Our Similarity to the Ancients

One problem in our inability to decipher the myths and parables of ancients arises from a false perception of dissimilarity. We tend to view the ancients and even relatively recent ancestors as a wholly distinct species. Instead, we should understand that our ancestors shared with us precisely our own concerns and psychological anxieties. These are concerns and anxieties rooted, at their base, in familial, tribal and racial competition, whether expressed through warfare, commerce, Art and Propaganda, or sex.

Indeed, this idea that a true understanding of fundamental subjects like race and psychology only appeared in modern history is absurd. The fact that these obvious things are now areas of study, fascination, and taboo reveals not that fundamentally new understandings are being obtained, but points to a kind of childish naivety which makes obvious things necessary subjects of study. Now one needs studies and tests to prove things about race, for instance, that are readily observable. Granted, these tests provide a refinement of understanding and allow one to “double-check” one’s sensory observations.

Fortunately, an understanding of and concern with important and empirically observable things has persisted through all of civilized history. People have always noticed the others around them. One has always noticed that they are various. One has also noticed that one is in racial and sexual competition with different types, however similar or dissimilar from oneself. This is the basis of a natural, “collectivist” tribalism.

Regarding psychology, man has always noticed that this or that type of person responds in this way or that way to given stimuli. Hence, naturally, enhancing the response of others to one’s communication becomes a study for those interested in power. Quickly he notices that routes to power must be disguised or sublimated, particularly if he is lacking power.

It is true, we have seen periods of slackening and rejuvenation, Babylonian declines, and Victorian periods, while a steady move has occurred among Aryans from a lupine intelligence to a canine sophistication. During the Christian and prior Saturnian periods, this is related to an encoded harvest cycle. Under the sway of chthonic religions like Christianity, Aryans rise like the seasonal Goddess Kore[1] but are, by JEM, given a finite period, before returning to the Semitic Pluto. This is true even if the motif is more often expressed through an active Semitic Dying-and-Rising God[2] and his return to the Aryan celestial Goddess. This motif, in any case, is more appropriate, as the Aryan, under Semitic religions, is feminine and reactive.

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It is true, we have seen periods of slackening and rejuvenation, Babylonian declines, and Victorian periods, while a steady move has occurred among Aryans from a lupine intelligence to a canine sophistication. During the Christian and prior Saturnian periods, this is related to an encoded harvest cycle. Under the sway of chthonic religions like Christianity, Aryans rise like the seasonal Goddess Kore but are, by JEM, given a finite period, before returning to the Semitic Pluto.

However, the nature or “character” of people has never changed, nor their concerns, as demonstrated by much cross-cultural research. Hence, it is mistaken to regard ancestors as “mysterious,” exotic and unknowable. By this notion, all of history, Art, Myth, Religion becomes a useless study. Rather, we may decipher their messages only because they are we. To decide otherwise, is to decide and ensure that every generation will be a generation of lost children. It is to be willfully ignorant.

Jews have retained this connection to their ancestry more easily because their mood has remained constant. They are perhaps unaffected by the memory-destroying cycles into which they have seduced others. In Christianity, for example, Jews succeed in severing a connection and memory to the Aryan ancestor Jupiter and the race he represented by inserting an inscrutable Jew in his place. By contrast, Roman religion kept people connected to their ancestral memories through Jupiter and other Gods. The Chieftain God erected there, likely in reaction to the encroaching Semitic God figures, like Saturn, was a symbol of the Aryan’s blood.

Christ, in contrast, is a symbol of Jewish blood, if also its admixture with Aryan blood, especially through the New Covenant and the Eucharist. We might guess that the earlier Dying-and-Rising cults from which Christ took his inspiration, which I assert as proto-Jewish, served also, in many cases, to destroy the memory of a competing Aryan God such as Zeus or Hadad/Ba’al.

Yet that Jews have fastidiously retained an understanding of REM, knowledgeably referencing Gods as far back as Sumer as either friendly or hostile, suggests they haven’t suffered such lapses in memory. This forgetfulness was induced by a Jewish God we will come to understand as a god of Sleep, Blinding, and Seasons.[3] All this remains true even if Sussmen may be deceived, for brief moments, that it is truly “love” between a visiting Semitic Adonis and an Aryan Venus. The consistency of this character, if not the character itself, is admirable and imitable.

History and historical cultures may only be evaluated by an intelligent extrapolation of observable present-day human behavior. For example, our review of JEM, which will include contrasting Biblical writings with contemporary JEM, decisively reveals a shared esoteric style, tone, voice, approach, and messaging, virtually unchanged by the passage of time. Where there is variance it is only a variance related to degree of sublimation.

Here, frequently, the survival of the most subversive and antagonistic instances of JEM has relied on the false appearance of innocuousness and even, as is especially the case with Christianity, perfect benevolence. Yet, as we will discover, the Freudian Jew was not invented by Freud. Quite the contrary. Since he first appeared in Sumer as the legendary Sargon of Akkad, Dumuzid, or Nanna, he has remained unchanged. This is seen especially in the striking similarity of symbols and cults since Sumer (which may only be understood as proto-Jewish), and the striking acknowledgement of them in later proto-Jewish cults as well as Judaism itself. Rather, Freud appeared merely to remind Jews of who they have always been.

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Here, frequently, the survival of the most subversive and antagonistic instances of JEM has relied on the false appearance of innocuousness and even, as is especially the case with Christianity, perfect benevolence. Yet, as we will discover, the Freudian Jew was not invented by Freud. Quite the contrary. Since he first appeared in Sumer as the legendary Sargon of Akkad, Dumuzid, or Nanna, he has remained unchanged.

[1] Kore is another term for Greek goddess Persephone{Persephone}, Queen of the Underworld and wife of Hades. The tale of her abduction has been interpreted as representing her function as a goddess of fertility and vegetation, and her cult was central to the Eleusinian Mysteries.

[2] Modern scholars sometimes reject the usage of the term Dying-and-Rising God. I accept this helpful categorization as did Carl Jung and James George Frazer. It identifies important symbolic patterns appearing in myth where I suggest, for instance, earlier mythological figures are being consciously referenced in later developing myths. Indeed, rejection of this term lends obfuscation and not light to the understanding of Mythology, perhaps in some instances deliberately. People who consider themselves “race realists” should immediately understand the problems here as it concerns academia on such ultimately “dangerous topics.” Here, as there, the danger is with “pattern recognition.” The Dying-and-Rising thesis certainly is challenging to the Cult of Christianity as a Religion describing original or actual events. Yet it is also one of the innovations, ultimately, that now allows JEM to become coherent to us.

[3] The Semitic God Mercury might also be understood as a god of sleep, whose Caduceus has soporific effects. The blinding of racial competitors is a recurring theme in JEM, ancient and contemporary. The proto-Jewish God Saturn was a god of Seasons and Time.

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