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Mar 4, 2018 ... Before it was turned into a symbol of terror, the swastika was an ... has its origins in the Sanskrit language, specifically from the word swastika.

www.seattleglobalist.com/2016/05/09/swastika-buddhism-reclaim-tokyo-olympics-seattle-buddhist-temple/47643

May 9, 2016 ... The Nazi swastika was adopted as the symbol of the Nazi Party in ... calls in Japan for censoring the manji originated from antisemitic concerns.

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We can often see the swastika symbol in Japan. ... The crooked cross is a historical sacred symbol in all ... swastika by the Bon faith of Tibet, as well as later

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Theories of single origin as a sacred prehistorical symbol point to the Proto-Indo- Europeans, noting that the swastika was not adopted by Sumer in Mesopotamia ...

www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2010/04/the-swastika-in-buddhism-represents-universal-harmony

Apr 19, 2010 ... In fact, the first known record of this symbol popping up was over ... of this theory thinking the symbol originated in Germany was dead wrong.

www.typotheque.com/articles/the_swastika_constructing_the_symbol

Nov 29, 2004 ... But Malcolm Quinn's The Swastika Constructing the Symbol is really the first contemporary book (which originated as a scholarly paper) to offer ...

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Mar 25, 2010 ... However, alternate theories of origin, migration and symbolism will be ... The above picture integrates the swastika and the yin-yang symbol.

scholarship.rice.edu/bitstream/handle/1911/63402/article_RIP661_part6.pdf?sequence=1

The symbolic meaning of the swastika is basic to the formulation of a definition that ..... swastika suffer from the unknown origin of the symbol, the fact that.

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Widely used as a holy symbol in India, the swastika showed up in a large number of ancient Eurasian cultures and among Native Americans.