Re: Is the Swastika evidence of a common origin?
Carl Nordlund (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 27 Jan 1997 01:13:52 +0100
Armijn Hemel wrote:
> > The Nazi swastica is a reversal of the original jewish symbol, which=
> > the movement of the pole star around the north pole. Quite simply, =
> > other speculation is bollocks.
> what about this one:
> Hitler first saw the Swastika on a Roman Catholic Church in his homela=
> Austria (no kidding)
Or this one: Goering visited northern Sweden in the 20-s, looking at the
dams there. The company Asea, now called ABB, did generators and
actually used the swastica as a logo, in the reversed Nazi-type way.
Goering later on recommended Hitler to use the swastika due to this.
However, this IS bollocks, but a guide told me this story up at these
dams (I have seen these huge pre-war power generators with the swastika
myself). However, the guide was clever enough to point out that it's
just a possibility.
Carl Nordlund email@example.com
Falkenbergsgatan 7 Tel/Fax:+46-40-128634
.-. S-214 24 Malm=F6 http://www.efd.lth.se/~d93cn/ .-.
/ \ Sweden .-. .-. / \
/ \ "God is dead".-. .-. / \ / \
\ / \ / `-=B4 \ "Nietsche is dead"
\ / `-=B4 `-=B4 \ God