Interpretation One

Nulaka maps out the knowledge needed to create a civilization. Each symbol has a specific meaning. For instance, the four orange cubes represent the toolboxes of: (1) civil laws,  (2) chemistry and sciences,  (3) mechanical tools and,  (4) the building disciplines. The spiral pairs in the white border surrounding the multi-color circles funnel off energy that is recycled and self-sustaining creating perpetual energy.

The four purple pyramids in the border stand for: (1) a gentle feeling of spirituality,  (2) a denser, masculine strength of being grounded and connected in the body,  (3) a sorrowful, wistful place of heart, and  (4) the wisdom of the experiences of all peoples.


The four red interior pyramids represent Vantage Points of:  (1) Co-creation,  (2) Inter-dependence,  (3) Intermingling, and  (4) Interrelations, from where one can see how these all come together. The theme of Unity prevails through the exploration of all the energies presented on this graphic.

Interpretation Two

This Obulette feels like a change in the way of thinking or a change in the planet itself. This would manifest as a shift of some sort, or an agitation or disturbance. At the same time there is great beauty, many possibilities and an opening into something new. The large blue shape is the flower that has opened to reveal exciting knowledge and hope. It also represents the balance of change vs. sameness, change that can happen quickly or slowly.

There are also anchors represented by the purple pyramids around the border. These could be things like gravity or truths, things we depend on as we live on this planet. The border spirals are the flow of energy, the yin and yang. These could represent the comings and goings of energy, luck, going to and returning from work or any comings and goings. The shifts represented here are both planetary shifts and individual shifts. Things are about to change which will be uncomfortable yet reassuring and exciting.