Walter Benjamin is a legend among Marxists and left-wing activists today. His influence on the ideology of division and control known as critical theory, or more recently termed as critical race theory, is undeniable. He and his comrades of the Frankfurt School combined predatory political strategy with the mysticism of the Kabbalah to create the necessary conditions for the “voluntary servitude of the masses.”
One of Benjamin’s most famous quotes puts it in a nut shell,
The idea of progress must be grounded in catastrophe. That things are ‘status quo,’ is the catastrophe.
They can try to conceal their intentions, but the high priests of the Frankfurt school have always had one thing in mind. Willi Munzenberg, a Frankfurt School fellow “scholar” of Benjamin’s, was more direct when he said, “We must organize the intellectuals and use them to make Western civilization stink! Only then, after they have corrupted all its values and made life impossible, can we impose the dictatorship of the proletariat.”
The Frankfurt School specializes in the use of the Hegelian dialectic. Whether it’s problem-crisis-solution, or, thesis-antithesis-synthesis, or “order out of chaos,” it refers to the same playbook. Find a society’s pressure points and weaknesses, then hammer away at them relentlessly until “the masses” demand a change toward more control. You just keep repeating the process until you get there.
Official history claims that Walter Benjamin committed suicide in northern Spain on September 26, 1940 to avoid reparation back to France to face the Nazis, who were on his trail. However numerology and gematria give us some other things to consider. Did Walter Benjamin just end up honestly killing himself as the only way out of going to a concentration camp, or was there more at work in secret? Let’s look at some facts.
Walter Benjamin died on a day with 49 life-lesson numerology.
The word Benjamin, his last name, has 49 gematria.
As we’ll see more clearly in a bit, Benjamin saw himself as an enemy of society and religion in general and Western civilization and Christianity in particular. Therefore, it’s fitting that his name shares a gematrical pattern with the word Antichrist.
Walter Benjamin was born on July 15, 1892. From his last birthday in 1940, until the day he died, there was a span of 73 days. The word sacrifice equals 73.
History tells us that Benjamin committed suicide by taking morphine tablets, a painless but effective way to go.
The numbers add up to Jesuit involvement, which seems even more credible when one considers that the Jesuits have always had the same goals as the Frankfurt School, the breakdown of normal society, in order to make it ripe for takeover and transformation.
There is also reason to suspect that Stalin’s KGB assassins killed Benjamin . Even the Walter Benjamin memorial website endorses the film Who Killed Walter Benjamin which explores this possibility. However, the film just so happens to be 73 minutes long, which lines up with the gematria for sacrifice and is also the number of days between Benjamin’s last birthday and his death.
Josef Stalin even admitted that he had been trained by Jesuits, which took place at the Tiflis Spiritual Seminary.
Perhaps the story about Benjamin committing suicide to escape capture by Nazis was a fabrication to protect the guilty.
When considering possible collusion between the Jesuits, Hitler and Stalin one cannot overlook how the red flag of the Jesuits looks eerily similar to the flags of the USSR, Nazi Germany and Communist China.
At the time of his death, Walter Benjamin’s work was quite obscure. Nowadays, thanks to his comrades at New York’s Columbia University and other institutions, Benjamin’s status has grown steadily ever since, to now legendary proportions.
The Jesuits first attempt at Communism took place during the 17th and 18th century. They organized collective farms known as reductions, located along the border lands of Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina. This state of affairs was made possible through Pope Alexander VI’s division of the New World between Spain and Portugal on September 26, 1493. Loyola lived a little later in the 16th century, as there was a span of 47 years between the papal decree and the establishment of the Jesuits. However, both Loyola and the pope were Spaniards. They also both came from the Pyrenees region of Spain where Walter Benjamin met his end in 1940 on a day with 49 numerology.
Another thing to consider is that the Jesuits were celebrating their 400th anniversary the very next day, on September 27, 1940. On this day in 1540, Pope Paul III signed the charter that established the Jesuit Order as an official body of the Church.
It must have been a great time for the Jesuits with World War II raging and the signing of the Tripartite Pact going on to enhance the overall effect. For, on September 27, 1940, the Axis powers, Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy and Imperial Japan formed their short-lived alliance, more than likely in tribute to the Jesuits.
Benjamin’s numerology and gematria shows even more in this line of inquiry. Benjamin was born on July 15, 1892, a day with 42 life-lesson numerology.
The word Jesuit equals 42 in reverse-reduction gematria.
Portbou, Spain, on the Catalan coast is the town where Benjamin is reported to have committed suicide. It’s located along the 42nd-degree line of longitude.
The name Walter Benjamin has 231 gematria. 231 is the 21st triangular number, which means if you add the numbers from 1 to 21, you have a sum of 231.
There’s something else significant about 231. Since 231 is the 21st triangular number and 21 is also the 6th triangular number, that make 231 a doubly-triangular number. Yes, there are such things in the world of mathematics.
Please keep that concept of “double triangles” in mind for later. But here’s another tidbit, it has been noted by numerologists and biblical scholars that 666 is also a doubly triangular number, since it is the 36th triangular number, and 36 is the 8th triangular number. The word Jesuit also has 21 gematria.
Benjamin admits to visualizing himself as Satan during a hashish session and projecting his identity on the half-smiling “angel” of Paul Klee’s painting below, Angelus Novus.
Here is a sample of what Benjamin read into this meager work from the essay On the Concept of History, written shortly before his death..
… Angelus Novus shows an angel looking as though he is about to move away from something he is fixedly contemplating. His eyes are staring, his mouth is open, his wings are spread. This is how one pictures the angel of history. His face is turned toward the past. Where we perceive a chain of events, he sees one single catastrophe which keeps piling wreckage upon wreckage and hurls it in front of his feet. The angel would like to stay, awaken the dead, and make whole what has been smashed. But a storm is blowing from Paradise; it has got caught in his wings with such violence that the angel can no longer close them. The storm irresistibly propels him into the future to which his back is turned, while the pile of debris before him grows skyward. This storm is what we call progress.
Benjamin’s friend Gershom Scholem, a fellow kabbalist and Frankfurt School alumnus, explains that Benjamin identified with Satan himself as an agent of destruction.
I‘ve included Scholem’s article below.
In the article, Scholem says that Benjamin was in effect a “Marxist rabbi” who had young Marxists quoting him like ‘Holy Writ.” It interesting that Benjamin died on a day with 94 full-method numerology and the word Rabbi has Jewish gematria of 94.
There’s also a strong relationship between the gematria of Walter Benjamin and that of ninety-four.
We should also never forget the numbers that add up behind the word conspiracy.
The things he liked most about Blanqui were his appeals for terror, violence, and overthrow by conspiracy. Revolution would have to be carried out by a well-placed and organized elite. The following excerpt is long , but it’s prime example of the malice, hatred and darkness of Benjamin’s mindset.
The subject of historical cognition is the battling, oppressed class itself. In Marx it steps forwards as the final enslaved and avenging class, which carries out the work of emancipation in the name of generations of downtrodden to its conclusion. ….This consciousness, in the course of three decades… succeeded in almost completely erasing the name of Blanqui, whose distant thunder… had made the preceding century tremble. It contented itself with assigning the working-class the role of the savior of future generations. It thereby severed the sinews of its greatest power. Through this schooling the class forgot its hate as much as its spirit of sacrifice. For both nourish themselves on the picture of enslaved forbears, not on the ideal of the emancipated heirs.
For Benjamin, exploiting animosity and hate is how to seize power. There are no goals beyond that of pulling down modern civilization itself. The fact that Blanqui refused to make any post-revolution plans for the Paris revolutions he helped instigate is one of the things Benjamin liked most about him.
It’s also interesting that Benjamin writes of sacrifice in the time leading up to his alleged suicide. The story goes that he sent the manuscript of On the Concept of History to Hannah Arendt, a journalist for the New Yorker sometime in 1940.
Since Benjamin was built into a Marxist god through critical praise and required college reading lists, he eventually required a memorial monument. It’s called “Passages” and it overlooks the sea just outside the Portbou municipal cemetery where Benjamin is buried, they say.
Passages was inaugurated on May 15, 1994. We’ve already discussed the 94/49 date numerology on September 26, 1940. From September 26, 1993 the 53rd anniversary of Walter Benjamin’s death, leading up to the May 15, 1994 was a span of 231 days. As we covered earlier, Walter Benjamin has reverse-ordinal gematria of 231.
As can be seen in the picture above, the entrance of the Passages memorial evokes the imagery of double triangles. With 231 and 666 both being double triangular numbers, as discussed earlier, and the “going down” momentum of the staircase, the symbolism points in the direction of a Satanic sacrifice.
If we measure 231 days from May 15, 1994 we arrive at the date January 1, 1995, the 114th anniversary of Auguste Blanqui’s death on New Years Day in 1881.
The deliberate use of gematria and numerology by the “illumined” elite, who have promoted Benjamin, becomes even more undeniable when we see this. The date numerology for September 26, 1994 corresponds with both the simple-English gematria and full-reduction gematria for Walter Benjamin. 147/57
According to the Passages website, there is an 87-step staircase, with no reason provided for the chosen number. Yet, through gematria it becomes clear. The 87 corresponds with the reverse-reduction gematria of Walter Benjamin.
Passages has simple-English gematria of 87, linking up with the 87-steps and the gematria of Walter Benjamin. The 48 that appears in reverse-reduction gematria of Passages corresponds with Walter Benjamin’s age when he died. It also matches with the gematria for Illuminati.
As I was researching this article, it caused me to speculate on the idea of Satanic martyrdom and rebirth, as a reversal and negation of Christianity. The calculator came back with a relevant response.
The day that Walter Benjamin died September 26, 1940 leaves 96 days in the year.
The artist who was commissioned to build the memorial was Dani Karavan whose name also has 96 gematria.