Decoding the Fleur de lis Symbol

I’m searching for more information on this beautiful gold Limoges plaque, that I believe encodes the Fleur de lis, as an esoteric symbol of immortality and divine resurrection…The only information I can find online is from a Pinterest post that simply says ”
anonymous goldsmiths of limoges plaque with three saints rising from the dead 1250″….http://www.mushroomstone.com/fleurdelisorigin.htm

 

 

 

 

Maya vase painting K1381

By Carl de Borhegyi
Maya vase K1381, photographed in roll-out form by Justin Kerr, may depict a Late Classic scene from the Post Classic Quiche Maya Popol Vuh, in which the Maya vase ritual and mushroom enema ritual is performed by the mythical Hero Twins before they face the Lords of Death in the underworld ballgame (note the ballplayer in motion on the right). The god scholars have named God A Prime sits facing the

jaguar. He holds the sacred Maya vase in his hand and wears a scarf designating underworld decapitation. God A Prime, a young god commonly identified by death signs of self sacrifice, and self decapitation, probably represents a version of the older Hero Twin of the Popol Vuh named Hunahpu. Like the Hero Twins, he is associated with death and rebirth from self decapitation in the underworld. The jaguar sitting by the large jar or olla may represents Hunahpu’s brother Xbalanke, whose attributes are that of the underworld jaguar. Note the enema device sitting atop the olla or jar.