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OPEC-flag OPEC - ORGANIZATION OF THE PETROLEUM EXPORTING COUNTRIES

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The flag for the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, or OPEC was adopted on 190 in the Baghdad Conference by Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Venezuela. The flag has the OPEC logo on it in white on a blue background. The organization involves the following countries namely Algeria, Angola, Ecuador, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Venezuela which are heavily reliant on oil revenues as their main source of income.



The principle goal of this organization is to determine the best means for safeguarding the cartel's interests, individually and collectively. The OPEC logo has a vertical pole in the centre of the flag which tapers downwards. Towards the broader portion of the pole on either side of it there are two full white circles resembling or signifying the moon. Towards the tapering side of the pole there are two circles where one is cut in one portion and the other in two portions.

Astrologically the blue colour is considered more sociable. The colour blue and its importance were derived from the skin colour of Lord Krishna, who is revered as the divine flute player. The special energy of the second Moon was considered 'blue' or divine by Indian religious scholars and priests. Blue symbolizes knowledge, wisdom, honesty, tranquility, and peace. Blue is a symbol of cold for it is related to sky and deep sea. The white colour is precise, critical, and sincere and in the OPEC flag it is used as the symbol of purity. The circle like structure which signifies the moon is responsible for the regular ebb and flow of the tides.

The Moon is familiar to us for its different phases, waxing and waning in appearance in an unchanging cycle. It is also associated with the mother, maternal instincts or the urge to nurture, the home, the need for security, and the past, especially early experiences and childhood. The moon has been used as the symbol of Elixir and is believed to give eternal life. Every religious ritual is done according to the waxing and waning of the moon. The moon even reflects the peaceful and friendly attitude of the members of this organization.

Astrologically the blue colour is considered more sociable. The colour blue and its importance were derived from the skin colour of Lord Krishna, who is revered as the divine flute player. The special energy of the second Moon was considered 'blue' or divine by Indian religious scholars and priests. Blue symbolizes knowledge, wisdom, honesty, tranquility, and peace. Blue is a symbol of cold for it is related to sky and deep sea. The white colour is precise, critical, and sincere and in the OPEC flag it is used as the symbol of purity. The circle like structure which signifies the moon is responsible for the regular ebb and flow of the tides.

The Moon is familiar to us for its different phases, waxing and waning in appearance in an unchanging cycle. It is also associated with the mother, maternal instincts or the urge to nurture, the home, the need for security, and the past, especially early experiences and childhood. The moon has been used as the symbol of Elixir and is believed to give eternal life. Every religious ritual is done according to the waxing and waning of the moon. The moon even reflects the peaceful and friendly attitude of the members of this organization.