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Luciferianism is a belief framework that worships the basic qualities that are joined to Lucifer. The custom, affected by Gnosticism, for the most part respects Lucifer not as the fiend, however as a liberator, a watchman or controlling soul or even the genuine god instead of Jehovah.

Lucifer as an artistic and strict character

Lucifer in the Lord James Variant rendering of the Jewish word הֵילֵל in Isaiah 14:12. This word, transliterated hêlêlor heylel, happens once in the Hebrew Bible and according to the KJV-based Solid’s Concordance signifies “sparkling one, light-bearer”.The Septuagint renders הֵילֵל in Greek as ἑωσφόρος (heōsphoros), a name, actually “carrier of sunrise ( bringer of Dawn)”, for the morning star. The word Lucifer is taken from the Latin Vulgate which interprets הֵילֵל as lucifer, signifying “the morning star, the planet Venus”, or, as a descriptor, “light-bringing”.

Later Christian convention came to utilize the Latin word for “morning star”, lucifer, as a legitimate name (“Lucifer”) for the Fallen angel; as he was before his fall. Subsequently, “‘Lucifer’ has become a by-word for Satan or the Villain in the congregation and in mainstream writing”, as in Dante Alighieri’s Inferno Joost van nook Vondel’s Lucifer and John Milton’s Heaven Lost. In any case, the Latin word never came to be utilized only, as in English, along these lines, and was applied to others additionally, including Jesus. The picture of a morning star tumbled from the sky is for the most part believed among researchers to have an equal in Canaanite folklore.

Be that as it may, according to both Christian and Jewish analysis, in Section 14 of the Book of Isaiah, the Lord of Babylon (Nebuchadnezzar II), conqueror of Jerusalem, is censured in a prophetic vision by the prophet Isaiah and is known as the “Morning Star” (planet Venus). In this section the Jewish content says הֵילֵל בֶּן-שָׁחַר (Helel ben Shachar, “sparkling (shining) one, child of dawn”).Helel ben Shahar may allude to the Morning Star, however the content in Isaiah 14 gives no sign that Helel was a star or planet.

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