29 June, 2015


The Rainbow Flag was not designed by Gilbert Baker?

Gilbert Baker designed "A" Rainbow Flag
From the internet' Literally list hundreds of time on the internet.

"The first Rainbow Flag was designed in 1978 by Gilbert Baker, a San Francisco artist, who created the flag in response to a local activist's call for the need of a community symbol. (This was before the pink triangle was popularly used as a symbol of pride.)
Jun 13, 2015?

One of these 2 Rainbow Flags goes back 2000 years?

LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) Pride (1978
Main article: Rainbow flag (LGBT movement)

The rainbow flag was popularized as a symbol of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) pride and diversity by San Francisco artist Gilbert Baker in 1978. This version is also sometimes called 'the freedom flag'. The different colors symbolize diversity in the gay community, and the flag is used predominantly at gay pride events and in gay villages worldwide in various forms including banners, clothing and jewelry. For the 25th Anniversary of the Stonewall riots, held in 1994 in New York city, a mile-long rainbow flag was created and post-parade cut up in sections that have since been used around the world.
The flag was originally created with eight colors, but pink and turquoise were removed for production purposes, and since 1979 it has consisted of six colored stripes. It is most commonly flown with the red stripe on top, as the colors appear in a natural rainbow.[18] Aside from the obvious symbolism of a mixed LGBT community, the colors were designed to symbolize: life (red), healing (orange), sunlight (yellow), nature (green), harmony (blue), and spirit (purple/violet).[citation needed] The removed colors stood for sexuality (pink) and art/magic (turquoise).

The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls had used the 7 striped flag for decades. Not only was the design stolen, it is acknowledged that their flags were sold for use for gay pride flags. The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls is a Masonic organization for teenage girls. Confusion from this theft of their flag has caused concern in countless parents when approached concerning their preteen and teenage daughters. The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls was forced to change their flag to another design. 02:31, 12 January 2007 (UTC)


Covenant in Jesus Christ: True Light, Life and Love in Corpus Christi, USA
Jmjriz - Own work
This flag will fly over Corpus Christi Texas, USA on July 4th, 2013. It is the universal banner for those who will rally beneath it to peacefully defend the new and eternal covenant that God established with mankind. 
"JCLLL" by Jmjriz - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:JCLLL.PNG#/media/File:JCLLL.PNG

Meher Baba's flag is a rainbow flag designed by Meher Baba on April 23, 1924 and is still flown near his samadhi in Meherabad, India during the week of Amartithi.[1]
The flag has seven colors, representing the seven planes of involution, as well as seven kinds of sanskaras. Baba explained the symbolism, saying, "The colors in the flag signify man's rise from the grossest of impressions of lust and anger – symbolized by red – to the culmination in the highest state of spirituality and oneness with God – symbolized by sky blue." Meher Baba specified the positioning of only two colors, red and sky blue. The rest he left to personal taste, saying, "Red should be at the bottom of the flag and sky blue at the top. Arrangement of the other five colors is your decision." Baba also suggested the number of colors be seven to settle a dispute. The Hindus said the color of the flag should be red, but an early disciple named Ramjoo objected, saying that red reflected only Vedanta, and that green was better. Then the Hindus took objection, arguing that green was typically an Islamic color. The Parsis and Iranis disapproved of both colors, and to bring about accord, Baba proposed, "The flag should be of seven colors."[2] However, this number is typical of most rainbow flag designs in use around the world.

 Cooperative movement (1921)

A seven-colour rainbow flag is a common symbol of the international cooperative movement. The rainbow flag has been the cooperative emblem since 1921 when the International Co-operative Congress of World Co-op Leaders met in Basel, Switzerland to identify and define the growing cooperative movement’s common values and ideals to help unite co-ops around the world.
In Essen, Germany in 1922, the International Co-operative Alliance (ICA) designed an international co-op symbol and a flag for the first "Co-operators' Day," which was held in July 1923. After some experiments with different designs, a famous French cooperator, Professor Charles Gide, suggested using the seven colours of the rainbow for the flag. He pointed out that the rainbow symbolized unity in diversity and the power of light, enlightenment and progress. The first co-op rainbow flag was completed in 1924 and was adopted as an official symbol of the international cooperative movement in 1925.
In 2001, the ICA's official flag was changed from a rainbow flag to a rainbow logo flag on a white field, to clearly promote and strengthen the cooperative image, but still use the rainbow image. Other organizations sometimes use the traditional rainbow flag as a symbol of cooperation.
Like the rainbow, this flag is a symbol of hope and peace. The seven colours from flags around the world fly in harmony. Each of the seven colours in the co-operative flag have been assigned the following meaning:

red: stands for courage;
orange: offers the vision of possibilities;
yellow: represents the challenge that GREEN has kindled;
green: indicates a challenge to co-operators to strive for growth of membership and of understanding of the aims and values of co-operation;
sky blue: suggests far horizons, the need to provide education and help less fortunate people and strive toward global unity.
dark blue: suggests pessimism: a reminder that less fortunate people have needs that may be met through the benefits of cooperation.
violet: is the colour of warmth, beauty, and friendship.

The ICA has been flying a flag with its official logo since April 2001, when its Board decided to replace the traditional rainbow flag. Its use by a number of non-cooperative groups led to confusion in several countries around the world.

Jewish Autonomous Oblast (1996)

Another variation of rainbow flag is used by Jewish Autonomous Oblast, situated in the Far Eastern Federal District of Russia, by the Chinese border. Proportions 2:3. Adopted first of October 1996.[19]
The Jewish Autonomous Oblast has a flag with a seven-colour rainbow. The number of colours is meant to symbolize the seven-branched Jewish Menorah.

Flag of Cusco, Peru

The flag of Cuzco is the official flag of Cuzco, Peru. It is a rainbow flag, supposed to be the flag of the Tawantin Suyu (cf. wiphala).
A flag with a seven-striped rainbow design is used in Peru[1] and Ecuador to represent Tawantin Suyu, or Inca territory. The use of the flag has its origin in Inca culture and it is called wiphala. Even today in the city of Cusco, Peru it is common to see the flag around the city displayed even in government buildings and in Cusco's main square.
There is no historical reference to an Inca or Tawantisuyo flag or banner until the early 1920s; but other specialists suggest that there are chronicles and some references that support the idea of a banner attributable to the Inca, but the "idea"-even if true- does never specify the rainbow design. In 1534 during the invasion and occupation of the city of Qusqu today Cusco, the Spaniards found the first resistance of qhishwa-ayrnaras and saw between the multitude, objects similar to the flag of strips and pictures of seven colors of the rainbow. The existence and the use of this emblem probably has been from the same creation of Tiwanaku for more than 2000 years.[2][3]

The order of the colors is
Sky blue 

1 comment:

  1. Charles,
    Thanks for including the COVENANT Flag in the list. I really feel we need to march under this rallying flag to witness the TRUTH in a country that can't handle the truth.

    God bless you,