Wotan Klan

Im Tempel Der Zweieinheit (1914) by Fidus (Hugo Höppener). Fidus was deeply involved in the naturism, vegetarianism, bio dynamics, ecology and the “back-to-the-land” movement, which inspired the later Blut und Boden (Blood and Soil) movement. The works of Fidus was most often inspired by anthroposophy, ariosophy, theosophy and pre-Christian (primarily Germanic) religions. Even though he was a successful artist, doing tons of works for large companies and magazines, he died a very poor man after WWII - changing his hand painted postcards for food. High-res

Im Tempel Der Zweieinheit (1914) by Fidus (Hugo Höppener). Fidus was deeply involved in the naturism, vegetarianism, bio dynamics, ecology and the “back-to-the-land” movement, which inspired the later Blut und Boden (Blood and Soil) movement. The works of Fidus was most often inspired by anthroposophy, ariosophy, theosophy and pre-Christian (primarily Germanic) religions. Even though he was a successful artist, doing tons of works for large companies and magazines, he died a very poor man after WWII - changing his hand painted postcards for food.