Not because Lucas-Henson are necessarily “Judaic” per se, but rather because they are occultically-minded and thereby have transcended “natural,” national, and racial boundaries, as those who occupy the eye of the pyramid are beyond the distinguishing characteristics of those who make up the bricks of the base of the pyramid. Notice that the worm Sarah encounters is Australian. The little guy with a temper who pops up and changes the blocks is Italian. When Sarah encounters the two dualistic doors, they are Scottish.
The dualistic Scotty Dogs who pose riddles to Sarah. Note the yin yang on the shield.
Sarah confronts the apparent duality of reality – particularly as she figures out the relationship of male to female. Reality seems to continue to change for Sarah. She thinks she has it figured out, and assumes she has solved the Scotty-dog’s riddles, but as a result ends up “falling” even deeper into her subconscious. Ending up in an oubliette, a place of forgetting things, she is able to haggle with Hoggle, who appears to be an image of the typical “Jew.” Hoggle has a prominent nose and is crafty and deceptive, welcoming Sarah’s bribery with fake “jewels.” Consider the traditional affinity of “Jews” with Jewelry. The occult masters are not so much concerned with some racial supremacy as they are Satanic supremacy.
Recall also that Jareth is androgynous: Sarah is attracted to Jareth as we shall see – but not exactly as a male. Jareth appears to embody the union of male and female – an alchemical goal par excellance. But back to the racial element – when Sarah encounters the small midget characters on sticks that torment the large puppet Ludo, they speak in some kind of Asian gibberish. We see that racial stereotyping is perfectly acceptable to the occult masters, but forbidden and rejected for anyone else: as long as it’s Freemasonic-Kabbalistically minded Lucas and Henson doing it, it’s kosher.
Ludo is a kind of elemental spirit, connected with rocks in this case, who occupy an important place in alchemy. Ludo is also Sarah’s version of the popular kid’s book Where the Wild Things Are, which was seen in Sarah’s bedroom at the beginning, and soon to be released as a film as well. As Sarah and Ludo progress further, they encounter the “fierys” – savage, jungle-like creatures that play basketball with their own heads, who are all voiced by black actors. Their “heads” are removable and often float away: in other words, blacks are mere savages who have no rational faculties. See for yourself at 2:40-6:00:
In Part three, we will see Sarah’s attendance at the ball will be much more than an innocent fantasy dance, but more along the lines of a veiled orgy, wherein Sarah is initiated into something much more evil.