The Totem of Ecumenical relativism is composed of two main elements:

Three horizontal lines, each the same length. These represent the three Intrinsic Tenets, all of equal importance to the ethos. They also form the mathematical symbol for “equivalence”, signifying that all faiths are equally valid as asserted in the First Tenet.

An upward pointed curly-headed arrow. This asserts the supremacy of moral standards over doctrine, as stated in the Second Tenet. It is also the symbol conventionally used for “undefined” in Computability Theory, indicating that no religion can be definitively true.

The points at which the two elements of the Totem intersect form right angles, affirming the independence of belief and morality embodied in the Third Tenet.