posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 11:04 PM
I think devil was assigned to people who were tricksters. A word identifying someone who would cause chaos. Like devilish kids on the night before
Halloween. Satan was people that deceived others, relieving them of their wealth and belongings by many sort of means. Both names were
interchangeable because both were chaotic people. This is what I get the impression of anyway. The original words were probably not satan or devil,
that is probably a translation. Demons were evil spirits that dwelled in people, taking over their body. Something like a mental disease or
addiction. I feel real Demons may exist but don't know what they mean. Then there is Lucifer. He m,ay have been some sort of deceiver also, I
studied these three and they had similarities.
I think this was used to identify types of people who liked destroying or deceiving people out of their belongings. I'm not too sure that these were
ever meant to represent a paranormal being originally.