Sunday, March 29, 2015

United Kingdom States Flag

The United Kingdom States flag is a geographic flag.  It represents the latitudes where the US and UK are parallel to each other.  The United States as the prodigal son of the UK, officially became parallel to the UK in 1959, with the entry of Alaska as the 49th state.  Note that the southern portion of Alaska is parallel to both Scotland and England. 

Subsequently the Alaskan Star field of 49 stars is in the canton.  The elements of the UK flag are also modified such that one sinister bend of St. Patrick's cross is fully exposed.  Likewise a full 1/8th of English white is allowed to express its self twice in a boomerang pattern.

1959 was a watershed year for these nations.  Essentially the UK and US returned to a fully charmed and healthy familial relationship, loving but full of the proper jokes and pokes.  The ugliness and bitterness of the 1776 colonial rebellion became a fully healed scar, leaving a charmed tattoo upon the hearts and minds of the British and American alike.

Subsequently the British and American waltz towards a free and open future heralded and end to draconian manipulative empires and egos at the end of the 20th century, from within and beyond.

The Kiwaussie Flag

The Kiwaussie Flag is a geographic flag.  It is to be flown anywhere in Australia or New Zealand where they are at equal latitude.  Thus the second biggest island of Australia and second biggest island of New Zealand can fly this flag anywhere, since they are at parallel latitudes.   Coincidentally the second biggest island of Australia is a south island, while the second biggest of New Zealand is the north Island.  

Both capital cities can fly this flag since both are parallel to each other. It's a flag to be flown from Adelaide to Auckland, with Melbourne in the middle.

Aussie Up Over Kiwi Flag

The Aussie Up Over Kiwi flag is a type of geographic flag.  It can be flown anywhere on Australia that is north of New Zealand. Almost every state of Australia can fly this flag somewhere upon its land, except the we portion detached from the mainland and the Capital Territory.

The Kiwi Double Down Under Flag - for the region of southern New Zealand

The Kiwi Double Down Under Flag is for the region of New Zealand that is south of Australia.  This is a geographic type of flag.  In the canton is the famous seven pointed Aussie star, but it has been Kiwified.  Note, no part of North Island can fly this flag and only the southern half of South Island can.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Flag for the Region of Mexico below the Lower(Upper) "El Norte" 48 US States

It's only fair that if Canada gets an All Canadian Belt Flag and the USA gets and All American Belt Flag that Mexico should have its own All Mexican Belt Flag.  This is another geographic flag for Mexico indicating when you are below the latitude of the most southern point of "El Norte".

Mexico-USA Parallel Latitude Flag

The Meixco-USA Parallel Latitude flag is type of geographic flag.  It indicates the regions of Mexico and the USA that are at the same latitude. The flag design is based upon three flags: the US flag via stars in the canton, Mexican flag via the colours red, green and white, and the final design of the 1865 Southern US flag.  20 stars represent the 20 US and Mexican States that can see eye to eye.  For Team El Norte we have South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California.  For Team El Sur de South we have both Upper and Lower California, Durango, Sonora, New Lion, Chihuahua, Sinaola, Zacatecas, Coahuila, Tamaulipas.

Friday, March 27, 2015

Canadian-USA United 48 Parallel Latitude Flag

The Canadian-USA United 48 Parallel Flag is a geographic flag.  It represents the area where Canada and the United States of America are parallel along the Lower 48 US states.  It can be flown anywhere in Canada and the USA that is in between the most southern point of Canada and most northern point of the United 48 in Minnesota.

11 US states are totally parallel to Canada's Latitude: Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. 9 US states just have a thin northern slice parallel to Canada: California, Nevada, Utah, Nebraska, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Finally 5 US states are mostly parallel to Canada: New York, Michigan, Iowa, Massachusetts, and Wyoming.