Discovering The Meaning Behind Swastikas, and Why They Were Not Intended for Use as a Symbol of Hate

The Swastika originally interpreted as; “su” (“good” or “auspicious”) united with “asti” (“it is”), along with the diminutive suffix “ka.” The swastika literally means, “It is good” or”all is well”.

With all that is said and seen within this website; and with atomic relationships in mind, this can further be refined to symbolize the atomic wave formats in that each electron can be seen as a + and – pole, located on a sine wave or (wave_cycle); resulting in perceived orbits. Further visualized here:

This represents atomic orbits, and bond potential; where for example, Carbon + Oxygen (above) results in a cross like structure, with a covalent sharing of two electrons.

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This would be visualized (in what is considered current standard format like this):

This is further represented by the simplified visualization of an atomic structure:

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