Rothschild Coat of Arms Symbolism

by Quinton on August 29th, 2013
Rothschild Coat of Arms Symbolism

"The coat of arms of the Rothschild banking family. Their family's insignia is strikingly similar to the Royal Arms of England, and we do not think this is mere coincidence. Suggestively, their surname means "red shield." The red background of their family shield is identical to that found on the heraldic arms of the Byzantine emperors and Vatican. Although the Rothschilds are not of royal blood, they have served the Venetian and Hanoverian royals from whom their power is derived. Above his door, Amschel Mayer Rothschild displayed the solar eagle of Aton, with five arrows in its claws, nearly identical to that seen on the US one dollar bill." -- Michael Tsarion

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