I want to commend both members andre18 and Mark R. for a very interesting discussion.
I Found some more items perhaps you can use (or not):
For those who think the queen doesn't govern any other nation than UK:
Archbishop: Will you solemnly promise and swear to govern the Peoples of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Canada,
Australia, New Zealand, the Union of South Africa, Pakistan and Ceylon, and of your Possessions and other Territories to any of them belonging or
pertaining, according to their respective laws and customs?
Part of the above link includes a part from Psalm 122, 1–3, 6, 7. which the Queen quotes:
Jerusalem is built as a city:
that is at unity in itself.
So Jerusalem is a city at unity. United. God's Kingdom. United Kingdom.
Here's another example of it:
Jerusalem is also known as God's Kingdom.
From its outset, Israel was no ordinary kingdom. Its kings were appointed by God, made subject to His law, asked to rule His people, in His land; and
they could be deposed by Him if they broke His commandments. There has never been such a kingdom on earth before or since. It was the Kingdom of God -
God's government on earth over the people he had chosen.
Also, during the coronation of the Queen, there's a section where they mention the dove on the rod that is given to the queen.
Then shall the Dean of Westminster bring the Sceptre with the Cross and the Rod with the Dove to the Archbishop.
We know about the columbe (dove in french) and columbia connection. Columbe is one name that the Romans gave to Aphrodite.
The dove is also tied to Aphrodite:
The Queen has nothing to do with movies, but the word and other corporations named Columbia has everything to do with the Queen.
So we have several periods where royal or ruling families constantly used the dove/columb symbolism, and it represents divinity.
Without doubt birds, and especially doves, played an important role in Minoan belief. According to a current interpretation, doves could be
understood as embodiment (epiphany) of a divinity, a representation of a goddess in a bird form nearby her sacred place - a shrine or on a
The doves are interpreted as an emblem of a celestial goddess and are a symbol of her heavenly power, contradictory to a snake, which has been
regarded as an underworld aspect of the goddess and a symbol of her earthly power.
Concluding we have to point out that the dove is connected with the sacred places and used as an offering, created from an expensive material in
the Elamic culture in ancient Iran. So, we can suppose, that all of these sources mentioned here -- the Minoan, the Mycenaean and the Oriental played
a role, when a dove came into the Greek and Roman mythology as one of the attributes of the goddess of Love - Aphrodite.
The dove symbolism is one that goes back to pre-babylonian times, and is referred to as:
Mother, Queen DOVE
Isis (Egypt Mount Sinai)
Spirit-Mother (Roman Catholicism)
So to summarize, we have the Queen/dove/divine goddess ruling from the United Kingdom, where just by coincidence many of the Brit- terms also have a
meaning in Hebrew, meaning covenant/contract/agreement.
Thank you for reading.