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Charles Spurgeon: Prince of Pretenders

C. H. Spurgeon Marked His Sermons With Luciferian Terms

Charles Spurgeon Prince of PretendersCharles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) commonly known as the "Prince of Preachers," thoroughly leavened his sermons with terms found in Luciferian literature.

Many of these words and phrases are found in Masonic works such as Morals and Dogma by Albert Pike, Mackey's Encyclopedia of Freemasonry by Albert Mackey, The Secret Teachings of All Ages by Manly P. Hall and Theosophical works such as The Secret Doctrine and The Externalisation of the Hierarchy by Helena Blavatsky and many others.

The occult terms Spurgeon used in his sermons are found in Freemasonry, witchcraft, Satanism, the Kabbalah, Alchemy, Gnosticism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Theosophy, Rosicrucianism, Zoroastrianism, the New Age Movement, the Charismatic Movement, Word of Faith Movement and more.

The brief citations serve as only a starting point for reference. Many of the terms are used across a wide spectrum of occult/esoteric belief systems.

At an attempt at brevity I have usually provided only one example of Spurgeon's use of each term in a sermon and one or two examples of the term used in occult writings.

Most of the urls listed at the end of each page in this report are to occult websites and are intended for documentation only. All of the web pages were live when I published this report to the internet.


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the golden light (Occultism, Hinduism, Witchcraft)

Spurgeon: "You can see Him as the dove, full of innocence. You can see Him in the blood sprinkled, in the incense burning, in the laver filled with water, in Aaron’s rod that budded, in the golden pot that was full of manna, in the ark. You can see Him having the law within His heart and over the ark. You can see the golden light of the Shekinah above the mercy seat, and say, “Christ is here.” (1)

Occult Meditations: "Man has to recollect his original state of perfection and rise like the Sun who rises and transmits golden light. He is light; he is life. Man also has to rise to his east, which is his Ajna centre, where he experiences himself as I AM. He then experiences the golden life, the golden light and the golden temple." (2)

Hinduism: "Technically, miracles are reserved for outwardly verifiable events and thus do not include the subjective world of visions or mystical experience. That aside, we suggest that the most worthy miracle of all is the alchemical transformation of the mind from leaden sloth, delusions and desires to the golden light of cosmic energy, love, freedom, charity and self-knowing." (2a)

witchcraft: "Open your crown chakra—imagine a little door on the top of your head, open it, and see a ball of white light appear. Feel the energy from the Sun enter your body through the top of your head. Really focus on the warmth on your hair, then feel it radiate down within your body. Feel it travel down your spine, and spread out and down your arms and legs, right down to your fingers and toes. Visualize that you are glowing with golden light from the inside out." (2b)


golden fire  (the "flame of Prana" believed by Luciferians to be Lucifer's life force)

Spurgeon: "As I AM” was in the bush, and made it glow with golden fire, transforming it from a despicable bush to become a throne for Deity, so shall it be with you. “I am with you, poor bush that might readily be burned; I will fill you with Myself, and make you radiant with glory, for I have set My love upon you from of old.” (3)

Theosophy: "Reading jńāna in stead of dhyāna in the text, the directly following text would be understandable and satisfactory. This idea that we should read jńāna is also supported by the fact that later onshe says: “Henceforth thy way is clear right through the Vīrya gate, the fifth one of the Seven Portals. Thou art now on the way that leadeth to the Dhyāna haven, the sixth, the Bodhi Portal. The Dhyāna gate is like an alabaster vase, white and transparent; within there burns a steady golden fire, the flame of Prajńā that radiates from Ātman” – what seems to indicate that only then she begins to speak about the sixth pāramitā, which is Dhyāna." (3a)


spiritual vision, second sight (third eye used for spiritual vision, second sight is clairvoyance)

Spurgeon: "And this we also discover when we try to lead others to the light. We speak to them of the glories we, ourselves behold, and set before them the truth of God, but we cannot make them see. To bestow spiritual vision is as great a wonder as to make a world and requires the same fiat of omnipotence. Only He who created the eyes can give this second sight. Since the world began was it not heard that any man opened the eyes of one that was born blind.” (4)

spiritual vision: "The development of spiritual vision requires the patient building of some new 'organs' of energy, of which the third eye is a master key. These new structures are not physical, nevertheless they are very real and tangible. Once fully developed, the perceptions coming through them appear clear, sharper and far more substantial than those coming from the physical senses." (4a)

second sight: "Second sight" is clairvoyance. It is the psychic ability (obtained from evil spirits) to perceive things that are not present to the senses, whereby a person perceives information in the form of a vision, about future events before they happen, or about things or events at remote locations. (4b)


mystic letters  (Kabbalah)  

Spurgeon: "As for the ungodly world, it concerns them not whether there is a God or not! And as to the excellence of His character, they do not regard it. But those whom He loves and whom He will set on high, delight to know the name of God and to spell out its mystic letters as they are painted on His works, unfolded in His ways and revealed in His Word! They make it their study to know what can be known of Him." (5)

Kabbalah: "What Dee seems to have done is to take the geometrical argument to its logical conclusion. He announced in his dedicatory letter that “this alphabetic literature contains great mysteries,” continuing that “the first Mystic letters of Hebrews, Greeks, and Romans were formed by God and transmitted to mortals [ . . . ] so that all the signs used to represent them were produced by points, straight lines, and circumferences of circles arranged by an art most marvelous and wise.” (6)


celestial ray (Theosophy, Buddhism, Esotericism, Freemasonry)

Spurgeon: "Enlightened by His pure celestial ray, we are no more darkness but light in the Lord." (6a)

Theosophy: "The word avatara is a Sanskrit compound and may be translated as "passing down," signifying the passing into lower planes of a celestial ray, or what comes to the same thing, of an individualized complex of spiritual force-substance — a divine or celestial being — for the purpose of overshadowing and illuminating a human vehicle. . . in other words, no human soul born in that body and karmically destined to be the inner master of that body." (6b)

Buddhism: “If one were told that many centuries ago a celestial ray shone into the body of a sleeping woman [see: virgin birth], as it seemed to her in her dream; that thereupon the advent of a wondrous child was predicted by the soothsayers; that angels appeared at this child's birth. . . "  (6c)

Esotericism: "The 'active intellect', represented by Madonna, is the 'celestial ray' that constitutes the link between God and man, and that leads man to God; it is the Hindu Buddhi." (6d)

Freemasonry: "The next distinguishing characteristic is truth ; excellent as the duty may seem, difficult in its accomplishments, and happy in its consequences, no man, professing himself a Mason, stands approved without possessing this jewel uncontaminated with the fashions of the age; pure as the celestial ray first descended, unstained by rhetorications and mental reservation, she is possessed by us, wholly, undivided, and in the simplest character." (6e)

creative energy of the Spirit (Occult, Hinduism)

Spurgeon: "That fabric, in all its beauty and perfection, was modeled by the Spirit. In His book were all the members written when as yet there were none of them. He fashioned and formed Him and here again we have another instance of the creative energy of the Spirit." (7)

occult pictograms: "The sacral messages continue. At even a higher level here we can find information about the creation of the figures 1 to 10, the seven charkas and the evolution of the races. And at that, the Glagolic Alphabet is not just a chronological transition between the old cosmic and the contemporary pictogramic cosmic language Senzar – it imposes their logical and mutual relation (especially between the letters in which the light creative energy of the Spirit touches the Initial Circle) and the creation of the figures 1 to 10, the seven charkas and the evolution of the races." (8)

Hinduism: "In Hindu philosophy, the creative energy of the spirit, the principle of becoming, is described metaphorically as the feminine principle, whereas the principle of being (sattd,)which is the basis and support ef the creative flow of becoming, is characterized metaphorically as the male principle." (8a)


moral Ruler of the Universe  (Freemasonry, Hindusim)

Spurgeon: "Furthermore, remember the perfection of the character of God as the moral Ruler of the Universe. He is the Judge of all, and He must do right."(9)

Freemasonry: "Freemasonry not only teaches the existence of a Divine Moral Ruler of the Universe and enjoins the duty of reverence to Him but recognizes the various relations which he has established and the duties which those relations impose." (10) 


energy of the spiritual life (Theosophy)

"Let a man be troubled with doubts as to the religion which he has espoused, or concerning his own interest in the privileges which that religion bestows, and you will soon find that all the energy of his spiritual life is gone—he will have little more than a name to live, practically he will be powerless."(11)

Theosophy: "You Occidentals have been thinking for too long a time that the only power of thought resides in your own Occidental brains. Too long a time have you disregarded nature's outstanding fact that consciousness and the energy of the spiritual life in here in all human beings. Why does this kind questioner call this idea a pagan idea, if not from this Occidental egoism which qualifies its own small portion of learning as the standard by which all the rest of mankind shall be judged? Yes, it is a pagan idea, because it is a true idea." (12)


healing energy (Kabbalah, Witchcraft/Reiki)

Spurgeon: "For she said, If I may touch but His clothes, I shall be whole. Not “If I may but touch His clothes,” as if she meant to lay stress on the mere touch. The translators were wise to place the “but” after the “touch,” for there the emphasis rests. The woman believed that Jesus was full of healing energy everywhere even in His garments, and therefore she felt—“If I may touch but His clothes, I shall thus come into contact with Him and I shall be whole.” (13)

Kabbalah: "Kabbalistic healing combines the principles of the Tree of Life with the divine healing energy of Universal Light.  Putting these two systems together creates a powerful vessel for healing." (14)

Witchcraft/Reiki: "It helps when you are receiving reiki healing for you to believe in the healing power of the universe, this allows you to gain the most out of your treatment, when having a treatment you are opening yourself up to the healing energy of the universe." (14a)


the Infinite Spurgeon regarded "the Infinite" as an "it" (Theosophy)

Spurgeon: I am conscious that all I can say concerning the sufferings of Jesus this morning will be but as a drop in the bucket. None of us know the half of the agony which He endured. None of us have ever fully comprehended the love of Christ which passes knowledge! Philosophers have probed the earth to its very center; threaded the spheres; measured the skies, weighed the hills—no, weighed the world itself—but this is one of those vast, boundless things which to measure surpasses all but the Infinite itself! 15)

Theosophy: "[Theosophy] is belief in the Deity as the ALL, the source of all existence, the infinite that cannot be either comprehended or known, the universe alone revealing IT ... (page 91)" (16)


infinite energy (Occult)

Spurgeon: "When the fire of conversion has kindled the fire of persecution, it proves its own infinite energy by subjecting even persecution to itself."(17)

Occult: "There is Unity. Unity is All there is. Infinite Intelligence, and Infinite Energy. The two are One, and within them, is the potential for all Creation. This state of Consciousness could be termed as ‘Being’."5 (18)


living energy (Theosophy)

Spurgeon: You profess to “love your God with zeal so great that you could give Him all,” and what, after all, do you give Him? Oh, how much  outward religion is nothing but inward hypocrisy! How much of our talk about religion is mere gossip! God save us from vain talk and impart to us a living energy, so that our deeds may proclaim our faith!" (19)

Theosophy: "Love, then—or, if you prefer, compassion—is the living energy that unites us with the ultimate, by whatever name we may call it—God, Brahma, the One, the Vastness, the realm of the gods. It is the same energy that connects us with everything and everyone in the universe—with the distant stars as with the blade of grass and the pebbles beneath our feet, with those we call our friends as with those we may think of as our enemies." (20)


Master Science (Freemasonry)

Spurgeon: "But when we come to this master science, finding that our plumb-line cannot sound its depth, and that our eagle eye cannot see its height, we turn away with the thought, that vain man would be wise, but he is like a wild ass's colt; and with the solemn exclamation, "I am but of yesterday, and know nothing." (21)

Freemasonry: "The advantages which mankind in general reap from this master Science are beyond calculation. Its blessings are confined to no country, but are diffused with the Institution throughout the world. Men of all languages, of all religions, of the remotest nations, and of every habit and opinion, are united in a bond of brotherly affection."(22)


holy spirits (Freemasonry)

Spurgeon: "The cherubim and seraphim continually bound forth His praise. At His behest, the mightiest spirit delights to fly and carry His commands to the most distant world. He has but to speak and it is done! Cheerfully is He obeyed and majestically does He reign. His high courts are thronged with holy spirits who live upon His smile, who drink light from His eyes, who borrow glory from His Majesty." (23)

Freemasonry: ". . . but another word for Seraphim, or angels of light--the true Freemasons in the sky--ministering spirits, continually ascending and descending from earth to heaven, and from heaven to earth, to receive and disseminate divine commissions for the benefit of man; and serving on great occasions as the chariot of the Deity.

On Cherubim and Seraphim, full royalty he rode.


These holy spirits were symbolized in the seven lamps, or Inferior Shekinah, mentioned by Zechariah." (24)


the Promised One (Theosophy)

Spurgeon: "THIS is spoken of as one of the results of the coming of the Lord: he would test and try all things, destroy the false and the evil, and make those pure whom he permitted to remain. Behold, the Promised One has come!" (25)

Theosophy: "Baha Ulah, his life thus spared, was exiled with his family and some of his followers to the Turkish dominions. There is Bagdad he declared to his followers, what they had already suspected, that he was the Promised One, foretold by the Bab, the great Manifestation of God come for all the religions of the world." (26)


the One a title of the Antichrist (Theosophy)

Spurgeon: "It is the same Person who speaks in each case, and He is speaking concerning Himself in both instances, so it is very remarkable that He should first say  “Me,” and then say “Him.”What is this but another illustration of the Unity of the Godhead, and yet the Trinity of the adorable Persons in it? Notice that the One who, in this chapter, speaks of Himself as “Me” and “Him,” is none other than Jehovah who made the heavens and the earth." (27)

Theosophy: "Another great Approach of divinity and another spiritual revelation are now possible. A new revelation is hovering over mankind, and the One Who will bring it and implement it is drawing steadily nearer to us. What this great approach will bring to mankind, we do not yet know. It will surely bring us as definite results as did all the earlier revelations, and the missions of Those Who came in response to humanity's earlier demands." (28)


The Presence of Deity (Theosophy)

Spurgeon: "God was here Himself—the All-worker, the King of kings, the Lord of lords? Speak with bated breath; hush, and be silent; you are in the presence of Majesty! Let us think of national calamities or of private ills with that reverence which should be inspired by a consciousness of the presence of Deity." (29)

Theosophy: "Heavenly Adam. The synthesis of the Sephirothal Tree, or of all the Forces in Nature and their informing deific essence. In the diagrams, the Seventh of the lower Sephiroth, Sephira Malkhooth — the Kingdom of Harmony — represents the feet of the ideal ^Macrocosm, whose head reaches to the first manifested Head. This Heavenly Adam is the natnra natnrans, the abstract world, while the Adam of Earth (Humanity) is the natura naturata or the material universe. The former is the presence of Deity in its universal essence ; the latter the manifestation of the intelligence of that essence." (30)


Holy Fire (Theosophy, Kundalini)

Spurgeon: "The church needs fire to quicken her ministers, to give zeal and energy to all her members. Having this fire, she burns her way to success! The world meets her with the fire of firewood, but she confronts the world with the fire of kindling spirits, and of souls aglow with the love of Jesus Christ. She trusts not to the wit, and eloquence, and wisdom of her preachers, but to the divine fire which clothes them with energy! She knows that men are irresistible when they are filled with hallowed enthusiasm sent from God. She trusts therefore in this, and her cry is, “Come, Holy Fire, abide upon our pastors and teachers! Rest upon every one of us!” (31)

Theosophy: "In a certain sense, the task before the disciple is the evocation of the "divine fire", Kundalini, and the infusion of the principle of Will in him by that divine fire; the golden light mingling with the red flame, to produce the colour of the mystic rose. The fiery aspiration of the disciple evokes the higher celestial fire, and the two blend in one, the holy fire which shall thereafter illumine and enkindle that disciple's heart and life and every act." (32)

Kundalini: "The Holy Spirit is the Fire of Pentecost or the fire of the Holy Spirit called Kundalini by the Hindus, the igneous serpent of our magical powers, Holy Fire symbolized by Gold . . . "  (32a)


Divine fire (Theosophy)

Spurgeon: "Brothers, I beseech you keep to the old gospel, and let your souls be filled with it, and then may you be set on fire with it! When the wick is saturated, let the flame be applied. Fire from Heaven is still the necessity of the age. They call it "go", and there is nothing which goes like it; for when fire once starts upon a vast prairie or forest, all that is dry and withered must disappear before its terrible advance. May God Himself, who is a consuming fire, ever burn in you as in the bush at Horeb! All other things being equal, that man will do most who has most of the Divine fire." (33)

Theosophy: "In a certain sense, the task before the disciple is the evocation of the "divine fire", Kundalini, and the infusion of the principle of Will in him by that divine fire; the golden light mingling with the red flame, to produce the colour of the mystic rose. The fiery aspiration of the disciple evokes the higher celestial fire, and the two blend in one, the holy fire which shall thereafter illumine and enkindle that disciple's heart and life and every act." (34)


heart of flame (Theosophy)

Spurgeon: "But we bless God that there are not so many of that sort, now, and we pray that the race may become quite extinct—and that every pulpit may be filled with a man who has a tongue of fire and a heart of flame and who shuns not to declare the whole counsel of God, neither seeking the smiles of men nor dreading their frowns!" (35)

Universal Brotherhood (Theosophical teachings):"Then One spoke - He of the mighty arm - He of the eye of power. And He inquired (speaking calm and low, and looking round on all the gathered throng) who would willing go into the world of flesh - to waken all the souls that now could hear, and teach to them the meaning high, sublime, of life; show them the Movement - flowing onward like a river vast, with but one source and end; teach them how to enter on that tide, and moving with Love - and for this Fire Divine in thee thou hast been called 'The Heart of Flame." (36)


the science of Christ (Theosophy)

Spurgeon: "But oh, take care that this most excellent science, the science of Christ crucified, is not made to take a second place with you! Always put this science first—try to understand the glory of your Lord’s person—without beginning of days or end of years! Search into the purity of His character in all that He was, here below, from His birth to His death. Be conversant with Christ in all His sacred offices." (37)

Theosophy: "FOR the information of the reader, who, after the perusal of the preceding work, may desire to investigate the subject of Theosophy, — into which, as it appears, Saint-Martin, after passing through an other philosophical and theological studies, mystical and phenomenal, of his day, finally settled down; it having been apprehended by him to contain the true science of God and Nature, the science of Man, the science of Christ, of the Gospel, of salvation, and therefore the science of all sciences, — in order we say, to enable the reader to investigate the subject fundamentally, and that without difficulty of research for the proper books and authors for such end, we here annex the following particulars on that head, being extracted from the several publications named in connection therewith, and with the concurrence of the author, inserted in this place." (38)


fire of God  (in the Holy Bible, the "fire of God" means literal fire sent down from God)

Spurgeon: "Go thou with the fire of God in thy hand and fling it among the stubble, and the stubble will burn. Be thou sure of that. Go thou and scatter the good seed: it may not all fall in fruitful places, but some of it will. (39)

Kundalini Serpent Fire: Fire of god, sacred fire, sacred white fire, and kundalini fire are all terms used for adamantine particles of light, the fuel of life breathed forth from the heart core of the supreme Creator. (40)

Magic: The fire of God, otherwise known as the "Father begotten Light" (44) is linked to the fire of soul: "Who first sprang from Mind, clothing the one Fire with the other Fire, binding them together, that he might mingle the fountainous craters while prepserving unsullied the brilliance of his own Fire." (41)

throws energy
(witchcraft, magick, Shamanism)

Spurgeon: "The force which draws us home lies in the word, “I will.” Jesus Christ, our most true God, veiled in human form, bows His knee and prays, and throws His divine energy into the prayer for the bringing home of His redeemed." (42)

magick: "Where the two lines cross is the only point where the sigil can ever be broken. Once the sigil is broken the binding is broken. Since Saturn’s power is only where the lines cross, the rest of the sigil will seem weak to an experienced adept who can identify it for what it is. The first instinct of the adept will be to just throw energy at the sigil until the binding is overcome and broken. However this will do nothing as throwing energy at any point other than where the lines cross won’t break the sigil, and where the lines cross are empowered by Saturn, and cannot be broken except by divine power." (43)

Shamanism (witchcraft): Once we become proficient at these simple energy manipulations, it’s just a matter of time when we can actually “throw” energy out to another person or thing, and cause healing and change, according to our intentions. (43a)



secret energy (Freemasonry, Witchcraft)

Spurgeon: "Lastly, does your religion spring up within your soul by the secret energy of the Spirit of God? Do you feel emotions, longings, regrets and desires arising in you without any outward prompting? You do not pray by order, but because you cannot help it—you are in need, and must pray." (44)

Freemasonry: "But from which of them would he have learned those details of the Morgan trials that go to show, in the words of his excellent letter, that masonic oaths "are not considered by those who impose and take them as mere idle and unmeaning words, but as solid obligations to be practically enforced;" that the audacious conspiracy against the life of a citizen "was not, as has been commonly supposed, the act of a few ignorant men alone, but was engendered in the lodges themselves enforced under their direction and supported at their expense; the conspiracy embracing within its sweet, men of all degrees, with too much reason to believe that the secret energy of the masonic spirit had entered and polluted even the temple of Justice; and with the most demonstrative proof that the person who had entered into these unhallowed oaths; considered their allegiance to the Lodges as of higher obligation than the allegiance to the laws of their own country," from which of them could he have learned these things, or any of them?" (45)

witchcraft: "A Witch knows that the sacred & secret energy which flows in our body can be directed in a better way with a more balanced diet, as Chi – the vital energy – hides in our food. Eating healthy meals can provide your body, mind and aura with more energy." (45a)


spiritual energy -devils/evil spirits (Theosophy, Witchcraft/Magic, Voodoo)

Spurgeon: "Were the sham taken away, they might cry out for a real ministry. God would bestow on them one taught of the Holy Ghost, who would speak with a tongue of fire, with inward witness and with spiritual energy, resting his confidence in Gods promises and His Word." (46)

Theosophy: "When a spiritual energy is set free, it works down through the other planes of being, giving rise on each plane to a liberation of energy, and bringing about results great in proportion to the nature of the spiritual force. So that it is true in history, as you may find by study, that where spiritual forces are liberated, the intellectual life of the nation will also leap forward with tremendous energy, the emotional life of the nation will show fresh development, and even on the lowest plane of all - the physical, results will be brought about entirely beyond anything that could have been achieved by the energies of the physical plane which are set to work and which apparently cause these results."  (46a)

witchcraft/magic: "Magic spells are a way to communicate with and influence the spiritual energy that exists all around us. This same spiritual energy is the blueprint for the physical world that we live in, and when we affect the spiritual, we will soon see changes in the physical." (46b)

Voodoo: "Use the recommended Voodoo spells, Love spells, or an voodoo ritual items as suggested --this enhances and reinforces all the spiritual energy for the desired outcome." (46c)

Reiki: "These practices work with energy - spiritual energy. As the Japanese name for spiritual energy is Reiki." (46d)


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light ineffable (Masonic)

Spurgeon: "In that time before all time, when there was no day but “The Ancient of Days,” when matter and created mind were alike unborn, and even space was not, God, the great I Am, was as perfect, glorious, and blessed as he is now. There was no sun, and yet Jehovah dwelt in light ineffable; there was no earth, and yet his throne stood fast and firm; there were no heavens, and yet his glory was unbounded." (47)

Freemasonry: "May all Elect Masons, like the Elect of God, put on charity, which is the bond of perfection. May our loins be girt about with the girdle of truth ; and finally, having been faithful in all our course, may we be brought to behold the light ineffable, and admitted into that sacred place where the sun shall no more give light by day ; neither for brightness shall the moon give light, but the Lord, our Adonai, shall be with us an everlasting light, and our God our glory. Bless us, and bless the work in which we are engaged ; and may the alliance we are about to perfect be eternal. Amen ! So mote it be !" (48)


ineffable light (Masonic)

Spurgeon: "This blessed hope makes us feel that it is a shame for us to sin, a shame that princes of the blood imperial of the skies should dabble in the mire like children of the gutter! We would gladly live as those who are destined to dwell in the blaze of the ineffable light of God. We cannot walk in darkness, for we are to dwell in a splendor before which the sun grows pale—in the very Godhead, itself, are we to baptize ourselves in fellowship!" (49)

Freemasonry: "I like to believe that, at some day, in some manner, perhaps this Mason who received light by following the long road trod by Albert Pike might in turn pass on a ray of that light to some other seeker after the Ineffable Light, the Light of Masonic Truth." (50)

Freemasonry: "For Hiram there was Dionysus, for the acacia the myrtle, but there were the same mourning, the same discovery, the same rejoicing, because what had been lost was found, and then the same ineffable light, and the same sacred teaching of the name of God and the soul's immortality." (51)


sacred harmony (Theosophy)

Spurgeon: "The  Lord God walked in the garden in the cool of the day,” and Adam was privileged to hold fellowship with God, closer, perhaps, than even the angels had in heaven. But the spell of that sacred harmony was rudely broken by man’s disobedience and his dreadful fall!" (52)

Theosophy: "It is because the Spirit must never be without Religion, because, when the Spirit is coming towards its human birth, it is necessary that these forces of Religion should surround it, and help in the building of its earthly home. And so also with sacred Sound the new-born life is welcomed in its very incoming into this world of manifestation; that the sacred harmony may surround it, and give it the impulse in the birth hour, which shall send it on towards harmonious development." (53)  


Lord of the Universe  (Freemasonry, Buddhism, Islam, Qabbalah, Hinduism)

Spurgeon: "True Christian worship addresses God, not merely as Creator and Preserver, or as the great Lord of the Universe, but as one who is very near of kin to us, our Father, beloved of our souls." (54)

Freemasonry; "Indeed, Osiris is the Jesus of our Christian doctrine, the supreme Initiate or "Captain of Salvation"; He is the reflection and counterpart in Man of the supreme Lord of the Universe (Greek - Dionysos, Hebrew - Adonai), the ideal type of humanity." (55)

Buddhism: O Keshava! O Lord of the universe! O Lord Hari who have assumed the form of a fish! All glories to You! You easily acted as a boat in the form of a giant fish to give protection to the Vedas, which had sunk in the turbulent sea of devastation. (55a)

Islamic title for Allah (the Quran): “All praise belongs to God, Lord of the Universe, the Beneficent, the Merciful and Master of the Day of Judgment, You alone We do worship and from You alone we do seek assistance, guide us to the right path, the path of those to whom You have granted blessings, those who are neither subject to Your anger nor have gone astray.” (55b)

Qabbalah: "10. When the Patriarch Abraham had comprehended the great truths, meditated upon them, and understood them perfectly, the Lord of the Universe (the Tetragrammaton) appeared to him, called him His friend, kissed him upon the head, and made with him a covenant. (55c)

Hinduism: "Lord Vishnu, the Lord of the Universe and a part of “The Trinity” of the Hindu concept of the Highest Universal Energy that pervades the each matter that exists in this visible world." (55d)


divine science (magic/Theosophy)

Spurgeon: "Dear young people, if you never read a sing le book of romance, you will lose nothing; but if you do not read your Bibles you will lose everything! This is the age of fiction, and therefore the age of speculation and error—leave fiction and give yourself wholly to the truth of God! Eat that which is good, and spend not your money on that which is not bread. The Bible is the thesaurus of heavenly knowledge, the encyclopedia of divine science—read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest the same, and then you will be keeping the sayings of God!" (56)

Theosophy: "
Magic was considered a divine science which led to a participation in the attributes of Divinity itself. "It unveils the operations of nature," says Philo Judaeus, 'and leads to the contemplation of celestial powers.' " (57)

Theosophy: " '
Ancient Wisdom' is only one name which has been applied to the Great Knowledge. It has also been called Ageless Wisdom, Divine Wisdom, Divine Science, Gnosis, Atma-Vidya, Brahma-Vidya, Gupta-Vidya, Sanatana Dharma, Esoteric Philosophy, Esoteric Science, Occult Philosophy, Sacred Science, the Wisdom-Religion, and the Secret Doctrine. It is the Esoteric Teaching which underlies all the world’s religions." (58)


the magic circle (used in witchcraft and Masonic rituals)

Spurgeon: "Carrying the text beyond its original position, we may say that over the head of all infirmities, ignorances, selfishnesses, desertions, and denials, Jesus Christ, who had loved his own that were in the world, loved them to the end. It was not possible for them, with all their follies, failings, and sins, to break through the magic circle of his affection; he had hedged them in once for all, bad bound them to himself with bonds firmer than brass, and stronger than triple steel, and neither could the temptations of hell, nor the suggestions of their own corruptions tear them from his heart." (59)

witchcraft: "A ritual circle (or magic circle) is a circle of space marked out by practitioners of many branches of witchcraft and ritual magic, either to contain energy and form a sacred space, or as a form of magical protection, or both." (60)

Rituals of Freemasonry: "In these symbols, the below left-hand Pentagram surrounded by the magic circle is Lucifer -- the good god -- with the one point upward and two down; the below right-hand Pentagram, again surrounded by the magic circle, is Satan -- the evil god -- with the two points up and the one down. These symbols depict exactly what Albert Pike is talking about in the paragraph above. He says that the evil god, whom he calls Seth or Typhon [Typhon is listed in The Satanic Bible as Infernal Names for Satan] is the adversary of the good god, Osiris; therefore, Pike is saying Osiris is Lucifer, a finding consistent with the rest of the Occult realm." (60a)


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Also see:  Charles Spurgeon: Prince of Pretenders Index of Articles

Charles Spurgeon Posed With the Vulcan Hand Sign

Freemasons at Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony for Metropolitan Tabernacle

Photos of Charles Spurgeon's Ancient Mystery Religion of Lucifer Hand Signal: The Lion's Paw

Susannah Spurgeon Posed With the Inverted V Sign Occult Hand Signal


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(6c) Oliver Holmes (1879), “Introduction to Edwin Arnold’s The Light of Asia
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(58) Theosophy -- An Explanation and Overview
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(60a) Rituals of Freemasonry The Worship of Lucifer, SATAN Part 1 of 5


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