• @glassware
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      9 months ago

      There’s always been a connection. The German Lebensreform movement on the one hand influenced the hippy movement in the US through a back-to-nature philosophy, while on the other hand evolved into the blood and soil philosophy of the Nazi party. Occultism was also popular in the Nazi party, and Odinist paganism is very popular with European neo-Nazis.

      The modern spiritual movement is made up of middle class women who believe in the divine feminine creating the gift of life, children which they need to protect from vaccines which cause autism and perverts who want to sexualise them. It’s not a long road from there to being an anti-LGBT trad wife who believes in QAnon.

      • @ThatWeirdGuy1001
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        9 months ago

        Odinist paganism is very popular with European neo-Nazis.

        Oh god fucking damnit.

        If I get called a Nazi for having pagan beliefs I’m gonna fuckin lose it

        • Justas🇱🇹
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          You can always call yourself by the tradition you agree the most with, like Ásatru or Romuva to confuse the uninitiated.