Oct. 6, 2018 (Updated 2019), Nummo in Yin-Yang Symbol

Yin and Yang SymbolDorey, The Nummo 2019 version p. 17

Lébé’s birth was supposed to provide the perfect balance of human and Nummo DNA in humanity. This balance was associated with humans eventually regaining their androgynous fish or Nummo form, and their immortality.Shannon Dorey, The Master (Mistress) of Speech pp. 81-82.

This understanding about balance appears in the Chinese “Yin-Yang or Taijitu symbol of Taoism, with black representing yin and white representing yang.” In the symbol, we see two fish-shaped objects, one black and one white, with the opposing circular colours depicting the eyes.Dorey, The Nummo 2019 version p. 17

In Classical Chinese, yin is associated with the moon Tàiyin, and yang with the sun Tàiyáng.Dorey, The Nummo 2019 version p. 17 In the Dogon religion, the Nummo were symbolized by the sun, and humans with the moon. This was associated with the loss of our second sun, which affected our DNA and was ultimately responsible for humans becoming single-sexed beings.Shannon Dorey, The Rose: Dogon Star Knowledge p. 40.

Because the moon was created at the same time that our second sun was lost, it became a symbol of the lost sun. The Yang and Yin depicted in the Tao symbol is believed to form the basis of the cosmos.Dorey, The Nummo 2019 version p. 17

The Dogon associated this cosmic balance with a binary or dual star system, which is missing from our Solar System. This is in agreement with what modern astrophysicists have discovered in that our sun is an anomaly in the Universe.

According to NASA, our sun is unusual in that it is alone as most stars do occur in multiple or binary star systems. The majority of stars “form in twos, and stay paired, kept in place by the force of each other’s gravity.”Shannon Dorey, The Rose: Dogon Star Knowledge p. 11.

It was this duality that the Dogon identified with immortality. It is because we only have one sun in our solar system that the Dogon considered humans mortal.Shannon Dorey, The Rose: Dogon Star Knowledge p. 11.

In Chinese philosophy, yin and yang yinyáng, lit. “dark-bright”, “negative-positive”, describes how seemingly opposite or contrary forces may actually be complementary, interconnected, and interdependent in the natural world, and how they may give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another.”Dorey, The Nummo 2019 version p. 17

The Yin-Yang symbol reflects "the inescapable intertwined duality of all things in nature, which is also a common theme in Taoism." "No quality is independent of its opposite, nor so pure that it does not contain its opposite in a diminished form…"Dorey, The Nummo 2019 version p. 17

According to the Dogon, we are twinned with the Nummo but our communication with them exists on a deeply spiritual level through symbols found in the unconscious.

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