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"Asherah is a tree Goddess worshipped by the ancient Jews. She was likely the spouse of Yahweh & closely related to Athirat of the Canaanites; Her name means 'She Who Walks Upon the Sea', as does Athirat's. She can be shown either as a woman or a tree flanked by animals, billy goats or lions, in the old Eastern motif of Mistress of the Animals; She carries wheat sheaves as an emblem of fertility and nourishment. Behind Her is the green of the sunlit Garden."

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Rudyard Kipling, Freemason

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What if Snow White doesn't have fair skin. What if she's brown - a Jew and not German? What if it's her innocent glow that makes her white... incandescence? What if Father Grimm messed up with time to mess up with history - hid this princess in his lifetime to tell a tale of cruelty. Such macabre! The Grimm Brothers knew her existence. Snow White is more than just a fairytale... she's as real as the air you breathe. I know I don't make sense, just like Britney Spears in "If You Seek Amy".

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Adonis in Greek and Roman mythology a youth of remarkable beauty who died and was reborn. Description from depositphotos.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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The Effect of Nazism on Norse Mythology

The (Devastating) Effect of Nazism on Norse Mythology

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Magic: the Gathering - Royal Assassin - Magic 2012 by Wizards of the Coast…

A German resistance heroine - Maria von Maltzan protected her Jewish lover and found ways to defy the gestapo

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Esther (5th century BCE) became the wife of Persian King Ahasuerus. Esther’s predecessor was deposed for disobeying the king’s drunken whim; Esther herself risks execution merely by approaching the king unbidden. Ahasuerus approves his advisor's plan to exterminate the Jews in the Persian Empire. Esther—whose own Jewish background had been a secret until then—brilliantly maneuvered the king into reversing his decree and saving the Jews. Her victory is commemorated every year at Purim.

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The Golem is an old Jewish legend; a sort of fairy tale about an old wizard who brings to life a man made of clay to protect the children of Prague. This movie captures the creepiness of a medieval ghetto.

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