Saturday, January 10, 2009

Why is this Vampire wearing the Star of David?

From the 1931 movie "Dracula," starring Bela Lugosi. The picture might be a bit grainy, but it's obvious "Dracula" is wearing the six-sided Star of David.

Proudly in view for his victims to see.
What is it about murderous bloodsuckers and the Star of David?

Know of any other murderous bloodsuckers that aren't a Hollywood creation, but are stalking the Earth like a vampire, killing at will and helping their Master to drink the blood of innocents?

Source: Greg Bacon at WUFYS

I could find no references of Lugosi being jewish, sources say he was raised Catholic, so it most likely wasn't his idea to wear the Star of David.

From Wikipedia: Count Dracula (his first name is never given in the novel) is a centuries-old vampire, sorcerer and Transylvanian nobleman, who claims to be a Székely descended from Attila the Hun.

Attila the Hun has historically been connected to the Khazars who converted to Talmudic Judaism, so the jewish connection in Bram Stoker's novel is there.

This connection may have been recognized by someone in the movie production but probably not in 1931. Maybe because Universal Studios was a jewish run outfit the Star of David was an inside joke as they realized that throughout history jews were 'vampires.'


Bela Lugosi's Dead - Trent Reznor and Peter Murphy

I like this version better than the original Bauhaus one.
'White on White'

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