capital.
Twenty metres underground, the ossuary holds the remains of around six million Parisians, transferred there between the end of the 18th century and the mid-19th century, as the cemeteries were closed due to insalubrity – the first to close was the Cimetière des Innocents in the current district of Les Halles in 1785.
Through a confusion of dark galleries and narrow corridors, the visitor can discover a staging of death, with bones placed in a Romantic-macabre setting. “Stop, this is the Empire of Death”: this alexandrine, placed at the entry to the ossuary, is the first of a long series of maxims, poems and other profane or religious texts, which add a meditative dimension to the journey.
Supporting pillars, a subsidence dome and the footbath of the quarry owners evoke the origins of the place as limestone quarries, while piquing the curiosity of the visitor.
This unique site provides a moving recreation of the history of Parisians and invites visitors on a timeless journey.
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


Whoa cat1

Six million! Bet some messed up shit goes on there. Man can’t get away from all these caves and underground tunnels between the wineries and all this weird fuked up stuff.
 Quoting: aliasx


can you just imagine the heebie fukn jeebies you'd get down there with 6 million souls zippin around?? yikola!!!

ohno
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Ya not sure I want to know what else they do there. It brings creepy to a whole new level.
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the only site i go on company computer is yahoo and i swear i had read that "all the treasures and art were saved" and i remember thinkin "huh, how the hell did they get that all done"?? of course i cannot find the feed, prob about noon, pacific.
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


I read something similar too. I think because they were renovating things were moved. Not sure. IDK some things don’t add up with the whole thing. The wiki page has already been updated. (Interesting pics in link if you’v never seen).

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

Katty2


thanks!
PC mentioned earlier the SA prince pledged something and n
 Quoting: aliasx
guy is too. wth? a billionaires pissing match? to bad everyone, so inclined, couldn't just donate a buck or 2 and let the humanity rebuild it, in unity instead of some rich dude who is gonna try and put his touch on a human treasure....bah!

fromyerlinklessthan50
The stone vault and interior remain largely intact.[10] Many artifacts were saved, and President Emmanuel Macron announced that Notre-Dame will be rebuilt.[11][12] The billionaire François-Henri Pinault announced plans to pledge €100m towards such efforts


ohh
mmyyyy
gawwwd!
lolololol, this dude is a real hardcore....oh,
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine
rently he is married to salma hayek....of hollyweird fame....

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lessstahn50
After graduating, he completed military service in the French Consulate in Los Angeles, and was in charge of studying fashion and new technology sectors




From your link it says, “François-Henri Pinault is a
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine
participant, together with his wife, to the investment bank Allen & Co.'s annual weeklong conference organized every year in Sun Valley, Idaho.”

“Allen & Company LLC is an American privately held boutique investment bank based at 711 Fifth Avenue, New York.The firm, known for its deliberate avoidance of publicity, specializes in real estate, technology, media and entertainment.”

“Since its founding in 1982, the Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference has regularly drawn high-profile attendees such as Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Rupert Murdoch, Barry Diller, Michael Eisner, Oprah Winfrey, Robert Johnson, Andy Grove, Richard Parsons, and Donald Keough.“

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I find it very suspicious these people pledge all this money within hours of when the cathedral went up and the building is still burning.
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I read something similar too. I think because they were renovating things were moved. Not sure. IDK some things don’t add up with the whole thing. The wiki page has already been updated. (Interesting pics in link if you’v never seen).

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

Katty2
 Quoting: aliasx


thanks!
PC mentioned earlier the SA prince pledged something and now this guy is too. wth? a billionaires pissing match? to bad everyone, so inclined, couldn't just donate a buck or 2 and let the humanity rebuild it, in unity instead of some rich dude who is gonna try and put his touch on a human treasure....bah!

fromyerlinklessthan50
The stone vault and interior remain largely intact.[10] Many artifacts were saved, and President Emmanuel Macron announced that Notre-Dame will be rebuilt.[11][12] The billionaire François-Henri Pinault announced plans to pledge €100m towards such efforts
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


ohh
mmyyyy
gawwwd!
lolololol, this dude is a real hardcore....oh, and apparently he is married to salma hayek....of hollyweird fame....

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
lessstahn50
After graduating, he completed military service in the French Consulate in Los Angeles, and was in charge of studying fashion and new technology sectors
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine




From your link it says, “François-Henri Pinault is a regular participant, together with his wife, to the investment bank Allen & Co.'s annual weeklong conference organized every year in Sun Valley, Idaho.”

“Allen & Company LLC is an American privately held boutique investment bank based at 711 Fifth Avenue, New York.The firm, known for its deliberate avoidance of publicity, specializes in real estate, technology, media and entertainment.”

“Since its founding in 1982, the Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference has regularly drawn high-profile attendees such as Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Rupert Murdoch, Barry Diller, Michael Eisner, Oprah Winfrey, Robert Johnson, Andy Grove, Richard Parsons, and Donald Keough.“

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I find it very suspicious these people pledge all this money within hours of when the cathedral went up and the building is still burning.
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well, not "too" (wink wink) many people would cast doubt on the good deeds of such well meanin folk.....
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thanks!
PC mentioned earlier the SA prince pledged something and now this guy is too. wth? a billionaires pissing match? to bad everyone, so inclined, couldn't just donate a buck or 2 and let the humanity rebuild it, in unity instead of some rich dude who is gonna try and put his touch on a human treasure....bah!

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The stone vault and interior remain largely intact.[10] Many artifacts were saved, and President Emmanuel Macron announced that Notre-Dame will be rebuilt.[11][12] The billionaire François-Henri Pinault announced plans to pledge €100m towards such efforts
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


ohh
mmyyyy
gawwwd!
lolololol, this dude is a real hardcore....oh, and apparently he is married to salma hayek....of hollyweird fame....

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After graduating, he completed military service in the French Consulate in Los Angeles, and was in charge of studying fashion and new technology sectors
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From your link it says, “François-Henri Pinault is a regular participant, together with his wife, to the investment bank Allen & Co.'s annual weeklong conference organized every year in Sun Valley, Idaho.”

“Allen & Company LLC is an American privately held boutique investment bank based at 711 Fifth Avenue, New York.The firm, known for its deliberate avoidance of publicity, specializes in real estate, technology, media and entertainment.”

“Since its founding in 1982, the Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference has regularly drawn high-profile attendees such as Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Rupert Murdoch, Barry Diller, Michael Eisner, Oprah Winfrey, Robert Johnson, Andy Grove, Richard Parsons, and Donald Keough.“

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I find it very suspicious these people pledge all this money within hours of when the cathedral went up and the building is still burning.
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well, not "too" (wink wink) many people would cast doubt on the good deeds of such well meanin folk.....
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Mack and Gillibramd related?
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Spread the word, change the collective conscious......
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hf
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hf
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hf
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hf
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thanks Pepperoni...i am now addicted!! lol
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I can't say definitively but my senses all say that you are correct and I trust my senses really.
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got the chills when I read that.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36729630


Did you see the crown of thorns disappear off the antichrist figure just as the spire falls on the cathedral? Notre Dame has the “crown of thorns”
 Quoting: ThreeLittleLambs


wtf was that?? omg, that creeped me th f out! and i only got less than a minute in, lol! i had a baaaad feelin aboot hittin play! that messed with my BP:-0
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You've never seen 'I, Pet Goat ii" before?

It's awesome! So much stuff packed in there when you start taking a closer look at it and the symbology.
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got the chills when I read that.
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Did you see the crown of thorns disappear off the antichrist figure just as the spire falls on the cathedral? Notre Dame has the “crown of thorns”
 Quoting: ThreeLittleLambs


wtf was that?? omg, that creeped me th f out! and i only got less than a minute in, lol! i had a baaaad feelin aboot hittin play! that messed with my BP:-0
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


You've never seen 'I, Pet Goat ii" before?

It's awesome! So much stuff packed in there when you start taking a closer look at it and the symbology.
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The weird animation was like a dose gone bad!!! It seriously messed with me. Does it stay that weird?damned
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Did you see the crown of thorns disappear off the antichrist figure just as the spire falls on the cathedral? Notre Dame has the “crown of thorns”
 Quoting: ThreeLittleLambs


wtf was that?? omg, that creeped me th f out! and i only got less than a minute in, lol! i had a baaaad feelin aboot hittin play! that messed with my BP:-0
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


You've never seen 'I, Pet Goat ii" before?

It's awesome! So much stuff packed in there when you start taking a closer look at it and the symbology.
 Quoting: keybored


The weird animation was like a dose gone bad!!! It seriously messed with me. Does it stay that weird?damned
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


It's a must see for any conspiracy theorist. It's packed full. Watch it several times.

There's plenty of threads here that have been made on it if you want to have a read through some.
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wtf was that?? omg, that creeped me th f out! and i only got less than a minute in, lol! i had a baaaad feelin aboot hittin play! that messed with my BP:-0
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


You've never seen 'I, Pet Goat ii" before?

It's awesome! So much stuff packed in there when you start taking a closer look at it and the symbology.
 Quoting: keybored


The weird animation was like a dose gone bad!!! It seriously messed with me. Does it stay that weird?damned
 Quoting: Heavy Metal Machine


It's a must see for any conspiracy theorist. It's packed full. Watch it several times.

There's plenty of threads here that have been made on it if you want to have a read through some.
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I've seen the threads and I gotta say that I've always gotten that strange "force field" vibe keeping me out, just like tonight, I kept reading you all chatting about it but I didn't wanna tap that button......and then I did and I am not sure I will fully recover, lol!
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[link to imgur.com (secure)] - nice Macron and the burning down of Notre Dame

[link to imgur.com (secure)] - Interdasting connection of POTUS twat and Qdrop
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The fire effectively pushed Assange out of the news cycle.
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hf
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hf
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thanks Pepperoni...i am now addicted!! lol
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Excellent
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The Carnavalet Museum – History of Paris, includes: the Archaeological Crypt of Notre-Dame and the Paris Catacombs (linked to Carnavalet in 2000 and 2002 respectively), three places dedicated to the history and memory of Paris.


THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL CRYPT

Developed in 1980 under the square of Notre Dame cathedral to present the archaeological remains discovered during excavations carried out between 1965 and 1970, the Crypt offers a unique overview of the urban and architectural heritage of the Ile de la Cité, the historic heart of Paris.

In discovering the buildings which were built successively on the site, from Antiquity to the 20th century, the visitor goes back in time. The dockside of ancient Lutecia, the building of Gallo-Roman public baths, the early 4th century city wall, the basement of the former chapel of the Hôtel-Dieu, the medieval remains on the Rue Neuve Notre-Dame, the foundations of the Hospice des Enfants-Trouvés, traces of Haussmann sewers: the past, ancient, medieval and classical, comes back to life. Reviving the memory of one of the oldest districts of Paris, the Crypt shows how the city has continued to rebuild itself over more than two thousand years.



THE PARIS CATACOMBS


The Catacombs, a veritable labyrinth in the heart of underground Paris, were developed in the galleries of former quarries, whose stones were used for the construction of the capital.
Twenty metres underground, the ossuary holds the remains of around six million Parisians, transferred there between the end of the 18th century and the mid-19th century, as the cemeteries were closed due to insalubrity – the first to close was the Cimetière des Innocents in the current district of Les Halles in 1785.
Through a confusion of dark galleries and narrow corridors, the visitor can discover a staging of death, with bones placed in a Romantic-macabre setting. “Stop, this is the Empire of Death”: this alexandrine, placed at the entry to the ossuary, is the first of a long series of maxims, poems and other profane or religious texts, which add a meditative dimension to the journey.
Supporting pillars, a subsidence dome and the footbath of the quarry owners evoke the origins of the place as limestone quarries, while piquing the curiosity of the visitor.
This unique site provides a moving recreation of the history of Parisians and invites visitors on a timeless journey.
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Whoa cat1

Six million! Bet some messed up shit goes on there. Man can’t get away from all these caves and underground tunnels between the wineries and all this weird fuked up stuff.
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can you just imagine the heebie fukn jeebies you'd get down there with 6 million souls zippin around?? yikola!!!

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Ya not sure I want to know what else they do there. It brings creepy to a whole new level.
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That ain't too creepy...try the ossuary at sedlec for real creepies

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