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  • #11
    HyeJinx1984,
    It could be called different names throughout the centuries.
    I would call it a 'sun weal' and it could mean essence of the sun.

    Virgil,
    You got me with you on your point.
    Last edited by ravinger; 10-01-2004, 03:58 PM.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by ravinger
      It is one of the ancient Armenian symbols.
      ..And the symbol of His Shadow (may it pass over us).

      Were any of the scriptwriters of "Lexx" Armenian, I wonder?
      Plenipotentiary meow!

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      • #13
        And "Monkey" also has it on his belt. (That's enough mentioning of obscure cult TV progams, I think ).
        Plenipotentiary meow!

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        • #14
          Originally posted by ravinger
          HyeJinx1984,
          It could be called different names throughout the centuries.
          I would call it a 'sun weal' and it could mean essence of the sun.

          Virgil,
          You got me with you on your point.
          The original swastika was right handed which in esoteric terms means light and creative, the positive, the light, good luck. Hitler turned it around, representing it in the negative, the dark, like the yin and yang, opposite forces on the spectrum.
          Achkerov kute.

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          • #15
            yes ur right. but thats another issue, because rotating symbols sometimes is the same transformation. anyway the other day i saw that one of the old armenian letter was the swastika. hitler didnt turn it around. the ny baseball team had the swastika in the same direction and position. and all this adds up to the mystery.
            [COLOR=Red]We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the streets, we shall fight in the skies. We shall never let history condemn us into celebacy. Sir Winston Churchil[/COLOR]

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            • #16
              btw, can u give a picture of the "original" swastika?
              [COLOR=Red]We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the streets, we shall fight in the skies. We shall never let history condemn us into celebacy. Sir Winston Churchil[/COLOR]

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              • #17
                The Aryans

                Hey folks allow me to link and logically interpret and sum up the facts with me here. Observe this as follows by placing the two and two together with me:

                The earliest depictions of the swastika found in Armenia, date back to the Neolithic Period of human cultural evolution (aprox. 7000-5000 B.C.E.) Very often, the swastika is symbolized in the form of the solar disk, commonly found in the stone carvings of the Armenian Plateau, Iranian Plateau and ancient civilizations of Anatolia and Mesoamerica.

                Looking back through history the meaning of the word swastika is found in several languages. The Sanskrit root of the word swastika is svar, which means brilliance, illumination or shining. The closest contemporary equivalent to the word is found in the Russian language, where the word svet means light.

                In the Armenian language, the second portion of the word swastika--the ast, also referred as AST--means power. This is also the root of the Armenian word Astvats, which means God. Thus, the word Astvats is translated as "all powerful" or "giver of power/s." In this context would refer to physical and spiritual health, clarity of mind or perhaps even salvation.
                Thus our examination of the Sanskrit roots of the word brings us to the two archaic meanings of the words svar, (meaning brilliant or shinning) and asti meaning powerful or god. And so we get the meaning of the word swastika, which is: all powerful/shining God.

                In ancient times, References such as, "all powerful" or "brilliant" were assigned to the many gods of polytheistic religions. Later these descriptions moved into the context of many current, established, monotheistic religions.

                In the past when kings acquired their royal throne, they were also referred to as the 'shinning one.' This also allowed them to claim their divine right to rule over their dominions acquired "from the god's themselves."

                The sun, our only source of light, has been symbolized by the swastika because in ancient times, many people, seeing the sun as a life giver considered a God itself.

                As many other peoples world wide, the "Armenids" of the Armenian Highland and Mesopotamia had been referred to as: "the children of the light".

                This concept is found within the essence of the word "Ar-men, where "Ar" is the name of the ancient Armenian sun god known as (referred to as Ra or Ra-Amon by ancient Egyptians). In addition, the word "men" theoretically would stand for the people or worshippers of the sun god, thus we get "Ar-men" and "Ar-men-ia." The ending of the word Armenia, the 'ia' is said to theoretically stand for the location, thus we get Armenia, meaning "the land of the sun-worshippers" or "the land of the children of light".
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                • #18
                  Now bare with me here. If the original Aryans (keeping what I said earlier above in our minds) were said to have been of that monotheistic religion of being sun worshippers which as stated earlier:

                  "Around the year 2000 BC, originating in the Caucasus, a sun worshipping Indo-European tribe calling themselves Aryans, using a language known as Sanskrit, invaded central Asia and occupied territory as far as the north of India. These invaders were what became known as the original Aryans."

                  Would that not mean that Armenians= the original Aryans?
                  When the World Wide Web was born, things were quite simple. The internet supported just one device (the PC) and the browsers available were too primitive for me.

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                  • #19
                    The symbol of the swastika, most commonly associated with the WWII era and the Nazi regime, has a much deeper history and has fascinated people throughout history by its complex, mystical meanings and codes. The understanding of these codes has been thought to be expressed through its symbol. The swastika has been widely used in various cultural symbolisms of religious and astronomical nature throughout the Armenian Highland, Mesopotamia, Africa, China, India and Mesoamerica.
                    After careful examination of the Armenian alphabet, one would find that half a dozen of its letters are nothing more than modified versions of the famous swastika symbol. Armenian letters such as: Ke, Kea, Xe, Pe, Fe, and Ea have their origins in the ancient proto-Armenian petroglyph writings found in the Armenian Highland.

                    The earliest depictions of the swastika found in Armenia, date back to the Neolithic Period of human cultural evolution (aprox. 7000-5000 B.C.E.) Very often, the swastika is symbolized in the form of the solar disk, commonly found in the stone carvings of the Armenian Plateau, Iranian Plateau and ancient civilizations of Anatolia and Mesoamerica.
                    When the World Wide Web was born, things were quite simple. The internet supported just one device (the PC) and the browsers available were too primitive for me.

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