It is important to note that the Luciferian Palladian Rite is not recognized or endorsed by mainstream Freemasonry, which is a fraternal organization that promotes moral and social values, charity, and personal development.

The Palladian Rite is considered to be a fringe group or secret society that emerged in the late 18th century and claimed to have roots in ancient pagan practices. The group was founded by the Italian occultist and adventurer Alessandro Cagliostro and purportedly aimed to create a new world order based on a combination of Masonic and Illuminist principles.

Kenneth Mackenzie was a Freemason and historian who wrote the “Royal Masonic Cyclopedia,” which was first published in 1877. In this book, he included information on a wide range of Masonic and related organizations, including the Palladian Rite. However, it is important to note that his inclusion of the Palladian Rite in his book does not necessarily imply that he endorsed or supported its practices.

The connection between Freemasonry and the Palladian Rite is largely historical, as the Palladian Rite emerged in the same time period and geographic region as Freemasonry. Some members of the Palladian Rite may have also been members of Freemasonry, although this would have been a violation of Masonic principles, as the Palladian Rite is considered to be a clandestine organization.

Overall, while there may be some historical connections between Freemasonry and the Palladian Rite, it is important to distinguish between the two organizations and to recognize that mainstream Freemasonry does not endorse or support the practices of the Palladian Rite.