Yeah...that's pretty much the nonsense I expected.
So, what's the difference if these people worship Lucifer, or God, or Horus, or nothing at all? Do you believe Lucifer and Occultism gives them superpowers? Because who they worship doesn't mean a thing, really...
I think it's nonsense as well but people who believe in it and go by the beliefs of Luciferianism/Kabbalah teachings and Theosophy are serious about it.
I never said anything of super powers. They are individuals who worship Lucifer "the light bearer" and they believe in duality. So to them if Lucifer was full of light then Jehovah must have been darkness and that Lucifer was unjustly kicked out of heaven. Lucifer wanted man to be gods themselves and give th
Knowledge of gods. So Luciferians praise him for having Adam and eve eat the fruit which then gave them the knowledge of good and evil (god like knowledge) and he "freed" them from the entrapment of Eden. They absolutely hate people calling him "Satan" or "devil" because to them those are names given to him after he had fallen to ridicule him and to
Denounce his holy form.
Horus connects to it because (Crowley is the one who had the concept) that Horis, the sun god, was basically the Egyptians worshipping Lucifer the "light bearer" right after he had fallen and that Horus was just their name for him. Crowley also created the all
Seeing eye over the pyramid in honor of Lucifer. With 13 steps in the pyramid and since then it has been given to the hands of powerful leaders.
No, the Illuminati group, founded by Adam
Weishaupt was the first group which wanted a new world order for Lucifer. There are also some historical teachers who have given evidence that the group was responsible for the French revolution before being disbanded by the government. But basically Adam was a radical Luciferian, he wanted Lucifer to have his battle with Jehovah and take back heaven. A new world order is one of the first and major steps towards armageddon. So he and a lot of of people he knew that were political leaders in Bavaria brought in more followers mainly trough sex bribery or promises of wealth.
The belief of radical Luciferianism is still around today and basically anyone who follows it would be an "illuminist" which is why the term 'illuminati' is still around today even thought there isn't a group called Illuminati anymore. The beliefs have carried themselves into high ranked members of Freemasonry such as Albert Pike, Manly P. Hall, H.P. Blavatsky, etc. who praises the beliefs in certain Masonic traditions. Also other groups as the order of skull of bones, triliteral commission, A:A:, perhaps the Rockefellar family holds such beliefs.