Probably about 12 in total, but they are very active/vocal about it.
you can see that david (aka cj, chris and even "st david") is a typical example, he knows the pike never said what he claims, but he still lies about freemasonry; what kind of christian does that make him? he knows the truth about Jesus, yet spreads lies, anger and hatred in his name... and considers himself a saint on top of it all.
as you know, freemasonry is not satanic, there is nothing in it at any level that is; if you worship satan/lucifer, etc. you cannot be a freemason
all of the claims stems from two false statements made over 100 and 700 years ago.
the first, 700 years ago from King Philip the fair who said the Templars worshiped Baphomet. Pope Clement, who interviewed the Templars, said they did NOT worship anyone called baphomet, they were devout Christians who prayed 7 times a day... (oddly enough this gives rise to another anti-mason claim that freemasons started from islam; and of course there are muslim anti-masons who claim freemasonry is a puppet of the zionist movement - they are all full of hot air)...
the second, over 100 years ago was from leo taxil who was playing a joke on freemasonry and the Catholic Church, he admitted he was lying, this is where the term luciferian comes from, anyone who uses the word has been duped by some anti-mason propagandist perpetuating this known lie...
fallen angel, here is the quote, from the 19th Degree of the Scottish Rite Southern Jurisdiction in the USA:
"Lucifer, the Light-bearer! Strange and mysterious name to give to the Spirit of Darkness! Lucifer, the Son of the Morning! Is it he who bears the Light, and with its splendors intolerable blinds, feeble, sensual, or selfish Souls? Doubt it not!"
To me, there is no way any rational person could take that to say Pike is saying that Lucifer is God. This is clearly saying that Lucifer uses "light" which is italicized by Pike to suggest [IMHO] he is using it not as True Light but as a false light, one that Satan uses to tempt mankind, to seduce him away from God.