Imaginary and Symbology
The symbolism helps us to understand the identity of Explorers. The second section rotates around the imaginary around the explorer, the one that, such as St. James the Greater left for Hispania, of the discovery of the unknown. At LGS the Explorers are called AvEx (Aventuren a Explorer).
The experience is based on Explorers, in Scout Law, which they promise to follow. The expedition consists of boys and girls of 11 to 14 years. Explorers formed in patrols 4 to 8 people.
As symbols, the IIª section has the Fleur-de-Lis, the scout pole, the scout hat, the cantel and the Star. The patron of the Explorers is St.. Tiago.
It is a symbol of protection. sun protection, in first analysis, but also the cold, rain. It is also associated with the image we have of B.-P. own, who bothered to get a hat for the scouts before anything else. St. James also recognized the hat featuring the Pilgrim Costume, especially in the context of the paths of Santiago de Compostela.