These copies of Lithographs I recently purchased in Cologne for 2 euros each. They depict Cologne figure-heads and symbols and heraldry.
Saint Ursula is symbolic as the Mother of Harlots – Mystery Babylon, the Mother of all Colonies – Kolonies
She is also symbolic of the ermine tail and the huntress, and is related symbolically to Saint Sebastian, Baldur and Jesus
She is a composite figure, a phantasmagoria.
Saint George, man at arms, and defender of Cologne, figure-head of the Iron works guild of Cologne – nails, swords, spears, etc
Society of Jesus heraldry of Cologne, Jesus – Yeast, born in a vat, in a pub, most powerful of all commodities, all trading barons bow down to Yeast – figure-head of the Brewers Guild of Cologne. Priests and Wine and Beer, and Spirit makers are the same…They all work in the Vineyards of the Lord! “Before the Printing Press came the Wine Press” – Third Reich Pilgrim… Al-Koln-ol = Alcohol… Saint Michael, Saint Gabriel – postal delivers, merchants send their letters, receipts, book work, accounting, so forth.
Saint Ursula as Baldur, Psalm 64. Wears the virgin winter coat of the Stoat, the Ermine, with the black tails,
figurehead of the Furs and Tanners Guild
Saint George of Cologne, figure-head of Iron works. Iron nails especially, and arrow heads and spear heads, Armour, tools, etc. Related to Farriers, hence also depicted on a horse.
Nails the Vines to the cross beam and stake in the Vineyards, conqueror of the Forests, hence “Dragon” = Tree.
Wood Chopping Guild figure-head = Knight.