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All of Notre Dame's Statues that were Removed Before Restoration Were BEHEADED - LOOK!!!
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In the soak the government business, this is called 'billable hours'.
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The Video Authorities Don’t Want You To See: Mystery Person & Flash Of Light Before Notre Dame Cathedral Fire.
http://dcwhispers.com/the-video-authorit...mbfrb90.97



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Damn strange! I have no idea why they would do this! V6sRZf4
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It looks like the heads were removable, because they were cast.. in pieces....

Close up photograph of apostle statues on the roof next to the spire at Notre Dame

https://www.eutouring.com/images_notre_dame.html


Saint Thomas on the spire, resembling Viollet-le-Duc

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eug%C3%A8n...is_086.jpg

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eug%C3%A8n...let-le-Duc
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(04-19-2019, 12:45 PM)Dark Moon Wrote: The Video Authorities Don’t Want You To See: Mystery Person & Flash Of Light Before Notre Dame Cathedral Fire.
http://dcwhispers.com/the-video-authorit...mbfrb90.97





There are a few videos out there that show suspicious activity on ND before or during the fire and as far as I know, NONE have been addressed by the authorities or media. They simply refuse to consider - despite hundreds of churches being attacked in France in the year before, and some being burned in the preceding MONTH - that this could be ARSON. They just won't even consider this publicly.
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(04-19-2019, 12:55 PM)hurchel Wrote: It looks like the heads were removable, because they were cast.. in pieces....

Close up photograph of apostle statues on the roof next to the spire at Notre Dame

https://www.eutouring.com/images_notre_dame.html


Saint Thomas on the spire, resembling Viollet-le-Duc

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eug%C3%A8n...is_086.jpg

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eug%C3%A8n...let-le-Duc


If you look at the pic in the article, you can clearly see that the heads were cut off, torched off, at the neck, leaving large scorch marks. If there were a mechanism to remove the heads, they wouldn't have had to do this. These were deliberately decapitated and disfigured. I don't know how they thought the heads would go back on with no evidence of the scorch marks later. I just don't think we're ever going to see these statues in public again. Just like I don't think ND will be rebuilt as a Christian church. In fact, I'm betting there will be another "accident" to destroy the rest of it.
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(04-19-2019, 11:51 AM)Blessed EV Wrote:
(04-19-2019, 11:44 AM)Farm Hand Wrote: https://mobile.twitter.com/ARCA_artcrime...2659070977

Not buying the use of cutting torches to restore 150 year old statues.  They're not farm equipment.

How odd.

Not really. Whenever there is a huge societal upheaval all of the relics of the past are defaced or destroyed.
If these pictures and reports are not fake,I think we all know what has happened.
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(04-19-2019, 12:55 PM)hurchel Wrote: It looks like the heads were removable, because they were cast.. in pieces....

Close up photograph of apostle statues on the roof next to the spire at Notre Dame

https://www.eutouring.com/images_notre_dame.html


Saint Thomas on the spire, resembling Viollet-le-Duc

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eug%C3%A8n...is_086.jpg

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eug%C3%A8n...let-le-Duc

If that's true,why the need for torches? 1dunno1
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(04-19-2019, 01:16 PM)Mehitable Wrote:
(04-19-2019, 12:55 PM)hurchel Wrote: It looks like the heads were removable, because they were cast.. in pieces....

Close up photograph of apostle statues on the roof next to the spire at Notre Dame

https://www.eutouring.com/images_notre_dame.html


Saint Thomas on the spire, resembling Viollet-le-Duc

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eug%C3%A8n...is_086.jpg

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eug%C3%A8n...let-le-Duc


If you look at the pic in the article, you can clearly see that the heads were cut off, torched off, at the neck, leaving large scorch marks. If there were a mechanism to remove the heads, they wouldn't have had to do this.  These were deliberately decapitated and disfigured. I don't know how they thought the heads would go back on with no evidence of the scorch marks later.  I just don't think we're ever going to see these statues in public again. Just like I don't think ND will be rebuilt as a Christian church.  In fact, I'm betting there will be another "accident" to destroy the rest of it.


I saw your pictures, I saw the heads removed at the collar, I put a picture that showed the collar marks on one of the apostles..

I believe the heads were removed because of the sheer weight of the statue and the cast parts were not strong enough to hold the sculpture to transport...

The Technique of bronzing... Excerpt...


Since the physical properties of bronze do not allow large solid casting, the use of solid wax models limited the founder to casting very small figures. To deal with this problem, the ancient Greeks adopted the process of hollow lost-wax casting to make large, freestanding bronze statues. Typically, large-scale sculpture was cast in several pieces, such as the head, torso, arms, and legs. In the direct process of hollow wax casting, the sculptor first builds up a clay core of the approximate size and shape of the intended statue. With large statues, an armature normally made of iron rods is used to help stabilize this core. The clay core is then coated with wax, and vents are added to facilitate the flow of molten metal and allow gases to escape, which ensures a uniform

https://www.metmuseum.org/TOAH/HD/grbr/hd_grbr.htm

Examples of copper weight and the structures underneath...

https://www.copper.org/education/liberty...sign3.html
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(04-19-2019, 11:56 AM)Mehitable Wrote:
(04-19-2019, 11:44 AM)Farm Hand Wrote: https://mobile.twitter.com/ARCA_artcrime...2659070977

Not buying the use of cutting torches to restore 150 year old statues.  They're not farm equipment.


Ah....but they did  - you can see the scorch marks on the close-ups.  Now I don't believe that would be a normal way of removing these statues for storage - in fact, I don't think they would remove the heads at all.  You'd protect these and cushion them, you wouldn't torch the damned heads off, LOL, who would believe this shit?  How would you re-attach the heads with no scorch marks showing?

YUP!
If they were properly removed it would have NOT been with A TORCH, there are many other more precise ways to do that, only a dumbass would do it like that or a sick freak like a muslim.
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