Thursday, September 28, 2006

Seiren Chruseien Kremasantes

I did this some time ago, but when Chris put up his seal at Mixing Memory, I remembered that I never got around to posting it here. So here is the Seal of Siris, from the says-it.com Seal Generator:



Assuming that I didn't mess up the motto somehow, it's a Greek phrase that means 'Hang up a chain of gold', but I might not have transferred it properly from its original context (line 19). The original "Seiren chruseien ex ouranothen kremasantes" seemed too long and cumbersome; so the "ex ouranothen" (from the heavens) should just be understood. And as it stands, it's very catchy (say it out loud, and you'll see).

1 comment:

  1. vando7:04 PM

    jesus can save your life. Think abou it!

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