Not Prussian to Judgement, but…

This topic has 9 replies, 8 voices, and was last updated 4 years, 12 months ago by Lawrence Meyers.

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    • #22513
       Tom Hite
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      Hai gais – sorta curious: anybody asked about why they had a emblem of Prussian royalty on that spiffy deep blue chair?

    • #22514
       Melissa
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      I actually elbowed @kortneydarling about that chair and mentioned the emblem looked like Macy’s jacket. I wasn’t able to do a side-by-side comparison though.

    • #22515
       Cristen
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      That coat of arms looks a bit more like the Russian emblem because the eagle has two heads.

      Mother Russia

    • #22516
       Meghan Mayhem
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      @wanda102 …Russian, aye?

    • #22519
       Kortney
      Participant

      chair

      Macy’s jacket was peacocks though.

    • #22520
       Meghan Mayhem
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      Funny how Russia keeps popping up.
      It’s almost as if someone or several someones of said nationality have a hand in a certain upper echelon. Hhhhmmmmm…..

    • #22521
       Kortney
      Participant

      Okay further investigating. While trying to figure out what the eagles are, I found this. Which isn’t a peacock, but could 100% be what was on Macy’s jacket cause they look the same.

      This is a Simgurgh.

      Iranian legends consider the bird so old that it had seen the destruction of the world three times over. The simurgh learned so much by living so long that it is thought to possess the knowledge of all the ages. In one legend, the simurgh was said to live 1,700 years before plunging itself into flames (much like the phoenix).

      But the eagles is the flag of Byzantium Novum (but this is such a small thing), and the flag of the greek orthodox church (which was the most accurate answer).

      But looking at that twitter for the Byzantium Novum, yesterday Maurice became emperor. Which is interesting.

    • #22522
       Hannah Schenck
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      It is sometimes equated with other mythological birds such as the “phoenix”

      This all ties into what we’ve seen and heard before. Who does this symbol represent?
      Phoenix rising from the ashes, is this a reference to @111error? Or @maddyxxx?

    • #22524
       Nicole Mae
      Participant

      Also, I live in Phoenix. So just hoping this is a nod to maybe some shit going down in my hood 😉

    • #22526
       Lawrence Meyers
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      Stephanie has a Prussian background!!! PLANT!!!!

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