The “Ummac Dan” is the symbol of the Sirian Star system.


“Ummac Dan”
Galactic Federation Symbol For The Sirian Star System
The “Ummac Dan” is the symbol of the Sirian Star system.
It is an emblem that intensely activates all humans.
The escutcheon, or shield, consists of three parts. A gold six-pointed star tetrahedron, lies at the centre. Superimposed on the gold star is a silver cross. On either side of the cross is a silver scythe. Cross, scythes and star are encircled by an inner band of silver and an outer band of gold. All are set on a background field of purple.

Each part of the “Ummac Dan” is symbolic. The gold star tetrahedron represents the essence of all sentient life in Creation. Silver cross and scythes stand for the manifestation of spirit into matter and its victory over darkness. The silver and gold circles embody the union of male and female principles. The purple field symbolizes God’s holy Creation.

PAO
The word “PAO” means “Peace and Inner Strength Through Unity”. It originates from a galactic language that is spoken by a civilization of advanced land Cetaceans living in the Cetus star system. Composed of six planets, this star system is approximately 800 Light Years from our sun.

Selamat Ja! Sheldan Nidle
http://www.paoweb.com

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2 thoughts on “The “Ummac Dan” is the symbol of the Sirian Star system.”

  1. http://www.paoweb.com/umacexp.htm

    This magical symbol of creation is delibrately dispayed in 3D holographic form, suspended above all Sirian Galactic Federation conference tables, relating to meetings connected with Earth’s First Contact…..
    It has also been adopted as the official symbol for the PAO since 1997..and entry into the photon belt.

    It brings harmony, peace and tranquility to the minds and hearts of all discussion participants..along with the loving energies eminating from the mothership and directed at all crew and visitors aboard…

    In Light, Drekx Omega

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