INSIGNIA

Insignia are used throughout the universes to designate administrative units. These symbolic designators are used at the highest universe levels.

The Urantia Papers

P.606 "In the presence of the forgathered hosts of loyal personalities, (Gabriel) displayed the banner of Michael, the material emblem of the Trinity government of all creation, the three azure blue concentric circles on a white background."
 

P.1015 "In personal appearance, Melchizedek resembled the then blended Nodite and Sumerian peoples, being almost six feet in height and possessing a commanding presence. He spoke Chaldean and a half dozen other languages. He dressed

much as did the Canaanite priests except that on his breast he wore an emblem of three concentric circles, the Satania symbol of the Paradise Trinity. In the course of his ministry this insignia of three concentric circles became regarded as so sacred by his followers that they never dared to use it, and it was soon forgotten with the passing of a few generations."
 

P.606 "The Lucifer emblem was a banner of white with one red circle, in the center of which a black solid circle appeared."

George Adamski

"I noticed on the left shoulders of four of the men an insignia of some sort." Page 108
 

"On the right sleeves of their blouses, near the shoulder, were the same insignia I has seen on the shirts of the Saturnian men on the last visit.: Page 144

"The design consisted of a sphere encircled by a ring (much as the ringed planets appear through our telescopes), and inside the sphere was a balanced pair of scales." Page 145
 

Inside the Space Ships, Abelard-Schuman, New York, 1955.

Daniel Fry

"It was then that I saw something which I had overlooked when I had first entered the ship. It was only a simple design imprinted in the material of the seat, but I recognized the symbol and the recognition must have produced a powerful mental shock wave which Alan misinterpreted for fear or pain, for the gravity was immediately normalized, causing me to experience another rough moment as my organs all attempted to occupy the space normally assigned to my intestines.

"'What is it?' I heard Alan's voice, and for the first time there seemed to be a definite trace of concern. Then -- 'Oh, I see you have noticed the symbol and recognized it significance.'

 

"'Yes,' I said. 'Anyone who has ever read to any extent would recognize the symbol of the tree and the serpent.'" Page 55.
 

The White Sands Incident, Best Books, Louisville, KY 1966. (A reprint of earlier books.)
 

Many other witnesses could be cited.