The Svastika ‘SWASTIKA’ comes from the Sanskrit word ‘स्वस्तिक'(svastika) which literally means “that which is associated with well-being.”
The word and symbol has been mentioned in innumerable Hindu texts and the sacred Vedas. Also found in other ancient off-shoot religions of Hinduism, like Buddhism and Jainism, with variant meanings. Found heavily in ancient European cultures, such as the Ancient Germanic Iron Age, Celts, Armenians, Ireland, Korea etc. Even Native Americans have many swastika motifs on their arts.
The earliest known depiction of the Swastika is from the Ukraine, dated as far back as 10,000BC and carved on Mammoth ivory.
The Swastika (also called a Fylfot or Hakenkreuz) appears on various Germanic Migration Period and Viking Age artifacts, from the 3rd to 9th century, from Denmark, the Gothic spearhead from Brest-Litov, Belarus, Russia to Armenia and the Norse…