The esoteric meaning of symbols Swastika
This ancient graphic symbol appears to the prehistory of civilization archaeological documents distributed in a large area from the Mediterranean, Asia, Far East, the Americas, composed of a cross whose arms are of equal length and have an extension at the ends right-angled or curved, which can turn left or right, depending on the direction of rotation.
The first evidence comes from pottery found in Mesopotamia and date from the fourth millennium BC, we find him in the Nordic countries, engraved on pottery in Crete, Cyprus and Greece on coins and ornamental as isolated or as part of complex ceramic decorations geometrichenella at Hindus is a symbol of the Sun and its rotation in the sky, for Buddhists is a diagram of the footprints of the Buddha, in India as an indicator of possible places of rebirth and at the Native Americans used in the sand mandala, carpets and jewelry.
All scholars agree that it is an ancient symbol of rotation of a star above, if we imagine to set a cross on his central point of impressing upon a rotation we understand the origin of the swastika, the cross and the union movement of the spiral in takes on the symbolism.
The word swastika is derived from Sanskrit, a combination of "on" well and "asti" being, well then, you know how you figure it spread to other parts of Asia, Europe and the Americas, but its meaning appears to be similar in all cultures where it is used, ie, abundance and prosperity.
Unfortunately this very important symbol of humanity today is often ignored or even despised as a symbol of the Nazi regime in 1920 when the new National Socialist Party was looking for a banner that should identify, Hitler asked his colleagues to propose different projects, but what convinced him Most of the swastika was referred by a dentist Starneberg who submitted the drawing of a cross with curved hooks: Hitler worked on this project by placing it on a white ground and drawing a swastika with right angles.
The final banner was a red cloth, on which was placed a white disk, inside of which was drawn a black swastika: the red, white and black colors eranostati in the past of the German flag.