Swastika Similarities

swastikas globlised

It has been found in the Ukraine carved on mammoth ivory 12,000 years old. The swastika has also been found on Jewish synagogues in Palestine of about 2000 years ago.

2300 yrs old illustrated comet silk cloth with swastica (far left) was discovered in China during the 1970s at Mawangdui near Changsa in Number Three Tomb.



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Greek,vase around 700 B.C. (image A)

1500- 2500 BC, Trading seals, Indus valley India Swastikas in Israeli synagoges “Ein-Gedi” Synagoge and “Maoz-Haim” Synagoge
Abrahamic religions
followers of the Abrahamic religions where it does exist it is not always portrayed as an explicitly religious symbol and is often purely decorative or at most a symbol of good luck. One example of scattered use is the floor of the synagogue at Ein Gedi, built during the Roman occupation of Judea which was decorated with a swastika.
Swastikas figure is on the oldest coinage in India, Persia, Asia Mior, Greece and Scandinavian. It also represented on many deities from Iceland to Japan, Scandinavia to North Africa. It was much used in Troy and Mycenaie and North and South America and on the early Judaeo-Chiristian cross as sacred disguised windows.


Hidden Ancient Secrets Of The Swastika Symbol Used World-Wide
swastika symbol around the world

Swastika is a powerful ancient symbol that today is mostly associated with Nazi Germany. However, it’s true origins stretches far back in time.

Swastikas have been found on ruins across ancient Europe. All ancient European cultures-i.e., the Etruscans, Greeks, Romans, Gauls, Celts, etc. – practiced the same high spiritual religion of Hinduism, from where the swastika symbol originated.

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