Monday, 22 October 2012
Real Love Shines - Royal Wedding in Luxumbourg
In a tiny landlocked country between France, Belgium and Germany, the last grand duchy there has been excitement in the air and big celebrations taking place. Home to 500,000 people, best known as a fiancial hub and tax haven, saw the last of Luxumbourg's most eligible royal bachelor marry his love.
Thirty year old Prince Guilaume of Luxumburg married 28 year old Countess Stephanie de Lannoy of Belgium at Notre Dame Cathderal in Luxembourg on October 20, 2012. An intimate civil ceremony took place the day before.
Countess Stephanie is the youngest child of Belgium's oldest aristrocratic familes. Luxembourg’s Nassau-Weilbourg dynasty date back to 1890.
Prince Guillaume, the Hereditary Grand Duke of Luxembourg, arrived in full military regalia with his mother, Grand Duchess Maria-Teresa, who was wearing a bright coral outfit completed with a silver brooch.
Countess Stephanie entered the Cathedral on her brother Jehaan's arm wearing an exquisite ivory lace gown, designed by Elle Saab of Lebanon. The gown was adorned with silver embroidery, with a four metre (13 feet) train.
Luxembourg Archbishop Jean-Claude Hollerich celebrated the multilingual mass, which began shortly after 11:00 am (0900 GMT)
The sun was shining on an unseasonal warm day for the couple. Guests included Royalty and noblity from around the world, arriving in black limousines or modest green minibuses. Upon arrival they stepped out onto a long red carpet that paved the way to enter the cathedral to take their seats for the ceremony.
Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg, was accompanied by Stephanie’s aunt, the sister of Countess Alix de Lannoy, who died in late August. Saturday’s wedding mass began with a minute of silence in her honour.
Thousands of well wishes watched the couple on the balcony clowning around after the ceremony, pretending to have met there by accident. They then shared a first brief kiss followed by a another one to the cheering people.
Prince Guillaume said ahead of the event: “Our wedding is an international event, meaning it’s a good excuse to show Luxembourg’s festive side.”
The cost is estimated 500,000 euros ($650,000) to the Luxembourg taxpayer, with free concerts, street shows and a giant fireworks display in the evening.
Many Royal and Noble families take marriage very seriously. In the sacred marriage, blessing the love between two people, is important for personal and spiritual reasons. Not following the romance prior to the wedding, just what can be seen from photographs, this couple look very relaxed and love each other. The eyes and body language reveal when a couple are connected in friendship and mutual love.
Being situated in the centre of three countries, love is energy and we have another inspiration for true love in Europe. Most certainly real love is to be celebrated every day. I wish the couple a lifetime of love and happiness.
Additional observations from the images in the Daily Mail - really clear pictures to look at more and see what else comes to light from this.
Outside the Notre Dame Cathedral there are seven steps, with seven officals waiting - we are reminded again of 7/7 in a positive way. This is a marriage based on a love union that also unites Belgium and Luxumbourg 'with love'.
Number seven is also connected with Noachide laws and 7 being righteousness and justice. This is being shown between these two people.
The Cathedral itself is such a beautiful building with ornate pillars, a style that has have been connected wtih ancient Greek Temples, inclusive here. To see both the pillars and checkerboard floor colouring, the choice of colour used immediately brought to mind a omparable in a ancient Temple in Pella Greece. This is in the ancient Kingdom. The endorcement and association with ancient Greece is very important for humanity and to fulfil God's Laws.
There are 6 steps in total to where the couple got married - plus the two cushioned pews that make this seven. To bring together 7 steps outside, with 7 representatives of the Cathedral we have 777. According to American publication, the Orthodox Study Bible, 777 represents the threefold perfection of the Trinity.
The number 777 refers to a triumph of "God's number" 7 over the Devil's number 666 - This is another sign to establish God's Law of Peace.
The train of Stephanie's dress being 13 - there are thirteen tribes of Jacob (given the name Israel by God) 12 son's and one daughter, Dinah. The mystery of how everyone is connected together is coming to light now.
Fabulous pictures - May this couple continue to inspire true love during their lifetime together. This is their gift.
Even their monograme fits perfectly together...like a glove
Peace, love and best wishes.
Just a little extra information:
After the civil ceremony the newly married couple went walk about and children gave pictures they had drawn. The dress looked very orance in the origianal picture. Notice the colour is very similar to the dress worn buy Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxumbourg that was worn the following day.
The colour orange has specifically revealed itself here. Notice Prince Guilaume is wearing the orange belt around his waist, symbolizing the belt of righteousness. The detail of the tassels we see a pine cone, associated with the spiritually awakened third eye. Here is the Pine Cone at the Vatican.
Here is the mosaic flooring of the Temple at the ancient Kingdom in Pella, Greece. It is here the government decisions were made.
Finally, My Luxumbourg heritage is from my father's father - another connection with being a sovereign Citizen of the World.
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Posted by Lady Pauline Maria