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Thursday, 11 September 2014

13th Anniversary 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony

Thirteen years have passed and while globally multitudes of people remember that fateful day, the pain, loss and grieving is still very raw for people who lost their loved ones.


Today the landscape has been transformed. The people who lost their lives are not going to be forgotten. There are peoplewho surely understand so much more than we do. What we all know is when a life is taken in the most traumatic way, we are not meant to forget. Life is very precious.

To quote the Daily Mail headlines read full article in the link below.

Tribute: President Barack Obama, flanked by Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, left, and Joint Chefs Chairman General Martin Dempsey, speaks at the Pentagon on Thursday as he marks the 13th anniversary of the attacks on September 11, 2001. He paid tribute to the strength of the victims' families and loved ones


'America stands tall and America stands proud': Obama pays tribute to the strength of families who lost loved ones in 9/11 on the 13th anniversary of the attacks

  • President Obama led the tributes to the nearly 3,000 people who died on September 11, 2001 as he spoke outside the Pentagon on Thursday - and vowed to make American even stronger'
  • A name-reading ceremony is underway at Memorial Plaza in Manhattan for victims' families and survivors
  • A ceremony of remembrance will also take place at Flight 93 National Memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania 
  • Memorial Plaza will be open to the public for the first time on September 11
  • The Tribune in Light - two beams of light marking where the towers once stood - will illuminate the skies over the Financial District from sunset to early Friday on morning'

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Somber: President Obama, his wife Michelle and Vice President Joe Biden led the moment of silence in remembrance for 9/11 outside the White House on Thursday

Ceremony: Following his speech, Obama laid a wreath outside the Pentagon to mark the 13th anniversary

Ceremony: Following his speech, Obama laid a wreath outside the Pentagon to mark the 13th anniversary

Silence: Members of the New York Police Department, Fire Department of New York and Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police Department carry an American flag at the beginning of the memorial observances on the 13th anniversary of the terror attacks in New York on Thursday 

Silence: Members of the New York Police Department, Fire Department of New York and Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police Department carry an American flag at the beginning of the memorial observances on the 13th anniversary of the terror attacks in New York on Thursday 
Everyday fight: Mrs Braut holds a photograph of Patrice, her only son after three failed pregnancies. Patrice worked in technology at the World Trade Center

Heartbroken, Paola Braut holds a photograph of her only son Patrice, her only son. Patrice worked in technology at the World Trade Center

Pained: In New York, Maria Cioccone places a flower in the inscribed name of her son Alex along the edge of the North Pool during memorial services on Thursday

Pained: In New York, Maria Cioccone places a flower in the inscribed name of her son Alex along the edge of the North Pool during memorial services on Thursday
Loved: In New York, white roses are placed in an inscribed name along the edge of the North Pool during memorial observances

Loved: In New York, white roses are placed in an inscribed name along the edge of the North Pool during memorial observances Robert Clinton Kennedy. Underneath is the name partly seen Joseph Celic 

Two famous named in America - Clinton and Kennedy are shown here.


Sadness: A woman places a flower on one of the benches of the Pentagon Memorial at the Pentagon ahead of Obama's wreath-laying ceremony 

Sadness: A woman places a flower on one of the benches of the Pentagon Memorial at the Pentagon ahead of Obama's wreath-laying ceremony 

Prayers: Albert Biatta, of Queens, New York, prays while standing front of the inscribed name of his uncle Antoine Biatta at the edge of the North Pool

Prayers: Albert Biatta, of Queens, New York, prays while standing front of the inscribed name of his uncle Antoine Biatta at the edge of the North Pool


The North South divide is an expression used in England. In this
horrific catastrophe not only were people united in their grief, the world was united with the shock and grief for the most terrible way of the loss of life. This most horrific situation still pains people today, continues to bind people together and strengthens the believing people who continue to pray to understand God's Will and the right way.

Never forgetting: Port Authority Police Assistant Chief Norma Hardy rings the bell to signify the collapse of the first tower at the site of the World Trade Center

Quote: Never forgetting: Port Authority Police Assistant Chief Norma Hardy rings the bell to signify the collapse of the first tower at the site of the World Trade Center.

Crowds: Firefighter bagpipers attend a ceremony at the 9/11 memorial in Exchange Place, New Jersey

Crowds: Firefighter bagpipers attend a ceremony at the 9/11 memorial in Exchange Place, New Jersey
New beginning: Until a few months ago, the part of New York where crowds will gather on Thursday to mark the 13th anniversary had been mostly fenced off

Quote: New beginning: Until a few months ago, the part of New York where crowds will gather on Thursday to mark the 13th anniversary had been mostly fenced off

United States Navy veteran Richard Fill, of Easton, Penn., looks up at 1 World Trade Center during a moment of silence on the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014, in New York. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow)

Quote: Standing strong: United States Navy veteran Richard Fill, of Easton, Pennsylvania, looks up at 1 World Trade Center during a moment of silence
Tribute: A large American flag is unfurled at the Pentagon on Thursday morning. A ceremony will be held there later on Thursday 

Remembering abroad:  US Marine Sgt. Courtney Jones, from Palm Springs, California, is pictured with an Israeli solder as they carry a wreath towards the  memorial for the '9/11' victims during a ceremony marking the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, held near Motza, Israel, just west of Jerusalem

Quote Remembering abroad: US Marine Sgt. Courtney Jones, from Palm Springs, California, is pictured with an Israeli solder as they carry a wreath towards the memorial for the '9/11' victims during a ceremony marking the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, held near Motza, Israel, just west of Jerusalem

Augusta Richmond County Firefighters bow their heads during a moment of prayer at a remembrance ceremony honoring victims in Augusta, Georgia

Quote Augusta Richmond County Firefighters bow their heads during a moment of prayer at a remembrance ceremony honoring victims in Augusta, Georgia



Joseph Eck, a student in the Law Enforcement Police Science Program at the West Side Career and Technology Center in Pringle, Pa., carries a wreath during a ceremony Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014, honoring the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. (AP Photo/The Citizens' Voice,  Mark Moran)  MANDATORY CREDIT

Quote Quiet: Joseph Eck, left, a student at the West Side Career and Technology center in Pringle, Pennsylvania carries a wreath during a ceremony on Thursday, while his classmates, right, present colors at the event


Students in the Law Enforcement Police Science Program at the West Side Career Technology Center in Pringle, Pa., present the colors during a ceremony Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014,  honoring the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. (AP Photo/The Citizens' Voice, Mark Moran)  MANDATORY CREDIT

Taking a moment: TSA officer Alma Pryor reads as TSA officials hold a brief memorial  at the Corpus Christi International Airport in Corpus Christi, Texas

Taking a moment: TSA officer Alma Pryor reads as TSA officials hold a brief memorial at the Corpus Christi International Airport in Corpus Christi, Texas (Corpus Christi means Body of Christ)

This little light of mine: 40 lights, in memory of the 40 passengers and crew of Flight 93, are carried to the Wall of Names at the memorial in Shanksville on Wednesday

Quote This little light of mine: 40 lights, in memory of the 40 passengers and crew of Flight 93, are carried to the Wall of Names at the memorial in Shanksville on Wednesday

Memorials: A firefighter looks at a memorial mural on the outside of firehouse Engine 10 Company 10 adjacent to the World Trade Center in New York. Three hundred and forty three New York firefighters were killed in the terrorist attacks


Quote Memorials: A firefighter looks at a memorial mural on the outside of firehouse Engine 10 Company 10 adjacent to the World Trade Center in New York. Three hundred and forty three New York firefighters were killed in the terrorist attacks

Presenting colors: Visitors to the Flight 93 National Memorial hold a giant flag as they participate in a sunset memorial service Wednesday

Quote Presenting colors: Visitors to the Flight 93 National Memorial hold a giant flag as they participate in a sunset memorial service Wednesday


Master of ceremonies: Keith E. Newlin of the National Park Service leads a tour of the construction site of the Flight 93 Visitors Center Complex overlooking the crash site


Quote Master of ceremonies: Keith E. Newlin of the National Park Service leads a tour of the construction site of the Flight 93 Visitors Center Complex overlooking the crash site'

The tall walls erected look much like those partitioning the Holy Land.

Under construction: A visitor center and learning center are being built on a plateau overlooking the crash site

QuoteUnder construction: A visitor center and learning center are being built on a plateau overlooking the crash site

Hallowed ground: This is the view from the Flight 93 Visitors Center Complex, of the impact area, marked by the boulder, center rear, of Flight 93 

Quote Hallowed ground: This is the view from the Flight 93 Visitors Center Complex, of the impact area, marked by the boulder, center rear, of Flight 93 

What lessons are there to learn from these tradegries in history? War games that are taken  outside from board games being played out in real life with real vehicles and people - costing lives and destruction - the winner does not take all in this case.

Days before the 9/11 impact I had a headache that could not be explained. Myinner guidance said something terrible was going to happen. I do not know where or how. Calling someone who happend to be an astologer, asking is there anything happening planetary - he spoke of an allignment GRAND CROSS I recall him mentioning Jupiter and Pluto = endings and new beginings. 

From then I hoped there would be nowar and retaliation. I turned on the news to see if anything would be reported...and upon the first sight of a plan impact 'I knew this was it' On the second impact hearing 'this is a smokescreen' and repeating this I did not even understand. 

Three buildings came down on their own footprint - 1, 2 and building 7. Also the Greek Orthodox Church was demolished. The church being in a legal dispute for  years since too, mirroring my experience in UK. After learning of this,  the 7 churches of revelation came to mind -  the destruction of the Greek Orthodox Church was not discovered until recent years.

It was only a couple of years ago I was guided to read that tens and thousands of birth and marriagerecords went up in smoke that day. The devils face in the smoke showed this was an act of the darkest intentions...But the names of the people will remain. 

 Earlier in the year a five year old had a dream of Jesus standing next to a tall tower. He said there was a clock with 10;o'clock - the child could not even read the time and so Jesus must have told him. He said Jesus gave him a photograph of two tigers fighting and told him he was very brave and courageous. The child was guided to give me this message. 

After the collapse of the World Trade Centre- what was to be replaced ws one tower named the Freedom Tower. This then became the One World Trade Centre....There is in our shops 'Fair Trade' goods named. 

From my understanding Jesus was showing the child that fighting is taking place between two tigers...and yet there will not be any fighting under his authority. The World Trade Centre complex was built on the PORT Authority. Has there been arguments about AirPORTS and sea Ports Control and trading...What are the wars that have taken place been really all about?

Struggle: Janice Lynch, of Queens, becomes emotional as she pauses at the inscription of her friend Patricia Massani's name at the North Pool

Quote Struggle: Janice Lynch, of Queens, becomes emotional as she pauses at the inscription of her friend Patricia Massani's name at the North Pool

From what can be seen, it is not known if this memorial is made out of steel. This lady carries the name Janice- a woman who married myfather and set out to corrupt the laws and law courts in England and Greece. How anyone could be so blind to consequences 'where wars have been fought and mutlitudes of innocents died because people lust after power and wealth, when there is none!

Perhaps the destruction of the towers had more value to the enemy because these buildings housed a lot of information that was to be destoyed forever including names and documents about people. This destruction gave reason to  highlight the names and survivors who will bring the truth to what is important to everyone are the family and friends around the world, we grieve with you.

Fallen: A card honoring attack victim Jennifer Kane sits at the 9/11 Memorial in the Public Gardens during a ceremony in Boston commemorating the anniversary

Names that stand out -Christine, Peter, Burton, John, James, Holland, Aaron, Jacobs, Ariel, Jason, Kane, Robin, David, Kathryn to name but a few - how many of these names are connected with biblical history and even know names since. 

The Holland America connection was made long ago, in ships - cruise liners too. 

Roses have been symbolic of Royals, here is seen a red roses with gypsy grass to show the connection. The white hydrangea comes from the Greek “hydor,” meaning water, and “angos,” meaning jar or vessel - a symbol for friendship and devotion. White represents understanding A pale peach and pink rose can be seen with buds of other flowers. A lady next to the flag of America - what can be seen are 13 stars - there are thirteen tribes back in the ancient times bound together with one rose. This is revealed.

In the Holy Bible are documented names of the tribes and their genealogy. Above names are now written in stone. These people are not meant to be forgotten. The people whose names are written in steel are a reminder of the wars with the swords - the Game of Thrones being releasedthese years has shown there is an Iron Throne connected with the 7 Kingdoms. Is this all a myth?

We are meant to remember ancient history and promises made to people.

One day there will be no more war and no more retaliation.

Peace be with you
Pauline Maria

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