Meaning is not only layered and varied, but is now protected by law. This may be well-intentioned, but is most likely doomed to failure since most people tend to insist that they are or their group is or their country is the only entity to be able to look at something and know what it means. People can insist these things even though they actually believe something else and even express that belief openly. As long as they fly with the group in times of need or crisis their fluctuating beliefs have no affect on their status. People imbue symbols, especially if they appear to be ancient, random events, and anything to do with the unreachable heights or depths with powers to protect, destroy, bestow gifts, heal, and much more. Humans’ many ways to establish meaning here and now while observing senseless events demands that meaning be assigned to whatever seems appropriate at the time and that these meanings develop into belief systems, that, unfortunately, create havoc among and amidst others of our kind. Though it seems problematic, having developed and matured belief systems, people definitely do not want to relinquish them. Other belief systems should not be forced on others though, should they?