The Lucifer Conspiracy
Before moving on to our main subject of discussion this week, I would like to shed some Light on what is clearly an object of confusion - even fear - that of "Lucifer".
Now I have mentioned Lucifer in recent newsletters in the context of "Luciferian Mind", but it is apparent from messages received that "Lucifer" is much misunderstood, and still regarded as a religious icon and object of much fear and trepidation - due largely to religious doctrine.
The Roman Church introduced the doctrine of "lucifer", "satan", and other such fearful names and the images and fear thus invoked, several hundred years ago as a further means of controlling a congregation which was becoming increasingly discontent with church doctrines and dogma alone - i.e. it was control through fear.
But where did this latest "big stick" originate?
There is nothing in the Bible referring to, or remotely implying a fiery depiction of a “hell” with its flames and rivers of molten lava, or indeed being “cast down there".
Notwithstanding this, adherents of this religion believe and accept the dogma so deeply and so blindly, that they continue to use it as an object of threat. I have received countless messages over the years from "well meaning" people warning me that unless I stop what I am doing I will "burn in damnation for all eternity".
Now although there were references in the Bible to “Hades” - who is the Greek God of the Underworld - there were no references to any sort of "hell like" place or associated "punishment". Jesus was an Expression of Unconditional Love - as are we All - and would never use such scare tactics to exert his Will.
Also keeping in Mind that Jesus spoke Aramaic, as did most people of the region of the era. Aramaic was not a literal language - it was more of a symbolic language - and cannot be transliterated or translated verbatim. The Gospels were written by a person or people unknown several decades after the passing of both Jesus and his Disciples, from memories and anecdotal stories passed down through generations.
The doctrine of a fiery “hell”, where “sinners burn for all eternity” – the doctrine most feared by the congregation - was actually first introduced by the Roman church around the 14th century following the publication of a work by Italian playwrite Dante Alighieri, entitled “Purgatorio al Paradiso” - literally "Purgatory" and "Paradise".
“Purgatorio al “Paradiso" depicted what the church describes as “Hell” and “Heaven”.
This work was also in fact the origin of “Dante’s Inferno” , named after the author and his fiery creation which describes this flaming “hell” or "inferno".
“Purgatorio al “Paradiso" was also the origin of the so called “seven deadly sins”, which, the story tells, are the steps leading to being “cast down” in to this “inferno.