Red herrings in Leviticus and Moloch as example of Jewish “Projection”

It is perhaps in Leviticus, one of the dreariest of the Hebrew books, where the metaphor of Aryans as livestock and sacrificial livestock becomes most salient. On its face, Leviticus appears to be, for the most part, merely instructions for the “arbitrary” and sometimes barbaric rituals, allowances and prohibitions of an ancient, superstitious and backward […]

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CEP: Conscious Ethnic Projection in Jewish Religion, Art, Politics and Life

The phenomena of psychological projection among Jews, occurring on a Religious/ethnic level, is an obvious idea that someone with any familiarity with the behavior of Jews will understand.  It appears in race politics with Jews constantly reminding Aryans how racist, manipulative, materially or sexually jealous, power hungry or avaricious they are. It appear as well […]

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Jewish notions of “Cleanliness” and “Holiness:” The Aryan as “Discharge” and “Leprosy” made clean by admixture

In Leviticus we find the Hebrew word tame, טָמֵא, meaning “uncleanliness.” Through the metaphors of Leviticus, tame appears to describe an “uncleanness” of a “moral” type.  Typically it is understood as describing something or someone that is “ritually impure.”  This, I will posit, is a meaning much closer to a contemporary Jewish understanding of what […]

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