Sabtu, 21 November 2015

UN-GSE Treaty Event Costums Designs



A combination of traditional Javanese and modern with Simple and Elegant in mind as requested. With symbols and meanings to activate the Highest vibration for the True purpose of our Mission – For the Highest Good of All.


WHITE: is always the most powerful Purity of the “Mighty I AM Presence” and contains all the other colours and their qualities. It purifies, illumines, perfects, raises, heals, and protects, because within the PURE WHITE LIGHT is the Fullness of all Good  
things; and It is the Primal Substance from which all form has come into being.


GOLD: soothes, illumines, harmonizes and raises all into the ‘All-knowing Mind of God’. The color gold is the color of success, achievement and triumph. Associated with abundance and prosperity, luxury and quality, prestige and sophistication, value and elegance, the psychology of the color gold implies affluence, material wealth and extravagance.
This color is linked to masculine energy and the power of the sun, compared to silver which is associated with feminine energy and the sensitivity of the moon.

It illuminates and enhances other things around it.
It inspires knowledge, spirituality and a deep understanding of the self and the soul.
In the meaning of colours, gold is generous and giving, compassionate and loving, the benefactor or patron, sharing its wisdom, 
knowledge and wealth with others.
Gold is the colour of the winner – first place medals are always in gold, silver is second place.


Batik is a cloth that is traditionally made using a manual wax- resist dyeing technique.
Javanese traditional batik, especially from Yogyakarta and Surakarta, has notable meanings rooted to the Javanese conceptualization of the universe. Traditional colours include indigo, dark brown, and white, which represent the three major Hindu Gods (Brahmā, Vishnu, and Śiva). This is related to the fact that natural dyes are most commonly available in indigo and brown. Certain patterns can only be worn by nobility; traditionally, wider stripes or wavy lines of greater width indicated higher rank. Consequently, during Javanese ceremonies, one could determine the royal lineage of a person by the cloth he or she was wearing.

Batik Parang Barong
Motif batik ini berasal dari kata “batu karang” dan “barong” (singa). Parang Barong merupakan parang yang paling besar dan agung, dan karena kesakralan filosofinya motif ini hanya boleh digunakan untuk Raja, terutama dikenakan pada saat ritual keagamaan dan meditasi. Motif ini diciptakan Sultan Agung Hanyakrakusuma yang ingin mengekspresikan pengalaman jiwanya sebagai raja dengan segala tugas kewajibannya, dan kesadaran sebagai seorang manusia yang kecil di hadapan Sang Maha Pencipta.
Kata barong berarti sesuatu yang besar, dan ini tercermin pada besarnya ukuran motif tersebut pada kain. Motif Parang Rusak Barong ini merupakan induk dari semua motif parang. Motif ini mempunyai makna agar seorang raja selalu hati-hati dan dapat mengendalikan diri.

Motif  batik Sidamukti.
Makna kemakmuran. Demikianlah bagi orang Jawa, hidup yang didambakan selain keluhuran budi, ucapan, dan tindakan, tentu agar hidup akhirnya dapat mencapai mukti atau makmur baik di dunia maupun di akhirat. Orang hidup di dunia adalah mencari kemakmuran dan ketentraman lahir dan batin. Untuk mencapai kemakmuran dan ketentraman itu niscaya akan tercapai jika tanpa usaha dan kerja keras, keluhuran budi, ucapan, dan tindakan. Namun untuk mencapai itu semua tentu tidaklah mudah. Setiap orang harus bisa mengendalikan hawa nafsu, mengurangi kesenangan, menggunjing tetangga, berbuat baik tanpa merugikan orang lain, dan sebagainya, agar dirinya merasa makmur lahir batin. Kehidupan untuk mencapai kemakmuran lahir dan batin itulah yang juga menjadi salah satu dambaan masyarakat Jawa dan tentu juga secara universal.

Fairtrade Cotton

What is Fairtrade cotton? How is it different from ordinary cotton?
Cotton is vital to the global textile industry and to the social and economic development of developing countries. There’s no difference in quality between Fairtrade cotton and normal cotton. The real difference is that the person at the very bottom of the textile supply chain who has grown the cotton has been paid a fair price for his crop. It is not the finished fabric or item of clothing but cotton itself which is Fairtrade certified.

Hemp is naturally one of the most ecologically friendly fabrics and also the oldest.  The Columbia History of the World states that the oldest relics of human industry are bits of hemp fabric discovered in tombs dating back to approximately 8,000 BC.
Hemp fiber is one of the strongest and most durable natural textile fibers. Not only is it strong, but it also holds its shape having one of the lowest percent elongation of any natural fiber. Furthermore hemp has the best ratio of heat capacity of all fibers giving it superior insulation properties.  As a fabric, hemp provides all the
warmth and softness of other natural textiles but with a superior durability seldom found in other materials. Natural organic hemp fiber ‘breathes’ and is biodegradable.

Neo The United Kingdom Of God Sky Earth Logo:

Crystals, Pearls, Gems, Gold Beads and Silk Thread Embroidery

The One People’s Logo
Gold Beads and Silk Thread Embroidery


Throughout the archipelago, keris or kris is a symbol of heroism, martial prowess, power and authority. As a cultural symbol, the meticulously decorated keris represent refinement, art and beauty, as the pride and prized possession for its owner; however, as a weapon it is associated with violence, death and bloodshed. Probably for this reason, although the keris is widespread in Javanese culture, it is not used to symbolise Javanese culture or royalty, as Javanese tradition promotes harmony and discourages direct confrontation (hence the absence of knives on Indonesian dinner tables). This is also why the Javanese traditionally wear the keris on their back, to symbolize violence as the last resort.

The magical Power of Keris
In Principle, a keris is a personal sacred weapon, it is made by an Empu, in accordance with the wish of the consumer. The process of the making of the blade in the old days may last one year only for one keris. The keris maker is called an Empu. Only the respectable Empus could make a high quality keris, physically and spiritually. Empu has to do some spiritual deeds to prepare a keris, like fasting, not sleeping for several days and nights, meditation, etc.

Despite its physical characteristic, keris contain a spiritual mission.
The original spiritual power is the wishes of the Empu, the maker. While preparing and making a keris, the Empu, in the holy state, solemnly pray to God Almighty, the keris should contain spiritual wishes as requested by the Empu or the consumer.

It depends who is going to use the keris, the mission should be different, for instance, for the kings, begawans (priest), generals, high ranking officials, farmers, traders, fishermen, workers, soldiers, etc. So, it could be easy to understand that a keris which good for king , may be not good for a trader.

The Additional and/or Other Spiritual Power of Keris.
The keris could be filled with spiritual beings, unseen by ordinary people, such as a genie, (jin or qodam) in order to protect or to help the keris owner.

Designs by @ Ani Forest on behalf of The One People


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