Lucifer the light-bearer

Although this article is from the Gnostic perspective, it is an excellent refutation of the popular idea that the Gnostics revered Lucifer, which is also the same popular idea that drives Gnostic interpretations of Satanism and Luciferianism.

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I FORM THE LIGHT AND CREATE DARKNESS…”

One of the favorite rumors that fundamentalist Christians like to spread about the Gnostics is that they worship Lucifer the light-bearer. Supposedly the Gnostics worship this secret fallen angel of light who also challenged Jehovah in the form of the Serpent in the Garden of Eden. To add fuel to the fire, there are some modern self-proclaimed “Gnostics” today who choose to embrace “Lucifer” and revel gleefully in the scandal. But whether there really is a connection between Gnosticism and Lucifer is another matter. To get to the truth behind the rumors we must look at the historical record.

Let’s begin with some basic academic facts: Lucifer was originally the name of a god in ancient Roman mythology. Lucifer was the son of the dawn goddess named Aurora; and the Romans named the planet we call “Venus” after him. He…

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  1. Kek is the Light Bearer, the star of heaven, the Morning Star
    King Pepi lives forever in the Tree of Life with the Morning Star
    So says the Text of King Pepi and Carl Jung too.
    Budge, Gods of the Egyptians, 1904, p286
    “Lucifer” (Luc/Lux=light) + (-ifer=bearer/prophet) as in “Christopher” (bearer of Christ)
    As in Nefer and NeferKaRe (King Pepi II, Phios who knew HoSef called Joseph
    Kek is Kuk is Kush is Chus is Zeus is Dios Y Sus too

    “This King Pepi opened his path like the Fowlers
    he exchanged greetings with the lords of the kas.
    He went to the great isle in the midst of the Field of Offerings over which the lords make the swallows fly.
    The swallows are the imperishable stars.
    They give this King Pepi the TREE OF LIFE whereof they live
    that ye Pepi and the Morning Star may at the same time live.” Breasted, James Henry, Development of Religion and Thought in Ancient Egypt: Lectures Delivered on the Morse Foundation at Union Theological Seminary, Scribner’s Sons, 1912, Pages 130 -135
    https://archive.org/stream/developmentofrel00brea#page/130/mode/2up

    ipher, opher, Nefer is Phoros and the Nephilim too
    The word Pharoah likely comes from Phoros (Nefer, Nfr). See the hieroglyph for “Nefer” in Iesus’ name
    IaSus is HaKek and MeHoKek called Moses too
    The First King of Attica after the flood was Kekrops
    He divided his kingdom into 12 tribes
    He forbid bloody sacrifice and he is from whence the “Cake” came.

    Those of the Land of Keki – Khemenu to Elephantine are those of Khn n too.
    Those of Kekistan settled Thrace and the Hebrus Valles too.
    Kekrops was our king
    Those of the Ogdoad of Khemenu are the Eight of the Ark
    And the Flood of the Ogygians too

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