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Our  Symbols

This page is for you to become aware of the symbols of the Royal Government. Check this page often as we will add new symbols as new ones are created within the government. 

Our National Flag

Our national flag is deep with meaning. The white field running through the flag symbolizes peace is around us.  The black field in the middle symbolizes strength and the unknown. The blue field on the sides symbolizes purity. The National Symbol is in the middle. The National Symbol is not the same as the National Crest. The National Symbol is a cross surronded by two peace leaves and people united holding hands at the bottom of the cross. Our National Flag was changed a little to make it easier on the cost of getting the flag made. The intricate detail on the flag before was proving to add cost. We then designed the new National Symbol, which we feels represents our Kingdom well, and placed it on our new national flag. The new flag was adopted at a special meeting with the King, The King's Council and The Senate on August 1st, 2018. It was ordered later that day. The debate and design for the new flag lasted about 7 months before finalized that day.

Our First National Flag

 

Our first national flag is pictured above. Just like our national flag above the white field running through the flag symbolizes peace is around us.  The black field in the middle symbolizes strength and the unknown. The blue field on the sides symbolizes purity. The national crest is in the middle.

This flag was adopted on Friday November 9th, 2007 and was in a transitional period until September 7th 2008. After that date, Flag Day, the new flag was to be flown as the official national flag, replacing our first flag.

Our first flag was adopted September 7th, 2000. Prior to that we had no national flag and various flags were used around the kingdom. The original flag was chosen by the king and approved by the Senate in the late evening hours of September 6th, 2000 but was not first flown until the next day, September 7th, 2000. September 7th was later approved as a holiday, Flag Day. 

 

Our National Crest

Our national crest is pictured above. It is a shield with the national colors on it, with two peace leaves crossed at the bottom and circling up around a crown and cross in the center. The cross symbolizes our belief and trust in the Lord, our God, and the crown symbolizes the king and country and the governments form. The iron mask on top of the shield symbolizes the strength and protection the government provides for its people.  

Flag of the Royal Fristehen Army

Pictured above is the flag of the Royal Fristehen Army. The flag was adopted on August 18th, 2017. Prior to this the Royal Army did not have their own flag, they just had their official crest. The flag is similar to the crest in many ways. The red represents the sacrifice of blood and life to the nation. The white stripes symbolize the hope that peace will hold steady and prevent bloodshed. The bear symbolizes strength, cunning, and ferocity in the protection of one's home. 

The Crest of the Royal Fristehen Army 

 

The Crest of the Royal Fristehen Army is the official symbol of the army. It is a shield, red in color that represents the sacrifice of blood and life to the nation. The white stripe is to symbolize the hope that peace will hold steady and prevent bloodshed. The bear symbolizes strength, cunning, and ferocity in the protection of one's home. The bomb is a symbol to honor any soldier who has dared to face the terror of the weapons of a battle. The armor helmet on the top symbolizes wisdom and security in defense; strength, protection, and invulnerability. The shield is surrounded by a mantling which displays the colors red and grey. The is to honor all soldiers of early history, their blood and armor. 

The First Flag or Informal Flag

 

 

The flag pictured above was the first flag of the kingdom. It is known as the informal flag now. You can still find it flying all over the kingdom. It's colors meanings are the same as the current national flag. The government felt the need to change this from the national flag after a few other miconations emerged and claimed the same flag as theirs. The informal flag is mainly used around the kingdom and the government no longer uses it internationally to represent the kingdom.

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