What Is the Meaning of a Upside down Cross?

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An upside down cross is also known as a Petrine Cross or St. Peter's Cross. It's original meaning was to represent the manner St. Peter was crucified. In modern times, it's become a symbol of anti-Christian and Satanic groups.
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I would think it means something satanic but Andy biersack the lead singer of black veil brides has one and his band is based on catholisim. Also meaning he is catholic. Maybe if
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The inverted cross has more recently been appropriated by Satanists as
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Historically, hoisting a flag upside down on a ship under siege meant that the ship's crew was ready to surrender. Today, flying a flag upside down can also be a symbol of protest
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There's several definitions - all dependent on the context. I know some who wear it upside to honor St Peter. Who asked to be crucified head down because he shouldn't be crucified
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