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From the Seed of Life to the Swastika

In my post on the Cycle of Life, I had already mentioned in passing how the swastika symbol comes out of the seed of life motif. In this post I want to discuss this in more details so that the connection can be more easily made for those who still can’t see it on their own. If you’re new to this, I recommend reading my post on the Cycle of Life before continuing with the information below.

Seed of Life

We’ll start with the seed of life motif shown above, with the equilateral triangle from where it all started still visible behind it (the equilateral triangle is in black).

Yin and Yang

The yin and yang symbol is a simplified representation of the seed of life. As you can see in the image above, we get to the yin and yang symbol (in thick blue lines) by simplifying the seed of life and leaving out most of the lines. The fact that the seed of life is actually a system that is in constant motion rotating around its centroid (explained in more details here) is also expressed in the yin and yang symbol.


If we rotate a copy of the yin and yang symbol by 90° and place it back on the original copy, we get the swastika (in orange lines), which also clearly expresses the fact that this symbol is dynamic and in constant motion. So the swastika is really also a simplified representation of the seed of life.

Now you may say that the symbol above doesn’t look a lot like the swastika most people are familiar with. Most of us grew up with the swastika as it was used on the flag of Adolf Hitler’s political movement in Germany. That version of the swastika had straight lines — what some people refer to as a “male” version of the swastika, as opposed to the more feminine looking version above with the curved lines.

It turns out that the “male” version of the swastika is a further simplification of the more “female” looking version.


As you can see in the above image, the orange lines that form the swastika symbol are actually halves of the circumference of four small circles (shown with light grey dashed lines) that are connected to the centroid of the blue outer circle. Note that the radius — and thus the circumference — of each of the smaller circles is half of the blue outer circle. There’s a constant doubling process going on as we move outwards from the centroid to the edge of the blue outer circle, as discussed in my post on the Cycle of Life, so the fact that the swastika is composed of half of the smaller circles is not by chance. In addition, there are a total of 9 points (shown as black dots) where all these circles intersect, and this is also not by chance. The number 9 is a very important number — perhaps the most important number — within this system, and I also explain why in my post on the Cycle of Life.


Also note in the above image, that from the perspective of the centroid (p) of each of the four smaller circles, the black intersection points are separated by 90°. Remember that we had to rotate the yin and yang symbol by 90° to get to the swastika. The orange lines that form the swastika go through these 9 intersection points.


As you can see from the above image, we get from the “female” version of the swastika (orange lines) to the “male” version (blue lines) by connecting the black intersection points with straight lines.


By connecting the black intersection points with straight lines we get a shorter — and also a more rigid (“male”) looking — path between these points, and this is why I mentioned above that the “male” version of the swastika is a further simplification of the “female” version.


In the end we are left with the symbol as shown in the image above, and this is the swastika sign as most people have become familiar with in recent times, especially after Hitler started using it in Germany.

"You will see. My spirit will arise from the grave. One day people will see that I was right." -- Adolf Hitler (quoted in Hitler's War by David Irving)

“You will see. My spirit will arise from the grave. One day people will see that I was right.” — Adolf Hitler (quoted in Hitler’s War by David Irving)

It’s very important to realize that Hitler didn’t invent this symbol, just like the “Illuminati” et al didn’t invent the symbol of the All Seeing Eye. The swastika is a very ancient symbol and has its origins in very ancient knowledge which describes the fundamental nature of the reality we live in. This very important knowledge was made occult (hidden or secret) in order to dumb us down and be able to use it against most of humanity.

As Charles Gilchrist once mentioned, “Adolf Hitler was a serious metaphysician.” And I think there’s a reason why he chose to use this symbol as the logo for his political movement in Germany. In fact, Hitler and his political party — the National Socialist German Workers’ Party (NSDAP) — frequently used ancient (pagan) symbolism in their emblems, that would suggest that they were very aware of the true nature of the reality we live in, and how the fundamental energy of nature could be harnessed to benefit humanity. The following quote supports this view:

National Socialism is not a cult-movement — a movement for worship; it is exclusively a ‘volkic’ political doctrine based upon racial principles. In its purpose there is no mystic cult, only the care and leadership of a people defined by a common blood-relationship… We will not allow mystically-minded occult folk with a passion for exploring the secrets of the world beyond to steal into our Movement. Such folk are not National Socialists, but something else — in any case something which has nothing to do with us. At the head of our programme there stand no secret surmisings but clear-cut perception and straightforward profession of belief. But since we set as the central point of this perception and of this profession of belief the maintenance and hence the security for the future of a being formed by God, we thus serve the maintenance of a divine work and fulfill a divine will — not in the secret twilight of a new house of worship, but openly before the face of the Lord… Our worship is exclusively the cultivation of the natural, and for that reason, because natural, therefore God-willed. Our humility is the unconditional submission before the divine laws of existence so far as they are known to us men. Adolf Hitler, in Nuremberg on 6 September 1938

I understand that for most people today, who grew up with lots of propaganda targeted at demonizing Hitler, this information might be difficult to accept at first. The fact of the matter is that much of what we learned about Hitler is simply based on lies, and I highly recommend studying the information in my post “Adolf Hitler: The Greatest Story NEVER Told” for more details.

Finally, if you’re interested in learning about the important knowledge about nature that is behind the symbol of the swastika, check out my post on the Cycle of Life.


  1. Karel Donk's Blog » The Cycle of Life (07/07/2016)


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