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printed Prussian flags


We have available to buy 2 different types of Prussian flags, printed on 110g/m2 polyester. Width: 170cm, height: 100cm, with a tie on each corner to allow for versatile use (they can be cut off if not needed). More information about the designs below.

flag size

Flags cost €30 plus postage costs:
Lithuania: €2
Europe: €5
Rest of the world: €10

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Prussian flag

Prussian flag

In 1988-1989, the flag of the Prussian Brotherhood was established as a horizontal black-red-black tricolour with two thin stripes. According to legends, Prussian regiments had such a flag when they served Prince Vladimir of Kiev in the 11th century.

The Prussian flag reflects a natural phenomenon. It is the Baltic Sea after sunset: dark seawater and the dark sky, with the red glow of the sunset between them.

The combination of colours of the Prussian flag is a symbolic representation of Rāmawa in the context of Prābutiskan, 'Prussian mystical eternity'. Rāmawa is the red middle ground between the calm eternal darkness; the red flicker of RĀM-MĀR. And between the consciousness of Rāmawa and the darkness of eternity, the white boundary protects us from the influence of Māra's illusions.

Dark, light and red are the earliest terms used to describe colors in many different languages. The Prussian flag is therefore a full expression of archaicism in the present time.

The Prussian flag with coat of arms

Prussian flag with bear

The Prussian coat of arms was described in 1529 by Simon Grunau in his Prussian Chronicle in his account of the events of 523 - the laws of Prutenis and Widewuto: "...and in the place where the shield stood, two white horses stood astride, and they held the shield in their midst, and the shield depicted half of a man standing, but his head was like that of a bear with its jaws open..."

According to the legendary date of the Laws of Widewuto, the coat of arms is 1500 years old. The shield between the two horses is a protected sacred space, the Rāmawa. A being located between two twins usually indicates a central deity, or the axis mundi. The man-bear with gaping jaws is an ancestor who continues to speak to us.

Prussian Gods Peckols Perkunas, Potrimpo (Patollus, Percunus, Potrimpus) & King Waidewuti's Crest