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Lucifer

The Christian villain people are taught to fear and loathe

Christianity since its inception has been attempting to drive a wedge between positive and negative, darkness and light which has led to the science of separation as a means of knowing life. This has been an absolute failure because once something is dissected, it ceases to be and therefore cannot be known.

Over a period of several thousand years, the ideas that gave rise to Christianity were distorted from the original Hindu understanding that we live in a dualistic universe and we named these dualities as darkness and light, positive and negative, feminine and masculine. As the Hindu understanding of life travelled westward, the ideas were distorted and in some cases deliberately misinterpreted giving rise to morality based on the desires for pleasure experienced by the ruling elite who instead of serving the people, began using the people to further their own ambitions for short-term pleasure.

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James Robinson Cooper picks up the story of Lucifer:

“Lucifer” is depressed, over the years he feels that for no reason he has had a bit of a bad press. Portrayed as a heavenly being, who, having sought the highest seat in heaven, was cast down into the underworld where he spends his time helping people to destroy the world and give God the big finger. It seems however that “Lucifer” is the victim of a typical dark age Christian witch hunt and not only that “Lucifer” is actually a light worker whose name is Sanskrit.

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Sanskrit has the root “bhr” which possesses the primal meaning of “to bear ( hr ) with energy ( b )” its expressing the ability to “endure” to “bear” “exert” “suffer” “balance” “bestow” “conceive” and this is best expressed in its other meaning “to become pregnant”. “Bhr” becomes “bhara” meaning “weight” “load” “burden” “bear” which then becomes “bharata” meaning “that which is maintained” a name for “Agni” as without being maintained “Agni” will go out, and of course “Bharata” is the ancient name of India.

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“Bhr” and “bhara” meaning “to bear” becomes the Greek “phero” meaning “to bear” which then becomes the Latin “fero” meaning “to bear” and this is seen in words such as “conifer” as in “that which bears ( fer ) cones” and “aquifer” as in “that which bears ( fer ) water ( aqua )” and “transfer” as in “that which is carried ( fer ) across ( tran )”.

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So we have one part of the word “fer” meaning to “bear” the other part is “luc” which comes from the Sanskrit “lok” meaning “to see” “to perceive” “to behold” and this becomes “loka” meaning “space” “place” “region” which then becomes the Indo/euro “leuk” meaning “light” the Greek “leukos” meaning “white” and the Latin “lucidus” meaning “clear”.

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So we can see how “Lucifer” whose name means “the bearer ( fer ) of light ( luc )” has been stitched up by the church. Originally “Lucifer” was the Latin name for “Venus” who was known as “the morning star” reflecting his name “the bearer ( fer ) of light ( luc )”. Due to the unique movements of Venus which appears as the morning star and also the evening star this was used by the church to concoct a personality who rose to great heights within the heavens only to be cast down as the morning star climbing above the horizon.

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“Lucifer” is known in the Bible as “Heylel” whose meaning is “morning star” the words “helel ben shahar” which are found in the Bible means “Venus the morning star”. The original Hebrew word “Helel” means “shining one” “light bearer” which is the exact etymology of “Lucifer” and the translation for “Helel” as given in the King James Bible is “Lucifer” the Latin name for “Venus”. As translated from the original Hebrew we find the following verse -

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" How you have fallen from heaven, morning star, son of the dawn! You have been cast down to the earth, you who once laid low the nations! You said in your heart, 'I will ascend to the heavens; I will raise my throne above the stars of God; I will sit enthroned on the mount of assembly, on the utmost heights of Mount Zaphon. I will ascend above the tops of the clouds; I will make myself like the Most High.' But you are brought down to the realm of the dead, to the depths of the pit.” Isiah 14.12-17

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In this verse “Lucifer” is mentioned as “the son of the dawn” and in Latin we find that “Lucifer” is the son of “Aurora” the dawn goddess whose name comes from the Vedic goddess of the dawn “Usas” as seen in the following quotes -

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“ In classical mythology, Lucifer ("light-bringer" in Latin) was the name of the planet Venus, though it was often personified as a male figure bearing a torch. The Greek name for this planet was variously Phosphoros (also meaning "light-bringer") or Heosphoros (meaning "dawn-bringer"). Lucifer was said to be "the fabled son of Aurora and Cephalus, and father of Ceyx". He was often presented in poetry as heralding the dawn.” Encyclopedia Britanica.

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“ Lucifer's mother Aurora is cognate to the Vedic goddess Ushas, Lithuanian goddess Aušrinė, and Greek Eos, all three of whom are also goddesses of the dawn. All four are considered derivatives of the Proto-Indo-European stem *h₂ewsṓs (later *Ausṓs), "dawn", a stem that also gave rise to Proto-Germanic *Austrō, Old Germanic *Ōstara and Old English Ēostre / Ēastre. This agreement leads to the reconstruction of a Proto-Indo-European dawn goddess.” Mallory, J.P.; Adams, D.Q. (2006). The Oxford Introduction to Proto-Indo-European and the Proto-Indo-European World.

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The evidence seems clear “Lucifer” is innocent and the church are nothing more than a fraudulent sect. In the 3rd century A.D. we find in the city of Sardinia a bishop known as “Lucifer of Cagliari” now why name the bishop after the Devil ? Its like naming a practitioner of Bhakti yoga “demon devi dasi”. In the 3rd century A.D. we also find “Lucifer of Siena” the first bishop to be appointed in Siena in the year of 306 A.D. Can you imagine today a church congregation being told that the church was going to be managed by “Lucifer” ? So what is different between today and the 3rd century ? Simple, in the 3rd century “Lucifer” did not mean the Devil, it was simply a Latin word meaning “Venus” the “morning star” and later on this was manipulated into the Devil courtesy of a church which cannot exist upon its own foundations and has to rely upon fraudulent manipulations of which the church has a long, long history of.

by James Robinson Cooper

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