|They view everything as a duality...all the way up to God. They believe there is an equal counter-balance to that which God represents. They believe that God rules over the spiritual realm and Lucifer rules over the physical.|
What you are basically describing is the dualistic view of Freemasonry, which arose out of the beliefs of Jewish Kabbalism and pseudo-Christian Gnosticism. Of course the antecedents of this go back thousands of years, to the ancient mystery religions of Babylon, Egypt, Persia, etc., including the Zoroastrians.
The universal symbol of Satan which describes this blasphemous dualistic belief is the hexagram, a type of six-pointed star, which careful observers will note that fraud Alex Jones always carefully avoids making reference to.
Mr. Jones will carry on about pentagrams and owls and phallic symbols, the all-seeing eye and such, but is always careful to avoid educating his listeners about the seal of Antichrist -- the six-pointed star -- formed by interlaced or intersecting, mutually-opposed, equilateral triangles.
This interlocking symbol symbolizes the cosmic struggle between the "white" Jehovah (Adonai), and the "black" Jehovah (Lucifer).
One can observe one triangle pointing upwards toward heaven, while the other points downward towards earth or hell.
This picture of this masonic temple in downtown Denver, right across from City Hall, graphically depicts what I have described:
Take careful note of the satanic hexagram on the right side of the building, and note also that in-line with kabbalistic-masonic lore, the dark triangle is pointing upward and the white downward, symbolizing (in their view) that the black Jehovah (Lucifer) will ultimately be triumphant.
Here is another representation from the Satanist Eliphas Levi's book, "Transcendental Magic"
This exact poster appears on the wall in a scene of the sick and satanic film adaption of Stephen King's book, "Children of the Corn".
Stephen King is of course very heavily into satanism and the occult.