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Fictitious & Symbolic Creatures in Art: With Special Reference to Their Use in British Heraldry By John Vinycomb
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Fictitious & Symbolic Creatures in Art: With Special Reference to Their Use in British Heraldry By John Vinycomb. MEMBER OF THE ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY, FELLOW OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF... More > IRELAND, A VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE EX-LIBRIS SOCIETY. ILLUSTRATED by CHAPMAN AND HALL, LIMITED. 11 HENRIETTA STREET, LONDON, W. C. MCMVI. Under the title of this book it is proposed to describe and illustrate only those fictitious and symbolic creatures which appear in British Heraldry. The list will include all those beings of whose existence we have not the direct evidence of our senses, and those exaggerations and combinations of natural forms which have been adopted in the system of symbolic heraldry handed down to us from the Middle Ages.< Less
Grantees of Arms Vol 2 By Joseph Foster
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The Grantees of Arms series were published by The Harleain Society in three separate books over a three-year period (1915, 1916 and 1917). The first volume, Grantees of Arms, has Grantees of Arms... More > named in docquets and patents to the end of the seventeenth centurytaken from the British Museum, the Bodleian Library, Oxford, Queen's College, Oxford, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, and elsewhere. Volume 1 and 2 of our series has Grantees of Arms named in docquets and patents during the years 1687 – 1898 alphabetically arranged by Joseph Foster Hon. M.A. Oxon. and edited by W. Harry Rylands F.S.A from manuscripts preserved in the College of Arms,. It is a fairly complete and unique alphabetical list of personal grants of arms on record at the College of Arms 1687 to 1898. Our Volume 1 has the grants of arms from 1687 to 1898 (A to J) and our Volume 2 has the grants of arms from 1687 to 1898 (K to Z).< Less
Grantees of Arms By Joseph Foster & W. Harry Rylands
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Grantees of arms named in docquets and patents to the end of the seventeenth century : in the manuscripts preserved in the British museum, the Bodleian Library, Oxford, Queen's College, Oxford,... More > Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, and elsewhere : alphabetically arranged by the late Joseph Foster and contained in the Additional ms. no. 37,147, in the British museum by Foster, Joseph, 1844-1905; Rylands, W. Harry (William Harry), 1847-1922 Published 1915< Less
Grantees of Arms Volume 1 By Joseph Foster
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The Grantees of Arms series were published by The Harleain Society in three separate books over a three-year period (1915, 1916 and 1917). The first volume, Grantees of Arms, has Grantees of Arms... More > named in docquets and patents to the end of the seventeenth centurytaken from the British Museum, the Bodleian Library, Oxford, Queen's College, Oxford, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, and elsewhere. Volume 1 and 2 of our series has Grantees of Arms named in docquets and patents during the years 1687 – 1898 alphabetically arranged by Joseph Foster Hon. M.A. Oxon. and edited by W. Harry Rylands F.S.A from manuscripts preserved in the College of Arms,. It is a fairly complete and unique alphabetical list of personal grants of arms on record at the College of Arms 1687 to 1898. Our Volume 1 has the grants of arms from 1687 to 1898 (A to J) and our Volume 2 has the grants of arms from 1687 to 1898 (K to Z).< Less
Reptilian Ascendant of the U.S.A. By Klaudio Zic
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Reptilian Hydra as bracketed by the Lion and Unicorn in occult British heraldry. Italy and the U.S.A. sharing the head and tail of the Snake in the sky.
Prince George - Diana's Legacy By Klaudio Zic
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VENUS Venus is with the royal star of Regulus, the heart of Saint George. The spear which stands for azimuth and altitude “stabs” the heart of the ancient reptile of British heraldry:... More > Alphard in Hydra as bracketed by Monoceros and Leo: the lion and unicorn.< Less
Northern Ireland Flags & Emblems By Samuel C McKittrick
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Northern Ireland is a place where flags and emblems are often a hot topic. However it is also a place where flags are very often used, with many communities often turning their lampposts into make... More > shift flag pole. love them or hate them , there is no denying that flags and emblems play an important part in Northern irish society, more so than in the rest of the British Isles. Given the importance attached to such symbols it is important they are understood. Although flags and emblems might be touched upon by other publication about Ulster history, culture or politics, NI flags & Emblems is one of very few books solely dedicated to the flags and emblems in Northern Ireland from an academic, heraldry and vexillology viewpoint. This would make a splendid addition to the shelves of anyone interested in Northern Irish politics, history or culture or anyone interested in flags in general.< Less
Northern Ireland Flags & Emblems (uncoloured) By Samuel C McKittrick
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This is the uncoloured edition of the flags guide for Northern Ireland. For full coloured version please visit... More > http://www.lulu.com/gb/en/shop/samuel-c-mckittrick/northern-ireland-flags-emblems/paperback/product-23122458.html Northern Ireland a place where flags and emblems are often a hot topic. However it is also a place where flags are very often used, with many communities often turning their lampposts into make shift flag pole. love them or hate them , there is no denying that flags and emblems play an important part in Northern irish society, more so than in the rest of the British Isles. Given the importance attached to such symbols it is important they are understood. NI flags & Emblems is one of very few books solely dedicated to the flags and emblems in Northern Ireland from an academic, heraldry and vexillology viewpoint. This would make a splendid addition to the shelves of anyone interested in Northern Irish politics, history or culture or anyone interested in flags in general.< Less
Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge By Klaudio Zic
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e) British heraldry is bracketing the longest reptilian zodiacal ascendant for the current epoch: namely, Hydra is sided by Monoceros and Leo. f) In order to reverse heraldic symbolism, England... More > or Scotland would have to be exchanged for Australia. g) While the hind paws of the sphinx happen to be both ascendental and zodiacal as well, Monoceros is merely an ascendant for the current epoch: typically representing leadership – Angelina Jolie. h) Despite popular hype, Britain never had a zodiac, astrology or magick proper. True, little superstitions do haunt Devonshire while disoriented temples loom at York, but that is far from any genuine magick, Masonry or astronomy, indeed.< Less
Pay the Spy #003 - One Hour with the Beast By Klaudio Zic
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SOME DAY At this point 2013 one wonders what intelligence they were or are presumably gathering. They had no observatories, no zodiac; no national ascendant: no heraldry proper, no Bible translation... More > proper – nothing except from a tiny pseudo-Prussian continental duchy that assumes to rule – in lieu of SPQR? - the… what? Italians or Germans could conquer Europe, after all they are Europe. Now Frankfurt is. Napoleon and Hitler hand in hand. Only the Devil rules the world, so perhaps the Gotha assumed 99 treaties: but the Devil has nothing to share: it knows that its own days are numbered. Thus, the British will never have astrology, Tarot or Masonic initiation proper: they are simply too far from Moldavia.< Less

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