Lucifer Is Not Satan

When someone mentions Lucifer, it usually has a nefarious connotation, but who really is this ‘bearer of light’? History teaches us that Christianity was not founded by Yeshua ben Yosef (Jesus) , but rather by Paul. Also, he never really met Jesus, just claimed to have. Paul was heavily influenced by his current path which was Mithraism, a sun cult and this is possibly where he got the cross. No human living today truly knows if Jesus was crucified, impaled, or even roasted alive. The Roman Soldiers were left to their own devices to be as cruel, lingering, and painful as possible. And they were very good at it. The same guys are said to work for the Russian Mafia now. There are hints about his death in the scriptures, which were again, mutilated and enhanced by the Council of Nicea under the guidance of Constantine. Who by the way, never was a Christian at all. He just wanted a religion to control, and unify his empire. Christianity seemed to be a good one, but it had lots of problematic teachings that had to be weeded out. What humanity got had little to do with anything the Son of God was believed to have taught. Who is Lucifer and why has this name been misunderstood for so long? According to wiki, Lucifer (as a noun) has Latin origins and means “light-bearer” (from the words lucem ferre). It was the name given to the Morning Star, i.e. the planet Venus when seen at dawn. (1) In astrotheology, Lucifer is Venus while Satan is Saturn , so clearly, the two are not the same. For more on the Saturn/Satan connection, please read Saturn – Why Are We Worshiping The Cult Of EL? Recently, a Roman Catholic Church bishop admitted that “hell” was an invention of the church, so the fictitious “Satan” does not exist. How many people did Lucifer kill in the bible? None. How many people has the Christian church killed? Millions. The hypocritical stance by the church and Christianity will tell you to “Love thy neighbor” (as long as they’re Christians), but to apparently kill anyone else who does not believe in Jesus or Christianity. For the record, the letter “J” wasn’t invented until the 1500’s, so there was no official Jesus, John, Jacob, Jonah, Joseph, Jude, etc… in the bible. There may have been a person by the name of Yeshua ben Yosef, but this is debatable as well. Even the translation means “Joshua, son of Joseph”, not Jesus. The Early Beginnings of Christianity The earliest references to Jesus came from Paul, who wrote about him 20 years after his alleged death. The early success of Christianity was due in large part to certain reforms that Paul argued for. Christianity began its life as a first century apocalyptic Jewish cult. Judaism in the first century CE was very difficult to join, and correspondingly very difficult to spread. Membership in Judaism was only achieved after a long conversion process, accompanied with various rituals. One had to be circumcised (most gentiles of the period were not) and one had to obey the various Jewish laws as they were then laid down in the Septuagint (the early form of the Hebrew Bible which was in common use at the time.) Paul argued for the establishment of gentile Christian churches, membership in which did not entail circumcision or long drawn out rituals. He also argued on the topic of the application of Jewish law to the gentiles. Christians, in the modern world, find his words to be central to their beliefs. (3) In 382 AD, Pope Damasus I commissioned St. Jerome to write a revision of the old Latin translation of the Bible. This task was completed sometime during the 5th century AD, and eventually it was considered the official and definite Latin version of the Bible according to the Roman Catholic church. By the 13th century it was considered the versio vulgate – the common translation. Where is Lucifer in the bible? It was St. Jerome who placed the word Lucifer into the Bible, and not just once, but three times! Isaiah 14:12, Job 11:17, and 2 Peter 1:19. 1. Isaiah 14:12 according to the Vulgate translation – Et habemus firmiorem propheticum sermonem : cui benefacitis attendentes quasi lucernæ lucenti in caliginoso donec dies elucescat, et lucifer oriatur in cordibus vestries 2. Job 11:17 – Et quasi meridianus fulgor consurget tibi ad vesperam; et cum te consumptum putaveris, orieris ut lucifer. 3. 2 Peter 1:19 – Et habemus firmiorem propheticum sermonem : cui benefacitis attendentes quasi lucernæ lucenti in caliginoso donec dies elucescat, et (lucifer) oriatur in cordibus vestries Here are these same verses in the KJV, where the word “Lucifer” is only mentioned once. 1. Isaiah 14:12 – 12How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations! 2. Job 11:17 – 17And thine age shall be clearer than the noonday: thou shalt shine forth, thou shalt be as the morning. 3. 2 Peter 1:19 – 19We have also a more sure word of prophecy; whereunto ye do well that ye take heed, as unto a light that shineth in a dark place, until the day dawn, and the day star arise in your hearts (4) By Gregg Prescott, M.S. Founder,

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