Lucifer & Satan
Satan (the devil) and Lucifer initially, are not the same. The term Lucifer was coined 300 years after the birth of Christ.
The term ‘Lucifer’ was first used in King James Bible to refer to the Morning Star, with no relation to Satan (the Devil)
Jesus Is Lucifer
The Latin name Lucifer is an exact translation of the Greek term Phosphorus a name meaning "Light-Bringer". Phosphorus (Lucifer) is the Morning Star,
the planet Venus in its morning appearance.
Did anyone spot it?
Horus was the son of the Egyptian sun god Amen-Ra who was born on December 25th and was part of the ancient Egyptian trinity which included Isis and
Osiris. There have been multiple theories liking the Egyptian trinity and the Christianity trinity which includes God the Father, Jesus the Son, and
the Holy Spirit.
The Eye of Horus is symbolic and is located shining like a star on top of the pyramid. The eye of Horus represents Jesus, Illumination, Truth...
Jesus himself is called the Morning Star
Revelation 22:16: I Jesus have sent mine angel to testify unto you these things in the churches. I am the root and the offspring of David, and the
bright and morning star.
The term ‘morning star’ is used throughout the New Testament and is in reference to Jesus the Christ.
In numerology the value of the names Lucifer and Jesus are exactly same.
(a = 1) (b=2) (c=3) etc.
L(12) + U(21) + C(3) + I(9) + F(6) + E(4) + R(18) =74
J(10) + E(5) + S(19) + U(21) + S(19) =74
And they also both add up to equal ‘Morning Star’.
M(13) + O(15) + R(18) + N(14) + I(9) + N(14) +G(7) + S(19) + T(20) + A(1) + R(18) = 148
74 + 74 =148
Jesus & Lucifer as Satan – Venus
Revelation 20:10 And the devil that deceived them was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone, where the beast and the false prophet are, and shall
be tormented day and night for ever and ever.
Multiply 74 (Jesus or Lucifer) by 9 and you get “The Mark of the Beast” - ‘666’
Venus is the second closest planet to the sun and is forever cast into the lake of fire due to its close orbit to the sun. It was said that Venus
once had water.
Venus would come into the sky before night and chase the setting sun and disappear.
Venus is an inferior planet, meaning that its orbit lies between the orbit of the Earth and the Sun, it can never rise high in the sky at night as
seen from Earth. It can be seen in the eastern morning sky for an hour or so before the Sun rises, or in the western evening sky for an hour or so
after the Sun sets, but never during the dark of midnight.
It is the brightest object in the sky after the Sun and the Moon. As bright and as brilliant as it is, ancient people did not understand why they
could not see it at midnight like the outer planets, or during midday, like the Sun and Moon. It outshines the planets Saturn and Jupiter, which do
last all night, but it soon disappears. Canaanite mythology has a story of an unsuccessful attempt by Athtar, the Morning Star pictured as a god, to
take over the throne of Baal
Very similar to the bible verse shown below
"For you have said in your heart: 'I will ascend into heaven. I will exalt my throne above the stars of God. I will also sit on the mount of the
congregation on the farthest sides of the north. I will ascend above the heights of the clouds. I will be like the Most High.'" (Isaiah 14:13-14)
Satan is often identified as the serpent who convinced Eve to eat the forbidden fruit;
To the Mayans, Venus is represented as the serpent: ‘Kukulcan’. Kukulcan is illustrated in the Venus pages of the Dresden Codex. The sun and
Venus were adopted as symbols of royal authority by the hierarchical states that took shape in the pre-Classical period.
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