Lucifer



  • Lucifer, a once arch angel, who was by historical reference called - Light Bearer. Because of his jealously of god, got cast out of heaven for treason. 1/3 of all angels followed him, and he is a convincing figure. This 1/3 of damned angels actually act on their own volition, but follow Lucifers beliefs, total chaos. Lucifer, one of the highest angels, fled to earth because he wished to kill jesus 3 times, but failed. He still awaits for judgment day where he will again fail to defeat the pious and faithful, but he will still try.



  • Not a god, an angel
    Tried to take over Heaven. This pissed off God who turned him into a beast and sent him and his followers to hell.



  • How art thou fallen from heaven
    O day-star, son of the morning! (Helel ben Shahar)
    How art thou cast down to the ground,
    That didst cast lots over the nations!
    And thou saidst in thy heart:
    I will ascend into heaven,
    Above the stars of God (El)
    Will I exalt my throne;
    And I will sit upon the mount of meeting,
    In the uttermost parts of the north;
    I will ascend above the heights of the clouds;
    I will be like the Most High (Elyon).
    Yet thou shalt be brought dow to the nether-world,
    To the uttermost parts of the pit.

    • Isaiah 14:12-15

    In Christian tradition, this passage is proof for the fall of Lucifer. However, it may be that this passage is an allusion to a Canaantie or Phoenician myth about Helel, who is the son of the god Shahar. Helel sought the throne of the chief god and was cast down into the abyss because of this. El, Elyon, and Shahar are members of the Canaanite pantheon, while the mount of meeting is the abode of the gods, which corresponds to Mount Olympus in Greek mythology. There is a Ugaritic poem about two divine children, Shachar (dawn) and Shalim (dusk), who were born as the result of the intercourse of the god El with mortal women. There are, however, no Canaanite sources that tell about Helel ben Shahar or a revolt against Elyon.

    Many Apocalyptic writers interpreted this passage as referring to Lucifer, and wrote about the fall of the angels. 1 Enoch refers to the falling angels as stars (see the watchers) and may be the beginning of the overlap between the story of the watchers and Isaiah.

    The name Lucifer means light-bearer, and is not used in the New Testament, where the bearer of light is Christ. He was once one of the Seraphim (sometimes called the fiery, flying serpents).

    Later authors, such as St. Jerome, associate Ezekial 28:13-15 with Lucifer, the greatest of the fallen angels. It has been argued that this passage was actually addressed to Nebuchadrezzar.

    You were in Eden, the garden of God;
    Every precious stone was your adornment:
    Carnelian, chrysolite, and amethyst;
    Beryl, lapis lazuli, and jasper;
    Sapphire, turquoise, and emerald;
    And gold beautifully wrought for you,
    Mined for you, prepared the day you were created.
    I created you as a cherub
    With outstretched shielding wings;
    And you resided on Gods holy mountain;
    You walked among stones of fire.
    You were blameless in your ways,
    From the day you were created
    Until wrongdoing was found in you
    By your far-flung commerce
    You were filled with lawlessness
    And you sinned.
    So I have struck you down
    From the mountain of God,
    And I have destroyed you, O shielding cherub,
    From among the stones of fire.

    Later interpretations of the fall tell that Lucifer was upset because God the Father made Lucifers brother, Jesual, the Son. From his head, he gave birth to Sin, and by copulating with her, fathered Death. He was then cast out of heaven.

    There are characters similar to Lucifer in other mythologies. In Egypt, there is a serpent god, Sata, whi is father of lightning and who likewise fell to earth. A Babylonian god, Zu, was also a lightning god who fell as a fiery flying serpent.



  • Sammael or Halael, both meaning bringing the Light of God, Lucifer is the Latinization of the Hebrew name of the angel leading the forces opposing Yaweh, or Yehova. Latin lux, lucis= light, and ferare= to bring.



  • The rightful ruler of earth, and father of humanity. Or possibly a Hebrew angel who was in charge of testing peoples faith, but was otherwise, benevolent, but later got demonized as Satan, Gods adversary. Which makes no sense, because Satan is named after Saturn, one of the planets of our solar system, and also, one of the two patron deities of Rome, along with Juno.

    Lucifer wants all of humanity to realize the divinity within us. This obviously makes the Church his enemy, for they want people to feel powerless, and rely on the church for everything and give them many donations. Also, they wanted to protect the divine rights of kings to rule. Lucifer is really an angel of light, and enemy to the Abrahamic religion. He wants us all to realize just how special we are. They say we were created in Gods image, but we are so much more, and Lucifer wants us to realize this. And despite being a glorious angel of light, he doesnt want himself to be seen as greater than humanity, he prefers to be called a mentor, friend, guide, professor, etc.



  • His other brother is Raphael, who serves as something like a combat medic and healer in general. Belial, a female angel -- she has a brother of very similar name -- was among his followers gone to hell with him, and she loves him like a wife. He was ignorant of her affection when he was in heaven.

    His reasons for rebellion were mainly two -- first, he disagreed with Gods over-restriction of angels relative to humans -- he wanted more freedom for angels. Second, he was smitten with Alexial, a female warrior angel, who was then with Azeigial. He would have married her too, but at the time, angels were not allowed to marry as humans do. Things have changed though regarding angels and marriage.

    Lucifer was and is noted among the angels for being strong, strategically brilliant, and charismatic. He is a survivor. Even in hell, he contended with some powerful demons who would have taken his throne if they were able.

    His plan of rebellion was not so much about a violent overthrow of God, who is quite powerful. Violence was used against angels who opposed him. He intended to get key angels behind him and promote a popular uprising that would pressure God to abdicate authority over them, since God is not exactly a tyrant as some suppose.



  • A woman who has grown to entrap the man shes in a relationship with- pulling a 180 from her previously perfect self and morphing into a demon, ultimately resulting in the detriment of the love he once felt for her.
    It becomes her nature to tie him down through her highly successful manipulative sensuality, stealing his time from the outside world. Progressively his freedom and freewill diminishes and his social life dwindles, eventually becoming virtually non-existent. His world begins to revolve around only her completely and he becomes withdrawn at the realization that she is all he has left.
    This is how she uses her greatest power; in masquerading as an angel and offering him the love he can no longer find from any other source.
    Her most common and reliable tactic for coaxing him out of his shell is whispering I love you and devoting 100% of her attention to him, making it impossible for him to resist her temptation and what she has to offer. Her temptation is so great that his response is practically automated, much like a robot or machine she operates at will or a drug she supplies to someone addicted to it.
    Its only once her angel facade disappears once again that his mental clarity returns and he realizes hes been had, and that it was all instigated by her convincing word of choice.
    Its then, time after time, that he realizes her whisper is simply the Lucifer.



  • He is the personification of evil


 

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