Symbolism of Superheroes

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Don’t we all love the idea of a superhero? Is there anything they cannot do? After all, they save us from trouble, keep the planet safe by foiling the plans of evil villains, and are practically indestructible.

But there is a hidden message behind these seemingly ‘good guys and girls’.

Let’s take a look at what they represent:

Superman is Satan. Superman ‘fell from the sky’. He was born Kal-El on the planet Krypton before being rocketed to earth by his father Jor-El shortly before Krypton’s destruction. ‘El’ is the Hebrew word for ‘god’ and ‘Elohim’ is for ‘gods and goddesses’. Superman is yet another attempt of Satan’s to be ‘like the Most High’ (see The truth about Santa Claus):

“How you have fallen from heaven, Lucifer, son of the morning! You have been cast down to the earth, you who once laid low the nations! You said in your heart, ‘I will ascend to the heavens: I will raise my throne above the stars of Yahweh; I will sit enthroned on the mount of assembly, in the sides of the north. I will ascend above the tops of the clouds; I will be like the Most High.” Isaiah 14:12-14

He has X-ray vision, super-hearing skills, speed, flight, freezing breath, super-intelligence, laser vision, healing factor and super-human strength. He wears a blue costume, red cape and stylised red-and-yellow ‘S’ shield on his chest (the ‘S’ represents Satan (see The Serpent who is the Dragon)). Superman flies toward the sun to regenerate his powers. Satan is the sun god. Superman also flies across the sky to help people.

“There is none like the God of Jeshurun, Who rides across the heavens to help you, and on the clouds in His Majesty.” Deuteronomy 33:26

Superman

Superman

Superman was discovered and adopted by a Kansas farmer and his wife, and raised as Clark Kent (before Satan was cast down from heaven, he was called Lucifer; before Superman/Clark Kent was sent down to earth in a rocket, he was called Kal-El). Clark grows up and moves to the fictional American city of Metropolis, where he works as a journalist for the Daily Planet newspaper.

Superman Daily Planet Sun

Note the sun

The globe represents Saturn or Satan, the planet with a ring around it (see Spiritual Significance of Crystal).

Kryptonite, a fictional material — the ore form of a radioactive element from Krypton, created from the radioactive remains of the planet — is the ultimate natural weakness of Superman and other Kryptonians, and has detrimental effects on them.

Kryptonite represents prayer, which weakens Satan and his angels and repels their power over us. Interestingly, kryptonite came from Superman’s ancestral home; and prayer was given to us from heaven, to enable man to communicate with his Creator and other Heavenly Beings.

Bruce Wayne, an American millionaire, is a Monarch slave — Batman represents the demons that possess and control Bruce, which become a Monarch slave’s alter personas. The Bat Signal represents the code names used to summon various demons from within the slave. Bruce has the habits and traits of a bat (in Batman Forever, an invention that can read and control people’s minds and steal their intelligence quotient scans Bruce’s mind; through it, we see a bat inside Bruce’s mind). Later, using the brain-draining machine, Nygma manages to steal the memory of an ominous flying bat from Bruce’s mind at a party celebrating his sales success, leading him and Two-Face to discover that Bruce is secretly Batman).

Batman

Batman

Bruce lives in the fictional Gotham city (Gotham was an actual city in the pre-flood world, where Monarch slaves lived).
Batman has genius-level intelligence, is a master martial artist, acrobat, detective, escapologist, strategist, swordsman, trained computer hacker and a master of disguise. He wears a bat-themed costume but, unlike most superheroes, does not possess any superpowers.

The Dark Knight is Batman/Bruce Wayne possessed by demons. In the Tarot, the Joker is a symbol of a Jungian archetype, the Trickster. The Trickster is a mythological character who plays tricks on clueless humanity. They were often malicious, such as the Norse trickster god Loki, and Eshu, the trickster god of the Yoruba of Nigeria. Other tricksters were the fairies (demons) who use their ‘glamour’ or illusion to befuddle mortals. He also appears as the diabolical Mephistopheles who attempts to trick men into selling their souls in a doomed Faustian bargain.

In the Batman movies, the Joker is very much like Mephistopheles, who presents terrible moral choices without any chance at victory.

The Joker/Trickster is Satan. Batman’s battle against this foe is in reality Bruce Wayne’s struggle to break free from his demonic possession and enslavement (see Monarch slaves).

Catwoman is a sex slave for hire (see Beta Kittens), another Monarch slave. She is a skilled gymnast, peak athlete, hand-to-hand combatant, expert burglar and has an empathic relationship ability with all types of cats. She is usually depicted as the adversary of Batman, and has a complex love/hate relationship with him, and has been one of his most enduring love interests.

Catwoman

Catwoman

Peter Parker is a transhuman (see Transhumanism and Cyborgism), who has had his DNA ‘enhanced’ with that of a spider using nanotechnology, to become Spiderman, and has the proportionate powers of an arachnid. He has incredible strength, agility, ability to cling to walls and ability to shoot webs from his wrist (Note: Spiderman makes the ‘devil’s horns’ sign when shooting webs).

Spiderman

Spiderman

Peter was orphaned at the age of six when his parents were killed in an airplane crash overseas, after which he went to live with his aunt and uncle in New York. After university, he works as a freelance photographer for the Daily Bugle newspaper.

Marine Boy, a teenager, is bionic; a talented boy who has been further enhanced with some sophisticated inventions, and been equipped with skills and equipment to enable him to perform dangerous duty. With these, he serves with the underwater policing agency, the Ocean Patrol, in making earth’s oceans safe. He is a martial artist, football player, an accomplished pilot and has a great affinity with sea life.

Marine Boy

Marine Boy

Marine Boy wears a ring with a dolphin-calling whistle in it, a red wet suit which projects and equips him, allowing him to use his talents. The suit is bullet-proof, highly resistant to penetration and temperature; the boots have hyper-powered propeller packs built into the heels that enable him to move huge boulders and break free from metal manacles, when the power units are exhausted he has spares in his belt. He also has retractable slippers, released at the click of his heels. The headgear includes a radio transceiver, and oxygen is supplied through oxy-gum, which Marine Boy chews and receives hours of oxygenation.
He has a weapon — a boomerang made of a hardened alloy that can cut through many materials, which folds on a spring; when unfolded and thrown it generates a powerful electric shock.

The Hulk is the alter persona of Bruce Banner — a socially withdrawn and emotionally reserved physicist.

Bruce’s alter personas are demons represented by a large green humanoid (this humanoid represents Bruce’s demonic possession, the same as that of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson (The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde and Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk are also about demonic possession)) that has superhuman-strength, speed, endurance, is able to hold its breath for long periods of time and is immune to viruses and disease; that often acts as a personality that hates Bruce.

Hulk has been represented by several different personalities based on Bruce’s fractured psyche, ranging from mindless savage to brilliant warrior, which are the demons that control him.

Hulk

Hulk

Wonder Woman is a hybrid. Hybrids are the result of gene mutation caused by the fallen angels in the pre-flood world, when they married human women and had children with them, and later in the post-flood world, when the aquatic hybrids that survived the flood also mated with human women to create more hybrids (see Pagan gods). She is a warrior princess of the Amazons (see Who is the Neanderthal man?) and has superhuman-strength, agility, flight, speed, healing factor and superior hand-to-hand combat and battle skills. She is equipped with indestructible bracelets, a weaponised tiara, the Lasso of Truth and a magical sword. Wonder Woman fights for justice, peace, love and sexual equality.

Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman

Aquaman, also known as Arthur Curry and Orin, is a superhero and ruler of the seas. As the king of Atlantis and other underwater territories, he technically controls most of the planet. His abilities include super-strength, durability, super-speed, staying underwater indefinitely, and telepathy, which he uses to communicate with sea life. His aquatic nature means he requires water regularly at the risk of dehydration, although he is perfectly capable of staying on land for extended periods. The Aquaman family also includes his wife Mera, and his side-kicks Aqualad and Aquagirl, along with a number of others, fighting together against villains. He is also a founding member of the Justice League of America. Aquaman is an amphibious, aquatic hybrid.

Aquaman

Aquaman

Steve Austin is The Six Million Dollar Man. He is bionic, a former astronaut with bionic implants, and works for a fictional government office known as OSI as a secret agent. When Steve was severely injured in the crash of an experimental aircraft, he is rebuilt in an operation that costs six million dollars. His right arm, both legs and left eye are replaced with bionic implants that enhance his strength, speed and vision far above human ability.

The Six Million Dollar Man

The Six Million Dollar Man

The Fantastic Four are mutants (like the X-Men). Gene mutation is caused by the corruption of our DNA by the fallen angels. They are Mister Fantastic (Reed Williams), a scientific genius and the leader of the group, who can stretch his body into incredible lengths and shapes; the Invisible Woman (Susan ‘Sue’ Storm), who eventually married Reed and can render herself invisible and later project powerful force fields; the Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Sue’s younger brother, who can generate flames, surround himself with them and fly; and the monstrous Thing (Ben Grimm), their friend and Reed’s former college roommate and a former college football star, a good pilot who possesses superhuman-strength and endurance due to the nature of his stone-like flesh.

Fantastic Four

Fantastic Four

Inspector Gadget is a cyborg. His name is John Brown, and he is a detective with various bionic gadgets built into his body, which he can summon by saying, ‘Go-Go-Gadget’ then the gadget’s name. His gadgets include binoculars, skates, springs, a neck-tie lasso, a parachute, a respirator, skis, pulleys, eyeballs that pop out of his head and spy on people, extra hands and the Gadgetphone built into one of his hands (he is said to have 14,000 gadgets in all).

Inspector Gadget

Inspector Gadget

Tony Stark, an American billionaire playboy, industrialist and ingenious engineer, suffers a severe chest injury during a kidnapping in which his captors attempt to force him to build a weapon of mass destruction. He instead creates a powered suit of armour to save his life and escape captivity. Tony later uses the suit and successive versions to protect the world as the bionic Iron Man.

Iron Man

Iron Man

He has genius-level intellect, a cyberpathic link with a prior version of his powered armoured suit, superhuman strength and durability, supersonic flight, energy repulsors, missiles and regenerative life support. Through his corporation — Stark Industries — Tony has created many military weapons, some of which, along with other technological devices of his making, have been integrated into his suit, helping him fight crime.

The Transformers are fallen angels. They are giant humanoid robots that can transform into vehicles, planes, humans and animals. Fallen angels and demons are able to shape-shift and take on the form of anything on earth — plants, trees, animals, humans, furniture, cars, planes, etc.

Transformers

Transformers

Our Superheroes are Yahshua, Archangels and Angels. Only They can save us from the evil of this world.

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