European Union Flag
The flag of the European Union has a blue background and twelve Venus rings. The twelve five-pointed Venus are not common people. It is understood that the twelve countries that joined the European Community were originally twelve.
The twelve stars on the flag are a perfect ancient symbol, which means twelve months a year, twelve hours a day, twelve main gods in Greek mythology and so on. The “ring” symbolizes the cooperation and unity of European countries. The literary and artistic inspiration of the flag comes from the “twelve star crowns” behind the head of the Virgin Mother in the revival religious painting. The real restoration of the flag is the main design idea.
On the blue background, there are 12 Venus rings. The literary and artistic inspiration comes from the “twelve star crowns” behind the brain of the Virgin Mother in the Renaissance Religious Paintings. The origin of the “twelve star crowns” comes from the section of Revelation 12: “At this time, there is a big vision in the sky: a woman wearing the sun, foot on the moon, head wearing the crown of twelve stars… “This woman is usually interpreted as the Virgin Mary. Therefore, the concept of “Star Crown” symbolizes the perfect unity of the European nation. In 1986, when the flag of the European Union was officially used, there were exactly 12 member states. It was a coincidence that the numbers were right.
The “Blue Sky Venus Flag” currently used by the European Union was originally the flag of the Council of Europe, which has been in use since 1955. In 1986, the European Conference decided to use the “Blue Sky Venus Flag” as the flag of the European Union. The flag has a dark blue background and a pattern of “twelve pentagonal Venus rings in a circle” in the middle. It symbolizes the unity of nations.