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Jackson Square & St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans

Louis Cathedral, New Orleans. I caught the Allman Brothers in Jackson Square one Saturday afternoon while I was just moseying around.

The cathedral church of St Peter, St Paul & St Andrew in the city  of Peterborough.

Stained glass window at The cathedral church of St Peter, St Paul & St Andrew in the city of Peterborough.

The Templars remark to us by the means of a sculpture on the Northern portal of the cathedral of Chartres, that the Ark of the Covenant was transported and discharged in sure place.  The Vatican now posses it.  From the book, Jesus Mary Joseph.

The Templars remark to us by the means of a sculpture on the Northern portal of the cathedral of Chartres, that the Ark of the Covenant was transported and discharged in sure place. The Vatican now posses it. From the book, Jesus Mary Joseph.

Interesting stained glass window at Kilmore Church, Scotland.

Mary Magdalene and Kilmore Church, Scotland.

The Virgin portrayed in the west facade of Chartres Cathedral is called the 'Virgini Pariturae', which means "the virgin about to give birth". This statue does not represent Mary or the Biblical concept of womanhood, but the archetypal goddesses of fertility and the 'feminine prinicple'. Since Chartres was dedicated to the Sun-God, the child of the sculpture is Horus, not Jesus Christ. The following excerpt from Rosslyn reveals how Gnostic occultism engulfed Western Christendom through the…

The Virgin portrayed in the west facade of Chartres Cathedral is called the 'Virgini Pariturae', which means "the virgin about to give birth".

The Virgin portrayed in the west facade of Chartres Cathedral is called the 'Virgini Pariturae', which means "the virgin about to give birth". This statue does not represent Mary or the Biblical concept of womanhood, but the archetypal goddesses of fertility and the 'feminine prinicple'. Since Chartres was dedicated to the Sun-God, the child of the sculpture is Horus, not Jesus Christ. The following excerpt from Rosslyn reveals how Gnostic occultism engulfed Western Christendom through the…

Chartres Cathedral, west facade, right portal, Incarnation of Christ.

New Orleans circa 1937. "Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre, Chartres and St. Peter streets." 8x10 acetate negative by Frances Benjamin Johnston.

New Orleans circa "Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre, Chartres and St. Peter streets" by Frances Benjamin Johnston.

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