“Devil Maker” deals with one of the controversial issues that befalls our Roman Catholic Institution; Clerical Sexual Abuse hidden within the cloak of Satanic Ritual Abuse. It portrays and reveals the deeper wound from whence sprouts forth these taboo, human interactions. One of the symbols of demonic worship within Devil Maker is the Baphomet.
Baphomet is a composite creation symbolic of alchemical realization through the union of opposite forces. Occultists believe that, through the mastery of life force, one is able to produce magick and spiritual enlightenment. Elisha’s Levi’s depiction of Baphomet included several symbols alluding to the raising of the kundalini – serpentine power – which ultimately leads to the activation of the pineal gland, also known as the “third eye”; Its power conceived in Chakra – a real demonic spirit. So, from an esoteric point of view, Baphomet represents this occult process. Hence the title: “Devil Maker”. It is an unfortunate turn of events when we realize that Satanism has taken root within the Institution of Roman Catholicism.
I must defend my faith. What better way for satan to disarm and render powerless with subversion and deceit the innocent children? Also as it casts its dark shadow into the limelight of chaos and confusion, the image of Christ within Catholicism becomes murky and opaque. Now look at the picture of the Baphomet and relate it to the so called priests in sheep’s clothing who follow satan’s dictum in their heart – decide if this influence in anyone’s life is OK. There remain good priests who follow the true and risen Christ. There are those “priests” that need to be weeded out and brought into the light so that they may be given a chance for personal conversion as they make ammendments to their victims (I am a survivor) while they work out their own salvation; God loves them too.
William H. Kennedy, author of “Lucifer’s Lodge”, renders an account of this “seed” and its lineage within the hallways of our Roman Catholic Church and the Vatican and offers the paradigm with which to begin an understanding of this phenomena, in modern day psychological terms as it represents “sexual abuse”.
“But Satanic apologists will still tell you that nothing like this ever takes place. I have heard similar arguments about Satanic Ritual Abuse. While it is true that many of the alleged “victims” of SRA who have gone public have since been proven to be lying, delusional, or both, to say that such a thing “never happens” is to ignore numberless incidents of bizarre human behavior. Furthermore, it is no real secret that “sex-magic” rites, including the practice of sexual aberrations, have formed part of certain occult sciences from the very beginning. The practices of the priests of Babylon, Egypt, Greece, Rome, and India all involved sex rituals, with temple prostitution as an integral part of their tradition, as did those of the priesthoods of numerous other cultures. Judaism and Christianity were really part of a comparatively small minority of religious traditions in the ancient world that did not include, overtly at least, the practices of human sacrifice and sacred sex—though the same can also be said of Confucianism, Buddhism (at least in its original form), Islam, and probably Taoism. Throughout the Old Testament, the priests of Israel are shown struggling desperately to keep the public, the monarchy, and even their fellow priests pure of the religious taint of the heathen gods of their neighbors—an insurmountable task given that they were confronted with a perpetual onslaught of overwhelmingly persuasive influence. This was especially the case whenever the sons of Israel made wives or concubines of the women of heathen nations. Wise King Solomon is famous for having dabbled in the magical arts, but he is equally well-known for his exceptionally large harem of foreign women. It perhaps goes without saying that the sex practices of these ancient cults rarely stayed within the bounds considered acceptable by modern standards. Homosexuality, bestiality, incest, and group orgies were common, and there was certainly no age restriction on the participants, nor any requirement that the participants be consenting. Rape was common, and the murder of the victim before, during, or after the sex rite was common as well. Infanticide or abortion was not an uncommon end for the unhappy fruits of these unions. In other instances, the children were raised with privileges, as the divine offspring of the god to whom the ceremony had been dedicated.
Indeed, the tradition of sex magic begins with the myth of a mating between gods and humans. I speak, of course, about the inter-breeding between the “sons of God” and the “daughters of men” recounted in Genesis. This incident is elaborated upon greatly in the Book of Enoch and other apocryphal texts, where these “sons of God” are also referred to as “the Watchers,” and are described as fallen angels. the Book of Enoch portrays the Watchers as being consumed with lust upon the sight of human women, and describes how, as they descended from Heaven, “their parts of shame hung down like horses.”
According to the mythology of certain modern day “Luciferians,” the Watchers, or “Nephilim” as they’re called in the Bible, were of a much higher level of sexual potency than human males, capable of having limitless orgasms without the “male refractory period” that prevents most men from achieving this. They claim that the Watchers taught human females how to enjoy multiple orgasms as well. The Book of Enoch and other texts seem to make similar assertions. The children born of these unions between angels and human women were described as “giants” in some instances, and in others designated as word “Rephaim.” The Watchers were accused by God of teaching women sexual abominations they had never before known, and of introducing them to the use of makeup and jewelry, by which means they went about seducing human males. Thus was rampant promiscuity and fornication spread through the land, forcing God to bring about the Flood, to wipe the earth clean of this pestilence.
But it was not only heterosexual unions, according to this belief-system, that interested the Watchers and their sons. When in Genesis the two angels visit Lot in the land of Sodom, the local inhabitants become consumed with lust, and besiege Lot’s house, demanding to be allowed to sodomize the angels, whom some writers identify with the Watchers of the Book of Enoch. Something about their very appearance inspired this desire in the Sodomites. A similar scene occurs in the Book of Judges, where a young Levite goes to visit a friend in the land of the Benjamites (descendants, according to the same theory, of the Rephaim). A group of Benjamites called the “sons of Belial” again besiege the house, demanding homosexual intercourse with the Levite. The Watchers and their descendants, according to this “Luciferian” myth, are associated with promiscuity of every sort, which was brought into the world by them in the first place. The origin of sexual perversion, according to this myth, is Satan, the original “Incubus, from whom it was passed on through the generations to his modern day progeny.
Sex mysteries can be found embedded within the rites of witchcraft, Satanism, certain Gnostic sects, and secret orders such as the Ordo Templi Orientis, the Dragon Order, and many others too numerous to be named. The idea of sex magic begins with a simple concept: that the union between a man and a woman can, through spiritual practices, be used to mimic intercourse with divine beings. But sex magic includes within its repertoire every sexual act imaginable. Homosexuality, bestiality, incest, pedophilia, sado-masochism, and the like all have their value within the rites of sex magic, as practiced by various groups throughout the centuries.” (Introduction pgs. 4-6, Lucifer’s Lodge, by William H. Kennedy)
To a Luciferian or a Satanist these acts are seen as sacred. Modern day perceptions are deemed “skewed” in the light of their knowledge and interpretation. The Nicolaitans, another heretical sect of the Early Christian Church plagued the churches at Ephesus and at Pergamum, according to Revelation 2:6,15. Irenaeus identifies them as followers of Nicolas, one of the seven chosen in Acts 6, and as men who “lead lives of unrestrained indulgence”. He also relates them to Gnsoticism: “John, the disciple of the Lord, preaches this faith (the deity of Christ), and seeks, by the proclamation of the Gospel, to remove that error which by Cerinthus had been disseminated among men, and a long time previously by those termed Nicolaitans, who are an offset of that ‘knowledge’ falsely so called, that he might confound them, and persuade them that there is but one God, who made all things by His Word” . There is also historical evidence of a Gnostic sect called Nitolaitans a century or so later.
The doctrine of the Nicolaitans appears to have been a form of antinomianism, which makes the fatal mistake that man can freely partake in sin because the Law of God is no longer binding. It held the truth on the gratuitous reckoning of righteousness; but supposed that a mere intellectual “belief” in this truth had a saving power.
Other symbols of demonic worship displayed in “Devil Maker” are The Magician tarot card displaying the Hermetic axiom “As Above, So Below”, and The Devil Card from the Tarot of Marseilles (15th century). This card’s depiction of the devil, with its wings, horns, breasts and hand sign is undoubtedly a major influence in Levi’s depiction of Baphomet.
Each card possesses a pictogram and title that represents a specific concept or archetype. The belief in divination associated with Tarot focuses on the prospect that whatever cards are dealt to the participant will be revelatory. Divination using playing cards is in evidence as early as 1540 in a book entitled The Oracles of Francesco Marcolino da Forlì which allows a simple method of divination, though the cards are used only to select a random oracle and have no meaning in themselves. But a manuscript from 1750 (Pratesi Cartomancer) document rudimentary divinatory meanings for the cards of the tarot. Giacomo Casanova wrote in his diary that in 1765 his Russian mistress frequently used a deck of playing cards for divination.
Antoine Court de Gébelin, a French-born Protestant pastor and Freemason, published a dissertation on the origins of the symbolism in the Tarot in volume VIII of his unfinished fifteen volumes of the Le Monde Primitif. De Gébelin, who never knew the Tarot as the Tarot de Marseille (a name which came much later), thought the Tarot represented ancient Egyptian Theology, including Isis, Osiris and Typhon (the Greek name for Seth), but never mentions Thoth. For example, he thought the card he knew as the Papesse and known today as the High Priestess represented Isis. He also related four Tarot cards to the four Christian Cardinal virtues: Temperance, Justice, Strength and Prudence. He relates The Tower to a Greek fable about avarice. Although Egyptian had not yet been deciphered by Champollion, Gébelin asserted the name “Tarot” came from the Egyptian words Tar, “path” or “road”, and the word Ro, Ros or Rog, meaning “King” or “royal”, and that the Tarot literally translated to the Royal Road of Life.
But what is the ultimate purpose behind the perpetuation of these Satanic traditions by the various secret societies that practice them? Evidence points to a concerted effort for world domination: the “New World Order” plot of modern conspiracy theories, an agenda that is right in line with the traditional idea of Satan as “Prince of This World.”
This, again, is something the Satanic apologists have always refused to admit. They claim that Satanists reject the ambitions of power and money, that they have no wish to dominate others, but want only freedom for all mankind. They claim that it’s just not possible for a large Satanic conspiracy to be kept secret long enough to work, because of the fickleness of human nature. Still others claim that Satanists are just rebellious teenagers, and that nobody in any position of power is actually a Satanist. But if one actually reads the texts published and embraced by Satanists and other occult groups throughout the centuries, one finds a clear value placed on the possession of worldly power for members of their own kind, and allusions (some vague, some direct) to the creation of a global Luciferian empire.
To be fair, most of the personal testimonials floating around today by those who have supposedly seen in action the “Satanic Illuminati that controls the world” are indeed questionable. But the overall notion of the Satanic conspiracy most likely is not. It is well known that many powerful people, both today and throughout history, have been members of occult secret societies, practicing the Luciferian traditions that many of them believe ultimately derive from the fallen angels . And the groups to which these people belong do appear to embrace a long-term plan, not only for world-domination, but for the restructuring of the world’s institutions along the lines of their own religious ideals—ideals that are, at bottom, Luciferian. It would be hard not to admit that the world they appear to be making shockingly resembles the biblical description of the Antichrist’s kingdom. Most notably, they want to put the members of their own Luciferian bloodline —those who believe themselves to be descendants of fallen angels—in the driver’s seat of a global government.
It follows, then, that one of the necessary elements for those who would construct the Antichrist’s kingdom would be the creation of a Satanic church, and the conversion of the world’s populace to a Satanic religion. But they would not wish to create a truly “new” church, wiping the slate clean and starting over. They would not for instance push for everyone in the world to join Anton LaVey’s Church of Satan. It makes sense that they would rather infiltrate and exercise control from within a church that is already in existence, and that has already solidified its power-base globally. No church fits this description more perfectly than the Catholic Church, which was for centuries the most powerful force in the world, and in many ways still is.
“Devil Maker”reveals the source of deliverance from demonic oppression and possesion and displays effective spirtual warfare practices throughout the film’s narrative. “Devil Maker” is also based upon a true to life story.
1. Irenaeus Against Heresies, Book 1, Chapter 26
2. Irenaeus Against Heresies, Book 3, Chapter 11
3. Keys of this Blood: pp.634 by Malachi Martin
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