Ja genau, ..erkenne ich da im Siegel eine Irminsul (was wohl auch den Doppelkopfadler inspiriert hat?)und in den anderen Wappen, soll das etwa Hermes sein? Diese beiden Symbole darin zu erkennen, hat mich diese Hypothese gebracht: "Clive Tolley has argued that Widukind of Corvey in a passage of his "Taten der Sachsen" (c. 970) is in fact describing an ad hoc Irminsul erected to celebrate the Saxon leader Hadugato's victory over the Thuringian in 531. Widukind says the Saxons set up an altar to their god of victory, whose body they depicted as a wooden column: "When morning was come they set up an eagle at the eastern gate, and erecting an altar of victory they celebrated appropriate rites with all due solemnity, according to their ancestral superstition: to the one whom they venerate as their god of Victory they give the name of Mars, and the bodily characteristics of Hercules, imitating his physical proportion by means of wooden columns, and in the hierarchy of their gods he is the Sun, or as the Greeks call him, Apollo. From this fact the opinion of those men appears somewhat probable who hold that the Saxons were descended from the Greeks, because the Greeks call Mars Hirmin or Hermes, a word which we use even to this day, either for blame or praise, without knowing its meaning." Ps:: ethnische Griechen ,soll es dort ja bis dato noch geben.