But the swastika isn’t even a spiral…

http://runesecrets.com/rune-meanings/sowilo

If you’re gonna graffito bollocks, get it historically accurate?

You’re confusing it with celtic spirals and knots, totally different.

It’s a hvel sigil? Like a summoning portal? The cross bar?

Shapes have meanings, combinations have meta-meanings.

Me-mes, if you will.

Shit, I’m pretty sure I have books on this topic.

Hitler’s Master of the Dark Arts, Himmler’s Black Knights and the Occult Origins of the SS.

I knew it. At best, it’s a wheel since all portals were presumed to be moving, magical energy.

Like an LSD trip. Or toilet water.

Wheels had unique properties in European culture, it wasn’t just the torture kind.
Although we do have a fetish for circles.

Take it with a pinch of salt but yes, this information exists.

Reclaiming the symbols of degeneracy aka Rainbow Fascism

This was my concept because who TF doesn’t like rainbows?

I also like pink, soft fluffy things and glitter but admittedly that’s a harder sell.

Milo really made it take off though, so props.

We’re also throwing back SJ terms at objections to anything vaguely common sense. ‘Problematic’ paralyzes them with fear, they can’t deny their own terms without denial of the theories, a countersignal they’re incapable of.

This turns degenerate signals into virtue ones.

A fact most people don’t know about black magic – there are no black magic symbols. They are all perversions of the good, white and light. Similarly, there is no degenerate symbology, they must take – and the rainbow is an irrational theft for homosexuality, when the premise is that they’re all the same. However, as an acknowledgement of the ranging phenotype of white people, it is perfection.

We need a traditional aesthetic and that includes nice things.

Nobody owns those symbols, they’re defined by use. They took those symbols, we’re just taking them back. Cultural Marxism’s tricks are being used against it, all they do is appropriate good culture and pervert it for whatever pet project.

You want signalling? Fine.

We’ll change the signals.

Flower Power = Racist

http://dailycaller.com/2015/07/10/now-the-symbol-of-new-orleans-is-considered-racist/

We should do a series = Everything is Racist.

h/t: http://www.anonymousconservative.com/blog/now-the-fleur-de-lis-is-racist/

Symbol of French people, lilies and the Holy Trinity… according to a very detailed symbology dictionary on my shelf.

r-selection happens in free resources. Free resources condition one to ease, and produce amygdalae that are totally incapable of tolerating even the slightest imagined negativity. Finally, the incapability to tolerate even the slightest imagined negativity is the mark of an insane culture. Ergo, the r-selection of free resource availability produces insane cultures.

It’s like a reverse honour culture.
A dishonour culture.
A disrespek culture.

When looking at someone funny, or not looking at them funny, or plain not looking at them are cause for grievance.

what wtf blackadder

Notice they’re starting on symbols of aristocracy? Hm, I wonder why.

Iris as Lily as Symbol

The technical earliest version dates back to Mesopotamia, but the earliest modern form dates from the Ancient Roman-Era Gauls, where it was the lily, a traditional symbol of the protective goddess Juno, commonly depicted holding the flower.
I’m surprised neoreaction hasn’t taken up this symbol, seems apt for the cause.

Source: books in my library. I’m not writing all that down.

Flowers, Plants n Blooms

The brand on the shoulder of Milady, Countess de Winter in Alexandre Dumas’s The Three Musketeers is a fleur-de-lis. It was burned into her shoulder by the executioner of Lille when she (a nun) and a priest (the executioner’s brother) were caught stealing sacramental objects to finance their flight from their lives in the church. According to Dumas, the fleur-de-lis, the symbol of the monarchy in France, was burned into the flesh of felons to mark them for life. In Justine the Marquis de Sade also mentioned the practice of branding criminals . Apparently the crown was making the analogy to the branding of cattle; the criminal was symbolically “owned” by the monarchy as punishment for their infraction.

Dumas’s use of the fleur-de-lis was the first time the symbol was impressed on my consciousness. I was probably in my early teens when I first read The…

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