Golem and the Batman

by | Aug 20, 2021

 

The Batman

 

BATMAN’s creator was born in New York City to Herman and Augusta Kahn. Sounds rather suspicious, being born in New York City and all. The Wikipedia lists his parents as “Eastern European Jewish descent.” I knew it. Moving on, we then read that Robert Kahn, but you probably know him as Bob Kane, had a high school friend by the name of Will Eisner, who went on to become the future creator of Spirit. Surely, I thought, a Jew wouldn’t be listed as buddies with the goyim. Passing notes in class, are we Wiki? I checked. Eisner was a Joo.

After graduating from DeWitt Clinton, an all-boys high school in the Bronx, Kane studied at Cooper Union before joining the Max Fleischer Studio in 1934. This is the same Fleischer who is responsible for bringing such animated characters as Koko the Clown, Betty Boop, and Popeye to the silver screen. Fleischer was a Joo. Kane entered the comics field two years later, in 1936, freelancing original material to editor Jerry Iger’s comic book, Wow, What A Magazine! I checked again. Iger was a Joo. I don’t know about you, but I’m detecting a them here. Probably all a coincidence.

In 1939, the wild success of Superman in Action Comics, created by Jerome Siegel and Joseph Shuster (both Joos Superman), prompted the Jewish community editors to find more such heroes who might fill the imaginative pages of the kabbalah Copernican universe. That’s right about the time when Bill Finger joined Bob Kane’s nascent studio. We are told the aspiring writer and part-time shoe salesperson had met Kane at a party. What sort of party was it? Finger was the love child of Austrian-Hungarian Jooish immigrants.

Together, Kane and Finger created The Batman. We are told Kane’s influences for the character included the swashbuckler Zorro, but only Douglas Fairbank’s film portrayal of the crimefighter. The Wikipedia must be passing notes again in class, as Fairbanks was a Joo. The next influence was Leonardo da Vinci’s diagram of the ornithopter—probably a Joo. Bill Finger claims yet another influence on Batman’s creation, and that would be Lee Falk, creator of Mandrake the Magician and The Phantom. Joo. One other influence was the 1930 silent film, The Bat Whispers. It’s director, Roland West, the same guy who was caught up in the Thelma Todd murder investigation, is apparently not a Joo. It’s producer however, a certain Joseph M. Schenck, immigrated to New York City as an infant. You would be correct if you guessed he’s a Russian born Joo.

Batman debuted in Detective Comics #27, in May of 1939, just one year after Superman, and proved a breakout hit. Kane then hired Jerry Robinson as an inker. Joo. Batman’s alter-ego was supposedly named by Bill Finger. If Bruce Wayne was one of them, we are not told. There is however a point to this exercise, as Batman is clearly based upon a figure from Jewish folklore, and that is the golem.

 

 

The Golem

 

THE origins of the golem can be traced to the city of Prague in the whereabouts of 1580, but even long before that to the Talmud. A golem is perhaps best described as a body formed without a soul. A living being though, created in one’s own image. And another thing, they’re always made of mud. The idea is that a golem is imperfect. Therefore, despite being an animated being, formed in your image, you may want to think doubly hard about getting too close to your own creation. They may wreak havoc. Actually, we can take its historicity a step further, as the golem makes an appearance in the Psalms. The context seems to infer the creation of Adam, before he was placed in the garden, and it reads:

Your eyes did see New York City, yet being unperfect [golem]; and in your cepher all my members were written, which in continuance were fashioned, when as yet there was none of them.

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Psalm 139:16 [Cepher]

Golem. Here written as gā·lə·mî. That’s 1564 in Strong’s Concordance, for all you scholars out there. It’s spelled like this גֹּלֶם in Hebrew, and occurs only once in the entire Masoretic.

The golem makes its next appearance in the Babylonian Talmud. During the middle ages, Kabbalah would be given an entire fashion line, and the golem was hired as a runway model to go ape caca. But first, he appeared in the Talmud. Adam again. Adam was initially created as a golem (גולם) when his dust was “kneaded into a shapeless husk.” There-in we read:

It is taught in a baraita that Rabbi Meir would say: The dust that served to form Adam the first man was gathered from the entire world, as it is stated: “When I was made in secret and wrought in the lowest places of the earth, Your eyes did see my unshaped flesh” (Psalms 139:15–16), and it is written: “For the eyes of the Lord run to and fro throughout the whole earth” (II Chronicles 16:9), indicating that this figure was formed from the whole earth, the place within the view of the Lord’s eyes. Rav Oshaya says in the name of Rav: With regard to Adam the first man, his torso was fashioned from dust taken from Babylonia, and his head was fashioned from dust taken from Eretz Yisrael, the most important land, and his limbs were fashioned from dust taken from the rest of the lands in the world. With regard to his buttocks, Rav Aḥa says: They were fashioned from dust taken from Akra De’agma, on the outskirts of Babylonia.

Sanhedrin 38a-b

That’s fine and all. It is certainly one thing for Yahuah to create a living being, and quite another for man to attempt the same practice. During the time period which they tell us is the Middle Ages, passages from the Sefer Yetzirah (Book of Creation) were studied as a literal means to create and animate a golem. Rabbis would take the unknowable Name of Elohim, at least what portions they thought to know, and put it in the golem’s mouth—thereby animating him.

In recent years, the use of language as something capable of creating or destroying life was demonstrated by Masaru Emoto. What the Japanese scientist essentially discovered is that the vibrations emanating from the words which proceed from our mouths have an effect on shaping water. Water particles verifiably change their shape and semblance according to the type of word or sound to which they have been exposed Words such as love, shalom, and thank you respond with beautiful crystalline diagrams and shapes, whereas you fool and I hate you take on grotesque, distorted patterns.

The Hebrew language however is something else entirely. Jubilees informs us that the Hebrew language, once universal among men and animals, was the dialect of heaven. The Writings of Abraham furthermore describes the confusion of tongues at Babel as a direct response to Nimrod’s penchant for using that language to create, but only according to his own evil desires.

3 Moreover, Nimrod was a man of mighty power, for he was Master Mahan and had in his hands the secrets of the ancients as they had come down from Cain, wherein he knew the words of power and the signs for using them, and he had the holy garments which had been given unto Adam in the garden in which was great power.

4 All of this power did Nimrod use to get gain after the manner of the secret combination.

The Writings of Abraham 2: 3-4

Master Mahan is just a play on Master Mason. But you probably knew that already. The first Master Mahan was mentioned in this same passage. Cain. His unutterable secrets, here alluded to as the “secret combination,” were given to him by the Big Guy. Satan. Make a mental note of that. You will tell me The Writings of Abraham was a 19th century fabrication. That is not what I believe. But even so, we have a document tracing the secret societies back to Nimrod, and even earlier to Cain, with no motive on the part of the author except to expose, and no profit to show for it. What we have come to learn from this passage is that the people employing language to create life—by means of magic—are in actuality Mystery religion initiates. Going forward, you shall easily be able to see how the conspirators are in actuality flipping the narrative upon their accusers.

Sometime in the 11th century, Solomon ibn Gabirol is accredited with creating a golem. Possibly female. We are told only for household chores. Sure. You can argue whether or not Gabirol was capable of creating his own stove top help-mate, but the better question is, what are we being hinted at regarding his associations? Solomon ibn Gabirol was in the know.

 

OUR next stop happens to be in the city of Prague. We are told it is 1580. The Jews were accused of mixing the blood of Christian children with the flour and water of matzoh. It’s referred to as Blood Libel, and is based upon the idea just described. Who knew there were ‘Truthers’ in the 1500s? There were. See, I learn something new every day. It’s nice to know that the official narrative will either scrub my presence from history or villainize me to no end. Today, the term blood libel has completely transformed its metaphysical meaning by referring to any unpleasant or damaging false accusations flung upon somebody. That’s simply Big Brother’s way of inverting reality. The Zionists are telling you: to claim blood libel is to be on the wrong side of history. See how that works?

 

 

Wait, what’s this? It is a statue. But not just any statue. I haphazardly stumbled upon it a couple of years ago while exploring the streets of Bern. That is when I was living in France, and my family decided on an outing in Switzerland over the weekend. Nothing says quality family memories quite like The Child Eater of Bern, or the Kindlifresserbrunnen, if you will. Why is that man eating babies? It was completed in 1546 by a certain Hans Gieng. There are a few theories as to what we’re looking at, but the most common, and probably the correct one, is that we’re being told about a certain practice. Blood Libel. The baby eater is a Joo.

The practice was recorded in a couple of ancient texts. Only two that I have found. The first instance comes from the Book of King Og. The Rephaim giant criticizes Nimrod for eating people in secret, whereas he cannibalizes upon them in the open.

23 Nimrod’s land used the smaller selves for food in secret. He [traded] them to the kingdom of Og for labor in the open.

27 The [powerful] kingdom of Og was not [deceptive] or crafty with the smaller selves as Nimrod [was]. Smaller self [adult males] were struck down and eaten in the open. We chose not to hide our hunger from the smaller selves.

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The Lost Book of King Og 1:23, 27

The second occurrence is far more direct to the current topic, and can be found in Jasher. After Pharaoh, king of Egypt, is stricken with leprosy, his sorcerers suggest the sort of medicine which would involve the blood of babies.

28 And when Yahuah had inflicted the plague upon Phar’oh king of Mitsrayim, he asked his wise men and sorcerers to cure him. 29 And his wise men and sorcerers said unto him, ‘That if the blood of little children were put into the wounds he would be healed.’ 30 And Phar’oh hearkened to them, and sent his ministers to Goshen to the children of Yashar’el to take their little children. 31 And Phar’oh’s ministers went and took the infants of the children of Yashar’el from the bosoms of their mothers by force, and they brought them to Phar’oh daily, a child each day, and the physicians killed them and applied them to the plague; thus did they all the days. 32 And the number of the children which Phar’oh slew was three hundred and seventy-five.

33 But Yahuah hearkened not to the physicians of the king of Mitsrayim, and the plague went on increasing mightily.

Jasher 76:28-33

That last verse is the most important. It says Yahuah hearkened not to the physicians—telling us that the wizard’s concoction would have worked otherwise. Or else why would they have suggested the option? Every so often Scripture gives us an insiders’ glance into the methods of secret societies. Abraham and Jasher are two of them.

You will tell me it is the babies of the Jews who are being employed for the Blood Libel here, and not the other way around. If so, then you are wrong. The Yahudim are only one of twelve tribes of Israel, and far more importantly, are in no way related to the modern Ashkenazi Jew. You will have to read my paper on the 1948 conquest to see that the Jews inhabiting the modern state of Israel are not the Yahudim spoken about in Scripture, but the sons of Edom.

Detective Comics 31 Batman Vintage Superhero Comic Superhero Poster — MUSEUM OUTLETS

 

The Batman & the Golem

 

FROM this point forward, you shall see how the Batman and the Golem are one and the same entity. It is 1580 again. The Jews are being accused of Blood Libel in the city of Prague, and there is a statue in Bern, Switzerland to remind everyone of it.

We are thusly introduced to Rabbi Loew, who falls asleep one night and has the vision of a divinely written word. GOLEM. Afterwards, he journeys to the Vltava River under the cover of the night, taking a few other conspirators along, and sets about to form a man-shaped giant of living clay. The words “Alef, Mem, Tav” are carved into its forehead. This means Truth in Hebrew. There it is. The secret combination. I might as well speak the obvious here. Rabbi Loew is a Wizard. For the golem was animated, you see, with the mystical power as found in Kabbalah. Mm-hmm, I’m sure all those accusations of magic and secret ceremonies were totally unfounded.

 

The Skeleton Dance. 1929. Directed by Walt Disney Der Golem. 1920. Directed by Carl Boese, Paul Wegener | MoMA

 

The golem’s purpose was to protect the innocent. Remember, Blood Libel is being repurposed as a weapon in the Orwellian fashion to mean false accusations. Accordingly, the golem is tasked with debunking the “conspiracy theorists” and catching the actual people responsible, which is to say, there never was any such thing as a Blood Libel to begin with. Only random murderers who offed babies. This would take sleuth work.

Detective Comics #33 CGC 8.0 Origin Of Batman Sells For Record $150,000 At Metropolis

It is said that he could make himself invisible and summon spirits of the dead at his leisure. Demons. By this we can deduce that the golem was an unclean creature. Kind of like how a bat is an unclean animal. Of course, Bruce Wayne became animated into the Batman-golem after a bat flew through his window. Later incarnations of Batman would see Bruce Wayne take a tumble into the Batcave, whereby he was initiated into a death and rebirth ceremony. Same thing.

And anyways, you’d think the Elite Joos wouldn’t want to debunk conspirators, who were claiming Satanism is at their disposal, by asking the devil to do their dirty work, but Zionism doesn’t always expect you to use logic.

The golem is such a phenomenal detective—far superior than any man—that his exposition of how corrupt society truly is, starting at its underbelly, actually ends up endangering the very people whom he was purposed to protect. The hornets’ nest has been stirred. Rudolf II, the Holy Roman Emperor, doesn’t exactly like the Jewish vigilante, and decrees as consequence that the Jews of Prague be expelled—or perhaps killed in the process. Scripting the Holocaust already, hmmm? In the real world, which is the one that you and I inhabit, the Zionists are working for the Pope of Rome. Try not to let cognitive dissonance win the day.

In little time, a mob of goyim rush the ghetto, intent on protecting the illusion of their society. Or is this just another Intel psyop like the 2021 Washington D.C. capitol riot? You tell me. It is only then that the golem, whose name was Josef (also known as Yossele), transforms from the quiet detective to a violent protector of his people. Kind of like the ending to every Batman movie. All hell breaks loose, but in the end, the golem is victorious, and the Jews live to see another sunrise over Gotham City Prague.

Rabbi Loew (or is it Bruce Wayne’s butler, Alfred?) erases the ‘Aleph’ from the golem’s forehead so that it no longer reads ‘Emet,’ meaning Truth—but ‘Met.’ Death.  By this action, the golem is deactivated, and thusly carried to the attic of Loew’s synagogue on the promise that he’ll return as a protector of the people if needed.

THE END?

Did we see the last of the golem in the whereabouts of 1580? You will tell me obviously, as Rabbi Loew was only a fictional story. Never mind that the union of robots with A.I. is simply an exoteric telling to the obvious. More golems. But even centuries before Prague, we have already seen the help-mate of Solomon ibn Gabirol. In 1625, only half a century after the Rabbi Loew-golem incident, Joseph Delmedigo, aka Yashar Mi-Qandia, claimed that “many legends of this sort [golem] are current, particularly in Germany.” Probably nothing to see here. Just somebody else in the know about one useless fact or another.

 

 

Noel

 

Nothing But The Night!: DER GOLEM (1920)

1 Comment

  1. Pauly Hart

    firstly, thanks for mentioning bill finger. the comic book nerd inside me liked that. secondly, thanks for posting the clip about b-man’s origins. spirits promised… warring on criminals… vowed. wow. talk about a throwback to captain marvel (read: shazam) – the “spirits” in DC were never of YHVH and were always of the bene-elohim. DC is all over that, and they always have been. when i found out that b-man sold his soul to “the devil” in 1973, i knew what he was all about back then. even when ra’s al ghul resurrected him from the dead, i knew. even later in 2007 when he sold his soul (again) i knew. the “dark knight” has never been “an anti-hero,” he has always been an agent of destruction and doom, a harbinger of the ha-satan himself. i appreciated the new revelations on this pseudo-fictitious character, and the allusions to an even larger gloomy background.

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