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The ancient Druids and the Celts also used the symbol, reflected in many artefacts that have been discovered.It was used by Nordic tribes and even early Christians used the Swastika as one of their symbols, including the Teutonic Knights, a German medieval military order, which became a purely religious Catholic Order.By providing such optional information, you confirm your intention and, consequently, expressly consent to, and take sole responsibility for, the processing of this mentioned “sensitive” data by us and our group companies, and their service providers located within and outside of the European Union.
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The swastika is a symbol used by of one of the most hated men on Earth, a symbol that represents the slaughter of millions of people and one of the most destructive wars on Earth.
It has been used by the Phoenicians as a symbol of the Sun and it was a sacred symbol used by the priestesses.
How and why did so many diverse countries and cultures, across many eras, use the same symbol and apparently with the same meaning?
But Adolf Hitler was not the first to use this symbol.
In fact, it was used as a powerful symbol thousands of years before him, across many cultures and continents.
But why is this symbol so important and why did Adolf Hitler decide to use it?
The word ‘swastika’ is a Sanskrit word (‘svasktika’) meaning ‘It is’, ‘Well Being’, ‘Good Existence, and ‘Good Luck’. Sarkar in 1979 said that the deeper meaning of the word is ‘Permanent Victory’.
The double meaning of symbols is common in ancient traditions, like for example the symbol of the pentagram (five pointed star), which is viewed as negative when pointing downwards, and positive when pointing upwards.
The earliest swastika ever found was uncovered in Mezine, Ukraine, carved on an ivory figurine, which dates an incredible 12,000 years, and one of the earliest cultures that are known to have used the Swastika was a Neolithic culture in Southern Europe, in the area that is now Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, known as the Vinca Culture, which dates back around 8,000 years.