Let us imagine a hypothetical towheaded Scandinavian boy born in the 5th century A.D. He is a simple villager cut off from any knowledge of Christ, yet he is as innocent as the driven snow. Let us imagine he receives a perfect picture of the Christian God in his dreams or at least as perfect a picture as one might receive without the rare understanding of the meaning of the many intricate and esoteric symbols that surround him.
Immediately this boy becomes devoted to him. Let us imagine this picture is perfect except for one detail, Christ’s name. The boy has received a different name with a different definitional or referential meaning. There can be no doubt, into the fiery pit this boy goes.
After all, it actually serves a vital purpose that Christianity insists that Jesus be referred to by his name, Jesus, Josué, Giosuè, Jesusa or whatever its regional equivalents. It is also meaningful that he is “the Christ,” and that one is forced to have a specific name and title for this God. He cannot, for example, be referred to as Mohammad, Apollo, Apollyon, Jupiter or Beelzebub. One doesn’t need to be a Christian priest to have perceived this. This is JEM. The name itself is of ultimate significance.
By declaring allegiance to Jesus Christ, one not merely bows to Jesus, he bows, specifically, to a Jewish God of Jewish invention, given very specific symbolic meaning. The name Jesus is commonly understood to mean “Yahweh Saves.” The God Yahweh is a distinctively Jewish God among Elohim or Gods as becomes apparent early in Genesis. This study reveals that Judah is indicated as derived from this name and that ultimately Yahweh refers to Jewry as a collective. This study reveals Yahweh also as an antagonist to the Aryan figure of Adam from the beginning.
In fact the root for “saves” in the name Jesus, Yasha, יָשַׁע, may also mean “is victorious” or “avenges” in the Biblical Hebrew. Thus Jesus’ name also means, strikingly, “Yahweh avenges.” This Jewish God Yahweh is also equivalent to the fire God Vulcan, the Wine God Bacchus and The Reaper God Saturn, all with a fine grudge against the Aryan Celestial Gods, Jupiter, Mars and Apollo. Ultimately the name Jesus means “Jewry Avenges.” Could the purpose of Christianity have been more clear or more in our face?
The reader may argue at this point “well perhaps the name means merely ‘Yahweh Saves’ and it is this common sense of the word Yasha that is intended.” The truth of course is that the word means both and is used in both ways. That it is suggestive of vengeance is corroborated in at least two places. First it is suggested in the vengeful character of Yahweh as he appears in the Hebrew Bible. Take Nahum 1:2 for instance:
“Yahweh is a jealous and avenging God; Yahweh is avenging and full of wrath. Yahweh takes vengeance on His foes and reserves wrath for His enemies.”
This vengefulness is also corroborated in the figure of Joshua, also appearing in the Hebrew Bible. After all, the name Jesus is also a reference to Joshua in the Hebrew Bible. Here Jesus is understood as a contracted form of the name Joshua or rather they are the same name. Joshua, an assistant and prodigy of Moses, is a “kill-them-all” blood thirsty conqueror of Canaanite, Gentile lands. His cruelty and mercilessness is pronounced in that narrative where he does in fact frequently leave no survivors.
The title Christ, like the title Messiah means “the anointed,” and is a reference to Baptism. This study argues the name Moses is also an equivalent of the title Messiah and carries the same meaning. Hence Jesus Christ could be a reference both to Moses and Joshua. Regardless, Baptism and anointing is a reference to racial cuckoldry and the admixing of a Jewish man with an Aryan “Venus.”
Hence by the name Jesus Christ, the Aryan is forced to bow to the humiliating suggestion of racial domination implicit in that mythical figure. The name is designed specifically to humble or humiliate him. Hence it would be unacceptable for him to invent his own name, with a different meaning or derivation, for this God.
Each Christian speaks disparagingly of “nominal Christians” or Christians in “name only.” However, as it concerns the JEM, adopting the name and declaring allegiance to the name of the savior is by far the most important step. Arguably it is the only requisite step. We are obligated to be equally fastidious. Apollo, the Hyperborean, is The Aryan God.