You may have heard, and probably did hear  by now, that yet another old French cathedral has caught fire and burned, this time the 15th century cathedral of Saints Pierre et Paul in Nantes, destroying a priceless Cavaille-Coll organ, built by the 19th century French master organ builder, Aristide Cavaille-Coll, and ruining the cathedral's stained glass window. Yes, you can go ahead and color me very suspicious on this one. In fact, you can color me suspicious on the fire at Notre Dame as well.

As I said yesterday, "One is an accident; two is a coincidence; and three is a pattern." So far, French President Emanuel Macron has not come out with any kooky plans for turning the structure in Nantes into a greenhouse or some other nutty monument to secularism and globalism, but give him time; after all, according to him, there's no such thing as French culture. (Perhaps he's already burning the telephone wires in consultation with Nuttyfornia Governor Gavin Gruesome on what to do with the structure. I say that only half in jest, because the insanity of these people just keeps getting more and more bizarre.)

So far, if we're following that rather simplistic aphorism, we're in "coincidence" territory.

Except this time we may not be talking about a mere coincidence or accident, according to this article shared by V.T:

Arson suspected in fire at 15th-century Nantes cathedral

A local prosecutor said three fires were started at the St Peter and St Paul Cathedral and authorities were treating the incident as a criminal act. An investigation has been opened.

Firefighters brought the blaze under control after several hours, but smoke was still coming out of the Gothic structure late on Saturday morning.

The blaze comes just over a year after a massive fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris destroyed its roof and main spire.

“After Notre Dame, the St Peter and St Paul Cathedral is in flames. Support to the firemen who are taking all the risks to save the Gothic jewel,” the French president, Emmanuel Macron, tweeted from Brussels where he was attending an EU summit.


Jean-Yves Burban, who runs a newsagent facing the cathedral, said he had opened his business and heard a bang at around 7.30am. He went outside to see huge flames coming from the building.

“I am shook up because I’ve been here eight years and I see the cathedral every morning and evening,” he said. “It’s our cathedral and I’ve got tears in my eyes.” (Emphasis added)

A bang, and then flames, indicates that a pyro-technic device may have started the fires, and that implies of course not only deliberate action, but two more important things besides: (1) a basic knowledge of how to construct them, and (2) the possibility of money and organization behind it. It could, of course, have been the sort of foul deed done by a "lone nut," a kind of Lee Harvey Oswald of church-blower-uppers. But I have to wonder if even that explanation - if and when it is offered - will take into account the possibility of mind manipulation. After all, we've already seen similar actions in recent days in the USA of individuals driving cars into churches full of worshippers, and trying to start fires. All of that said, I don't think we're looking at a "copy-cat" crime, nor at someone who took last year's fire at Notre Dame as inspiration. I think we're looking at organization, and intention, and if one considers this deplorable action together with what is going on in the USA, I think that case surpasses coincidence and is into pattern territory...

...which brings me back to Notre Dame, because, yes, I am still very suspicious about that one too, for I've found no good explanation yet how the fire burned hotly enough to melt and twist the steel scaffolding around the structure, while it was not hot enough to burn the metal lead and tin, or the wooden, pipes of the organ. Granted, the fire was concentrated toward the altar end of the structure, away from the organ loft. But no heat or smoke damage to the instrument whatsoever? Sorry, I'm not buying. And we're still not being told very much how the fire started, especially with the security in the structure.

So, color me skeptical... we're not quite all the way to "3", to "pattern," but I strongly suspect we're at least at a 2.5...

But, what do you think?

See you on the flip side...

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Kevin Ryan on August 18, 2020 at 12:01 pm

    Who is minding Chartres? Many of these cathedrals are dedicated to “Our Lady.” A Christian would see this as the Virgin Mary. Look at the entrances, the vaginal vesica piscis and labial construction, the tree-like nature of interior columns, the vault, the vaginal space within the cathedral, and the builders may have had another lady, woman, Isis, Mother Earth, in mind. So attacks on these cathedrals are not simply attacks on the Church, but attacks on the idea of a Divine Feminine and the need to balance male aggression and domination with harmony, nurturing, caring, cooperation, community. We are witnessing a scorched earth agenda. A Blitzkrieg.

    • mimi on August 1, 2020 at 8:00 am

      Has it occurred to us that these are the threats and resolve of the globalists to Macron to do ‘as he is told’ or else France will look like a nuclear left over culturally.

  2. zendogbreath on July 26, 2020 at 11:17 pm


    Janet Ossebaard summarizes Q and all the conspiracies. This is Thrive industrial strength level that brings out the cannibals, pedos, all monsters compromised and all. This is worth bringing around time and again. Odd that Janet is a 23 year professional in crop circles.

  3. LSM on July 26, 2020 at 4:47 pm

    “One is an accident; two is a coincidence; and three is a pattern.”

    if one has read Mike Sparks’ incredible book “James Bond is Real” (JB was Ian Fleming) according to Ian Fleming: “once is a happenstance; twice is maybe coincidence; a third time is enemy action”-

    Larry in Germany

  4. Pierre on July 25, 2020 at 11:33 pm

    WHO is behind it all? Hint: City of London.
    to the tune of Oranges and Lemons
    Notre Dame, the St Peter and St Paul Cathedral
    L: = waterloo win, london stock exchange lose
    P: = Paris, viking/phoenecian surrendered, norman spawners.

    L: oranges and lemons said the bells of st clements
    P: who dares to name me said the bells of notre dame
    L: pay quadrillions of farthings said the bells of st martins
    P:grab mary and beat her said the bells of st peter
    L:we are the rich said the bells of shorditch
    P:you are all poor said the bells of st paul

    • anakephalaiosis on July 26, 2020 at 2:21 am

      Nero was pyromaniac burning Rome.

      Caligula was sodo-mite completely mad.

      Pope Nero Caligula is sodo-mite burning cathedrals.

      Case closed. Sherlock Holmes.

  5. Laurent on July 25, 2020 at 2:19 pm

    The road to amnesia is long and hard. These treasures are burn and destroyed in the short term for superficial political or ideological reasons but this is a process that has been underway for a very long time and is still not quite finished.
    Buddha being blown up, valley’s flooded to make way for a dam, Statues being toppled, cathedrals being burnt, universities being gutted, Classical music being disparaged.
    Regardless of the useful idiot doing the deed, the end result is Tabula Rasa, one cannot create a global order if a previous one more legitimate is still in existence. If you create chaos in every facet of people’s lives, your order will be not only accepted when it becomes available but the people will rejoice for it hold you up in esteem for bringing it forth. Whether the agenda is able to move forward in 10 years or 100 years, they already know that they have captured all agencies that would be able to create a coherent opposition except for the people which hold those more legitimate traditions in their own lives and the virus is sure to take that away soon enough.
    Who do we have today that is building for the future I wonder?

    • goshawks on July 26, 2020 at 12:37 am

      Laurent, well said! Thanks.

      “Who do we have today that is building for the future I wonder?”

      In my own personal view of what is “building for the future,” there has to be a cleaning-out from non-physical levels on down. It is like the old saying of building foundations upon stone instead of sand. Otherwise, any earth-plane changes will soon be corrupted and reversed.

      That, of course, means that the initial ‘action’ will be on the higher planes, and cascade Down Here.

      It is pretty clear that inimical forces have had their way Down Here for a long time. Perhaps, the situation Down Here has gotten so bad that we have finally been ‘heard’, and higher-level responses are kicking into action…

    • LSM on July 26, 2020 at 5:18 pm

      couldn’t agree with you more-

      as the saying goes (forget to whom it has been attributed)

      “if one accepts ugliness, degradation and desecration as “art” one leaves oneself more open to any other presented false reality”

      Larry in Germany

  6. Maatkare3114 on July 25, 2020 at 9:15 am

    Thank Shaun King for actively encouraging attacks on churches. 22 June 2020 twitter :
    Shaun King @shaunking
    Jun 22
    Replying to @shaunking
    All murals and stained glass windows of white Jesus, and his European mother, and their white friends should also come down.
    They are a gross form white supremacy.
    Created as tools of oppression.
    Racist propaganda.
    They should all come down.

    This hate speech has been allowed to remain on twitter when other posts judged to be ‘hate speech’ have been removed.

  7. marcos toledo on July 24, 2020 at 7:33 pm

    Thanks, Joseph for bringing up the Anti-Catholic events in the CSA. We might as well bring up the Hagia Sophia in Turkey as well. Looks like that heresy Christianity has outlived its usefulness to our masters. What will be their tool of control now wacky Islam or something more god offal?

    • Billy Bob on July 24, 2020 at 8:51 pm

      I think the go forward model is called the “Internet of Things”…we know who you are, where you are and what your doing…belief ideas are no longer in vogue.

    • Guinevere on July 24, 2020 at 9:35 pm

      I don’t know about this cathedral, but I had heard that Notre Dame had been the location of Satanic rituals (AKA Vatican-style “party”) and the ND fire was intended to stop another sacrifice during Easter week. Sorry to be vague but did hear this from reliable person. Whatever is happening it is not good and a tragic loss of these beautiful cathedrals.

      • anakephalaiosis on July 25, 2020 at 1:54 am

        Satanic pope is not, and never has been, Christian. Pope is, and has always been, a pretender.

        When papacy is threatened, it lashes out, to diverts attention away from its mafia crimes, by burning cathedrals.

        Like a child, that burns down the house, in an attempt to cover up, that it has stolen from the cookie jar.

        Julius Caesar’s mafia seeks to ignite war in Europe. Old story.

      • LSM on July 26, 2020 at 5:27 pm

        start with maybe the Vatican as being a central point of satanic rituals- the spider is almost always at the center of the web

  8. DanaThomas on July 24, 2020 at 12:10 pm

    A Rwandan “refugee” working for the diocese has been arrested, we’ll see how the story develops.

  9. Robert Barricklow on July 24, 2020 at 11:58 am

    Macron is the iconic puppet of the NWO in my minds eye. Nearly always having his foot suddenly jerked into his mouth; w/o the appropriate strings being attached to prevent it.
    Notre Dame the causa sine qua non of church burnings.
    France: the liberty, fraternity, equality canon; against technocracy’s covid1984 symbolic slave masks & distancing mind nooses.
    Whatever currency vaccines Macron & Gavin have been injecting and updating, are certainly proof that their is something in the pudding. Perhaps a shade too much, 86 proof?
    No question of a spiritual nemesis is afoot.

    White Rabbit

    • Robert Barricklow on July 24, 2020 at 3:01 pm

      In my mind’s eye;
      the enemy is targeting churches
      as another, of countless covid1984
      Crisis Zone$ of Opportunity.

  10. Roger on July 24, 2020 at 11:43 am

    Someone doesn’t like tourists. Pretty soon there won’t be anything there worth visiting to see.

    • Roger on July 24, 2020 at 11:45 am

      Unless they plan on building crazy elaborate mosques to reflect the future culture instead.

  11. Katie B on July 24, 2020 at 8:19 am

    I wonder if any organic matter is being burnt in these cathedrals at the same time?
    Look at the picture.

  12. FiatLux on July 24, 2020 at 7:27 am

    Coincidence? Doubtful. (The French media, so far, is reporting the fire started in three places inside the cathedral, at/near three electrical installations, and that an investigation is in progress.)
    I see it as part of a pattern in France–and the rest of the Western world–of assaulting European history, religion, and civilization. One tactic is to make people of European origin (basically, white folk) dislike themselves and, by extension, their own culture and history.
    I never bought any “coincidence theory” regarding the fire at Notre Dame in Paris either. Consider what that cathedral represents: Paris (the capital, thus the nation and nation-state of France); the Christian church (the historical religion of that nation); the height of Gothic architecture (Western art and culture); and the faith that’s the traditional rival of Islam, the latter having grown tremendously in France. If you were looking for a “Twin Towers” that represents the capital of the country, in order to create a psychological effect similar-ish to that of 9/11, it’s hard to think of a more appropriate place than Notre Dame–which, coincidentally or not, itself has two towers…

  13. anakephalaiosis on July 24, 2020 at 6:08 am

    Last time, pope Nero Caligula set Europe ablaze, the smoke lasted 200 years, and stopped, when the Virginia Slave Codes of 1705 were ratified.

    It was the turning point, when oligarchy established itself overseas, defining civilian servants and beast of burden, and thus a new papal empire was born.

    For pope Nero Caligula to become the holy father solution, he needs to cause a problem, and manipulate a reaction. This is standard Jesuit handbook for Molotovs.

    Pope Nero Caligula is the true founding father of America, hovering over Mount Rushmore.

    • anakephalaiosis on July 24, 2020 at 6:14 am


      Donald cut way out of uterus,
      and nominated potus,
      as Mickey Mouse
      in White House,
      in cartoon humorous.

  14. goshawks on July 24, 2020 at 5:42 am

    In my years of studying history, I have noted that the PTB like to destroy any culture’s deep history. Contrast current library holdings on history versus those of 20-30 years ago. Consider the Maoist ‘Cultural Revolution’ which did irreparable damage to cultural artifacts. Note the non-protection of ancient Tells. Etc. All part of a pattern of up-rooting cultures from their past. This creates ‘space’ for programming of now-malleable citizens.

    I submit that the Cathedral burnings probably fall under this program…

    • goshawks on July 24, 2020 at 6:46 am

      Speaking of canceling the culture, it appears that John Muir is going to be the latest ‘hero’ to be trashed:

    • FiatLux on July 24, 2020 at 6:57 am

      Yep. In fact, it makes me think of the line from the original (ironically, French) version of the anarchist/socialist hymn “The Internationale” that goes “du passé faisons table rase.” To translate: “let’s make a clean slate of the past.” Or to paraphrase: “let’s erase history.”

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