Who is Lucifer, Satan or Christ?

Who is Lucifer, Satan or Christ?

I noticed the error in Jerome’s translation of the Hebrew word הֵילֵ֣ל quite a while ago.


This is no ordinary error, in my opinion, especially owing to the fact that it goes as far as switching biblical characters of opposing polarity and quite perilously so; a supposition consistent with the character of your devil, is now switched into becoming your ‘God’, while you are subconsciously defrauded into attributing the characteristics of God to Satan, the god of this world (2 Corinthians 4:4), as seen in many churches today who ave totally departed from the teachings of Christ and the disciples.

◄ Isaiah 5:20 ►

New Living Translation
What sorrow for those who say that evil is good and good is evil, that dark is light and light is dark, that bitter is sweet and sweet is bitter.

◄ Matthew 6:23 ►

New Living Translation
But when your eye is unhealthy, your whole body is filled with darkness. And if the light you think you have is actually darkness, how deep that darkness is!

This in my opinion was the foundation laid for the worship of Satan as ‘God’ while attributing the name ‘Lucifer’ translated from the Greek word phosphorus to Satan.

When I call you guys devil worshipers, this right here is the proof. ~FRZ

According to Frank W. Nelte who wrote: “The Greek word “phosphoros” and the Latin word “lucifer” mean absolutely 100% the same thing! Absolutely!

In their respective languages both these words mean “light-bearer” or “light-bringer”. They are just as identical as are the English word “bread” and the German word “Brot”, or the English word “knife” and the German word “Messer”. Phosphoros and Lucifer are completely identical in meaning.

So the word “Lucifer” is a perfect translation into Latin of the Greek word “phosphoros”!

This means that Jerome perfectly translated into Latin the Greek LXX interpretation of Isaiah 14:12, but Jerome made no attempt to correctly translate the Hebrew word “heylel” into Latin!

Jerome simply latched onto the mistranslated Greek LXX version of Isaiah 14:12, while totally ignoring the ramifications of this way of translating Isaiah 14:12 into Latin.”

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