Peace Symbol?


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Minneapolis: Osterhus Pub. House, ca. 1960s. Small leaflet printed on both sides. [12227]


The peace symbol "dates back to the middle ages and was sometimes called a 'crow's foot' or 'witch's foot.' It then represented a broken cross turned upside down and was used as a subtle sign of those who were opposed to Christianity." It is the "central part of the national symbolism of Communist Russia." Those displaying the peace symbol, Clemmons points out, are not necessarily "anti-Christ. They are simply being exploited by an undercover communistic anti-Christian movement".

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