Though the movement technically spans the political spectrum, there is a trend to accumulate followers on the political far right - including white supremacists.
There are specific subsets of the religion that adhere to such extremist and discriminatory beliefs, such as "Wotansvolk", which is categorized by its white nationalism and ethnocentric belief system.
He claims that his interest in photography started from his battle with depression, as a way of coping and finding an outlet for the sadness.
He is a passionate and emotive photographer, and he claims that his journey to grapple with his own mental health contributed to his exploration of the art form.
Though occasionally ducking out of the limelight - for example, both boys completed undergraduate degrees (in video game design and archaeology respectively, both from NYU, both with honors) - the brothers are back in action on the small and silver screens, with Cole starring as Jughead in the Netflix (to be released this year).
It's generally thought that the two brothers side-stepped the common curse of the child star - whether it's rebelling against Hollywood, turning to partying or substances, or a brush with the law.
co-star, Cole Sprouse dated non-celeb Bree Morgan, a fellow New York University student he met during his studies there.
Perhaps because of the fame factor - it's clear Sprouse is rising star, and attempts of having a "normal" life are no longer in the question. Sprouse himself has apparently thrown some shade Morgan's way, once captioning a picture of a broom on his Instagram with, "Hope you had fun burning the only bridge in town.
Like many actors, it seems the slightly younger Sprouse sibling is falling into the familiar trap of dating your co-star.
To make matters more complex, it appears Cole is dating Lili Reinhart, who portrays Betty on , and whom Sprouse's character, Jughead, is currently dating on-screen.
Sprouse admits to some destructive habits when dealing with depression, but claims the photography has done a lot to help heal him and bring him to terms with the illness - and it's good he has, because his work is really inspiring.
He keeps an Instagram account of his pictures that can be found here.