The Triple Goddess in contemporary JEM: Trinity in the Matrix

Perhaps one of the more salient and obvious references to the Triple Goddess as a phenomenon identifying the Aryan woman becoming Jewess appears in the Matrix series. There we find the female figure Trinity, played by actress Carrie-Ann Moss. This helps us understand the concept of the Triple Goddess.

Here the reference to the number three in the name Trinity is, again, a reference to sexual interaction between Aryan and Jewish figures. Here Neo (Keanu Reeves), whose alias is Thomas Anderson, is a Jew. Naming convention establishes it. The name Thomas is a Jewish identifier as this study explicates, and Anderson means “Son of Man.” This, again, is a Biblical reference used to identify Jews as world inheritors as well as “second born” vis-à-vis Aryans. This will also be explicated.

Trinity, in contrast, represents the Aryan woman becoming Jewess. The “red pill” here, Alt Righters will be pleased to learn, symbolizes unequivocally the Semitic/Aryan admixture. This “color symbolism” is a point that this study explicates. In Matrix Reloaded, Neo and Trinity ceremoniously copulate in the conspicuously named underworld city of Zion. Outside the mating chamber, a torch lit, Bacchanal, sacralized by haunting ethereal music and slow motion photography sets the “Religious” mood. The throng is racially mixed; third world. This, as we will learn, is entirely consistent with the definition of “Zion,” in Jewish symbolism.

At the end of the Matrix series, Trinity will die defending Zion. However, the fate of Neo, a male Jewish Adonis-Christ figure, ostensibly dying as well, is rosier. A coming resurrection is certain. The prophetic figure, the Oracle, when asked if Neo will return, responds “I suspect so. Someday.” Hence Trivia is indicated, esoterically, as expendable, a mere medium through which the Rising and Dying, Jewish “God man” is continued.

The Jewish esotericist Wachowski siblings, working under producer Joel Silver, also reference the Semitic Proserpina. In Matrix Reloaded, Neo will encounter Persephone, the Greek equivalent of Proserpina in “club Hel.” Tellingly, and doubtlessly deliberately, the dark brunet Monica Bellucci is cast in the role, indicating her as a Semitized or Semitic figure. In the film, Neo ­reluctantly kisses the sexually aggressive Persephone as a condition for her needed assistance. As it turns out, Persephone’s relationship with “the Merovingian” (played by actor Lambert Wilson), an obvious stand in for the Semitic Pluto, is a sexless marriage. Hence she is rejected by two Semitic figures.

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The Jewish esotericist Wachowski siblings, working under producer Joel Silver, also reference the Semitic Proserpina. In Matrix Reloaded, Neo will encounter Persephone, the Greek equivalent of Proserpina in “club Hel.” Tellingly, and doubtlessly deliberately, the dark brunet Monica Bellucci is cast in the role, indicating her as a Semitized or Semitic figure. In the film, Neo ­reluctantly kisses the sexually aggressive Persephone as a condition for her needed assistance. As it turns out, Persephone’s relationship with “the Merovingian” (played by actor Lambert Wilson), an obvious stand in for the Semitic Pluto, is a sexless marriage. Hence she is rejected by two Semitic figures.

Indeed, underlying the Adonis Myth in general, with the Semitic Adonis’ love of the Aryan Venus, appears the notion that the more attractive race of Aryans, in a “multicultural setting” by itself, is rupturing to restless, sexually envious, unsatisfied non-white races, who, in turn, instinctively seek to disrupt Aryan unions. We must assume Semitic polygamy is born first of this racial phenomenon and second as a fossilizing condition of mere individual sexual competition, where Semites or non-whites generally live largely isolated. Incidentally “the Merovingian” is a reference to the esoteric Jewish idea that the ruling nobility of a Frankish Europe were essentially Jewish. This is also explicated in this study.

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