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The Swastika Has a Universal Meaning: Salvation

January 21, 2024

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"The Nazis had an incredible sense of design and a deep understanding of iconography and branding, which is one reason why these symbols still have power over people today. These symbols have been reappropriated yet again for a new purpose. This powerful sigil was used to cast a spell and project black, negative energy over people, controlling them, even in large venues like stadiums where massive rituals were performed. Similar techniques are used in modern mass media and by governments today."

"The " swastika" character has long surpassed the meaning carried by any religion, and has the meaning of universal salvation.

Hitler and the Swastika's Magic


Most people only know the swastika from Hitler and the Nazis. How did Hitler come to use this symbol? How were people brainwashed to change the meaning of the swastika and why did they do it? 

Buddhists believe it signifies the attainment of Buddha level, which is why you see this symbol used on Buddha image sculptures and in temples (from Master Li Hongzhi, Zhuan Falun Lecture 5): "Then what does this symbolize in our Buddha School? Some people say that it stands for good fortune, which is an interpretation of everyday people. Let me tell you that signifies a Buddha's level, and only those who have reached the level of Buddha can have it."

The significance of the swastika (Chinese: wan symbol) is one of the most important symbols for the world because it can help elevate and save people.

The " swastika" character has long surpassed the meaning carried by any religion, and has the meaning of universal salvation.

This emblem is a Law Wheel, rotating clockwise, then counter-clockwise to collect and emit energy. It purifies and strengthens fields and beings.

From Zhuan Falun by Master Li Hongzhi, Lecture 5: This Falun emblem is the miniature of the universe. It also has its own form of existence and process of evolution in all other dimensions, so I call it a world.

At a Falun Gong parade in New York City, I encountered a Jewish gentleman who pointed at the Falun emblem on a float and said "This swastika was used by the Nazis when they killed millions of Jews, it should be banned." I began talking with him, explaining that Hitler did indeed cause great harm to many people and I could understand why he felt this way. 

Then, my now 86 year old Holocaust survivor friend standing next to me said "I lost seven close family members in Ukraine at the hands of the Nazis and had a similar thought when I first saw this symbol with Falun Gong. This isn't Hitler's thing, it's something different - an ancient symbol of good that Hitler stole. This is a Falun or Law Wheel and it's righteous". 

Because she spoke with wisdom and compassion, suddenly, he understood.

Why do people have these mistaken beliefs about the swastika? Hitler plagiarized the swastika for his Nazi banner and killed millions. Then, the "swastika+Hitler+Holocaust = evil" message was replayed for decades since the 1960's through the educational system, popular culture and movies and the mainstream media, forever associating the swastika with Hitler and evil.  Advertising works.  If the swastika really can save people, turning people against it would destroy them.  Jews are the main target of this evil.  BEWARE!

There is an occult (hidden) side of Nazism that was created from the theosophy and ariosophy of Guido von List, left, and von Liebenfels, which attracted Hitler with visions of mystical powers.  Many books have been written about this, and more information is at the original post here.

Hitler also wanted to tie his regime to a story of racial purity and ancient history to make the Third Reich the next Roman empire, a natural successor for a world order under a theocracy. Theocracy means the rulers want to be worshiped as Living Gods -- this is what was promised to the top level Nazis.

Hitler found what he was looking for in List's research of runes, ancient Germanic letters, ancient petroglyphs and through expeditions to Tibet to acquire artifacts that would support his world view. List became an authority on runes and he created the racial history mythology later used by German nationalists and the Nazis.

Hitler himself designed the Nazi flag, as he said in his book Mein Kampf"I myself, meanwhile, after innumerable attempts, had laid down a final form; a flag with a red background, a white disk, and a black swastika in the middle. After long trials I also found a definite proportion between the size of the flag and the size of the white disk, as well as the shape and thickness of the swastika."

From "The symbols and colors of Nazism were all carefully orchestrated to have a maximum psychological effect. Nazi symbols are alluring. They look good in an evil way. They are sharp, carefully tailored to catch the eye, and made to inspire passions." 

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The capitalized proper noun Holocaust did not get promoted until the 1960's.  Enough time passed that people forgot, but then the Satanic media drummed swastika+Hitler+Holocaust = evil into people's minds.  The results can be seen in this graph (left).

Don't be Misled

If the swastika is actually a good symbol that can save people, wouldn't demonizing it turn people against it and keep them from being saved? Like the man at the parade, people are misled because the truth is hidden from them. The end result is ignorance which sadly and inevitably results in persecution, yet again. Everyone must have the facts so they can make an informed choice for their future. Everyone needs to be clear about this.

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Comments for "The Swastika Has a Universal Meaning: Salvation"

JC said (January 22, 2024):

According to L. A. Waddell, the Swastika is an ancient symbol of sun worship (L. A. Waddell, The Phoenician Origin of Britons Scots & Anglo-Saxons [Hawthorne, CA: The Christian Book Club of America, 1983], p. 3). When the Swastika was pictured as rotating clockwise, in the direction of the sun's apparent movement from east to west, the Scots called it Deasil. The Scots called the opposite direction Withersins, or contrary to the sun and considered it unlucky. Why the Nazis adopted Withersins I don't know. The ancients used the Deasil method in their sun worshiping rituals.

Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at