Lucifer was the Latin name for the planet Venus. It was also known as the morning and the evening star. Astronomically speaking, at certain times during the year, it is either the last star seen in the morning or the first star seen at night.
As such it had a dual nature. Bringing the dawn and also bringing the darkness. The term, “oh Lucifer you have fallen,”refers to Venus as the evening star.
But Venus is not a star it is a planet. Venus is not to be confused with the real “morning star,” Sirius, also known as the Goddess Isis ( today falsely attributed to a terrorist group ,) that is seen at dawn with the rising of the sun in late July early August.
Sirius as we shall see, was associated with a completely different philosophy to that of the planet Venus-Lucifer-Ishtar. Sirius is represented…
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