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    The Swastika

    Can anyone tell me about its origin's?. I was told by a priest that it was originally a Jewish symbol which the Nazi's took and reversed it. Is this correct?.

    According to him the proper one would face in the opposite direction to this;



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    could be , like the inverted cross , maybe they used it to piss jews off....

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    Not exactly, the swastica dates farther back, being a very old symbol for Hindus. To them, it meant "Good" and "to exist"...Other cultures used the symbol for luck, even put it on their flags/clothing to show /give luck. I think its a shame that Hitler decided it was "Freakin sweet" and used it on his stuff lol

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    No its not , BOUNCER this site talk about the origin of the NAZI sawastika :
    http://www.stormfront.org/whitehistory/hwr5d.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Tiger_
    Not exactly, the swastica dates farther back, being a very old symbol for Hindus. To them, it meant "Good" and "to exist"...Other cultures used the symbol for luck, even put it on their flags/clothing to show /give luck. I think its a shame that Hitler decided it was "Freakin sweet" and used it on his stuff lol
    Correct! The swastika is one of the oldest symbols dating back something like 3000 years. The word swastika comes from a Sanskrit word meaning something like "well being" or "to be good". It was even on the patch of a military unit. Since the Nazis used it, it has become a symbol of death, more or less. Kinda messed up since it has such a long history.

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    [QUOTE=MilitiaGuy]This is off topic (sorry Bouncer) but I remember reading that basketball, football and baseball were training methods for black people to hone their combat skills! LOL![QUOTE]

    Man thats hilarious. Right back on topic again.

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    BALLS, Script I went to quote from your post and edited it instead and can't retrieve it. Sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOUNCER
    BALLS, Script I went to quote from your post and edited it instead and can't retrieve it. Sorry.
    I will never forgive you, mister.

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    This symbol was orginally from India I belive, and since Indians and Indian culture was brought by the race of Aryans, Hilter probably wanted to tie those two symbols together. The Old Aryans to the New Aryans.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swastika

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAUSASIAN
    This symbol was orginally from India I belive, and since Indians and Indian culture was brought by the race of Aryans, Hilter probably wanted to tie those two symbols together. The Old Aryans to the New Aryans.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swastika
    It also lists alot of religions including judiasm and muslim. Even native american indians and west africans used this symbol. I do believe they call it spinning sun. Here is a bit more info:

    The swastika was originally a wonderful, holy symbol for people all around the world. The swastika was usually turned to the right, sun-wise, to symbolize good luck. Then the Nazis came and exploited it, turning it backwards to symbolize hate and destruction as a magical means to world conquest. Ever since, the swastika has meant evil to people all around the world, regardless of direction, so now we have to get back at the Nazis by writing endless articles in New Age journals and websites, exposing them for what they really were.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mesomorphyl
    It also lists alot of religions including judiasm and muslim. Even native american indians and west africans used this symbol. I do believe they call it spinning sun. Here is a bit more info:

    The swastika was originally a wonderful, holy symbol for people all around the world. The swastika was usually turned to the right, sun-wise, to symbolize good luck. Then the Nazis came and exploited it, turning it backwards to symbolize hate and destruction as a magical means to world conquest. Ever since, the swastika has meant evil to people all around the world, regardless of direction, so now we have to get back at the Nazis by writing endless articles in New Age journals and websites, exposing them for what they really were.
    Word.

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    The logo of "Syrian Socialist National Party" in lebanon look a little bit like the sawastika :


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    I dont think hitler "Exploited" it, Many cultures used this symbol for whatever they felt like, so did he..he just happened to kill...a lot of people. I'm not flamin just my opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by MilitiaGuy
    The logo of "Syrian Socialist National Party" in lebanon look a little bit like the sawastika :

    It seems anti-semitic. What does it symbolize? Example: Black meaning the absence of God or good, a Red type swastika on a white feild meaning socialist or one people struggling for a single race/religion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mesomorphyl
    It seems anti-semitic. What does it symbolize? Example: Black meaning the absence of God or good, a Red type swastika on a white feild meaning socialist or one people struggling for a single race/religion.
    no its not anti-semetic , all of my mom's relatives are SSNP and they arent anti-semetic it mean one people struglling for one ARABIC nation wher syria and lebanon are the center of this nation

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    also they consider syria and lebanon as one country

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    Quote Originally Posted by MilitiaGuy
    no its not anti-semetic , all of my mom's relatives are SSNP and they arent anti-semetic it mean one people struglling for one ARABIC nation wher syria and lebanon are the center of this nation
    Just asking.

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