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Tuesday, 1 October 2013

La Sagrada Familia in Spain - Antoni Gaudi

The longest running architectural project on earth. God's Architect Antoni Gaudi had a glorious vision. This is it. Every fine detail has a place and purpose. The physical Bible written in stone. When central tower is built at 566 feet tall, this will be the tallest church on earth.

The design was to be three feet shorter than the mountain in deference to God. The building is going to take thirteen more years, which is paid for entirely by donations to the church. The architect has served a greater purpose and that is today, to show mankind how far they have progressed in technical and specialised understanding. We are told everything that exists is planned in the heavens. People are inspired and yet they might not realise.

Last year hearing 'four pyramids' evidently I knew there was a reason and a connection. On the 2003 Christmas stamps, there are four ice tower pyramids as seen here. 'Critics have warned that its final design will have little in common with Gaudí's original vision, a failing that the architect may not have had much trouble with. He once said:

'There is no reason to regret that I cannot finish the church. I will grow old but others will come after me. 'What must always be conserved is the spirit of the work, but its life has to depend on the generations it is handed down to and with whom it lives and is incarnated.'

'When finished La Sagrada Familia will have 18 spires - one for every evangelist, one for every apostle and two, towering above the rest, representing Mary and Jesus' The architect who lived on site at the end of his life, was killed by run by a tram. The driver thought he was a tramp and disregarded him and yet, hopefully by seeing this attitudes will change. We cannot judge anyone by how they look, the colour of their skin or clothes they wear. 'When Pope Benedict came to La Sagrada Familia two years ago, it was the first time mass had ever been held there. In an ancient tradition as old as the Catholic Church, he consecrated the Sagrada Familia as a Basilica. Not since 1883 when it was envisioned by Anthony Gaudi had it been seen in all it's glory. Eight hundred voices filled the air, one of the largest choirs in the world and close to 7,000 people gathered celebrating a moment that had taken 128 years to arrive.' A Basilica means Royal house - from basileus king.

The commentator say the architect was years ahead of his time, evidently the architect was divinely inspired and followed instruction. All that exists on earth is planned. As the moment of outside filming, a flash of lightning is seen. This happened for a reason.

Inside La Sagrada Familia (Holy Family) columns as seen from ancient Temples. All that comes from God is also connected together and so, this is why we see diversity in the formation and building of this monumental building. This is an ever evolving project according to the divine plan. Time-lapse video of la Sagrada Família. 'This footage was taken on April 2012 by Albert Castaño and Luis Caldevilla. A new drone model was used when filming, with an attached camera that was able to capture unprecedented images. A 3-axis motion control time-lapse device was also used to film this video. Music by Ludovico Einaudi ("Burning",UMG) ' La Sagrada Familia with subtitles by Alan Parsons Project.
The coat of arms of Barcelona Spain. 'Antoni Gaudí i Cornet (Catalan pronunciation: [ənˈtɔni ɣəwˈði]; 25 June 1852 – 10 June 1926) was a Catalan architect of Spanish nationality born in Reus, in the Catalonia region of Spain'

'On 7 June 1926, Gaudí was taking his daily walk to the Sant Felip Neri church for his habitual prayer and confession. While walking along the Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes between Girona and Bailén streets, he was struck by a passing tram and lost consciousness. Assumed to be a beggar because of his lack of identity documents and shabby clothing, the unconscious Gaudí did not receive immediate aid. Eventually a police officer transported him in a taxi to the Santa Creu Hospital, where he received rudimentary care. By the time that the chaplain of the Sagrada Família, Mosén Gil Parés, recognised him on the following day, Gaudí's condition had deteriorated too severely to benefit from additional treatment. Gaudí died on 10 June 1926 at the age of 73 and was buried two days later. A large crowd gathered to bid farewell to him in the chapel of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in the crypt of the Sagrada Família. His gravestone bears this inscription:

Antonius Gaudí Cornet. Reusensis. Annos natus LXXIV, vitae exemplaris vir, eximiusque artifex, mirabilis operis hujus, templi auctor, pie obiit Barcinone die X Junii MCMXXVI, hinc cineres tanti hominis, resurrectionem mortuorum expectant. R.I.P.'

Antonius is the name of the Emperor in history. Antonius was born in Reus, Catalonia - The coat of arms of Reus is revealing more details.

Featured on the Coat of arms of Reus is the red rose as seen on the House of Lancaster - Queen Elizabeth II is Duke of Lancaster. This is placed on a white shield for peace. The keys are crossed and bound together with a rope. The keys of Peter, with the three tiara crown on top and the sash with yellow crosses - this is connected with Christ uniting churches and people.
The Reus Flag 1774-c. now in a Museum, has undergone numerous changes, one time depicting Hercules (Byzantine Emperor name in my Mother's side) My uncle uses the name Count of Reus. Today this flag has a gold rose - the gold rose is bestowed by the Pope around this year. Gold rose recipients have included churches and sanctuaries, royalty, military figures, and governments. October 21, 1774 – The word "Liberty" is first displayed on a flag raised by colonists in Taunton, Massachusetts, in defiance of British rule in Colonial America. Let Freedom Ring!

Learning more 1774 - Joseph II (Joseph Benedikt Anton Michael Adam; 13 March 1741 – 20 February 1790) was Holy Roman Emperor from 1765 to 1790 and ruler of the Habsburg lands from 1780 to 1790. The eldest son of Empress Maria Theresa and her husband, Francis I, and brother of Marie Antoinette. He has been ranked, with Catherine II of Russia and Frederick II of Prussia, as one of the three great Enlightenment monarchs. (We are again in an era of Enlightenment) Emiritus Pope Benedict XVI names is Joseph Ratzinger. Notice Francis I being shown here too. It is interesting how our names are appearing and what comes to light on the road map. What is relevant about history comes to light 'information that may have been lost' will be found. Emiritus Pope Benedict XVI has bestowed 13 gold roses to churches in his time.

With Antoni Gaudi - the reminder of Antoninus Pius (Latin: Titus Fulvius Aelius Hadrianus Antoninus Augustus Pius;was born 19 September, 86 AD – died 7 March, 161 AD), known as Antoninus, was Roman Emperor from 138 to 161. He was a member of the Nerva-Antonine dynasty and the Aureli.

With this junction there are six main points with the central meridian avenue - the heart chakra in the centre. In England, the 0 degree meridian line runs from Scotland down and in the heart is Bolton where I live. On this map, the six points brought to mind the Peace sign, facing east and west without the circle. (In this point, the East and West Church Unite). Antoni Gaudi died close to the junction with the landmark centre 'Place de Tetuan is named. Tetuán is a district of Madrid, Spain. The district takes its name from Tetouan, Morocco. Which was the capital of the former Spanish protectorate in northern Morocco.

Just looking at the road map crossing over Passiag of Sant Joan - sometimes spelt Juan - Joan of Arc. Arc connects with the Arc of the Covenant and Joan was divinely guided. The street names in this area identify Naples, Sardenya, Sicily, Arago, Valencia, Corsica, Provence (connected with Mary Magdalene) also looking on the map are Minerva and Avenue Augustus. (go to Googlemaps to see this)

Girona street, Barcelona, connects with Girona in Costa Brava. When typing on Googlemaps, Bailén street, the red arrow lands on Carrer Valencia (remembering hearing 'The Jews are Ruling from Valencia). Above the Church of God a tower is being raised, as meant to be. Even today, Antoni Gaudi inspires people to come together to build this Church.

Creative people are bringing truth to life. The timing of this article in the Daily Mail is with necessity to bring peace in our world. War is not the way to peace. There comes a point when eventually the war mongers and terrorists, whoever they are, need to realise they have gone the wrong way.

Peace, love and best wishes

Pauline Maria

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