Greek Orthodox Symbol
The flag is red with a golden crowned double-headed eagle. The double-headed eagle was the symbol of the Paleologues, the last Greek-speaking "Roman" (i.e. Byzantine) dynasty to rule from Constantinople. Emperor Michael VIII Paliologos recaptured Constantinople from the Crusaders in 1261, from a state based in Asia Minor; the double-headed eagle symbolized the dynasty's interests in both Asia and Europe, and was kept despite the fact that virtually all of the Asian possessions were gobbled…
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JANUS ~ ILLUMINATI GOD OF CHAOS AND DECEPTION
I’m Just Wondering September 17, 2011 By Zen Gardner Janus Bifrons ~ Who was the two-faced Greco-Roman god? The irony is that people not only know their rulers and society overall are two-faced, they expect it. Whether consciously or subconsciously we all know lying and deception are inherent to the matrix that’s been foisted upon us. Another irony is that even in the definition of Janus there are two very different versions as to whom this mythological character really was. WHO WAS JANUS?…