The planet Venus, when appearing as the morning star; -- applied in Isaiah by a metaphor to a king of Babylon.
"Angel of Light." The Angel in heaven who rebelled against God. An Angel of the highest order (Seraphim). Reigns now as the chief of fallen Angels and became the Angel of darkness, Satan.
Roman God of the morning star.
(Judeo-Christian and Islamic religions) chief spirit of evil and adversary of God; tempter of mankind; master of Hell
Name taken from the Latin "luci" (light) and "fere" (to bear), originally a Roman lesser deity, "Son of the Morning," formerly the name for the planet Venus when observed at dawn, in Christian theology identified with the Devil: arch regent of fallen angels. Lucifer is sometimes called upon in pagan ceremonies and rituals. See also: Satan
Name means the "lightbearer." Lucifer is the leader of the Angels banished from Heaven by God after they revolted against Him. Satan
Satan, especially as the leader of the revolt of the angels before his fall from heaven
Italian: Soulmate and Brother of Diana. Father of Aradia. God of the Sun and Light.
Lucifer is a creation of man and was designed to put the blame on someone else for what man had created. Lucifer never was, for the God Force does not recognize negativity or sin.
The name of one of the Lord's three archangels, who rebelled and was cast out of Heaven to the earth, where he dwells as Satan or the Devil. "How you are fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! How you are cut down to the ground, you who weakened the nations!" (Isa. 14:12).
Satan, leader of the rebellious angels.
The Biblical archangel, assigned by God to care for Adam and Eve, who seduced Eve and became Satan. He is also known as the serpent, and is called the Servant in this text.
a Latin word meaning light-bearer. In the Christian tradition, Lucifer was second in command to God himself, the highest archangel in heaven. But pride and greed motivated him to rebel against God and he was cast out of heaven, along with a third of the host of heaven. He is often referred to as the Devil or Satan, and his fellow angelic rebels are known as demons. [ Bequest: To Lucifer] back To the initials of the items
Angel of light. Sometimes considered a synonym for Satan.
In modern and late Medieval Christian thought, Lucifer is usually a fallen angel commonly associated with Satan, the embodiment of evil and enemy of God. Lucifer is generally considered, based on the influence of Christian literature and legend, to have been a prominent archangel in heaven (although some contexts say he was a cherub or a seraph), prior to having been motivated by pride to rebel against God. When the angel failed, Lucifer was cast out of heaven, along with a third of the heavenly host, and came to reside in the world.