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Creativity Movement (U.S.)

World Church of the Creator

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[WCOTC flag] image by António Martins-Tuválkin and Tomislav Todorovic, 29 January 2014



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Introduction

A large neo-nazi organization in the USA is World Church of the Creator (WCOTC). There seems to be several variations of this flag. Some use a white halo and some use white instead of red in the crown. A few notes on the symbolism:

  • W - the White race
  • Crown - the White race as being "aristocratic"
  • Halo - the White race as being "sacred"
  • Red - the blood of the struggle (to advance the white race)
  • White triangle - the "whiter and brighter world" that will be the result of their struggle
(These guys are crazy!)
Marcus Wendel, 13 August 1999


World Church of the Creator, which now uses the name Creativity Movement, is a religious cult which worships the white race - the "creator" from its name - while denying the existence of God, afterlife and all the supernatural phenomena. There is also a rival organization following the same ideas, named Creativity Alliance, which uses the same flag.

Sources:
1. Wikipedia page about the World Church of the Creator and Creativity Alliance
2. Institute for the Study of Violent Groups website - page about the Creativity Movement
3. Flathead Beacon website
4. Billings Gazette website
5. Photo of a Creativity Movement flag
6. Photo of a Creativity Movement flag
7. Photo of a Creativity Movement flag
Tomislav Todorovic, 29 January 2014


Variants

No photos found on the Web show a swallow-tailed flag, and the description itself mentions a white triangle (which is placed at the fly). Also, no photos show gray/silver halo.

Two variants of the flag both use white jewels in the crown, one of them using golden halo, and the other a white one, which is fimbriated black.

[WCOTC flag]
A variant with golden halo and white jewels
image by António Martins-Tuválkin and Tomislav Todorovic, 29 January 2014

[WCOTC flag]
A variant with white halo and white jewels
image by António Martins-Tuválkin and Tomislav Todorovic, 29 January 2014

[WCOTC flag] image by António Martins-Tuválkin and Tomislav Todorovic, 29 January 2014
Another variant uses both halo and jewels in gold, the halo being fimbriated black.

The flags may have vertical variants, and a narrow black border (not mentioned in the explanation of charges) may sometimes be put around the white disc.
Tomislav Todorovic, 29 January 2014