The Svarog’s Cross (or Svarog’s Star, not to be confused with the Svarogov Square) is a symbol of the Vedic Slavonic culture, which, despite its spread at the present time, rarely appears on the pages of the Vedic sources. The reason for this dissonance is that the Svarog Cross itself has never been used as a specific single symbol having a visible earthly embodiment.
The fact is that the Cross of Svarog is a metaphorical designation of the all-embracing deep image of a given God. Svarog, in accordance with the Slavic mythology, created the entire observable universe and constantly observes the preservation in it of the natural balance of energies. Therefore our Ancestors figuratively called Svarog the Four-faced God, that is, not having four faces in the literal sense, but knowing everything that happens in all four parts of the Universe. And four parts of the universe only with the most superficial interpretation denote the known to us today – North, South, West and East. In fact, this is a reflection of the four-part system of the organization of the essence of the representative of the Great Race. However, it is not worth talking about this knowledge of what was said at a given historical moment.
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