The rainbow we see in the sky:
A promise, and God tells us why.
Seven colors displayed.
Man’s has six, it’s man made.
With indigo missing, all die.
The hint may be subtle, but is nevertheless important:
Red is the color of love and passion – but also danger. It is the color of blood, wherein is life.
Orange is the color of creativity, joy, vibrancy, happiness, playfulness and youth, but at the same time it is the color of fall.
Yellow is the color of the life-sustaining sun. It is also a sign of hope, as in the song “Tie A Yellow Ribbon ‘Round The Old Oak Tree”
Green is the color of money and the color of chlorophyll, the substance without which life would cease to exist. Like nature, these are all good things, but it is also the color of envy.
Blue is the color of the daytime sky, the oceans and the heavens. (If God was not a Penn State fan, why is the sky blue and white?)
Indigo is the color of the nighttime clear sky and reflects great devotion, wisdom and justice along with fairness and impartiality. It also symbolizes the rule of law, but at the same time it is the favorite color of the New Age and its mysticism.
Violet is the color of royalty, but at the same time it indicates delicacy and fragility, as in violets and other violet colored flowers.
Now, if you take out the color indigo and what it stands for, the whole world descends into anarchy. Maybe that was their intent in the first place?