Angels, Demons, & the Satan
ideals of good versus those of secular evil of their adversaries.
The term is derived from many languages: in Latin, "angelus", derived from Koine Greek, "angelos" which means "messenger". In Hebrew the word "Malakh" derived from "Melakha" means "angel" and "malaika" which has Semitic roots meaning "to send".
AKA: Ministers, Host, Chariots, Watchers, Sons of the Mighty, Sons of G-d, Holy Ones, Stars
More Demon Names
RANKING: The Angel of the Lord (Yeshua before His incarnation), Prince, Archangel, Seraphs (known as "the burning ones" six wings), Cherubim (have four faces; man, ox, lion, eagle, and four wings), Host: Warrior Angels, Guardians, Rescuers, Messengers.
APPEARANCE: Bright white or gold, glowing eyes of lightning, wings (fyi: not all angels have wings), they announce they are "of" or "from" G-d, angels are spirits (have no gender) and rarely take human form. If they do it is always male (the Bible never speaks of female angels), this could be for several reasons, but mainly because there are none.
POPULATION: 100 MILLION + (Revelation 5:11)
ABILITIES: Flight, eating, travel through dimensions, invisibility, freewill, do not live by the laws of time.
LIMITS: Cannot receive salvation and do not marry.
MISCONCEPTIONS: Angels cannot receive salvation, are not female -- in fact they have no gender, they are not babies either, they do not have halo's and angel do not get wings every time a bell rings, nor do humans become angels.
Note: Check out Exodus scripture at the bottom.
Comes from the Greek known as dæmon (daemon) or daimon known as evil spirits. In Hebrew "demon(s)" are know as "satan(s)" and in Aramaic "satana(s)" meaning "to overcome". The term that originates from the Abrahamic faiths, applied to the fallen angels, also know as "jinn" in the Islamic belief. Demons are the evil spirits of Nephilim; more notably the sons and daughters of the fallen angels - Genesis 6:4 & Numbers 13:33.
AKA: erroneously titled fallen angels, satans, devils, demigods, unclean spirits, unrighteous spirits.
RANKING: Strongman, princes, territorial demons, poltergeist (noisy ghost), blocking spirits, demons (lords of individual sins; bitterness, fornication, lying, stealing, murder, hate, lust, witchcraft, sorcery, etc.)
APPEARANCE: Unknown, but more than likely as disgusting as the sin it masters. It should be known that demons take on an appearance of comfort, such as a dead loved one. Beware of what they say because they tell lies in order to control victim(s), no matter what they have to say. Demons can tell the truth, but rarely do. When they do tell the truth it is to cause doubt or hurt the victim, usually in an emotional way.
POPULATION: 50 million + (In the Pit or Tartarus where many demons already reside and when Yeshua returns ha-Satan and his demons will reside there forever. (For more on casting out or binding demons see the protection page.)
ABILITIES: Flight, eating, travel through dimensions, invisibility, freewill, do not live by the laws of time, reproduce with humans (incubus).
LIMITS: Cannot receive salvation, do not marry, and cannot read thoughts but have knowledge of the spoken word (If you say it they know it), but they cannot read your mind, especially with the coverage of The Armor of God.
MISCONCEPTIONS: Ghost are friendly and will not harm you. This in fact is inaccurate! Ghost are demons and often times take on an image of a loved one in order to harm or separate a person from God.
Note: Check out Exodus scripture at the bottom.
In Hebrew ha-Satan is "the accuser" or better known at the Adversary or Great Satan. However, ha-Satan, in the more concise translation of the Hebrew scriptures, is referred to as the "morning star". Ha-Satan has also been referred to as the "Day Star," or ruler of "Dawn". This is because Lucifer refers to the planet Venus which appears in the evening and morning; which is the brightest object beside the sun and moon.
Some have attributed Lucifer to the crescent moon. The Latin Vulgate inspired the word Lucifer which means "light-bearer". The name Lucifer was also given to a king of Babylon. However, Lucifer was more than likely never meant to be a name or title, but was probably contributed by church fathers, Tertullian and Origen. The names (Lucifer, Morning Star, Day Star) are also false pseudonym for Ha-Satan who wants to deceive those looking for the true Anointed One, Yeshua (Jesus).
Note: "Thou shalt not have strange gods before me. Thou shalt not make to thyself a graven thing, nor the likeness of any thing that is in Heaven above, or in the Earth beneath, nor of those things that are in the waters under the Earth. Thou shalt not adore them, nor serve them (Exodus 20:3-5). Therefore, we should not try to recreate angels, demons, or ha-Satan, nor should we have statues or idols fashioned like their descriptions.