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Bro. Dan
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Bro. Dan

Baal, the son of El and brother of Astoreth. El’s territory was the vicinity of Canaan. He was the moon god, also known as Nannar or Sin. Yeriho or “city of the moon god” was named in his honor. The Sinai was named after him. They were all aliens, not spiritual beings.. Baalbek also known as the Crest of Zaphon was Baal’s launching pad.

LottaLou
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LottaLou

As a Christian, I am not a Pagan. Beelzebub is ‘lord of the flies’. The flies are the demon spirits. The little ones. I have recently realized that I have caught some on film. They like to hide in plants or trees. Those little bubs. Beelzebub is the lord of the flies. So the satan of the demons. The Pharisees were trying to accuse Jesus of going to the satan of the demons to heal people. Jesus said that blasphemy of the Holy Spirit isn’t forgiven today or tomorrow. The Holy Spirit isn’t those demon flies or the lord (baals)… Read more »

CJ
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CJ

Raith is correct — the term Beelzebub does appear to come from the ancient Canaanite deity knowns as Baal. But The adoption of the name, as well as a number of other names for demons predates Christianity. The story of Lucifer for example comes from Jewish tradition. Lucifer later became known as Satan (which means “enemy”), and Beelzebub and other names interchangeably.

Christopher
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Christopher

They didn’t, the mentioned demon, is actually the leftover spirit of the mating of an angel and human woman.
Because it was carnal and would not stop the ways of corruption, the giant by that name, was finally killed, but because there are no places for the spirits of these unions, they walk the earth. The spirit was still very powerful, even without a body, and began to force mankind to worship him.
There’s more, but that is the basics
Chris T.

NewlyBorn
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NewlyBorn

Beelzeboob is from another era… I guess… According to the Bible writers as soon as God created Heaven during the “week of creation” with all the angels, 1/3 of them were not one bit impressed with God’s beauty and holiness. They rebelled against God on the SPOT and became known as Demons along with Lucifer* (*Light Bearer) the most beautiful and intelligent angel ever created! He became known as Satan, the Devil, and so on. God created the angels with the capacity to become demons. Almost half of them turned into demons as soon as they were created! There is… Read more »

gina
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gina

No Jesus spoke of Beelzebub as another name for Satan the Devil.

serf
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serf

Ba‘al.

Beccatoots
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Beccatoots

Satan has many names. Beelzebub translates to “lord of the flies”. Demons are fallen angels that once enjoyed the glory of heaven but hooked up with Satan when he decided to challenge God’s authority. In my estimation Satan has made a hobby of challenging God’s authority all through eternity. Don’t fall for his lies.

Chase D
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Chase D

Beezlebub is the demon of gluttony, you can really choose any really (Krounos, Saturn) and it is some what true, but judism did most of it really. They demonized the serpent while vooddoo in africa is a holy symbol.

It's That Guy
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It's That Guy

The name Beelzebub comes from Ba’al Zebub, the name of a deity worshipped in the Philistine city of Ekron. He was seen as an ‘evil’ deity by the Hebrews long before Christianity, but Jews don’t really believe in The Devil.

Mr. Peter
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Mr. Peter

I think the whole devil thing came from pagan religions that worshipped goats and had a goat gods.
Maybe the christians corrupted the image of the goat gods and made them more like demons.

Greg
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Greg
jkhighley
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jkhighley

no, he’s the devil

C
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C

You are such a fool

Raith [strawberry + cupcake]
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Raith [strawberry + cupcake]

I think he was based off the Canaanite god Baal.