posted on Dec, 31 2008 @ 03:56 PM
Originally posted by lucidclouds
Okay let me try and explain this to you. When I say the Bible, i'm speaking of the OT and the NT.
In the Bible book of revelation, writen by the apostle peter, it says :
eeh... John. Not the Baptist, nor the Sebbedee, but the other guy. The one who miraculously evaded all the trials.
"7 And war broke out in heaven: Michael and his angels battled with the dragon, and the dragon and its angels battled 8 but it did not
prevail, neither was a place found for them any longer in heaven. 9 So down the great dragon was hurled, the original serpent, the one called Devil
and Satan, who is misleading the entire inhabited earth; he was hurled down to the earth, and his angels were hurled down with him."
So in my belief satan was the serpent in the garden of eden, who mislead eve and went on to mislead the earth. My answer to the OP.
In the beginning there was a mere serpent, a worm, an adder, and in the end it's grown in to a frekkin' dragon. Well my oh ,my, guess we'll have to
keep looking out for this or these beasts...
So a couple of questions for you.
The wiki entry on Lilit says that Lilit is only mentioned in the hebrew Bible once, in isaiah. is that true?
There is no mention of her in the hebrew Bible during the creation account. So where is this info of her? Is it folk lore?
What would I know, you would probably boil a ked in it's mother's milk anyway. My problam is that you don't read what I write, your problem is
understanding what I have already explained in detail. The Torah is but a fraction of the real Torah. It's a way of life, it has spawned sivilisation
for many nations. Of course. I'm here to tell you, every letter in the torah and the Tannakh is written and spoken about.
Also does the jewish religion teach that satan was cast out of heaven? If so where?
Thanks. Looking forward to the answers.
Satan was cast out of heaven way back, and has been later on several occations, he can ofcourse enter his own court, which is in heaven. You see once
in a while, Ha-Shatan actually created the first laws which involved ethical and moral aspects. The laws he made demanded blood if broken, and a
couple of fellows you might know, Cain and Abel followed these laws. And like you may have gotten hold of, God condoned and gave Cain a certain mark
on his forehead, the caste of the gods we see still being carried on in India. God made Cain a judge because he had shown good judgement and even
humbled God. For this gesture I suppose you would find Cain guilty of something?
Looking forward to reading your replies.