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Pope Francis Coat Of Arms Explained

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The new Pope has released his new coat of arms and it speaks volumes on his belief motives and interests. Although he is sworn by Jesuit oath to an atrocious warlike obedience… 
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He knows the secret of the cross of the churches and its complete meaning. He shows this in definition in these coat of arms and I will define it with references. He does have a record of compassionate for the poor which speaks volumes. The question is … will he follow orders and war and secrecy or follow his heart and his belief and as his motto reads… choosing to do something by compassion… choosing to release the long locked away truth… or what?


Definition of symbols… 

1) The flying hat… 
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2) Serpent ropes… same as Sumerian and Egyptian flying discs depictions have serpent ropes beneath them that the Cherubim/angels go up and down on. (above ref 1)

3) Cross of Lorraine… an alternative secret cross of the churches that represents the same X cross of Constantine, one he saw in the sky that represents Orion. 
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4) the Cross of Lorraine is the H symbol for Orion like the ancient site of Gobekli Tepe
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5) The five pointed star… the Sol star in all my star map depiction primary Sol star 1
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6) The Blazing Sun with Christ symbols… primary sol 2 in the star maps, the star that represents human origins chosen here.
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7) The Grapes… The ancient Roman symbol for the Pleiades 
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Its astronomy… the secret of the cross of the churches … the secret of every ancient civilisation… hidden by the powers that be… the Monarchy…and the serpent rope tassels … Cheribum… 32… hmmm interesting isn’t it? -Mort

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    • Usefuleater

      I would urge you to examine St. Francis de Salles Coat of Arms. He was the Bishop of Geneva, educated by Jesuit and has not been mentioned once by the media as a potential reason for his choice. The two Coat of Arms are very similar. Everything makes sense when you see the two side by side.

    • Chief

      Pope Francis is acted by Jonathan Pryce, jewish actor from Wales

    • Hawbs

      mort has been busy. thanks, mort, for your articles. i did look up st. francis de sales coat of arms. it is surprisingly like the new pope’s coat of arms. that was interesting. both are jesuits. the latin motto is not quite right, mort. it means “lowly yet chosen.” what i don’t like is the sun worship symbolism the catholics use all the time and the triangles. why does the NWO use triangles all the time? pyramid symbols? i also looked up the cross of lorraine. it does come from constantine. the second commandment says to not make any images and worship them, like crosses. if you look at any catholic teachings, they take the second commandment out of the 10 commandments. that is so weird. well, keep up those great man-made traditions that Yahushua railed against the pharisees in the new testament. or maybe that was the renewed testament???????

    • Quantum Kev

      I don’t know… I love ya’ Mort, and most of your posts are pretty thought provoking. This one seems to be reaching a bit though. I will check out the links though because most of the stuff you post is pretty awesome : )

    • Musicalmama

      Are we looking at the same two pictures? I just don’t see it. Sorry.

    • supervern

      I like the Cross of St. Lorraine, being it is a Templar emblem and maybe Masonic. Why is Francis’ coat so radically different from the others on Wikipedia. Probably the last pope.

    • Anonymous

      He is not a Jesuit,but a Franciscano of the order of the Franciscan monks that wear a brown Robe versus the black.There is a big difference in their philosophies.
      If you are really interested without mocking someone,go and google both,and look at their history.

      A sermon which Francis heard in 1209 on Mt 10:9 made such an impression on him that he decided to devote himself wholly to a life of apostolic poverty. Clad in a rough garment, barefoot, and, after the Evangelical precept, without staff or

    • LostandFound

      This is very intriguing, but intriguing is all it is for the masses, and here is why: I love reading about this kind of things, just like the radio show to which I subscribed, but the people who discuss these subjects all make one enormous mistake: they speak to people who understand all the terminology, what they are referring to, and have a very extensive background on those subjects, a background that takes years to obtain. So, for the people like me, they lose us. They do not have our attention. We have no clue what on earth they mean, and we stop listening or reading. There is no way I can get educated on all of these things at the level you are in a split second. Whenever someone wants to communicate an important message, it has to be done in a language that the audience can comprehend. So, I have to conclude that these speakers and writers only intend to reach a limited audience of their own and do not care to educate the masses. I wish I could get something out of this, but clicking the many links only brings more confusing questions instead of answers… Am I making any sense here?

      • Hawbs

        dear lost and found, i am a truth seeker, even on BIN, i check and search. i wrote in above after i had googled the coat of arms, the cross, and the motto. just click on new tab right in BIN and search anything. it’s easy. learn truths and don’t depend on others to give it to you. lots of hidden things in plain sight going on today. i don’t want to be one of the deceived masses. in reference to someone here who wrote about franciscans, pope francis, in his first words as pope was, i am a jesuit. the jesuit oath is very interesting and creepy.

    • Terence

      Yes, all religions on earth BOW to the warring governments of the day – all religions are deceivers keeping man locked into domination, subjugation, control, punishment, extortion (taxes) and WAR – all defiant of God’s Command of peace & love & mercy etc, all are now exposed by ME the risen Messiah -

      Read my letter to Pope Francis on page 35 @:

      • Anonymous


        Absolute rubbish……………………..
        You don’t have to be religious,you are not forced to go to church.
        Church and God gave you the free will of choice,how you use it is up to you.
        If you rather read Science fiction and watch Hollywood lies and those of all mainstream medias …..go for it.
        When the time comes,that you realize your mistakes it will be too late for you.
        However the one that twisted your mind will welcome you with open arms.

    • thatoieboy

      Okay, first let me say that the ludicracy of this article floors me. Not to mention that this article is based entirely on skeptical anti-catholic conspiracy theories which are simply just propaganda for the masses who don’t known any better. The Catholic Church (though the oldest, well established, and most tradional and symbolic of all christian religions) is NOT some controlling secret entity bent on world domination or gaining power. I’ve been a catholic for 22 years, I’m personal friends with priests and bishops and I can tell you first hand that their soul focus in life is to make the people around them better human beings.
      If the church is attempting to gain power by spending and hour each week telling the masses to be better people, I’m totally okay with that. Not to mention that they’ve done more to help the poor than any other organization Ever!

      Next, let me explain this so called “papal coat of arms” which by the way, isn’t what you’re looking at.
      The coat of arms pictured above is pope Francis’s OLD Cardnial coat of arms, he will change to a papal coat of arms shortly if hasn’t already done so. Next, the “floating hat” is a symbol of his rank as a Cardinal of the Catholic Church. If it were a green hat, it would mean he is a Bishop, it will be changed to a papal crown shortly. Next, I believe the ropes are symbolic of the ropes or “cintures” worn around the waist when saying Mass and are a symbol of his authority as an ordained priest. The descending tassels are a symbol again of his rank in the church, I believe they also symbolize apostolic succession.
      More info:

      The double cross has nothing to do with celestial bodies and again has everything to do with his RANK as an ordained bishop of the Catholic Church. The double cross itself has an interesting history.
      More info here:

      This article is meant for anyone foolish enough to believe that the church is guarding ancient celestial secrets.
      If you believe that, you might want to do some more research on what the church ACTUALLY teaches, and believes, instead of just believing what anyone (even a conspiracy filled “news” site) tells you. :wink:

      • ahbbi

        ok, you say there is nothing wrong about the RCC? then answers these few questions. Why did the church kill, torture millions of true sabbath keepers in history, France and Spain? why does the ten commandments of the RCC not contain, thou shall not bow to any graven image? not the same as the original? why dont you keep the true sabbath. the calendar has changed but the days have not, on the seventh day(friday-sunset) you should rest, not the first day(sunday)? Do you know why the help the poor? because they have help create the poor. by conquering nations and taking the spoil. the pope was first a Cesar, a ruler of the roman empire. Why does the numerical vaule contained by the wording on the crown which is placed on the pope head using roman numerical countin equal (666)? your faith is that of the beast(Satan)there is no replaced on this earth for Jesus, He doesnt need one. YOUR pope is as fake and what he stands for. Jesus said follow me, and it is easier for a camel to go through a needle then a rich man to enter heaven. Let the church give all it riches away and submit to god in earnest.

        • WesternMeadow

          I’m assuming these are not rhetorical questions so please, since you inquired, open your mind to the answers I have supplied before you simply dismiss them. I used other sites to often say what I mean but would say so eloquently myself. Also, I’m using them as sources support what I would have been attempting to explain myself. Enjoy!

          I assume you are refurring to the incedents during the crusades against Jews, though your post is unclear. Here is a response to that question with the website I obtained it from.
          “Myth… The Crusades were also waged against the Jews.
          No pope ever called a Crusade against Jews. During the First Crusade a large band of riffraff, not associated with the main army, descended on the towns of the Rhineland and decided to rob and kill the Jews they found there. In part this was pure greed. In part it also stemmed from the incorrect belief that the Jews, as the crucifiers of Christ, were legitimate targets of the war. Pope Urban II and subsequent popes strongly condemned these attacks on Jews. Local bishops and other clergy and laity attempted to defend the Jews, although with limited success. Similarly, during the opening phase of the Second Crusade a group of renegades killed many Jews in Germany before St. Bernard was able to catch up to them and put a stop to it. These misfires of the movement were an unfortunate byproduct of Crusade enthusiasm. But they were not the purpose of the Crusades. To use a modern analogy, during the Second World War some American soldiers committed crimes while overseas. They were arrested and punished for those crimes. But the purpose of the Second World War was not to commit crimes.”

          As far as the Ten Commandments go, they were not originally in English. Though I’d love to learn the Hebrew, it would be a while before I could actually understand it so I for one appreciate translations despite their imperfections. As far as variations of the Ten Commandments go, check out this website . I think it answers your question and more if I am understanding you properly.

          Here is the answer to your question regarding the sabbath. The website gives more information.
          “Short answer: Because Christians are not actually bound to observe the Sabbath–we have fulfilled the Sabbath through Christ, and now we celebrate the Lord’s Day, Sunday, the day of His Resurrection. ”

          When you make statements such as the church assisting the poor now because they created the poor, I would like a source. I highly doubt the Church is responsible for poverty across the world, and she does assist the poor across the globe. Some of those “poor people” are simply poor by our standards, no one made them that way, they just always have been. Could you supply a source for me so I know of what you are actually adressing? I don’t know about if you giving “the pope was first a Cesar, a ruler of the Roman Empire,” as part of your argument to this due to your punctuation and lack of paragraphs but I’ll assume it is and proceed. The first popes were not Cesars. The first pope was St. Peter. Later on, sure, but like today, the pope is first responsible for the Church, then ruling “their land.”

          Numerical value of the words on the papal crown? Uh-okay. I had to google this one to even know what you were referencing simply because I had never heard of it before. This is the response I found easiest to absorb.
          “But in the case of VICARIVS FILII DEI, they do add up to 666. Isolate the numbers and this is what you get: 5 (v) + 1 (i) + 100 (c) + 1 (i) + 5 (V) + 1 (i) + 50 (L) + 1 (i) + 1 (i) + 500 (d) + 1 (i) = 666.
          But there are problems with this. The first is that Vicarius Filii Dei, or “Vicar of the Son of God,” is not now, nor has it ever been, a title of the bishop of Rome. The second problem is that virtually no one, including many unsuspecting lay Catholics, knows that this papal “title” is a fabrication. To an untrained ear, it sounds enough like one of the pope’s real titles, Vicarius Christi (Vicar of Christ), to pass the test. Unfortunately for those who traffic in this particular piece of pope fiction, the real title, Vicarius Christi, adds up to only a measly 214, not the infernal 666. In fact, none of the pope’s official titles, such as Servus Servorum Dei (Servant of the Servants of God), Pontifex Maximus (Supreme Pontiff), or Successor Petri (Successor of Peter), will add up to 666. That’s why you never see any of them used by anti-Catholics.”

          Before you can claim the pope is “fake” you have to understand the Catholic argument for even respecting the authority of a pope. Please read this .
          Now that we are on the same page, what agreement do you have that the seccession of the pope since the appointment of Peter, by Christ, as the rock of which the church be built, and subquently the first leader of the the faith since the death and reserection of Christ, is a falsehood?

          As far as the churches wealth goes, here is a questions and answers which responds the that root question and supplies some debate so you may educate yourself on the two arguments.

          I do hope I supplied adequate answers for your inquiries. I ask in the future that you respond to posts with constructed arguments rather than charged statements such as “The church made people poor,” and “the pope is a fake,” because people don’t respond well to bashing. However, if you explained the stance and used a little less charged language, you would be received better and your opinions would be more respected. Just my two cents, I suppose; you can take it or leave it.




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