Lucifer Quotes (101 quotes)
Satan, Samael, Lucifer
Prince of the demons, and an important figure both in Talmudic and in post-Talmudic literature, where he appears as accuser, seducer, and destroyer. It is possible, however, that the name is derived from that of the Syrian god Shemal Bousset, "Religion," p. Samael is the "chief of Satans" Deut. As the incarnation of evil he is the celestial patron of the sinful empire of Rome, with which Edom and Esau are identified Tan. He flies through the air like a bird Targ. In so far as he is identified with the serpent "J.
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This article is a stub and is in need of expansion. You can help Villains Wiki by expanding it. Depending on tradition, Samael can be a fallen angel or he can be seen as an angel who is still loyal to divine law but enforces the darker side of faith in either form he can be considered an alter-ego of Satan or a unique entity in his own right.
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There are also other religions that believe in stories of Samael. Samael is often thought to be both good and evil. It is said that he was the guardian angel of Esau and a patron of the sinful empire of Rome. Samael is often accorded with Satan because he often has grim and destructive duties. He is often considered a fallen angel , like Satan and the chief of the evil spirits.