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Originally posted by xxblackoctoberxx
What is the deal with that? Coincedence? And does any one know what these buildings are for?
Originally posted by Rasputin13
I don't see how it could be an accident or coincidence. Anyone who looked at the blue prints prior to construction, or even construction, would have clearly seen a swastica! Are we to expect that people are so dumb or so naive that they didn't notice? That it was just a racist trick by the architect that slipped past approval and everyone else?
I'm sorry but I can't for the life of me figure out how anyone wouldn't notice that, unless they were trying not to!
Native American traditions
The swastika shape was used by some Native Americans. It has been found in excavations of Mississippian-era sites in the Ohio valley. It was widely used by many southwestern tribes, most notably the Navajo. Among different tribes the swastika carried various meanings. To the Hopi it represented the wandering Hopi clans; to the Navajo it was one symbol for a whirling log (tsil no'oli'), a sacred image representing a legend that was used in healing rituals.[
Originally posted by AgentSmith
It wasn't and still isn't always a bad symbol yo uknow. It even has ties with Native Americans as well as various other cultures around the world.
Originally posted by Majestic12
People need to come off it.
World War Two ended 60 years ago, to me that's water under the bridge.