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 from kyrios meaning “ruler, lord.” Yet the Latin Circe and the Greek Kirke is plainly more similar. Metaphorically as well —again, something etymologists rarely consider— it makes sense. Of course, the diabolical meaning here would likewise throw good-hearted etymologists off the scent.
Nevertheless, consider the following: Circe was a sorceress encountered by Odysseus during his famous journey. She was known for ability to turn men into animals through the use of potions. She lived in a mansion in a dense forest in which roamed the victims of her sorcery, docile and drugged lions and wolves. Both are Aryan symbols, as we’ve discussed. Christianity, of course, as well, animalizes and pacifies its converts. We see this explicitly in the metaphor of the flock or sheep. Here the Aryan lion is, indeed, made a lamb.
Marx correctly described Christianity as an opiate. This is precisely the metaphor appearing in Circe myth. It’s astonishing to consider that Jewish Esotericists knew this from Christianity’s inception, and that Marx, in a manner, was merely letting an already escaping cat out of the bag. After all, one gains credibility by such a gesture. He then may sweeten lies with such “revealed truths.” In the Odyssey, to prevent Circe from magically taking his manhood, Odysseus has Circe swear by the names of the Gods that she will not. Hence in Circe, as in the Church, we perceive something “anti-pagan,” that is held at bay only by the names of the Gods, to wit, “paganism.”
George RR Martin seems to make the same identification with the figure of Cersei, which is acknowledged by Martin to be derived from Circe. In other words, Martin’s Cersei is indicated as representing the Church in a decadent Westeros or, of course, the West. Her conflict with her ostensibly wise Dwarf brother, Tyrion Lannister, doubtlessly depicts anti-Semitism in the Church. Tyrion comes ultimately from the Hebrew and means “of the rock.” This is a common Jewish identifier as this study explicates.
Martin’s suggestion on this matter is not irrelevant. Indeed Interpretatio Romana suggests that George R.R. Martin is consciously practicing JEM. His name and symbol use is simply too precise and, very obviously, his effort is to degrade and demoralize Aryan man. Very famously George R.R. Martin first learned of his Jewish heritage on a PBS’ celebrity genealogy show called “Finding Your Roots.” Whether George R. R. Martin is a crypto-Jew or, perhaps, less likely, a strange Judaized or Freemasonic man, is anyone’s guess and ultimately irrelevant. He is practicing JEM.