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Science Fiction & Fantasy Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for science fiction and fantasy enthusiasts. I've been watching DS9 a lot lately and I've noticed that the Bajorans use the Emblem of the Bajoran People extremely regularly. Memory Alpha didn't provide me with more than that name, but it's used often enough and is distinctive enough that I'm curious if it has a deeper meaning. I think it's safe to say it's in some way symbolic of the relationship the Bajorans has with the Celestial Temple(wormhole).
Bajoran religion is intertwined with all other aspects of their culture, so it might have more meaning, but yeah, I think just this is the primary reason. Small aside, the Klingon emblem is older than the Klingon empire (DS9 4x09, The Sword of Kahless).
The earliest references I could find to the 'Bajoran Emblem' are on concept sketches created by Rick Sternbach and dated to July 1992, some three years before the show was aired. I don't think there's any deep meaning to the Bajoran emblem, but Bajorans are basically portrayed as space Buddhists (at least superficially).

The government emblem was probably also created to fit the pseudo-Buddhist aesthetic they were shooting for.
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Is it possible to improve brute-force guessing of a password with a picture of the keyboard used to enter it? Aside from being a common design for jewelry and insignia, they're used in architectural ornamentation, window design, and so forth. One of the Tears of the Prophets, The worm-hole itself, or Bajor the planet (uniquely defined by the religion centered around the two previous things).

Either emanating from the wormhole, or descending down from the heavens(the oval shapes) onto the planet. It just seems to be vaguely Buddhist symbology combined with a stylised circle at the bottom depicting the Celestial Temple (e.g. There doesn't seem to be any religious or philosophical meaning to the symbol, other than to represent it's people. The UFP version has what looks like the Milky Way in the center, with the three stars possibly being the Summer Triangle.

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