Swastika is two Sig runes  http://www.youtube.com/user/gorilla199?feature=watch

Ancient Greek
Swastika Laundry, Dublin
American 45th Division WWI
Boy Scouts
Volkswagen (1939)

MK Ultra serial killer

Dalai Lama

Bolshevik Russia used the Swastika (in the passports of the members of the Red Army)

Italian designer Francesco Barbaro


Ancient Greek

Circe Artemis as goddess of the Mysteries presides over the 3 worlds: fish, animals and birds.(Greece, circa 700 B.C.)Diana or Artemis was the original Nazi. Diana was called Isis in Egypt: http://www.reformation.org/church-of-rome.html

Circe Artemis as a bell-shaped goddess with a double swastika flanked by long-necked birds, a comb pattern and a double axe. (Crete circa 900 B.C.).

 Ancient Greek phrygian helmet with swastika marks, 350-325 BCE, found at Herculanum, Taranto. Personal photograph at the Cabinet des Medailles, Paris.


Early Anglo-Saxon cinerary urn with swastika motifs from North Elmham, Norfolk. between 5th century and 6th century


Swastika from Roman mosaic II cent. A. D.

Swastika Laundry

The Swastika Laundry operated from the Shelbourne Road in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 for 75 years. http://comeheretome.com/2010/04/26/swastika-laundry-1912-1987

American 45th Division WWI


"Ein-Gedi" Synagoge in Israel

"Maoz-Haim" Synagoge

Boy Scouts  [Baden-Powell]

Boy Scout's

Campfire Girl Swastika Jackie Bouvier Kennedy http://rexcurry.net/swastika-campfire-girls-jackie-bouvier-kennedy.jpg

Volkswagen  [Volkswagen]


The Edmonton swasticas,Canada 1916.

Nazi (The swastika officially became the emblem for the Nazi Party on August, 7, 1920, at the Salzburg Congress).

MK Ultra serial killer

Manson, Charles

part of the Reproduction of Bronze belt plaque from Vace,Slovenia,Yugoslavia,400 BC, Hallstatt culture (Illyrian/Celt warriors),Identical to Illyrians, see "Early Roman Armies (Men-at-Arms) by Nicholas Sekunda and Richard Hook,1995,ISBN-10: 1855325136,Colour plates,The Venetic fighting system,Fifth century BC"

Indian Swastika with Mount of Holy Cross shown in postcard published in 1908 by Henrietta Ambruster of Denver. http://rexcurry.net/swastikacross.html