I visited Tallinn, Estonia, a little while ago and saw a rather interesting symbol on a church. The church in question is St. Mary’s Cathedral, I believe. The symbol I saw is this cross.
It’s an Orthodox cross with a crescent moon underneath, and below the moon is a sphere. I find it curious that a Christian cross and the moon, which is associated with Islam are together on the same symbol, and on top of a cathedral of all things.
Wikipedia offers two different explanations for the “Cross over Crescent” -symbol. First one is that “It is said that this symbol was devised by Ivan the Terrible, after the conquest of the city of Kazan, as a symbol of the victory of Christianity over Islam through his soldiers.” The second one is “B.A. Uspensky offers another view, stating that in pre-Christian times, the ‘Cross over Crescent’ symbolized the sun and the moon, and that in the Christian Era, the cross is a symbol of Christ and the moon is a symbol of the Virgin Mary.” I find the second one much more convincing.
Different Elements of the Symbol
The cross on the cathedral seems like a composite of various different symbols. I’ll break down each individual part.
First, there is the regular Christian cross, which symbolizes either Jesus or the sun according one’s interpretation, or that they are one and the same.
Then there is the Double Cross, or Cross of Lorraine. Wikipedia mentions it was inherited from the House of Anjou, which I believe is related to the Merovingian bloodline. It was also used by the Knights Templar. This cross them would hint to a certain bloodline.
There is the Orthodox cross. The line at the bottom is supposed to represent Christ’s footrest on the cross.
The crescent is associated with the moon and Islam. Alternative interpretations would be that it represents the sickle, i.e. Saturn, or the horns of an animal.
The symbol has the element of the Globus Cruciger, the globe with a cross. It’s better known as the Holy Hand-grenade of Antioch from Monty Python. It’s according to Wikipedia a Christian symbol of authority: “The cross represents Christ’s dominion over the orb of the world, literally held in the hand of an earthly ruler”.
These different elements are the sun or Jesus/Christianity, a certain bloodline, the moon/Islam, and the authority of the ruler. The Russian mathematician turned alternative historian, Anatoly Fomenko, suggests that Christianity of 12th-16th centuries was a unified entity that later split into several different denominations: “Orthodox Christianity, Islam, Catholicism, Judaism, Buddhism, etc.” I think the symbol on the cathedral supports this hypothesis.
Fomenko’s website mentions that a symbol not appearing on the cross on the Estonian cathedral, yet part of the same mythos, is the Star of Bethlehem, the star that guided the three wise men to Jesus. Nowadays the star and the crescent are a symbol of Islam, and the six-pointed star, or Star of David, is known as a Jewish symbol. However, the star may be part of the bigger picture.
The difference between the Star of David and the Islamic star is that the former had six points and the latter has five. Perhaps they refer to two different stars.
The symbols of this ancient and forgotten religion are still among us. The countries of many flags use them. Finland and Sweden have the Christian cross, whereas some Islamic countries use the moon and the crescent, Israel uses the six pointed star, Ethiopia has a five-pointed one. China has one big star and four small ones. The United States flag has 50 stars. They’ve also been used in recent history.
Communists use the star, and the hammer and the sickle. Cuba and North Korea have the star. Soviet Union had the hammer and the sickle. The sickle could refer to the moon, and as the star is also used by communists, does this suggest that Islam and communism are somehow interconnected?
Then again the sickle might refer to Saturn, and how about the hammer then? I would say that refers to Vulcan, i.e. Hephaistos, i.e. Tubal-Cain who is revered by Freemasons. Vulcan et al. was a smith who made lightning in his forge. Hephaistos made the thunderbolt for Zeus, or it was made under his supervision. This also reminds me of the Indian vedas and their mystical Vajra. The Norse Thor is also a god of thunder with a hammer. Is the hammer synonymous with a thunderbolt then? That brings to mind the “lightning from heaven”, or Barrack Obama, i.e. Satan, but I think I should move on.
The picture that is starting to emerge is that we are under a one world religion already, and have been for at least centuries. We just don’t know it. I don’t think the religion itself is evil, but the people who are keeping us from understanding its meaning are. The signs and symbols this religion are everywhere, though.
What it all Means
People like Jordan Maxwell and Santos Bonacci have been saying how Christianity was originally an astrotheological religion. The true meaning of this religion has been forgotten or hidden from the rest of us. The founder of the Bahá’í faith, Bahá’u’lláh, also believed that the major religions are all from the same source. I know very little about the founder’s spiritual ideas, but I know the United Nations are using the Bahá’í faith for furthering their globalist schemes. You only need to take a look at Wikipedia and see how they wish to implement a New World Order. Anyone with understanding of conspiracies will be suspicious of any group with this kind of aspirations.
However, perhaps Bahá’u’lláh was actually privy to spiritual information suppressed from the vast majority of people and wanted to make it public. This is why he was imprisoned by the Ottomans. The reason why the United Nations is using the Bahá’í for their own goals may not be that the faith itself was manufactured by them, but it has been hi-jacked by them so others would not freely explore the ideas behind the faith. It may be difficult, or even impossible, to destroy certain crucial spiritual information. The best way to keep people away from it, is to make them willingly turn away from it.
The same probably goes for religions such as Christianity, Buddhism and Islam. Any critical observer is bound to find both redeeming qualities and deplorable aspects. This might be that each religion is only a part of a bigger truth. It’s like the people have been handed only a 1/3 of a book, yet they are told the whole book is there. It’s impossible to make sense of the whole message like that. The global conspirators cannot get rid of the book altogether, but they can break it into pieces and scatter the pages in different corners of the earth.
St Mary’s Cathedral: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Mary%27s_Cathedral,_Tallinn
Orthodox cross: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orthodox_cross#Russian_variations
Cross of Lorraine: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross_of_Lorraine
Globus cruciger: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Globus_cruciger
CHRISTIAN CROSS AND CRESCENT MOON WITH A STAR: http://www.chronologia.org/en/how_it_was/02_15.html
Bahá’í faith: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bah%C3%A1%27%C3%AD_Faith