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Thread: Why Has the Celtic Cross Become Known As the White Pride Symbol?

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    Mjolnir for sure.

    Valknut also good, but I prefer žonar to Wotann myself - personal preference. Maybe we can just use both or either as we prefer.
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    Variations of the solar cross have been found throughout much of Europe. It wasn't until the 18th century that the Irish decided they wanted to use it as a "Celtic" symbol. Even the Anglo Saxons and the Vikings used the solar cross in Britain.

    These crosses were found in Switzerland in 200 BCE.

    Here is a great article on why the Celts are a bit of a modern invention.

    http://www.culturenorthernireland.or...r-rediscovery-

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    Quote Originally Posted by ulfrik View Post
    However,The valknut seems more mysterious and solemn. The tyr rune is cool also.
    That's why I like the Valknut. It is one of few symbols which has ancient roots but is up for complete interpretation with room to direct it towards our beliefs and directions, since we pretty much know nothing about it, we have the ability to create it's power and use. Basically it's an ancient symbol which can modernly be used, so in future generations from now people can say "this ancient Germanic symbol from (era BC or early AD) gained it's prominence during (our era) and widely used to represent (x)." We wouldn't have to re-interpret anything, just finally give it well deserved respect and direction. People speculate it represents something related to sacrifice, battle or death. When I wear it, it represents my personal battle to preserve Germanic traditions, my sacrifice to live more individually and not conform to liberalism and melting pot / culture destroying ideology and my willingness to die for that.
    Til įrs ok frišar

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    How about flags? i do like the English white dragon flag.


    http://www.greensofgloucestershire.c..._pendragon.gif

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