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  1. Nina May 15, 2010 • 9:22 am 1) Lucifer is a Latin name, which means it originated in Rome. How could it have a literal meaning of “to bear light” in Hebrew texts. Two different languages, not much in common between them.

    1. Lucifer was never an angel of god in the bible it wasnt until fairly recent christian myths most of which were influenced by FICTIONAL works such as Dante’s Inferno and Miltons Paradise Lost

    2. Lucifer means Light Bearer and was the name of a Roman deity who represented the morning star used to replace the name of the Cannanite deity of the morning star in the Latin translation. The name Satan was originally a title for any beings who were obstacles/accusers or testers in the bible and then it became the proper name of an individual who worked for god , he didnt rule hell or anything like that , Hell isnt even in the bible its also a product of church father BS and modern fictional stories.

    3. Satan is not in opposition to God except in revelation where he will over step his boundries and be defeated by michael and since revelation is a prophecy of the future those events have not taken place so right now Satan is still in control of the world under the employment of God

    4. Lucifer/Satan do not have physical forms and even in the modern myths surrounding the character , him and all other divine beings including angels and demons are incorpeal beings and are often described as only being able to commit 2 of the 7 sins , Pride and Envy because the rest of the sins are tied to physical desires.

    5. oh and most those names like Samael , Eremiel and so on are fairly recent and are not in the bible most of them were made up in fictional works so stop placing significance into them.

    do you have something like a list of the books/resources to learn about all the witchcraft's traditions, symbols and connotations?

    “Angel of death, take the emptiness from my heart… placed there by the world.” (On the lack of love in the world)

    Hi there! I've seen you mentioning the Angels of the Apocalypse a few times on your blog. I've tried conducting some research of my own but I couldn't find a lot of information, sadly. Could you tell us more about them?

    After the breaking of the Seventh Seal, the will be the sound of seven trumpets which is a cue for the Angels of the Apocalypse to unleash their wrath (source: Revelation ):

    Sigil of Samael, Archangel of Mars, prince of the fifth heaven, lord of war and pestilence, angel of death and destruction.

    Life is crazy but there is help, guidance and truth in the heavens. Prayer and meditation is like a call to Home for help. It sets the intention and opens doors to salvation. God always answers every prayer that I send. In love and sincerity he will answer yours too.

    Samael ( Hebrew : סַמָּאֵל ‬, "Venom of God" [1] or "Poison of God", or "Blindness of God" Samael or Samil ) [2] [3] [4] is an important archangel in Talmudic and post-Talmudic lore, a figure who is an accuser, seducer , and destroyer, and has been regarded as both good and evil. Rabbinical writings describe Samael as the guardian angel of Esau (and the Roman empire) [5] and a patron of Edom .

    He is considered in Talmudic texts to be a member of the heavenly host (with often grim and destructive duties). One of Samael's greatest roles in Jewish lore is that of the main archangel of death . He remains one of God's servants even though he condones the sins of man. As an angel , Samael resides in the seventh heaven , although he is declared to be the chief angel of the fifth heaven , the reason for this being the presence of the throne of glory in the seventh heaven. [6]

    In Judaism , Samael is said to be the angel of death, and sometimes the name of Satan is accorded to him. While Satan describes his function as an accuser, Samael is considered to be his proper name. While Michael defends Israel's actions, Samael tempts people to sin. [7] He is also depicted as the angel of death and one of the seven archangels, the ruler over the Fifth Heaven and commander of two million angels such as the chief of other Satans . Yalkut Shimoni (I, 110) presents Samael as Esau's guardian angel . [2]

    In The Holy Kabbalah (Arthur Edward Waite, 255), Samael is described as the "severity of God", and is listed as fifth of the archangels of the world of Briah . Samael then became the consort of Adam's first wife, Lilith. Lilith is a demon created alongside Adam, originally created for the role Eve would fill. Samael created with her a host of demon children, including a son, the "Sword of Samael" [9] (or Asmodai ). [10]

    Samael is sometimes confused in some books with Camael , an archangel of God, whose name is similar to words meaning "like God" (but Camael with a waw missing).

    In several interpretations of the Ascension of Isaiah , Samael is often identified as Malkira ( Heb. : מלך רע melek ra - lit. "king of evil", "king of the wicked"; or מלאך רע malach ra - "messenger of evil", "angel of iniquity") or Belkira (prob. בעל קיר baal qir - "lord of the wall") or Bechira (בחיר רע bachir ra , - "the elect of evil", "chosen by evil"), which are all epithets of the false prophet sent by Belial to accuse Isaiah of treason. Notably, the passage also identifies him as Satan. [6]

    Samael did not participate in the War in Heaven , claiming that he was "too busy" to bother taking sides on a "trivial" matter.

    Intrigued at discovering if Corruption could be completely negated, Samael began working on Souls donated to him from Yggdrasil and Fallen Angels whom had been imprisoned during the War In Heaven. He began to experiment on them, deconstructing and reconstructing their souls multiple times, resetting them if they showed even the slightest spark of emotion or memory, similar to what he had done to Pythias.

    Samael looks like a adult man with pale skin and short, scruffy white hair who is wearing a checkered sweater with muted colours, dark beige braces and brown trousers.

    He seems to have a habit of always keeping his eyes closed and is constantly wearing a smile on his face. When asked about why he has his eyes closed, Samael answered; "Because I don't need eyes to see."

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    1. Nina May 15, 2010 • 9:22 am 1) Lucifer is a Latin name, which means it originated in Rome. How could it have a literal meaning of “to bear light” in Hebrew texts. Two different languages, not much in common between them.

      1. Lucifer was never an angel of god in the bible it wasnt until fairly recent christian myths most of which were influenced by FICTIONAL works such as Dante’s Inferno and Miltons Paradise Lost

      2. Lucifer means Light Bearer and was the name of a Roman deity who represented the morning star used to replace the name of the Cannanite deity of the morning star in the Latin translation. The name Satan was originally a title for any beings who were obstacles/accusers or testers in the bible and then it became the proper name of an individual who worked for god , he didnt rule hell or anything like that , Hell isnt even in the bible its also a product of church father BS and modern fictional stories.

      3. Satan is not in opposition to God except in revelation where he will over step his boundries and be defeated by michael and since revelation is a prophecy of the future those events have not taken place so right now Satan is still in control of the world under the employment of God

      4. Lucifer/Satan do not have physical forms and even in the modern myths surrounding the character , him and all other divine beings including angels and demons are incorpeal beings and are often described as only being able to commit 2 of the 7 sins , Pride and Envy because the rest of the sins are tied to physical desires.

      5. oh and most those names like Samael , Eremiel and so on are fairly recent and are not in the bible most of them were made up in fictional works so stop placing significance into them.

      121 Comments

      1. Nina May 15, 2010 • 9:22 am 1) Lucifer is a Latin name, which means it originated in Rome. How could it have a literal meaning of “to bear light” in Hebrew texts. Two different languages, not much in common between them.

        1. Lucifer was never an angel of god in the bible it wasnt until fairly recent christian myths most of which were influenced by FICTIONAL works such as Dante’s Inferno and Miltons Paradise Lost

        2. Lucifer means Light Bearer and was the name of a Roman deity who represented the morning star used to replace the name of the Cannanite deity of the morning star in the Latin translation. The name Satan was originally a title for any beings who were obstacles/accusers or testers in the bible and then it became the proper name of an individual who worked for god , he didnt rule hell or anything like that , Hell isnt even in the bible its also a product of church father BS and modern fictional stories.

        3. Satan is not in opposition to God except in revelation where he will over step his boundries and be defeated by michael and since revelation is a prophecy of the future those events have not taken place so right now Satan is still in control of the world under the employment of God

        4. Lucifer/Satan do not have physical forms and even in the modern myths surrounding the character , him and all other divine beings including angels and demons are incorpeal beings and are often described as only being able to commit 2 of the 7 sins , Pride and Envy because the rest of the sins are tied to physical desires.

        5. oh and most those names like Samael , Eremiel and so on are fairly recent and are not in the bible most of them were made up in fictional works so stop placing significance into them.

        do you have something like a list of the books/resources to learn about all the witchcraft's traditions, symbols and connotations?

        “Angel of death, take the emptiness from my heart… placed there by the world.” (On the lack of love in the world)

        Hi there! I've seen you mentioning the Angels of the Apocalypse a few times on your blog. I've tried conducting some research of my own but I couldn't find a lot of information, sadly. Could you tell us more about them?

        After the breaking of the Seventh Seal, the will be the sound of seven trumpets which is a cue for the Angels of the Apocalypse to unleash their wrath (source: Revelation ):

        Sigil of Samael, Archangel of Mars, prince of the fifth heaven, lord of war and pestilence, angel of death and destruction.

        Life is crazy but there is help, guidance and truth in the heavens. Prayer and meditation is like a call to Home for help. It sets the intention and opens doors to salvation. God always answers every prayer that I send. In love and sincerity he will answer yours too.

        121 Comments

        1. Nina May 15, 2010 • 9:22 am 1) Lucifer is a Latin name, which means it originated in Rome. How could it have a literal meaning of “to bear light” in Hebrew texts. Two different languages, not much in common between them.

          1. Lucifer was never an angel of god in the bible it wasnt until fairly recent christian myths most of which were influenced by FICTIONAL works such as Dante’s Inferno and Miltons Paradise Lost

          2. Lucifer means Light Bearer and was the name of a Roman deity who represented the morning star used to replace the name of the Cannanite deity of the morning star in the Latin translation. The name Satan was originally a title for any beings who were obstacles/accusers or testers in the bible and then it became the proper name of an individual who worked for god , he didnt rule hell or anything like that , Hell isnt even in the bible its also a product of church father BS and modern fictional stories.

          3. Satan is not in opposition to God except in revelation where he will over step his boundries and be defeated by michael and since revelation is a prophecy of the future those events have not taken place so right now Satan is still in control of the world under the employment of God

          4. Lucifer/Satan do not have physical forms and even in the modern myths surrounding the character , him and all other divine beings including angels and demons are incorpeal beings and are often described as only being able to commit 2 of the 7 sins , Pride and Envy because the rest of the sins are tied to physical desires.

          5. oh and most those names like Samael , Eremiel and so on are fairly recent and are not in the bible most of them were made up in fictional works so stop placing significance into them.

          do you have something like a list of the books/resources to learn about all the witchcraft's traditions, symbols and connotations?

          “Angel of death, take the emptiness from my heart… placed there by the world.” (On the lack of love in the world)

          Hi there! I've seen you mentioning the Angels of the Apocalypse a few times on your blog. I've tried conducting some research of my own but I couldn't find a lot of information, sadly. Could you tell us more about them?

          After the breaking of the Seventh Seal, the will be the sound of seven trumpets which is a cue for the Angels of the Apocalypse to unleash their wrath (source: Revelation ):

          Sigil of Samael, Archangel of Mars, prince of the fifth heaven, lord of war and pestilence, angel of death and destruction.

          Life is crazy but there is help, guidance and truth in the heavens. Prayer and meditation is like a call to Home for help. It sets the intention and opens doors to salvation. God always answers every prayer that I send. In love and sincerity he will answer yours too.

          Samael ( Hebrew : סַמָּאֵל ‬, "Venom of God" [1] or "Poison of God", or "Blindness of God" Samael or Samil ) [2] [3] [4] is an important archangel in Talmudic and post-Talmudic lore, a figure who is an accuser, seducer , and destroyer, and has been regarded as both good and evil. Rabbinical writings describe Samael as the guardian angel of Esau (and the Roman empire) [5] and a patron of Edom .

          He is considered in Talmudic texts to be a member of the heavenly host (with often grim and destructive duties). One of Samael's greatest roles in Jewish lore is that of the main archangel of death . He remains one of God's servants even though he condones the sins of man. As an angel , Samael resides in the seventh heaven , although he is declared to be the chief angel of the fifth heaven , the reason for this being the presence of the throne of glory in the seventh heaven. [6]

          In Judaism , Samael is said to be the angel of death, and sometimes the name of Satan is accorded to him. While Satan describes his function as an accuser, Samael is considered to be his proper name. While Michael defends Israel's actions, Samael tempts people to sin. [7] He is also depicted as the angel of death and one of the seven archangels, the ruler over the Fifth Heaven and commander of two million angels such as the chief of other Satans . Yalkut Shimoni (I, 110) presents Samael as Esau's guardian angel . [2]

          In The Holy Kabbalah (Arthur Edward Waite, 255), Samael is described as the "severity of God", and is listed as fifth of the archangels of the world of Briah . Samael then became the consort of Adam's first wife, Lilith. Lilith is a demon created alongside Adam, originally created for the role Eve would fill. Samael created with her a host of demon children, including a son, the "Sword of Samael" [9] (or Asmodai ). [10]

          Samael is sometimes confused in some books with Camael , an archangel of God, whose name is similar to words meaning "like God" (but Camael with a waw missing).

          In several interpretations of the Ascension of Isaiah , Samael is often identified as Malkira ( Heb. : מלך רע melek ra - lit. "king of evil", "king of the wicked"; or מלאך רע malach ra - "messenger of evil", "angel of iniquity") or Belkira (prob. בעל קיר baal qir - "lord of the wall") or Bechira (בחיר רע bachir ra , - "the elect of evil", "chosen by evil"), which are all epithets of the false prophet sent by Belial to accuse Isaiah of treason. Notably, the passage also identifies him as Satan. [6]



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