The Truth of Lucifer

The Truth of Lucifer

by Aren G. Olson


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The Truth of Lucifer delves into historical accounts, folklore, and hearsay about the Bible and its characters told throughout time. It is an introspective look at modern day society compared to the times of Jesus Christ. The book analyses religious teachings of all types, and our concepts of good and evil.
Olson addresses how religious (and public) opinion has shaped the spirit known as Lucifer into a monster. Throughout history there have been numerous accounts of Lucifer/Satan and his involvement with mankind. The Truth of Lucifer provides a psychological explanation of humanity's mind frame of evil on a religious and spiritual level.
The book challenges people to keep an open mind about the history of Lucifer, and gives cause for readers to look inward for answers. The return of Jesus Christ and the birth of the Antichrist have long been told throughout history, and still have relevance in societies today. This book is meant to help guide readers towards their own personal truths, and cast light on the darkness that resides within us all.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781681395227
Publisher: Page Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 04/29/2015
Pages: 68
Sales rank: 589,532
Product dimensions: 5.80(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.40(d)

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The Truth of Lucifer 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Unfounded claims, not supported by sources - the reader is literally told to look it up for himself. The author or narrator claims to be the Messiah and Antichrist rolled into one. It's an autobiography of Lucifer without references to a specific religion, sounds completely contrived by a semi-educated mind. Most men are homosexuals, Lucifer owns a unicorn, aliens are waiting for us to get our act together, woman carry the sins of men in their DNA, Satan is just a kitten... the author's language skills are poor and he throws in profanity to express his very obvious anger at having been treated badly. A former atheist who found spiritually as Lucifer. In summary, no religion is the true one and science needs spiritually and philosophy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a fantastic book. It gives the reader another perspective about one of humanities most infamous adversaries. I highly recommend it to all, especially those who were raised by the western religious institutions. This book helps us to understand the benefit of having an adversary, for our personal growth and development. In order to know the light, we must first understand, and love, the darkness, finding stillness within our own heart and mind. Humans tend to make adversaries out of many things, and the first step in overcoming this bad habit, is to love and forgive the most hated adversary of all time. In truth his role is all about service, as the most glorious angel, of all of God's angels dimmed himself down, taking this hated adversarial role on his shoulders, just for us and our development. He did this so that we could know love, and forgiveness. Let us start by forgiving and loving him, and then ourselves for letting these stories polarize our hearts to hatred and violence over the years. Blaming our brothers, and sisters, rather than seeking love and stillness within. Check out this book, I think you will find great comfort in gathering this other perspective about this amazing archetypal adversary.
Joseph Urbick More than 1 year ago
Mich1221 More than 1 year ago
Excellent read! Very well written. Explains how we are all a part of Universal Consciousness and that every soul is worthy of love. No one has a right to judge another. It stresses that we need to remain open minded about things we do not understand, and that if we would like to be heard, we must be willing to listen. If the religious fanatics in the world would open their minds to the information in this book, the world would be a drastically different and better place. This is one of those books that you read more than once.