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Letters by letters: Alphabetical mixture - Laurent Plughaupt
Laurent Pflughaupt, a printmaker and calendar artist, analyses every character of the Latin script in detail, traces its origins, development and shape and discusses its important acronyms, icons and associated meaning. As a tribute, this affectionately illuminated volume offers access to the contemporary English script abroad and allows the readers to see his or her correspondence in a new, vivid way, which is sure to inform and bewitch anyone interested in it.
Dew Symbol of Redemption
The dew has been the symbol of the crucifix's divine doctrine for hundreds of years. Soon the Jews had begun to develop an exegetic language for every character of the script. In the opinion of some, the dew, it was the end, the end, the completion of the whole revelation. To others, the first character of the word Tora signified the total of those acts that lead to redemption.
Only later, through the deaths of Jesus, was this word understood in terms of passion. The alphabetic Greek word, the character Tau was the character that showed the number 300.
Oigen tells how the Arche is the life-raft that announces the redemptive X, since 300 is TAU. So it is the beginning of the name of Jesus who comes after announcing the coming of mercy through the crucifix. The first two of our epistles refer to Jesus in the last reference to the crucifix.
Slay the ancients, boys, virgins, wives and sons, until they are slaughtered, but do not touching anyone who bears the mark on their heads. And then I saw another of the angels rising from the west, with the signet of the God alive. Pity neither the land nor the seas nor the trees, until we have the signet of our God on the brow of his butlers.
"and the number of them that were set up with the signet was one hundred and forty-four thousand. Signet on the front of the servant, is obviously an reference to Ezekiel the dew on the front of the pens. Dew is the last character of the Jewish script and has the form of a crucifix, the crucifix, as it appears before the Pilate Script.
This epistle takes an important place in the lives of St. Francis, since it not only uses it often, but also shows a genuine love, if not dedication, for this mark. "Francis would use this signet to write whenever he sent some of his scriptures out of need or out of outreach.
" Francis accepted the dew, which is also the shape of this epistle, the manuscript is that of the dew crucifixion, Jesus was crossed. Accept the dew as your own signature - then say "Sign Manual" - and present it as the coat of arms on the burgeoning Order of the Friars Minor, which makes clear the importance Francislaims.
Under Celano's testimony about the wall engraving by Francesco's epistle tau is corroborated by archaeology. When St. Francis has selected and accepted the symbol of dew, the cause must be found in his affection for the newborn. If it has expanded, it is because he wanted to teach good fortune through the Holy Trinity.
St. Francis felt this call, an invocation to a general mobilisation on a cross of repentance and repentance. In this way Francis wanted to impress himself and his brethren with the dew, which became a symbol of vocation but also a symbol of repentance and the favourite subject of his sermon to persuade everyone to repent.
St. Francis is conscious that the dew is also the symbol for the winner, having even praised the guidance in his own body through the stigmas. Francis, during the stigmatization, he felt himself to become "bearer of the signet of the alive God", i.e. not only to present the symbols of salvation in his own personality, but also to demand his own belongings as part of the angels.
Pacifico, a fellow of Francis, had a premonition (this before he became French county minister). "Francis Tau, whose colours gave the saint's face a marvelous splendour. These dew, sparkling from the front of Francis, were "beautiful and colourful rings like the pens of the peacock".
" St. Francis in the dew symbol had seen a symbol and symbol operative for all who join the marking.