13.08 The Nordic Cross

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Nordic Cross flags were derived from the Scandinavian Cross, a popular version of the Roman Cross. Although they are now found throughout the world, they have always been primarily associated with the Scandinavian countries which surround Greenland. Because Greenland is the mythical Garden of Eden as depicted in the Holy Bible, the allegorical and metaphorical history book of the Greco-Roman Empire, it contains a passage which evidently refers to numerous Nordic Cross flags surround it. Genesis 3:24 states, "So he drove out the man; and he placed at the east of the garden of Eden Cherubims, and a flaming sword which turned every way, to keep the way of the tree of life”. Because flags are officially draped downward, the Nordic Cross when turned 90° becomes a sword, invoking the Biblical passage as Nordic Cross bearing flags completely encircle Greenland. In other words, a sword is pointed “every way” in order to keep the “tree of life” in Greenland safe from the underworld. In the Roman Score (i.e., the Roman alphabet), the “+” symbol (i.e., the Roman Cross) equates to the letter “D”, an acronym for “Day” and “Die”. The term “Day” is a reference to the 24/7 sunlight of Greenland via Earth’s second moon which the following Nordic Cross flag bearing governments unwittingly protect.

“Sword which turned every way”
At least 39 counties, countries, territories and islands surrounding Greenland to the north, east, west and south feature a Nordic Cross flag (sword), including but not limited to: first flag of
Canada; first flag of Russia; first flag of Wales; first proposed flag of Greenland; flag of Barra Island (Scotland); flag of Belgorod Oblast (Russia); flag of Cornwall (England); flag of Denmark; flag of Derbyshire (England); flag of Devon (England); flag of Dorset (England); flag of England; flag of Finland; flag of Flintshire (Wales); flag of Gloucestershire (England); flag of Groningen (Netherlands); flag of Iceland; flag of Lincolnshire (England); flag of Newfoundland and Labrador (Canada); flag of Northern Ireland; flag of Norway; flag of Pembrokeshire (Wales); flag of Perm Krai (Russia); flag of Quebec (Canada); flag of the Åland Islands (Sweden); flag of the City of London (England); flag of the Faroe Islands; flag of the Isles of Scilly (England); flag of the Kalmar Union (Denmark, Norway and Sweden); flag of the Orkney Islands (Scotland); flag of Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean (Canada); flag of the Shetland Islands (Scotland); flag of the United Kingdom; flag of Scotland; flag of South Uist Island (Scotland); flag of Stavropol Krai (Russia); flag of Sweden; flag of Ulster (Ireland); and the flag of West Riding of Yorkshire (England).