Do Superheroes Sell Their Souls To Get Their Powers And/Or Become Heroes?

I have one theory about superheroes. I noticed that most superheroes have a family member or someone else close to them that died right before they became the heroes we know today. According to theories about Hollywood and the Illuminati, all celebrities have to sell their souls to become famous, along with sacrificing a loved one or close friend.

When I noticed that a lot of superheroes have family members that have died, it sounded very similar to the theories about celebrities. I also wondered if all of them having dead family members before becoming heroes was a coincidence.

Also, according to theories about celebrities in Hollywood, many of them are victims of abuse, trauma, and MK Ultra mind control and that’s where they get their alter egos from. All of the superheroes I know of have alters or multiple identities and are victims of trauma.

Batman lost both of his parents when he was only a child. They were killed by someone trying to rob them right in front of him. He is traumatized by their deaths and vows to never kill any criminal he catches or use a gun because of what happened to his parents. His alter, or other identity, is millionaire, Bruce Wayne.

Robin lost his parents at eight years old, due to someone sabotaging their circus act. Batman investigated the murder and adopted him afterwards as his son and made him his sidekick.

Superman and his cousin, Supergirl, lost their families when their home planet, Krypton, was destroyed, forcing them to come to earth. Their parents arranged escape rockets for them to get to earth before the planet was destroyed. Superman’s other identity is Clark Kent, a journalist working for The Daily Planet newspaper. Supergirl’s other identity is Kara Danvers, a reporter working for CatCo.

Spider-Man lost his parents in a plane crash and his uncle, Ben, was killed by a burglar. His other identity is Peter Parker, a high school student.

Iron Man lost his parents in a car accident. His other identity is Tony Stark, a millionaire and owner of Stark Industries.

Wolverine accidentally killed his childhood companion, Rose. His father was killed by his groundskeeper, who was thrown off his property beforehand. In retaliation, Wolverine killed the groundskeeper. He was born James Howlett, but went by Logan when he got older. His powers come from being a mutant, as well as all other X-Men characters.

Jean Grey lost her best friend who was hit by a car.

Storm lost her parents by a plane crashing into their home when she was a child.

Static Shock lost his mother through some riots in his hometown, getting hit by some stray bullets. His other identity is Virgil Hawkins, a high school student. He got his powers after getting covered in a chemical.

Captain America lost his parents; his father died fighting in a war and his mother died of tuberculosis. His other identity is Steve Rogers, who got his powers through
an experimental serum.

I don’t know if The Incredible Hulk lost a loved one, but he definitely has an alter personality, who is scientist Bruce Banner. He was testing to detonate a gamma bomb. He saved a teenager who unknowingly drove into his testing area, but he was hit by the blast, which is how he ended up turning into The Hulk. He is constantly struggling to keep The Hulk under control.

Doctor Strange was originally a doctor who only cared about the money he made from being a doctor and not necessarily the people he helped. One day, he got into a car accident and suffered from broken bones in his hands and severe nerve damage. He could no longer do surgery. He went nearly broke trying to find a way to restore his hands. He finds out about The Ancient One from overhearing a conversation. He searches for him and, eventually, The Ancient One taught him mysticism.

I don’t know for sure if this theory that popped in my head about superheroes is true, but it is something I’m thinking about and is interesting. Could the superhero world be a mirror to the world of celebrities and soul selling?

Author: mysparkingthoughts

I am a young woman with a whole lot to say. I see myself as some type of messenger.

7 thoughts on “Do Superheroes Sell Their Souls To Get Their Powers And/Or Become Heroes?”

  1. Incredible Hulk watched his father kill his mother in front of him. His father’s abuse attributed greatly to Bruce Banner’s split personality. A parallel may be drawn, but its origins are with God. “Indeed, under the law almost everything is purified with blood, and without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness of sins (Hebrews 9:22). God originated the blood sacrifice. Satan, knowing its power has used the ritual for his own evil purposes. It is amazing, because there is nothing new under the sun and like the historical figure Jesus, these mythological creatures must be born again.

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  2. @mysparkkingthought
    Great post!!! I not a comic book fan or into superheroes but I did watch X-Men as a child.

    @ 25, Black, Alive
    You’re right about a recycle ritual that mess with the subconscious minds. That’s why I always pay attention especially what the media is throwing out at us.

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  3. I think you’re on to something. It’s definitely a recycle ritual that they continue to display to the masses. It keep us stuck in a never ending cycle, while they drain or energy, soul and being away.
    They make sure they show the release date of movies. Because thoughts manifest. Now you have millions of thoughts manifesting towards a particular date. Purple will day I can’t wait until such and such comes out. Now you have something buried in your subconscious mind that isn’t Ann original thought to you.
    I kind of veered off but I agree with you. There is a connection between these celebrities and heroes. Some twisted ritual that us uninitiated folks aren’t privy too.

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