Dracula Most are familiar with the science-fiction movies on the “Vampires” with Dracula being the most common one seen on TV. The fictional character Dracula was created in the 1800’s by the author Bram Stoker, whose description of this vampire would fit the typical Jew. In fact, the story of Dracula is about the Jews. Stoker was a member of several small esoteric organizations which were in part anti-Jewish.
The next time you view one of the Dracula movies on TV. (the first one or two, made in the 1930’s) look for the Star of David around the neck of Bela Lugosi, who plays Dracula.
You will note that in the movies Dracula Must return to his abode before daylight. This is reminiscent of the Jews who were locked in the ghetto every evening and allowed to leave in the morning. The Jew going after Christian blood for his ritual murders had to sneak out at night undetected and return undetected before dawn when the Jews were counted by the authorities. If he were found missing, he would likely be arrested and tried for ritual murder.