>>10256277>from Hebrew שָׂטָן (Śāṭān, “adversary, accuser”)
that is supposed to disprove...what exactly?
ever noticed how hebrew is heavily influenced by egypt?>from Latin Lūcifer, from lūx (“light”) + ferō (“bear, carry”)
i thought the concept of the devil was exceptionally jewish and not graeco-roman, anon.
but now here it says lucifer is latin for "lightbringer"
i'm confus>figure mentioned in Isaiah 14:12
you little liar, you :D it actually references some king (of Edom?)
the word "lucifer" doesn't even appear in the bible>You can catch the Devil, but you can't hold him for long.
how is that related to anything in the quote?>The Satan and Lucifer is Jewish, while the Devil is European and beyond
ever thought about that it could simply be the hebrew word for the same concept as opposed to their semitic jehova-el?