BILL GATES AND THE "LUCIFER TRUST."
IS THERE A CONNECTION?
Last week I wrote about Bill Gates’s connection to eugenics, Nazis, and white supremacy. Bill credits his father as the spiritual leader of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. His father was “head of Planned Parenthood,” according to Bill, Jr, an organization whose founder, Margaret Sanger, called for using birth control and sterilization to eliminate “human waste” and “create a race of thoroughbreds.”
In her Birth Control Review she published Ernst Rudin, a close friend who was then serving as Hitler’s Director of Genetic Sterilization for the Nazis. As one contributor to Sanger’s Birth Control Review wrote: “It is the lower elements of the population, the negroid aboriginal tribes and the pariahs or outcasts, who are gaining the fastest.” 
Bill Gates champions the “magic of vaccines” and calls vaccines “something I love.” In my recent book, I document the Gates Foundation’s targeted efforts to depopulate Ethiopia and Africa. The book also verifies accusations by Kenya’s Catholic doctors association, the nation’s largest, of 3 million women there unknowingly receiving vaccinations from the Gates-funded World Health Organization that were secretly laced with a sterilant and contraceptive. The WHO denied it, but in 2017, the former prime minister of Kenya, Raila Odinga backed the doctors: “Today, we can confirm to the country that the Catholic Church was right.” 
Do I think Bill and Melinda are conspiring in back rooms to depopulate only darker races? I doubt it. (Well, Bill maybe.) Somebody is probably doing that, but my guess is that Bill and Melinda are admirable proponents of an ideology that believes they are helping the world. And when they run into facts that challenge their ideology, they do what many of us do at times. They block it out.
But somebody out there is cooking up evil. And how does one catch them? In my quest ten years ago to dig up more on Gates, I learned that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is a donor to the Lucis Trust (formerly the “Lucifer Trust” by some accounts—we will pursue that in a moment). Lucis Trust is headquartered at 866 United Nations Plaza and claims 6,000 members. The Lucis Trust website showed the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as a Financial Partner with a Lucis Trust subsidiary, the New Group of World Servers. The Lucis website says “Men of goodwill who co-operate form part of the New Group of World Servers which is working to implement the Plan.”
What is “the Plan”? They don’t say specifically but “ultimate world unity” is mentioned in the same paragraph. Also, we learn the following: “Behind these leaders and the co-operating men of goodwill are the Custodians of the Plan, ‘the inner spiritual Government of the Planet.’” Whatever the unity is, the web page makes a point to say “this kingdom is not a Christian kingdom” but rather “These are the people who are building the new world order.” They are also called “Enlightened Ones.” 
I’m sure Bill and Melinda were flattered. I’m also suspecting their 30 PR staffers got to work scrubbing the site. They are no longer listed as Financial Partners. In fact, the list does not exist. Neither does the article thanking “George Soros” and “Bill Gates” and saying “the money energy is beginning to flow into new channels.” You can’t even find it on the Wayback Machine, the archive of the internet. But even ten years ago, I had an inkling this documentation might disappear, so I took screenshots of all the information. The files are still in my possession. 
Are the Gates’ evil? Again, this is a difficult way to phrase the question. Is Planned Parenthood evil? Was Margaret Sanger evil, the eugenicist who founded the largest performer of abortions? For those who believe abortion is murder, who know it involves killing or dismembering a child in the womb, who detest the idea of population control based on class, ability, and genetic strength, the answer is a resounding Yes. Do the people running Planned Parenthood today think they are evil? No. And they dress nicely.
Bill and Melinda also dress well. And they seem to really believe their efforts are for the good. So do the leaders of the Lucis Trust, a cause Bill and Melinda Gates have financially supported, to the degree that Bill Gates and George Soros were singled out by Lucis as key donors. Let’s get to the bottom of this allegation that they were once called the “Lucifer Trust.”
The roots of the Lucis Trust trace back to a woman who is credited for inspiring Hitler’s obsession with the occult, the 19th century author and occultist Helena Blavatsky, who discipled the founder of Lucis Trust, Alice Bailey. Blavatsky was a Russian immigrant and self-proclaimed levitating psychic who founded the occult and spiritualist movement called Theosophy, which became wildly popular, especially in Germany. She is “widely considered the ‘mother’ of New Age spirituality as well as a touchstone in the development of Nazi paganism and the chief popularizer of the swastika as a mystical symbol,” writes Jonah Goldberg in National Review.
“The occult revival in Germany and in Europe in general in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries led to a remarkable growth of Theosophic lodges as well as other occult groups,” writes author C. M. Vasey. He says there are “parallels between Blavatsky’s esoteric thought and Hitler’s racial ideology” and connects Blavatsky’s “Cyclopean eye” and the elevation of the Aryan race with themes later championed by Hitler.
Blavatsky hardly concealed the true focus of her occult leanings. In an 1885 book, she writes: “It is but natural . . . to view Satan, the Serpent of Genesis, as the real creator and benefactor, the Father of Spiritual mankind.” In another passage she extols “the ‘Harbinger of Light,’ bright radiant Lucifer,” who opened the eyes of Adam. 
Blavatsky’s Theosophy magazine was edited by Alice Bailey, who called the levitating admirer of Satan her mentor, dedicating one of her books to Blavatsky, “that great disciple who lighted her torch in the east and brought the light to Europe and America.” Bailey went on to found the Lucis Trust, and Blavatsky’s works are promoted on the Lucis Trust website. 
The Lucis website displays a great many of Bailey’s beliefs on their site. But certain Alice Bailey teachings listed on the site a few years ago are discoverable now only on the Wayback machine. In 2000, the site noted that Bailey and her followers at Lucis look for the “return of the ‘World Teacher,’ the Coming One Who will return to lead humanity into a new age and into a heightened consciousness.” In 1998, the website had another interesting sentence: “Today the reappearance of the World Teacher, the Christ, is expected by millions, not only by those of Christian faith but by those of every faith who expect the Avatar under other names -- the Lord Maitreya, Krishna, Messiah, Imam Mahdi and the Bodhisattva.”
So who do the Lucis people worship? Internet theories have for years claimed it is Lucifer. Longtime Lucis Trust president Sarah McKechnie discussed the problem of conspiracy theorists in a 2013 interview: “It’s only in more recent years with the internet and this sharing of ideas, no matter how cockamamie they might be, that the internet offers, that we hear more and more from people who are concerned about our name.”
Elsewhere on the Lucis Site, McKechnie writes about “so much confusion and misunderstanding concerning the ’fallen angels’ of which Lucifer is the best-known representative.” 
“Anybody’s who’s curious about it, you can go to our website lucistrust.org,” she says in the interview, “and you will find an article explaining the origins of Lucifer and the history of the Lucis Trust. And that should put it to rest.”
Well, I took her up on the challenge. In fact, I did so ten years ago, and I kept the screenshots. However, as of this writing, the screenshots are not necessary, because the Lucis Trust’s explanation of their name continues to be posted as follows, word for word:
“There are comments on the World Wide Web claiming that the Lucis Trust was once called the Lucifer Trust. Such was never the case. However, for a brief period of two or three years in the early 1920’s, when Alice and Foster Bailey were beginning to publish the books published under her name, they named their fledgling publishing company ‘Lucifer Publishing Company’. By 1925 the name was changed to Lucis Publishing Company and has remained so ever since. Both ‘Lucifer’ and ‘Lucis’ come from the same word root, lucis being the Latin generative case meaning of light. The Baileys› reasons for choosing the original name are not known to us, but we can only surmise that they, like the great teacher H. P. Blavatsky, for whom they had enormous respect, sought to elicit a deeper understanding of the sacrifice made by Lucifer.”