Hitler’s swastika has its origins in the Carpathians!

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HinduSwastika.svgMany of us today associate the significance of the swastika with that of the fascist and Nazi movement. Yet few people know its true meaning.

Since ancient times the swastika has appeared in prehistoric art and symbols, as well as in Asian cultures Europe Africa and America, sometimes as a geometric motif, sometimes as a religious symbol.

Swastika Buddhism 2The swastika is a holy symbol in hiduism, and in Sanskrit, svastika means any beneficial object or bringer of good luck and in particular a sign made on objects and people to indicate luck. For the first time this word appeared in ancient Sanskrit in the Epics of the Ramayana and Mhabarata.

The esoteric meaning of the swastika was hijacked at the beginning of the twentieth century when it was adopted as the emblem of the German Workers’ Party. This association took place because Nazism claims that the Aryans were the ancestors of modern Germans and because of this, Germany’s conquest of the world would have been natural and even predestined.

swastika 1Fascinated by parapsychology and the occult, Hitler fought the battles of the Second World War, deliberately using the power of this occult symbol. Thus he chose that the symbol of the swastika to accompany him with all the actions, yet this apparent “magic” worked up to a certain point.

Being an ancient, creative and eminently positive solar symbol, the swastika could not identify with the forces of destruction propagated by Nazism.

Swastika Greece 2Nowadays the swastika is ubiquitous in Asia, in the midst of cultures, where for thousands of years it has been used to symbolize the sacred, eternity, prosperity, peace and luck.

In the nineteenth century, through the archaeological discoveries of Heinrich Schliemann, swastikait began to attract the attention of Europeans again. Specialists of the time came to the conclusion that the swastika was an Indo-European symbol. Subsequently, I descendthe exploitation of the symbol of the swastika among the Hittite motifs and the Vechof Iran seemed to confirm the theory.

Cucuteni Romania

the subsequent brushings of the XXth century, completes what was known until then, namely the fact that the oldest physical location of the swastika is found in the Cucuteni culture, on ceramic vessels with an age of over 7000 years!

If in this Carpathian-Danubian-Pontic area, we find the oldest material evidence of the existence of the swastika, and on the rest of the continents we find it thousands of years later, it means that the ancient populations took it to the four zari right from here in the CARPATHIANS!


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