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Related to Satan: Satanist, illuminati, Satana
Ethnomedicine A ‘spirit’ or ‘devil’ that may afflict Ethiopians, which is said to speak through its host’s mouth and cause him/her to behave unusually
Vox populi Beelzebub, The Devil, Lucifer The embodiment of evil that traditionally refers to a 'fallen' angel in the Judeo-Christian construct, or a Jinn in the Islamic construct
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But not all Anglo-Saxon readers would have to look for "negative values" to feel sympathy for Satan in Christ and Satan.
But Satan (or Alameddine, or both) doesn't hesitate to drag in any number of marginal characters.
Here lies the real similarity between Aeneas at the onset of the Aeneid and Satan in Book 1 of Paradise lost: both are exiles from their respective homelands and both are princes of a defeated party.
Indeed, those who fear Allah - when an impulse touches them from Satan, they remember [Him] and at once they have insight.
Following the controversy, Downey and Burnett decided that removing Satan and focusing on Jesus would be the best option for the movie.
In 1971 Gerald Mayo filed a civil rights action in the US District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania claiming: "Satan has on numerous occasions caused the plaintiff misery and unwarranted threats, against the will of plaintiff, that Satan has placed deliberate obstacles in his path and has caused plaintiff's downfall".
7 In 1589 a German bishop claimed there were actually seven 'princes' of hell: Lucifer, Mammon, Asmodeus, Leviathan, Beelzebub, Satan and Belphegor
In this article, I examine six films that do not feature Satan but do have characters who exhibit traits associated with Satan in traditional mythology.
As elsewhere in the poem, Satan speaks in this passage primarily in questions, and in a nice turn of phrase (just one of many), St.
A commonly held view among early Muslim exegetes, lexicographers, jurists, and others is that the term al-shagan al-rajim means "the stoned Satan," referring to the fact that Satan is physically pelted with stones, both on earth and in the astral sphere.
A number of critics have commented on the fitting punishment Milton depicts Satan and his followers undergoing in Book 10.
Boarding my train, I wondered if somewhere the real Son of Satan was standing next to a boiling cauldron of toil and trouble and laughing.