New World Order

Doctrine Of Lucifer? What The Hell Is That?

Written by Will Walker

Doctrine Of Lucifer? What The Hell Is That?

By now, the term New World Order has become common terminology synonymous with some phantom ‘secret societies’ hell bent on ‘reducing population’ and instituting a singular one-world government. As the weeks and the years tick by, much ado is made about this subject, yet nothing seems to materialize. Or perhaps it is happening so slowly no one is noticing. Anyone who has seriously researched the matter has surely come across the name Albert Pike.




So now that we know the proposed end result of whatever this evil plot is, why not take a good look at it to see if that is even the direction we want to go? After all, these ‘masters’ can influence us all they like, but history has proven that anything forced upon men will fail when the timeline is stretched far enough. There is not much to be found publicly about this supposed ‘doctrine,’ so without the ability to ask Lucifer himself (if there is such a being) I will post here a few quotes that are readily available:


“What we must say to the crowd is: -We worship a God, but it is the God that one worships without superstition. To you, Sovereign Grand Inspectors General, we say, so that you can repeat it to the Brethren of the 32nd, 31st and 30th degrees: -The Masonic religion must be, by all of us initiates of the high grades, maintained in the purity of the Luciferian doctrine.


If Lucifer were not God, Adonai [the God of the Christians] whose deeds prove his cruelty, perfidy and hatred of man, his barbarism and repulsion of science -if Lucifer were not God, would Adonai and his priests slander him? Yes, Lucifer is God, and unfortunately so is Adonai.

For the eternal law is that there is no splendor without shadow, no beauty without ugliness, no white without black, because the absolute can only exist as two, because darkness is necessary to light to serve as its compliment, as the pedestal is necessary to the statue, as the brake to the locomotive … The true and pure philosophical religion is the belief in Lucifer, equal to Adonai, but Lucifer, God of Light and God of Good, is fighting for humanity against Adonai, God of Darkness and God of Evil.”
-Albert Pike, Confederate General, 33rd Degree Mason and Sovereign Pontiff of Universal Freemasonry, address to the 23 Confederated Supreme Councils of the World, 14 July 1889
So, right out the gate we see that Albert Pike is making a clear distinction between 2 gods- Lucifer, and Adonai.


Lucifer, of course being the light bearer, commonly referred to as the Devil, and Adonai being an Old Testament term meaning ‘master.’ In fact, the First Commandment of the Ten states “I am the LORD thy God,” which would be more accurately translated as “I am Yahweh your Master.” Pike is making a distinction here between a ‘master’ (which Christians follow) who is dark and evil, and a ‘bright’ philosopher which battles with Adonai on mankind’s behalf.


” … certain Masonic societies exist which are Satanic, not in the sense that the devil comes to preside at their meetings, as that romancer of a Leo Taxil pretended, but in their initiates profess the cult of Lucifer. They adore him as the true God, and they are animated by an implacable hatred against the Christian God, whom they declare to be an impostor.


They have a formula which sums up their state of mind; it is no longer: ‘To the glory of the Great Architect of the World,’ as in the two lower Masonries; it is GEAALHHHADMMM which means ‘Gloire et Amour a Lucifer! Haine! Haine! Haine! au Dieu maudit! maudit! maudit! [Glory and Love of Lucifer! Hatred! Hatred! Hatred! to God, accursed, accursed, accursed!].


It is professed in these societies that all that the Christian God commands is disagreeable to Lucifer; that in consequence one must do all that the Christian God forbids, and that one must shun like fire all that He commands. I have read and studied hundreds of documents relating to one of these societies, documents that I have not permission to publish and which emanate from the members, men and women, of the group in question.”

-Copin Albancelli Le Pouvoir occulte contre la France (1908)
This quotation presents an even clearer distinction between these two ‘Gods.’ While Pike referred to the necessity of a balance between ‘light’ and ‘dark,’ Copin, here professes and encourages a love of Lucifer and hatred of (Christian) God. Of course the ‘God’ of Christianity, Jesus, supposedly proclaimed, “I am the Light,” and Christian principles also promote ignoring many of the ‘laws’ of the OT, so it is entirely possible that many Christians today are already worshiping Lucifer without realizing it.


In fact, the ugly side of Islam (Jihadism) is not so different in principle from Christian Fundamentalism in that both seek to return to the strict and binding rules of the Old Testament Adonai in order to avoid his wrath. That God is, after all, quite jealous and vengeful as the OT clearly demonstrates.

Or perhaps, both are the same God and he is rather severely bi-polar. Regardless, this author encourages Luciferians to do the opposite of what the OT God commands… which is a command in and of itself…



“The day has come when Fellow Craftsman must know and apply their knowledge. The lost key to their grade is the mastery of emotion, which places the energy of the universe at their disposal. Man can only expect to be entrusted with great power by providing his ability to use it constructively and selflessly.


When the Mason learns that the key to the warrior on the block is the proper application of the dynamo of living power, he has learned the mystery of his Craft. The seething energies of Lucifer are in his hands, and before he may step onward and upward, he must prove his ability to properly apply energy. He must follow in the footsteps of his father, Tubal-Cain.”


— Manly P. Hall, The Lost Keys of Freemasonry, Ch. 4: The Fellow Craft


Manly Hall completely shifts the focus here to an apparent balance of these opposing forces. By mastering one’s own emotions, and channeling the ‘seething energies of Lucifer’ into constructive projects, a Mason, as defined as a descendant of Cain, can step onward and upward.


Perhaps this analysis is providing a method or a means for the offspring of the first murderer to redeem themselves, thus redeeming their ‘patriarch,’ Tubal-Cain. Now THAT is worth contemplating.


Is this perhaps the reason so many are ‘prisoners’ of this ‘matrix?’


Are some people only here to learn to deny the beastly and potentially murderous impulses of Cain? If that be the case, it stands to reason that some are here to relish in it. Of course these are mere speculations. I am not a Luciferian.
Or am I?


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Will Walker

Fighting the powers that were, one revelation at a time. I am Will. I write articles that change the world. We are tearing down the matrix of domination and control to build a brave new world of free thinkers and deep lovers. Join us! Or don't... It's up to you, but we'd hate to see you miss out on 'Heaven on Earth'

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