Louis XIV’s Anniversary PS: And The Truth of History Remains

It is always difficult to write the final sentence in a story as well as to do the very last post on occasion of Louis XIV’s anniversary. What should it be about? This question puzzled me last days. That’s why I have decided to conclude with some considerations on the main topic of the event I have arranged in my blog: the truth of history. 

God is wise, he foresees far beyond us & knows to protect His own glory that He knows to express by means of great characters He descends on Earth in any epoch. Louis XIV’s example proves that this is true. Born Dieudonné (Godgiven), called The Great during his reign by his own Subjects, he faced the worst sorts of humiliation during the Great Revolution. In October 1793 the National Convent of new France approved the law of profanation the Royal necropolis Saint-Denis. Coffins of all the French kings were open, dead bodies taken out & even torn apart…That’s how democracy in France began.

Louis Great has passed all these horrors & has lost neither his grandeur, nor honour, nor genius of one of the best king ever given to France. He has been a true Divine gift for his people & for the whole world. And he will always remain even in our dark days, when there are those who desire to pervert his personality again.

The truth of History cannot be destroyed by any opposition or dark power, as it is created & blessed from Heaven.

Vive le Roy! 🙂 🙂 🙂

Maria KethuProfumo


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Reconstructing the Past for the glorious Future
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6 Responses to Louis XIV’s Anniversary PS: And The Truth of History Remains

  1. smilecalm says:

    i’m touched by the words
    of a remarkable historian 🙂

  2. Ciao Maria cara…peccato non conoscere l’inglese,eppure ho due figli in america e tanti fratelli e nipoti.
    Buona serata..con abbraccio.

  3. A super post to end this series about Louis anniversary.

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