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Ancient Scythian-Slavs Bronze Symbol of the Protector / Replica-Amulet

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Seller: aleksandr1962aleksandr (1,620) 99.6%, Location: Kharkov, default, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 153079845307 RARE Ancient Scythian-Slavs Bronze Symbol of the ProtectorReplicaAmulet Symbol Protector :(Oberezhnik) Protector - one of the most popular symbols of the ancient Slavs. Representing the Fire Swastika, it denotes the land of our ancestors, following the long traditions and customs. The popularity of the amulet consists in the extraordinary power of its influence. He does not protect a particular person, but the entire Slavic people. His power extends to all native land for the owner, giving her energy for growth and development.The Secret (Overseer) The Protector is in his ability to use the power that our ancestors received from their faith. The amulet connects them with the wisdom accumulated by our contemporaries in the faith today, which makes the amulet even more powerful.Thus, (Oberezhnik) Protector can be considered a specialized amulet for people who are in charge of duty or just a spiritual calling, lead some kind of association or movement. For the most effective work of the amulet, their activities should be aimed at multiplying the spiritual and natural forces that the living descendants of the Slavs now possess. It is not for nothing that the amulet traditionally helps biologists and geographers, ecologists and travelers - people whose professions are aimed not only at the knowledge of nature, but also at its preservation, and not modification. This gives our family not only new important knowledge, but also increases its spiritual strength.Traditionally (Obyerozhnik) Protector is a combination of two characters. In its center is the Star of Inglia - the most important sign of faith of our ancestors. It is very difficult to overestimate its impact on a person. It denotes also the Fire that arose as a result of the act of divine creation, and the light that the earth receives from the great sun god Yarila, and the man himself who walks along the road of self-perfection, striving to become worthy of his ancestors. The Star of Inglia consists of three mutually intersecting triangles enclosed in one outer circle. This symbol emphasizes the involvement of the owner of the amulet in the secrets of the divine creation. Each of the triangles has a connection with one of the worlds that constitute the Slavic world: Rule, Jav and Nav. All that remains behind the circle of Inglia is a space that is subject to a single Creator-Creator.Meaning (Oberezhnik) Protector, which includes the Star of Inglia, expands and at the expense of additional meanings of this sign. For example, many followers of the ancient Slavs believe that the Star contains at once two most important principles: natural and human. In addition, quite often in its center place additional symbols. These can be runes, swastika elements or other obverse signs (Kolovrat, Perunitsa, Posolon, Fern Flower), which allows you to repeatedly strengthen an already powerful amulet.The second element that is part of (Oberezhnik) Protector, is the eight-ray Kolovrat, which contains the Star of Inglia. The number eight in this case is especially symbolic, since it denotes the infinity of divine power. A Kolovrat as a sign necessary for the development and achievement of the goal, makes the influence (Oberezhnik) Protector more focused. Wevelsburg CastleWevelsburg CastleThe Nazis did not use, used the National Socialists, namely "Ahnenerbe" ( "Ancestral Heritage"). That does not deprive the mark of its original meaning))))) Slavic Słoneczko or Коловрат (Kolovrat) is anEarly Slavic pagan symbol of the sun.[citation needed]The Słoneczko (lit. "little sun") is an Early Slavic pagan symbol of the sun. It was engraved on wooden monuments built near the final resting places of fallen Slavs to represent eternal life. The symbol was first seen in a collection of Early Slavic symbols and architectural features drawn and compiled by Polish painter Stanisław Jakubowski, which he named Prasłowiańskie motywy architektoniczne (Polish: Early Slavic Architectural Motifs).[ His work of art was published in 1923, by a publishing house that was then based in the Dębniki district of Kraków.Symbol can also be found on embroidery and pottery in most Slavic countries. In contemporary times, Słoneczko has become known in Russia as Коловрат (Kolovrat - lit. "spinning wheel"). Russian neopagans have adopted it as a traditional symbol of the pre-Christian Slavic faith. The neopagans say that Коловрат is a native Russian name for the swastika as a solar symbol. However, according to the historian and theologian Роман Багдасаров (Roman Bagdasarov), no known historical sources referring to the swastika as "Kolovrat" have been discovered in Russia. Коловрат has also been appropriated by nationalist organizations and Neo-Nazis in Russia, who claim it is an ancient symbol that is exclusive to the East Slavs. Similar words to Коловрат in other Slavic languages include the Polish Kołowrót and the Slovak Kolovrátok, both of which are used solely to describe the wheel and axle and usually have no connotations with the symbol originally known in Polish as Słoneczko. The swastika (also known as the gammadion cross or cross cramponnée) is a symbol that generally takes the form of an equilateral cross, with its four legs bent at 90 degrees (as a Chinese character: 卐 or 卍). It is considered to be a very sacred and auspicious symbol in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism.It appears as a decorative element in various cultures since at least the Neolithic, and is mostly known as a symbol in Indian religions, denoting "auspiciousness", adopted as such in pre-WWI-Europe and later, and most notably, by the Nazi Party and Nazi Germany. Because of its use in Nazism, in many Western countries the swastika is stigmatized, while it remains commonly used as a religious symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism.The word swastika derives from the Sanskrit svastika "lucky or auspicious object". The older term gammadion cross derives mainly from its appearance, which is identical to four Greek gamma letters affixed to each other Greco-Roman antiquityAncient Greek architectural, clothing and coin designs are replete with single or interlinking swastika motifs. There are also gold plate fibulae from the 8th century BC decorated with an engraved swastika.Related symbols in classical Western architecture include the cross, the three-legged triskele or triskelion and the rounded lauburu. The swastika symbol is also known in these contexts by a number of names, especially gammadion, or rather the tetra-gammadion. The name gammadion comes from the fact that it can be seen as being made up of four Greek gamma letters. Ancient Greek priestesses would tattoo the symbol, along with the tetraskelion, on their bodies. Ancient Greek architectural designs are replete with the interlinking symbol.In Greco-Roman art and architecture, and in Romanesque and Gothic art in the West, isolated swastikas are relatively rare, and the swastika is more commonly found as a repeated element in a border or tessellation. The swastika often represented perpetual motion, reflecting the design of a rotating windmill or watermill. A meander of connected swastikas makes up the large band that surrounds the AugustanAra Pacis. A design of interlocking swastikas is one of several tessellations on the floor of the cathedral of Amiens, France. A border of linked swastikas was a common Roman architectural motif, and can be seen in more recent buildings as a neoclassical element. A swastika border is one form of meander, and the individual swastikas in such a border are sometimes called Greek keys. There have also been swastikas found on the floors of Pompeii.Best of lotThis Scythian amulet in the form of a spoked wheel. The emergence of such amulets, talismans connected with the beginning of widespread use of light carts with nomadic Scythians in the IV. BC They are becoming a normal burial in the nobility. Consequently, the wagon was a social symbol, a symbol of belonging to the order of the Scythian nobility. The wagons have played a role in the Scythian cult, due to the significance of the horse in the religious beliefs of the Scythians. The basis of these views were solar cult rituals associated with representations of the sacred chariot of the sun. The wheels also put in front of the dromos. Amulets - metal model spoked wheels were bronze, lead, tin sometimes gold. They were the emblems of the sun and served as amulets, protecting the peace of the dead. Amulet - symbolized a chariot wheel, in which the deceased together with the solar deity of light traveling to the country. Scythians - ekzoetnonim ancient Greek origin, is applied to the peoples in antiquity and the Middle Ages, as in Eastern Europe and in Asia. The ancient Greeks called the country where lived the Scythians - Scythia (ancient Greek. Σκυθική, Gr. Σκυθία, lat. Scythia). Early information about the Scythians is known from the writings of ancient authors (Herodotus, et al.) And the archaeological excavations carried out in the territories of the Lower Danube to Tuva. Scythian languages presumably belong to the Eastern Iranian sub-group of the Iranian languages. Later, since the era of the Great Migration, the ethnonym "Scythians" is used in Byzantine chronicles names for the various peoples who inhabited the territory of Great Scythia Scythia Minor and European Sarmatia Best Set of lot Welcome!!! The item you see is the item you get! Payment PayPal is the preferred method of payment, for other means of paying please ask before bidding. Payment must be received within 7 days. Shipping Shipping for Europe & $6 for the USA and the rest of the world. Items will be shipped within 1 business day of receiving clear payment.. Returns I accept returns if for any reason you are not satisfied with the items. 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