The Sun, The Mirror and The Star
The Sun, The Mirror and The Star
In Britain The Sun (1964-) tabloid newspaper and The Mirror (1903-) were famous for their photographs of nude women defined as ‘topless’, because they removed their bra for the ‘shoot’, but kept their knickers on, so parents weren’t disturbed by questions from children about what they could see when the women had their knickers off. Of course that made for a generation of ignorance, because that’s what the majority of children were expected to understand, that is, they were blind and shouldn’t see which, together with the folk tradition gleaned from the Bible, that masturbation was punishable by blindness, meant that the terminology ‘nude shoot’ used by glamour photographers assumed greater significance in the age of the video that facilitated the making of real life recording of people being killed and filmed for the entertainment of armchair viewers at home with VCR equipment. In other words, the taboo against nude women with or without their knickers, which could be purchased off the top shelf of newsagents that sold magazines such as Mayfair (1966-) by those aged 18 +, was a blinder’s prohibition used by the evil to handicap generations of people who believed they were Christian moralists.
It was the 15th century figure of Prince Vlad Dracul of Wallachia that gave rise to the legend of the vampire, because he impaled his victims on stakes of wood, which gruesome act was later adapted by Irish writer, Bram Stoker, in his novel Dracula (1897), about a vampire that could only be killed by exposure to direct sunlight, decapitation, or a stake of wood through the heart. As vampires traditionally can’t be seen in mirrors, The Mirror, that began publishing nude women in its pages after The Sun was re-launched with its Page 3 girls under the stewardship of Rupert Murdoch in 1969, although it stopped the appearance of nude women in its pages in the 1980s as a token of respect for the undead, corresponds to that aspect of the legend in which the vampire can’t be seen, while The Sun signifies the death of the vampire exposed to direct sunlight, and The Star (1978-) newspaper, which began publishing color nude photos of women on its page 7 some years after the other major tabloids, The Mirror (page 5) and The Sun, represents the fact pointed out to readers of the teaching of the Jewish Messiah, Jesus, in the New Testament of the Bible, by his disciple, John, that the child decapitated by the draco vampire can’t reach the stars beneath Sol, the Earth’s daystar: ‘The dragon stood before the woman who was about to give birth so that it might devour her child the moment it was born.’ (Rev: 12. 4)
Jesus’ teaching during the period of the occupation of Jewish Palestine by the Roman Empire was sufficiently political to result in his death insofar as it advocated collaboration, which brought him into conflict with the Jewish religious police, the Pharisees, and ultimately led to his being betrayed for ‘thirty pieces of silver’ by his disciple, Judas Iscariot, who observed that a child born uncontaminated by male semen from his mother, the Virgin Mary, was woman’s seed, so a threat to the male brained hegemony of men as the host womb slaver of women’s human futanarian species: ‘Love your neighbor as you love yourself.’ (Mk: 12. 31) God told the first woman created by God, Eve, in the Old Testament of the Bible, which was the history and law of the Jews, that is, their Torah and Talmud in the Hebrew language, that her ‘seed’ would have ‘enmity’ with the serpent’s seed of the draco vampire, that is, the ‘red dragon’ of Revelation, although there’d be Redemption: ‘You shall crush the head of the serpent with your foot, but he will bruise your heel.’ (Gen: 3. 15) In simple terms, when Eve’s seed was able to breed, her brainpower would return, that is, women’s period of decapitation would be over, which was symbolized in Christian iconography as Jesus’ mother, the Virgin Mary, crushing the head of the serpent with her foot.
When Jesus was taken to the hill of Calvary outside the city of Jerusalem and nailed to a cross of wood to die there it was because Judas had found him alone with a woman. Judas suggested that the ‘perfume’ be sold, but Jesus refused: ‘Leave her alone.’ (Mk: 14. 6) Judas’ response was to betray Jesus as woman’s seed, that is, Jesus wasn’t a male braining slaver of the human host womb of the futanarian race. However, after Jesus’ death he experienced Resurrection and Ascension to heaven in prefiguration of that of woman’s seed, whose destiny it was to have Redemption through medical science’s capacity to confer permanence of memory and youthful immortality as well as the starship technology to take their species to colonize the planets amongst the stars, where 100, 000 women could produce 1.5 billion souls in 34 years, for example. Consequently, the UK newspapers, The Mirror, The Sun, and The Star represent the myth of the vampire that can’t be seen in the woman’s mirror, and it can’t be seen in the sunlight that it’s there to prevent women’s seed from reaching the stars above the Earth in heaven, although the absence of the women’s penis from her knickers is the sign of its existence as a blood drinking parasite that has drained the life out of the human race for the sake of the snuff of a woman under its nose.