It’s Only Arachnid Roll
It’s Only Arachnid Roll
The unexplained mystery of the New Testament of the Bible which details the life of the Jewish Messiah, Jesus ‘Christ’, is the stone rolled away from his tomb after his death by crucifixion at the hands of the Roman Empire then occupying Palestine. According to the Gospels written by Jesus’ disciples, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, which corroborate the event, Jesus was taken to the hill of Calvary outside the city of Jerusalem where he was nailed to a cross of wood and died there as a ‘dissident’ who preached, ‘Love your neighbor as you love yourself.’ (Mk: 12. 31) This basis of what became the religion of Christianity was the essence of the New Testament of the Bible, which superseded the Old Testament of the Jews, that is, the Talmud and Torah, which is their law and history. Jesus experienced resurrection and ascension to heaven after his death, according to the Gospels, although mystery surrounds the rolling away from his tomb the stone that sealed the entrance.
Jesus’ disciple, John, subsequently wrote an apocalyptic vision of the future in which Jesus returned from heaven to implement God’s punishment upon the evil, which is ‘eternal unendurable pain’, that is, perdition, although Jesus’ return is through the womb of a mother, rather than as a spaceman, ‘The dragon stood before the woman who was about to give birth to devour her child the moment it was born.’ (Rev: 12. 4) Because Jesus was born from his mother, the Virgin Mary, uncontaminated by male semen, his initial sojourn upon the Earth is definable in those terms. As futanarian women can sexually reproduce with each other, they fulfil God’s promise to the first created woman, Eve, ‘You shall crush the head of the serpent with your foot, but he will bruise your heel.’ (Gen: 3. 15) In other words, Jesus’ resurrection and ascension to heaven prefigures that of women as a single species. Consequently, the figure of the serpent and the dragon represent the enemy of the human race, who is named Satan in the Bible. Though obfuscated throughout the eons it’s perfectly clear what Satan is: host womb slavery. Consequently, the stone rolled away from Jesus’ tomb symbolizes escape. According to the Bible, Satan was the angel in heaven, who was turned into a serpent for rejecting God’s plan that the human host should be greater than the angelic. Jesus’ resurrection and escape from what lies behind the stone is a description of what Satan is, a trapdoor spider, or ctenizidae.
Although the serpent which becomes a dragon is suggestive of a pre-hominid evolution in the Mesozoic period of Earth’s history 248 m.a., before humanoids began to appear 220 m.a., the description of the escape bid of ‘woman’s seed’ is more suggestive of a fly trapped in a spider’s web and trying to escape being eaten. In ancient Greece homosexuality in pederasty for war enslaved the host wombs of women institutionally, that is, the spider is alien, and homosexuality is its valence. By the late 20th century a variant of the simian SIV 1 virus was being spread by homosexuals mixing blood, shit and semen in each other’s anus in rejection of the human mode of sexual reproduction which, because futanarian women sexually reproduce as a separate species of ‘woman’s seed`, meant that the ‘incurable killer disease’ variant of SIV 1, HIV/AIDS, was the alien’s ‘biological weapon’ launched against what remained of the human race: `The dragon was wroth with the woman and went to make war on the remnant of her seed.’ (Rev: 13. 8) Consequently, although Satan is depicted as a saurian, that is, a serpent which, in John’s apocalyptic Revelation of the future, has grown into the devouring ‘red dragon’ of war, he more closely resembles an arachnoid using the host womb of the human race to prevent it from running away:
‘Little Miss Muffet
Sat on a tuffet,
Eating her curds and whey;
Along came a spider
Who sat down beside her
And frightened Miss Muffet away.’2
The history of the late 20th and early 21st century is that of a race attempting to run and being trapped by its arachnoid enemy, for example, in the nursery rhyme, ‘Little Miss Muffet’ (1805), she’s eating curds when a spider sits beside her frighteningly. As the British Empire was adjured to police Iraq and its Kurds (1918-33), the rhyme became a metaphor for those caught, for example, Iraq’s President Saddam Hussein, who was found guilty of war crimes against the Iraqi curds. When the Boston Marathon was disrupted by terrorist bombs on April 15th 2013, it was a further attempt to prevent the human race from running. The metaphor originally had come from the science fiction novel by William F. Nolan, Logan’s Run, which presented a society that killed everyone who reached the age of 21 because of scarce resources. Seeking to escape, Logan is a ‘runner’. When the Al Qaeda terrorist group, ‘the base’, led by Saudi Arabia’s Osama ben Laden, and operating under the auspices of the notoriously misogynist Taliban regime of Afghanistan, hijacked civil airliners at Boston’s Logan airport on September 11, 2001, it was ‘pay 21’, that is, 9/11 was 9+11 = 20, because the winner of a card game of ‘blackjack’ is 21, that is, it was time for the ‘runners’ to be killed, before the 21st century was mature enough to abjure war.
The World Trade Center (WTC) was chosen as the target for the terrorists, because ‘rough trade’1 is the term applied to homosexuals’ ‘brutality and violence’, which explains the crashing of the hijacked planes into the Twin Towers of the WTC. Precipitating a ‘spider war’ within the human race, the homosexuals corresponded to Satan, the arachnoid, seeking to trap ‘woman’s seed’ within its web of deceit. Because the pitcher is described as pitching from a ‘rubber’ in baseball, Al Qaeda, ‘the base’, was the Islamic picture attempting to erase the batter’s. In baseball, it’s ‘three strikes and you’re out’, so the plane that crashed into the Defense Department of the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, was the second strike, although the plane that crashed at Shanksville, Pennsylvania, because the passengers intervened, meant that the third probable strike on the White House residence of the President of the United States, George W. Bush, in Washington, D.C., failed, that is, the batter for Judeo-Christianity had survived. Iraq’s dictator, Saddam Hussein, was deposed for publicly supporting Al Qaeda, ‘the base’, after the US’ army’s invasion in 2003, which meant that the US’ ‘big hitter’ had begun. The rise of Hussein’s putative successor, Abu Bakhr Al Baghdadi, who was the rebel declared Caliph of an Independent State of Iraq and Syria in 2014, meant that the ‘game’ of baseball was continuing amongst the spiders, because the human race of ‘woman’s seed’ had been duped into supporting it.
The murder of Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi Arabian consulate in Turkey by a hit squad apparently wearing MP3 players and listening to music, so that they couldn’t hear the sound of the chainsaws or their victim’s screams, has implications for the accusation often levelled at western pop music, which is ‘haraam’ or forbidden in the Moslem nations of Islam that follow the teaching of the Koran (610-30 C.E.) given to the Prophet, Mohamed, according to Islamic tradition, by the angels of God, because its lyrics are ‘Satanic’. It was Salman Rushdie’s use of some verses from the Koran describing the goddesses, Al-Lat, Manat, and Al Uzza, which resulted in a ‘fatwah’ being declared, that is, a call for anyone to kill him for writing his novel, The Satanic Verses (1988), quoting sura An Najm, ‘The Star’:
‘So have you considered al-Lat and al-'Uzza?
And Manat, the third - the other one?
Is the male for you and for him the female?
That, then, is an unjust division.’ (19-22)
The goddesses were apparently worshipped at the Ka’ Ba in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, which was later associated with Abraham, the father of Isaac, who founded Judaism. Abraham’s wife, Sara, barren thereafter, gave her maid, Hajer, to him. She bore Ishmael, the founder of Islam, through his descendant, Mohamed, although Judeo-Christianity claims that Islam is illegitimate because Hajer was unwed. Moreover, the four wives permitted Moslems by the Koran are viewed by Judeo-Christianity as a retroactive attempt to legitimize Ishmael, and so Islam, whereas the four wife Islamic marriage actually affords the possibility of women reproducing with each other as the species of ‘woman’s seed’ within the family, and so it approximates to what was meant by the pre-Islamic worship of the goddesses Al-Lat, Manat, and Al-Uzza, that is, the expression of the desire of a race seeking to colonize the planets amongst the stars through an emphasis upon the sexual reproduction of the brainpower it needs to get there through its species of ‘woman’s seed’.
Often criticized for being ‘Satanic’ in its verses, ‘rock’ music actually affords an insight into the mind of the arachnid intermingled with the human; for example, ‘Sympathy For The Devil’ by the rock group, The Rolling Stones, describes Satan as a character actor who’s enjoyed many parts, because he’s an arachnoid whose consciousness is intermingled with the humanoid. As the saurian consciousness of the Mesozoic period of Earth’s history 248 m.a. was, before they succumbed to what parasitologists term ‘parasitoid’ devourers of the host:
‘I rode a tank
Held a general's rank
When the blitzkrieg raged
And the bodies stank.’3
The emblem of the Germany that incinerated 20, 000, 000 Jews during the reign of its Chancellor, Adolf Hitler, elected as leader of a National Socialist (Nazi) Party in 1933 and dictator during that nation’s Second World War campaign to enslave the Earth, was the ‘crooked cross’ or swastika, which was a spider. The Rolling Stones’ lyric to ‘Sympathy For The Devil’ suggests Hitler was an arachnoid. When Kuwait was invaded by Saddam Hussein’s army in 1990, it was annoyed by Iraq, that is, arachnoid. Consequently, although rock music lyrics have often been accused of Satanism, in fact they’re illuminating in this area, for example, Mott The Hoople’s ‘Roll Away The Stone’ is about Jesus’ escape from the trapdoor spider:
‘Won't you roll away the stone
Why be cold and so alone?4
Even the title of popular ‘pop’ music, that is, ‘rock ‘n’ roll’, is Christian, although most commentators assert that it’s a metaphor for sex, which explains The Rolling Stones’ composition, ‘It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll’, ‘I know it’s only rock ‘n’ roll, but I like it, like it, yes I do.’5 Far from being Satanic, rock ‘n’ roll celebrates the resurrection and ascension to heaven of Jesus ‘Christ’, the Messiah, or it’s a Satanic description of the trapping of humanity by ctenizidae, that is, trapdoor spiders, who’re arachnoid roll music, ‘I am the door.’ (John: 10. 9) No one escapes from the spider save through Jesus, because he’s ‘woman’s seed’, while it’s the devourers of the human race that are the arachnoize:
‘Cum on feel the noise;
Girls rock your boys:
We get wild, wild, wild
Wild, wild, wild.
So you think I got an evil mind;
I'll tell you honey:
That I don't know why.
I don't know why.’6
Slade were a popular British rock group, who popularized their image by playing on the meaning of the band’s name, for example, Slade Alive (1972), a concert recording, while Slayed? (1972), their third album, contained the track, ‘Gudbuy T’Jane’: ‘Goodbye to Jane, goodbye to Jane, spits on me cos' she knows that she can.’7 The lyric actually means that Jane constitutes a good bite, that is, good bite o’ Jane. Meat is spit on a barbecue, after it’s slain by men, while ‘can’ is an American euphemism for tinning meat, that is, after lying with men on Cannery Row (1945), for example, a John Steinbeck novel in which ‘bum’ is a euphemism for derelict humanity, Jane’s meet, and then she’s a good bite spat on a barbecue, while her children are reconstituted meat for a butcher’s chain. Or, to put it another way, all ‘bums’8 aren’t free, because of the sleeve (condom), while women remain chains’ slaves. Moreover, the human species of ‘woman’s seed’ has to accept that it’s ‘shafted’,9 if it wants to be meet enough to be livestock footage, which is what it is for arachnoids.
1 rough trade (n.), ‘male homosexuals who are or affect to be rugged and potentially violent’, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/rough%20trade .
2 ‘Little Miss Muffet’, Songs For The Nursery, 1805, Roud Folk Song Index # 20605.
3 Jagger, Mick, and Keith Richards ‘Sympathy For The Devil’, The Rolling Stones, Beggars Banquet, Decca, 1968.
4 Hunter, Ian ‘Roll Away The Stone’, Mott The Hoople, The Hoople, Columbia, 1974.
5 Jagger, Mick, and Keith Richards ‘It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll’, The Rolling Stones, Rolling Stones, 1974.
6 Holder, Noddy, and Jim Lea ‘Cum On Feel The Noize’, Slade, Polydor, 1973.
7 Holder, Noddy, and Jim Lea ‘Gudbuy T’ Jane’, Slade, Slayed?, Polydor, 1972.
8 Steinbeck, John Cannery Row, Viking Press, Chapter 2, paragraph 2, 1945.
9 ‘Shafted’, how horse [whores] are yoked, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/shaft .