14 Dec Importance of Logo and Affinity
Have you ever wondered why large corporations pay undisclosed amounts to claim rights over a business entity name? Is it simply because of their brand identity or is there more to this then meets the eye?
A Business name is an identity that a company carries with it always. When a company sets up a name, there is an elemental energy associated with the company name unbeknown to the owner. Even when the company is registered, the ‘birth date and time’ of the company carries an even greater elemental energy.
At BLUEROSEMALINI, affinity numbers are derived from 24@BlueRoseM Hexa solutions based on the registration details of a company. Take for example, the Name of a company is KING Co. Based on 24@BlueRoseM Hexa, the affinity number of this company is 9 & 4. In line with this, the logo is prominently placed in BRM9 of our BRM 9Star Square.
To further draw the energy of 9 & 4, one aspect of the name “KING” has 4 alphabets and based on the BRM 9Star square, when placed at BRM4 and across BRM6, it draws the energy of the current era and the energy of elemental energy 9 & 4 with it.
Let’s break this down further, “KING” totals 2 numerologically and placed on BRM4 it draws the sum total of 6 so again drawing the extremely positive energy of the era. Separately “Co” totals 3, hence is placed at BRM6 forming the sum total of 9 of it’s own affinity number.
All this could work for or against the business and BlueRose will be able to determine if the elemental energy carried is in affinity with the company’s business goal and long-term purpose or vision. The entire company name as “KING Co” runs across the 4,6,8 grid of the BRM 9Star Square which further totals 18. Again 9! Need we say more….
A final touch to the logo would be to enhance it aesthetically with a suitable colour tone and font with the elements that are harmonious to the nature of the business and vision.
So is it any wonder now why companies have been known to publicly and lengthily fight it out in court or agree on a settlement to maintain their Business Name when another party claims rights over it. Yes, there is definitely more then meets the eye.