The Artgemeinschaft Germanic Faith Community (Artgemeinschaft Germanische Glaubens-Gemeinschaft; abbreviated AG GGG) is a German Neopagan and Neo-Nazi organization founded in 1951 by Wilhelm Kusserow, a former member of the SS. In 1983, it merged with the Nordungen (founded 1924). From 1989 to 2009, it was headed by Jürgen Rieger.
Artgemeinschaft mixes far-right ideology with Nordic and Teutonic religions such as Ásatrú, but also elements of atheism. In the 1960s some theosophic and so called ariosophic aspects were added. The weltanschauung of the party is xenophobic and antisemitic. A belief of the party is Artgemeinschaft (loosely translated as "racial community"), a basic tenets of which is the Artglaube ("racial belief").
In contrast to other pagan organisations, neither Guido von List nor Lanz von Liebenfels plays any role. Important in their beliefs are theses by Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, Eduard v. Hartmann and Feuerbach in order to attack Christian moral and to replace it with a pagan one. According to Fromm, belief in Gods is not an important momentum for the Artgemeinschaft.
Membership and media
Membership is regulated according to racial criteria; only "northern born" people may become members. The members belong to different currents of the far-right, from militant neo-fascists to representatives of the Neue Rechte (New Right). The AG GGG publishes the völkisch Nordische Zeitung.