In my blog Baybayin Alive, I encourage people to explore an indigenous way of thinking in order to understand the deeper meanings of the Baybayin Symbols. You can read that post at Holistic Approach: Returning to Ancestral Thinking.
Here is my latest post:
Fertility Symbols, Feminine Principle and BA
In summary it talks about the BA baybayin symbols…
both of which are yonni symbols or fertility symbols.
I also talk about the fertility symbols of the lingling-o and the dinumug…
lingling-o on left and dinumug on right
is a common ancient artifact symbolizing fertility found around Southeast Asia and the Philippines(ca. 500 B.C.–100 A.D.
is a fertility symbol and symbol of prosperity and love found in the Ifugao, Bontoc and other Cordillera regions of the northern Philippines.
This particular post at Baybayin Alive
goes on to talk about how the fertility symbol shape could very well be the imagery from which the BA baybayin
symbol (clefted version) evolved from.