Just checking. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luciferianism
There's a myriad of views on the subject, with some having nothing to do with Evil.
It's much like trying to define Christianity, with it's 26,000 different sects.
If those were links to the books the elite read I would give the thumbs up... but..
"Traditional Luciferianism focuses on Lucifer, and the characteristics of knowledge, light, and “betterment” which come semantically bound with the name. This is not, of course, the only interpretation of “Lucifer.”"
"Noteably, the Children of the Black Rose
seem to believe that Lucifer is the All of the universe, neither male nor female, neither good nor evil, everything and nothing all together"http://www.spiralnature.com/spirituality/satanism/luciferianism.html
My opinion is that studying Aleister Crowley would give a good yield to what the elite believe. As per Crowley's writing, they believe in the Yahweh of the Old and New Testament, but they think Adonay (Jesus) was not the messiah and Lucifer is (Or something like that, who knows). They have disdain for Yahweh but honor Lucifer. I don't exactly know why they honor Lucifer as a whole, so I will find that later.