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Saturday, 30 November 2013

Grand Basilica Yamoussoukro Ivoy Coast Africa

Jesus said "A prophet is never accepted in His own land"

This church has been built with Spain, Italy and France contributing with the materials. This is the largest church in the world. The columns are as the ancient Greek Roman temples. The architectural design setting is shown from an aerial view - each detail being prescise and purposeful..

'Spread over an impressive area of 30,000 square meters, this church is 518 feet high. On its premises, you will find a villa and a rectory. This church can accommodate about 18,000 worshipers. The Polish Pallottines administer this Basilica.'

While watching the second video, thinking of the cities in our world, they were once bare ground. The grand basilica is not going to be the only building in this area in years to come.

This basilica is not a cathedral - despite it's size. The video reveals it's importance because this is a church of the Holy Spirit. A throne chair on top of pyramid steps indicate this is a church that is related to the divine plan and for the people in Africa.

On 22nd October 2013, after a series of visions the night before, two white and gold crowns and then facing two illuminated light beings) in going to bed to sleep, I found myself in a vast room with a throne placed on top of pyramid steps - seated crowned was Jesus Christ.

When Queen Elizabeth II was crowned, she was then raised up on a seat placed on top of pyramid steps. The scepter held by Queen Elizabeth holds the 'Great Star of Africa Diamond' - This has been passed to the successors of the British Crown.

This Roman Catholic basilica 'Our Lady of Peace' has a papal villa. It is situated on Rue de St. France in a French part of Africa. The French Connection is revealed on this land.

Great churches have been inspired from the heavens. The building is a statement in itself - a house of prayer and worship of 'God, The cost is grand and yet the land, rich with resources has amassed great wealth what did this wealth pay for? The cost in comparison is minimal.

There are people claiming to be representing Christ and then turning against other churches - the accusers of apostasy are many and yet, are they bringing the truth to all people. Are these people warning about demonic possessions - the witchcraft and sorcery taking place. It seems people are quick to condemn a church in a different land yet ignore real concerns in their own.

This is a church that has been divinely inspired - one that the initiator was guided for it to be built here. A great debt was created from building this church - a church built for the future and people in Africa. The structure suggests uniting people in Christ with the Holy Spirit.

'Felix Houphouët-Boigny was commonly known as the "Sage of Africa" or the "Grand Old Man of Africa". Félix Houphouët-Boigny affectionately called Papa Houphouët or Le Vieux (The Old One), was the first President of Côte d'Ivoire. Originally a tribal chief, he worked as a doctor, an administrator of a plantation, and a union leader, before being elected to the French Parliament and serving in a number of ministerial positions in the French government. From the 1940s until his death, he played a leading role in the decolonization of Africa and in his country's politics.'

The District of Yamoussoukro is the official political capital and administrative capital city of Côte d'Ivoire, while the economic capital of the country is Abidjan. The department and municipality are split into four sub-prefectures: Attiégouakro, Didiévi, Tié-diékro and the Commune of Yamoussoukro. In total, the district contains 169 settlements.

The current governor of the district is Augustin Thiam.

Queen Yamousso, the niece of Kouassi N'Go, ran the village of N'Gokro in 1901 at the time of French colonization. Félix Houphouët-Boigny became the leader of the village in 1939.

On 30 March 2011, the city of Yamoussoukro fell to forces led by Alassane Ouattara, who had been recognized internationally as president of Côte d'Ivoire

The links below provide more information of what has been happening in this part of Africa and it's history has known wars and difficulties. What would be good for all Africans is if after years of war and conflict, being manipulated by overlords to turn against their own people, is if the people can all be reconciled with Christ and live in peace - to choose the higher way.

Long overdue is global peace and healing.

Peace love and best wishes
Pauline Maria

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