10.11 Fleur-de-lis

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The Fleur-de-lis is a Greco-Roman symbol which is representative of the “ǂ” symbol in the Roman Score (i.e., the Roman alphabet), a character which equates to both the number “6” and the letter “F”. This particular notion is confirmed by English and Canadian heraldry where the Fleur-de-lis is the cadence mark of a sixth son. The coat of arms of Pope Paul VI also depicts the Fleur-de-lis for he was the sixth Pope Paul. The “ǂ” symbol” (i.e., the Fleur-de-lis) was likely derived from the Wheel of Fortuna and is symbolic of the “double-cross” (i.e., the Patriarchal cross) that always entails betrayal and treachery. The term “Fleur” (F+L+R) consonantly equates to “Foolery” (F+L+R) while the “de-lis” equates to “Lily” in French. Therefore, the Fleur-de-lis is a flower or symbol of fakery, foolery, and trickery. Consequently, the Fleur-de-lis is intimately associated with France and French Revolution as depicted in the flag of French Royalists. The Fleur-de-lis is also found within the coat or arms of European Royalty and the Royal Arms of England (1340-1367), for they have been double-crossed into believing that they hold real power. In other words, the royal families of Europe are blissfully unaware that they are only pawns of the Roman Empire in Greenland.
 
Fleur-de-lis in Popular Culture
The Greco-Roman Fleur-de-lis, whether it be in name or in symbol, is found throughout popular culture, including but not limited to: Business: Fleur de Lys, a fine-dining French cuisine restaurant in San Francisco, California and Las Vegas, Nevada; and the logo of Monte Cristo;  Catholic Church: coat of arms of Pope Paul VI; European Royalty: coat of arms of Baron Digby; coat of arms of Beaujeu; coat of arms of Bourbon; coat of arms of Clermont (Bourbon); coat of arms of Denys of Gloucestershire; coat of arms of the Châteaubriant Family; coat of arms of Duke of Orléans; coat of arms of the Farnese Family; coat of arms of the Grand Ducal Family of Luxembourg; coat of arms of the House of Bourbon; coat of arms of the House of Bourbon-Parma; coat of arms of the Medici Family; coat of arms of the See of Hereford; coat of arms of the Thouars Family; coat of arms of the Yñigo Genio Family; and the feathers of the Prince of Wales; Fictional Characters: Fleur-de-Lis, a superhero character in DC Comics from France in the Global Guardians; Fleur-de-Lys de Gondelaurier, a character in the novel “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” by Victor Hugo; and Fleur de Lys, a  superhero character from Quebec created by Mark Shainblum; Heraldry: 6th Mark of Cadency; Films:The Fascination of the Fleur de Lis” (1915), a silent film; Fraternities: crest of Kappa Kappa Gamma; Military: Fleur de lis, a flight maneuver performed by the Blue Angels; Music: The Fleur de Lys, a British band from the mid-1960s; Organizations: logo of the Boy Scout Association (1920-1967); and the logo of the Boy Scouts of America; Places: Fleur de Lys, a mansion in California; Fleur-de-Lys, Caerphilly, a village near Blackwood, Wales; Fleur de Lys, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada; Fleur-de-Lys, part of the city Birkirkara, Malta; and the Fleur-de-Lis Trail in Nova Scotia; Sports: Fleur De Lis Handicap, a thoroughbred horse race at Churchill Downs; Fleur De Lys RFC, a rugby union team from Fleur-de-Lys; and the logo of the New Orleans Saints; and Universities: coat of arms of the University of Lincoln;

Fleur-de-lis Worldwide

The Greco-Roman Fleur-de-lis symbol has adorned the coats of arms and flags of at least 16 countries and territories around the world, including but not limited to: America: flag of Franco-America; and the flag of Acadiana; Bosnia: coat of arms of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1992-1998); coat of arms of Bosniaks in Serbia and Montenegro; coat of arms of the Kingdom of Bosnia; flag of Kingdom of Bosnia; and the flag of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina; Canada: coat of arms of Quebec; flag of Franco-Albertans; flag of Franco-Ontarians; flag of Fransaskois; and the flag of Quebec;
England: the Royal Arms of England (1340-1367); coat of arm of Norroy King - Lant's Roll (c. 1595); coat of arms of Lincoln; coat of arms of the Norroy and Ulster King of Arm; and the flag of Lincoln; Estonia: coat of arms of Jõelähtme Parish; and the flag of Jõelähtme Parish; Finland: coat of arms of Liljendal; coat of arms of Turku; and the flag of Turku; France: coat of arms of Aix-en-Provence; coat of arms of Amiens; coat of arms of Angers; coat of arms of Anjou; coat of arms of Berry; coat of arms of Bordeaux; coat of arms of Boulogne-Billancourt; coat of arms of Bourbonnais; coat of arms of Bourgogne; coat of arms of Brest; coat of arms of Calais; coat of arms of Chartres; coat of arms of Clermont-Ferrand; coat of arms of County of La Marche; coat of arms of Dauphiné; coat of arms of Denis; coat of arms of Kingdom of France; coat of arms of Laon; coat of arms of Le Havre; coat of arms of Le Mans; coat of arms of Lille; coat of arms of Limoges; coat of arms of Lyon; coat of arms of Maine; coat of arms of Orléanais; coat of arms of Orléans; coat of arms of Paris; coat of arms of Poitiers; coat of arms of Reims; coat of arms of Rouen; coat of arms of Saintonge; coat of arms of the July Monarchy (1830-1831); coat of arms of the Kingdom of France (Ancient); coat of arms of the Kingdom of France (Modern); coat of arms of the Kingdom of France and Navarre (Ancient); coat of arms of Toulouse; coat of arms of Touraine; coat of arms of Tours; flag of Artois; flag of Berry; flag of Bourbonnais; flag of County of La Marche; flag of Dauphiné; flag of French Renaissance; flag of Île-de; flag of Maine; flag of Orléanais; flag of Saintonge; flag of the Kingdom of France; flag of Touraine; naval flag of the Kingdom of France; standard of the French Royal Family (1815 to 1830); the flag of French Royalist during the French Revolution; the Grand Royal Coat of Arms of France; the Grand Royal Coat of Arms of France & Navarre; and the Royal Standard of King Louis XIV; Germany: coat of arms of Wiesbaden; and the flag of Wiesbaden; Italy: coat of arms of Florence; and the flag of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies (1816); Lithuania: coat of arms of Jurbarkas; and the flag of Jurbarkas; Malta: coat of arms of Fleur-de-Lys; coat of arms of Santa Venera; flag of Fleur-de-Lys; and the flag of Santa Venera; Netherlands: coat of arms of Lelystad; and the flag of Lelystad; Poland: coat of arms of Skierniewice; and the flag of Skierniewice; Spain: coat of arms of Morcín; coat of arms of Sagunt; coat of arms of the King of Spain; and the flag of Morcín; Switzerland: coat of arms of Schlieren; United States: flag of Aroostook County, Maine; flag of Baton Rouge, Louisiana; flag of Detroit, Michigan; flag of Louisville, Kentucky; flag of New Orleans, Louisiana; and the flag of St. Louis, Missouri.