Be Not Afraid. David Livingstone, in his book, “Terrorism and the Illuminati: A Three Thousand Year History” performs a remarkable feat. He traces Luciferianism and the Illuminati from ancient times into modern times. So, here we go. Luciferianism started when the Kabbalah was introduced to Israelite captives during the Babylonian Exile in the 700s BC. They identified Lucifer with Baal, the traditional enemy of the Hebrew faith. But the Exiles said this new faith in Lucifer was an “interpretation” of the Hebrew religion. The Koran explains that demons taught the angels Harut and Marut, who then passed it on to the Exiles in Babylon. The Kabbalists sought to rule the world by claiming that their Messiah was coming. But it wouldn’t be the real Messiah; it would be a false Messiah. The Magi later in the 6th Century developed astrology. Astrology and magic were then blended into the ritual of the dying god. “The Magi assimilated Mithra, the god of the Persians, to Baal, and occult mysteries and black arts were dedicated to him, which became the core of all later Ancient Mysteries”(Livingstone). The Kabbalah, while it started in Babylon, was expounded in Greece. The Kabbalah has no expression in Jewish literature until the 3rd C. AD. But it was propounded in Greece by Pythagoras and later Plato. Pythagoras developed the cult of Orpheus, and to the chagrin of scholars who laud Plato for his “rationality,” Plato took up the cult, an occult and depraved organization. Plato first promoted the Zionist principle of world domination, with a totalitarian state, to be governed by the ‘Chosen People,’ in this case, Kabbalists (Livingstone). Both Pythagoras and Plato read Hebrew texts and incorporated them into their beliefs. Who knew?! Plato’s Republic inspired fascist Illuminati programs: breakup of the family unit, compulsory education, state use of eugenics and deceptive propaganda techniques. Plato opined that “all these women shall be wives in common to all the men, and not one of them shall live privately with any man; the children too should be held in common so that no parent shall know which is his own offspring, and no child shall know his parent”(quoted in Livingstone). As for eugenics, the best would mate with the best, and the worst with the worst. The best would mate in greater numbers than the worst. Offspring of the best would be raised, those of the worst would not be raised. I had no idea Plato had these views. Disposal secretly is the fate of those born deformed or of the worst in society. Plato is a son of Lucifer or at least the Illuminati. Plato would send all the people over 10 years of age out into the country and keep the children for education and brainwashing. As for propaganda, according to Plato, “Our rulers will find a considerable dose of falsehood and deceit necessary for the good of their subjects…Rhetoric …is a producer of persuasion for belief, not for instruction in the matter of right and wrong.” ******************************** When Alexander the Great entered Jerusalem, he was met by a priest and did no harm to the city. He quietly absorbed it into his empire. When he died, he left his empire to three sons: Antigonis, Seleuceus and Ptolemy Sotor. These men and their families would eventually produce the Illuminate bloodlines. 1. Descent from the Lost Tribes 2. Alexandrian and Persian heritage 3. A Syrian priesthood of Baal 4. the family of Julius Caesar. These are the four sources of the 13 families of the Illuminati. These families spread Mithraism, a religion like Christianity of the dying and rising god. In fact, the Apostle Paul took some of his ideas from this cult. Except that Mithraism was Luciferian, and it was the most popular cult in the Roman Empire. The Commagenes, the family of Herod the Great, the Syrian priest-kings and the family of Julius Caesar together took the early symbolism of the Mithra worship of the Magi and combined it with the emerging Kabbalistic mysticism to form the Mysteries of Mithra. The Mithric Mysteries adapted the ancient king worship of the Babylonians, to the worship of the Emperor as a personification of their god the sun. Later Caligula insisted on being worshiped as a god. A plan to place a statue of himself as Zeus in the Temple in Jerusalem was halted only after the intervention of Herod Agrippa, a personal friend of Caligula (Livingstone). Kabbalistic ideas were circulating among the soldiers in the war that took place during the Jewish Revolt from 67-70 AD. Sadly, the Temple was destroyed and 97,000 Jews were taken captive. The early Jewish Kabbalah is known as Merkabah mysticism. The source of this early Kabbalistic influence is the occult Jewish community of the Essenes, whom the Illuminati would regard as the source of their doctrines.