First look inside Notre Dame cathedral after devastating fire | ABC News

Footage from inside Notre Dame cathedral shows extensive damage after a massive fire ripped through the structure on Monday. Latest updates: https://abcn.ws/2GkuQOV

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32 thoughts on “First look inside Notre Dame cathedral after devastating fire | ABC News

  1. I heard Notre Dame was built by a satanic person called "2 horns" in French that sold his soul to the devil. Also every person entering that building will get possesd. It's confirmed. The satanic satututes surrounding the building are inhabited by demons/jinns. They watch every person entering the building.

  2. Even though it is a horrible blow, to our Lord. I love that, in the sight of a pile burnt, and charred rubble. The golden cross, remains untouched. Bright and brilliant. Keep the faith, it will endure. Just as the holy symbol of our faith survived. It should be reminder

  3. Somewhere there is a poor soul or two or three who are hiding in the closet because they are afraid. They are probably sick about this tragic accident as is many around the World….because they know what happened. They will probably avoid public outings for some time because they are afraid someone will find them out and harm them. If it is truly an accident, we all must pray for them to be strong. "I, the Lord, will forgive whom I will forgive, but of you it is required to forgive all men."

  4. From studying this I don't think they had any intention of putting the fire out.

    Now if you look back over the video footage of them putting the fire out they are only using 'two' fire-hoses one on each side of the building an hour in. Even after an hour in they are still putting it out slowly with 'two' fire-hoses.

    If they really wanted to put the fire out they would have had up to 50+ hoses to put it out as soon as possible, but this was not the case.

    Also the Notre is more or less surrounded by water and they could have pumped the water out of the river-seine, if there was not enough pumping stations.

    Also '90%' of the building was made out of stone which is not combustible, the rest was wood granted and other materials.

    Last of all they had the apostle statues removed from the Notre building 4 days before the fire. "Really?"

    They are there for hundreds of years and pull them out a few days before.

  5. Countdown 50 days from first fruits is Pentecost rapture weekend / Red Dawn ambush. Pope Francis will burn the one in Philly also to signal the end of the Church age. June 8th weekend is coming soon to America. Revelation 4: 1 come up hither.
    Obama is the antichrist.

  6. I think, as a perfect restoration as well as one that would save boatloads of money, would be to keep the damaged cielings, damaged. And by that I mean don't restore the masonry. Do something modern, contemporary, yet totally new. I was thinking something like making a "vaulted" glass cieling using a sort of glass-plate-mosaic. It would be a skylight (which is pretty godly), that blends into the stone really well. Let it be a sort of symbolic merging of two ages, a contrast of the evolution of our engineering, a visible yet beautiful scar on a church that survived 800 years, then got badly damaged in the blink of an eye. It would be a constant reminder of how life can be fleeting, yet hopeful. Maybe integrate a sort of planter along the edges where the glass meets the stone, from which foliage drops down. Not only would it be beautiful, but it could be planted with symbolic botanicals; national flowers, for example. The end result would be a seamless memorial, a symbol of humanity's strength and ability to grow from hardship.

    I have no idea if this is even feasible (I'm not an architect or engineer), but it sure would be cool to see.

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