The Sight

February 3, 2009
By hippie BRONZE, rupert, Idaho
hippie BRONZE, Rupert, Idaho
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pixiespast said...
on Aug. 28 2010 at 7:22 pm
yeah the navajo indians used it as a symbol for peace. inj india its also used as a peaceful symbol. the nazis took it and made it a hate sign.

on Jun. 11 2010 at 6:43 pm
IamtheshyStargirl PLATINUM, Lothlorien, Utah
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Favorite Quote:
Boredom instigates extreme creativity.
~Amoniel

"Bowing gratefully to all of my subjects, 'thank you. Thank you. The pleasure is mine." Nah, I'm just kidding. We're all kings together.'"
~Thesilentraven

Oh, and I think the Navajo indians had a symbol like it, even if they weren't the exact culture the Nazis stole it from

on Jun. 11 2010 at 6:41 pm
IamtheshyStargirl PLATINUM, Lothlorien, Utah
44 articles 16 photos 2216 comments

Favorite Quote:
Boredom instigates extreme creativity.
~Amoniel

"Bowing gratefully to all of my subjects, 'thank you. Thank you. The pleasure is mine." Nah, I'm just kidding. We're all kings together.'"
~Thesilentraven

I happen to know that the Swasika turning clockwise or counterclockwise can symbolize either life or death. It wasn't always a symbol for Naziism. The Nazis stole quite a few previously untainted symbols.

debbyjune said...
on Apr. 5 2010 at 1:22 pm
in the india art work you see alot of swastica and it was a good luck symbol, but I do not think your from India, so you could have left  it out.  or was the shook fact part of you picture?

Tybalt SILVER said...
on Sep. 22 2009 at 7:26 pm
Tybalt SILVER, Coral Springs, Florida
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actually before it got a negative connotation. it was a good luck symbol. But a lotta ppl (including me) find it hard to see past it. Its good, but i suggest - the swastica.

hippie BRONZE said...
on Feb. 17 2009 at 11:08 pm
hippie BRONZE, Rupert, Idaho
3 articles 13 photos 3 comments
If my picture affends anyone in any way i apologize because it was never ment to be racist in any way. I don't believe in what the swastika used to mean

wqhipsh said...
on Feb. 12 2009 at 7:50 pm
Hi,

Your drawing has a swastika in it...


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