posted on Sep, 30 2009 @ 03:19 AM
I don't think the state or the government can do anything about this. What is behind it is bigger than all of them.
If you look to the insignia, it goes very very deep. It tells the story of the origins of this power.
The double heaed eagle appears to represent a cult icon and a family dynasty. The symbol has found its way into government symbols in various
countries as well as being used in mystical brotherhood societies and is even used in some modern day churches.
A newly deciphered cuneiform fragment from a site in Boghaz Keui reveals that this symbol depicts the "HOUSE" or Temple of the Eagle.
It is used in heraldry to represent the House of Doria. (Remember Hidden_Hand mentioned the "houses" and that you would not even know the names of
this power structure?)
In the ancient Kingdom of the Hittites there was an actual temple devoted to the ceremonies of the Cappadocian Eagle Cult.
The double headed eagle motif is present in archaeological remains of the Hittite culture that goes back as far as 2000 BC.
In Hindu mythology, this double headed bird is called the Gandaberunda and is thought to possess magical strength. It is used by the Karnataka
The oldest known motif is used in a representation of Nigersu ( Ngirsu; Ningirsu; Ur-Ningirsu) and his city Lagash.
The double headed eagle is also an emblem of the Byzantire Empire. The sculptural relief is found at the front entrance of the Ecumenical Patriarchate
This same symbol was used by Hitler regime on the Youth Medal in 1936.
Very odd that a symbol such as this would even be found in modern day churches. Here's a pic of one. I wonder how many other churches use this
Dynasty emblem? Wonder if this has anything to do with the power structure at the top of the pyramid and if the collections go to support these
Seems this Dynasty was also represented in a flashy way during the time of the crucifixion.