The new logo of the Sandum Church
The Sandum Church (officially known as ἡ Σανδῆς Ἐκκλησία in Greek) has been granted a new monogram and logo from the Sôgmô in þess role as the Sacer Flamen of the Collegium Sacerodotum. The monogram is composed of the letters of the Latin IHS monogram, meaning “Iesus Hominum Salvator” (Jesus the People’s Saviour), and contains the colours of found in the coat of arms of the State of Sandus.
The significance of the new monogram, as described by the Sacer Flamen, is that the three lines separated by a single horizontal line represent the Trinity in heaven and on earth. The number three is also significant to Sandus generally because of the tripartite Sandum Philosophy.
The new emblem or monogram of the Sandum Church depicts the stylised letters IHS and the Sandum national flag.
The church’s logo is comprised of the monogram…
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