We are reclaiming "Kolovrat" symbol as a global, international and anti-nationalist symbol of pluralist unity under the loose idea of slavic peoples as historically neglected, forgotten and enslaved but extremely resilient and persistent in their will to live. There's a clear scientific body of work that describes quite precisely where are slavic peoples coming from and what happened in the second millenium... Kolovrat is being modulated from eight arms into seven, echoing neopagan Elven/Fairy Star on one hand and simply symbolism of number seven on the other. - little sun According to painter Stanisław Jakubowski the "little sun" (Polish słoneczko) is an Early Slavic pagan symbol of the Sun, he claimed 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 his collection of Early Slavic symbols and architectural features, which he named Prasłowiańskie motywy architektoniczne (Polish: Early Slavic Architectural Motifs). His work was published in 1923... heptagram The heptagram is known among neopagans as the Elven Star or Fairy Star. It is treated as a sacred symbol in various modern pagan and witchcraft traditions. Blue Star Wicca also uses the symbol, where it is referred to as a septegram. The second heptagram is a symbol of magical power in some pagan spiritualities. The heptagram was used in Christianity to symbolize the seven days of creation and became a traditional symbol for warding off evil. The symbol is used in some Christian sects such as Catholicism and Orthodox Christianity. The symbol is also used in Kabbalist Judaism.