posted on Apr, 3 2009 @ 05:20 PM
Sorry to resurrect this, but I would like to point out one simple thing, and I don't mind the mods ignoring or deleting my comment, but my 'honor'
is at stake for a simple bit of apathy on the part of the reader.
I said: I have a budding interest in demonology and had never heard the name Seth used in a "demonic" sense outside the Biblical Seth or the
Egyptian god Seth
Firefly said: sooooo, you have an interest in demonolgy, and you say you have never read anything, or heard anything about a demon named seth. so what
does that mean exactly? ...........................
Exactly what you said, it means NOTHING, it is MY postuation, the simple fact is I prefaced it with "I", not "I know" not "I've heard" or
anything of the sort, you can have your own judgement on it sure, but I'm not giving you evidence other than FIRST PARTY, where I've read it does
not exist, I was merely stating that the books I've read in my time, it was never covered, doesn't mean, and I didn't say it cannot be, but that
depends how YOU DEFINE daemons in your religion or ethical upbringing. Author wanted to know OUR opinon, I gave mine, on the subject, you gave yours
on what I'd written, not what he asked.
Daemons are the hosts that have fallen IMO, so there are a FINITE number of them. Some people also count those who Ha'Satan has given power to on
this earth and that serve him in Sheol as daemons, so their names would be new, but thats not what the biblical accounts state. Early accounts of
daemons are generally from those who were considered a bit 'rebellious' in the Church, and they were sanctioned by it to have at (aside from why I
think the church also collected a lot of old books).
THOSE are my reasons for wondering where this name comes from, since in my view, Solomon already has the names of the daemons written down, albeit the
keys could be incorrect, or fiction, but thats your decision. So, next time, please read my whole wording, and not just what you think is my meaning
(i.e. that I know more than you, that is not the case and I never said it was).