In my previous article on The Evil behind Politics and Pop Culture we covered the concept of the Luciferian religion and highlighted the effects and influence on politics and pop culture. This article will cover the truth and the danger of the Luciferian elitist agenda. One may ask where does one start in the search for truth, about a theology and philosophy that is so secret; the very truth would shake the foundation of everything we have known to be true today. Our quest for truth takes us to the beginning.
Luciferianism , the Canaanites & Hittites
From approximately 1600 - 700BCE a people known as the Canaanites gave the name Lucifer the definition of adversary in the Ugaritic-Canaanite myths of Baal and Attar (Ashtar). Ashtar is represented as Venus or The Morning Star and bringer of light. Ashtar was known as the “Rebel” and was a precursor to the later myths of Enoch “The Watchers”. He was compared to later kings of Babylon and Tyre ascending in rebellious fashion against the natural order. In an astral sense he is compared to the Morning Star which thinks and is bright (Enlightened psyche) and spurs a jealous sun to rise up and blot out the light of the shining, illuminated one.
“Ashtar the Rebel went up to the reaches of Zaphon. He sits enthroned on the throne of Aliyan Baal…” –Cosmic Mountain, Clifford. Ashtar, who is associated with the Sahru and Salimu being the Morning-star and Evening-star, Light and Night-bringer, is parallel with the myth of Anat fighting Tannanu or Leviathan.”
Therefore one can assert that Luciferianism is far more ancient than Christianity or Judaism. The fallen arch angel Lucifer; one of God’s brightest arch angels, who would later become known as Satan is not original and ascends from the ancient myths of Ashtar. This can be rooted in the ancient Sumerian lore as told in the Epic of Gilgamesh; where Enki was the light bringer and the bearer of knowledge. Enki was the son of Anu and had an adversarial brother Enlil the first son and first in line for the throne of Anu. Ancient Sumerian Lore is dated to nearly 6000 years old. This story is later repeated in Christianity.
Lucifer in paganism
Lucifer was worshipped as “Venus the Morning Star”. The pagans believed Lucifer or Venus as a Liberator of the psyche and one who enlightens. Paganism was a mystical religious practice with several sects. Some sects believed in the use of magic or alchemy in order to reach spiritual enlightenment or achieve agendas. Those that worshipped Venus continually strived for enlightenment and believed that they themselves were able to achieve Godliness. It was the Luciferian belief that the Gods were the archetype for humanity and that through meditation, what is known as astral projection, “magic” and alchemy they would eventually become Gods. Over time with the development of Christianity and the philosophy that Lucifer was the fallen rebellious arch angel who ruled the earth and would later be known as Satan the deceiver. As Christianity grew the ancient Pagan religions faded into the shadows and have remained there until present day.
Hiding in the shadows
Since the Constantinian revolution against Paganism and the epic rise of Christianity, those who subscribe to Luciferian philosophy have been fragmented into different sects, who continue to seek spiritual enlightenment and the pursuit of immortality either physically or metaphorically; by blending in with the back drop. It is a growing belief that throughout the ages groups such as Knights Templar, Free Masons, THE “Illuminati” Skull and Bones and others have been practicing Luciferian methodology throughout the ages. The ancient quest for power and immortality has been passed through the centuries by the elite who seek to rule the globe. From Napoleon to Hitler, several presidents of the United States and other influential figures of the global banking industry and the military industrial complex; many world leaders have been tied to these secret societies.
One of the most popularly believed Conspiracies about secret societies and the Luciferian agenda is that the cabals of global elite are all members of secretive Luciferian sects with a common globalist, communist plan to enslave the populous. Seven years ago, this writer would have baulked at such an inference, however in recent years evidence is compiling that may suggest such “conspiracies” are more than just conspiracies. One may ask themselves why hide in the shadows? The answer to this is perhaps as ancient as the philosophy itself. History has shown that direct conflict and opposition most always result in friction and loss. The element of surprise and the high ground are always advantageous in warfare.
Although the term warfare is used metaphorically to describe the underlying conflict of beliefs, the principles of warfare remain the same. Even though this is not a conventional warfare in which terrain such as a physical high ground may be utilized, high ground is a term that can be substituted with other terms. For Example to entertain the idea of Luciferian operatives infiltrating the highest positions and offices of the land and dictating doctrine and law would certainly be comparable to a smaller force of elite operatives controlling high ground or key terrain on the battlefield. This does not go as to suggest that it would prevent a resistance; but certainly makes winning the battle easier. This is indeed why Luciferians choose to stay behind the scenes using strategy, guile and surprise as weapons in their arsenal.
Religion has always been and will always remain one of the things in this world that masses of people are willing to suffer, fight, kill and even die for. One’s religion or faith affects and influences so many other aspects of their lives, such as one’s moral compass and general outlook on life itself. Religion and theology can act as the glue which binds people together who might normally never have anything in common; and it does-so on a profound level. We see in the Christian faith the concept of wealth redistribution in the form of tithing. Therefore we might suggest that religion can create a collectivist or “for the common good” type atmosphere. This can become a powerful tool for an individual or organization hungry for power.
One may ask…. What are some beneficial goals that might be achieved for the common good? Below are typical concerns for many religions that have a tendency to unite people.
1.Peace & Stability – Global Scale
3.Political and Social concerns
5.Advancement of the Greater Good / Species/ Sect/Planet
Ironically enough we have seen through Socialism, Marxism and Communism that promises of utopia, world peace and prosperity have been major tools in the advancement of these ideologies. Today we see organizations such as Socialist Party USA, The Green Party, CPUSA, Code Pink and others use many of these talking points to rally for their leftist dystopian agenda.
More dangerous than politics
Religion is far more dangerous than politics because nearly everyone on the planet wants to believe in something. Even atheists often have a change in spiritual conscience in their final moments. Politics deal with the earthly and the physical; while religion deals with spirituality and the hereafter. This is why Religion is so dangerous as a tool which often times is tied into political beliefs and agendas. Politics is temporary and Religion is eternal. People are often willing to do just about anything for the idea of eternal salvation or enlightenment.