Vatican Flags & Colour Codes

Flag of the (Vatican) Papal States ( 754 - 1808 )

.                                 RED ................................................................Yellow


Flag of the (Vatican) Papal States 1808 - Present

On 16 March 1808, Pope Pius VII ordered the new cockade: Yellow and White

..                               Yellow ...........................................................White


Luigi Zara, La bandiera Pontificia, Rivista Araldica (Roma 1929) Vol. 27, pag. 134 & 135.
'In fact the use of the colors in flags is not attested. Officially, there were only cockades in use. The last colors were used in flags only after the Vienna Congress of 1815 bearing the tiara and keys (in the center?). The flag is pictured in "Les Pavillons des Potences Maritimes" (Paris, 1819), however, not in the original edition, but in a correction issued in a unknown date later than 1819. This flag was for merchant ships and for fisherman boats. Simultaneously were used other flags (is not clear what others, but seems to be clear that the pattern dated 1669 was in use, surely now - after 1808 - with white background). Cardinal Chamberlain established the yellow and white flag with keys and tiara as the single merchant flag in 17 September 1825. The use was moved to land when, in 1831, the colors were adopted by a army body. The book "Insigne militaire preunitaria italiana" show several examples of flags. The crossed keys and tiara patterns were similar but different from the current ones.'

'Frequently used between 1808/15 and 1825/31 at least, was a plain white flag bearing the keys and tiara. This seems to be used by the military navy and army on land as alternative design or as old design moved to white.'


The Vatican Coat of Arms - Crossed Keys and Tiara





The Apostolic Camera formerly known as the Papal Treasury, is an office in the Roman Curia.
'The Apostolic Camera administers the property and guards the temporal rights of the Holy See during its vacancy'


Latium - Italy

'Latium is the region of central western Italy in which the city of Rome was founded and grew to be the capital city of the Roman Empire.....The ancient language of the Latins, the tribes people who occupied Latium, was the immediate predecessor of the Old Latin language, ancestor of Latin and the Romance languages. Latium has played an important role in history owing to its status as the host of the capital city of Rome, at one time the cultural and political centre of the Roman Empire.'

'Lazio is one of the 20 administrative regions of Italy.....The capital of Lazio is Rome, which is also Italy's capital and the country's largest city...The Italian word Lazio descends from the Latin word Latium. Lazio comprised the short-lived Roman Republic, in which it became a puppet state of the First French Republic under the forces of Napoleon Bonaparte. The Republic existed from 15 February 1798 until Lazio was returned to the Papal States in October 1799. In 1809, Lazio was annexed to the French Empire under the name of Department of Tibre, but returned under the Pope in 1815.'

Flag of the Region of Lazio


Lazio Octoagon Coat of Arms

The Farnese family  funded the Jesuit order through Pope Paul III, born Alessandro Farnese, . what is very important to the whole story is where they came from and what interested them to be there.

They came from Latium which from where the Roman Empire was built around and where Vatican city is currently.

Latium was originally a small triangle of fertile, volcanic soil on which resided the tribe of the Latins.

Gold and silver are found alloyed together where there has been volcanic activity.

sulphur dioxide comes from a volcano.

The Farnese family were ALCHEMISTS and this is how they gained their enormous amounts of riches. This kind of knowledge was kept within the family in order to protect their legacy.

Just like the Boer family who became the Rothchilds - all expert alchemists and why they were involved in currency (which requirers a knowledge of weights and measures).


Rome - Italy - Historical Flags

The Jesuit Flag

The Church of Gesu - Rome - The Church of the Jesuits
'This Church of the Gesu altarpiece by Jesuit artist Andrea Pozzo, S.J. (1642-1709), featuring Ignatius Loyola [Founder of the Jesuits] with his Red Standard, and reported by an article in the June 14, 2008 New York Times'

New York Times - Lost Baroque Work Is a Spectacle Again

Listen for about 10 minutes from this point from a senior researcher called Jordan Maxwell with this knowledge about the Vatican, the Jesuits, and Communists - He connects the dots.

Julius Caesar, was a Roman politician and military general who played a critical role in the events that led to the demise of the Roman Republic and the rise of the Roman Empire.

Communist Flags of the World

Communist Symbolism - Wikipedia
'The red flag is often seen in combination with other communist symbols and party names. The flag is used at various communist and socialist rallies like May Day'

Note: Every communist flag, symbol, etc in the world is ALWAYS Red and Yellow - colours of the original Roman Empire and Vatican flag.

Flag of China ( Red and Yellow)


Flag of Chinese Communist Pary ( Red and Yellow)

Flag of Chinese People's Liberation Army ( Red and Yellow)


The Communist YELLOW Star


Official North Korean Symbol of the Workers Pary (Yellow)


Flag of the North Korean Workers Pary (Yellow)


Flag of the Soviet Union (Red and Yellow)


Symbol of the Soviet Workers Pary (Red & Yellow)


Official French Communist Pary Flag (Red & Yellow)

Official Irish Communist Pary Flag (Red & Yellow)

Official Turkish Communist Pary Flag (Red & Yellow)


Official Brazil Communist Pary Flag (Red & Yellow)

East Germany Communist Flag (Red & Yellow)

Red Scarf
'The red scarf is a neckerchief worn by young pioneers of several countries during the socialist (“communist”) era. In the Soviet Union it was known as pionerskiy galstuk (пионерский галстук, i. e. pioneer’s neckerchief), in Vietnam as khăn quàng đỏ (red scarf), in China as hong lingjin (紅領巾, red scarf), in Cuba as pañoleta roja (red scarf), and in Hungary as úttörőnyakkendő (pioneer’s neckerchief).'

How the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics adopted the swastika's socialist symbolism from the National Socialist German Workers'Party.

Various Flags of the World

Flag of Spain ( Red and Yellow)

Flag of Germany (Red - Yellow - Black)


Flag of Macedonia ( Red and Yellow)

Flag of Catalonia


Flag of Romania ( Blue - Yellow - Red)


Official Flag of Vietnam ( Red and Yellow )


Flag of South_Vietnam


Flag of the Philippine ( Yellow Sun Burst )


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