The Ahnenpaß (literally, “ancestor passport”) documented the Aryan lineage of citizens of Nazi Germany. It was one of the forms of the Aryan certificate (Ariernachweis).
Hitler making an architectural sketch.
Munich, Germany- November 9th, 1938
Remembrance of The Putsch
Source: im9.eu and life.time.com
Common Symbology (Part 1): An educational understanding of common symbols you might see around.
I am not speaking against thesnowskinnedwoman only to say that the text is written like a splc writeup. ‘look here.. a common symbol used for hate..’ in all the defniitions. It is good to share this with those who may not know, but I think a more White Culture Friendly word choice could be used.
My main concern was the meaning of each. I disregard any of the terms such as “hate” being used. The only way I was able to get this was to screenshot it from another website and they were the ones who had written it. If I had written and edited it all, it would have taken too long to put together. I was in a rush so I tried to hurry up. We’ve got bad weather here tonight and I just wanted it up as a reference for people who were confused by each symbol. If someone could make an edited version without all of the implicated “white people are racist and all these symbols are evil”, that would be lovely. This was just made for personal reference. Anyone involved in the community will be able to understand its purpose. But an edited version would be nice, I just haven’t the time tonight!
That’s not a celtic cross, it’s the eye of Odin