Fox network launching new TV series that glorifies Lucifer; marketed with pro-Satan tweets.
The premise behind the absurd drama, which is set to release in 2016, centers around so-called “Lucifer Morningstar” and his new life as the owner of Lux, an upscale nightclub located in the City of Angels.
A trailer for the show portrays Lucifer as a handsome, British-accented, well-to-do ladykiller full of charm and wit.’
The more subtle side of satanism in Hollywood entertainment is now a thing of the past, as primetime television airs blatantly evil shows like the upcoming Fox drama Lucifer, which glorifies the goings about of the “lord of hell” after he fictitiously leaves the lake of fire and retires to Los Angeles.
Here’s an image of the handsome actor Tom Ellis, who was cast as Lucifer:
The following link contains imagery of “Baphomet,” a visual representation of Satan as used throughout the history of occultism:
The real-life Lucifer, of course, wouldn’t have things any other way, being the “father of lies” and all. Based on the show’s trailer, the Lucifer character will be offered up to the masses who watch Fox as a likable character with moral and ethical convictions, fulfilling the biblical account of this insidious demonic entity.
Described as the wisest creature that God ever created, Lucifer is said to be “full of wisdom, and perfect in beauty” — that is, before he was cut down and destroyed by his Creator for elevating himself in place of God. Isaiah 14:12 of the Holy Bible describes Lucifer as having “fallen from heaven” due to his sin, only to henceforth become what John 8:44 describes as the “father of lies.”
It’s only fitting, then, that this modern-day show produced by satanists would portray Lucifer as a type of benevolent god, since this was always his goal — to take the place of the real God. Whether you believe what the Bible says or not, this is the clear-as-day implication of this upcoming show that will soon be watched by presumably millions of people.
Here’s another image of a red-eyed Tom Ellis as “Lucifer”:
One “tweet” posted to Twitter regarding the Lucifer show, as covered by Fox, reads: “I’m on board for #Lucifer,” showing how easily deceived the public is when it comes to embracing evil.
“In something of a departure for badness personified, Lucifer makes nice with humans, and ends up helping a homicide detective try to find the killer of one of his new friends,” reads a description by The Verge of how the Lucifer show will play itself out.
The masses are increasingly obsessed with evil, so why not make a show glorifying Satan?
Perhaps this premise of portraying evil as good and good as evil isn’t so unusual after all, though. Modern society does this all the time with politicians, CEOs, celebrities, media-obsessed “humanitarians” and many others who are glorified in the limelight as they secretly perform all kinds of evil in the shadows.
Politicians, both Republican and Democrat alike, are a perfect example of this. Clad in tailored suits and plastered smiles, these phonies parade themselves around as champions of the people while quietly accepting bribes from special interests. Many of them are blatant liars, of course, and yet the people keep voting for them.
Here’s an image of a satanic “all-seeing eye” tattooed on the back of a person’s head:
Here’s another similar tattoo on a person’s neck:
But as the saying goes, every country has the government it deserves, and perhaps American society’s growing obsession with demons, vampires, werewolves and other satanic entities is exactly why evil has become a no-holds-barred pastime for millions of Americans. Just look at all the other television shows, movies and music videos out there that pay homage to “the lightbearer,” a.k.a. Lucifer.
Take a look at this person tattooed to look like Satan:
Here’s an image of the back of a U.S. Federal Reserve Note, depicting the reptilian “all seeing eye,” which is a representation of Lucifer:
The “eye of Horus” is another popular satanic symbol present in movies and other mass entertainment. It’s even the official brand logo for Time Warner:
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