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Was swastika really a popular symbol among Slavs and/or ancient Indo-Europeans?
It seems to me that many Russian nationalists and neo-paganists currently believe that swastika was a Solar symbol or a symbol of fortune in ancient Slavic folklore. There are multiple paintings by ...
Aug 5 '12 at 0:44
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