This is a symbol of auspiciousness for those who are worthy of it’s use. Nazi Party/Germany was unworthy of bearing the symbol and was therefore defeated and humiliated to this day. Neo-nazi groups continue to bring sufferring upon themselves for the same reasons. It has deep meaning and profound usefullness to those of right mind who use it properly. Otherwise, use of this and certain other symbols can have the opposite result – bad luck. Love and happiness to all.
Good point Ravishekarananda!
Since the swastika is a Yantra (literally machine in sanskrit), it functions in conjunction with mental states of people – the medium of this machine is the subtle psychic and spiritual spheres. So, yes it seems natural that when the wielder’s psychic state is aligned to the psychic effect of the swastika it will bring victory, and where the wielder is not intent on universal victory, defeat is inevitable.
Hi Joonas, yes, i take your point about the “good luck” charm of the swastika in the context of the Finnish airforce and ill-fate of the Naziis, yet, the deeper meaning of the swastika as we have presented here is “spiritual victory”.
If the people using the swastikas are not following the values of spirituality – which we can say are embodied in the idea of dharma, then the swastika can be said to have no relation to what their purposes are – it becomes, in that context an empty symbol. It is when there is real parallelism between the intention and actions of the wielder of the swastika and the swastika itself that the mystical part of the swastika becomes interesting…
I would like to know if the real tibetan swastika is facing the opposite direction to the nazi swastika, as opposing the descent into possesive materialness agants the real ascension to spirituality that the tibetan monks would most probably worship.
it would be great if all GAY people could take the Swastika as their symbol.
What would the nazi-idiots have left ??
Only thing I like about Hitler is the fact that he is DEAD and that he LOST the war !
Not my kind of hero *laughing*…….a looser !
James, your comments don’t really make sense. This sight clearly shows that Hitler “borrowed” the swastika from a much older and greater culture than his narrow aryanism. To say you like the Hitler swastika is to say that you appreciate the swastika as a symbol, and since this represents spiritual universalism, it means that you dislike the things that Hitler stood for (narrow racism).
So please tell us, which is it that you actually like narrow racism or the swastika’s spiritual universalism????
I just had a very nice necklace made in gold approx. 0,8 inches wide (square).
ThatÂ´s my way of getting an opportunity to inform people of what the Swastika really stands for.
Here in Sweden most people think of Mr Bad from Germany
IÂ´m proud to wear my Swastika and it was worth 350 USD for sure !
Regards / HÃ¥kan