Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Misunderstood Symbols the Fleur de Lis

We see the Fleur de Lis everywhere on designer products, yet the designers have forgotten its real meaning. In the antique architectural details of occasional Victorian homes of San Francisco the real meaning of the Fleur de Lis silently and secretly remembered. 

For people who are ranked nobility or royal symbology buffs, the Fleur de Lis is a allegorical language that relates epics. It represents an ancient race of people, a lost ancient culture of respect for the planet and community, and a hope of an enlightened modern monarchy reinstated in France.  

The Fleur de Lis is also one of the symbols for the royal descendants of Jesus through Mary Magdalene.  If you go to France you will find that the Fleur de Lis is the official legal heraldry symbol for Mary Magdalene.  A person cannot put the Fleur de Lis in their family coat of arms, unless they are descendant of her bloodlines.

Heraldry, individual emblems for a tribe or family clan, is the the oldest form of copyright and goes back eons before the history books tell us.  Before writing, heraldry was a language that told people who was who and who were their ancestors, without speaking the local dialect.  The most modern forms of heraldry are motorbike club jackets and gang colors, so they know who is who in a fight. 

The Fleur de Lis is so old that people only assume it is a lily, they don’t actually know what it is. The main heraldry registry org in Europe say it is  a Yellow Flag, which is a form of Iris flower native to England. And then other emblems have very old depictions of the Fleur de Lis represent by a bunch of chrysanthemum leaves with a ring around the stems. 

This latter depiction is interesting symbolically. The historical Jesus had many wives and many children, and many descendants became kings and queens. A ring or gold ring is an ancient symbol of sovereignty. Before crowns, Celtic monarchs wore a gold torc, or neck ring, to denote their rank and sovereignty. 

One of the oldest heraldry symbols for royalty, used around the world, is the chrysanthemum, which is still used by the royal family of Japan.   When we take this into account the Fleur de Lis makes more sense being a bunch of Chrysanthemum leaves.That it is a bunch of leaves and not the main plant, nor flower, might be a clue.  

Jesus bloodline is an offshoot and is different from the older royal bloodlines, but not because it is alien from outa-space or some mythical god. Jesus, according to the Lost Gospels, was a twin and in some traditions a triplet. Sometimes twins and triplets can have blood anomalies that are created in the womb, creating a unique kind of human. In the Bible it states that Jesus had a “unique horn”.  This is a whole other story for another time, but as a bunch of leaves encircled by a ring symbolically it makes sense as a Fleur de Lis. 

 But the Lily and Yellow Flag are also valid candidates for the  Fleur de Lis, as they are in a way syncretistic, because each represent a different age. The Fleur de Lis represents from 2,000 years ago to today, and a mix of bloodlines creating something new. The Lily, as mentioned earlier, represents the Gens Julii, from around 7,000 to 10,000 years ago to 2,000 years ago.  

The Yellow Flag, as a Fleur de Lis, is much older.  According to ancient English royal secret societies, to the time of Genesis in the Bible, around 50,000 to 240,000 years ago or more.  They place the Biblical Eden in England and in my researching for 5 years they oddly may have a valid claim.  More on that another time, sorry else it will be a whole book before I finish this blog piece.  I already edited out 3000 words.

The Fleur de Lis is one of the most enigmatic symbols in the world and there are libraries loads of reasons for it around the world.   This particular version of the Fleur de Lis with the deer and sacred vagina is very special symbolically. 

 The two deer represent the old world of an elven silvern time in ultra ancient Celtic England and Northern Europe, the Yellow Flag.  Very few people know that they are ultra ancient ancestors to the Jesus bloodline, but the long dead creator of this Fleur de Lis emblem did.  
 The flaming circle surrounding the Fleur de Lis are actually the lips of the Sacred Vagina. The Sacred Vagina represent the Goddess Mother Earth, who birthed us and gives us all a place to live and food to eat and air to breathe.  This is God in physical manifestation, as the Bible describes. 

The swirly leaves at the bottom are waves and the Chrysanthemum leaf. The Chrysanthemum represents some of the most ancient royal bloodlines around the world.  They were of the first humans, which is how they became rulers or royals in the first place.  They also have their own blood type and make up about 10% of the world’s population today. 

The waves and pearl, or crowning baby’s head, of the sacred vagina represent the Goddess Venus, born on a ship during the Biblical flood that cleansed the world. And Venus in legend was the most beautiful woman in the world and with seven lovers helped repopulate the Pantheon of Gods, the monarchy, after the Biblical flood. 

The overall look of a sun with beaming and swirling rays represents solar cults. The sun and the Father in physical manifestation gives us warmth that seeds fertility. All of which together with the Mother Earth Goddess and the rest of the universe and us creates God. 

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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Mary Magdalene and Her Jar

Mary Magdalene is an important saint in the Catholic religion and her feast day is the 22nd of July. Growing up as a Protestant in rural Australia I knew very little about saints and their symbols. I had learned something of heraldry and royal symbols from my family, and in this research learned that saints’ symbols are something like heraldry. The symbol for Mary Magdalene in religious art, as most people know it, is her enigmatic jar, which identifies her as the woman who anointed Jesus head and feet with perfumed oil and her tears in the Bible.  

“36 And one of the Pharisees desired him that he would eat with him. And he went into the Pharisee's house, and sat down to meat. 37 And, behold, a woman in the city, which was a sinner, when she knew that Jesus sat at meat in the Pharisee's house, brought an alabaster box of ointment, 38 And stood at his feet behind him weeping, and began to wash his feet with tears, and did wipe them with the hairs of her head, and kissed his feet, and anointed them with the ointment. 39 Now when the Pharisee which had bidden him saw it, he spake within himself, saying, This man, if he were a prophet, would have known who and what manner of woman this is that toucheth him: for she is a sinner.” Luke 7 King James Bible

In Luke 8, Mary Magdalene is identified as one of Jesus’ female followers who supports his ministry from her own financial means. 

1 And it came to pass afterwards he travelled through the cities and towns, preaching and evangelizing the kingdom of God: and the twelve with him: et factum est deinceps et ipse iter faciebat per civitatem et castellum praedicans et evangelizans regnum Dei et duodecim cum illo
2 And certain women who had been healed of evil spirits and infirmities: Mary who is called Magdalen, out of whom seven devils were gone forth, et mulieres aliquae quae erant curatae ab spiritibus malignis et infirmitatibus Maria quae vocatur Magdalene de qua daemonia septem exierant
3 And Joanna the wife of Chusa, Herod's steward, and Susanna and many others who ministered unto him of their substance. et Iohanna uxor Chuza procuratoris Herodis et Susanna et aliae multae quae ministrabant eis de facultatibus suis.  Latin Vulgate Bible

Magdalene jars decorating the dome of Ignatius Church, overlooking Haight Ashbury San Francisco.

The fleur de lis is another symbol for Mary Magdalene, but a lily alone doesn’t signify Mary Magdalene. There are other classical symbols for Mary Magdalene, such as towers, roses, harps, unicorns, jars, grapes, doves, trees, shells, and apples. When I see several symbols together I see Mary Magdalene or a descendant.  

Also when I look into the life story of the artist, such as if they were freemason or protestant etc.  Some scholars say that Mary Magdalene was the true prophesied Messiah who brought Christianity to the world and birthed a lineage of blood royal families of Europe.

But her jar is the main symbol, when the jar is there you know it has something to do with Mary Magdalene. 

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