It’s worth a moment to review the cannon of European fairytales and folklore. Here we find JEM (Jewish Esoteric Moralization) among some of the more important tales. For example, Snow White, a black-haired beauty, is likely intended a Jewess. Before her birth, her mother pricks her finger and the blood falls to the snow and […]Read More JEM in Fairy Tales and “European” Folklore
The term pagan should be retired so far as it hopes to describe any people or movement that have a will to power and an existential future. In its origin it refers to a “rustic.” Today it describes Christians insisting on the provincial lifestyle, huddled away from the Christianity-shattering ideas of the world as much […]Read More Understanding Polytheism and the useless term “Pagan”
In JEM (Jewish Esoteric Moralization) we will also encounter the repeated insinuation of seemingly startling historical claims. For instance, it will be suggested that leadership of the Frankish Empire was fundamentally Jewish, whether by blood or influence. It will also be suggested Robert the Bruce was a Jew whom started Scottish Rite Freemasonry, a fundamentally […]Read More Historical Crypto-Jews Identified in JEM and History as Propaganda
With Tragedies, of course, we especially speak of works with tragic endings. Doubtless, things are more “complex” with tragedies then they are with Epics. But with them we ask first: why? And if Tragedy is to persist as an Art form, to what end should it be used? The value of Tragedy is often said […]Read More The Real Birth of Tragedy
Again, one of the earliest evidences of Jewry is surely embodied in the Mesopotamian Moon God Nanna or Sin. Indeed Nanna or Sin, akin thematically to the Biblical figure of Shem, may well be considered a common mythical ancestor to all present-day Semites, including Jews. We see this esoteric presence clearly in Islam. For instance, […]Read More “Sin” as an Original Jewish God?
The Biblical JEM, as we will discuss, will reveal the Biblical figures of Dinah and Delilah as perhaps betters candidates than Queen Esther in describing the infiltrating, double-dealing Jewish honeypot. Dinah, the lone daughter of the homely Leah, is possibly indicated Jewish in the JEM. Yet even Dinah is not a descendent of Judah through […]Read More Delilah: the emasculating and circumcising Jewess
The symbol of the Star of David is generally posited by symbolists as an Earth symbol. One’s first instinct is to guess this characterization as correct. After all it is posited as a reference to Jews, a Chthonic people. However even a cursory understanding of the symbol renders it more complex. Here we understand that […]Read More Star of David, Power Rings, Crowns and Gold