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The Cross of Lorraine, a symbol of the Knights Templar,part of our modern culture
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The Cross of Lorraine, a symbol of the Knights Templar,part of our modern culture
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The rectangular Exxon logo with the blue strip at the bottom and red lettering with the two "X's" interlinked together was designed by noted industrial stylist Raymond Loewy. The interlinked "X's" are incorporated in the modern-day ExxonMobil corporate logo, but the original Exxon sign continues for marketing efforts and station signage. It can be argued that the two X's are a modified version of the Cross of Lorraine.
http://www.solarnavigator.net/sponsorship/exxon.htm
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The Cross of Lorraine, a symbol of the Knights Templar,part of our modern culture
Nice catch. There are some church/community centers here that have that symbol on their property.

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The Cross of Lorraine, a symbol of the Knights Templar,part of our modern culture
The circle topped with a two-bar cross in which the word “OREO” resides is a variant of the Nabisco logo, and is either “an early European symbol for quality” (according to Nabisco’s promotional materials) or a Cross of Lorraine, as carried by the Knights Templar into the Crusades. Continuing the Da Vinci Code-theme, the Oreo’s geometric pattern of a dot with four triangles radiating outward is either a schematic drawing of a four-leaf clover or — cue the cliffhanger music from Jaws — the cross pattée, also associated with the Knights Templar, as well as with the German military and today’s Freemasons.
http://www.neatorama.com/2011/06/14/the-...oreo-logo/
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symbolizing one sword over another..aka peace within, having defeated duality and become 1 with our shared spirit. Idol1
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The Cross of Lorraine, a symbol of the Knights Templar,part of our modern culture
uh long sword over short sword...the short sword is hidden partly as it always was when wore under clothing as a back up weapon.
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The Cross of Lorraine hidden within the cover of the Holy Wood novel, Summer 2000, placed several years
prior to the launch of the Celebritarian movement which commenced October 1st, 2005.

http://www.nachtkabarett.com/Celebritari...oubleCross[Image: nk_hidden_doublecross.jpg]

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FYI:

The cross of Lorraine is also the origin of the phrase, "Double Cross"

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HardTruth  Wrote: (03-25-2013 06:18 AM)
FYI:

The cross of Lorraine is also the origin of the phrase, "Double Cross"

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Good point HT. Cheers
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abduct The Cross of Lorraine, a symbol of the Knights Templar,part of our modern culture
The Cross of Lorraine is a stylized 8 pointed star and essentially means the same thing. The first cross + is for the mundane earthly solstices and equinoxes. The second cross (or x) stands for our spot on the galactic ecliptic of the milky way.
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The Cross of Lorraine, a symbol of the Knights Templar,part of our modern culture
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-25-2013 06:19 AM)
HardTruth  Wrote: (03-25-2013 06:18 AM)
FYI:

The cross of Lorraine is also the origin of the phrase, "Double Cross"

Jhikpghf
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Good point HT. Cheers

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The Cross of Lorraine, a symbol of the Knights Templar,part of our modern culture
jesus was asked should we bring a sword ..he said bring 2 swords...many times a short sword was hidden in the handle of a larger sword...so as both long swords get locked at times in battle , the short sword is drawn out quickly to "unlock the swords" and save his life by the short sword/large knife hidden surprise...all fair in art of war.
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The Cross of Lorraine, a symbol of the Knights Templar,part of our modern culture
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-25-2013 06:21 AM)
The Cross of Lorraine is a stylized 8 pointed star and essentially means the same thing. The first cross + is for the mundane earthly solstices and equinoxes. The second cross (or x) stands for our spot on the galactic ecliptic of the milky way.

Interesting. Dad's infantry unit had the Cross of Lorraine and his ancestry hails from the Alsace region.
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yeah it was also a measuring device for the night time trades towards the stars...
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Saw this at Barnes & Noble last night (looks Dan Brown-esque):
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Last_Templar

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TC et I  Wrote: (03-25-2013 06:50 AM)
yeah it was also a measuring device for the night time trades towards the stars...
PS ,we hang a plumb bob from the symbol at different points for different star patterns at night exchanges..less likely robbed traveling at night at preset locations...
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