Wednesday, March 18, 2015

“Lucy” : A Movie About Luciferian Philosophy

“Lucy” : A Movie About Luciferian Philosophy from Max Malone on Vimeo.

6 comments:

Noor al Haqiqa said...

Interesting review. It makes me curious to watch the movie simply to see what I can learn about the transhumanism process.

This is all a very Talmudic way of thinking ~ and the major promoters are Jewish. Self worshipers all. Imagine that!

WHOOLI said...

Noor, I watched it on the big screen. Very entertaining.

Curt Beasley said...

Luciferian huh. If thats the opposite of Christianity or Judaism or any of the bullshit Middle Eastern jew religions-Im all for it.

JewsWreck Nations said...

I heard that Curt. The jew god killed millions of people in the OT. (fiction) Satan killed about 10 people in the OT. Who is worse? (and I don't beleive in either). The jew god today doesn't even answer christians prayers. This video is meaningless. Just sayin.

Chainsawmillerman said...

I don't think its meaningless. Your belief has nothing to do with anything.

“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

What matters is that they believe these ideas and it and it drives them. I have only watched about 5 minutes of this and its quite interesting. When you go back to Sumerian times who is Satan? http://www.truthcontrol.com/pictures/sumerian-tablet-enki-great-satan-and-god-abyse

Christopher Marlowe said...

I think belief plays a very important aspect in this argument. If one does not believe in God, then the argument is really just a positivism/natural law discussion: i.e. are there natural limits to mankind's advancement, or are people the ultimate arbiters of what is right and wrong?

If one does believe in God, as the Creator of everything, then the Luciferian argument is obviously contrary to that of God. The Luciferians are in rebellion against the ordered nature of existence. This is similar to the first example above, except that the ordered creation here is supported by a living, sentient Being. If there was no God, then the above position could interpreted as establishing order where there is none. (The positivist argument presumes that there is no natural order.)

E Michael Jones says that the Jews are in rebellion against reason and order, which is the Logos. I find this rebellion to be strikingly similar to that of the Luciferians.