Lucifer, the Son of the Morning! Is it he who bears the Light, and with its splendors intolerable blinds feeble, sensual, or selfish Souls? Doubt it not!" - Albert Pike's Morals & Dogma

Is Lucifer Truly Our Lord and Savior?

Lucifer Cast Down from Heaven

St Michael Expelling Lucifer And The Rebellious Angels From Heaven

The Fall of Lucifer - Paul Gustave Doré, Paradise Lost

The Bible does not name the devil as Lucifer. The use of this name in reference to the devil stems from an interpretation of Isaiah 14:3-20, a passage that does not speak of any fallen angel but of the defeat of a particular Babylonian King, to whom it gives a title that refers to what in English is called the Day Star or Morning Star (in Latin, lucifer).

In 2 Peter 1:19 and elsewhere, the same Latin word lucifer is used to refer to the Morning Star, with no relation to the devil. It is only in post-New Testament times that the Latin word Lucifer was used as a name for the devil, both in religious writing and in fiction, especially when referring to him prior to his fall from Heaven.

What do the Freemasons say?

Who was Albert Pike?

ALBERT PIKE (1809-91) was a lawyer, a poet, a prolific writer, a general in the army of the Confederate States of America, and a Freemason. He was a voracious reader, especially interested in the religions and philosophical systems of ancient cultures, which he saw as having shaped the thinking and codes of morality of people around the world.

General Albert Pike also known as the grand supreme pontiff of universal Freemasonry, ordered from the 14th of July (Tammuz) 1889, that the doctrine of Satanism was and still is a heresy and that the true and pure religion of universal Freemasonry is based upon a Luciferian concept and doctrine.

When Albert Pike and other Masonic scholars spoke over a century ago about the "Luciferian path," or the "energies of Lucifer," they were referring to the morning star, the light bearer, the search for light.

Therefore, Lucifer is the Light and NOT the scary devil or fire breathing monster that many humans think he is.


Traditionally, Lucifer (English pronunciation: /'lu?s?f?r, lju?s?f?r/) is a name that in English generally refers to the devil before being cast from heaven, although this is not the original meaning of the term.

In Latin, from which the English word is derived, Lucifer means "light-bearer" (from the words lucem ferre).

It was the name given to the dawn appearance of the planet Venus, which heralds daylight. For this meaning, English generally uses the names "Morning Star" or "Day Star", and rarely "Lucifer".

A view with the earth in the center, this video shows the orbit of Venus around the earth over the course of about 8 years, which is how long it takes to complete an entire pentagram.

Venus is the brightest object in the sky after the Sun and the Moon. Of these three objects, it has the most complex motions, appearing in the morning sky for a time, then becoming lost in solar glare, then appearing in the evening sky, then again becoming lost in solar glare, and then finally reappearing again in the morning sky.

The apparent positions of Venus in its orbit at six consecutive re-appearances of Venus in the morning sky, connected to form a pentacle, representing about eight years of observation.

The ecliptic sky, showing the zodiacal constellation band.

The band of symbols around the perimeter of the circle represent the traditional constellations of the zodiac:

Over a period of eight years, they would have recorded consecutive re-appearances of Venus as the morning star, and connected the positions to reveal the pentacle. The ecliptic sky, showing the zodiacal band and marked at six consecutive re-appearances of Venus in the morning sky, connected to form a pentacle, representing about eight years of observation.

If we remove just the constellation band or the entire circumscribed circle, we get:

In ancient Rome, the rose was known as the Flower of Venus and lent itself ultimately as an instrument of worship represented by the rosary.

The Veneralia (April 1) was the Ancient Roman festival of Venus Verticordia

Venus Felix. Vatican Museums,. Rome


And this is only the beginning. It gets better......

Kimono Rose and “Venus and Adonis” (1635). The rose is the flower of the goddess Venus but also the blood of Adonis and of Christ.

What you and I know as Easter.......

Easter has deep roots in the mythic past. Long before it was imported into the Christian tradition, the Spring festival honored the goddess Eostre or Eastre. The name is pronounced Easter. She was the ancient Anglo Saxon goddess of the dawn and the Vernal Equinox. Her name venerates the sun rising in the east. Easter Sunday sunrise services continue the sun-worship aspect of the holiday. The equinox is when the days begin growing into the long sunlight that will be Summer. This increase of daylight makes crops possible, hence the theme of fertility.

The annual event in honor of Eastre celebrated new life and renewal.

The Mysteries of Secret Societies..........

The Pentagram and the Flower of Venus.

Lucifer is here to bring you the light of truth!