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Is Satanism still relevant?

People within the occult movement tend to be rather pessimistic with regards to the relevancy and integrity of Satanism in the 21st century. Well, the question isn’t exactly as simple as whether or not it is relevant. We need to first take into account what Satanism is.

I consider the only valid definition of Satanism to be whatever works for the particular Satan, or the adversarial person. In other words, if you take on the Devil’s name and play the Devil’s game, Satanism is whatever it is to you. It’s not up to me to determine your life for you. If this is what we understand as Satanism, then yes, it is and always will be relevant. The only problems would have to arise from the particular person and their personal shortcomings.

There’s, of course, another way to look at Satanism, a way I violently disagree with, and that’s to look at a book, a guru or what have you and just calling that Satanism. If that’s how you look and it then yes, sooner or later it’s going to be outdated and irrelevant. That’s also the biggest problem with mainstream religion: dogma. Dogma will always be outdated and struck aside at some point.

That said, I do consider Satanism very relevant, I think it always will be. What you choose to call it is a separate issue entirely: what matters is the essence. It’s the Satanic spirit of progress, strife and antinomianism that matters.

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Cutting Edge Ministries, eh?

One of the sites anti-Freemasons tend to provide as proof of Freemasonry being Satanic (because if it’s on a website, it’s fact) is the following: http://www.cuttingedge.org/free11.html

Let’s have a look.

“Subtitle: Now, from their own words and symbols, Freemasonry is proven, beyond a shadow of a doubt, to be Satanic to the core!  You can be deceived no longer.”

Excellent! Let’s hear it.

“We further have taken the Biblical admonition carefully, comparing Masonic teachings to the Holy Bible. — This exercise is not an empty one, for your eternal, precious soul is at stake.”

How nice of you.

Finally, remember two things about Masonry: 1) Superior Masons deliberately lie to their fellow Masons, as those Masons “deserve to be mislead”; 2) Explanations given to 95% of all Masons are wrong.

So… Any proof for that?

Listen to this quote from a Masonic author, Carl Claudy: “Cut through the outer shell and find a meaning; cut through that meaning and find another; under it, if you dig deep enough, you may find a third, a fourth — who shall say how many teachings?”

So the teachings have nuance. Terrifying.

You have been lied to, as we demonstrate in our many articles.

That, again, remains to be seen.

Finally, remember Albert Pike’s bold assertion in Morals & Dogma, that “Masonry is identical to the ancient Mysteries”, which means that all their teachings in all their books are precisely the same as the Ancient, Pagan, Satanic Mysteries! [p. 624, teachings of the 28th Degree]

Actually, no. Pretty much none of that is true. Here’s what Pike said in reality:
“Though Masonry is identical with the ancient Mysteries, it is so only in this qualified sense: that it presents but an imperfect image of their brilliancy, the ruins only of their grandeur, and a system that has experienced progressive alterations, the fruits of social events, political circumstances, and the ambitious imbecility of its improvers.”
So… Yeah, you pretty much lied there. Time and time again people like you prove by their own words that they have no idea what they’re talking about. Read the bloody book before making idiotic claims.

Please, we implore you, take the time to read our articles so you may finally know the Truth of Jesus Christ, the God of the Universe which Masons contemptuously call an “inferior god”, and Whom they never, ever mention in their teachings or their rituals. We fervently pray that the Holy Spirit will illumine your mind, heart, and soul with the knowledge of the true God, and only the true God, of the Holy Bible.

Except for the some 50 times Jesus is mentioned in the Morals & Dogma alone. So again, you’re lying. I thought it was a sin to lie, or something?

Now, for the first time ever, we shall conclusively prove that Freemasonry is actually a worship of Lucifer, the Light-Bearer; of course, since Lucifer and Satan are Biblically the same person, Freemasonry is really the worship of Satan.

Actually they aren’t. Most Christians who know their Bible would agree. Lucifer comes from the Latin Lux=”light”, Fero=”to bring”. This is translated into light-bearer. Lucifer refers to multiple things in the Bible, from Venus, the “star” that shines in the morning, to Jesus Christ himself. 2. Peter 1:16-19:”16 For we have not by following artificial fables made known to you the power and presence of our Lord Jesus Christ: but we were eyewitnesses of his greatness. 17 For he received from God the Father honour and glory, this voice coming down to him from the excellent glory: This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased. Hear him. 18 And this voice, we heard brought from heaven, when we were with him in the holy mount. 19 And we have the more firm prophetical word: whereunto you do well to attend, as to a light that shines in a dark place, until the day dawn and the day star arise in your hearts.”
Take a look at the latin for verse 19: “Et habemus firmiorem propheticum sermonem : cui benefacitis attendentes quasi lucernæ lucenti in caliginoso loco donec dies elucescat, et lucifer oriatur in cordibus vestris”. So by your logic, by worshiping Jesus, you are in fact worshiping Satan. Brilliant. Lucifer is connected to Satan because of the story in Isaiah 14, which refers to a Babylonian king falling from his throne as the morning star is falling from the sky. This was used to support the popular story of a fallen angel falling from heaven, the evidence for which are actually quite shaky.

In symbols, Freemasonry reveals more about itself than it ever does in its writings; yet, we shall start with their writings, for there you shall find the “smoking gun” proof that Masons worship Lord Satan.

Keep that in mind.

Once you comprehend this truth, you shall understand why they have been so anxious all these centuries to keep the lid of secrecy tightly screwed down, for if people really understood that Masonry is a worship of Satan, no one would join, and the citizens of most communities would rise up as one to demand that the organization be completely outlawed.

Which would, in turn, be illegal. You can’t outlaw religious cults. It’s only the acts of cultists that can be prosecuted. Sorry.


“Lucifer, the Light-bearer! Strange and mysterious name to give to the Spirit of Darkness! Lucifer, the Son of the Morning! Is it he who bears the Light, and with its splendors intolerable, blinds feeble, sensual, or selfish souls? Doubt it not!” [Albert Pike, Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, p. 321, 19th Degree of Grand Pontiff; Red Emphasis added]

I already addressed some of this earlier on this post and went into some detail in an earlier post. Furthermore, it makes no sense to say that Lucifer is “praised as the light-bearer”, since that’s literally what it means. It’s redundant.

What a revelation! From the first degree, the first Initiation, the Mason is urged mightily to “seek the Light”! The average Mason is continually saying that he is “seeking the Light”, and will spend his entire life “moving toward the Light”. Almost every person in Western Civilization will assume that this “Light” is the revelation of the God of the Bible; indeed, this statement is held up continuously to try to convince us that Masonry is Christian. Yet, here, Albert Pike is saying that Lucifer is the One who bears the Light of Freemasonry! Lucifer is the Light-bearer of Freemasonry .

Yes, and if you actually read the book, or at least the whole paragraph you’re quoting, you would realize that Lucifer isn’t the light Masons seek. Lucifer is the light of the weak-willed and deluded. According to Pike, the blind are impressed by the seeming splendor of Lucifer, and the Mason should be careful not to be fooled.

Pike’s sentence immediately preceding this one confirms not only that Lucifer is the Light-bearer, but that Masons of previous degrees have been led to believe that the opposite was true. Since the wording of this sentence is a little arcane [understood only by those with special knowledge], I asked former Illuminist Satanist Doc Marquis, for his explanation. But, we are getting a little ahead of ourselves now; let us examine this sentence.

The same “Doc” Marquis, whose claim are so ridiculous that any sci-fi fan would call him out on the spot? Kerr Cuhulain had the following to say of him: “”Salman Rushdie has a one million dollar price on his head and has gone deep underground. Marquis claims that he has a half a million on his head and takes no precautions whatsoever to avoid assassination. He can supply no details of the 8 alleged attempts on his life. He claims that he only reported the first attempt to police but cannot remember where or to what agency. Marquis excuses his lack of precautions by claiming that ‘God won’t allow’ him to be killed.” But I’ll refrain from refuting him further here.

“The Apocalypse is, to those who receive the nineteenth Degree, the Apotheosis of that Sublime Faith which aspires to God Alone, and despises all the pomps and works of Lucifer.” [Ibid.]

At first glance, this sentence seems to contradict the one we first quoted above, where Pike identifies Lucifer as the Masonic Light-bearer. However when you understand the esoteric explanation from Doc Marquis, your understanding clears up completely.

First, Pike identifies the Apocalypse as being the Book of Revelation written by the Apostle John. Then, Pike states that other, similar books from other religions, are just as ‘inspired’ as Revelation, mentioning Plato, Philo, the Sephar Yezirah, and the Sohar. Pike says all three of these books — Apocalypse [Revelation], the Sephar Yezirah, and the Sohar, are all identically “inspired”. Since these latter two books are of non-Christian faiths, Pike is saying that the contents of Revelation are no big deal. Therefore, it is no big deal that the Book of Revelation denigrates the “pomp and works” of Satan, since the God of that book is known to hate Satan.

That’s pretty rich. First of all, Pike doesn’t say anywhere that all of the books are “just as inspired” or that therefore they are “no big deal”. Pike states, correctly, that there have been obscure and apocalyptic writings before the Bible. This doesn’t take away from his belief that the Bible is the only true divinely inspired holy book. Second, Pike states clearly that the Mason should put his faith in God. Furthermore, you’re statements are self-defeating. If Pike thought that all of the holy books were identically correct, what would that make him? Something from a Universalist to an atheist, but , of course, he’s a Christian. You have yet again lied. “By their works you shall know them”, huh?

Then, Pike says that these three books “are the completest embodiment of Occultism”. [Ibid.] Now, we understand that Pike views the God of the Apocalypse as being the opposite but equal to Satan, just as typical Occultists believe and teach!

Nope. It’s hard to find anything to say here, except for you’re wrong. Or lying, judging by your track record. Every single word after “[Ibid.]” is wrong.

Secondly, Doc Marquis provides the esoteric, occultic, explanation. Pike is also saying in this sentence that, in the previous 18 degrees, Masons believed that God was the Light-bearer, but now, in this 19th Degree, Pike is giving them new revelation. This insight completely squares with stated Masonic policy of deliberately misleading Masons in the lower degrees until they were really ready for the “truth”. This is the truth — Masonry worships Lucifer .

None of which you have proven or demonstrated. Brilliant.

Pike then gives concrete evidence of Freemason’s worship of Satan/Lucifer on the very front of the cover of Morals and Dogma ! Below the round seal of “God”, Pike writes a phrase written in Latin, which proves to be a typical Satanic phrase. One look at this phrase would alert any Satanist that the contents of this book are Satanic! A Satanist would also understand immediately that all of Freemasonry is Satanic.

You’re demonstrably wrong yet again, I’ll tell you why in a moment.

What is this phrase? “DEUS MEUMQUE JUS” The literal meaning is “God and My Right”

Actually, this phrase is translated as “God and my moral rightness”, which is something perhaps most Satanists would reject off hand. Satanists tend to be moral nihilists, meaning that they don’t believe in good and evil. So you’re wrong again.

Doc Marquis says this statement is a very typical one within Satanism. It has two meanings, one within the other. First, this phrase means that the Freemason can depend upon their God to determine their Right and Justice. Secondly, since the God of Freemasonry is Lucifer, Masons are saying that they are “using occult methods”, through Lucifer, to achieve their Rights and Justice. Marquis says that this phrase is very powerful and very dangerous within Satanism. The second a Satanist sees this phrase in Latin on Pike’s book, he knows the material within is Satanism, without reading a word!

Wrong again, honey. Satanists don’t worship a god, if they believe in one to begin with. At best a Satanist sees Satan, or whatever they may choose to call this entity, as more of a mentor, allowing them to grow and learn. A Satanist would never bow down to It, nor would we try to draw any sort of moral guidelines from It.


“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 proving 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 forefather, Tubal-Cain, who with the mighty strength of the war god hammered his sword into a plowshare.” [Manly P. Hall, 33rd Degree, K.T., The Lost Keys of Freemasonry or The Secret of Hiram Abiff , Forward by Reynold E. Blight, 33rd Degree, K.T., Illustrations by J. Augustus Knapp, 32nd Degree, Macoy Publishing and Masonic Supply Company, Inc., Richmond, Virginia, p. 48; Emphasis Added]

This statement is the most bold and concise anyone can create in the English language! It boldly states that, once the Mason learns to control his emotion, and to properly apply the “dynamo of living power”, he can be assured of being able to control the “seething energies of Lucifer” in his hands. Further, he admits that Masonry is the Craft, the old name for Witchcraft! Further, all Satanists are assured that, if they will join the coven and learn the Craft, he will control the supernatural power of Satan, just as Manly P. Hall is promising here.

This is most powerful proof that Freemasonry is Satanism, because its language is direct and clear, not cluttered with deliberately confusing arcane language that only an insider can understand. Further, note that Hall and Reynold E. Blight are 33rd Degree Masons, while the Illustrator is 32nd Degree. Macoy Publishing Company is also one of the most respected of all Masonic Publishing Houses.

This is a more subtle, but equally wrong conclusion. Here Manly P. Hall is talking about taking control of chaos to make something good and productive. He’s not talking about serving any evil forces or really controlling them, rather he’s talking about rising above evil and chaotic forces to redirect them to something good. In other words, A Mason doesn’t work for or even with evil forces, he defeats them and thereby empowers himself. Here I can’t provide any direct quote that would sufficiently prove my point, rather I’d suggest that the reader familiarize themselves with the book in question by Manly P. Hall, if you’re using a PDF, you can easily search for the quote, just go back a few pages and read on. I would also suggest reading at least the first three degrees of Morals & Dogma, in which Albert Pike also discusses a similar theme. Not that I really have to go to that extent, since Hall wrote The Lost Keys Of Freemasonry in 1923, 31 years before he became a Mason! Oh, and Craft simply refers to craft, as in masonry is literally a craft. Masonry has historical ties to craft guilds, hence the name.


But, the revelations from this paragraph are not finished yet. Note that Hall makes reference to Tubal-Cain, above. Let us review this sentence, as it also reveals Satanism. The Mason must “follow in the footsteps of his forefather, Tubal-Cain, who with the mighty strength of the war god hammered his sword into a plowshare.” In the Masonic Quiz Book, the candidate is asked this question: “Who was Tubal Cain?” Answer: “He is the Vulcan of the pagans.” [William P. Peterson, Editor, Masonic Quiz Book: “Ask Me Brother”, Chicago, Illinois, Charles T. Power Company, 1950, p. 18, 88, 131, 213; also found in John Yarker, The Arcane Schools: A Review of their Origin and Antiquity: With a General History of Freemasonry and Its Relation to the Theosophic Scientific and Philosophic Mysteries, Belfast, Ireland, William Tait, 1909, p. 30; also found in A. R. Chambers, Editor, Questions and Answers, 1972, p. 237; also found in Malcom Duncan, Duncan’s Ritual of Freemasonry , New York, David McKay Company, Inc., n.d. 3rd Edition, p. 94.]

In fact, in the Third Degree of Master Mason, Tubal-Cain is the password given.

Other than identifying Freemasonry with paganism in this sentence, what is the meaning of the Vulcan of the pagans? This question is very important, because Manly P. Hall advises the Mason that, once he has the seething energies of Lucifer in his hands, he is to walk in Tubal-Cain’s footsteps. Hall makes it sound like Tubal-Cain is one of the Greek gods, does he not? And, we know conclusively that Tubal-Cain is Vulcan of the Pagans. Let us review who Vulcan of the pagans is, by looking within occult sources.

“Vulcan was a sun deity who was associated with fire, thunderbolts and light. The festival in honor of him was called the Vulcania in which human sacrifices were offered.” [Percival George Woodcock, Short Dictionary of Mythology, New York, Philosophical Library, p. 152]. “According to Diel, he bears a family relationship to the Christian devil.” [J.E. Cirlot, translated by Jack Sage, A Dictionary of Symbols , New York, Dorset Press, 1991, p. 362]. “It is fascinating to know that he married Venus, another name for Lucifer or the devil .” [Woodcock, op. cit., p. 150-151; Emphasis added]

Wow! In one fell swoop, we learn that Manly P. Hall tells the Mason that he can have the seething energies of Lucifer in his hands, and then tells him to follow in the footsteps of the “Christian devil”, to whom “human sacrifices ” are offered!

Well no, that’s drawing a completely childish conclusion (which might actually nicely sum up your entire page). Like Manly P. Hall said in the very quote you provided, Tubal-Cain transformed the sword into a plowshare. Now, what is a plowshare? It’s an instrument that focuses the power of a strong being into a single point. What is a sword? An instrument that generates chaos and anguish. Therefore, Tubal-Cain changes the chaotic and painful into something that focuses the uncontrolled power into something good and productive.


By now, even the most hardened of skeptics should be convinced that Freemasonry is Lucifer/Satan worship. However, for those who may still need more convincing, let us consider the Infernal Names by which Masonry masks its many references to Satan. In the Satanic Bible, we see 77 names by which pagans have referred to Satan over the centuries. Let us quickly review some of the “Infernal Names” of Satanism found within Masonry. [Satanic Bible, Anton LaVey, p. 144-46]

Interestingly enough, I’m not at all convinced, quite the opposite, actually. And way to completely fuck up (there goes my first curse word, sorry Christians) what the Infernal Names are. They’re not “names by which pagans have referred to Satan”, they’re names that Christians have used to label the native pagan religions of many peoples as Devil worship, so they’re actually the polar opposite of what you tried to say they are.

We shall list the Freemason teaching on each of these names, and then the explanation.

Baphomet — “The Gnostics held that it [universal agent] composed the igneous [pertaining to fire] body of the Holy Spirit, and it was adored in the secret rites of the Sabbat or the Temple under the hieroglyphic figure of Baphomet or the hermaphroditic goat of Mendes .” [Pike, op. cit., p. 734, teaching of the 28th Degree; Emphasis added]

We find it absolutely incredible that the Freemasons should portray the Holy Spirit with the Satanic symbol, Baphomet !

Once again, a quote out of context! Lovely. This one is a bit too long for me to post here, so again I suggest that you look up the quote in a PDF and read the two paragraphs before the one quoted. Pike is actually talking about a certain force in the universe. He’s mentioning that Gnostic Christians identified this force as the Holy Spirit AND that in the supposed rites of the Sabbat this force was identified as Baphomet. He isn’t identifying the two with one another.

This symbol was created by one of the foremost Satanists and Freemasons of all time, Eliphas Levi. Over the centuries, it has been recognized as one of the most evil of all symbols. As you look closely at Baphomet, you will see the emphasis is on sex, as this Being is androgynous — both male and female — you can see it has the breasts of a woman, and an erect phallus. In fact, two serpents are shown coiled around the erect phallus, a phallus that looks suspiciously large. This Being has the head of the “Horned Goat” another title for Satan. In the book, Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated, Dr. Burns says, “In a book on witchcraft, The Complete Book of Witchcraft and Demonology … the caption states that he is ‘the horned god of the witches, symbol of sex incarnate’.” [p. 51] If you look carefully, you will see Baphomet making the sign of the Devil’s triad with his right hand. “Baphomet is also known as the Sabbatic goat, in whose form Satan is to be worshipped at the Witches’ Sabbath”. [Frank Gaynor, Dictionary of Mysticism, New York, Philosophical Library, 1953, p. 24]

Partly true. Levi was not a Freemason, at best he had an interest in Rosicrucianism as a sort of literary or ritualistic theme, but as far as I know he never was a member. As far as your analysis of the symbol, you’re again partly right. The “god of the witches” part is a myth. The symbol was created by Christian fanatics to prosecute others, like they so often did at that time. It was also used to destroy the Knights Templar. The name comes from the latin word for Muhammad, Mahomet, suggesting also a strong anti-Islamic theme. The theme of the Sabbatic Goat, however, was completely made up by Levi. I suggest reading the analysis by Anton LaVey, as written in the Satanic Bible.

Then, we discovered that Baphomet is officially approved as a symbol of the Church of Satan [The Occult Emporium, Winter , 1993-1994, p. 54] and that it is worn by the Priest of Satan [Ibid., 1990-1991, p. 26]

Actually it’s the Sigil of Baphomet, an inverted pentagram with a goat’s head and the word “Leviathan” in hebrew written on the outer ring. Close enough, at least you tried.

Look carefully at this very Satanic Pentagram, because Freemasonry makes huge use of Pentagrams. Look at the pentagrams we show below. This Pentagram is used by the Eastern Star, which is the Freemason division for women! Once again, Masonry utilizes a very evil Satanic symbol for the Order that trains its young, impressionable girls. Why didn’t Masonry at least utilize the “Good Star” with one point up, rather than the most evil 5-pointed star, this Goats Head of Mendes? Truly, their use of this symbol tells us exactly that they are evil through and through, even to their own young girls.

This paragraph almost sounds like you’re trolling, to be honest. The symbol wasn’t at all “Satanic” before certain elements adopted it to their own use, most significantly for the modern reader, the Church of Satan. The pentagram was mainly adopted to Freemasonry through Rosicrucianism, where the symbol represents the five points of felicity: to walk with, to intercede for, to love, to assist and to pray for. These are also sometimes represented by pictures in the pentagram itself. And for a symbology lesson, which you clearly need, I’ll explain a couple of different meanings the pentagram has. The upright pentagram is usually composed of the pentacle and the circle outside it. The pentacle represents the five elements: air, fire, earth, water and spirit. The circle, sometimes replaced by an omnivorous, represents the infinite. The upright pentagram represents mans connection to the infinite and the divine. The inverted pentagram, on the other hand, represents earthly life, that is, it represents carnal life and life on this earth. It does NOT represent evil. Another meaning is Christian. How about that. In this case the five points represent the five wounds inflicted to Jesus on the cross.

We discovered this symbol at a Wiccan site for jewelry. They were chortling over the fact that the Masonic Ring Emblem was really a disguised Pentagram! As you can see, the figure on the left is the typical Masonic Ring symbol, with the compass, square, and rule. The figure on the right depicts the full figure from which the Ring symbol was taken. If you look closely, you can see two 5-pointed stars. One of them is colored darker than the other. The darker shade Pentagram is the 2-points-up Evil Pentagram depicting Satan, while the other, lighter shaded Pentagram is the 1-point-up Good Star, depicting Lucifer. [See the Lucifer-Satan Pentagram explanation, below].

Yeah, the normal symbol for the Masonic ring is the square and compass, which nothing to do with the pentagram.

From this depiction, you can see that the Masonic Ring symbol is just a disguised Pentagram, with both the “Good” and “Evil” stars represented! In other words, this Wiccan site is trumpeting to the world that Freemasonry serves both the good Lucifer and the evil Satan!

I suppose they have the right to believe any number of stupid things.

Thoth — “The first HERMES was the Intelligence or Word of God. Moved with compassion for a race living without law … God sent to man Osiris and Isis, accompanied by THOTH, the incarnation or terrestrial repetition of the first HERMES; who taught men the arts, science, and the ceremonies of religion; and then ascended to Heaven or the Moon.” [Pike, Morals and Dogma, p. 255, 17th Degree, Knights of the East and West; Emphasis was in the original].

The founder of the House of Theosophy, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, whose books were all written by her demonic Guiding Spirits in a form we call Automatic Writing, ties Thoth together for us nicely. “… Hermes, the god of wisdom, called also Thoth, Tat, Set, Set, and Sat-an; and that he was, furthermore, when viewed under his bad aspect, Typhon, the Egyptian Satan , who was also Set.” [Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Isis Unveiled , Vol. I: Science, New York, Trow’s Printing and Bookbinding Company, 1877, p. 554, xxxiii. Colored Emphasis added]

I find it highly interesting that Blavatsky, like Anton LaVey in the Satanic Bible, had no trouble tying the Infernal Name, Thoth, with Satan, and especially the Egyptian Satan ! Remember Pike’s words, quoted in the very beginning, that “Masonry is identical to the ancient Mysteries”! This statement means that the Freemasons believe the same as all the Ancient Mysteries and worship the same god, Satan, albeit under different names.

Since Blavatsky mentioned another of the Infernal Names, Typhon, and has identified him as the Egyptian Satan, let us review Albert Pike once again, as we discover that Freemasonry reveres Typhon as well.

I won’t bother commenting much, since most of this has nothing to do with Freemasonry. What Pike said there is pretty much fact, it’s history. What Blavatsky says has nothing to do with Freemasonry and is irrelevant to the topic at hand, although I will comment that you’re drawing attention to Set-an for no reason. The etymology for the Biblical Satan is completely different. I already talked about the “ancient Mysteries” thing, so let’s move right along.

Typhon — “Osiris was the son of Helios (Phra) the ‘divine offspring congenerate with the dawn’ and at the same time an incarnation of Kneph or Agathodaemon, the Good Spirit, including all his possible manifestations, either physical or moral. He represented in a familiar form the beneficent aspect of all higher emanations and in him was developed the conception of a Being purely good, so that it became necessary to set up another power as his adversary, called Seth, Baby, or Typhon to account for the injurious influences of Nature.” [Pike, op. cit., p. 588, Teachings of the 28th Degree, Knight of the Sun, or Prince Adept].

Once again, we can see the occult, Satanic doctrine that all of Nature is composed of good and evil, black and white, opposites that are equal but opposite. Folks, this is pure Satanism, and Albert Pike has just espoused it, explaining that nature could not allow the all-loving, all-good Osiris to exist without an evil counterpart. In fact, Satanism and Freemasonry both share the same, very revealing, symbol to depict this situation. Quoting from Masonic sources, we provide you with this picture.

Wrong again. Like I said earlier, good and evil aren’t Satanic concepts, they’re Christian concepts. It was Christianity that plagued the world with this false dichotomy.

In these symbols, the left-hand Pentagram surrounded by the magic circle is Lucifer — the good god — with the one point upward and two down; the right-hand Pentagram, again surrounded by the magic circle, is Satan — the evil god — with the two points up and the one down. These symbols depict exactly what Albert Pike is talking about in the paragraph above! He says that the evil god, whom he calls Seth or Typhon [Typhon is listed in The Satanic Bible as Infernal Names for Satan] is the adversary of the good god, Osiris; therefore, Pike is saying Osiris is Lucifer , a finding consistent with the rest of the Occult realm.

An upright pentagram does not represent Lucifer, nor is he typically considered “the good god”. This whole paragraph to me seems like something people like you just made up.

With this symbol in mind, we find it highly interesting that the Masonic street layout for Washington, D.C., which we cover in great detail in NEWS1081, is laid out in the form of the “evil Pentagram on the right, the symbol for Satan, also known as the Goats Head of Mendes ! Therefore, the Masonic Plan for the United States is one of evil, even in their own minds, not good. We will print out this street layout for you now, but we encourage you to read the full details in NEWS1081

Back up your claims. You have no way of knowing that any symbolism whatsoever was intended, you don’t know which way you’re supposed to look at it if it was and so on. Furthermore, I already explained the different meanings of a pentagram, so this still doesn’t mean much beyond “Freemasons like symbolism”. If you couldn’t figure that out, there’s something wrong with you.

Pan — “… Satan is not a black god, but negation of God … this is not a Person, but a Force, created for good, but which may represent evil. It is the instrument of Liberty or Free Will. They represent this Force … under the mythologic and horned form of the God Pan; thence came the he-goat of the Sabbat, brother of the Ancient Serpent, and the Light-bearer …” [Pike, Morals and Dogma, p. 102]

Shock and horror, you’ve done some more quote-mining. This isn’t even a theme anymore, it’s just the whole of your argument. Here’s the first quote: “The true name of Satan, the Kabalists say, is that of Yahveh reversed; for Satan is not a black god, but the negation of God. The Devil is the personification of Atheism or Idolatry.” Again, Pike is not remotely idolizing Satan.
The next quote: “For the Initiates, this is not a Person, but a Force, created for good, but which may serve for evil. It is the instrument of Liberty or Free Will. They represent this Force, which presides over the physical generation, under the mythologic and horned form of the God PAN; thence came the he-goat of the Sabbat, brother of the Ancient Serpent, and the Light-bearer or Phosphor, of which the poets have made the false Lucifer of the legend.” This paragraph directly follows the last one. Again, there’s not a hint of Devil worship found here. He uses the words “false Lucifer”, because the Christian idea of Lucifer is based on mistakes in the translation and folklore.

The rest of the page isn’t really relevant, so I’ll just stop here. If you made through that, or even most of that, you have my thanks. I hope I’ve to some extent shed light on some of the mistakes anti-Freemasons make when discussing the matter.

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