We find insight into the figure of the Jewess in the Hebrew Bible. There we find the character Judith. Judith or Yehudit, יְהוּדִית, means ‘woman of Judea’.” In Hebrew Yehudit, יְהוּדִית, also translates as “Judith” and “Jewish.” Her name is the feminine form of Judah by which the name Judea is derived. It is also a synonym for Jewess. Since we know that the figures of the Bible are parabolic inventions, we understand her name inserted here to make a point. Again, names, through all periods of JEM are significant.
Here it is important to estimate the identity of Judith. Her most striking trait, especially as compared to the exalted and central Judah, is her utter insignificance. Judith appears in only two lines in Genesis as a wife of Esau. This is interesting. Esau is understood as an epitomic Aryan figure contrasted with his brother Jacob as this study discusses. Jacob, on the other hand, is effectively a proto-Jew through whom the line of Judah will appear. Renamed in Genesis as Israel, he becomes, effectively, a non-Jewish figure. He receives deeper treatment elsewhere in our study.
Indeed, the Judith of Genesis, a Hittite, might herself be understood as Aryan. In history, the Hittites are understood as an Aryan group speaking an Indo-European tongue. In the Hebrew Bible however they are curiously indicated as descended from Ham through Canaan. The descendants of Ham are understood as having populated Africa as well as adjoining parts of Asia.
Indeed, it has been frequently speculated that the name Ham is related to Hebrew words for “burnt”, “black” or “hot.” The Hebrew word for Ham, חָם, means “hot.” Regardless, an interpretative tradition holds that non-Whites, including Negroes, are understood as deriving from Ham excepting Semites who are understood as derived from Shem. Yet whether Ham is understood as fathering what we know today as Africans, does not, of course, omit the possibility he also fathered fairer groups. Indeed, it is the descendants of Ham that are understood as the founders of Egypt and the Assyrian cities of Nineveh and Calah.
The Canaanite themselves are understood as being partially derived from the mythical “Watchers” and Nephilim. With the “Watchers” and the Nephilim, a race of Angels and near giants based on Mesopotamian Gods, clearly the JEM is describing Aryans. Hence to the extent that Canaan might be understood as deriving in part from a darker race —an uncertain proposition— they are understood as led by Nephilim descended nobility or chieftains, to wit Aryans.
Here it should be made clear such lineages should be taken with far more than a grain of salt particularly as it concerns individual Biblical figures. The parabolic nature of Biblical writings often puts members of two different races in the same family, as we see with Esau and Jacob, both ostensibly descended from Shem and Eber, yet clearly depicting an Aryan and Semitic contrast. Likewise, as the entirely parabolic Biblical generations feature ostensibly proto-Jewish figures fathering Aryans or vice versa, the same might be applied to Ham to the extent we understand him as non-White. This is a topic that is further explicated in this study.
In any case, the Hittites are consistently depicted as friendly with the tribe of Judah. Indeed, perhaps the most relevant aspect of Judith being a Hittite or Canaanite-descended is this passage in Genesis. “Cursed be Canaan; a servant of servants shall he be unto his brethren. And he said, Blessed be the LORD God of Shem; and Canaan shall be his servant.” Thus Judith, the “woman of Judea” or “Jewess” is depicted in the Bible as certainly a non-Jew, likely an Aryan and beneath the tribe of Shem.
Indeed, if this is the case, it would seem, expressed in the Biblical personage and name Judith, a Jewish esoteric claim of ownership over Aryan women. In other words, Jews don’t have their own women per se, on the other hand, the wives of Aryans, including the wife of the epitomic Aryan Esau, are “Jewesses.”
To wit, women are a material to be obtained among Aryans, like money, by which the Jewish men are continued. Rabbinic sources do identify Esau’s wife Judith as an adulterer. Woody Allen, who uses names very consciously and carefully in the film Mighty Aphrodite, appears also to indicate Judith an Aryan or non-Jew when he gives Mira Sorvino the porn name “Judy Cum.” This film is a revealing “Rosetta stone” the broader study reviews.
However even if the Judith in Genesis is intended a Jewess, by her name, either way the depiction is unflattering. Again, Genesis devotes two lines to her. The second one indicates she caused grief and suffering to Esau’s parents. Here again her name is suggestive. Judith, יהודית/יְהוּדִית, also means “Jewish conflict” in the Modern Hebrew.
This is consistent with the contemporary JEM we will review which often indicates Jewesses problematic when paired with Aryan men or in general. Indeed, we will encounter cases of JEM, particularly in the comic book myths, where Jewesses are likened to destructive drugs, vampires and poison. There they appear understood as weapons to be injected into an Aryan foe. The Goddess Hecate or Trivia, a Guide to the Underworld, becomes the epitomic figure, as this study discusses.
The appearance of a Judith in the apocryphal Book of Judith, there understood as a particularly beautiful woman, may add another dimension to this name. Again, beauty correlates positively with Aryanness in the JEM. Here we assume, because the consistent emphasis Jewish Esotericists place on naming, that Judith is, in both fables, the same character or deity, even if ostensibly “different people.”
In the book of Judith, Judith is depicted as sleeping with, deceiving and decapitating the Babylonian general Holofernes, an enemy of Israel and more importantly Judah. In some sense she’s an even more treacherous version of Queen Esther, whom manages merely to turn Xerxes against his own racial kin so as to benefit Jews.
Hence we see not merely Aryan women or women in general being regarded as the “women of Judea” but also as weapons by which Jewish men might attack the adversaries of Jews. Unsurprisingly, the Judith, in the Book of Judith, is understood as dying alone. The Goddess Trivia too, a figure this book will explore, is often understood as a solitary figure. The famous “Jewish” Queen Esther and Samson’s lover Delilah appears to continue these themes of Aryan women, Jewish women or women in general as instruments used to influence, corrupt, weaken or destroy impediments to Jewish domination.
 Genesis 26:34-26:35
 Genesis 9:25. Emphasis by author.