The Cross of St. Peter, or the "Petrine Cross". Which many people incorrectly associate it with the Anti-Christ. It's actually a Christian symbol which dates back to the early beginings of the church. It represents the unworthiness of Christians in comparision to Jesus, who was supposedly crucified on the all well known cross. and the Petrine Cross originted from the Crucifixtion of St. Peter who demanded that he be crucified upside down because he did not feel worthy enough to die by the same manner as his lord and savior. This symbol has been used throughout history of Christianity, even appearing on the seats of popes

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