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Monday, February 20, 2017

English-Native North American Heritage Flag


English-India Heritage Flag





The Anglo-India Heritage flag is for several million persons mixed blood of England and India.

English-Estonian Heritage Flag

The Anglo-Estonian Flag combines the colours of Estonian with England.

English-Latvian Heritage Flag





The Anglo-Latvian Heritage Flag combines the English and Latvian colours.  Although a rare breed, there are persons who are mixed English and Latvian.

English-Lithuanian Heritage Flag





The Anglo-Lithuania Heritage Flag combines the English Flag with the Lithuanian Flag.

Sunday, February 19, 2017

The English-Israel Heritage Flag



The Anglo-Israeli Heritage Flag combines elements of the flag of England and the Flag of Israel.

It would make Mr. Disraeli, Benny Proud.

The English-Arab Heritage Flag





The Anglo-Arab Flag combines elements of the English Cross with the colours of Arab Liberation.

The English-African Heritage Flag


The Anglo-Afican Heritage flag combines elements of the English Flag with the Pan-African Heritage Flag.

English-Chinese and English-Taiwanese Heritage Flags

 The Anglo-Taiwanese Heritage Flag combines elements of Taiwan's flag and the English Flag.
The Anglo-Chinese Heritage flag also combines the design of Mainland China with the flag of England. Thanks to Hong Kong, there are several million Anglo-Chinese persons on planet Earth. 

English-Turkey Heritage Flag





The Anglo-Turkish heritage flag is for events, persons, and businesses of mixed English and Turkish degrees.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Flag for the English-Greek Heritage Flag


The Anglo-Greek Flag is for mixed heritage of English and Greece.

English-Czech Heritage Flag





The Anglo-Czech Heritage Flag combines elements of the English and Czech Flags.

English-Romanian Heritage Flag





The Anglo-Romanian Heritage Flag combines the flags of England and Romania.

The English-Finland Heritage Flag


The Anglo-Finnish Heritage flag is for mixed heritage between England and Finland.

The English-Iceland Heritage Flag


The Anglo-Icelandic Heritage flag has elements of the English Cross and Iceland flag.

The English-Norwegian Heritage Flag

The Anglo-Norwegian Heritage Flag is half English and half Norwegian.

English-Swedish Heritage Flag





The Anglo-Swedish Flag is for persons who identify as both English and Swedish.

English-Swiss Heritage Flag




A flag for Anglo-Swiss Heritage has elements from the flag of England and the flag of Switzerland.

English-Portugal Heritage Flag



The Anglo-Portuguese Heritage Flag has components from the flag of England the Portugal.

English-Ukranian Heritage Flag

The Anglo-Ukrainian Flag combines elements of the English Flag with the Ukrainian Flag.





English-Russian Heritage Flag


The Anglo-Russian Heritage Flag combines element of Russian and English Flags.

English-Hungarian Heritage Flag





The Anglo-Hungarian Heritage Flag combines elements of the English and Hungarian Flag.

English Danish Flag


The Anglo-Danish Flag combines elements of the English Flag and Danish Flag.

English-Bulgarian Heritage Flag


The Anglo-Bulgarian Heritage Flag combines the flag of England with the flag of Bulgaria.

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Substitute to Morse Code Flag Correspondence


If you look at your average International Maritime Code Flag chart they will often have substitute/repeater flags listed.  Since it would be cumbersome to have multiple flags, substitute flags were created that repeat certain positions.

Morse Code is often put next to the flags, but there is little relationship between Maritime Signal flags and Morse Code.  Nor is Morse Code listed for any of the signal to the substitute flags.  Likewise many websites often forget to list the 4th position substitute.


But finally today, we have Morse Code Substiute Flags and Morse Code prosigns to go along.  These flags are based upon three letters, always starting with S for Substitute which has three stars.  Consequently the Morse Code flag for 1st Substitute is SST; the first S comes from Substitute and the ST comes from st in 1st.

Unlike the other Morse Code flags that have their colour code based upon the order of the spectrum, the colours of Morse Code Substitute flags follow the colour pattern already established by International Maritime Flags.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Morse Code Flag Chart A to Z and the Numbers 0 to 9

Morse Code Flags are reflective of Morse Code.  In this case, stars represent dots while stripes represent dashes.  In Morse Code lingo stars represent the dits while stripes represent dahs.

Note that International Maritime flags are usually written with Morse Code.  But those maritime flags are not really Morse Code, and have no bearing to the dashes and dots of Morse Code.

In essence these flags are reflective of the Morse Code signal.  Likewise the added colour reveals the ones digit position of each letter.  Since the Morse Code flag for the letter A, K, and U all have a number 1 in the ones position via 01, 11, and 21, they are all red flags.  Consequently the flag for number 1 is red too.

The order of colours to number is based upon the progression of the visible spectrum.  Since yellow is the 3rd colour, we get a yellow coloured flag for flags in position 03, 13, and 23, which represent C, M, and W.

Also each colour has set contrast indicator to reduce confusion.  See the image below to see which contrast indicator belongs to each specific background colour.

Also note Morse Code flags are always read downwards.  Although some cultures read from the left and others from the right, every culture reads downwards.






Sunday, February 12, 2017

Fun Flag for Plutonium: Element 94


The Fun Flag for Element 94, Plutonium is based upon flag state flag for California but with several modifications.  Since this element was first created in California, the California state flag dominates.  But a leading quartet of four men were responsible for the genesis of Plutonium.  The primary fathers of Plutonium were from Michigan, Iowa, Texas, and fatefully California.  Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg was born in Ishpeming, Michigan; Arthur Wahl was born in Des Moines, Iowa; Joseph W. Kennedy was born in Nacogdoches, Texas, and by providence from Redondo Beach, California we have Edwin McMillan.

Consequently elements from their respective state flags are a part of the Fun Plutoniun Flag.  Instead of telling what they are, I'll just let yous figure it out for yourselves.  If you do, please feel free to comment on the post!

Pluto the planet was discovered February 18, 1930.  Plutonium was identified on February 23, 1941, but later was given a birth date to December 14, 1940- after chemical analysis.  Likewise Pluto the Dog was created and later named after his creation.  Pluto the Dog appeared in The Chain Gang 1930.  

After Pluto the Planet was named, the unnamed dog from The Chain Gang received his name - Pluto.  Neat thing is that Pluto the Plant, Pluto the Element, and Pluto the Dog were all named a while after their first appearance, and all three were discovered by and in the USA, making this a Plutonian Hat-Trick.




Fun Flag for Uranium, Element 92


The Fun Flag for Uranium is based upon the flag of Germany.  It is due to the scientific pursuits of Martin Heinrich Klaproth while in Berlin that this material was recognized as an atomic elemental.  This atomic element was named after the recently discovered planet of Uranus. 

There is an intense JFK-Lincoln like synchronicity about this deadly and beautiful atom.  Both Uranus and Uranium were discovered by German born scientists.  Heinrich Klaproth was born in Wernigerode which is now Saxony-Anhalt, while the discoverer of Uranus, Friedrich Wilhelm Hersechel was born in Hanover which is now Lower Saxony.


Uranus was discovered on March 13, 1781 during the same year the first government of the United States was legalized on March 1, 1781 via the Articles of Confederation.

Uranium was discovered in 1789 the same year the second government of the United States was legalized on March 4, 1789 with the US Constitution. 

The first nuclear weapon that utilized Uranium was used by the United States, as its government was synchronized to the discoveries of the atom and planet.  And finally, nuclear fission was discovered by German born scientists Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassmann, and its theoretical explanation by Lise Meitner and Otto Frisch.



Saturday, February 11, 2017

Fun Flag for Element 58- Cerium


The Fun Flag for Cerium, Element 58, combines the flags of Sweden and Germany.  Reason being, this matter was independently and coincidentally recognized in the same year, 1803, by Sweden and Germany.   Jöns Jakob Berzelius and Wilhelm Hisinger of Sweden, and Martin Heinrich Klaproth of Germany were the first three humans to sense and describe the scientific element of 58 protons, but it was the Sweden's Berzelius who named this atom Cerium. Berzelius named it after the recently discovered planet of Ceres, which was recently visited by the NASA's Dawn probe in 2015.




Friday, February 10, 2017

Fun Flag for Palladium, Element 46


The Fun Flag for Palladium is based upon the English Flag.  Reason being, an English Scientist, William Hyde Wollaston, discovered this element in 1802.  He named it after the newly discovered planet Pallas.  Consequently the planetary symbol for Pallas makes up the central portion which looks like a female symbol but with a central square instead of a circle.



Thursday, February 9, 2017

Southern Britain and Northern Ireland UK Flag, Upon the Scottish Exit


Fade to Welsh/Cornish Black Conservative Switch

 Southern Britain and the Republic of Northern Ireland may become a reality in the near future if Scotland ever leaves the United Kingdom.  Thus UK has several flag options to choose from in the event of a Scotexit.  Additionally with the coat of arms, the Welsh Dragon will certainly replace the Unicorn.

UK Flag, English Expression
If Scotland should every leave the United Kingdom here are two flags which could replace the current design of the United Kingdom.  The Upper flag expresses the English white and Northern Irish flags clearly. 
UK Flag, Wales Expression



 
The more black flag which expresses Welsh and Cornish colours and is a more conservative change, that retains the original UK flavor.





UK flag, Wales Major Expression
In this version the Welsh yellow cross of St. David is more strongly expressed.




The Austrian English Heritage Flag




The English-Austrian Flag is for persons who identify as both English and Austrian.

Spanish English Heritage Flag


The English-Spanish Heritage flag is for persons who identify as both Spanish and English.

English Polish Heritage Flag



The Polish-English Heritage Flag is for persons who identify as both English and Polish.

English Irish Heritage Flag





The Irish-English Heritage Flag is for persons who identify as both Irish and English.

English Italian Heritage Flag


The Italian-English Heritage flag is for persons who identify as English and Italian.

English Netherlands Heritage Flag



The Dutch-English Heritage Flag is for persons who identify as both English and Dutch in anyway.

English German Heritage Flag


The German-English Heritage Union Flag represents persons who share links to both Germany and England.

English French Mixed Heritage Flag


The French-English Fusion flag is for events and persons who are mixed English and French.  Usually an intense rivalry for most as is the case with Korea and Japan, but many times great love and harmony and love can exist between the English and French.  In this case persons who are mixed up with both English and French heritages genetic or not can fly this flag of love.


Fun Flag for Helium, Element Number 2


The Fun Flag for Helium is based upon a combination of the English and French Flags.  The English Red Cross takes center stage while the background colours of France are recessive.  In the center is a shield with the symbol of the Sun which also acts as an element of Helium with two electrons.

Helion, or rather Helium, was first noticed as a separate element by a Frenchman in India, Jules Janssen, but it was an Englishman, Norman Lockyer, who first to gave it a name, and both events coincidentally by providence took place in 1868.  Lockyer named this element after the Sun God from the Greeks, Helios.


Fun Flag for Selenium, Element 34


The Fun Flag for Selenium is based upon the Swedish national coat of arms.  Instead of three golden crowns we have three golden atoms, and instead of red rubies we have red electrons.  The symbol of the moon is in the crest position and the colours of Sweden are shown, blue and yellow.

The Fun Selenium flag has a moon upon it since it's namesake is the Greek for the Goddess of the Moon- Selene.


Fun Flag for Element 52, Tellurium


The Fun Flag for Tellurium is based upon the flag of Romania, since this element was discovered there, during its Austrian Hapsburg phase.  Likewise the central coat of arms are black and yellow which are related to the Austrian Hapsburg Era colours.

Also note since Tellurium is named after the planet Earth, we have the symbol of Earth in the center with two atoms up top and its atomic Z number on the lower portion.  Like a proper set deck of cards, Tellurium is Oxygen's second cousin, leaning towards the transgendered element, being both masculine metal and feminine organic-wood.

Coincidentally the pattern of Romania is repeated in Africa with the nation of Chad and two more times in Europe with Andorra and Moldova. The Earth symbol by synchronicity reflects four different corners of the Earth that carry the "Romanian-Earth" colours: Romania, Chad, Moldova, and Andorra. They are so many unused national flag patterns, like they could have modified the order or use a different pattern?  Nope, it was by fate that these four nations would use the blue, yellow, red vertical tribar, how graceful now, considering the genesis of the Fun Tellurium Flag.




Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Fun Flag for Copper


The Fun Copper Flag is based upon the flags of Cyprus, which is where the word copper is derived from.  The copper and green colours are based upon the flag of modern day Cyprus, as is the olive branch. Likewise the lions are based upon the old British colonial ensign.  Finally red is also taken from the Northern Cyprus flag as well.

The three lions symbolize that this element was known to the ancients, as it was in Africa, Asia, and Europe before the rise of the Roman Empire or Great Walls of China. Under the green lion is the Egyptian word for Copper, under the red lion is the Chinese word for copper, and finally under the copper lion is the English word for Copper.  Just above the olive branches is the atomic Z number for copper, 29.