Dan Majestic writes from Hollywood: As another superhero blockbuster, The Avengers, breaks all box office records in America grossing $200 million in its first weekend of release it’s probably a good time to remind everyone that the very concept of superheroes is a Satanic one. Yes, superheroes come directly from the conveyor belt of the Man from Downstairs, or Woman, as some feminists insist.
Let me explain. The whole nature of superpowers, even if they are presented as a force for good, can only be evil in its origin. Why? Because superpowers would never be given to people by the forces of good. The Almighty would never dream of putting people through a test that they would never be able to pass. It’s the same with obscene wealth. God would never give huge amounts of money to good, decent people because they would simply be unable to resist all the nasty temptations that come with vast personal riches. The obscenely rich, I’m afraid, are the servants of the Man from Downstairs. Or Woman, if you’re a feminist. That is why they do what they do and, as the eternal truth states, have as much chance of entering God’s Kingdom as a camel passing through the eye of a needle.
But if you don’t believe me, and I bet there a lot of you out there, fans of the supernatural and lovers of films about superheroes, just cast a glance at the superheroes themselves. They all look Satanic, with their weird costumes and total lack of understanding how to use their remarkable powers that they usually acquire under very sinister circumstances. Not to mention that every time superheroes try to save the world they cause enormous damage to it along the way.
And another thing about superheroes: practically all of them are usually sad, pathetic individuals in their daily lives and acquire their superpowers without making any effort, as obscene fortunes are made. And that is classical Satanism, if the word ‘classical’ can be used in this context. The idea behind it is that you don’t really need to do anything to succeed. You just sort of hope to be in the right place at the right time, and, with luck, sell your soul to the highest bidder at a drop of a hat. And then –bam! You’re a superhero, or a billionaire.
But there’s another sinister side to it all. Normal people in superhero epics are always portrayed as losers, as extras in the great adventures of the freaks in weird costumes with small penises that don’t even show through their tights. (Superheroes wear tights a lot you know.) That is why you see so many of the ‘ordinaries’ getting killed or maimed or buried under the rubble of buildings that the superheroes demolish in their battles with some other freaks dressed in weird costumes.
And if you still don’t believe me then tell me this: how can a superhero who calls himself Batman be a good guy? Or Spiderman, or Phantom, or Shadow? And how can the sick and twisted mutants from the X-Men franchise, who look like they’ve just come out of hell itself, be the good guys?
Think about it when you go to see another superhero epic.