Donnerstag, 12. März 2009

CARL HUTERs MENSCHENKENNTNIS: LINK ISAAC BEN JACOB GOES ONLINE


A Crista representation which shows its strong connection to the medieval Fleur-de-Lys (Lily Flower) heraldic symbol. Last, but not least, the heraldic "Fleur-de-Lys", also happens to be derived rather from a simplified representation of a bee or fly, than from a flower... In this context, the Flies of Saint Narcissus, would really be Babylonian symbols coming out of a sepulchre... a fitting description for Saint Narcissus of Gerona's mortuary cult!