Monday, July 15, 2013

Triquetra = samosas = a no, no, for Somalia muslims!!

Samosas good to eat!

Truquetra, that shapes like samosas..

Christian Fish symbolises early Chriatian religion

Samosas on the cover of New King James Version bible...
                                                          *Breaking News*
Archbishop Joseph Salvador Marino was born in Birmingham, Alabama, USA in 1953.  He is an American, not Italian or European.  Chances are he is working for the CIA, but one thing is for sure he is a good friend of the former US Ambassador to Malaysia, that obnoxious John Mallot.  So are we surprised!

Probably unrelated to Papal Nuncio's statement about Allah and God but a bunch of Islamist in Somalia decided to ban samosas, a famous food for the Somalian, because they shaped like the Blessed Trinity or Triquetra. I hoped they are not going to also ban fish since it also symbolises early Christian religion.

"Islamist group in Somalia bans samosas after deciding they're too Western 

Militants believe triangular snack 'resembles Christian Holy Trinity'  Read more here!

The symbol has been used by Christians as a sign of the Blessed Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit), especially since the Celtic Revival of the 19th century. When modern designers began to display the triquetra as a stand-alone design, it recalled the three-leafed shamrock which was similarly offered as a Trinity symbol by Saint Patrick. Some have also suggested that the triquetra has a similarity to the Christian Ιχθυς symbol. The triquetra has been used extensively on Christian sculpture, vestments, book arts and stained glass. It has been used on the title page and binding of some editions of the New King James Version.

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