So I was reading around like most truth seekers, I ran into this and was wondering what opinions people might have of it.

"Metaphorically, Lucifer is the conductor-torch that helps the
human being to find his route through the cliffs and the sand dunes of life…

Lucifer is the Logos in its more elevated aspect and the “adversary”
in its inferior aspect, both of which reflect in each of us.
When speaking about the nature of Christ, Lactacio makes of the
Logos, the Verb, the “first begotten brother of Satan and the first of all creatures.” "

from Parsifal Unveiled (1972) by Samael Aun Weor

Any opinions about it?

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""Metaphorically, Lucifer is the conductor-torch that helps the
human being to find his route through the cliffs and the sand dunes of life…"

This is the classic view of Lucifer as the guiding light to consciousness. The conductor which illumines the mind. (IMHO)

"When speaking about the nature of Christ, Lactacio makes of the
Logos, the Verb, the “first begotten brother of Satan and the first of all creatures."

"Lactacio" I have never heard of.

“first begotten brother of Satan and the first of all creatures.”

If this refers to Satan as a brother of Christ it makes no sense to me. I think it is just wrong. Only if one has a strange form of a dualistic requirement of God can it possibly be considered...  I don't hold that view and normal Christianity doesn't either. a very weird statement.

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