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The sacred pillar Was and the Catholic Church

Post by Rhea Kaye on 28.04.15 15:39



Does anyone else see the Was sigil in this image? It is the coat of arms for a Catholic church.

I'm sharing this here because I'm questioning whether I'm going crazy or not, seeing sigils everywhere. I thought it might be interesting to get a different opinion.
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Post by Kalb on 28.04.15 16:10

I dont see this symbolism. However, I'm not part of your mind, I do not see things as you see. Also I'm unaware of the symbol. Where can I learn more about this sigil?
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Post by Rhea Kaye on 28.04.15 16:15

I probably should have phrased that differently. I meant that the main focus of this coat of arms, looks like the "Was" pillar depicted in the Asetian Bible and shown in the hand of multiple gods.

I know I'm phrasing this a bit crudely, but the thing that looks like a red hat, on top of the pole, in the middle of the picture looks like "Was" to me.

I believe the picture is the coat of arms for the Catholic Church of Jefferson City.
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Post by Rhea Kaye on 28.04.15 16:17

Although the sacred pillar I see looks reversed. The head is pointing the opposite way that it is in the AB. Instead of the left side pointing downward, it is pointing upward.
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Post by Jonathan on 28.04.15 19:33

I understand what you're saying and I can see that figure in this coat of arms that may resemble a Was. Don't worry you're not going crazy. If this was intended as a way to hide symbolism or not I can't tell but it's definitely an interesting detail so thanks for posting. All the Christian connections and agendas with the Sethians make it at least suspicious. I wasn't familiar with this coat of arms so I have no idea of its origins.
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Post by Rhea Kaye on 28.04.15 20:37

I believe it is the coat of arms for a very specific church, but I saw it and immediately felt strange about it. Although I am seeing all sorts of things lately. The red part looks like it could be a gnome hat. Maybe they really like garden gnomes and I'm just over-thinking it all. Who knows? Razz
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Post by Rhea Kaye on 28.04.15 20:40

Although now that I'm staring at it, those half-moon things on the top look like the bottom of the sigil (although these, too, are reversed.) It looks almost like the sigil is dismembered (lol) in order to hide its significance. Hmm...
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