I was looking for some new information on the Arch of Triumph at the Hague and apparently it’s posted already…kind of. Today is October 5th, 2018 and I found 2 articles dated October 17th, 2018? That’s 12 days away. They must be time travelers.
Not sure what’s up with that but when I hit the link, it says access denied. I guess I’m not authorized for that page.
So why would the date of an article on Google be posted 10 days prior to the actual event. I find that strange.
Now when I did find a few articles on the Arch being at the Hague, there were 2 specific sites that were named for the Arch being set up at. I went ahead and screenshot the websites but I will also post the links just in case they disappear. The first site mentions the International Peace Palace and how it’s tied to a special event. The link is here.
The Nudge Summit will take place in the international Peace Palace in The Hague, The Netherlands. It is the seat of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, the International Court of Justice, the The Hague Academy of International Law, the Peace Palace Library and Carnegie Foundation.
You can see that by their own admission, this Peace Palace is their “temple”. It seems the Arch of “peace” may be placed at the “temple of peace”. The link is here.
As you can see, the Peace Palace is near water and has that infamous clock tower present just like the other sites. The official date in the media for this Arch in The Hague is from October 17th to November 5th. Notice that the site above says the official opening ceremony is October 16th, the day before.
“The Peace Palace – the home of the International Court of Justice, the principal judicial organ of the United Nations. The Hague is recognised globally as the home of international justice and accountability. The United Nations greatly appreciates the hospitality offered by the Government of the Netherlands and the City of The Hague to the many courts and tribunals established by or with the assistance of the United Nations. These bodies, and the many other organisations working in The Hague, play a central role in the peaceful resolution of international disputes. They are integral to realising the promise of the UN Charter and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.”
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
Something else does happen on October 16th at this peace Palace. It is called the nudge Summit and it is for young adults from 23 to 33 years old. It is an event to groom the future leadership. In my opinion, this would be the place to have the Arch that spiritually would affect these 23-33 year olds. Also notice there ages. The link is here.
Before I go on to the other suggested sites, let me show you some architecture of the Peace Palace. At the entrance you have an eternal flame representing that everlasting flame of “peace”. Notice it looks like a keyhole.
Then you get to the front gate where you see the goddess Justita. She is called Lady Justice and represents the moral force of the judicial system.
“Justitia has become a symbol of Justice in western culture. She is usually depicted holding a sword and scales, She is also often depicted with a blindfold, meant to symbolize a lack of prejudice demanded by justice, that justice is blind — though the blindfold is attributed to Fortuna, the goddess of luck, in Roman mythology. Justitia is the equivalent of the Greek goddess Dike, though she also borrows attributes from Dike’s mother, Themis.” (http://www.ancient-mythology.com/roman/justitia.php)
In my opinion they are very similar to Columbia, who we saw a standing on top of the US Capital building in view of the Arch. I think these goddesses of “liberty and justice” are all interchangeable. Different names for different cultures but the same spirit. Remember, I believe there was a sexual union between this divine feminine “goddess” and divine masculine “god” that took place at the National Mall and the Arch was a sort of Axis Mundi to make this happen. Symbolucally and spiritually speaking.
This brings us to the Themis the mother connection mentioned above. There is a statue located at the entrance hall of the Peace Palace. When you first open the doors this is what you see. I found where someone believed it was the goddess Justitia, but I believe the statue may actually be Themis, the mother of Dike. And we all know what a dyke is right?
Notice how this feminine statue looks masculine. I thought it was a man at first but it is a female. This is the mother of Dike.
Themis (/ˈθiːmɪs//; Ancient Greek: Θέμις) is an ancient Greek Titaness. She is described as “[the Lady] of good counsel”, and is the personification of divine order, fairness, law, natural law, and custom. Her symbols are the Scales of Justice, tools used to remain balanced and pragmatic. Themis means “divine law” rather than human ordinance, literally “that which is put in place”, from the Greek verb títhēmi (τίθημι), meaning “to put”.” (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Themis)
I hope your seeing the symbolism here. Themis was the consort of Zeus and witnessed the birth of Apollo. If we indeed did see a union at the National Mall, then we may see a symbolic birth at the Peace Temple. That is, if the Arch goes here. It may not even go here but if it does then we know why. We just have to wait and see.
The second possible placement that is mentioned is the Lange Voorhout. It is a tree lived street so that “ordinary people…can touch it and engage with it”. You can see its near water and another Art gallery, just like the National Mall. The link is here.
What is so strange about this is that there is an image (Photoshopped obviously) of the Arch vieled under a canopy standing in this area. And notice the entrance is facing us. Very strange they would do this. The link is here.
Now in a video by MrCati, he speculates that it could be set up in front of the International Criminal Court. Now this pace is strange in itself. It looks like a prison surrounded by a mote. Not a place I’d want to have “jury duty” at.
So where is it going to be at exactly? None of us know until October 16th but there are a few hints for us. Until we find out where it’s at, then we can find the significance of the symbolism.
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