I have never been to France but my husband had to go for business soon after we were married. I encouraged him to have a good time, but discouraged him from going into the pyramid that stands in front of the Louvre. The Louvre is one of the world’s largest museums, and a central landmark of Paris, France. There has been major controversy that the pyramid is cursed, arguing that it is built out of 666 panes of glass. As usual, the secular world has denied those claims, arguing that it is just superstition etc.
However, there are some points to consider and with prayer, the Holy Spirit can help us come to a decision.
The offices of I. M. Pei issued the original brochure of the design which highlighted, twice, the structure being comprised of 666 panes of glass. After the controversy spilled out, they then claimed that the pyramid actually contains 689 panes of glass.
But why was the original brochure stating 666 panes? You don’t just get that number out of thin air. I’m not one for interpreting numbers, but an extremely interesting take on these numbers surrounding this structure can be found here.
Also, what on earth is a pyramid, which is a Masonic capstone, doing sitting in front of what I think to be a rather classy building?
What do the two even have to do with one another? In my opinion the pyramid ruins the look of the Louvre. It is out of place and downright ugly, if you ask me. The pyramid serves as the main entrance to the Louvre, and I have seen numerous times on travel sites and blogs that people complain that the staff do not alert you to other entrances; but instead keep people waiting in a 1 ½ hour queue into the pyramid. Why?
Seeing as pyramids are masonic, Christians should not be treading near them as they undoubtedly carry some sort of spirit or curse. I think there is something quite fishy about the place and I don’t trust the intentions. If they truly wanted to use 666 panes of glass, there would be only one reason – to ensure spirits inhabit the place and that everyone who passes through is cursed. Not only do curses bring destruction on your life, but they prevent people from either growing in the Lord, or coming to the truth of the gospel.
If you have entered the place, pray about it and if the Holy Spirit directs you, break the curse and rather be safe than sorry.
We Christians can’t take any chances nowadays! It’s just not worth it.