A consideration by Mary Elizabeth: Croft

"Since Lucifer is mentioned only ONCE in the Bible and that mention is in reference to the Sun:

(Isa.14 [12] How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!) then, Lucifer is the “light” or Sun-God. The LORD God didn’t want the people worshiping the Sun. He was jealous of the Sun and so he made Lucifer the Devil and made the first commandment:

“Thou shalt have no other gods before me”). The fact that the first 3 commandments are all about him––LORD God–– indicates his desire for power (the same desire for power we see in the controlling parasites along with their need for “commandments”, aka “laws”.) I suppose he tossed in the other commandments just so it wasn’t ALL about him.

Lucifer is NOT Satan or the Devil; LORD God is Satan! Lucifer is called “evil” only when he disappears below the horizon (”fallen from heaven”), and leaves us in darkness (”which weakens the nations”).

Jesus is called the “Son of God” and much of the story of Jesus is a metaphor for the Sun. So, if Lucifer is the “light”, aka Sun-God, then this suggests that Jesus and Lucifer are one and the same."