posted on Apr, 29 2017 @ 03:55 AM
a reply to: DeathSlayer
Do you mean the Serpent?
Because a. There is no Lucifer in modern Bibles because it was a misinterpreted and mistranslated passage in Latin that created the false notion that
Helel ben Shachar is anyone other than the King of Babylon in Isaiah 14:12.
That's the only time it was used. The correct translation is "Shining one, son of Venus." Or "Shining one, son of the morning star."
Shachar=Venus aka morning star.
Shachar was a goddess in ancient Cannanite mythology, a planet in Hebrew.
And b. Satan may be interpreted as the Serpent but it was not written that way. As you can tell Satan shows up later and is not a slithering snake but
a spirit called the Adversary who can enter Heaven at will. Job 1
The only account of Eve having sex with Samael aka one of 2 serpents, it claims there were two, is in the Zohar and maybe the Talmud. Lilith is also a
serpent and the one who tricked Eve, and Adam's first wife according to Alphabet of ben Sira and the Zohar.
The answer to your question depends on if you believe in the Zohar.
edit on 29-4-2017 by Disturbinatti because: (no reason
edit on 29-4-2017 by Disturbinatti because: (no reason given)