There are 2 places called Susa 1 is the ancient Accadian city of Persia Iran, the capital of the Elamites. (circa 2250 years BC)
The other Susa is in Piedmont region of Italy, close by the Sacra of Saint Michel and its opposite side neighbour the Mount Musine, famous for alleged prehistorical graffitis related to UFO and site of occult practices.
From Susa in Iran was found a the "Stele of Victory of Nuram Sin". It celebrates the victory of the king god Nuram Sin over the Lullubi people of the Zagros Mountains.
The stele shows a sort of line of steps going up where the king god is standing on. The scene is diagonally made so he is standing over his own army and also, to the right there is a sort of pyramid shape that could be a mountain peak above. Two sun are in the sky. Those perishing are visibly defeated and disarmed.
The tomb of the Prophet Daniel from Susa has a similar proportion to the mountain in the stele.
Interesting the symbolism of the Nuram Sin being has a horned head, and the 2 sun above are part of the scene.
What has got to do with the Villasanta is that the line drawn from Susa in Iran and to Susa in Piedmont can be extended to Brest in France where also one line from Villasanta diagram can be be exented to Brest.
I have re-edited this post and added new photos.
There are photos of the pavement from the Castle square in Vigevano, a stone mosaic of 6 points star outside the Cathedral and sun rays mosaics on the same sqaure under the lamposts.
Other photos I added is als for the curiosity I found a hotel in Brest on the internet (La corniche) and it shows the hotel reception.
Talking about coat of arms, The city of Tirana in Albania is on this line from Susa. This city was found by the Turks around 1640 there are 2 stars on the coat of arms.
The painting fresco I was referring in the previous post regarding Gandino the town with 2 dragons on its coat of arms is inside the youtube video.
A new finding is that the precise mid point of the Susa to Susa axis, is Pergamon (Temple of Isis, altar of Zeus) modern city is Bergama.
all images in the video clip above!
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