Forest Green on the Political Scene: What does it mean? Read below.
Above: IVANKA TRUMP (3rd from left), daughter to U.S. President Donald J. Trump, stands with her family at the Lincoln Memorial on January 19, 2017.
Which Color in this photo stands out the most to you? Most likely Ivanka's Forest Green coat-dress ensemble. Wardrobe choices by politicians and politicians' family members are almost always significant for high-profile political events, nearly always subject for tabloid fodder and discussion of historic fashion significance among political pundits and fashion designers alike. Forest Green seems an unusual choice in a world where Red and Blue hold the most significance for a political audience, so why did she choose Forest Green? Here's my interpretation of this Color's significance amidst world-changing political events of 2017.
Forest Green is a Color of Commitment and Longevity, a nod to the resurgence of Patriarchy in American Politics, and a renewal of interest in the importance of *the Father* in the American household. Ivanka wearing Forest Green is a subtle nod to her close relationship with and support of her father on the eve of his inauguration as the 45th President of the United States. While the U.S. has yet to elect its first female president, Forest Green may also be a subtle message to the population that "it is not yet time for the country to shift from Patriarchy to Matriarchy."
Finally, Forest Green symbolizes the establishment of the Trump family name into the annals of American History which has, more often than not, been dominated by powerful families with extensive domestic and global influence. Winning this election effectively anchored the Trumps as the "Kennedy family of the 21st Century," with potential for long-term presence in and influence upon American Politics.
When Forest Green appears in a Color Card Reading, depending on question and context, it usually symbolizes masculine energy and potential for longevity and commitment within a relationship or co-creative endeavor.
~ Meg Hill, Color Intuitive a.k.a. The Color Oracle
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The opposite of Patriarchy is not Matriarchy, but Oligarchy.