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D.C. Comics recently: announced that Wonder Woman is queer!
In a move that would never have occurred when they created her in the 1940s, DC Comics has announced that their most acclaimed heroine is attracted to both men and women. That’s right, ladies and gentlemen, Wonder Woman is officially bisexual.
Wonder Woman was used as psychological propaganda for the new type of woman who could rule the world, declared the psychologist and comic book writer William Moulton Marston, offering a proto-feminist vision that undoubtedly sounded quite radical in 1943. “Not even girls want to be girls so long as our feminine archetype lacks force, strength and power. Not wanting to be girls, they don’t want to be tender, submissive, peace-loving as good women are.” he sent on to say.
For several years in the 1950s, the only three superheroes to have their own comic book were Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman.
Early Wonder Woman comics were filled with depictions of women in bondage, bound, stripped, gagged and tortured. Wonder Woman ended up strapped-down and tied up in almost every episode. But she always broke free.
Now…. 2016 now she is bisexual.
During a candid interview with Comicosity, Wonder Woman comic writer Greg Rucka gave the world confirmation, saying that there is no real concept of gay on the fictional island of Themyscira.
Thats the key FICTIONAL!
Wonder Woman Is Bisexual in Jewish Gematria Equals: 2826
Divine Warrior of the Apocalypse in Jewish Gematria Equals 2826
So why has this possibly occurred?
Over the course of her 75-year comic book run, Wonder Woman’s romantic story arc has been largely represented by her relationship with soldier Steve Trevor, who first met the Amazon Princess after he washed up on Paradise Island and up until now, getting in the way of Wonder Woman’s relationships with other women was always Steve Trevor, the Token Boyfriend. The Lois Lane to Wonder Woman’s Superman, he seems to exist only to be rescued
The real Amazons were long believed to be purely imaginary. (of course they were)!
Amazonian princess were strong and resourceful, with a rope trick for every problem.
They were the mythical warrior women who were the archenemies of the ancient Greeks. Herodotus reported that they were related to the Scythians (Iranian people) and placed them in a region bordering Scythia in Sarmatia (modern territory of Ukraine). But this powerful race of women came from IRELAND!
In some versions of the myth, no men were permitted to have sexual encounters or reside in Amazonian country; but once a year, in order to prevent their race from dying out, they visited the Gargareans, a neighbouring tribe. The male children who were the result of these visits were either killed or sent back to their fathers or exposed in the wilderness to fend for themselves; the girls were kept and brought up by their mothers, and trained in agricultural pursuits, hunting, and the art of war.
So a tribe of Women living on an Island., are all gay! This revelation might not come as a surprise to many Wonder Woman fans, as her mother Queen Hippolyta is often coupled with Philippus. With powers granted by the goddesses of Olympus, Diana Prince (Wonder Woman) quickly grew strong. And with a thousand aunts and sisters to guide her, she swiftly mastered the ways of the Amazons. Her appetite for learning was voracious and Diana soon mastered all the skills of a warrior. She became expert at archery, swordplay, and all the martial arts practiced on Themyscira for thousands of years…
Back to this bisexual term now branded with an iron, there was another clue left, just back in 2015 during what was termed at the time a ‘history-making issue’ that was written and illustrated by Jason Badower, an Australian-born, L.A.-based designer. In this issue Wonder Woman explains to Super Man’s alter ego, Clark Kent, that one of the brides is a friend of hers whom she met on a humanitarian mission. Kent tells her he didn’t know she was a “proponent of gay marriage,” to which she has the most perfect reply.
“Clark, my country is all women,” she tells him. “To us, it’s not gay marriage, it’s just marriage.”
Badower told Australian newspaper The Age that his story was inspired by recent marriage equality legislation in the U.S. and his native Australia, namely the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent legalisation of gay marriage.
“I saw this Wonder Woman story as an incredible opportunity to have one of the most recognizable, iconic characters in the world to be among the first to step forward and officially endorse this new law,” Badower told The Huffington Post. “But I thought, let’s not just have Wonder Woman embrace this new law, let’s have her celebrate it.”
So is this a Luciferian Concept like so many are saying?
Yes and NO. Throughout the various changes to her character in the comics — the variations on her origin (she was born from clay, she’s a god’s daughter), the changes to her costume (she wears shorts, she wears a skirt, she wears pants) — she has always remained true to that careful balance between feminine and masculine, between peace and war that Marston thought so important. He just didn’t say she was was Bisexual – which now is a luciferian concept.
” THE CORRUPTION OF THE ALGORYTHM,AS IN BISEXUAL INFERENCE,IS OF COURSE A LUCIFERIAN PLOY,THAT EMBROILS THE PLOT, AND THE TRANSVESTITURE TRANSVESTITE CODE IN THE TEXT.THESE BOTH RISE FROM THE INVESTITURE,WHICH IN ROOT, IS A PAGAN FEMALE HERALDING OF A FAE QUEEN,THE MOST POWERFUL WOMAN IN THE COSM. WONDER WOMAN, OR W W, RISES IN ANIMATION INTO WAVEFORM” Paul Welsh, 2016.
The Amazon civilization into which Wonder Woman was born (or sculpted, technically) was created by Greek gods, and Wonder Woman’s powers derive from them. In essence, she is Pagan in the word’s contemporary religious sense, although this does not appear to be a word she regularly applies to herself. Religious ritual and worship of the Greek gods is explicitly a part of the Amazon culture where Princess Diana was raised.
The story of Wonder Woman is an epic spanning over 30,000 years. It begins in prehistoric times, with the murder of a cavewoman heavy with child.
Wonder Woman , Daughter of Queen of the Amazons Hippolyta. Hippolyta herself was a reincarnation of the very cavewoman who had suffered a cruel death all those millennia ago. And Diana, a daughter she molded from clay on the island of Themyscira, was that unborn child. Princess Diana was granted the wisdom of Athena, the beauty of Aphrodite, the speed of Hermes, and other miraculous powers by her patron gods and goddesses.
Hippolyta awarded her beloved daughter talismans. Diana was armed with bulletproof bracelets that symbolised the Amazons’ ancestral enslavement by Heracles. She also carried the Golden Lasso of Hestia, a lariat that compelled anyone bound by its finely forged links to speak only the truth and we must not forget her Tiara that doubles up as a boomerang.
As Paul Welsh rightly so states
“Bangles, bracelets, five pointed stars and rope in the plait are all the rites of the witch. The tiara being gard of the fae queens in personage, and spinning creational garb changing vortices of the witch, embroil this algorythm below”.
‘Tis all in the name.
Inanna’s name derives from Lady of Heaven. Interestingly, Inanna’s symbol is an eight-pointed star or a rosette which as you will see below is now visible on her tiara and shield.
Diana – The goddess Diana, whose title was Lucifera, the Lightbringer, and The Romans named her Venus and has a dual nature and could seem unpredictable. Yet as both the goddess of love and war, with both masculine and feminine qualities as we see in Wonder Woman’s character.
Diana was one of the triple goddesses, the same goddess being called Luna in heaven, Diana on earth, and Proserpina in hell. Diana’s name is also used as the third divine name in a Wiccan energy chant- “Isis Astarte Diana Hecate Demeter Kali Inanna”
Today there is a branch of Wicca named for her, Dianic Wicca which is characterised by an exclusive focus on the feminine aspect of the Divine. One would say though, after reading the wiki entry, that its behaviour blends with that of the amazonians.
So with the new ‘birth’ of Wonder Woman, what else has changed?
Gone is Wonder Woman sporting the patriotic Stars and Stripes Pants and Boob Tube. She still, however, wears her tiara to represent her royal state which doubles up as a boomerang to attack her fleeing opponents. When harking back to history, her sisterhood oozes and her costume is very reminiscent of that reported to have been worn by Ancient Greeks. Wonder Woman’s bullet-repelling bracelets are the remnants of shackles worn by the Amazons after their conquest by Hercules, designated by the Greek goddesses as both a check on Amazon power and a necessary condition of it. Legend has it that If the bracelets are chained together by a man, an Amazon loses her superhuman strength.
Wonder Woman was originally designed during the Second World War and therefore a very patriotic theme was incorporated into her costume. At this point Wonder Woman was not considered to be an international hero, rather she was very much American. Many times after vanquishing an enemy she would say something like “better not to mess with the USA because American values are incorruptible.” Diana also worked for the Pentagon, (Pentacle – refer to reference about Talismans) so she was very much not an international hero, though of course she responded to global crises.
When she was first introduced and for a very short time, Wonder Woman was wearing a skirt.
This element would come back every now and then but it never lasts very long. In the 1950’s they played around with her having red roman sandals instead boots, to play up the Greek Amazonian part of her character. Not sure why they kept on adding heels, impossible to run in.
Bionic Woman vs Scantily Clad Classic Wonder Woman Linda Carter
What I love about the Wonder Woman that Marston originally created was that she was strong in an “inverted world” in which, instead of being the damsel in distress, Wonder Woman rescued the main male figure always!
So Wonder Woman now looks more earthy, more in-keeping with her own tribe. Without a shadow of a doubt, her new costume is more fitting, her armor does the ancient Greek armor justice.
Now, in my opinion, she doesn’t look created for ‘America’ but has her own cultural identity. Her costume is now functional and it keeps with the colors that belong to the Wonder Woman mantle. But it is subtle. The American eagle emblem which for some 75 years emblazoned on her bust has transformed less into an eagle and more into the letter W.
Paul Welsh states ..
“This algorithm tells of the superhero qualities, such as strength, beauty and wisdom, resulting from a higher base vibration, or frequency. I have demonstrated this algorithm many times, and it extends into the likes of COSM and COSMOS. The early COMICS, as are todays, and the massive superhero industry, which embroils the likes of Hollywood, where set up, in algorithm, to displace psychological arisels, in the belief of polyetheism, or the supposition and worship of many Gods, which would embroil self recognition in the catergory of omnipotence. This first and foremost, is the reason for the coded algorythm, presented by the cultural structure”.
Wonder Woman comes from a society consisting entirely of women. That is all she grew up knowing, their is no need to sexualise this. Wonder Woman remains a feminist icon 75 years after her creation, because she symbolises the idea that balance is the key to equality. We should all embrace the masculine and the feminine inside us.
Further reading and sources
- The Amazon Women: Is There Any Truth Behind the Myth http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/amazon-women-there-any-truth-behind-myth-180950188/#pubv6fWtRxJgLx8T.99
- The Surprising Origin Story of Wonder Woman http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/origin-story-wonder-woman-180952710/?no-ist
- Wonder Woman: Feminist Icon, Feminist Failure or Both? http://bigthink.com/Picture-This/wonder-woman-feminist-icon-feminist-failure-or-both
- Themyscira (DC Comics)
- Woman and Superman