Secret meaning of symbols
Is this a Beatles logo?
Until now this has not been published as an emblem of the Beatles but here is proof that it's the Fab Four's:
First, in the church logo there are four black birds (you probably noticed that) and there were four members of the Beatles, all of whom had black hair.
It is surely no coincidence that Paul McCartney wrote the song Blackbird and a poetry book Blackbird Singing.
Two of the birds are singing (top-right & bottom-left) and these represent John and Paul, the main singers; the bird drumming its beak (top-left) is Ringo Starr, and the least showbizzy (bottom-right) is George Harrison.
The pop music of the Beatles was an inspiration to the American group The Byrds, who deliberately misspelt their name, as the Beatles had done.
If that is not proof enough, then let's look at the Liverpool locations where the four lads grew up:
|(JL)||John Lennon||251 Menlove Avenue,|
|(PM)||Paul McCartney||20 Forthlin Road,|
|(GH)||George Harrison||12 Arnold Grove,|
|(RS)||Ringo Starr||9 Madryn Street,|
A cursory look at the map shows quite conclusively that they lived in four quadrants, divided by major crossroads.
Is it coincidence that the road they crossed in 1969 was Abbey Road?