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Saturday, 28 September 2013

Le Monde en Marche - Gare du Nord, Paris

The making and installation of a sculpture by Fabien Chalon. In the first video the initiation of inspiration is shown forming on paper, while sitting on the floor. Fabien Chalon is grounded and yet has perspective and is inspired to bring people's awareness on their journey in life to a greater perspective of consideration.

"LE MONDE EN MARCHE" Une Sculpture Monumentale... by PetiteMaisonProduction

While everything that we can see is for a reason and purpose, there are people who notice and people who do not. There are people who actually deter their company from looking, if preoccupied or in a rush. In closing the eyes and mind, we can miss what is important and relevant to know. We might learn something new from what we see.

This video upload on 26 June 2009 Gare du Nord is filmed at the Northern Station in Paris, France. The scene setting captures the people too. The music and lights plus the 'wings' of the installation moving and raising up as a whole, is stimulating the audience to consider possibilities. Everything is planned to the precise detail.

Notice there are people rushing...not looking. There are people hearing and looking around and yet they are not seeing what is illuminated in for everyone to see clearly.

Gure du Nord "North Station" is one of the six large terminus stations of the SNCF mainline network for Paris, France. With around 190 million travelers each year, it is the busiest railway station in Europe and outside Japan.

The first Gare du Nord was built by Bridge and Roadway Engineers on behalf of the Chemin de Fer du Nord company. Chairman of the Chemin de Fer du Nord railway company, James Mayer de Rothschild, chose French architect Jacques Ignace Hittorff to design the current station. Construction lasted from May 1861 to December 1865.

The support pillars inside the station were made at Alston & Gourley's ironworks in Glasgow in the United Kingdom, the only country with a foundry large enough for the task.

The French Scottish connection is made in this building.

A number of statues strategically standing outside the building 'Eight of the nine most majestic statues, crowning the building along the cornice line, illustrate destinations outside France, with the ninth figure of Paris in the center. Fourteen more modest statues representing northern French cities are lower on the fa├žade'

Many images on Google show this lady not holding a flag, however now she is. The lady is wearing a crown. On the floor by her side is a shield. Beside the figure, to the left is a what looks like an eagle 'the expression the eagle has landed comes to mind.

Le Monde en Marche means 'the world moving'.

Marche France 'A historical region and former province of central France. It became part of the French crown lands in 1531.'

Marche Italy 'A region of east-central Italy extending from the eastern slopes of the Apennines to the Adriatic Sea. Colonized by Rome in the 3rd century b.c., it was under papal control for much of the period from the 16th to the 19th century.'

The Costa Concordia ship that capsized, is now in the process of being raised up. To the mainland behind Rome the Apennines can be seen. And again, with any disaster and tragedy, there is also something else that is bringing our attention to the area.

In England the central region in the North West are the Pennines. This is Red Rose County, The red rose is a symbol of the House of Lancaster. The title Duke of Lancaster is given to the monarch. The House of Lancaster has origins in France - Plantagenets. The House of Plantagenet from Anjou inherited the English throne under Henry II,

The Pennines separate North West England from Yorkshire and North East England. The Pennines form a more-or-less continuous range stretching northwards from the Peak District in Derbyshire, around north and east edges of Lancashire and Greater Manchester, through the Yorkshire Dales, Cumbrian Fells to the Cheviot Hills on the Anglo-Scottish border. North of the Aire Gap, the Pennines' western spur into North Lancashire forms the Bowland Fells, and south of the gap is a spur into east Lancashire, comprising the Rossendale Fells and West Pennine Moors.

Lands and mountains have been named in history and again recently. If man has any devious plans to go against the divine plan, than in some way the right way will be returned again. In some way the truth will be made known. The connections are made clear.

If we do not notice what is happening in front of our eyes - in the sculpture, we are shown the world is moving, we are unlikely to see the world is evolving from the old to the new too. Roses come to mind 'again' and the Amaryllis -a bulb with a flower stem that grows at a fast rate. Amaryllis belladonna, is a native of the Western Cape region of South Africa. There has been 'the War of the Roses' - The way of peace without war is known.

The British Royal Sceptre holds the Star of Africa diamond, cut from the Cullinan diamond and so, this shows the successor would have to be connected to Africa too.

The recreated "Hand of Justice" at the Louvre has a mark on the back that shows this is connected with Christ. In the hand of mysteries, the thumb, index finger and second finger represent the crown, star and sun. These are pointing upwards to the heavens.

In France outside the Louvre Museum are 'transparent' glass pyramids to show everyone that the French Crown is connected to Egypt and the Pyramids. The directions - North and South are identified in people and places. The Bible identifies Queen of the South. East and West have been in history divided by the decisions of the church. Not any more.

The way of uniting people and nations in peace is exactly the same way as has happened in history. If you reject the Highest authority - this is why people lose their way.

Peace, love and best wishes
Pauline Maria

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