The Mutability of Immutable Deities

Our view of the deities as they have arrived to us is mixed. This is due, ostensibly, to a degradation or Semitization of these figures by their passage through human hands. It is useful to state here, that the development of Gods and Goddess is, of course, in its origin, obscure. Indeed, to state that this or that God or Goddess might be Semitized and degraded is, theoretically, to assume that they began as Aryan inventions.

Yet as I’ve stated, it seems very likely that Religion and Myth in its sophisticated form was a Semitic development, developed to gain advantage against and genetic access to a dominating Aryan group. Indeed, it is even possible it started as a Semitic veneration of a ruling Aryan tribe. Then, gradually, as resentment grew, through subtle, careful steps it became antagonistic. Then again, possibly the Gods and heroes that inhabit myth were developed cynically from the beginning as appealing, flattering models to lead the Aryan, through gradual steps, into the underworld.

Here, again, we assume the Aryan adoption of Myth and Religion in its sophisticated form was reactionary, as a defensive mechanism, wherever this defensive reaction, in fact, developed. With Apolloism, a development still referenced and feared in JEM today, it was formidably sophisticated. This is true likewise with the salubrious manifestations of the Mars and Jupiter cults. In earlier periods, the cult of the Amorite Aryan God Ba’al/Hadad, for example, appears to have developed similarly, if ultimately less successfully.

Thus whether it was first a Semite or an Aryan who invented the God Apollo, for example, in an Indo-European tongue or otherwise, is unknowable and ultimately of no consequence.  Indeed, one compelling thesis asserted by the German linguist Paul Kretschmer was that the Pelasgians were responsible for the import of the myths concerning Apollo and the Olympians among the Greeks.  Here it is suggested the origin is Anatolian or Levantine.  This study suggests the Pelasgians as a proto-Jewish group.

What does seem clear though is that through the whole of mythology, continued through contemporary JEM, these gods and goddess describe racial types. Hence this alone is the relevant understanding. The racial makeup of a God’s human creator is of less consequence than that God’s “definitional meaning.”  Here the God becomes first and foremost a word or a symbol with a definition. Here the question is always, “What does the God represent?”

To the extent that the type is a Goddess or female, the Semitic instinct is to make her a “sacred prostitute”— a promiscuous figure whose promiscuity is “natural”, moral or innocent— and in love with a Semitic God such as Adonis or Orion. It is by this method the Semite creates a model whereby genetic access to the Aryan gene, to abscond or destroy, becomes possible. The Aryan instinct, on the other hand, is to make her chaste, discerning and virtuous, so as to implicitly defend her from such incursions.

Here we should be clear. While symbols remain static in meaning, including deities — i.e. this deity represents an Aryan, this one a Semite or Jew— these deities are also puppets in an artist or myth-maker’s hands. While the gods are immutable in race, they are mutable in virtue, conduct and victoriousness. The latter is determined by the virtue of the artist or Myth maker or, indeed, he who permits or promotes the dissemination of this or that myth. Aryans should not fear creativity here. Jews certainly do not. Indeed, the gravest error is becoming dogmatic or “faithful” to some earlier Semitic slander. Here one recognizes slander when he encounters it. Here one trusts their healthy instincts above all else.

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While symbols remain static in meaning, including deities — i.e. this deity represents an Aryan, this one a Semite or Jew— these deities are also puppets in an artist or myth-maker’s hands. While the gods are immutable in race, they are mutable in virtue, conduct and victoriousness. The latter is determined by the virtue of the artist or Myth maker or, indeed, he who permits or promotes the dissemination of this or that myth. Aryans should not fear creativity here. Jews certainly do not. Indeed, the gravest error is becoming dogmatic or “faithful” to some earlier Semitic slander. Here one recognizes slander when he encounters it. Here one trusts their healthy instincts above all else.

For example, the Semite or the Semitized artist may cast Juno as a shrew, Jupiter as a philanderer, Apollo as cuckolded or even homosexual, Diana as his nocturnal “rival,” Mars as a bloodthirsty brute and Venus as a whore or a “good, down to earth person” who fancies especially the Semitic Adonis. Jews or proto-Jews have developed the Aryan Venus like this, wistfully, in all their cults from Tammuz to Osiris to Adonis to Dionysus to Christ.

Tikkun olam and the destruction of idols, one must understand, starts subtly. Again, perhaps it begins with the creation of the idols and Gods themselves, as models through which to direct, as voodoo dolls to gradually torment. If one cannot yet outright kill and plunder a God or race, he profanes him, humiliates him, but only within the boundaries he perceives he is allowed, while even pretending to honor him. He continues this until he may kill him, openly, imperiously, mockingly. He does this until he himself is suddenly, abruptly and brutally thrown down, locked in the pits of Tartarus for all of eternity.

Regardless, the deities as symbols have decadent and ascendant forms. One might argue the same of Christ. Yet the Gospels are of a piece, “Holy writ.” One is forbidden from changing a line whether Galatians 3:28 [1] or otherwise. Rather he must ingest the work whole, poison along with whatever is healthy, to the extent the latter appears. But even if the shuddering Christian Aryan had the temerity or creative life instinct to reinvent Christ as the hero slaying the serpent, Christ remains, to the end, a Jew. Again, the meaning of a God is definitional.

We will recreate the Aryan Gods in their ascendant and sacred forms, whether through heroes that are references to them or through depictions of the gods themselves. This alone is AIM.

 

 

[1] “There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”

 

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