Meaning: 1800 Russian Greater coat of arms...

Magnus

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What do the letters ASPR or SAPR or any combination of the four mean?

It is repeated in the X cross of crucifiction and other seals as well.


Reminds me of the Roman SPQR

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The double headed bird on the flag on the left, is holding a holy hand grenade. Must be where brother Maynard got it. The number of the counting shall be three. Five is right out.
 

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Probably Jesus Christ, though he is on an X-cross instead of the T-cross.
 
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I honestly doubt this has anything to do with traditional knowledge. Primarily because it got replaced with St. George in later versions.
 

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Gold, precious stones, ermine-all signs of great wealth. Also a lot of papal iconography on it (papal cross, paschal lamb, etc.), and double headed eagles around the entire outer trim as a reminder of who's in power. Wonder if all those coats of arms are braggings of how many ruling families have been brought into subjection?
 
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St. Andrew's cross is obviously one of the main features of the UK flag. This crest places St. Andrew's crucifixion symbol in a very disrespectful position at the very bottom.
 

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