Abaddon is described as a personified star who falls to Earth from heaven and is given the key to open the bottomless pit. Abaddon opens the pit, releasing a swarm of locusts. Abaddon is also described in the same passage as "The Destroyer", the angel of the abyss, and as the king of a plague of locusts that torments for five months anyone who does not have the seal of God on their foreheads.

The Hebrew term Abaddon is an intensive form of the word “destruction,” which appears as a place of destruction in the Hebrew Bible. In a vision in the New Testament Revelation an angel called Abbadon is shown as king of an army of locusts.

" In the beginning " First words in Genesis in the Bible , God tells us, of the crucifixion of his son Jesus , through the Hebrew letters , pictographs ! In the beginning,” by looking at the pictographs that make up the Hebrew word “Barasheet,” most frequently translated, “In the beginning.” In the original Hebrew alphabet, each pictograph represented a letter of the alphabet, a number, and had a symbolic meaning. By looking at those pictographs, a richer, deeper understanding of the..

The very First word of the bible prophesied about God's salvation plan through Jesus' crucifixion revealed thru the ancient Hebrew pictograms.

Happy new year Hebrews!!! ABIB is the 21st of March or the spring Equinox where life begins anew from the dead and cold season which is winter. The month of March is the 1st month of the new year and always has been. January and February aren't real months, they were added by the Roman Empire to make the equivalent of a lunar year. Emperor Caesar established January 1st as the new year but that's not the case!

Happy new year Hebrews!!! ABIB is the 21st of March or the spring Equinox where life begins anew from the dead and cold season which is winter. The month of March is the 1st month of the new year and always has been. January and February aren't real months, they were added by the Roman Empire to make the equivalent of a lunar year. Emperor Caesar established January 1st as the new year but that's not the case!

Behemot y el Leviatan. Acuarela del Libro de Job de William Blake.

tanacetum-vulgare: “ Behemoth and Leviathan - William Blake from his Illustrations of the Book of Job.

Rahu: Cabeza del Demonio Serpiente, Ídolo de Konarak, Museo Británico.

Rahu is the celestial deity of darkness and eclipses. Rahu is associated with the demon Svarbhaanu which swallows the sun, resulting in eclipses. In art, he appears as a serpent with no body riding a chariot drawn by eight black horses.

We're in the middle of spooky season, a particularly American phenomenon where the supernatural meets the commercial. There's plenty of candy corn, jack-o'-lanterns, and people slapping together la...

The Devil’s 10 Best Appearances in Literature

Dante’s Inferno! But is this Dore? In the final circle of hell Satan is encased in ice from the waist down. Yes, Dante felt hell was ice instead of fire. Satan has three mouths, as this engraving.

Immagine correlata

A selection of woodcuts from a book entitled The History of Four-Footed Beasts and Serpents, published in

Demonio

Hells’s Next Top Model: Compendium rarissimum totius Artis Magicae sistematisatae per celeberrimos Artis hujus Magistros. Anno Noli me tangere. The whole (digital) book on Wellcome Library right.

The Devil riding Behemoth. Lambert of Saint-Omer, Liber floridus. 12th century.

Via demonagerie: “ Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel, Cod. (the Devil riding Behemoth). Lambert of Saint-Omer, Liber floridus.

Solomon poster

The Great Symbol of Solomon. By Eliphas Levi from his book Transcendental Magic; The Double Triangle of Solomon, represented by the two Ancients of the Kabalah; the Macroprosopus and the Microprosopus

Corps of Doom: Demonographia ~ Collin de Plancy II

Balan, great and terrible king of hell. Sometimes he has three heads: that of a bull, that of a man, that of a ram. Joint to all this i.

72 demons evoked by king solomon part ii33 photo

DECARABIA knows the virtue of all herbs & gemstones & can morph into birds to sing or fly. Appears as a pentagram star, then changes into a man at the conjurer’s request.

collins de plancy  Demons enciclopedy

Azazel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A depiction of Azazel in his familiar form of a goat-like demon, from Collin de Plancy's Dictionnaire Infernal

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