Artgemeinschaft – Germanische Glaubensgemeinschaft

The “Artgemeinschaft – Germanische Glaubensgemeinschaft” (AG GGG) is a neo-pagan neo-Nazi sect.
It was founded in 1951 by Wilhelm Kusserow and Alfred Conn, a former leader of the Hamburg SA.

They meet for neo-pagan rituals such as the “Julmondfeier”.

Supposedly, only people who are assigned to the “Nordic-Faelic race” (blond, light-eyed) are allowed to become members.

Its organ is the “Nordic Newspaper”, which is published quarterly.

It probably has 300 to 400 members, according to the domestic intelligence service “Verfassungsschutz” there are only 150.
The chairman of the Artgemeinschaft since 2016 is Jens Bauer from Elsteraue-Bornitz (Burgenlandkreis, Saxony-Anhalt).
Many members were or are active in the NPD or in the völkisch sect “Bund für Gotterkenntnis (Ludendorff) e.V.”.
Others were active in the banned organisations “Wiking-Jugend” and “Heimattreue Deutsche Jugend”.

There are contacts abroad with the “Asatru Folk Assembly” in the USA.