Freemasonry The worship of Lucifer, SATAN 2

This page concentrates on Masonic symbols. Occultists put an enormous emphasis on communicating through symbols with other members while hiding the truth from the Initiates and the “profane,” i.e., people who are not members. “Magic Symbols,” by Fredrick Goodman states that “The true magic symbol is an image which hides an inner meaning. This meaning is usually cunningly hidden behind a form which most people think they can understand immediately.” [p. 6] Examining these Masonic symbols reveals the cunningly hidden meanings. Then compare them with known Satanic symbols so you can easily see from whence Freemasonry receives her “supernatural insights” and her “spiritual Light.” THE DOUBLE-HEADED EAGLE The double-headed eagle is probably the most easily recognizable Masonic symbol in the world, even more important than the Square and Compass/Rule. They look like two eagles, but they are not. They are the Phoenix Bird of Ancient Egypt. Remember that the […] Read More

Freemasonry The worship of Lucifer, SATAN 1

Part 1 of 3 From the Analogy (“The Matrix”) page you learned that certain Masonic authors praise Lucifer. And it doesn’t stop there. It extends to their symbolism as well. It is important to STRESS that not all Masons worship Lucifer, only the top 5% do. A majority of this page on Freemasonry was taken from Masonic books that were published by Masonic Publishing Companies. Most of these writings were kept secret. Biblical admonition has been taken carefully, comparing Masonic teachings to the Holy Bible. In I John 4:1, we read: “Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try (test) the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world.” We see that any religious teaching that does not conform to Scripture is from a “false prophet.” Many people still do not understand the importance of studying this subject to its logical conclusion. […] Read More

1989: SECRETS ILLUMINISM in the Ozarks

by NORMA COX TRUTH Illuminism is a word which to Illuminists means enlightenment which thereby spurs worship of the sun without which life on the face of Earth could not exist. Worship of the sun means adoration of Lucifer. A god of many names, among the best known are Ammon-re, Helios and Apollo. There is more to the duties of Lucifer, the Sungod, than guiding the movement of the sun and maintaining its exact position among the planets of the system, there is also the operation of massive equipment which, within the globe, sheds light and heat upon the surface of the planet. Lucifer continues to be equated with Satan, which is unfortunate as such an assumption further confuses a situation entangled in a mass of misconceptions. Mythology is a maze of distortions, yet there is truth blended therein, which brings up the proposition that Lucifer might have come from […] Read More

1888: To the Readers of Lucifer

Our magazine is only four numbers old, and already its young life is full of cares and trouble. This is all as it should be; i.e., like every other publication, it must fail to satisfy all its readers, and this is only in the nature of things and the destiny of every printed organ. But what seems a little strange in a country of culture and free thought is that Lucifer should receive such a number of anonymous, spiteful, and often abusive letters. This, of course, is but a casual remark, the waste-basket in the office being the only addressee and sufferer in this case; yet it suggests strange truths with regard to human nature. 1 Sincerity is true wisdom, it appears, only to the mind of the moral philosopher. It is rudeness and insult to him who regards dissimulation and deceit as culture and politeness, and holds that […] Read More

1887: Let Every Man Prove His Own Work

    Such is the title of a letter received by the Editors of Lucifer. It is of so serious a nature that it seems well to make it the subject of this month’s editorial. Considering the truths uttered in its few lines, its importance and the bearing it has upon the much obscured subject of Theosophy, and its visible agent or vehicle – the Society of that name – the letter is certainly worthy of the most considerate answer. Fiat justitia, ruat cœlum! Justice will be done to both sides in the dispute; namely, Theosophists and the members of the Theosophical Society1 on the one hand, and the followers of the Divine Word (or Christos), and the so-called Christians, on the other. We reproduce the letter: To the editors of LUCIFER What a grand chance is now open in this country, to the exponents of a noble and […] Read More

Mistaken Notions on the ‘Secret Doctrine’

    Ever since the publication of the Secret Doctrine Students of Theosophy (outside the inner ring of Occult Sciences) have complained that the teachings contained in the work do not satisfy them. One, mentioning the lengthy and rabid abuse of it by an old, though really insignificant, if brutal, enemy, takes me to task for leaving a door open to such criticism by taking too little into account modern science and modern thought(!); another complains that my explanations are not complete; thus, he says:     For the last ten years, I have been a close reader of theosophical literature. I have read and re-read the Secret Doctrine and collated passages, and nothing is more disheartening than to find some of the best explanations on Occult points, just as they begin to grow a little lucid, marred by a reference to some exoteric philosophy or religion, which breaks up the train of […] Read More

Lodges of Magic

    When fiction rises pleasing to the eye,     Men will believe, because they love the lie;     But Truth herself, if clouded with a frown,     Must have some solemn proofs to pass her down.         – CHURCHILL.     One of the most esteemed of our friends in occult research, propounds the question of the formation of “working Lodges” of the Theosophical Society, for the development of adeptship. If the practical impossibility of forcing this process has been shown once, in the course of the theosophical movement, it has scores of times. It is hard to check one’s natural impatience to tear aside the veil of the Temple. To gain the divine knowledge, like the prize in a classical tripos, by a system of coaching and cramming, is the ideal of the average beginner in occult study. The refusal of the originators of the Theosophical Society to encourage […] Read More

1887: The History of a Planet

No star, among the countless myriads that twinkle over the sidereal fields of the night sky, shines so dazzlingly as the planet Venus – not even Sirius-Sothis, the dog-star, beloved by Isis. Venus is the queen among our planets, the crown jewel of our solar system. She is the inspirer of the poet, the guardian and companion of the lonely shepherd, the lovely morning and the evening star. For, Stars teach as well as shine,” although their secrets are still untold and unrevealed to the majority of men, including astronomers. They are “a beauty and a mystery,” verily. But “where there is a mystery, it is generally supposed that there must also be evil,” says Byron. Evil, therefore, was detected by evilly-disposed human fancy, even in those bright luminous eyes peeping at our wicked world through the veil of ether. Thus there came to exist slandered stars and planets […] Read More

The Mote and the Beam

Ye blind guides, which strain at a gnat and swallow a camel. . . . Why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, But considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye? – MATTHEW VII Oh the virtuous indignation, the roaring tempest raised in the tender souls of American and British philanthropists at the rumor that Russian authorities in Siberia are not as tender as they should be towards their political prisoners! What a hullabaloo of loud protests of “indignation meetings,” of gigantic gatherings to denounce their neighbors, while they keep prudently silent about the same misdeeds at home. A monster meeting of some 250,000 men protested the other day at Hyde Park “in the name of civilization and humanity” against the brutal behavior of some unknown Russian officials and jailors. Now, one can readily understand and entirely appreciate the feelings of the masses, […] Read More

1887: The Signs Of The Times

It is intensely interesting to follow season after season the rapid evolution and change of public thought in the direction of the mystical. The educated mind is most undeniably attempting to free itself from the heavy fetters of materialism. The ugly caterpillar is writhing in the agonies of death, under the powerful efforts of the psychic butterfly to escape from its science-built prison, and every day brings some new glad tidings of one or more such mental births to light. As the New York “Path” truly remarks in its September issue, when “Theosophical and kindred topics . . . are made the texts for novels,” and, we may add, scientific essays and brochures, “the implication is that interest in them has become diffused through all social ranks.” That kind of literature is “paradoxically proof that Occultism has passed beyond the region of careless amusement and entered that of serious […] Read More

1888: Why Do Animals Suffer?

Q. Is it possible for me who love the animals to learn how to get more power than I have to help them in their sufferings? A. Genuine unselfish LOVE combined with WILL is a “power” in itself. They who love animals ought to show that affection in a more efficient way than by covering their pets with ribbons and sending them to howl and scratch at the prize exhibitions. __________ Q. Why do the noblest animals suffer so much at the hands men? I need not enlarge or try to explain this question. Cities e torture places for the animals who can be turned to any account for use or amusement by man! and these are always the most noble. A. In the Sutras, or the Aphorisms of the Karma-pa, a sect which is an offshoot of the great Gelukpa (yellow caps) sect in Tibet, and whose name […] Read More


The serpent seed How did life begin on Earth? More intellectual and literal blood has been shed and spilled attempting to answer this question than any other in any aspect of science or religion. Why? Because the answer, if it could be determined beyond doubt, would reveal to us the deepest meanings behind ourselves and all that we see around us. More importantly, it would demolish once and for all the thorny tangle of conscious and unconscious thought and belief that causes most of the bloodshed.At present there are only two socially acceptable explanations for how life has come to be on Earth. Science insists it has developed by entirely natural means, using only the materials at hand on the early planet, with no help from any outside source, whether that source be divine or extraterrestrial. Religion insists with equal fervor that life was brought into existence whole and […] Read More

Who are The Watchers?

  If you enjoy science fiction then you may have heard of some type of “Watchers”. But what you may not know is that these ancient beings are not science fiction at all. The watchers are actually biblical and have been around in many different languages for centuries. In several versions of the bible the watchers are mentioned as well as other religious texts. They are called different things but the story is basically the same. The story of the Watchers differs depending on which culture you get the story from, the bible has them as angels that fell to earth because of the beauty of the women and kind of suggests that the angels were evil and were cast down to be with Lucifer. The basic story is that these angles (sometimes called aliens, giants or Nephilim) were around before man was created and that when ancient man […] Read More