Definitions for "Abraxas"
Keywords:  charm, abrasax, gnostic, engraved, gem
A mystical word used as a charm and engraved on gems among the ancients; also, a gem stone thus engraved.
The letters of this word add up to 365. In Tertullian's outline of the beliefs of Basilides, the term seems to refer to the unknown Father, the Prime Source. In Hyppolitus, what is described seems to be the Demiurge. In the surviving Gnostic texts, Abrasax is one of a number of "light bringers".
a word often engraved on a gem used as a charm, from Jewish legends, commonly the image used is a man with a fowls (birds) head and the arms and legs are serpents he is carrying a shield and a whip
Keywords:  vek, janda, santana, guitarist, carlos
Abraxas is the second album by Carlos Santana's psychedelic rock band Santana, released in September of 1970. The album's mix of salsa, blues, rock and roll, jazz and other influences have made it a classic psychedelic record.
Abraxas is Czech rock band, formed in 1976. The leader is guitarist and composer Slávek Janda.
Abraxas, also known as Abraxas5, discovered in April of 1993, is an encrypted, overwriting, file infecting computer virus which infects .COM and .EXE files, although it does not infect It does not become memory resident. Each time an infected file is executed, Abraxas infects the copy of located in the C:\DOS directory (creating the file if it doesn't exist), as well as one EXE file in the current directory.
Abraxas, sometimes called the Dark Man, is a fictional cosmic entity in the Marvel Universe.