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Old 31-12-2012, 11:50 PM   #137
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Arrow Tau of Louraine

The Lorraine cross was carried to the Crusades by the original Knights Templar, granted to them for their use by the Patriarch of Jerusalem..
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In the Catholic Church, the equal-armed Lorraine Cross denotes the office of Cardinal...



In alchemy, the emblem is used as a symbol of brimstone and lead,"both of which are elements affiliated with Lucifer"..



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Toul was known to the Romans as Tullum Leucorum, and was the capital of the Gaulish tribe of the Leuci.The Leuci were an Gallic tribe, traditionally considered to have lived the southern part of what is now Lorraine. They are mentioned by Julius Caesar as a people supplying wheat to the Roman army in 58 BC, along with the Lingones and Sequani...Lorraine is one of the 27 régions of France. The administrative region has two cities of equal importance, Metz and Nancy. Metz is considered to be the official capital since that is where the regional parliament is situated. The region's name is derived from the medieval Lotharingia...Lorraine has an old Catholic heritage and almost every village has its church, even if many have no more a dedicated priest. Church bells, which announce Angelus time (and often toll the hours), stop tolling during the Holy Week. They are replaced by children who use ratchet while saying C'est l'Angélus !. After Easter, they go from house to house and receive some little presents..The tool is useful because you can use them for things...
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