What is the connection between humanism and Luciferianism?

“We’re human, aren’t we”

we sometimes hear, in order to justify the understanding of human limits, which would be, in the view of those persons, always finite.

Or, the authentic spiritual paths and the science of consciousness, Abheda, recognizes the fact that man evolves as consciousness to make the transition of ignorance to Knowledge, from the finite to the infinite, from the passerby to the incorruptible.

In a way, Luciferianism has crept into our lives under a seemingly innocuous, even sympathetic name.


What is humanism?

Contrary to appearances, humanism is not something good for people, it is not something that cares about the good of people, but something that protects limitation and cantonment in the current level.

The term humanism has means a philosophical perspective that puts man and human values above all else, focusing especially on man as an individual.

It was said, when it appeared, that it put man at the center of the universe and not God.

That is, for humanists, man thus constitutes the supreme value, is an end in itself and not a means.

For the authentic spiritual paths not man but the ideal about man thus constitutes the supreme value.

What’s the difference?

As humanists we would not understand progress as an aspiration and a transformation towards a human ideal focused on a very high level of human consciousness

but we would only tend towards the fulfillment of current desires, using the universe for it, if we can.

Humanism implies a devotion to the search for so-called truth and so-called morality by human means,

in support of the present interests of the people concerned,

of that time period and of that culture.

That is, a moral and an ethic relative to that culture and temporal period and not an absolute one.

Focusing on the apparent capacity for self-determination of man,

humanism rejects the validity of transcendental justifications

such as faith, the supernatural, or purported texts —they say—to be divine revelations.

But in reality, the capacity for self-determination or free will depends on the level of consciousness.

Humanism, like Luciferianism, fools man that he can have free will at any time, hiding the fact that this will is free only depending on the level of exit from ignorance.

Thus, the ignorant have the will dependent on desires, instincts, psychic mechanisms, manipulations, but although it is so, people are suggested that they are free and that they actually have, at all times, free will.

They will then discover too late that

the most terrible slavery is of one who falsely believes that he is free!

Humanists support universal morality

based on the human condition as a common level.

Hide or ignore the fact that

there is no common level,

so man cannot be a universal model because people are different.

some being closer to perfection than others.

People are different and that’s where human evolution lies.

even though I have the same infinite, identical potentiality in them.

Some people have a level only slightly different from that of animals, are subject to instincts, others want and have skills for material accumulations, socialization, power, love, intuition, mental or paranormal knowledge directly or for spirituality.

There is, however, a pattern.

The Infinite in Man

and to him we should, we say, tend.

Some call him God.

Claiming that it does not put God at the center of the Universe but man, humanism says it rejects superstition, pretending that God is not man’s glorious infinite potential, but a superstition, a blind belief in an almighty bearded santa.

To them God is not the infinite in man, his hidden potential that he would have the duty to discover in order to know the true glory and deep meaning of existence.

This potential cannot be known by fooling people into being equal and the same but, on the contrary,

revealing that in search of infinite power in man people are different

and that on this road knowledge, virtues, wisdom differentiates people

precisely because there is a fundamental path and becoming.

And this transformation of consciousness changes desires and aspirations, in accordance with the level of knowledge gained.

So, in our opinion, the best wish is

to become perfect or, at least,

to come to want perfection, if we do not yet have this desire.

And Abheda yoga – especially – demonstrates that perfection is possible to achieve by raising the level of consciousness.

Leo Radutz

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