posted on Jul, 29 2014 @ 08:34 PM
a reply to: LABTECH767
Just as the Sun casts it's ray's from heaven down to earth or as a thunderstorm casts it lightning bolts to earth from heaven.
Are you saying because the word 'lightning' is involved that this shows they are referring to a light bearer ???
bit of a stretch wouldn't you say ?
Go ask a Jew what Lucifer refers to, From there point of view it is a description of a Babylonian king! and lets face it this is there religion we are
talking about. I find it impossible to understand why people cannot accept this.
Not only this but the word itself comes from Latin not Hebrew or Yiddish
It is also used in reference to Venus and roughly translates as 'Light Bearer' 'Morning star' etc...
In technical terms this is correct for Venus as this planet proceeds the sun in the morning and follows in the evening. Venus is both the Bright
morning star and the evening star.
(Please correct me if i have taken this the wrong way)
edit on 29-7-2014 by JokerThe1st because: added info
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edit on 29-7-2014 by JokerThe1st because: spelling mistake