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Vairocana Buddha (Ming Dynasty)

The "Swastika" Symbol

Before the reign of Adolf Hitler, the symbol actually meant "good luck" and "ten thousand things" for the Buddhists (and the Greeks).
It was believed that Hitler used the symbol for power and domination.
Symbols change over time.

(Photo taken at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto ON CA)

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Vairocana Buddha (Ming Dynasty)

The "Swastika" Symbol

Before the reign of Adolf Hitler, the symbol actually meant "good luck" and "ten thousand things" for the Buddhists (and the Greeks).
It was believed that Hitler used the symbol for power and domination.
Symbols change over time.

(Photo taken at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto ON CA)

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