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The psychopathic religion of the Globalists shapes their decisions and actions



The religious beliefs of those in power shape their decision-making process, making it important to understand their motivations. 


Their religious motivations play a significant role in their engagement in the real war they are waging on the minds of populations. The Globalist ideology revolves around luciferian ideals, as seen in their association with the writings of Theosophical Society founder Helena Blavatsky.


It’s irrelevant if we think it’s fanciful; what’s relevant is that they believe it.


The following is an overview of the article ‘To Understand the Globalists We Must Understand Their Psychopathic Religion’ written by Brandon Smith and published by Alt-Market.  We have taken the liberty of adding hyperlinks and sources for further reading.


When any elitist group mentions terms such as “light bearer” or lucifer, they are indeed referring to satan. It’s not just a matter of archetypal discussion, this is a part of their religion.  If you want to know why the Globalists are engaged in a very real war on the minds of the masses, you cannot overlook their religious motivations. What seems like a fantasy to some is very real to the Globalists.


For example, many know that the United Nations building in New York has an occult library.  But few people know that it was built by a group called the Lucifer Publishing Company, later changed to Lucis Trust. Lucis Trust cites the writings of Helena Blavatsky constantly as the inspiration for their organisation. The UN continues to associate with Lucis Trust to this day. The very heart of globalism revolves around luciferian ideals.


Further reading: The Occult Character of The United Nations, Alan Morrison


It doesn’t matter what you or I think about these things. It doesn’t matter if you see such concepts as metaphorical, symbolic or imaginary. They believe, and so we must explore what these beliefs mean.


In the late 1800s and early 1900s, there was a surge of open occultism among the wealthy elite known as Theosophy. Led by Blavatsky, this movement was obsessed with esoteric beliefs, gnosticism, and even satanism. Blavatsky claimed to have a psychic connection to beings called “the Mahatmas” or “the masters” who helped her write foundational books of Theosophy.


This occultism targeted the upper classes and resulted in political and financial leaders joining secretive organisations. Such groups have existed in the past, from the Rosicrucians and Freemasons to the alchemists of the Middle Ages who hid their occult beliefs in coded texts. However, never before had they been so public in their efforts.


Further reading:



Theosophy and Blavatsky’s movement were primarily elitist and apolitical on the surface, but as politicians distanced themselves from Christianity, the theosophists’ interest in controlling government grew and they embraced socialist practices. These spiritual systems worshipped pagan deities, particularly lucifer, also referred to as “the light bearer, the angel of light, Prometheus (symbolically), the dragon, the morning star and satan.” While modern luciferians deny this connection, Blavatsky treated the two figures as the same in her book, ‘The Secret Doctrine’.


Further reading: Christianity and Theosophy, Scholarly Community Encyclopaedia


The religious beliefs of those in power shape their decision-making process, making it crucial to understand their motivations. As mentioned above, the United Nations building in New York has an occult library that has ties to the writings of Blavatsky an the heart of globalism revolves around luciferian ideals, regardless of whether one sees them as theoretical or imaginary.



Luciferianism is an anti-god ideology that seeks to pursue knowledge until humans become gods themselves. This obsession with godhood leads to moral relativism, social self-destruction, and an insatiable thirst for power. Globalists believe there is no soul, no individuality and no moral compass, making them proponents of transhumanism and artificial intelligence. Their philosophy opposes natural human characteristics and seeks to rewrite fundamental aspects of society.


To grasp what luciferianism is, think of it as the anti-god war on nature, or a war on the natural state of humanity disguised as “enlightenment.” This is why Globalists try to institute the extreme opposite view of every natural disposition.


Their “do what thou wilt” philosophy of hedonism takes the idea of freedom and removes all responsibility.  It is a degenerate view of liberty, rather than a principled view. Freedom, they think, is only for people like them; the people willing to desecrate everything in their path and upend the natural order.


Brandon Smith has long argued that the Globalist cabal is a cult of higher-functioning psychopaths who lack empathy and conscience. Luciferians openly admit that the goal of their ideology is to pursue knowledge until human beings become gods. 


Consider the numerous Globalist programs to expand artificial intelligence and bring about what they call “transhumanism.” This is a kind of knowledge worship that has terrifying implications for the future. Their goal is to attain omnipotence and control over society through surveillance and manipulation. Luciferianism provides them with an organisational framework and justifies their pursuit of self-interest and the desecration of societal norms.


Their goal is to convince a majority of the populace that there is no good and there is no evil.  Everything is relative to the demands of the moment, and the demands of society. Of course, they want to control society so then everything would be relative to their demands.


If you want to see something truly demonic, imagine a world in which all inherent truth is abandoned for the sake of subjective perception. A world that caters to the preferences of psychopaths with no ethical imperative. A world where the ends always justify the means. This is the luciferian way, and the Globalist way. And no matter how much they deny it, the reality of their beliefs is visible in the fruits of their labours. Wherever they go, destruction, chaos and death follow.


Read the full article ‘To Understand the Globalists We Must Understand Their Psychopathic Religion’ HERE.

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