Proto-Jewish Gods & the Meaning of Parentage in Myth

By my deductions, and as corroborated by the JEM, the proto-Jewish Gods and Titans’ of the Greco-Roman pantheon include most saliently, though far from exclusively, Saturn, Atlas, Vulcan, Adonis, Pluto, Bacchus, Mercury and, yes, Prometheus “the father of men.” Here in the Greco-Roman Myth system, we understand the distinction between Celestial God[1] and mortal is likewise a distinction between purer, Nordic “Hyperborean” elements and Semitic autochthonous elements, respectively. Here we can understand ourselves not of the class of mortals but as a ruling collective embodied especially in the figure of Apollo.

In my analysis, the parentage of a God, particularly if that God is understood as in rebellion against his father, is often better understood as rulership or dominion as opposed to genetic relatedness. In other words, when Caelus rules Saturn, Caelus is an Aryan king and Saturn a Jewish usurper. When Saturn rules Jupiter, Jupiter represents the displaced Aryan nobility, whether having connections to previous nobilities or being something akin to Francis Parker Yockey’s “culture bearing stratum.”[2] Those are the important examples. The distinction between Father and Son here is metaphorical and akin to Polybius’ Kyklos where democracy is understood as “fathering” aristocracy, aristocracy “fathering” monarchy and so forth.

Likewise, in the Greco-Roman system, between Saturn and Caelus and between Saturn and Jupiter, the topic is religious, political, and cultural “parenthood.” Again, typically a deity’s association with elements, such as sky, earth, fire, water or sea, provides the greatest insight into their racial identity. For instance, we understand that Aryan tribes have always demonstrated the worship of a Sky Father as a defining trait.

In this analysis, Caelus’ castration by Saturn is linked to the “liberation of women.” We see this especially in the appearance of a sensual, decadent Venus literally born from Caelus’ castration. At this moment, she goes from the chaste and noble Aphrodite Urania or “Aphrodite the heavenly” to Aphrodite Pandemos or “Aphrodite for all the people.” It’s related to the distinction we may make between a pre-abducted Aryan Kore (“the maiden”) and a Semitized, Prospenia, wife of the Semitic Pluto. Kore, who was abducted by Pluto while picking flowers, readers will be interested to know, is doubtlessly the Jungian inspiration of “women in wheat fields” as well as the correct term for this figure.[3] She is also the well-worn trope of the “Farmer’s Daughter” whereas Pluto “The Peddler.”

Whereas the Greeks would marry Aphrodite with the Semitic Hephaestus and link her with paramours ranging from the Aryan Ares to the Semitic Hermes, Dionysus and Adonis, the Romans, it would seem, would make an effort to redeem and dignify her. There she is contrasted and paired with the masculinized Aryan Mars. This is many times more salubrious. After all, she also represents the feminine woman, an ideal breeding stock in stable conditions if also vulnerable in decadent ones.

We likewise see born from Saturn’s “castration of Aryan patriarchy,” “proto-feminists” in the figures of the Furies. Importantly, whereas the beautiful Venus may be understood as an Aryan figure, the Chthonic Furies are better understood as Semitic. In fact, that they are three in number, like the Moirai or Fates, by itself, suggests them as Semitized in the numerology. Perhaps Caelus can be understood as something equivalent to the more recently displaced “Germanized” Christian God, the “Odinic”, Christian-in-name-only European God. Here, rigidity, orderliness, revealed also brittleness.

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We likewise see born from Saturn’s “castration of Aryan patriarchy,” “proto-feminists” in the figures of the Furies. Importantly, whereas the beautiful Venus may be understood as an Aryan figure, the Chthonic Furies are better understood as Semitic. In fact, that they are three in number, like the Moirai or Fates, by itself, suggests them as Semitized in the numerology.

 

 

[1] This includes especially Jupiter, Caelus and Apollo.

[2] Yockey asserted that every culture possessed a “culture bearing stratum” that was not demarcated by class, wealth or official nobility, yet was responsible for the development of high culture. Hence elements arising from “anywhere” within a culture might take on a restorative role. He indicates this stratum as spiritual as opposed to “heritage”-based. Yet within the context of his work, a requisite racial component, if not the very purest, is implied. After all Imperium was dedicated to Adolph Hitler. Yockey’s effort to “spiritualize” race is understood by this author as an attempted sacralization or GEM. Yockey, Francis Parker, Imperium (London: Jones & Dale, 1948), p. 325.

[3] “Women in wheat fields” was a largely derisive expression that became popular in white nationalist circles in the 2010s to describe the appearance of beautiful Aryan women in propaganda imagery frolicking in wheat fields.

2 thoughts on “Proto-Jewish Gods & the Meaning of Parentage in Myth

  1. I must say I’m astonished brahman, how the hell did you figure all this stuff out? You clearly have accurately interpreted the majority of man’s myths…. but how did you learn all this esotericism? Most have never heard of it

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    1. I appreciate that man. I just studied the hell out of mythology then sort of stumbled into the analysis of contemporary Jewish art. In relatively short order it dawned on me that their sophistication with symbols and myth was high. It ended up corroborating conclusions I had arrived at on my own as well as deepening my symbol understanding.

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