The Swastika in the Sky; The Big Dipper
Once we reconnect to our common ancient ancestry we can easily find Flat Earth teachings and knowledge. There is no better example than the Swastika and the Big Dipper.
The Swastika was a marker for the 4 Seasons of the Year as the ancients knew intimately. The luminaries were their guides and teachers as well as provided much consciousness form mankind before humans developed free will. Part of the Great 500 Year Lie is that the swastika became the ultimate symbol of evil to the Western World. The psyops turned around both literally, and physically, to take away Spiritual energy and disempower the masses, that be us.
The Tibetan Swastika vs the Nazi Hakenkreuz. One to bring about a victory of Peace, the other causes instant hate from anyone in the Western world when the image is conjured up…all by design, all by psyops, to take our power away and remove symbols of goodness and power from humanity.
These motions of energy also manifest in our mind, body, Spirits as well. By creating hate towards this symbol, they disconnect us from powerful symbolism that assists us in knowing ourselves. This is just like how the Roman Catholics made the Pagan Day of the New Year, April 1, when seeds could be planted for food, to be a Fool’s Day. Another example is when the pagan Sun of God rose from the Southern Cross on December 25th. The Romans claimed it as “Christ’s Day” instead.
The word ‘swastika’ is a Sanskrit word (‘svasktika’) meaning ‘It is’, ‘Well Being’, ‘Good Existence, and ‘Good Luck’. However, it is also known by different names in different countries – like ‘Wan’ in China, ‘Manji’ in Japan, ‘Fylfot’ in England, ‘Hakenkreuz’ in Germany and ‘Tetraskelion’ or ‘Tetragammadion’ in Greece.
For the Hindus and Buddhists in India and other Asian countries, the swastika was an important symbol for many thousands of years and, to this day, the symbol can still be seen in abundance – on temples, buses, taxis, and on the cover of books. It was also used in Ancient Greece and can be found in the remains of the ancient city of Troy, which existed 4,000 years ago. The ancient Druids and the Celts also used the symbol, reflected in many artifacts 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. But why is this symbol so important and why did Adolf Hitler decide to use it?
By design, humans have been steered off the farms and into the suburbs and cities where light pollution and lack of celestial knowledge has caused Man to lose his classroom. The word “Man” is Old German for *men- or “to think”. HU means hue, or color. So Human is color of man. Our ancestors meant energy vibration when speaking of human whereas today ours is visual interpretation.
A Sanskrit scholar P. R. Sarkar in 1979 said that the deeper meaning of the word Swastika is
‘Permanent Victory’. He also said that as any symbol it can have positive and negative meaning depending on how it is drawn. In Hinduism, the right-hand swastika is a symbol of the God Vishnu and the Sun, while the left-hand swastika is a symbol of Kali and Magic. 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.
Flat Earth takes us back to our ancients and their wisdom. The skies may be the physical limit but a deeper understanding to the ancient’s connection to the stars above provide a much richer tapestry to humanities connection to our heavens. As above, so below, the seasons chronicled beautifully by the Big Dipper movement of stars throughout the year. A much deeper meaning to who we are, why we are here , …and to wondering once again how twinkle, twinkle, the little star’s doing up there in the vaulted ceiling under an ocean of wisdom.
The syllable “Om” is described with various meanings in the Upanishads. Descriptions include “the sacred sound, the Yes!, the Vedas, the Udgitha (song of the universe), the infinite, the all-encompassing, the whole world, the truth, the ultimate reality, the finest essence, the cause of the Universe, the essence of life, the Brahman, the Atman, the vehicle of deepest knowledge, and Self-knowledge”
WisDom-e or Wise Dome. Dome is Home. “Dali Lama” means Ocean of Wisdom, Kingdom, Om
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.
In Buddhism, the swastika is a symbol of good fortune, prosperity, abundance and eternity. It is directly related to Buddha and can be found carved on statues on the soles of his feet and on his heart. It is said that it contains Buddha’s mind.
On the walls of the Christian catacombs in Rome, the symbol of the Swastika appears next to the words “ZOTIKO ZOTIKO” which means “Life of Life”. It can also be found on the window openings of the mysterious Lalibela Rock churches of Ethiopia, and in various other churches around the world.
In Nordic Myths, Odin is represented passing through space as a whirling disk or swastika looking down through all worlds. In North America, the swastika was used by the Navajos. In Ancient Greece, Pythagoras used the Swastika under the name ‘Tetraktys’ and it was a symbol linking heaven and earth, with the right arm pointing to heaven and its left arm pointing to Earth.
It has been used by the Phoenicians as a symbol of the Sun and it was a sacred symbol used by the priestesses.
The swastika, the Phoenician sun symbol, on the Phoenician Craig-Narget stone in Scotland, and on the robe of a Phoenician high priestess. (Source)
How and why did so many diverse countries and cultures, across many eras, use the same symbol and apparently with the same meaning?
It is ironic, and unfortunate, that a symbol of life and eternity that was considered sacred for thousands of years has become a symbol of hatred.
Featured Image: Ancient Roman Mosaics in Villa Romana La Olmeda (Wikipedia)
By John Black
The swastika is an ancient symbol that emerged independently among many cultures on several continents. Before the 20th century, its use (including in the United States) was almost always benign. Even today, the swastika is a common symbol across Asia, used by Hindus, Buddhists, and adherents of other religions, where it is often associated with good fortune.
However, in the early 20th century, various right-wing adherents of the so-called “völkisch” movement in Germany, a movement in large part dedicated to uncovering a romanticized and largely mythical German/“Aryan” past, adopted the swastika as a symbol. The use of the swastika in this context subsequently influenced Adolf Hitler to adopt the swastika as the primary symbol for the Nazi Party in 1920. The murderous legacy of the Nazi regime, especially the Holocaust, permanently converted the swastika into a symbol of hate, anti-Semitism and infamy.
Since 1945, the swastika has served as the most significant and notorious of hate symbols, anti-Semitism and white supremacy for most of the world outside of Asia. Its display is prohibited in Germany and some other countries, leading some right-wing extremists to devise variants or alternatives to the swastika that would evoke a similar effect. In the United States, the swastika is overwhelmingly viewed as a hate symbol.
The swastika as adopted by the Nazis has “arms” that hook to the right; later white supremacists maintained this tradition. Though sometimes more ignorant white supremacists accidentally render swastikas “backwards,” the backwards or left-pointing swastika is typically the hallmark of someone not actually that familiar with white supremacist iconography. The swastika, along with the letters “KKK” and the numbers “666,” is one of the most common forms of “shock” graffiti in the United States, typically spray-painted by juveniles who are not actually white supremacists but simply want to use the image to shock and alarm people.
Among white supremacists, the swastika is a very common symbol, rendered in many different ways and often combined with other hate symbols. The most common swastika variant is a round or curved swastika. Since the release of “American History X,” a favorite movie of white supremacists, it has been very common for male white supremacists to get a swastika tattoo on their left breast in imitation of the main character in that movie. One trend seen most often in California among members of white power gangs is the popularity of very large outline swastika tattoos.