The Deeper Meaning of Baybayin Symbols – Part 1 of 2

Posted on Feb 27, 2011 in ancient symbols, divination, interpretations, people

The Baybayin Oracle Cards were created circa 2002 by Rhodora “Bing” Veloso.
By meditation and contempation, understanding the sounds in words in various Philippine languages, and applying metaphorical sight or talinghaga, Bing worked on interpreting the various baybayin symbols over time.  This work of interpreting the symbols is also much like dream interpretation.
Here is the matrix of Bing’s symbols interpretations of the baybayin. She uses baybayin as an oracle tool. when working with the symbols in this manner, intuition is used and the symbols are interpreted in a variety of ways and on several levels.
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Writing symbols of other ancient cultures have also deeper meanings. Esoteric traditions within those cultures have explored and applied those deeper meanings. (See links below)

Stay tuned for Part 2 of 2 which talks about Bing’s work in more detail on using the Baybayin as an oracle tool.

Here are other posts on the deeper meanings of writing symbols around the world:

Here are additional Baybayin Alive posts about Bing Veloso or that mention her:


  1. This is great, I am very interested in this, this is our root and our heritage.

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  2. im just confused on the word ra in baybayin. why is it in some tutorial the word ra is different from this blog?

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    • Hello, Hosue, You’re right, there are two versions of RA in baybayin, depending on the region of the Philippines. Thank you for pointing this out. I will update the blog soon to reflect that! Salamat, Hosue.

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  3. this is what i looking for.the deeper meaning of each letters in baybayin. qiuck question: why is it in some videos or tutorials the letter ra in baybayin was different in this page? i hope you guys can answer my question.more power

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  4. I tried to look some information about Baybayin “HA” dont you know that the Ancient Chinese Symbol YIN/YANG was originated from ancient Tagalog Baybayin Script “HA” meaning air wave “THE BREATH of LIFE” HAAaaa, the first Breath by the CREATOR (Almighty) to give LIFE to the first human in this PLANET.., the origin of everything, ha… the rest is history in the BEGINNING to dig in,..dudes..going back in time…..

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