LUCIFER AND THE CULT OF FREEDOM
LUCIFER AND THE CULT OF FREEDOM
Submitted by David Livingstone on Mon, 04/19/2004 – 00:00
“In all corners of the earth the words Liberty, Equality, Fraternity brought to our ranks, thanks to our blind agents, whole legions who bore our banners with enthusiasm. And all the time these words were canker-worms at work boring into the well-being of the goyim, putting an end everywhere to peace, quiet, solidarity and destroying all the foundations of the goy States.
As you will see later this helped us to our triumph; it gave us the possibility, among other things, of getting into our hands the master card – the destruction of the privileges, or in other words of the very existence of the Aristocracy of the goyim, that class which was the only defense peoples and countries had against us. On the ruins of the natural and genealogical Aristocracy of the goyim we have set up the Aristocracy of our educated class headed by the Aristocracy of money.”
Protocols of Zion on Liberty
“Freedom” and “Liberty”, both terms originally devised by the Illuminati, are sham slogans, that have been used time and again to rally the masses of the Western world against some contrived foe. “Freedom” is a relative term. By itself it does not have any meaning. Human relationships, whether they be between one individual and another, or between the state and the individual, are defined by limitations. Man may be entitled to certain freedoms, but these must have defined limits, so that he can be prevented from encroaching on others, and others against he. Therefore, man cannot be “free”.
Ultimately, the principles of “freedom” and “liberty” are rooted in the occult. “Liberty”, along with “equality”, and “fraternity”, were concepts originally promulgated by the Freemasons. In turn, the dogma of the Freemasons is derived from the Gnostic tradition. Gnosticism is a heresy of Christianity that belonged to the first centuries AD. It derived its influence from the Jewish Kabbalah, and reversed the interpretation of the Bible.
Therefore, God became the evil one, while the devil was he who sought to “liberate” man by teaching him the forbidden knowledge, or magic. According to Gnostics then, all the laws proclaimed by the creator God of the Bible were to suppress man. Instead, he believed, man would only become free by indulging in as many vices as he could. Therefore, proponents of “liberty” offer an alternative principle to counter what they regard as the repression meted out by religion. They claim that we ought to be allowed to do as we please, as long as we do not harm anybody else. This is the same principle as that touted by modern-day witches, or Wiccans, as stated by the godfather of modern Satanism, Aleister Crowley: “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law”.
Therefore, the delusion Satanists are offering is that the laws of the monotheistic faiths are somehow repressive. And so, Satanism reverses that which is taught by them, and suggests that we ought to be allowed to indulge in what we please, as long as we do not harm anybody else. What they fail to recognize, however, is that the commandments of the monotheistic faiths are not to restrict indulgence, but also to prevent the harming of others, and therefore, forbid adultery, murder, theft, deception, exploitation and so on. And yet, indecency and vulgarity is praised as courage against prudishness. The female body is exploited everywhere to market products. Though, religion did not teach us to be “ashamed” of our bodies, but to “have shame” . Nevertheless, through the influence of Satanism, Hollywood is promoting exhibitionism as “body consciousness”.
To the Freemasons of the Enlightenment, who had been indoctrinated by the Illuminati, the use of “reason” supposedly helped man recognize that ultimately there is no God, that the Bible was a book of superstitions, and therefore, that he ought to seek “liberty” from the Catholic Church, which he came to regard to as “despotism”. Using the “philosophes” of the period as their mouthpiece, the Illuminati deceived the masses into believing that man no longer needed religion, but could discover laws by himself, through the use of “reason”. In this way, the first attempts to devise such laws were known as “inalienable rights”, first conceived and discussed in the meetings of the Illuminati, and which were designed to supplant the commandments of the Bible. And so, the great political successes of the secret societies, the American and French Revolutions, toppled Christianity, and in its place erected secular systems, under the pretense of eliminating state persecution of religion. Among the fifty-six American rebels who signed the Declaration of Independence, only six were not members of the Masonic Order. It was they who enshrined the Lucifarian principle of “liberty”, and ultimately replaced revelation with rights they regarded to be “self-evident”. What they had done, however, was subject themselves to the arbitrary regulations that their new bourgeois occult overlords formulated, which we now call “rights”, but in reality is a political and economic system set to advantage their class over the rest.
Religion does not forbid pleasure. Rather, it merely requires that it be tempered by a sense of greater responsibility towards one’s fellow human beings. The broader reality, however, is that Western citizens are accomplices in the exploitation of the rest of humanity. They have been duped by the propaganda that, because nature is evolving, the rest of the world is merely behind a stage of evolution. This, of course, is to disguise the fact that the World Bank and the IMF, following the dictates of the financial and banking elite, are deliberately impoverishing the rest of the world, to secure both cheap labor and natural resources.
As a result, two-thirds of the world now live at subsistence. In order to suppress the inevitable dissent that will arise from subject populations to their economic enslavement, the Western powers, through the Black Ops of the CIA, have installed brutal dictatorships. These are then compared to our relative prosperity, as proof of our institutions’ and leaders’ ability to provide us our cherished “freedoms.”