Of course it looks like a stylized falcon, especially to us, considering what we know. But that doesn't mean it's the only thing it symbolizes (in fact it isn't, as we've know for a very, very long time), and there's more to it than just the falcon part too. Furthermore, only that very specific symbol is used, we've never seen any actual falcons so far. In Falconia on the other hand, we have plenty of falcon statues and other esoteric symbols, but no sign of the Holy See's emblem.asmer said:However, I always interpreted the insignia/mark we've seen used by followers of the Holy See as some representation of a symbolized Falcon...?
Something tells me you didn't read the whole thread carefully.asmer said:Argh, I "re-read" the episode before my previous post, and just realizes after your post that we do! And it's somehow inspired by Rome I guess (the Colosseum, St. Peter's Square). But no church/temple in view (for now), that's for sure!