A Summary Explanation of Symbol No. 42 – The Structure of the Flag
The flag is a symbol of the whole universe. Its structure thereby constitutes the very highest formula for everything that exists, for everything that has existed and for everything that will come to exist. Everything is thus set forth in this one single picture, which can therefore rightfully be nothing other than the symbol of the Godhead, of wisdom and of love, or the sign of the “holy spirit”.
The main details of the symbol:
- The white triangle with the white rays in the middle indicates the basic analysis of the universe or the “triune principle”: the creator, the faculty to create and experience, and that which is created, which has also been termed X1, X2 and X3.
- The red, orange, yellow, green, blue and indigo sections symbolise the six planes of existence that are based on the six basic energies, through which the universe manifests itself.
See also Martinus’ description of symbol no. 42 in The Eternal World Picture 4.