The Underworld as non-Aryan, “Sacred Prostitution” and Jewess as “Trivia”

In the contemporary JEM Jewish Esotericists use forms of the name Katherine to identify Jewesses. In comic books, the explicitly Jewish X-man Kitty Pryde, Daredevil’s love interest Karen Page and Tony Stark’s less well known love interest Kathleen Dare are three examples.[1] The reason for this is because Katherine is often thought to be derived […]

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Church as reference to Circe

It seems very likely we find this conception of the Christian Church as a woman or “wife” of the Jewish God in its very name. Church is said to come from the Old English Cirice. Cirice is believed to come from the proto-Germanic Kirkia which etymologists suspect descends from the Greek kyriakon doma meaning “Lord’s house” and […]

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The Micro-aggressing “Evil Eye,” the Hamsa, the “mark” and the third eye

In the ancient world, the phallus, as a broader symbol, was believed to contain apotropaic magic capable of deflecting the harmful effects of the so-called “evil eye.” The “evil eye” was typically understood as the cursing or condemning stare of an adversarial sorcerer, woman or person. Here the cursory assessment imagines that since the phallus […]

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The Bride Gathering Cult Part I: A primary purpose and theme of J.E.M

Judaism is what we will term a Semitic Bride Gathering Cult.  To be clear, it is not the only one.  Islam in particular, and even Semites practicing Christianity or “Multiculturalism,” with access to degenerate or undefended Aryan populations qualify as well. Of course with Islam, this Bride Gathering Cult exists in its rudest and most […]

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