1 Comment to Lucifer And The White Gods – Miguel Serrano

  • THE NINE FACES OF LUCIFER

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    It’s time to be courageous regarding Lucifer. It’s time to tell the truth. In the late 1970s, British psychic and visionary David Spangler wrote of the coming Luciferic initiation. Lucifer “comes to give us the final gift of wholeness. If we accept it, then he is free and we are free,” Spangler
    explained. That act of accepting and freeing is the Luciferic initiation, he said, something that many people will start facing in the days ahead (he wrote this in 1977) and must get through because it is an initiation into the New Age.

    Spangler used this term in its classical, pre-Pollyannish nuance, as in the new evolutionary influence and the much-heralded Aquarian astrological Age “He is aptly named the Morning Star because it is his light that heralds for man the dawn of a greater consciousness.” Lucifer, Spangler commented, is “a great and mighty planetary consciousness” who bears the light of wisdom. He is the angel of man’s evolution, of man’s inner light, of experience, and of light in the microcosmic world—within the human. Lucifer’s task, according to Spangler, was to give humans energies to strengthen their inner being such that the “light of the microcosmic world would be kindled” and burn more brightly than ever. Lucifer’s role is to focus our awareness on our innate power of creative manifestation. “Lucifer prepares man in all ways for the experience of Christhood.”8

    In a similar vein though earlier, Wellesley Tudor Pole, an English initiate intimately familiar with the Earth’s energy body, wrote in 1966 that Lucifer was not cast out of Heaven for malfeasance or disobedience. Rather he “descended into our midst of his free will and to his own sacrifice. He can only rise out of our darkness when we are ready and able to rise with him.” As such we should appreciate Lucifer as “a colleague” and wish him success in “his mission among men, and for his triumphant return whence he came.”9

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