Thursday, August 05, 2010

The Synagogue of Satan

"Let the Rider from the Secret Place come forth..." The Great Invocation, The Lucis Trust, known formerly as the Lucifer Publishing Company.
Does this tiny logo shown above, printed on the cover of each issue of the authoritative journal, Foreign Affairs, hold the key to the future of America and, indeed, of the entire world? Moreover, could this same mark, or symbol, reveal to the wise the mysterious power that energizes and motivates the deadly global cult that the Holy Bible refers to as the last days Synagogue of Satan?(*)

Revelation 6 paints for us an ominous, grim picture of the last days. It describes four horses and riders, popularly known as the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, to arrive on the world scene. First comes the Rider of the White Horse. He has a bow in his hand, the means to make war; he is given a crown and he goes forth to conquer and to subjugate all the world. The conquering hero on the white horse is swiftly followed by the frightening riders of the Red, the Black, and the Pale Horses. Each, in turn, brings in its wake bloodshed, famine, disaster, disease and death on a massive scale. By these catastrophes the whole earth is ravaged, and few survive.

The man who sits astride the white horse is an impressive figure. The people honor him as a leader and warrior. While he is capable of making war, he comes initially as a man of peace. Thus, he rides a white horse, the symbol of peace. He will, the world's population concludes, usher in an unprecedented era of global harmony and tranquility.

For centuries, men have eagerly awaited the emergence of this heroic figure atop the white horse. Julius Caesar, Charlemagne, Napoleon, Hitler, Lenin, and many others were once acclaimed as world heroes. Each attained only a partial measure of glory before the fire of their achievements flickered out and was extinguished.

Today, once again, nations and people everywhere hungrily long for and await the coming of a Great One, a figurative hero riding a white horse, to set things right. They believe that he and he alone will be able to bring peace to a war-torn, troubled world.

In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1992, world leaders from 120 nations assembled for the first Earth Summit. Fearing a looming environmental disaster such as global warming, they began their global conclave with a prayer. That prayer, The Great Invocation, was furnished to the attendees by the Lucis Trust, a New York and Geneva-based occult organization with close ties to the United Nations. The Great Invocation literally invokes, or invites, the heroic Rider of the White Horse to come forth to take the reins of world government, to unite the nations and lead the New World Order. In unison, world leaders from the United States, Germany, Russia, Britain, France, China, and scores of other nations solemnly stood and cried out, "Let the Rider from the Secret Place come forth..."

This brings us back once again to that curious logo, or mark, on the cover of Foreign Affairs journal, which is the official publication of the powerful elitist cult group, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). The CFR truly is the inner circle of the Illuminati conspiracy. Mostly Jewish, its 3,300 members are the crème de la crème of American politics, corporations, banking and finance. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve, the Secretary of the Treasury, the Secretary of State, and the CEOs of virtually the entire Fortune 500...

The logo of any group, organization, or corporation typifies and encapsulates the aims and goals of that group. This can easily be seen in the logo of the CFR, which consists of a blackened circle, and inside the circle, a naked man riding a white horse. The man's nakedness gives evidence he is a "Wild Man," a rebel; yet, by his demeanor and attitude, the Rider of the White Horse clearly is a determined warrior confident of his mission.

The white horse rider pictured on the CFR's official logo does not as yet have the crown that is to be given to him. But since 1921, the CFR has labored to manipulate and deceive the world and has now contrived conditions in the Mid-East for a climactic World War III that will accomplish this.

You Cannot Escape the Naked Man

On the CFR logo, below the naked rider on the white horse, is a motto, an inscription in Latin, Ubique. It's meaning is "Everywhere," or "We are everywhere." Implicit in this Latin word is the connotation of "Big Brother is watching you!" His all-seeing eye is pervasive. He reigns over all. He sees, he governs, and you cannot escape his global dominion.


The naked wild man holds forth his right arm and hand in an erect position, a salute toward the sky, the fingers cast in the recognizable Masonic gesture demonstrated by initiates of the 6th degree of Freemasonry. In the ceremony and ritual for the 6th degree, the initiate displays hand and body signs which compute to 6-6-6, the prophesied number of the beast (Revelation 13). This is well-explained in my exposé book, Codex Magica.

The hand/arm salute of the CFR's naked man atop the white horse, in Masonic textbooks, is called the "Sign of Admiration." Its explanation is bound up in the ancient pagan temple rituals of Israel's apostate King Solomon. In reality, this sign is the occult salute of those who are of the Synagogue of Satan. The salute is made in honor of their leader and king, Lucifer, whom the Scriptures call, the "Prince of the Power of the Air."

Seething with Luciferian Energies

The late Manly P. Hall, 33°, officially declared by international Freemasonry as the Scottish Rite's greatest "Scholar of the 20th Century," revealed to his Masonic brethren the true, hidden meaning of the One who rides the White Horse. According to Hall, the works of the Mason, if exemplary and exceptional, may well earn him the status of godhood. Such men are rewarded by the Great Architect of the Universe (Lucifer) with superhuman wisdom and powers. Thus endowed, the exalted, divine Mason seethes with "Luciferian energy;" Hall says he is a "dynamo" of action, a "Warrior on the block."

The dynamic leader endowed (possessed?) with this powerful Luciferian energy answers only to the one whom the prophet Daniel identified as the "God of Forces." He is, indeed, a wild man, a warrior, and the Bible's prophecies describe him as such (Genesis 16:1-12; Genesis 21:1-21; Galatians 4:29). He is, moreover, a soldier, a centurion of sorts, in the Legion of Satan. His religion, meanwhile, is Apostate Judaism, the religion practiced by all who comprise the Synagogue of Satan. It is these "wild men" of the Synagogue of Satan who dare to make war with the saints, to cast some into prison and to kill others.


"Thus he said, The fourth beast shall be the fourth kingdom upon earth, which shall be diverse from all kingdoms, and shall devour the whole earth, and shall tread it down, and break it to pieces." Daniel 7:23 KJV.

"But in his estate shall he honour the God of Forces: and a god whom his fathers knew not, nor the desire of women, nor regard any god: for he shall magnify himself above all." Daniel 11:37 KJV.

Our Lord said to Daniel: "Many will be purified, and made white, and tried; but the wicked shall do wickedly: and none of the wicked shall understand; but the wise shall understand." Daniel 12:10 KJV.

"Come out of her my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues. For her sins have reached unto heaven and God hath remembered her iniquities." Revelation 18:4-5 KJV.

"And you hath he quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sins; Wherein time past ye walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the power of the air, the spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience:" Ephesians 2:1,2 KJV.

End Notes

*Texe Marrs, Naked Man on a White Horse
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