15. Flags and Prosperity & Power of Each Nation

Flags and Prosperity 

& Power of Each Nation

By Pittaya Wong


7 September 2017

In general, almost every nation has one’s own flag.  If we consider the member nations of the United Nations, all of them have unique flags.  This does not happen by chance, but it is predestined by the nations’ Celestial Nurturers.  Mostly, national flags comprise of colors and symbols.  Each color has the ‘Lord of Color’ or ‘god of color’ such as blue, red, yellow, and white who takes care of and empowers the flags.  The symbols used on flags are looked after and empowered by responsible celestial gods as well.  Mostly, the symbols are the sun (in case of Japan), the moon (in case of Malaysia), and the stars (in case of the U.S.A. and China).  The power from the Lord or gods of color and symbols as represented on the flags affect the prosperity and power of each nation concurrently with the nourishing power distributed by the nations’ Celestial Nurturers.

A good example is the flag of the United Nations whose flag comprises of light blue and white color.  Normally, light blue is not powerful.  So, some people tease the United Nations as the toothless lion.  However, the United Nations plays its role way as the middleman, meaning that it needs not to be too powerful, and it should be the venue for all other nations to unite.  So, light blue and white do their duties well in this case.  As a result, the United Nations is the global center for cooperation and negotiation rather than a powerful center for governing the world.  Another example is Japan who uses red and white color on one’s flag.  Red is a powerful color, and the Japanese uses it to represent the sun on the flag.  This reflects the Japanese attitudes very well as Japanese usually have strong minds that allow them to persevere, endure, and keep up with good discipline and standard.  The works of Japanese extend to all over the world such as the automobile industry.  On the other hand, the U.S.A uses blue, red, and white colors on its flag with the symbol of 50 similar white stars.  The Americans are quality and competent people with their outstanding in knowledge, technology, and know-how under the good governing philosophy and ethics where people have freedom, and they are regarded as equal under the laws.  The American flag is empowered by blue, white, and red colors which seem to harmonize well.  For the European Union which uses two colors as similar yellow stars on the dark blue background.   The number of stars does not represent all of the member nations; however, the stars form a circle which denotes good unity.  But, altogether, the European Union does not seem to be more or equally powerful or outstanding as the United States who can unite all of one’s 50 states so well as represented on the American flag.  Lastly, in the case of Thailand who uses three popular colors namely blue, white, and red, without any symbol, the country seems to be moderate in the ASEAN similar to France who uses three stripes of blue, white and red, in the EU.

In conclusion, the national flag is another factor which plays an important role for each nation.  They can be accounted as a factor that contributes as much as 20 to 30% which impacts prosperity and power of the nations who own the flags.  However, the flags are not created by chance, but they are predestined by the nations’ Celestial Nurturers who create the flags to have colors, symbols, and designs, that suit their nations.  So, we can see that the flag of each nation can affect the nation and citizen either directly or indirectly, and we can notice the attitudes of people in each nation as reflected by the flags per colors and symbols which empower and direct people and nations. 

The End

Edited on 20 November 2018