Although Wikipedia lists various flags of the Holy Roman Empire, the national flag of Rome is curiously not listed and for good reason. Aside from depicting the Cretan-born fasces, the original flag of the Roman Empire features the term “SFФR” (i.e., “ZǂФΓ”) which has subsequently been changed to “SPQR” (In Roman English, the letters “S” and “F” are often interchanged with the letters “Z” and “P”). The Roman “eagle” (G+L) was likely added to the flag after the Roman Empire relocated to Greenland (i.e., “GL”) roughly 714 years ago. Zephyr (i.e., “SFФR”) was known as the Greco-Roman god of the west wind which gave life to the flag of Rome. According to legend, Zephyr lived in a cave in Thrace which is located in modern day Greece and Turkey, the former heart of the Roman Empire. The term “Thrace” (T+R+C/K) translates to “trick” as in “trickery” which was routinely used in Roman warfare. Zephyr is also the name attributed to a garment used in rowing, the horsepower behind the navy of the Roman Empire. In reality, “SFФR”, “ZǂФΓ”, and Zephyr are all just variations of the name given to the flag of Rome.
S (Z) = 19
F (‡) = 06
Ф = 10
R (Γ) = 09
Total 44 (#)
The symbols which make up the Roman “SPФR” flag can be deciphered as follows: “S” = is an acronym for “System”, “F” or “ǂ” is an acronym for fake (i.e., the double-cross), “Ф” is the symbol on the flag of Greenland, and “R” is an acronym for Rome. Taken together, “SPФR” (S/Z+F/P+R) translate to “System Four”, “System Fire” and “System Fear”. In short, since the Roman Cross (i.e., “+”) is the fourth symbol in the Roman Score (i.e., the Roman alphabet), “System Four” can also translate to “System of the Cross”. Consequently, Roman English terms such as “spear”, “spirit”, “spore”, “sport” and “spur” were evidently derived from the “ZFФR” insignia on the flag of Rome. The term “sulfur” (S+L+F+R) acronymically translated equates to “Sale Four” or “Sale Fire”, a likely reference to Roman gunpowder as well as the four-pronged Roman Cross which adorned the sales of Roman ships. Because the letters of “S” and “C are routinely switched in Roman English, the term “C4” (which is jargon for explosives) can also be read as “S4”, a likely reference to “Sale Fire” or “sulfur”. Coincidentally, “S4” is also depicted on the flag of Rome which features the term “SPФR” (S/+F/P+R). “SPФR”, which translates to “System Four” (i.e., “S4”), equates to “19/4” or “SD” algebraically wise in the modern Roman English alphabet. Roman English terms such as “sad”, “sadist”, “sadistic”, “said”, “seed”, “side”, “sodomy”, and “suddenly” were evidently derived from this “SD” letterology. Consonantly speaking, “SD” is the name for the direction of “South” in French (“da sud”), German (“süden”) and Dutch (“zuiden”). This is because from where the Roman Empire sits in Greenland, all of the underworld is “south” or “SD”. Therefore, terms which describe the suffering in the underworld are consequently include the letters “SD”. The first two letters of “SPФR” are “SF” or “SP” which itself is an acronym for “System Four”. The Roman English terms “safe”, “safety”, “suffer”, “sapphire”, “super”, supper” and “zipper” were evidently derived from this letterology. Modern tributes to these highly esteemed letters include the San Francisco 49ers (arguably the winningest NFL football team), whose logo depicts an “SF”, and the S&P 500, a U.S. stock market index which contains 500 corporations which are listed on the NYSE or NASDAQ. The sum total of “ZFФR” equates to “44” or “DD” which itself is representative if the terms “died” and “dead”. The complete numerology of each “ZFФR” letter is as follows
The terms “spur” and “zephyr”, both of which were evidently derived from the Roman “SFФR” (i.e., “ZǂФΓ”) flag, are found throughout history, the English lexicon and pop culture. A few examples include but are not limited to: “Zipporah”, the beautiful wife of Moses as mentioned in the Book of Exodus; the towns of Spur, Texas, Zephyr, North Carolina, Zephyr, Texas, and Zephyr, Ontario in Canada; the San Antonio Spurs, a professional NBA basketball team: the Tottenham Hotspur F.C., a soccer team based in North London, England; the Muskegon Zephyrs, a former ice hockey team; the New Orleans Zephyrs, an AAA Pacific Coast League minor league baseball team; the Chicago Zephyrs, a former NBA franchise currently known as the Washington Wizards; and Sephora, a French chain of cosmetics stores which specialized in perfume (i.e., spores).
Although a “spur” is most commonly thought of as a metal barb found in the heel of cowboy boots, a “spur” was the name of an architectural design which was carved into the base (spirae) of Roman temple columns (e.g., the temples of Jupiter and Juno in the Portico of Octavius). Aside from its numerous modern day applications, a “spur” is known in linear algebra as “the trace (i.e., Thrace) of an n-by-n square matrix A which s defined to be the sum of the elements on the main diagonal”. A “spur” is also the name of the first and simplest type of gear, which was most likely developed for use in Roman warfare in such applications as cannons, catapults and pulleys.