There is a tremendous amount of religious fervor surrounding the new Superman Movie called, “Man of Steel.” Many movies goers, critics and news outlets are teaming with various stories about the Man of Steel being portrayed as the Savior, Jesus Christ, but what they fail to understand is that Superman is being portrayed actually as the pre-Jesus savior of mankind. Hence, before there was a Jesus, there was Superman; and today Christians would consider him more of an Anti-Christ or Lucifer, than that of the second coming Christ.

Here is a little video I produced to go along with this article.

IS SUPERMAN JEWISH?

Let me please add before I continue, that the creators of this new Superman are Jewish and lest we not forget that it was the Jews who killed Jesus. Glen Weldon, author of Superman: The Unauthorized Biography; had told The Christian Post, that since Superman creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster were both Jewish, intentional “Christian ideation or allegory” was unlikely.  I have to agree with this statement and the facts below will help corroborate the Jewish and Anti-Christ qualities of Superman.

WHAT IS THE TRUE IDENTITY OF SUPERMAN’S SYMBOL?

The first fact that I would like to point out to you is Supermans’ family crest of the triangular shield and the ‘S’ he wears on his chest.

Superman s symbol

Most people assume it is an ‘S’ that stands for Superman, but it simply does not, and they allude to this in the movie. Please see the clip below @ 2:36 where is asked what the “S” represents, in which Superman says, “It’s not an S. In my world it means hope.”

The pre-Christian and pre-cross symbol was venerated in Ancient Egypt and Greece as an emblem of Divinity, an oracle, and as a god. This Serpent-worship continued amongst the Samaritans in the West and in Europe, and with the Druids in Ireland, Scotland and Britain. The Masters of Wisdom, and all Initiates into the Sacred Mysteries, are called Nagas, or Serpents of Wisdom (Blavatsky).

Before the Christian era of this Sixth Age that had given us Jesus the Savior, we had the savior Moses with his bronze serpent on a cross.

Serpent worship 2

The S represents the family crest of serpents, from the wise priestly race from the East, that Superman wears on his chest.

DOES SUPERMAN PRAY TO THE CHRISTIAN JESUS OR THE JEWISH GOD, ‘EL’?

In the movie, Superman has two names. His earthly slave name is “Clark Kent”, and his heavenly name from the planet Krypton is ‘Kal-El.’ His father is named Jor-El, and he is the one who sends his savior son, Kal-El (Superman) to save planet earth, as he tells his wife, “He’ll be a god to them.” This part of the movie is akin to the biblical story of Moses, who like Superman was sent away by his parents down the Nile to the Pharaohs of Egypt in an attempt to save Moses. But in the end, Moses actually wins the support of the Pharaohs and in turn he saves his own race of people by leading them out of Egyptian captivity and into the land of freedom; Israel during the time of the Exodus.

The Hebrew name ‘Jor or Hor,’ meaning “flowing from God,” and the Italian version is ‘Jordan.’ It was on Mount Hor, where Aaron had died. In the Hebrew language and the Old Testament, the meaning of ”El” is the noun singular form of the word God, and “Elohim” is the plural version “gods.” The name Elohim appears 33 times in the story of creation in the opening chapters of Genesis.

“Thou shalt have no other Elohim but Me” [Exod. xx. 3]. “Yahweh, He is the Elohim, Yahweh, He is Yahweh the Elohim” [1 Kings xviii. 39]. “They are no Elohim, but the work of men’s hands” [2 Kings xix. 18]. Isaiah 44:6; “Thus saith YHWH the King of Israel, and his redeemer YHWH of hosts; I am the first, and I am the last; and beside me there is no El.”

You see, if Superman truly represented the Christian Jesus, then he and his father’s off world names would not contain the name of the Jewish God, El. In addition, we wouldn’t know his Father’s name, because they would have alluded to the fact that Superman was born of a virgin, such as the Virgin Mary. But this Jewish Messiah does have a father named Jor-El, and as it is said, “I am the first, and I am the last; and beside me there is no El.”

From a previous Superman movie, his Father, Jor-El takes a quote from Saint John;

“Even though you’ve been raised as a human being you are not one of them…They can be a great people Kal-El; they wish to be. They only lack the light to show the way. For this reason above all, their capacity for good, I have sent them you, my only son.”

Saint John said in 3:16-17, 19, 21;

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved…And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil…But he that doeth truth cometh to the light, that his deeds may be made manifest, that they are wrought in God.”

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