The Secrets of Lucifer

Chapter 2: Luciferianism



The Asar


 It is not Lucifer who was cast from heaven in the popular mythology (that was the Devil, Satan); he came by his own volition to teach men the arts of science and alchemy, and to cause dissention between them and their God with his ideology of rebellion. He is the one of whom the Promethean myths speak. He brought fire (that is, the fire of the magi—knowledge, illumination) from heaven and gave it to men, and because this was a violation of heaven’s decree, he was punished for his crime. Thus he is the benevolent god and martyred hero of the Illuminists, chastised, according to their beliefs, by the god of the Christians, an evil and vindictive despot. After the real-world Lucifer (the Asar, Osiris) was destroyed around 3100 BC, his kingdom and his ideology persisted.

Genesis chapter 10 records the exploits of a great man called Nimrod, a name which signifies ‘rebellion’ in Hebrew. It claims that he founded a kingdom in Mesopotamia on the ruins of Babylon, Uruk, Akkad and Calneh. Also, “Out of that land [Shinar or Sumer] went forth Asshur,” and proceeded to build Nineveh and the cities of Rehoboth, Calah and Resin.33

Nimrod was a grandson of Ham and a great-grandson of Noah. He is described as a “mighty hunter before Yahweh,” where ‘before’ carries the connotation of ‘against.’ The Hebrew word gibbor which denotes his mightiness is also used for the sons of the fallen angels in that context, and so it is also inferred that he had some angelic (to be read ‘extraterrestrial’) lineage in him which accounts for his dominance over other men.

Like Nimrod, the protagonist of the Epic of Gilgamesh, a mighty Neo-Sumerian hunter-king like Nimrod, is two-thirds deity. His quest for immortality begins when he slays the Bull of Heaven with a companion and his companion is consequently sentenced to die, after which he realizes that he is also going to die sooner or later. The epic was the most influential and repeated story ever told before the birth of Christ and is widely known for its detailed account of the Biblical Flood legend. It sheds a tremendous amount of light on ancient Near Eastern culture, especially as far as what a man’s quest to become God was like at that time.

Like the ancient Hebrews and Mesopotamians, the Greeks also depicted this rebellious demigod hunter in their stories. The constellation of Orion shows the Titan hunter facing Taurus (the ‘Bull’ of the Zodiac or heaven) with his club raised. The mythological character of Orion was based on the Akkadian figure of Ur-ana, and both names mean ‘the light which comes from heaven.’ The word used in Syriac is gabbar (‘hero’), a word which undoubtedly has the same origin as gibbor.34 (Before the vowels are added, they are technically the same word in written Hebrew, which is all that is left of that language.)

A close look at the Genesis narrative reveals a distinction between the three cities which Nimrod built and the three in which he built his ziggurats (step pyramid temples). His association with the constellation of Orion comes from the replication of the layout of the Great Pyramids of Egypt, themselves patterned after the belt of Orion. (These cities did not become inhabited settlements until later.) The sychronization of the worldwide rule through conquest and identical building program of the Akkadian Empire with the antediluvian civilization centered in Egypt is unmistakable. Nimrod (a pseudonym for Sargon ‘the Great’ of Akkad) was a man who simulated the glory of the antediluvian civilization which opposed God. He was the first recorded Luciferian (and is celebrated in Masonry as the founder of their craft), and the first whose agenda and ideology prove that an internationalist Luciferian agenda still existed after the deluge.

Even as Orion means ‘light from heaven’ (or ‘city of heaven’), the Babylonian name for the Biblical nefilim is ellu (‘shining ones’) and the Sumerian form of annunaki supposedly means ‘we who came from heaven.’35 The Sumerian word for their offspring, the gibborim, is ari (also ‘shining ones’). Nimrod was one of the ari, and the Bible alternatively calls him Asshur, a title which is so curious that it has led to universal misconceptions and mistranslations. The name of Asshur, which became the name of the land of Assyria, is actually the original name of Lucifer.

The name of Osiris literally means ‘he who sees the throne’ or possibly ‘he who watches from the throne.’ Ofan (plural ofanim), the word for ‘throne’ in the Hebrew Bible, is used to designate all types of UFOs, including the “throne of God,” which makes Osiris the same person as God. Another possibility is that the ofan symbolically represents the world or the world government. If this is the case, then the concept of the Eye of Horus is the origin of the so-called All-Seeing Eye of the Illuminati which sits at the top of their pyramid. The symbol of the eye has even more significance if we consider that Lucifer was the leader of the zofim (‘watchers’) in the Bible, and of the ofanim (‘thrones’) in the non-canonical Hebrew scripture.

Osiris built and was supposedly entombed underneath the Giza Pyramids, and the image of these pyramids is everywhere in the Hermetic traditions of Luciferian cults. It has been prophesied that he will rise from the dead and rule over the world once again in a new golden age. This is the ultimate objective of all Illuminists and the reason for the existence of the New Age Movement and the New World Order.

I have found a shaft, going 29 meters vertically down into the ground, exactly halfway between the Chefren Pyramid and the Sphinx. At the bottom, which was filled with water, we have found a burial chamber with four pillars. In the middle is a large granite sarcophagus which I expect to be the grave of Osiris, the god. Zahi Hawass36

This statement came from the world’s leading archaeologist, who later became the first ever Egyptian Minister of Antiquities, in 1998. An international press conference was held and the event was broadcast in a special television documentary. Then the operation suddenly became covered in secrecy and a wall was built around the Giza Plateau to keep the public out.37 The public’s attention span diminished, and it has since forgotten about the episode.

What Dr. Hawass has found was documented thousands of years ago. It is still available by reading the Greek historian Herodotus and many other Luciferians since his time, particularly the 20th century mystic Edgar Cayce. The archaeological secret being hidden is, if not the grave of Osiris who perished in the Great Flood timeframe, a treasure trove of information which some have called the Hall of Records.38 It is an enormous underground library built by Osiris containing all the knowledge of the antediluvians, i.e. the knowledge which Lucifer brought from heaven, leading directly to the corruption of mankind, and of all flesh in the earth.

5The LORD saw how great man’s wickedness on the earth had become, and that every inclination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil all the time. 6The LORD was grieved that he had made man on the earth, and his heart was filled with pain. Genesis 6:5-6 (NIV)

After the Flood, the cult of Osiris was unquestionably the most important religion in the ancient world. It served as the core of the Egyptian belief system which became henotheistic, both in theory and in practice, and greatly influenced the Greeks and the Persians who came to Egypt for knowledge, from whom are descended the world’s major religions. The killing of the sacred bull was an important feature of the cult’s rituals, which indicates that the practice did not begin with Nimrod, but with Osiris.

Osiris was worshiped as Andjety in pre-dynastic Egypt, and this is as close as we can get to the original name from the Egyptian language.39  Andjety literally means ‘one who is from heaven,’ where djed clearly represents the heavens. Most scholars foolishly believe the djed depicts a type of pillar as a reference to the backbone of Osiris in hieroglyphs, but if this was even a plausible interpretation, it would necessarily mean that Osiris’ name indicates that he came from ‘the backbone of Osiris,’ and it would invalidate the significance of the Great Pyramids. All of the ancient religions were aimed at ascension to heaven, symbolized by the incessant building of step architecture. In the 20th century, Thor Heyerdahl was able to find and excavate pyramids as far away as Peru, the Canary Islands and even West Samoa.40

Those far-flung pyramids are just some of the high places; the majority of evidence of the antediluvian civilization is in the megalithic underwater ruins throughout the world. Within a few centuries after the Flood, the Bible says, God confused the languages of men and scattered them to put an end to their building projects. Yet even to this day, the name and pertinent details of the Asar and his role are preserved in Babylon, where the event occurred, through the Mandaic book of prayer.41 This all points to the vast influence of Osiris (or Andjety, or Lucifer), the god-king of the ancient world. He was, in fact, the only god and the only king of the antediluvians, and all pantheons and kingdoms following the Flood have been emanations of his religion and his rule.



The Molekh


[I]t is but natural […] to view Satan, the Serpent of Genesis, as the real creator and benefactor, the Father of Spiritual mankind. For it is he who was the “Harbinger of Light,” bright radiant Lucifer, who opened the eyes of the automaton created by Jehovah, as alleged; and he who was the first to whisper: “in the day ye eat thereof ye shall be as Elohim, knowing good and evil”—can only be regarded in the light of a Saviour. Helena Petrovna Blavatsky42

Lucifer has been known by many names throughout the millennia since his arrival on Earth. In certain places which we shall examine, these names overlap and set the basis for literally all of the ostensibly pantheistic religions of the Near East. The following summary is intended to show that Luciferianism has had an unbroken succession from its inception to the present day and how Luciferianism became synonymous with Satanism.

He is represented by several gods of the Hindu pantheon, especially Agni. As Enlil in the Akkadian pantheon, he is the husband of Ninlil. Ninlil, also known as Lilith (Hebrew), Isis (Egyptian) and Iris (Babylonian), is therefore the forerunner of the goddess cults which are merely a singular extension of Luciferianism.43 She serves in various capacities ranging from the seductress of Cain (sometimes Adam) to the mother of the Horus figure. Horus, in turn, is the Antichrist, the son of Lucifer who avenges his father against the evil god Set, representing Adam’s righteous bloodline (i.e., human beings, as opposed to reptilian hybrids).

Nimrod’s influence over the religious beliefs and practices of the Akkadians extended into Canaan. (As we will see, the Canaanites also had knowledge of the Asar and worshiped him apart from the influence of Nimrod, whose conquests began in Egypt and actually inspired the Horus myth.) The Akkadian name of Milqartu was transliterated into the Phoenician language as Melqart, the ‘Lord of Tyre,’ and into Hebrew as Molekh. As Malku in Babylon and Assyria, he is associated with Nergal, a judge in the underworld, and this was either caused by or developed parallel to his equivalent role in Egypt.44

Dagon was also regarded a judge of the dead in the Babylonian and Assyrian pantheons derived from their mutual Akkadian source.45 The Mari texts show that Dagon was considered the chief god of the Philistines by 2500 BC, and the Ebla texts from the following centuries reaffirm this. This name also comes from the Akkadian name of Dagana (‘Agriculture,’ implying hybridization and/or genetic modification of crops, another of Lucifer’s many roles). The relationship which the Akkadian kings had with their god as Dagana is unmistakable; the stele of Ashurnasirpal II indicates that “Naram-Sin slew Aram and Ebla with the weapon of the god Dagan who aggrandizes his kingdom.” This kingdom is a reference to the Akkadian Empire of Sargon, the regnal name of Nimrod, who preceded Naram-Sin. Dagon’s importance is also stressed in the Bible, where the Nazarite judge Samson destroyed the temple of Dagon in the Philistine city of Gaza as his last heroic act, and the Ark of the Covenant was taken to his temple in Ashdod when it was captured by the Philistines. It was then returned to the Hebrews after Dagon’s statue was discovered prostrated and dismembered in front of it.46

It is not as though the ancient religions were superstitious or pantheistic, as modern scholars would have us believe. They were all cults built around the henotheistic worship of either Lucifer or Lilith (sometimes both, especially in conjunction with Horus), and they were based in what was then the well-known history now presented relatively unchanged (albeit filtered through the cultural lens of the Hebrews) in the Bible.47 Throughout both testaments, we are presented with the duality of the conflict between the prophets of God and the prophets of Baal (‘the Lord’), respectively called the “sons of light” and the “sons of darkness,” with each side claiming to represent light and truth and life. While the correct interpretations of the Hebrew scriptures has been lost to the public, in the context of the greater picture, they provide the background information necessary for an understanding of the correlations between the other ancient traditions.

For instance, the ancient word for ‘king’ in Hebrew is written as mlk. This is variously translated according to the context as melek or melchi, or malakh (‘messenger,’ ‘angel’), or as the proper name Molekh, also spelled Moloch or Molech. The fact that contemporary translators have never been aware of the meaning of this word has led to a great deal of confusion not only to its meaning, but also to the Satanic cult of the Canaanites which was in constant conflict with the Mosaic religion and culture of the Old Testament prophets.

As mentioned in The World At War, Lucifer’s contemporary name comes from the Latin translation of Isaiah 14:12. The context of this chapter is a prophecy against the King of Babylon, followed by prophecies against the nations of Assyria and Philistia (or Phoenicia). While the identity of the King of Babylon is subject to interpretation, due to the fact that many Christians think of this as also pertaining to the present or future, the prophecies against these other two nations is due to their association with him, which means that they must be considered in their context (i.e., that the addressee of the rant is the man or power behind the King of Babylon, as well as behind the kings of the other nations, not the man himself). It is no coincidence that the prophet’s remarks are addressed to the king of Babylon and not some other historical or future persona, but this discussion is covered elsewhere in the writings of Christians. The important thing to remember is that the spiritual and terrestrial kingdom of Nimrod was comprised of these three lands.

The most significant prophecy against Lucifer is found in Ezekiel chapter 28. Like Isaiah 14, it is directed at the “king” (mlk) or “ruler,” this time of Tyre, but the Hebrew word and the context of the chapter clearly indicate that this “king” is actually a specific reference to a fallen spirit or entity. In the context, he is called both a kherub (a winged angel) and a man, which also indicates that the prophecy was spoken against an actual living person who had passed through the Luciferian initiation which, for a king at that time, constituted apotheosis (becoming a god, as a reincarnation of Osiris/Lucifer).

In all but one instance which has been regarded as an error of transcription, mlk appears only as the subject of a preposition in the Bible. “Passing children through the fire lmlk” is usually interpreted as human sacrifice to the god of the Philistines (Molekh), but in reality it is most likely a metaphor for initiation into the doctrines of Lucifer which are collectively referred to as the fire of the magi. That is not to say that human sacrifice is not also meant, and there is substantial evidence that thousands of children were sacrificed over several centuries at the post-Philistine period Phoenician capital of Carthage.

A literal rendering of lmlk suggests ‘as the Molekh’ and, therefore, ‘as the Asar.’48 Any change to a proper name is arbitrary, though not necessarily without merit. Both melek (‘king’)and malakh (‘messenger’ or ‘angel’) could be the words intended by the Biblical authors where Molekh is inserted. Malakh would be a reference to his status as one of those who came from heaven to earth, or else as a transliteration of the Akkadian Milqartu or Malku. (In the Enochian tradition, the leader of the nefilim was called the mal’akh ha’mastema or ‘angel of hostility.’) Melek would have evolved as a reference to his lordship over a territory or territories, and indeed the Akkadian bel and the Phoenician be’al which mean the same thing were synonymous with the local deities of the Levant. As evidence of this, the Mandaic derivative melki retains the same meaning, but is actually used in reference to heavenly beings—particularly the Ascended Masters of the New Age Movement.49

More often than not, the generic name of Baal is understood to be in reference to Molekh, as Molekh was the supreme god of the oldest of the pantheons in Canaan as well as the Lord of Tyre, but it was also applied to Yahweh by the Israelites living there.50, 51 He was often depicted as a bull, and the fact that the Hebrews built a golden calf as their idol immediately after leaving Egypt may be positive proof that the association between the bull and the hunter extends beyond the Fertile Crescent into antediluvian Egypt. In any case, the language and alphabet of the Hebrews are similar to and probably inspired by those of the Phoenicians, and it is not always easy to differentiate between the separate pantheons, as most people falsely believe that the religion of the Hebrews was monotheistic rather than henotheistic.52

The name of Molekh was also interchangeable with Baal Hammon, indicating that he was the “lord” or patron god of Ammon (descendants of Abraham’s nephew Lot).53 Likewise, Beelzebub (be’al of zebub) was used by the Pharisees in the New Testament and is often translated as ‘lord of the flies,’ but actually has the literal meaning of ‘lord of those which have flown’ (or ‘lord of the flying things,’ the modern connotation of which would be ‘lord of the UFOs’), and is therefore also likely a deliberate reference to the Sumerian air-god Pazuzu, who was the original Mesopotamian prototype of Molekh.54 Other names by which he was known are the Tyrian Herakles, the Greek Kronos and the Roman Saturnus. He was known in his last form as the Cretan Zeus or Marnas, and his cult became the last to survive the purge of paganism in the Christian centers of Europe, persisting until 402 AD.55



The Brotherhood


For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Ephesians 6:12 (KJV)

Luciferianism became an established religion for the second time after God destroyed the wicked world and Nimrod attempted to rebuild it. Apart from the be’alim of Canaan, the nefilim were worshiped by those who carried on the Babylonian legacy of Nimrod (including the Jews with their Babylonian Talmud), especially in the Pan-Hellenic world, through what are now called the mystery religions. The first such cult centered around Mitra, the Hindi equivalent of Milqartu, who was incorporated into the Persian pantheon as Mithras.56 The Persians went on to invent Zoroastrianism and elevated Mithras to a position which entitled him to his own cult, possibly because of the enormous influence he already held in Egypt and the Levant.

Although the cult of Mithras was so secretive that it produced no scripture that we know of and its dogmas are subject to debate, its symbolism in relation to the Osirian mystery school is not. Mithras, of course, is yet another name for Lucifer (perhaps the most obvious of them all), and each of his temples contains a depiction of his slaying the sacred bull at its center. Not surprisingly, he was associated with Phanes, the deified Greek personification of light.57

The Mithras cult was esoteric and guided by a hierarchy of initiated Illuminists based on the pattern of the Egyptian priesthood. It flourished in Europe, particularly on the fringes of the Roman Empire, where professional soldiers formed its backbone.58 The timing of its rise coincided with the mystery school of the Greek philosophers known as the Pythagorean Brotherhood, owing to the expeditions of Thales and Pythagoras into the esoteric centers of Egypt and Babylon in the 8th and 7th centuries BC.

The Pythagorean Brotherhood produced virtually every classical philosopher of any significance from Aristotle to Zeno in a period lasting several centuries before the Roman period. Their writings have been the basis of modern science and philosophy in areas ranging from geometry, astronomy, medicine and government to the most unorthodox but effective particle physics (in its early forms) and alchemy. These Pythagoreans were the men who first brought Hermeticism to Western culture. Their school was actually at Croton, a city of modern Sicily (Italy), implying a relationship with the Roman secret society established at least a century earlier which has since become the College of Cardinals. (Indeed, Livy and Plutarch both mention a tradition that Numa Pompilius, the founder of the Roman secret societies, was instructed by Pythagoras, even though he died a century before Pythagoras was born.)

At some point Mandaeism developed out of the ancient Egyptian religion, and it is likely that this religion is a direct inheritor of the Luciferian legacy preserved into the present time. Mandaeism certainly preceded Christianity, but its adherents claim direct succession to Seth or Adam. From this sect come all of the Sabaean (that is, baptist) religions except for Christianity, as Mandaeans flatly reject Abraham, Moses and even Yahshuah as false prophets.59

The theology spilt into many sections. Some groups retained the name Nasoraeans but chose to follow Jesus and some retained the name Nasoraeans but chose to follow Jewish laws. Some of the Nasoraeans names were changed. The names Sabaeans, Masbuthaeans Sampsaeans, and Basmothaeans, all reflect the same origin Subbi—those who baptize. Some of these “Daily Bathers” became known as the Hemerobaptists who rose each morning to immerse in the cold river waters. A practice still performed today by the Mandaeans. These “Daily Bathers” were also called the “Children of the Dawn” in the Qumran texts and are the Essenes of Josephus. Mandaean World60

Mandaeans claim John the Baptist as one of their greatest prophets, and this spurious claim is the origin of the Johannite sect mentioned briefly in The World At War which gave rise to the Knights Templar. Even the Johannites did not claim that John actually started the religion, only that he was a prophet in the long line of the Mandaean succession.61 Despite the Bible’s claims to the contrary, they believed that John’s teachings were at odds with those of Yahshuah, and used this as an excuse to diverge from the actual Nazarite religion as practiced by both men.

The Elkasaites emerged from one sect of Essenes in Palestine called the Naassenes (from the Hebrew nahash, ‘snake’). They incorporated Jewish/Satanic customs into the religion of the Essenes, and this is how the Synagogue of Satan preserved the Jewish religion after it was destroyed by Rome and permanently fused it into the greater Luciferian ideology. Their name comes from Elkasai (‘hidden power’), who flourished during the reign of Emperor Trajan and wrote in Aramaic. This Elkasai supposedly received a book from one of the malakhim while in Persia, and it found its way to Rome in the 3rd century where it was presumably lost or hidden.62

Manichaeism developed as a combination of the Greek, Hebrew and Persian traditions, all themselves derived from the Osirian mystery school, with an emphasis on the dualism of the Gnostics (Mandaeans). (Technically, the Naassenes were the first group to called Gnostics, according to Hippolytus. The transmission of the Naassenes to the Manichaeans via the Elkasaite sect is pretty straightforward, and accounts for why Manichaeism has become synonymous with Gnosticism, even though there were actually many Gnostic sects in Palestine prior to the Manichaeans.) The founder of the Manichaean sect was a man known simply as Mani. Mani lived in Babylon in the 3rd century and was raised in the Elkasaite sect but diverged from their Christ-friendly teachings.63 (Apparently Elkasai himself was neutral to or reverent of Yahshuah.) Manichaeism supposedly died a natural death, but in truth it is the version of Gnostic (anti-) Christianity which is practiced in all churches today, filtered through the heresies of the Paulicians, Cathars and Bogomils who were directly responsible for the secret doctrines of the Templars and Jesuits.

Mani’s writings preserved much of what would have otherwise been lost concerning the beliefs and practices of the ancient Mandaeans. Most important to this study is the meaning of the name of the Asar. According to the Mandaic Dictionary, usar (a variant spelling also common to the Egyptian translation) can have the meaning of ‘store or treasure,’ ‘mind’ or ‘thought’.64 The most valuable treasure in the universe is knowledge, or illumination. Lucifer, the source of knowledge, is light and life and all good things, but he is first and foremost a state of mind. In Luciferianism, it is the mind itself which is worshiped, and it is Lucifer to whom credit is given, but it is the man himself which is God.

It is almost certainly the case that the Johannites were exactly the same sect as the Manichaeans, considering that their existence went unnoticed by the religious establishment until 1622, when a group of Mandaeans along the Euphrates were mistakenly called “Christians of St. John” by Portugeuse missionaries.65 Between the Johannites and the Manichaeans, neither group ever gained much tolerance or a sizeable following, and the secrets of both groups have been hidden well. The Manichaeans disappeared shortly after their prophet (Mani, or Manes, the name which refers to all the Ascended Masters in Latin—all of whom Mani claimed to the reincarnation of) was killed (c. 276 AD), and the Johannites became dead to the rest of the world until Hugh de Payens brought their religion to Scotland and France.






Genesis 10:11-12

34-35 I originally wrote this (in 2006) under the impression that the rendition of annunaki is my own, but then I learned of Zechariah Sitchin and the whole mythos which has been rightfully attributed to him. I do regard it as a somewhat valid translation, though it deserves a long-winded explanation, but say “supposedly” in an effort to dissociate myself from him and his disinformation. A more appropriate translation of annunaki would be ‘Earth-Annuna,’ or ‘Annuna (sons of the heavens) on Earth.’ This is obviously very much in line with the meaning of bene elohim (‘sons of the gods’) in the book of Genesis, especially considering that the context depicts them as coming to Earth. The translations of Orion, including the Syriac word gabbar, are taken from “Ah, Osiria! Part III: Nimrod Hunting,” Mysterious World,

36-37 Peter Goodgame, “Search for the Hidden Tomb,” Red Moon Rising,

38 Patrick Geryl and Gino Ratinckx, “The Hall of Records and the Labyrinth,”

39 “Andjety,” Tour Egypt,

40 “Thor Heyerdahl Expeditions and Archaeology of the Pacific Peoples,” Great Dreams,

41 “The Connection to Egypt,” Asuta, Vol. II, 2000,

“The word Pta is from the Egyptian word Ptah and the word Usar, although Drower states it is from the Hebrew word ‘owtsar—I believe that the ultimate origin is also Egyptian. […] It is through Pta-Hai and Usar-Hai that the pihta is created and dispensed. Usar gave the bread to the first hidden Uthras. User-Hai and Pta-Hai brought the Laufa ceremony. The soul is handed to Usar-Hai and to Pta-Hai during her journey. […] PTA—(Page 383, Mandaic Dictionary) is derived from the Egyptian Ptah. This word is used as part of a light beings name. It is used in conjunction with the words Usar, Hai, and [Hiia] in the Canonical Prayerbook. […] Usar—(Page 345, Mandaic Dictionary) can mean store/treasure [… mind] or thought.” Italics added. The author arbitrarily assumes that Usar means ‘treasurer’ in the context of the Canonical Prayerbook of the Mandaeans. I strongly disagree, as would any adept of Masonry or the type of Illuminism of the Bavarian Order, and so should the author, considering he disagrees with the translator’s notion of a Hebrew etymology in favor of an Egyptian one. (‘Owtsar is Hebrew for ‘treasure.’) Listed below the definition are 8 prayers to the god Usar, including one to ‘Usar-Nhura, or ‘mind [i.e., intent, spirit] of light,’ incorrectly translated as “Treasure-of-Light,” and several to ‘Usar-Hai/’Usar-Hiia, or ‘mind [i.e., intent, spirit] of life,’ incorrectly translated as “Treasurer of Life.” This ‘mind of light’ is practically interchangeable with St. John’s “spirit of antichrist.” Pta-Usar is also defined by the author as “He opened the treasure,” but actually has the value of ‘they revealed the mind’ or ‘way-showers,’ with the meaning of ‘[the nefilim] showed us the way [to life or illumination].’ In other words, Ptah and Pta are used in reference to the nefilim, and Asar and Usar in reference to Lucifer, being in essence the state of mind of the nefilim. Lucifer is not just Osiris, but in fact all the nefilim and all past and present Luciferians, in the exact same way as the elohim represent God (the spirit of Creation) in the Bible, hence the interconnectedness of all life and the confusion between things like Life and Light and God in either version of the spiritual dichotomy. These concepts are all interchangeable to Luciferian adepts; to speak of Pta is also to speak of Usar. In a holistic philosophy such as that of the Egyptians or the Mandaeans, this makes perfect sense, but to the Western mind it is practically inconceivable, and the particularistic mindset is the fundamental reason for the existence of contradicting religions in the West, whereas the Luciferian religions are all syncretic. This is also why the gods of Egypt and all other Luciferian pantheons are all the same even though they are distinct emanations. To an ancient Egyptian, to study one thing is to study all things. Indeed, the purported purpose of the visit of the nefilim was to teach.

42 Helena P. Blavatsky, The Secret Doctrine (Online Ed.), Theosophical University Press, Vol. II, p. 243,

43 Lucifer is also often identified with Enlil’s twin brother Enki. I do not consider this to be a valid association, though Enki could certainly be a representation of one of the nefilim. While there was no Sumerian civilization after the Flood, most of the Sumerian cities were rebuilt by what is called the Neo-Sumerian civilization, but it was actually derived from and integrated into the Akkadian civilization. Most Sumerian myths (including the Epic of Gilgamesh) are actually Neo-Sumerian (post-Flood) legends and have come to us via the Akkadian mythology. The association between the Sumerian myths and the Akkadian myths is not an evolution in the cultures of that time, but actually a self-aware differentiation between the separate ethnicities—the Babylonians and Assyrians—as the Akkadians were the inheritors of the same philosophy as the Sumerians, but spoke a different language. Archaeologists are wrong for thinking that the Akkadian Empire was anything but a merger of these two nations which were united under Nimrod in exactly the same way that the two Egyptian kingdoms are traditionally believed to have been united under Menes. The first kingdom of Babylon was Kish, a Hamitic nation. Nimrod came out of Kish and conquered the Assyrians, who were a Semitic nation. The synthesis was the short-lived Akkadian culture with their Semitic language and capital in Assyria. Thus the Sumerian gods are nothing more than Babylonian gods put into the Akkadian language through the Assyrians.

44 “Moloch,” Wikipedia,

45-46 “Dagon,” Wikipedia,

47 The exceptions to this rule are the indigenous peoples of the Far East and the Americas who engaged in a kind of animistic ancestor worship, but whose primary focus was still in serving their supreme and ineffable deity (the Three Pure Ones, the Great Spirit, etc.). Other religions or cults which would seem to be exceptions have simply lost their way. In other words, what are pantheistic and superstitious religions were not, once upon a time, as much as the outward symbols of the religions have taken the place of the morals and concepts. The examples are far too numerous to include here. The Mesoamerican tribes which established the Aztec and Incan Empires, on the other hand, as well as those which shared their mythologies, were clearly modeled after worship of the nefilim. Lucifer was known in Mesoamerica as Quetzacoatl, the Feathered Serpent, and in Asia by a variety of names. There is also a great deal of evidence (which I have not taken the time to explain anywhere in the context of this book) which suggests the Masons and Illuminati in America were searching for a lost kingdom of nefilim all the way back to Columbus’ first voyage to the New World, through the mid-19th century. See endnote 54.

48 The metaphor of passing through the fire appears in five places, as well as four more with the conjunction of lmlk. They are all likely references to both a Luciferian ritual and the sacrifice of one’s seed. If this supposition is correct, then the idea is to destroy what one would otherwise be most inclined to protect in order to destroy other inhibitions caused by an extreme desensitization. When Alex Jones infiltrated the Bohemian Grove Club in Sonoma County, California on 15 Jul 2000, he secretly recorded this human sacrifice ritual which is or was called the Cremation of Care. Molekh is represented in his current incarnation by a 45-foot owl which the global elites call the Great Owl of Bohemia. While the ritual is supposedly only a mock human sacrifice, it is inconceivable how this could be the case, as the ritual has not changed in over 4500 years, and eyewitness testimonies strongly suggest otherwise. I did not come to these conclusions lightly, nor will I present any information regarding the testimonies, as they are too horrific to repeat. Readers interested in learning the details are encouraged to read the diary of snuff film survivor Paul A. Bonacci who was awarded $1 million by a US Senior District Court judge for the abuse he endured:; for more information about the lawsuit: Bonacci’s story is told in John DeCamp’s The Franklin Coverup and in Yorkshire Television’s documentary film “Conspiracy of Silence.” The film was produced in 1994 and scheduled to air on the British network, but never did. It was then scheduled to air on the Discovery Channel, but again, never did. To date it has been censored by every media outlet, but is available through file-sharing programs on the Internet, and on YouTube:


50 “Melqart,” Wikipedia,

51 “Baal,” Wikipedia,

52 This is especially true of the Arab moon-cult which evolved into Islam. The Mosaic religions do not deny the existence of the pagan gods (meaning the separate manifestations of Lucifer and the nefilim); they simply proscribe their worship. All one really needs to do to realize this is look at the First Commandment or read the books of 1 and 2 Kings in particular, and those of the major prophets (Jeremiah, Isaiah and Ezekiel).


In 2006, Wikipedia made no mention of the city of Ammon and designated Hammon as an unidentified place in Canaan. It is possible that Baal was identified in the Old Testament period of Palestine under a place name of Hammon derived from his status as the lord of Ammon (be’al ha’Amon), as Ammon was a very important city of the Judaeans’ hostile neighboring kingdom. It is more likely that he was called this in the prophetic tradition of the Bible as a secondary name whenever the situation called for it, such as those periods when awareness of the city of Ammon’s misdeeds was heightened.

54 Enlil was the Neo-Sumerian god of the air, the ‘master of the flying things.’ The antediluvian Sumerian name of Pazuzu was made famous by William Peter Blatty’s The Exorcist and the film of the same name and its four sequels. The filmmakers of Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist (2005) and Exorcist: The Beginning (2004) ceased to refer to him as Pazuzu and instead as Lucifer, but in this storyline Lucifer is equated with Satan. The association between Satan and Lucifer is very weak, and the early Christians actually called Satan Belial. The mistake of association may be written off as artistic license, as the entire plot is predicated on demonic possession and the personal feud between two men and the demon Pazuzu. However, Pazuzu is actually depicted everywhere in Eastern religion as Garuda. I have seen his image on many ancient and contemporary Buddhist and Hindu temples in SE Asia, and on representations of pan-cultural significance such as the state seals of Thailand and Indonesia. It is important to note here that he is not a demon in the Eastern traditions, as he is not relegated to Hell, despite his underworldly role in the West. He is, however, sometimes depicted as being the thrall of Vishnu who rides on top of him in the same manner as the ofanim serve as the merkabah or chariot of God in Rabbinic lore. In any case, the visual and characteristic representations of Garuda are identical to those of Pazazu even to this day, although Pazazu was sometimes shown with an enormous male sex organ.


56 “Mithras,” Wikipedia,

57-58 “Mithraism,” Wikipedia,

59 “Mandaeism,” Wikipedia,

60 “The Pre-Christian Nasoraeans,” Asuta, Vol. II, 2000,

61 “Johannite,” Wikipedia,

62 Johannes Irmscher gives a good account of Elkasai in his New Testament Apocrypha from the original sources (Origen, Hippolytus and Epiphanius);

63 “Mani (prophet),” Wikipedia,

64 See endnote 42.

65 Nesta Webster, Secret Societies and Subversive Movements, ch. 3, retrieved from