Elianah said "All need to be worked with in order to get the clearest picture of why the soul chose to be a part of this time period and what it is hoping to do in order to evolve experential energy back up to the Creative Source of All Being. I know that sounds totally un-Jewish but it makes complete sense to me. "
Not sure how that sounds un-Jewish unless you mean from a conventional view of God sitting on a throne divorced from us peons. There is a stream of Kabbalistic thinking (and always has been) that we are to develop our divine nature so we can straddle the worlds of God and Man. The Son concept is not the exclusive domain of Christianity. It's just not publicized very much in the Jewish community nor for the most part discussed outside of esoteric circles which is a good lead into a Theosophy discussion.
I've read several books by Rudolf Steiner regarding the root races and such you mention. I resonate with the graduated removal from our sense of AllThatIs or the source of all being and see the period of the Romans as the most solidified and weighed down period as we've fallen within the 3D existance. The birth of the Son conciousness at this point has indeed allowed us to lighten our load and begin to reconnect with the source. All of this is of course distorted within the mythology that took form but that's a whole other discussion.
I wholeheartedly agree with your assesment regarding the idealization of the Aryan race and the minimization/marginalization of the Jewish people within this movement. Hitler may have been an Avatar but he was of the negative ray and represented everything dark that needed to be brought into collective awareness so the shadow would fall no more on one particular group of people. The Aryan/Jewish polarity still seeks resolution/integration so that we all see that we are both and one.
Simple ain't easy.