Fleur-de-lis Meaning – Blood line of the the Blessed Trinity
“I am prepared here is my keen edged sword, Decked with five Flower-de-luces on each side.” – Joan of Arc
The facts are that when you see an ancient symbol that is used today by a country on their flag or royalty via their coat of arms that can also be traced back to ancient civilizations, you can be certain that it is the very same royal brotherhood using the same old royal symbols to honor their ancestors. It is really that royally simple.
The fleur-de-lis or fleur-de-lys in French literally means “lily flower” (fleur means flower, and lis means lily or iris). However, let me state that when you see this symbol emblazoned today on various flags or engraved on royal crowns, the fleur-de-lis does not represent the lily flower, but the Trinity of the Brotherhood. For it is and emblem of a blood line of divine majesty and the symbol of a particular royal Brotherhood that had originated long before the foundation of Rome, or the founding royal houses of France.
The fleur-de-lis is modeled after the lotus in Egypt that was associated with the psychotropic Nile Lily. The Nile is where this same brotherhood had originated. Therefor it is only fitting that they would choose an ancient Egyptian symbol for “plant” meaning “Tree of Life” that was three sacred lotus lilies as their symbol. It is the fleur-de-lis that has now replaced he Lily as a symbol of royalty of this same said Brotherhood to honor the three glorious lilies of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph.
The blood line of the the Blessed Trinity who is the Father, Ptolemy XIV who is the biblical allegorical Joseph, the Son Augustus Caesar (Jesus Christ), and the ever-blessed Cleopatra VII who is the allegorical Virgin Mary and Mother of God. Jesus, the Son of God incarnate being the first; the second to the ever-blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God; and the third to St. Joseph, spouse of the blessed Virgin Mary, and foster-father to the Son of God.
The white fleur-de-lis, often called the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the flower of the Queen of Heaven, the Blessed Virgin Mary and a symbol of purity or whiteness. This day is held in like reverence by the Latin, Greek and Reformed Churches everywhere, as the day when the Angel brought the happy tidings to the Blessed Virgin Mary of the Incarnation of the Son of God as told in the Gospel of St. Luke 1 28, “And coming in, he said to her, “Greetings, favored one! The Lord is with you.”
Catholic.com says under “Full of Grace,” that “These blessings included her role as the New Eve (corresponding to Christs role as the New Adam), her Immaculate Conception, her spiritual motherhood of all Christians, and her Assumption into heaven.” Hence, the ever-blessed Cleopatra VII is the spiritual mother of all Christians and the New Eve of the New Testament. Augustus Caesar is the New Christ and the New Adam. When Catholics recite The Hail Mary which says “Hail Mary, full of grace. The Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death, Amen.”
Hence, when the Hail Mary prayer is said, it is done for the Mary and her seeds (children/blood line) of the Blessed Trinity represented by the fleur-de-lis who the Virgin Mary is the New Eve via the New Testament in this 6th Age. This Mary and Eve is no other than Cleopatra VII who you will also find her under other names such as Mariamne I, and she is also called Mariamne the Hasmonean.
Monsieur Sonnini discovered an Egyptian statue, holding a sceptre, which terminated in a fleur-de-lis. The Blessed Virgin Mary, the last Pharaoh of Egypt, Cleopatra VII was of the family of Ptolemy and had always appeared in public clothed in a robe sacred to Isis, her head adorned with a crown of golden lily leaves. Cleopatra was a descendant of the Ptolemaic dynasty who are an ancient Greek family sometimes also known as the Lagids or Lagides who descend from Ptolemy I’s father, Lagus. After the reign of Alexander the Great, they would be known as the Macedonian Greeks or the Hasmoneans, Maccabees, or Asmonians whose family emblem is also an eagle. This royal family ruled during the Ptolemaic Empire in Egypt which was called the Hellenistic period. In 305 BC, he declared himself King Ptolemy I, later known as “Soter” (savior). What this means is that this particular family who wrote both the Old and New Testaments, had made their Kings into Saviors, Messiahs, Christs and the KING OF KINGS.
Their rule lasted for 275 years, from 305 BC to the time of Cleopatra VII in 30 BC when Rome united with Egypt under the Savior and Messiah, Augustus Caesar. This same family you will find ancient times that his family had lived amongst various peoples such as the Assyrians, Greeks, Persians, Romans and the Egyptians. You can even trace this symbol into ancient Egypt depicted in artwork and also the headdresses of the Egyptian sphinxes.
You will find this symbol throughout history as an ornament on the crowns, scepters, thrones, seals, coins, etc. of not only French Kings, but also on Greek, Roman, German, English, Spanish, Egyptian, Syrian and Babylonian Kings.