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Jacques
Jacques
Belle composition pour une jolie pièce décorée de swastikas comme il y en a tant au Musée National d'Athènes! amts, Jacques
9 years ago.
Demetrius Chryssikos has replied to Jacques
THX Jacques !!
9 years ago.
Demetrius Chryssikos
Demetrius Chryssikos
Merci UKEO !!!
9 years ago.
Rosa Maria Riquelme
Rosa Maria Riquelme
It's incredible, the symbol that is used after the Nazis.
9 years ago.
Demetrius Chryssikos has replied to Rosa Maria Riquelme
The Germans don´t take the sign from Greeks. The sign is much older (6.000 years or more) and appears in Asia, Africa, North and Central America and Europe and has mystical and religious meaning, also geometrical and decorativ motif.
9 years ago. Edited 9 years ago.
Rosa Maria Riquelme has replied to Demetrius Chryssikos
You're right, I read somewhere that it was a symbol of good luck in India think, or something, but did not know that the Greeks also used it as a symbol of something, what happens, that the Nazis gave such misuse that when you see you produce bad vibrations, whether that created it for a good way to see that used its symbol.
9 years ago.