(Richard Enos) The time has come, finally, to examine the principles behind Luciferianism, what Svali calls Illuminism, and while we’re at it let’s throw in Satanism, or other derivatives thereof. There are similarities and differences amongst all of these, and even disagreements on the basic principles that underlie each title. Doing research on these bodies of knowledge on the Internet ultimately leads to more confusion than clarity, and I believe there is a reason for this, which I will discuss as we go along.
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by Richard Enos, August 7th, 2018
This article is not going to examine the historical roots of each, nor the various ways their branches have become entangled with one another over time. Rather, we will focus on the fundamental basis that commonly underlies these traditions and how they relate to the mission of the Lucifer group soul.
First, let’s take a look at Svali’s description of her Illuminati group’s religion or ‘philosophy’ she calls Illuminism, whose origins take us far back in history:
In order to understand Illuminati cult programming, it is first necessary to understand a bit about the structure and philosophy of the organization. The Illuminati are a group of people who follow a philosophy known as “Illuminism” or “enlightenment”. The Illuminati were named several hundred years ago, but trace their roots and history to the ancient mystery religions of Egypt, ancient Babylon, and even Mesopotamia. Out of these ancient religions, which were practiced secretly over hundreds and hundreds of years, there arose esoteric groups which continued to practice the rites, traditions, and enculturation brought in from the original groups.
Over the centuries, these groups practiced openly in some countries, and covertly in countries where Christianity or other religions opposed their practices. Some of the groups which came out of these ancient roots included the order of the Knights Templar, Rosicrucians, Baphetomism, and Druidic cults. These groups were the forerunners, or roots, of modern day Illuminism. The original Illuministic leaders chose to take what they felt were the best practices of each root religion, combine them into principles, then organized these principles according to specific guidelines.
‘Philosophy’ Of Control
If we follow the narrative of Hidden-Hand that the Lucifer group soul is the main entity responsible for fostering evil on the planet, then Illuminism becomes not so much of a Lucifer-worshipping cult as some kind of ‘philosophy’ which serves as a highly effective system of covert global control.
This control needs to be understood as twofold: primarily, control is maintained over Illuminati members by the Lucifer group soul to follow their direction in accordance with Lucifer’s mandate; secondarily, the human bloodlines, afforded a sufficient amount of hidden knowledge as well as generational positions of wealth and power (e.g. Royal families) are empowered to set out to control the rest of the world, in their mission known as novus ordo seclorum (New World Order), a mission which, as noted in the previous article, was not ultimately designed by Lucifer to succeed.
As described by Svali above, this philosophy was adopted from ancient human practices or cults that may have sprung up organically from human groups somewhat independently from the workings of the Lucifer group soul. The easiest way for the Lucifer soul group to organize and impose themselves was through a gradual infiltration over time of these groups, especially the secret ones whose very secrecy would make it easier for them to carry out their objectives by taking over the hierarchies.
A thorough historical examination of these secret societies may prove that some of them had positive origins. If so, why would they be ‘secret’ societies? Here’s one possible example: a group of people were openly practicing profound esoteric knowledge around sound, light, energy, and manifestation. A more militant group invades them and now seeks to thwart these practices because they prevent this militant group from gaining control. The first group has to publicly swear off these practices at the pain of death. The groups may take their practices underground and continue them in secret, to preserve the knowledge and power, to pass on to their offspring and hopefully one day re-introduce to the world.
In some cases, this militant group was the Catholic Church. As Svali notes, some of the practices only became ‘covert’ as a consequence of the persecution of Christianity or other dominant religions within certain countries. Of course through the Catholic Church, Christianity had become a control mechanism that was not grounded in its own principles of love, acceptance, and forgiveness. It had gained tremendous power and wealth in the world. Is it possible that the Lucifer group soul long took over Christianity at the highest levels as well? It would certainly explain the secretive nature of the Vatican and the rampant pedophilia at all levels.
Christianity, experienced through history as the control mechanism that is the Roman Catholic Church, gave rise to natural opposition from people who resist being controlled or told what to believe, especially by a Church that intentionally suppresses knowledge to maintain control over people. Those who opposed the Church’s control tactics, exemplified by the Crusades and other such measures, may be inclined to see the fallen angel Lucifer as the hero instead of God.
With his original appearance as the serpent in the Garden of Eden, as we have noted in this series, Lucifer is characterized as the liberator as well as the bringer of knowledge. One must question, however, if Luciferianism is really about giving freedom and knowledge to humanity as a whole, as Lucifer did in the Garden, or is it more about the individual being free to ‘do what thou wilt,’ as Aleister Crowley advocated, in full disregard and even condemnation of consequences?
Despite the Catholic Church being a control mechanism, Christianity through the teachings of Jesus Christ is founded on a service-to-others mentality. No matter how watered-down and fragmented his words became in the official, sanctioned Bible, they still evoke love, charity, and humility amongst those who read them. The golden rule, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you,” is the immovable centrepiece, and remains the guiding principle of true and devoted Christians.
This stands in marked contrast to the other traditions we have been talking about. Regardless of the various nuances or outright differences between Luciferianism, Satanism, Rosicrucianism, Baphetomism, Druidism or the countless other esoteric, occult, or secret cults/religions/practices, there is one clear set of distinctions that helps us separate the wheat from the chaff: do they promote a service-to-self orientation, an ‘us-and-them’ mentality, an agenda of control? Do they allow harm to others, find value in deception, and lose sight of the fact that we are all one? If so, these practices are not rooted in the ground of being. They are insubstantial, products of the limitations of 3rd Density consciousness, borne of ignorance and entrenched in fear. Their essence does not and cannot survive the higher realms of existence, because duality is an essential construct for these practices to make any sense, and in the higher realms duality has no legitimacy since unity reigns as ultimate truth.
Distinguishing Lucifer From Luciferianism
It must be understood that the Lucifer group soul in no way believes in Luciferianism or any other service-to-self philosophy as ultimate truth; they simply have adopted certain disciplines and practices in their incarnated lives here on Earth that will help them fulfill their mission of ruling the planet and bringing evil as a catalyst for our growth. Some will argue that the agreed-upon time for their rule over the planet Earth is done, but that is a discussion for another time. Hidden-Hand makes it clear several times what his group soul believes is the true purpose for their activities here on Earth:
The difference between us and you, in the Game, is that we know that we are “playing”.
We surpassed the lowly negative vibrations eons ago. We are Light, and we are Love. It is a very hard thing for us to do Spiritually, to create all this Negativity, but we do it because we love you, and it is for your highest good, ultimately. You could say, that it is our Sacrifice that we have made, in order to be of Service to the One Infinite Creator, and to you, our Brothers and Sisters in the One.
The notion that Lucifer has created all the suffering on the planet for our own good–out of a purity of love that we cannot yet imagine–has been a sticking point for many readers, who find these kinds of statements made by Hidden-Hand to be condescending, arrogant, and pompous.
While I can respect these feelings and I continue to be open to the possibility that Hidden-Hand is not the true ‘source’ of this knowledge, I nonetheless hold what is said here by Hidden-Hand to be true–that at a higher level, the fostering of ‘evil’ on the planet, in a way that contributes to our awakening and our ascension, must ultimately be coming from a benevolent source originating from a realm that is positioned above duality. It is because Hidden-Hand’s narrative consistently embodies a non-dualistic perspective that I find his words so compelling.
In the next (and likely last) segment, we will discuss how we can use Hidden-Hand’s testimony to help move ourselves closer to our collective goal of ascension.
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Stillness Commentary on this Article
(Stillness in the Storm Editor) Lucifer is arguably one of the most hated and reviled characters in history. Lucifer is cited as the reason Eve ate the apple. Lucifer is worshiped by the dark occult, and is the antagonist of major religions. But as those who have walked far on their path toward truth and knowledge realize, there’s always more to the story.
Lucifer etymologically breaks down into two words: light bearer. Light, symbolically is associated with knowledge, wisdom, and truth. Bearer simply refers to one who holds or carries. Thus, the literal meaning of the term Lucifer is one who holds true knowledge, and shares it with others. It also means one who holds knowledge, as a kind of steward.
Given this meaning, anyone who holds or transmits true knowledge, is embodying the Lucifer archetype. But what the definition doesn’t speak to is what kind of knowledge.
Generally, knowledge is amoral—it isn’t good or bad. It’s how knowledge is used in life that determines if something is good or bad, right or wrong.
The dark Luciferian cults of this world, populated by elite power players and immoral individuals, seek knowledge and use it against the people, to maintain their power. This knowledge encompasses a wide range of topics, particularly, true psychology, law, and science.
The term occult refers to things that are hidden. Dark Luciferian’s are also called dark occultists because they hide information from the general population so they can use it against them. They worship a dark version of Lucifer, the archetype, not the mythical figure, organizing their dark religion around a concept of darkness symbolized by a black sun wreathed in flame, not unlike the Eye of Sauron from the Lord of the Rings films.
As the following well researched and articulated article describes, poring through the contemporary and historical usages of the Lucifer concept is quite the adventure. As you’ll discover, it’s not so easy to blindly paint the idea of Lucifer as totally bad. That being said, the article and my introduction here is not an attempt to convert people into worshiping Lucifer.
Consider that the pure version of the archetype is that of a light-bearer, one who holds and shares true knowledge. There are some who act within the definition of Lucifer, but who aren’t evil or bad. Thus, this exploration of the Lucifer archetype serves as a good exercise for contending with personal prejudice.
Generally speaking, when we encounter things in life that we find reprehensible or bad, we avoid them. We avoid learning about them because we rest our conclusions on whatever we do know, usually marked by intense negative emotions. But from a truth-seeking and ethical perspective, we should look deeper than surface level assessments. Sometimes your first impression of something is wrong, and if you didn’t look beyond it, you’d have missed something big.
As such, while I agree that the dark Lucifer concept is arguably bad and has been used to do negative things in this world, learning about it and the grander concept helps provide me greater knowledge. And with knowledge comes power, specifically, the power to be more moral because I’ve integrated my shadow.
So while it might seem strange to review these concepts, know that in the act of learning about these things, you provide yourself the knowledge you need to make moral choices.
In this sense, moral action doesn’t take place in ignorance. A true moral choice comes from understanding why something is bad or wrong, and choosing to do otherwise despite any temptations.
In other words, one cannot be truly moral if they do not spend time understanding the shadow as well as the light.
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