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Satan is the Hebrew word for Adversary, it is not inherently Evil everyone has An Adversary!    However Christianity has gone a step further than your average moron claiming to adore Satan!  No the church has given a specific name to their Foe/Adversary (Satan).   The Enemy of Christianity is none other than Lucifer!

But after careful study we find that the word Lucifer is not a proper name either, but rather a Tittle.   Lucifer is Latin word meaning Light Or one who resides with the Light!    So there you have it folks Christianity/Catholicism is The Dark Church, ENEMY TO THE LIGHT.

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Comment by cymaglobe on October 22, 2011 at 4:47pm
The Set-hen title was formally used to refer to Seth the brother of Osiris.His story shows many similarities with the one of Cain (spear) & Abel (breath)

In the story of Seth he kills his brother and spreads his flesh over the land. But Isis the goddess of the land and wife of Osiris retrieved it and mended him. Besides one eye which was swallowed by a fish.

Now osiris is an interesting green alien since his story is similar to that of Jesus. He rose from the dead and performed miracles.

Seth is the "Satan" of the Hebrews. Seth is also the god of chaos and evil of the Egyptians. Lucifer however is simply Venus. (Eos / Hes perus)
Comment by Adam Kadmon on October 22, 2011 at 3:02am
Comment by Adam Kadmon on October 22, 2011 at 12:41am

Lucifer goes back to the Greeks, before the Romans. Socrates and Plato talk about this "God of Light", suprisingly, not in the text of Eos "God Of Dawn" but as a morning star, juxtaposed with the Sun (Helios) and Hermes. This info can be found in Plato's Timaeus 38e and in edith Hamilton Mythology.

                      Lucifer can be used for a new sun in the solar system which is correct the new sun is the morning star in the solar system of original light bearing substance - not some evil being of some religious mythology.

                            The origin of Judeo-Christian Devil as a fallen angel from heaven into the depths of hell is mirrored in the descent of Venus from shinning morning star to the darkness below.

                     The Jews never believed in such a creature and still dont to this day hence it was feared as an Christian devil.

                 Some state that Satan could be presented to Saturn, the ruler of this earth and worshipped in cult circles... And saturn and Lucifer are completely different.

Comment by Xc Lucifer on October 21, 2011 at 7:20pm
Comment by Xc Lucifer on October 21, 2011 at 7:11pm

Satan in the Hebrew

It is a little know fact  that the word "Satan" is an
untranslated word. It is not an English word. Instead, it comes from the Hebrew,
from which it has passed into Greek and thence into English. The word simply
means an adversary, as will be evident to the simplest reader from the
following instances of its use:

"The Lord stirred up an adversary (A SATAN) unto
Solomon, Hadad the Edomite" (1 Kings 11:14). "Lest in the battle, he (David) be
an adversary (A SATAN) to us" (1 Samuel 29:4). "There is neither
adversary (SATAN) nor evil occurrent" (1 Kings 5:4).

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