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Chapter 14: Iran Politics Club Flags, Conclusion and Sources
Pictorial History of Iranian Flags
Ahreeman X
March 17, 2012

Iran Politics Club Flags


Iran Politics Club Official Faravahar Iran Flag
Flag of IPC: The "Iran Politics Club"
The Official and Original Flag of IPC. Faravahar as one of the cultural, historical and traditional emblems of Iran was best suited to become the official logo of The Iran Politics Club. The IPC Faravahar is white (Color of Zoroastrian Purity and Aryans). The White IPC Faravahar stands in the center of the flag. Behind The IPC Faravahar, is a specific light spectrum, with rainbow colors (of the sky) on top and water colors (of the sea) at the bottom.

The IPC Faravahar is of a unique glass spectrum design. The IPC Faravahar is white (Color of Zoroastrian Purity and Aryans). With his right hand he is giving the “Ancient Persian Aryan Salute” and with his left hand he is handing the “Ring of Power” to the Persian Shahanshahs or Shahbanus. Faravahar is half human (upper half) and half beast (lower half). This represents the original “Duality Doctrine” of Zoroastrianism. Faravahar represents Ahuramazda (upper half) and Ahreeman (lower half) which are 2 sides of the same coin.

For more information about Faravahar read:

Meaning of Faravahar, Derafsh Kaviani and Persian Colors

For more information about Ring of Power read:

Pictorial History of Iranian Military Uniforms: Chapter 5: Achaemenian Uniforms 4

Persian Mythology, Gods, Goddesses and ……

For more information about Zoroastrianism read:

Zoroastra and Zoroastrianism, The Real Story


Iran Politics Club Faravahar Roundel Iran Flag
Flag of IPC: The "Iran Politics Club" Roundel
Faravahar Roundel stands out in the Persian blue skies


Iran Politics Club Lion and Sun Persian Straight Sword Standard Iran Flag
Flag of IPC: The Iran Flag (Standard)
The Political Flag of IPC.
The official Green, White and Red with Straight Sword Lion.
The Straight Persian Sword version of The Ancient Iranian Lion, Sun and Sword Emblem. IPC emphasizes on The Persian Values (Persianhood); therefore, a Straight Double Edged Persian Sword had to replace the Curved Sword. Even though the Curved Sword was the Persian Version Curved Sword, yet still the Curved Sword has Tazi Roots.


Iran Politics Club Lion and Sun Persian Straight Sword Large Standard Iran Flag
Flag of IPC: The Iran Flag (Large Banner)
The Political Flag of IPC.
The official Green, White and Red with Straight Sword Lion.


Iran Politics Club Lion and Sun Persian Straight Sword Square Standard Iran Flag
Flag of IPC: The Iran Flag (Square Banner)
The Political Flag of IPC.
The official Green, White and Red with Straight Sword Lion.


Iran Politics Club “Pure Persian Pride” Lion and Sun Persian Straight Sword Clear Crest
Flag of IPC: Pure Persian Pride (PPP)
The Lion with Straight Sword Banner
The Persian Lion Flag of IPC. The Straight Persian Sword version of The Ancient Iranian Lion, Sun and Sword Emblem. IPC emphasizes on The Persian Values; therefore, a Persian Sword had to replace the Curved Sword.

Pure Persian Pride (PPP) Banners are designed by “Lawrence of Persia” (LOP)

The IPC Lion standing on the Aryan Ground of Iran, holding a straight double edged Persian Sword with The Holy Sun Goddess Mitra (Ancient Persian Sun Goddess) behind him. Mitra’s face is clearly visible in the sun. Mitra is to protect the Aryan Lion and the Lion is to protect the Aryan Persians. The Persian Sword is the symbol of Persian Power. This is the “Pure Persian Pride” Banner of IPC.

Pure Persian Pride (PPP) Banner versions


Iran Politics Club Lion and Sun Persian Straight Sword Sky Crest
Light Blue = Persian Skies of Iran Banner (Future Persian Air Force Banner)


Iran Politics Club Lion and Sun Persian Straight Sword Immortal Guards Purple Crest
Purple = Persian Immortals Banner (Original Immortals Banner) and (IPC Immortal Guards Banner)


Iran Politics Club Lion and Sun Persian Straight Sword Royal Blue Crest
Darbar Blue = Persian Royal Blue Banner (Original Persian Imperial Courthouse Banner)


Iran Politics Club Lion and Sun Persian Straight Sword Navy Crest
Navy = Persian Seas Banner (Future Persian Navy Banner)


Iran Politics Club Lion and Sun Persian Straight Sword Dark Crest
Black = Persian IPC Dark Banner (The Ahreemanic Power Banner)


Iran Politics Club Lion and Sun Persian Straight Sword Invert Crest
Inverse Black = Persian Power of Duality Banner (Ahreeman and Ahuramazda Banner)


Iran Politics Club Lion and Sun Persian Straight Sword Army Green Crest
Green = Persia The Green and Fertile Banner (Future Persian Army Banner)


Iran Politics Club “Pure Persian Pride” Lion and Sun Persian Straight Sword White Crest
White = The Original Pure Persian Pride Banner


Iran Politics Club Lion and Sun Persian Straight Sword Blood Red Revolutionary Crest
Red = Persian Blood Banner (Revolutionary Banner of IPC) and (Future Persian Marines Banner)


Flag of Ahreemania (Large Banner)
The Ceremonial Banner of Ahreemania
Iran Politics Club Ahreemania: Ahreeman, Anahita, Mitra Sun and Galaxy Iran Flag
Ahreeman on the left, raising the traditional Iranian Curved Sword with his right hand and holding Goddess Anahita with his left hand. Behind them, shines Mitra, the Persian Sun Goddess to shed light and to protect them. Underneath their feet lies The Galaxy of Milky Way!
Ahreemania Banners are designed by “Lawrence of Persia” (LOP)


Flag of Ahreemania (Midsize Banner)
Ahreemania Banners are designed by “Lawrence of Persia” (LOP)


Emblem of Ahreemania
Ahreemania Banners are designed by “Lawrence of Persia” (LOP)


Iran Politics Club Faravahar Flag
Flag of IPC: The Faravahar Banner
The Ceremonial Banner of IPC.
The official Green, White and Red with Gold Faravahar centered logo flag of IPC.


Iran Politics Club Traditional Faravahar Iran Flag
Flag of IPC: The Traditional Faravahar Banner
The Holy Ceremonial Banner of IPC.
The official Green, White and Red with Traditional Faravahar centered logo flag of IPC.


Iran Politics Club Ancient Faravahar Iran Flag
Flag of IPC: The Ancient Design Faravahar Banner
The Neo Holy Ceremonial Banner of IPC.
The official Green, White and Red with Ancient Design Faravahar centered logo flag of IPC.

New Futurist Faravahar Flags and Emblems

Futurist Faravahar Flags and Emblems are the most modern series of banners added to the IPC Flags. Faravahar is the ancient Persian symbol. In IPC we had the original, traditional and the ancient ceremonial Faravahar Emblems; however, modern times require modern emblems.

As a Futurist I always criticize the “Backward” and “Outdated” Iranian Opposition believing in outdated and dead philosophies (Islam, Monarchy, Marxism, Socialism, Marxist Islamism, etc.). We need to look forward rather than backward. We must adapt ourselves to the Information Age and we must adopt and educate ourselves to the futuristic concepts. Iranian future government must draft Science, Evolution, Federalism, Futurism and Technology, mix and match them and then blend them with Nationalism to create the desired future philosophy of Iran.

The Time waits for no one. Outdated philosophies have no place in today’s world. Dead philosophies belong to the bookshelves of history. There is no room to regress. 1400 years of regression is enough. The future is progress.

Future of Iran will be built on Futurism + Nationalism. Let’s put it in formula:

Future of Iran = Futurism + Nationalism

To build the future we already are educating the future generation and turning them on to science, technology, evolution, federalism, true history, culture, traditions, futurism and nationalism. We are already teaching the future philosophy of the future government of Iran to the future generation of Iran. This is what we do in IPC. IPC as the largest Iranian website and network online is a mass educational machine. What was needed was a new banner and a new emblem which represents the “Tomorrow”. This tomorrow must be a combination of Futurism and Nationalism. Mix them up and the tomorrow will be created.

What other icon is better than Faravahar? The Faravahar represents everything we are all about. Faravahar represents Iran and Iranians. Faravahar is pure Nationalism but is it also Futurism?

Why not to create a Futuristic Faravahar?

Futurist Faravahar Description

Futurist Faravahar design is based on the Ancient Faravahar design except that the Head, the Tail and the Wings are turned aerodynamic to fly high in the skies of Iran. The new and improved Futurist Faravahar is simple, geometric and aerodynamic. The new Faravahar has trapezoid shaped head, tail and wings. The only element not trapezoidal in the Futurist Faravahar’s body is his torso upper body (heart). Instead of a torso and a heart, the Futurist Faravahar has a White circle which represents a “Lantern” which shines the “Light of Aryans” (Ancient Universal Knowledge of Zoroastrianism) to the Persians and the Persian land. “The Shining Lantern” replaces Faravahar’s Torso and Heart.

The Futurist Faravahar is Simple, Logical, Geometric, Aerodynamic and Futuristic.

Futurist Faravahar = Trapezoidal Aerodynamic Limbs + Circular Shining Lantern Heart

Futurist Faravahar is both physically and spiritually upgraded, superior and enlightening.
Futurist Faravahar is the Wave of the Future.

The Tricolor

The original Green, White and Red turns to Red, White and Green because primarily it takes blood and sacrifice from the masses (Red) using their genuine Persian shining light of knowledge (White) to achieve peace and prosperity (Green). Iranians must clearly comprehend this fact:

Red: Blood, Sacrifice, Revolution and War
White: Shining Light of the Universal Wisdom (Ahuramazda and Ahreeman)
Green: Peace, Prosperity, Fertility and Greenery

Futurist Faravahar Flags and Emblems - Versions


Futurist Faravahar Flag
Iran Politics Club Futurist Faravahar Iran Flag


Futurist Faravahar Flash
Iran Politics Club Futurist Faravahar Centered Flash Insignia


Futurist Faravahar Bar
Iran Politics Club Futurist Faravahar Tricolor Horizontal Bar Banner


Futurist Faravahar Insignia
Iran Politics Club Futurist Faravahar Insignia


Futurist Faravahar Red Insignia
Iran Politics Club Futurist Faravahar Red Insignia


Blood Faravahar Flag
Iran Politics Club Futurist Faravahar Blood Trim Iran Flag


Blood Faravahar Insignia
Iran Politics Club Futurist Faravahar Blood Trim Insignia


Blood Trim Faravahar Flag
Iran Politics Club Futurist Faravahar Blood Trim Dark Banner Iran Flag


Dark Faravahar Flag
Iran Politics Club Futurist Faravahar Dark Banner Iran Flag


Dark Faravahar Insignia
Iran Politics Club Futurist Faravahar Dark Insignia


Futurist Faravahar Iran Flag
Present Green, White and Red Order Iran Flag
Iran Politics Club Futurist Faravahar Tricolor Iran Flag


Iran Politics Club Lion and Sun Persian Straight Sword Fade Iran Flag
Flag of IPC: IPC Lion and Sun Fade Banner
Sun represents Mitra, The Ancient Persian Sun Goddess. Mitra’s picture can be seen in the sun. The IPC Aryan Persian Lion holding the Persian Straight Sword stands in front of the faded decorative tricolor flag of Iran.


Flag of IPC: Animated Straight Sword Lion
Animated version of the Straight Sword IPC Aryan Persian Lion on Iranian Tricolor Flag


Flag of IPC: Animated Straight Sword Lion with the pole
Animated version of the Straight Sword IPC Aryan Persian Lion on Iranian Tricolor Flag with the pole.


Iran Politics Club Chain Links Bar Banner Iran Flag
IPC Flag: The Iran Chain Banner
This is a modern flag of IPC, with 3 links of the chain with Iranian colors (green, white, red) representing masses of Iran (the links) united like a chain! The Iranians like links of the chain, hold on tight to each other as a united punch in the mouth of the AIOG (Arabo-Islamic Occupational Government) of Islamic Republic. The Resistance shall overcome.


Iran Politics Club Chain Links Bar Banner Small Iran Flag
IPC Flag: The Iran Chain Banner – Small


Iran Aryan Flag – The Dark Glory
Persian Aryan Flag of IPC


Banner of Ahreeman Persian
The New Banner of Ahreeman
Iran Politics Club Lion and Sword Ahreeman Persian Banner Iran Flag
The Battle Ready Ahreemanic Lion with Long Curved Sword Roaring


Banner of Ahreeman Persian - The Green-Trim
The New Banner of Ahreeman - Green Version
Iran Politics Club Lion and Sword Ahreeman Persian Green Trim Banner Iran Flag
The Battle Ready Ahreemanic Lion with Long Curved Sword Roaring


Banner of Ahreeman Persian - The Blood-Trim
The New Banner of Ahreeman - Blood Version
Iran Politics Club Lion and Sword Ahreeman Persian Blood Trim Banner Iran Flag
The Battle Ready Ahreemanic Lion with Long Curved Sword Roaring


Iran Politics Club Lion and Sun with Persian Curved Sword Iran Flag
The Oversize Curved Sword Lion Flag

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Iran Flags’ History Conclusion

As mentioned before, here are the
Periods of Iranian History:

1. Ancient Civilizations Era: 6000 BC - 2000 BC
2. Vedai Era: 2000 BC - 850 BC
3. Pre-Avesta Era: 850 BC - 728 BC
4. The Kingdom Era: 728 BC - 559 BC
5. The First Imperial Era: 559 BC - 651 AD
6. The First Arabo-Islamic Invasion-Occupation Era: 651 AD - 873 AD
7. The Second Imperial Era: 873 AD - 1979 AD
8. The Second Arabo-Islamic Invasion-Occupation Era: 1979 AD – present

My friends, once again an 8000 years old culture is under the sword and boots of Islam! Same old story indeed! Islamic Culture of Death has once more spread throughout our homeland. Islamism is out to destroy our culture and heritage. What are you doing about it?

If one reads certain historical books such as "Varese Molk-e Kian" written by Dr. Hamid Khajeh Nasiri, which is basically the results of the interviews with Ayatollah Pasandideh (Khomeini’s brother), plus Dr. Nasiri’s research on the subject of Khomeini's life-history; then one will know the truth about Khomeini's past. Pasandideh who was basically banned by Khomeini in many ways in IRI, was a truthful man, and he left us the true accounts of Khomeini's past.

Khomeini was of the Indian origin, with an Indian Sikh father and a Hindu mother. Later on after living in Pakistan and India, eventually for financial purposes and personal reasons he became Muslim. He always had a bone to pick with Parsis, especially in India; he always had a problem with Iran and Iranians. He always had perversions to his old Sikhism religion and according to some historians; he had started the whole Islamic Fundamentalist deal to subconsciously destroy Iran, and to get revenge from Parsis of India and Iranians. Throughout his life, Parsis of India and Iranians never accepted him; therefore, he had made an oath to himself to destroy Iran! Khomeini was not even a True Muslim!

As you pay a close attention, you will see that the emblem of Allah on the flag of IRI is taken from the Sikh emblem. If you go to Sikh Temples you will see the Sikh emblem on their flag, waving on the temple-tops. You can go to any Sikh temple around the world and view this fact for yourselves. One example is in Los Angeles and on Robertson Street. There is a Sikh temple, Spiritual and Psychology Center, on 1536 Robertson, named The "Khalsah Center." Another example is "Guru Ram Oas Ashram Center" which you are welcomed to go and visit. You will see the Sikh Flag waving, and it is the exact duplicate of the IRI Flag. The only difference is that The Sikh Flag has a right and a left inner swords crossing the main vertical sword; yet, The Allah Flag in addition has an extra pair of swords on the further right and left side, so all together, the five swords create the word: Allah! In addition, The Sikh Flag has a circle in the middle, but The Allah Flag has a “Tashdid” (Emphasis Letter) on top of The Allah word!

This emblem was strictly designed through special-order by Khomeini to be put on the Iranian flag; this is his ultimate revenge to force his Indian Roots and beliefs, indirectly and under disguise upon the most glorious of our symbols, our Tricolor Derafsh-e Kaviani! Khomeini had made a mockery of Islam; furthermore, he made a mockery of Iran! Khomeini’s uninformed followers have continued their abominational path into the 21sth century. Once you read Khomeini’s auto-biographical episodes according to Pasandideh his brother, then you will understand the roots of his opportunism and his well-planed revenge from Parsis and Persians whom ignored him in his childhood! Khomeini was a flaming Internationalist melancholic with an agenda of revenge from Iranians and Parsis of India.

So the precious Allah emblem of IRI is nothing but a cheap imitation of the Sikh Flag of Sikhism Religion of India, stolen and duplicated by Khomeini.

What else does this flag stands for? Allah, which originally was a Black Rock, a totem of The Arab Moon God, worshiped by Bedouin Arabs! Later on, Mohammed adopted it to his filthy religion and named him Allah, his Great God!

On the other hand, if you read books like "History of The Iranian Flag" by Nosratollah Bokhtur-tash, then you will understand that the Lion and sun is an ancient emblem going back thousands of years. My research reveals that Lion and Sun in fact has deep roots going back 8000 years, all the way to Shush (Susa) Civilization of Khuzestan.

Many simpletons still believe that The Lion and Sun Logo have been created by Mohammad Reza Shah, or Reza Shah, or Qajar! They believe this logo is a Monarchist Logo, which represents Monarchy! Little do they know that Lion and Sun is in fact our history and culture. The Lion and Sun has been with us for millenniums and it has nothing to do with Monarchy!

Now please compare our glorious heritage, our Lion and Sun, with the stolen and adopted Sikh Indiano-Islamic emblem of Khomeini? Then ask yourselves which one identifies with Iran and Iranians?!

Any person who still believes that Lion and Sun is the symbol of Monarchy; yet, Allah is the symbol of the Persian Republic, is either a traitor to Iran or a simpleton and an uninformed fool!

Without the knowledge of our history, culture and identity, we will fall in the darkness of superstition and abyss of ignorance. This was how our national emblem for millenniums had overnight changed to an Indiano-Sikh Arabo-Islamic Spider Logo, which represents a Black Rock which used to be placed in Ka’bbah and worshiped by non-Iranian Arabs! Today, the uninformed public prays this logo as the emblem of the new republic!

You shall be the judge. The future generation shall be the judge!

Soon or late, Iranians must educate themselves to their true history and abandon their Arab Worship (Islam). Only then, Iranians will arise and reclaim their Persian Identity, which they have been denied by the first and the second Arabo-Islamic Invasion-Occupation of our land.

My goal is to mass inform and educate the masses and the youth to facilitate and provide a cultural and moral revolution, hence to achieve a social and political revolution to establish Freedom, Secularism, Federalism, Human Rights and Democracy in Iran by all means possible. Together we can achieve this goal.

Many hours, days, weeks and months of hard work had put into this research, into this project, into this book. Your duty is not only to read it, yet it is also your national duty to distribute it, so you can inform your uninformed fellow Iranians. It is your duty to mass distribute this research, because you have a grand duty to future generation of Iran. Distribute the thought, distribute the idea, distribute our culture, distribute the Persianhood, simply because Arab Worshipers can destroy us; but they can never destroy an Idea, the idea of Persianhood! We All have to answer to The History! I assure you that we All have to answer to The History!


Ancient Iranian Emblem of Lion and Sun – Brown
Lion and Sun Emblem
Vedai Era: 2000 BC - 850 BC
Also used during these periods of: Susa Ancient Persian Kingdom (2000 BC - 850 BC)
The Lion and Sun Emblem shown here in this manner:
The Aryan Lion reaching to and grabbing the Holy Wisdom of The Sun.
According to some historians, Sun represents "Mitra" The Ancient Persian Sun Goddess.

More Power to All Freedom Fighters of Iran


Futurist Faravahar Insignia
Iran Politics Club Futurist Faravahar Insignia

Pure Persian Pride

Dr. X

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Sources

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XXXV. Various historical documents, articles and illustrations – researched, written and graphic designed by Ahreeman X

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