The Hittites established an empire centered on Hattusa in north-central Anatolia around 1600 BC. In the Amarna tablets, which have been dated to the 14th century BC, the Hittites were clearly regarded by the Egyptians as a major power. In antiquity, the swastika (卐) was used extensively by the Hittites, sometimes as a geometrical motif, other times as a religious symbol.
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American congressman Ignatius Loyola Donnelly (1831-1901) wrote a chapter titled "The Aryan Colonies From Atlantis" in his book, Atlantis: The Antediluvian World, where he said:
Did the Aryan race come from Atlantis?
"The center of the Aryan migrations was Armenia. Here too is Mount Ararat, where it is said the ark rested, another identification with the Flood regions, as it represents the usual transfer of the Atlantis legend by an Atlantean people to a high mountain in their new home."
"The Greeks, who are Aryans, traced their descent from the people who were destroyed by the Flood, as did other races clearly Aryan, herein we find another evidence of relationship between the Aryans and the people of Atlantis.. the Greeks, an Aryan race, in their mythological traditions, show the closest relationship to Atlantis. We have seen that Zeus, the king of Atlantis, whose tomb was shown at Crete, was transformed into the Greek god Zeus."
"There is another reason for supposing that the Aryan nations came from Atlantis. We find all Europe occupied by nations recognized as Aryan."