Before I was actually quite sure the Swastika originated from Indian Buddhism - the oldest form. But now it seems the symbol has far older historical roots.
My friend who knows quite a lot of traditional and cultural history informed us that this symbol ("Khas") found in Mongolia has 4 heads, which legend say it symbolizes a "4 horseman union" comprised of Mongol, Turk, Hamnigan (Manchu), and Europid horsemen.
It's a Hunnic symbol, now it's one of the oldest Mongol traditional symbols. It is called "Tumen nasan khee"="10 000 years old symbol". It's also seen as a symbol of eternity, unity, and leadership.
Too bad like everything else Hitler did, this symbol is stained.
I have always felt deep down that the Swastika "Svastik"could only be thought of among grassland peoples. For they had the only observational "intuition" of this example in their life. An individual can only see this symbol if your horse or wheeled vehicle is traveling on even long-range ground, to contemplate on it's symbolism. And it might take many examples to contemplate its symbolism eventually, and make it the "modus operandi," of life itself.
I know Hunnic women of nobility wore Tri-eske jewelry in their camps. Gold of course survives the ravages of weathering and time.