That dates back to paganism and satanism, but is actually a pretty old way of looking at the peace symbol now and not that many people probably know about it. It does not have to have the negative connotations people have placed on it.
In mainstream society today, the peace sign has a new meaning, of peace and harmony, that is more common. That is more important as it is the impression people will be left with.The only relevance of the 'broken cross' theory is in knowing the past of the symbol.
I've been told it is. Although, I don't understand because Jesus is my peace.
But it may have been part of the rebeliousness of that age, and them possibly thinking that they were not getting peace from God (because of the wars) so they saw the cross as a broken to creating peace. So yes, it's a symbol of their view that peace has been broken and the cross (or Jesus) isn't "doing anything about it".
Is a cross really a common T? Try not to confuse yourself with symbols. You may find that each symbol may have different meanings.
peace is peace, cross is cross. Two different things, I suppose.
Ya I think it is... :/
They r not the same