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Bee hives of Notre-Dame in miraculous survival

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freetoroam

Good for the bees that  they survived,  as to where the sacristry is situated, it was posible. Only thing is i so nothing on the drone video showing bees.

 

 

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Captain Risky
19 minutes ago, freetoroam said:

Good for the bees that  they survived,  as to where the sacristry is situated, it was posible. Only thing is i so nothing on the drone video showing bees.

it is good news. i read that symbolically the bee is the symbol of Jesus Christ. good omen. 

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RoofGardener
55 minutes ago, Captain Risky said:

it is good news. i read that symbolically the bee is the symbol of Jesus Christ. good omen. 

Really ? I hadn't heard that before. 

I thought his symbol was the Fish ? 

Still, it's nice to hear that they survived. 

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freetoroam
1 hour ago, Captain Risky said:

it is good news. i read that symbolically the bee is the symbol of Jesus Christ. good omen. 

Not being religious, i see the bees as far more important to our planet than any jesus symbol. ;)

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freetoroam
9 hours ago, RoofGardener said:

Really ? I hadn't heard that before. 

I thought his symbol was the Fish ? 

Still, it's nice to hear that they survived. 

Bee / fish

Potato / tomato

Elephant / shrimp

You just aint believing hard enough. ;)

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Seti42

"A symbol of immortality and resurrection, the bee was chosen so as to link the new dynasty to the very origins of France. Golden bees (in fact, cicadas) were discovered in 1653 in Tournai in Childeric's tomb. ... The bee is believed to be one of the oldest symbols of French royalty." -from definingFrance.com. 
It's also thought to be related to the Fleur de lis in heraldry, design motifs, and art. Languiole knives are a famous French brand, and all their kitchen and pocket knives have bees on the tang/lock bar. 
In short, the French dig bees.
Yes, I've studied some art history and I google stuff like this on Saturday mornings.

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South Alabam

What a bunch of Bee S

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Myles

Pretty cool that they survived.    Although I'm sure many more perished than had survived.  

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