Let us finally understand the meaning of the Crucifixion. In the wood or tree of the cross we have, as this study explicates, the Aryan “stock,” Aryan “tree” or Tree of Life. In Christ we have the Jewish “Blood” and Jewish Vine. The Hebrew supports my contention that the crucifixion is a symbol of admixture.
Hitz’tal’vut, הִצטַלְבוּת, means “intersection,” “cross” and “crucifixion.” We are reminded of the liminal Semitic gods of “crossways” such as Mercury and Trivia. This word and its meanings are suggestive perhaps but hatz’lavah, הַצלָבָה is explicit. Strikingly it means “crucifixion” and “crossbreeding.” This is the “Salvation of Christ.” In the crucifixion, we have the metaphorical sexual union of the Jewish man, The True Vine and the Aryan woman, right in front of the benighted eyes of Aryan men.
Suddenly we understand the “Pharisees” eagerness to crucify and Pilate’s confused ambivalence. Likewise, we understand Judas’ betrayal. Let’s remember that Judas means simply Judea or Jew. The sale of Christ by Judas is a repetition of The sale of Joseph by Judah in Genesis, yet with Christ, Judas “sells” a fellow Jew, even Jewry itself. It is Judah the vintner selling the wine.
Hence, not merely do “Aryan” Christians worship a Jewish God, particularly through the symbol of the cross, they worship their own cuckoldry at his hands. They are the dopey, cuckolded husbands who never guessed. Here one finally understands the Jewish sense of humor. It is intimately tied to their hatred and jealousy of Aryans and their lust for their women. For two millennia, this spectacular joke never got old. Now one can’t but help but also laugh at those still clinging to these insulting symbols.
Indeed, the Wood of the Cross or Tree of Life itself may even be understood as an esoteric reference to Adonis’ mother Myrrha who was turned into a tree before giving birth to Adonis. Myrrha, again, is best understood as a cover name or symbolic synonym for Adonis’ Aryan Lover Venus. Here, nails driven through Christ into wood suggests penetrative intercourse as well as the infusion of blood from a Semitic source into an Aryan stock.
The curiously named “Spear of Longinus” especially suggests intercourse. This spear was supposedly named for the contrite, fictional Roman who pierced the savior’s side. It is almost certainly related to the Latin word for long, longus. No official etymology is given or known except it was, ostensibly, the name of a Roman soldier. A dirty joke, along the line of Monty Python’s “Biggus Dickus,” is perceived.
That the pentagram came to represent the Five Wounds of Christ during the Christian period is also a clue. It is obviously referencing an earlier symbolism. Formerly it represented Venus and Ishtar “the evening Star” to which it is a clear reference. Revelation tells us that Christ descends from David and “the evening star.”
Obviously this is a reference to the Semitic Rising and Dying Cults that provided the model for Christianity. In any case, clearly the Five Wounds of Christ represented by the pentagram is a reference to “sexual union” with “the evening star” or the Aryan Venus/Ishtar. Hence the Crucifixion should be understood as a Symbolic Synonym of Baptism and the Eucharist. Here the metaphor only is different but the meaning, ubiquitous in Jewish metaphors, identical.
Indeed, the word “Christ,” which we know is related to baptism and “anointing,” has been abbreviated in English as X for at least the past thousand years, long before its appearance in modern forms. We think, for example, of “Xmas” for Christmas. As far back as 1021, “Christ” was written as “Xρ” or “Xt.” This iconography as a reference to Christ is still seen saliently in Eastern Orthodox traditions.
The X is ultimately derived from the Greek letter Chi or X as appears in the Greek name for Christ or Christos, Χριστος. Though, given the layers we find with the Holy Name Mary, we wonder if the name of Christ was developed or used, in part, because of the Chi’s similarity to a crucifix.
Now that we have identified Christianity as a sublimated form of the Bacchus cult, it’s fair to wonder now if it the X designating pornography or the X designation that once marked casks of beer, does not also, ultimately, find its origin in, Χριστος. In other words, it’s fair to wonder if Xs used in this context are a reference to Christianity and, in this way, developed as a type of JEM.
To wit, the X indicates: alcohol and alcoholism is for Christians, whoredom or sexual accessibility for Christians as well. Given the historical dominance of Jews in the sale of alcohol, prostitution, pornography and degeneracy more broadly, it does not seem a stretch to believe these symbols developed consciously and in a symbolically literate manner.
In the examples of both pornography and alcohol, the X is often thought to originate from the Roman numeral signifying ten, which marked casks of strong beer sold at or above ten shillings. Nevertheless, like the X marking casks of beer, it must be understood as related to the Christian cross, even if only on a Jungian level. But then too we are left to wonder, if we find another reference in this name Χριστο which may itself been a reference to Roman Numeral X. This would not be the first time we discover a “layered symbol” in JEM.
Ten, we remember, is the number of sefirah on the Kabbalistic Tree of Life. The Kabbalistic Tree of Life a synonym of the cross also known as the Tree of Life. Ten is, again, by my estimation, a number signifying multiplicity, the dividing of the Aryan monad or “Sophia” into multiple cults.
Also connected to the symbol of the X, as discussed, as signature on a document, as pseudonym for a last name, is the sense of a missing identity, the formless golem. The X is a mark used to indicate the concept of negation. This should also be connected to the synonymous symbol of the cross, and the deracinating creed of Christianity. The cross, the X, destroys our identity. We are not Christian, we are Apollonian.
 “Biggus Dickus” was a Roman legate in the 1979 Monty Python film, “Life of Brian.”
 Revelation 22:16
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I immensely enjoyed this article and it shown a light onto the crucifixion story, tying loose ends that I could not until now figure out. Thank you so much.
BTW, I couldn’t help notice you are familiar with the ‘Kabbalistic Tree of Life’. I haven’t finished reading all of your articles on this blog but I am curious if there’s a way to come up with or make sense of an Apollonian Tree of Life, or is one even needed?
I look forward to learning more from you and your work.
The tree is a reference to Aryan stock. It should be considered a female element to be protected and grown by the male, Aryan solar element.