The Global United Natives Flag
The Global United Native's flag will represent the core values condensing the long history and memories associated with the Indigenous people across the globe. The G.U.N. flag will also, symbolize alternative governance that we belong to a community, share similar beliefs, goals, visions, peace, and prosperity.
Symbolism and Meaning
TURTLE is the origin. The Commonwealth of Secamtektek (SATTT).
LOTUS as growth.
DOTS represent Tribes.
SOLID LINES is safety lock.
OUTSIDE LINES is government and trade.
MEANING OF COLORS:
YELLOW represents the sun that permeates the earth. Not only the sun gives light to enrich one’s well-being, the wisdom from light dawns in the morning will help one to see clearly and suddenly realized a deep level of understanding. Yellow also represents the indigenous people’s in-ground gold.
GREEN stands for freedom, labour, sustainability and growth.
“For he shall be like a tree planted by the waters, Which spreads out its roots by the river, And will not [a]fear when heat comes; But its leaf will be green, And will not be anxious in the year of drought, Nor will cease from yielding fruit.”
by Jeremiah 17:8
RED represents the Spiritual Importance. Humanity as a whole. Reminder of the Aboriginals suffering of bloodshed from inequitable treatment. Also, it represents fire and energy. Most significant of all is that red represent “LOVE,” and Love heals all.