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cross of Lorraine


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  • n. A cross consisting of a vertical bar intersected by a shorter horizontal one above its midpoint, and again by another horizontal bar half the length of the first, intersecting the vertical bar midway between the larger horizontal bar and the top of the vertical bar: ☨


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  • Ean and Deike Begg describe a strange Crucifixion scene in which Joseph of Arimathea holding a cross of Lorraine is shown, on the right, catching drops of Jesus' blood.

    The Templar Revelation


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