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89,750.  Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it.  Michelangelo

 

 

98,050.  To actually topple a statue is no mean feat.  Anybody who’s seen the footage of the Statue of Saddam Hussein being brought down by American marines during the Gulf War will understand the scale of the task.  (Art & Revolution & France & Statue)  Richard Clay, The French Revolution: Tearing Up History, BBC 2016

 

98,051.  Statues of kings were toppling across the city … The statue was as hollow as the power of kings … All royal symbols were at risk.  (Art & Revolution & France & Statue)  ibid.

 

 

89,743.  In sixteenth century England a full-sized wooden statue of Jesus Christ overawed people by coming to life.  The statue was known as the Holy Cross of Grace or the Rude of Grace.  Ancient Discoveries: Secret Science of the Occult

 

89,744.  Exactly how the monks manipulated the mechanism is not clear.  ibid.

 

 

22,638.  The last time I was inside a woman was when I visited the Statue of Liberty.  (GBH Films & Sex & Woman & Statue of Liberty)  Crimes and Misdemeanors 1989 starring Woody Allen & Martin Landau & Anjelica Huston & Mia Farrow & Alan Alda & Jerry Orbach & Joanna Gleason & Claire Bloom & Sam Waterston & Caroline Aaron et al, director Woody Allen

 

 

28,482.  It takes twenty-five years for Liberty to oxidise and turn green.  (United States & Statue of Liberty)  America: The Story of the US: Cities e7

 

 

36,206.  The most obvious symbol of the Illuminati through history has been the torch or the lighted torch of the flame – the illuminated ones, the Illuminati.  Now the most famous illuminated torch in the world is the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor.  (Illuminati & Statue of Liberty)  David Icke

 

 

89,745.  Well I did hear a rumour that the Statue of Liberty has been brought in for questioning.  She may be with Al Qaeda.  (Statue & Arrest & Rumour)  Alex Jones, Terrorstorm

 

 

89,746.  The Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor was presented in 1884 as a gift from the French Grand Orient Temple Masons to the Masons of America in celebration of the centenary of the first Masonic Republic.  She is holding that Masonic ‘Torch of Enlightenment’, also referred to back in the 1700s by the Illuminati Masons as the ‘Flaming Torch of Reason’.  The torch represents the sun in the sky.  13 Masonic Secrets

 

 

89,747.  Close by is another statue donated by the French Grand Orient Temple Masons to the Masons of America, celebrating the first Masonic Republic called the United States of America.  Ring of Power

 

 

89,748.  The greatest symbol of American democracy hides a secret message ... a coded symbol meant for a chosen few ... members of the Illuminati.  Brad Meltzer’s Decoded: Statue of Liberty s1e3

 

89,749.  There are about six million freemasons in the world today.  (Statue & Freemasonry)  ibid.

 

 

89,751.  And you have to remember that I came to America as an immigrant.  You know, on a ship, through the Statue of Liberty.  And I saw that skyline, not just as a representation of steel and concrete and glass, but as really the substance of the American Dream.  Daniel Libeskind

 

 

89,753.  The Statue of Liberty is no longer saying, ‘Give me your poor, your tired, your huddled masses.’  She’s got a baseball bat and yelling, ‘You want a piece of me?’  Robin Williams

 

 

89,754.  Since September 11, 2001 I have often thought that perhaps it was fortunate for the world that the attackers targeted the World Trade Center instead of the Statue of Liberty, for if they had destroyed our sacred symbol of democracy I fear we as Americans would have been unable to keep ourselves from indulging in paroxysms of revenge of a sort the world has never seen before.  If that had happened, it would have befouled the meaning of the Statue of Liberty beyond any hope of subsequent redemption – if there were any people left to care. I have learned from my students that this upsetting thought of mine is subject to several unfortunate misconstruals, so let me expand on it to ward them off.  The killing of thousands of innocents in the World Trade Center was a heinous crime, much more evil than the destruction of the Statue of Liberty would have been.  And, yes, the World Trade Center was a much more appropriate symbol of al Qaeda’s wrath than the Statue of Liberty would have been, but for that very reason it didn’t mean as much, as a symbol, to us.  It was Mammon and Plutocrats and Globalization, not Lady Liberty.  Daniel Dennett, Breaking the Spell 2006

 

 

89,755.  You have set up in New York Harbor a monstrous idol which you call Liberty.  The only thing that remains to complete that monument is to put on its pedestal the inscription written by Dante on the gate of hell: ‘All hope abandon ye who enter here’.  George Bernard Shaw, The Future of Political Science in America p7–8 1933

 

 

89,756.  The Statue of Liberty means everything.  We take it for granted today.  We take it for granted.  Remember the Statue of Liberty stands for what America is.  We as Democrats have to remind ourselves and remind the country the great principles we stand for.  This is a place of protection.  This is not a country of bullies.  We are not an empire.  We are the light.  We are the Statue of Liberty.  Jerry Springer, speech 2003 cited ‘This American Life’

 

 

99,087.  The true passion of artist Michaelangelo was stone.  Above all he was a sculptor.  And throughout his long life he was obsessed with carving one particular image – a mother holding her dying son in her arms, la Pieta.  (Artist & Sculpture & Statue)  Michelangelo's Pietas, Sky Arts 2016

 

99,088.  ‘Find the life that sleeps within the marble.’  (Artist & Sculpture & Statue)  ibid.   

 

99,089.  His three great statues of the Pietas.  (Artist & Sculpture & Statue)  ibid.      

 

 

113,719.  ‘The statue is only a symbol.  The statue is only copper and granite and steel and iron.  It’s what it speaks to us about.  What it makes us feel inside that’s so important.  We are all the beneficiaries of those who have gone before us.’  Ken Burns’ Statue of Liberty, PBS, David McCullough

 

113,720.  In the autumn of 1875 in a quiet residential street in Paris where nothing much had ever happened work began on a statue unlike ever built before.  It would be gift from the people of France to the people of the United States, and it would celebrate an ideal: Liberty.  ibid.

 

113,721.  She was proclaimed a modern cathedral; Freemasons were delighted.  ibid.

 

 

131,356.  It was one of the most remarkable finds in modern archaeology: the giant statue of a pharaoh buried deep beneath a Cairo suburb.  But this was a king unlike any other.  Experts believe they have found the colossus of a game-changing Egyptian pharaoh.  He was a Pharaoh that rescued his crumbling country from vicious invaded, brought a new golden era to ancient Egypt and left a legacy that shaped Western civilisation for millennia.  (Egypt & Archaeology & Statue)  The Pharaoh in the Suburbs, Channel 5 2019

 

131,357.  Ramasses the Great: In the 13th century BC he ruled Egypt for 66 years … and left vast monuments to himself throughout the land.  (Egypt & Archaeology & Statue)  ibid.   

 

131,358.  Moved to its new home at the Cairo museum where archaeologists could finally get a closer look … But a series of hieroglyphs revealed a name almost erased from history.  (Egypt & Archaeology & Statue)  ibid.

 

131,359.  ‘A pharaoh we know today as Psamtik I.  This is a name almost unknown except to Egyptologists.’  (Egypt & Archaeology & Statue)  ibid.  archaeologist

 

131,360.  The pharaoh had become an international statesman … Psamtik was now trading with his Mediterranean neighbours and Egypt had a wealth of assets to export … Once again Egypt was the most powerful country in the Mediterranean.  So how did the greatest symbol of this revered leader end up discarded in a muddy hole, shattered in a thousand pieces?  (Egypt & Archaeology & Statue)  ibid.