Lucifer was the good guy, the dissident who stood up for what's rightSubmitted by What's in a name on Wed, 06/18/2014 - 20:41
I'm not a religious man. I was raised in in a Christian family and went to church every week for the first several years of my life. I was baptized a Presbyterian and later attended a Methodist church up until the age of 12-ish.
I've always been one to ask questions and I'd often ask the nice elderly couple who taught sunday school at the first church about things that seemed contradictory... like the phrase "and god said let US create man in OUR own image" or the story of Jonah in the whale... it wasn't that I doubted God or Jesus, I just wanted things to match. even at a young age I wanted continuity of message, I wanted proper context and syntax.
As I've grown older I've spent much more time with the Bible. I've read it cover to cover a few times. I've also read the complete Torah, the Tao Te Ching, The Epic of Gilgamesh, various vedas, The book of Mormon and any other religious book I could find. I've studied Native American religion (including central/south American cultures), Celtic, Nordic, Greek, Zoroastrian and other traditions... and I have come the conclusion that the Bible was edited/altered in an intentional effort to deceive the masses.
The serpent is the knowledge-bringer in most traditions. A good guy associated with "the light" and "wisdom". Only in the Judeo-Christian-Islamic tradition is the light-bearer a bad guy.
I've always viewed the different religions as all being an attempt to both record history and to explain that which more primitive man was unable to understand... so I think there's a lot of historical fact mixed in with the various fables and tales of prophets, gods and angels.
I've finally constructed a reality which makes things jive in my head... since this board is full of people who think differently and all have a different interpretation of history and reality I thought I'd share the below theory and see your thoughts. It's not my intention to anger or alienate anyone and I don't want to insult anyone's beliefs. I just want to share this:
I think Lucifer led a revolt against God because he determined humans were capable of higher thought and shouldn't be treated as livestock. He transplanted populations to distant regions in an effort to protect them. He taught them about astronomy and farming and language and math. During the rebellion, Lucifer was winning... I think this battle raged for hundreds if not thousands of years. During the rebellion I believe Lucifer assumed the name of God. (look up Enki & Enlil to understand this better) I believe Jesus was actually one of Lucifer's guys. He was against the system, threw the money-changers out of the temple and didn't recognize authority other than God... New god, good god... not the vengeful and violent god of the old testament but the peaceful loving god of the new testament (a different entity).
Old god (Enlil) eventually wins the war and reassumes the title of God. Recognizing the value of propaganda there are certain changes made to the historical record among the conquered people (the central mass of western humanity from North Africa through western Asia and central Europe).
I don't have a clear line on the modern angles... the whole anti-Christ or Ma Di concept... I can only theorize that it's an effort to steer people away from seeking knowledge. Only Judeo-Christian-Islamic traditions discourage followers from seeking answers from sources outside their religious texts.
I'm pretty confident in asserting that the Jews, Christians and Muslims are loyal to the same "old god" (Enlil) and the rest of the world seems to follow the "new god" (Enki/Lucifer).
and I think the "NWO/Illuminati" are NOT luciferians, but follow the spiteful old testament god, Enlil, and for propaganda purposes frame Enki as their evil master.
Call me crazy... I'm used to it... but it felt good to type all that out and share.