Swastika Chest Implant


The word swastika came from the Sanskrit word, meaning any lucky or auspicious object, and in particular a mark made on persons and things to denote auspiciousness, or any piece of luck or well-being.

The traditional form of "Swastika" meaning Jainism [traditionally known as Jaina dharma, is an Indian religion that prescribes a path of non-violence towards all living beings.]. Jainism emphasizes spiritual independence and equality between all forms of life. Practitioners of this religion believe that non-violence and self-control is the means by which they can obtain liberation from the cycle of reincarnations. Each arm represents one of the reincarnation or possible rebirths as heavenly beings, human beings, animal beings, and hellish beings. Our aim should be the liberation and not the rebirth.

The word "Swastika" is composed of su- meaning "good, well" and asti "to be". Suasti thus means "well-being."

The Swastika has been used for far longer than the average uneducated person can comprehend. It has been used in many faiths such as, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism. It has also been used by Native American as a healing symbol and to identify themselves. Not to mention the use by Asians, Greeks , Celtic, Africans Tribes, Nordic Tribes, Aztecs, even Christianity.

Before the 20th century, the symbol was used for religion, group identification, animal representation, healing, mantra, peace, love, unity.

It did not become easily recognize as a hate symbol until 1920, when it was adopted by the Nazi Party on there party Flag. The Nazi's understood the Swastika as the symbol of the creating, acting life, or to symbolize Germanism. Before the Nazis, the swastika was already in use as a symbol of German völkisch nationalist movements (Völkische Bewegung). In Deutschland Erwache.

In modern society the average person still associates the symbol as a hate symbol or discrimination. While others, are bringing light to the Swastika and using it as a symbol of peace, unity, and respect.

In modern days those that choose to wear the symbol have found many interesting way to carry the symbol with them. Such as tattoos, jewelery, subdermal implants, scarification and branding. Although it is still used by Neo-Nazi movement and Aryan Brotherhood it remains a symbol of union.

Even as the Nazi movement use the Swastika on everything it was never a symbol that meant hatred or racism it has just been associated with that due to the acts of a certain political group in history.

We as human, creatures, modified, and unmodified individuals can choose to be ignorant or educated ourselves before making assumption when we do see a Swastika worn by an individual. To some it is symbol use to calm the mind as its repetitive pattern can be drawn over an over in many forms.

I would like to share with everyone a little story about an individual who not only wears the symbol with pride but embraces its power.

Belial Desolation Contacted me after reading one of my post requesting for topics to blog about. He told me he had a swastika implant and I was curious to hear about and see it. Belial later on went on to tell me how he was born with a medical problem, that caused him to have to get his organs and chest rearranged. I could see why he would get a powerful symbol in this location.

So I would like to share his implant with you all "Implant done by Steve Truitt"

And a beautiful Scarification done by Iestyn Flye Seven.

Raven Starr

Stay Weird, Stay Happy

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