The colours of the flag
The black colour can take different meanings, from the lowest to the highest:
- Black naturally characterizes the darkness of the manifested world, the wandering of the ordinary being in the world surrounding him.
- Black also represents the underground gestation, the transformation of the manifested world and being. The re-generation, the climbing of the being towards light, lighting his human face and the surrounding world.
- Finally, black describes the non manifested world, rich in the potentiality of all beings' destiny. It equally depicts the total being that has re-integrated his original state, the Principle at the source of all beings and things. It symbolizes the invisible Light, the state where the being and the world are nothing but One.
It follows that black characterizes the beginning and the end of the manifestation cycle: the Principle at the source of the manifested world and his full development. Consequently, black represents the most brilliant and the most obscure light according to the adopted point of view: non-manifested or manifested.
Yellow symbolizes light emanating from darkness, which lights up the being himself and the surrounding world. It represents the exchange channel between the Principle and people. As a “median” colour of the rainbow, yellow constitutes the communication path between the celestial and terrestrial worlds.
King contributes to the “common interest”, establishes justice or social harmony and preserves peace between people.
The colour order from the pole to the fly of the flag (black, yellow and red) follows a descending order from the non manifested to the manifested world.
Let us note that the Belgian flag displays similar colours to the German flag.