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The Aspect of Belial

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My friends call me red,
I find this web sight to be most helpful, true to a tee. the person who put this web sight together is in fact most dedicated to the master

THE DEVIL IS STUPID GOD IS THE BOMB!!!

the description of beli'al is correct except the meaning of the name.from my studies i believe the name is 2 parts . beli is babylonian for prince or my prince and al (el)is semetic for first or mighty .so the name means the 1st prince or my mighty prince.if this is correct u should always place beli'al before the other princes.los

Concerning the name Belial

(Anonymous)

2003-07-23 03:42 pm (UTC)

Hi!

Belial is derived from the hebrew word BLIOH (Beth Lamed Jod Ojin Hei) - swallowing, absorption (source: the new bantam-megiddo hebrew-english dictionary), thus it means swallower. It has no connection to worthlessness.

Bye!
S.A.D

Re: Concerning the name Belial

vexen

2003-07-23 08:18 pm (UTC)

Er... says who?

Re: Concerning the name Belial

(Anonymous)

2005-08-07 12:07 am (UTC)

I have always seen Beliel translated to worthlessness, but it is not a entirely accurate translation.

You guys don't know jack...or belial

(Anonymous)

2003-10-22 02:29 pm (UTC)

You guys are idiots, quite simply. Belial isn't just some second to lucifer. If you were to look into him more deeply you will discover, that many people can never state a moment that he appeared from, just that he was always there.
He wasn't created second to lucifer, he was the one who tempted Lucifer to fall. He is as Mastema, not of the same origins as your pathetic Satan or Lucifer. He is most likely more related to god in the since that he is his greatest opposition. One that the divine lord did not create.
He is the true devil, that christains fear. Satan is the prince of hell, and Lucifer remains an outcast. How do I know this stuff? Lots of research, lots of pain, and lots of contact. And fuck if I have ever heard anything about Leviathan that motivated me to do anything more then snicker. You want your hiearchy? You got it.

Re: You guys don't know jack...or belial

(Anonymous)

2005-12-30 04:26 am (UTC)

WRONG: Christians do NOT Fear any of your BULLSHIT! If you were educated on this subject.. you would know he "Belial" is on the losing side. In the end of the seventh battle God steps in & kicks this bitches ass. because that's what he is Satan's bitch.

Re: You guys don't know jack...or belial

(Anonymous)

2009-12-18 04:44 am (UTC)

You need Jesus, don't waste your time trying to explain who this clown is.

Wrong...

(Anonymous)

2004-04-21 03:42 pm (UTC)

Belial is Crown Prince of Northen Hell, he represents stability and rules earth, the element not planet. Also his sin was vanity and so he also represents that. He is a Vitue that part's right and FELL with Lucifer not created with him. Belial was beaten by Saint Raphael not Michael, Micheal defeated Lucifer! Also, he is not the same thing as Lucifer, Satan, or Leviathan; he's his own person and was was banished because of his vanity and stuborness (stability is just stuborness)

Origins of Belial

(Anonymous)

2005-02-11 12:33 am (UTC)

There are other possiblities in the name Belial, which is also rendered Beliel (a last name in use today).

It could be a Hebrew demonization of the Sumero-Babylonian god Bel-Enlil as the Hebrews had a habit of making other people's deities into their own devils regardless of how benign the deity may have been viewed by his/her own followers.

It could also be a three language composite word. Bel is Babylonian for "lord", "i" has been used in Sumerian to denote "lord", and "el" is Hebrew for "lord", which makes the name a kind of Rosetta Stone.

This triple language word, if the theory is correct, may indicate a Hebrew preservation, albeit negatively, of the trinity aspect of cultures in ancient Egypt (Osiris-Isis-Horus (Set was a later addition from the Hyksos), in Sumeria (Anu-Enki-Enlil), and India (Indra-Agni-Surya or sometimes others). It also may explain why their is also a trinity in Judeo-Chrisitian religion.

Re: Origins of Belial

(Anonymous)

2005-08-07 12:06 am (UTC)

Weel thought out and well struck.

MY real is BELIAL its been like that for 22 years every thing it says about me or the name is true to a fact a crowned soon to be king thats nice oh its true about me being second to HIM!!!!!!! if i read it right iI some have been first !

Belial is what made me human

Hebrew

(Anonymous)

2006-06-28 01:21 pm (UTC)

Hebrew-english translation is very complicated.
Why? hebrew is ancient, each word has different stages of life and 90% of the words has 2 or more meanings.
why also? cause hebrew has completly differnt way of language structure.
Anyway regarding "Belial".
First of all in correct hebrew punctuation it is said: "B-li-al". Blial is a word originated in the bible (old tesstament). There it was first used in the meaning of "evil and decay". Later, through misuse of the prophets the name became a descripitive to someone who's existence is decayign or evil, steming form Jewish line of though it usualy refered to people who are lazy, do not work, leech on others, have no power of independet thougth (The Jehova prophets in the old bible, if read in their original words, constantly preach to question everything, even god. to not follow blindlessly, and as matter of fact Yekhezak-el says god does not want anymore sacrifition, just social justice. It is later reinforced by the wiseman of Mishna, second holy book).
In current use, "Blial" and often "BenBlial" (sun of blial) is used to refer to people of malice and evil though, of cunnigness and of SELFLESSNESS.

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