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Old 27-04-2012, 04:10 AM   #1
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Superman - The Real Symbolism
Submitted by Matthew Delooze on 29 September, 2005 - 00:00.




Superman Returns?
The Symbolism has never really been away.

By Matthew Delooze

I realise that most if not all people will know of Superman he is one of the most famous characters in the world. Briefly Superman (real name Kal-EL) was sent to Earth by his father Jor-EL. He covertly kept the secret of his powers to himself. (EL is a god or spiritual ruler in some ancient scriptures)
I want to concentrate on the basic symbolism used by the media through Superman. Superman is well known for the famous "S" on his costume. This is the official explanation through Action Comics (DC Comics) claiming the S stands for Superman etc. Apparently his Earth Mother came up with this idea. Obviously the S has far more symbolic meaning than kids, me included, were led to believe.



Maybe we should say Superboy is talking SuperShite

The explanation given in 'Superman the Movie' changes simply because Supe's dad is wearing the S shape before Superman is sent to Earth, so it simply cannot be his 'Earth Mother', Ma Kent, who invents the original reason for the appearance of the S. Let's first look at the symbolism being displayed by his father in Superman the Movie (1978).
There you go, it is already on the chest of his father or should I say the chest of the 'GODFATHER'? (Marlon Brando is the official Godfather) So that makes the official explanation super deceptive eh?



Do you see a Superman "S" or do you see a snake or a serpent?

Now then fellow truth seekers let us start looking for the true meaning of the symbolism and get straight to the point. Again? Do you see a Superman "S" or do you see a snake or a serpent?
I see a serpent; there is no doubt in my mind that the greatest super hero on Earth is carrying serpent symbolism. OK, doubters and hecklers, let’s look at an older version of the same symbolism.





Please note the one left resembles an upside down tree and the other one resembles an upside down pyramid. The pyramid can also be symbolic of a tree. (E.g. if Superman looks downwards, towards his chest, the tree shape and serpent symbolism becomes easier to see) Could this be Serpent in a tree symbolism?
Lets look at a more modern superman S.



Do you see the letter S or do you see a snake/serpent?

Look again. What do you see? You can also see that the symbolism still tries to keep a similar shape to the older versions of the symbolism, as though the serpent is in a tree. Download the picture and turn it upside down? I guarantee you will see a serpent sliding down a tree.
Just to make it easier for anyone not seeing the snake symbolism yet, look at this picture (used in a series called the Kent’s on TV). No doubts now, have we?


This is a Serpent. If this isn’t a serpent then I’m a blind ape.


Is it the letter S or a serpent?

Let’s also look at the original symbolism used by Marvel comics for Superman’s father Jor-El.


Is Superman the Son of a Sun?

Is this Jor-EL and Lara, Supe’s mam and dad. Or is it blatant Sun symbolism?
The different, yet still so-called 'official', stories regarding Superman’s “S” are available here for interested parties to research. Sun symbolism is linked to “Lucifer the light bringer”, Lucifer is the greatest deceiver and I sure believe that Superman followers may have been greatly deceived as to the true meaning of Superman's true symbolism. I am not calling Superman the 'devil' please don't misunderstand me. I am trying to say that the symbolism is linked to Sun/Serpent worship, this is what the masses see as Luciferic type practises.
I believe the true symbolism used through Superman comics and films is really used to show us ambiguous Tree of Life and Serpent symbolism. There must be a reason for the use of this symbolism? Why is it being used in comics and movies?
So what does it mean?
Let’s go deeper. Take a look at this.

Please look at the shape. This is Tree of Life symbolism could the shape on Supe's chest have something to do with this outline shape? Who really controls our tree of life? Who controls our growth?



This is tree of life and serpent symbolism. Can you start to see the connections with the Superman symbolism that has been implanted in the minds of ALL generations currently alive on this planet at this time?

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Old 27-04-2012, 04:12 AM   #2
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I would also like to point out that the Christian "Christmas" is basically a con trick.
Yes folks, all you “Humbuggers” were right all along! The very, simple, act of having a tree in your home decorating it (strips of tinsel etc) at Christmas is indeed an act of Serpent worship. You are actually symbolising the serpent in the tree and placing gifts under the tree as an act of worship to the Serpent Cult. (Sorry to spring that on you folks!) Serpent /Luciferic trickery holds absolutely no boundaries. The greatest of all deceptions is to get you to worship something you wouldn’t and shouldn’t.
Think about it before you laugh at me.

A new film is going to be released in 2006 after the symbolic death of Superman, through the "paralysed" Christopher Reeve. It is called "Superman Returns". Here is the new 2006 logo. Again... Do YOU see the letter S or do YOU see a serpent?


S for Superman or have you been conned into loving a deceptive serpent?

Just to go off track for a moment with the 'tree of life'. Please read the Pope's explanation of the Christmas tree below. (Pity he couldn't explain the obelisk in St Peter's square at the same time!)
THE TREE OF LIFE AND THE HOLY FATHER

Pope explains symbolism of Christmas tree
Vatican, Dec. 20, 2004 (CWNews.com) -
.........During his Angelus audience on December 19, Pope John Paul II (bio - news) discussed the rich symbolism of the Christmas season, concentrating on the meaning of the Christmas tree that is now on display in St. Peter's Square.
The Christmas tree, John Paul said, is "an ancient custom that exalts the value of life," because the evergreen tree remains unchanged through the harshness of winter. When gifts are arranged under the tree, the Pope continue, it because a symbol of "the tree of life, a figure of Christ, God's greatest gift to all men."
The Holy Father made a point of saying that the gifts exchanged at Christmas should not be purely material and commercial. The "tree of life," he said, points the way toward an exchange of spiritual goods: of brotherhood and love.

The Pope observed, before making his remarks on the Christmas tree, that the most important symbol of the season is the Christmas crèche, about which he spoke at his previous Sunday public audience. His remarks on these symbols come at a time when the European nations-- particularly Italy and France-- are caught up in debates about the display of Christian symbols in public places.
At the conclusion of his December 20 public appearance, the Pope acknowledged different groups that had attended the audience, giving a special warm greeting to a group of 40 young students, aged 4 through 12, who had survived the harrowing hostage September terrorist incident in Beslan.................................


Right then folks don’t believe a word I say in this article as the Pope is God’s right hand man. He is talking “Jesus” isn’t he dating back 2005 years? So please forgive me for pointing out the facts below. So, please, if you believe the Pope’s explanation of the Christmas tree there is absolutely no point you going any further reading this article.
I do remind those with Christian brainwashing inside them that “Jesus” was supposed to be anti-authority. He was not religious in anyway. He did not create churches or set any silly rules that oppressed the masses.

If you see Jesus as a man, and not as symbolism, then “He” saw all authority as corrupt. “He” angrily attacked corruption at every convenient and inconvenient opportunity. This included the Church or Temple at the time. Then no doubt in modern terms “He” would attack the authorative Catholic Church and other major religions with the same vigour as “He” did back then because these “Authorities” are nothing but propaganda machines for the serpent and authorities only house paedophiles and conmen.

Christmas trees were going long before a man known as Jesus was “born“.
Indeed ask any Christian why they erect a tree in their home every year (Yes I do it too and haven’t a clue why!) and decorate it with trinkets and gifts? Who are you actually worshipping in doing such a thing? Could it be a Serpent in the tree?
I tell you something, Jesus wasn’t born in a tree was he? So just exactly are you symbolically giving gifts to 9praisng) when you put gifts under that silly tree you have in you home at Christmas?

There are many ancient tales about serpents in the tree etc. They date back thousands of years. Consider the possibility that you are deceived into worshipping other symbolic gods instead of worshipping Christian values. Look at the picture below.


This is ancient Sumerian symbolism showing decoration of a tree and it is long before Mary had to come up with a very good excuse to Joseph.
It shows “Reptilian" (serpent) gods of the ancient Middle Eeast controlling the "tree of life". It reminds me of decorating a Christmas tree…. does it you?


he Christmas tree is supposed to be symbolic of a figure of Christ and the tree of life according to the Pope - as described and quoted earlier in this article. That is bullshit in my opinion and I must say if Superboy said something truthful for once he would say it is Super BullShit too!
The picture above was created long before the New Testament was thought up.
It's symbolic of Serpent Cult worship as far as I am concerned. Do “Reptilians” or Serpent gods create and harvest the tree of life for humans? Are they symbolically branding us and deceiving us into worshipping them without us realising it?


The symbolism indicates to me that this is true. Instead of branding our bodies by burning their logo on us they brand our spirit and subconscious thoughts through mental trickery. We surrender our subconscious to them.
This sort of symbolism is used via the likes of Superman. The example below is from official Superman site.
"TV's mega-hit "Smallville" is all about exploring the hero's back-story so it was natural they'd provide an explanation for the "S" - in fact, they've provided two explanations. In the first season episode, "Rogue", Lex Luthor, explains to Clark that Alexander the Great wore a breastplate in battle that had a jewelled "S" type logo. According to Luthor, "the design symbolizes strength and courage." Clark responds ironically: "I can't exactly see myself going into battle with that on my chest."
In subsequent seasons, a Kryptonian symbol that resembles the "S" emblem shows up in mysterious caves in Smallville, on an octagonal shaped Kryptonian key, and eventually on Clark himself when Jor-El (or his spirit or someone/something that claims to be Jor-El and/or his spirit) burns the symbol into Clark's chest. To date, it's unclear what the symbol represents."


It’s certainly not unclear to me.

So what is the symbolism suppose to mean? What is it all meant to mean?
To me it means that the majority of people in this world have been subconsciously trained to accept that Superman is good and trustworthy.
You won’t find any human being with a bad word for Superman will you? They will all unconditionally believe that Superman stands for good. (I realise folks that Superman is a ficticious character so don‘t think I have lost my marbles) I am referring to subconscious energies and subconscious beliefs when I say that we have been led subconsciously to trust Superman implicitly.
This means we also have been led to trust the symbolism 'he carries' in the same way. When a person sees Superman symbolism his or her spirit releases “respect energy“, for want of a better word, but this energy goes to those that created the symbolism and not the fictitious Superman. The “S” is Superman’s best-known symbol. Our spirits have been conditioned to respect it. Therefore the vast majority of humans on this planet automatically, subconsciously, “respect” the symbolism.


Can the “spiritual respect”, or thought energy, that is created through such things like Superman symbolism, and Christmas tree type rituals, somehow be harnessed and therefore become a form of captured spiritual energy? Energy milked out of us by unfeeling alien farmers?
Obviously this energy is invisible on a 5-sense level. Does our mental conditioning to respect certain symbolism and our obedience in carrying out silly rituals, involving trees etc, somehow surrender our spiritual power to those that not only know how to extract such power from us but also know how to harness it for their own use?
The use of symbolism also works on a 5-sense level for those that have trouble understanding the point I am trying to make. This is easily explained by simply saying that millions of people blindly follow their countries flag into war or simply by following a football teams colours or religious banner. The energy created by such symbolism is enormous and I am told a soldier carrying the flag of his regiment in battle will fight 10 times harder than one who is not. (Energy empowered by spiritual respect is very powerful)
Simply put if symbolism on a 5-sense level is so powerful and an individual can increase his strength by10 fold, simply by concentrating on the symbolism he is carrying at the time, then try to imagine the effect that the subconscious symbolism has if it involves millions of people?

If this effect can be harnessed and stored then try to imagine the power those that can harness this energy will have gained. It certainly would give them licence to rule our world…. wouldn’t it?
Obviously I have just used Superman and the Christmas tree as two good examples of how things, we have been subjected to all our lives, could be used against us if their true meanings were kept from us. There are many more examples I could have used.
If we believe the Pope or the media then this article is a comical farce written by a madman. Please believe the Pope’s version of the meaning of the Christmas tree if that’s what you want to do. Please believe the Marvel comic’s version and the explanation from Warner Bros for the true reasons behind the Superman S symbolism, despite their contradictions, if that’s what you want to do.

I don’t expect anyone to believe that “Superman” or a “Christmas tree” could be used against the human race in such a way as I have previously described. So get out the tree this Christmas and watch Superman on TV. I know you won't be able to do anything else such is the force that makes you do it.
Lets face it folks only the greatest deceiver, or a slippery snake, would stoop so low in using such things against us… never mind getting the Pope to endorse them as well?
Till next time.....'Have A Super Day'.
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Old 27-04-2012, 04:47 AM   #3
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Did Superboy just say he was going to give us all super-aids?

Anywhoo...good stuff.

What I find amazing, might be nothing....but is interesting in relation to the idea of these characters being empowered by leeching the attention of viewers ( indeed if we believe perception is the better half of consciousness that drives our material world this makes perfect sense) is that....

Superman started with the strength of a hundred men but at his fan base grew so did his strength.
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Superman started with the strength of a hundred men but at his fan base grew so did his strength.
You´re right, but the source behind the creation of the superman symbolism ends up recieving all the energy. Matthew has mentioned before that the power of the energy depends on how many souls give it away - it doubles up for each and new participant that gives it away.
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Sorry to disappoint but these aren't 'reptilian serpent gods' - they are birds



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and you can quite clearly see the beak. It is an eagle or something similar but undoubtedly a bird - that's why it has wings.
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Sorry to disappoint but these aren't 'reptilian serpent gods' - they are birds and you can quite clearly see the beak. It is an eagle or something similar but undoubtedly a bird - that's why it has wings.


Annunaki symbology http://whale.to/b/anunnaki_s.html

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eagle http://whale.to/b/eagle_s.html

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Don't know why you are confused. Your link showed an eagle headed Nimrod.
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They never allowed their true image to be presented, which is why they are depicted with animal heads. The symbolism indicates their true form.
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They never allowed their true image to be presented, which is why they are depicted with animal heads. The symbolism indicates their true form.
Explain please. How do you know this? Not all Gods are depicted with animal heads and are not Reptilian heads 'animal heads'?
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Snakes/Serpents are the only animal I'm aware of that wraps itself around it's prey and imprisons their prey and crushes them so they can't get out so I think it stands to reason why the serpent is so symbolic in the world since we're in a prison and trapped as if in a coiled serpent.
I don't think snake/serpent symbolism has anything to do with us being ruled by serpents/Reptilians, it's just a good and adequate piece of symbolism to symbolise imprisonment and entrapment.

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Snakes/Serpents are the only animal I'm aware of that wraps itself around it's prey and imprisons their prey and crushes them so they can't get out so I think it stands to reason why the serpent is so symbolic in the world since we're in a prison and trapped as if in a coiled serpent.
I don't think snake/serpent symbolism has anything to do with us being ruled by serpents/Reptilians, it's just a good and adequate piece of symbolism to symbolise imprisonment and entrapment.
Did you think it was just a coincidence that Bank of America's Acronym is "BOA" as in the Boa Constrictor snake species known for slowly squeezing the life out of its victims with every breath they take.

Very interesting post OP. I am a comic book fan, and I assure you i shall never look at the Superman Emblem the same ever again. I was aware rather young that S in the Superman emblem did look weird looking "s".
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Explain please. How do you know this? Not all Gods are depicted with animal heads and are not Reptilian heads 'animal heads'?
From the Nag Hammadi. The serpent/snake is used but the reptilian head would not be what I would call animal anymore than I would call a human head an animal head.
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Anyone located in london? Matthew delooze will hold a 3-4 hour talk in swedenborg hall on 19th maj at 1.00 pm . The Low Entrance fee of 5 pounds despite the includation of free biscuits and refreshments will leave you in no doubt that matthew is not in it for the money!.

Matthew believes he speaks 100% truth or he would never write the stuff he do.
Having slaved as a constructer worker for 20+years he´s definatley not an airy fairy dreamer and he calls a spade a spade.

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From the Nag Hammadi.
"The Nag Hammadi"? That's a place. I assume you mean the Gnostic Texts found there? Which one in particular were you thinking of?

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Well what would you call a 'Reptilian head' and what kind of reptile would you be referring to?

In Gnosticism, this serpent symbolized eternity and the soul of the world and in some quarters they believe that the Edinic snake was a liberator.

You have me confused.
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"The Nag Hammadi"? That's a place. I assume you mean the Gnostic Texts found there? Which one in particular were you thinking of?

Glad you asked because I was wrong, it was not the NHC's but from blue blood true blood (Swerdlow)

Well what would you call a 'Reptilian head' and what kind of reptile would you be referring to?

There are many different types but in this context I was referring to the annunaki which look similar to the serpent.

In Gnosticism, this serpent symbolized eternity and the soul of the world and in some quarters they believe that the Edinic snake was a liberator.

You have me confused.
"And when she saw (the consequences of) her desire, it changed into a form of a lion-faced serpent. And its eyes were like lightning fires which flash. She cast it away from her, outside that place, that no one of the immortal ones might see it, for she had created it in ignorance. And she surrounded it with a luminous cloud, and she placed a throne in the middle of the cloud that no one might see it except the holy Spirit who is called the mother of the living. And she called his name Yaltabaoth.

"This is the first archon who took a great power from his mother.... And he is impious in his arrogance which is in him. For he said: 'I am God and there is no other God beside me,' for he is ignorant of his strength, the place from which he had come."-- The Apocryphon of John . (NHL-110/IV,1 10:7-20)


I recall they also used animal heads to represent humanoid/animal hybrids they created, think that was in Sitchen's work.

Sorry for confusing you, might offer relief to know I confuse myself all the time.
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Is it the letter S or a serpent?

Let’s also look at the original symbolism used by Marvel comics for Superman’s father Jor-El.
Generally I wouldn't be picky, but bearing in mind you're picking apart and disecting what is, lets not forget, a fictional story, I would just like to point out that were Jor-El to be seen in a Marvel comic, no matter what symbolism he was wearing, Marvel would be sued to within an inch of it's Disneyfied life!

And it's an S. Not a serpent.
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And it's an S. Not a serpent.
Why would it be an 's'? His name is not superman so it should be a 'k' for kal-el or 'el' from the house of 'el'. And like matthew points out it is not shaped like an s.

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Off the top of my head I'd say because it's not real, and the artist/writer/creator wanted a lasting image right from the off! Batman has a bat, Superman has an S, the Flash has a bolt, Green Lantern has a green lantern. All of the above are not particularly accurate, no bats look like the batman symbol, the Flash logo is a fairly generic bolt, the Lantern doesn't really look like the actual item, and the S is built within a diamond shaped badge. If anything I would say that the surrounding shape is a diamond to signify his strength and purity.
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Off the top of my head I'd say because it's not real, and the artist/writer/creator wanted a lasting image right from the off! Batman has a bat, Superman has an S, the Flash has a bolt, Green Lantern has a green lantern. All of the above are not particularly accurate, no bats look like the batman symbol, the Flash logo is a fairly generic bolt, the Lantern doesn't really look like the actual item, and the S is built within a diamond shaped badge. If anything I would say that the surrounding shape is a diamond to signify his strength and purity.
True. However I still think some thought was put into his symbol being as that is the only enduring part of the superman story. The 's' could mean serpent or shape-shifter though as he does shift from clark to superman and even his voice changes. It's obviously the same face yet no one sees this unless he removes the glasses, which to me represents a veil or mind control being used, people don't see what's blatantly obvious. Hidden in plane sight.

Though I am probably reading into it too much.
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I think you have to keep in mind is that while I understand that the late 30's/early 40's weren't all rainbows and sunshine, it seems unlikely that the guys at Action Comics, when trying to create stories and characters for their first issue thought any more about the badge than "He's called Superman so....he'll wear a big S!"
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