12 Facts About Lucifer


Lucifer is one of various figures in folklore associated with the planet Venus.

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In Roman folklore, Lucifer was the name of the planet Venus, though it was often personified as a male figure bearing a torch.

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Lucifer was said to be "the fabled son of Aurora and Cephalus, and father of Ceyx".

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Lucifer was often presented in poetry as heralding the dawn.

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However, the translation of as "Lucifer" has been abandoned in modern English translations of Isaiah 14:12.

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Some Christian writers have applied the name "Lucifer" as used in the Book of Isaiah, and the motif of a heavenly being cast down to the earth, to the devil.

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Lucifer argues that evil came first into existence by the free will of Lucifer.

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Lucifer concluded that everyone who falls away from God are within the body of Lucifer, and is a devil.

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Lucifer is regarded within the Latter Day Saint movement as the pre-mortal name of the devil.

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Mormon theology teaches that in a heavenly council, Lucifer rebelled against the plan of God the Father and was cast out.

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Lucifer represents an intellectual, imaginative, delusional, otherworldly force which might be associated with visions, subjectivity, psychosis and fantasy.

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In what is known as the Taxil hoax, he alleged that leading Freemason Albert Pike had addressed "The 23 Supreme Confederated Councils of the world", instructing them that Lucifer was God, and was in opposition to the evil god Adonai.

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