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  • Satanael — (Satanail)    FALLEN ANGEL. Satanael is a name for SATAN or the DEVIL.    Satanael in Bogomilism    In Bogomilism, a Gnostic dualistic sect that flourished in Europe in the 10th through 15th centuries, Satanael is the older of two sons of God;… …   Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology

  • Bogomilism — ( bg. Богомилство) is the Gnostic dualistic sect, the synthesis of Armenian Paulicianism and the Bulgarian Slavonic Church reform movement, which emerged in Bulgaria between 927 and 970 and spread into Byzantine Empire, Kievan Rus , Serbia,… …   Wikipedia

  • Demonología — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Pesadilla (1800) por Abildgaard. La pesadilla (1781) por Johann Heinrich Füssli. Demonología es la rama de la teología y de la mitología que se encarga del estudio de los …   Wikipedia Español

  • fallen angels —    Angels who fall from God’s grace and are punished by banishment from heaven, becoming DEMONs.    The three versions of the book of Enoch associate fallen angels with the WATCHERS, 200 angels who descend from heaven to cohabitate with women and …   Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology

  • Devil — This is an overview of the Devil. For more specific versions, see Devil in Christianity and Devil in Islam. For other uses, see Devil (disambiguation) …   Wikipedia

  • Satan — This article is about the concept of Satan. For the concept of devil , see Devil. For other uses, see Satan (disambiguation). Gustave Doré, Depiction of Satan, the antagonist of John Milton s Paradise Lost c.1866. Satan (Hebrew: הַשָׂטָן ha… …   Wikipedia

  • Vladislav the Grammarian — ( bg. Владислав Граматик) (also V. Grammatik, V. Gramatik, V. Grammaticus) fifteenth century Bulgarian monk, writer, historian and theologian. His collections of manuscrips constitute a compendium of translations and original Bulgarian texts… …   Wikipedia

  • Lucifer —    FALLEN ANGEL sometimes equated with SATAN. In Latin, Lucifer means “light bringer,” and he originally was associated with Venus, the morning star. Lucifer’s identity as a prideful angel cast out of heaven with his followers who became DEMONs… …   Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology

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