Top 5 Worst Demons From The Bible

Top 5 Worst Demons From The Bible

September 7, 2019 100 By William Hollis


In 1409-1410 The Lanterne of Light gifted
us with a classification system based on the Seven Deadly Sins — all of which appear in
the bible. In most cases as Angels fallen from grace
and into the depths of the underworld. Living out the rest of eternity as the demons
who do the bidding for our dear friend Satan. So today on Top 5 Scary Videos we have compiled
a list of 5 of the scariest demons that appear on the seven deadly sins list and — of course
— within the bible. Before we begin make sure to stick around
until the end of the video where I’ll be responding to some of your comments. Alright, let’s jump into our list of the
Top 5 Worst Demons From The Bible. 5 Mammon (Greed)
In the New Testament of the Bible, Mammon is a fallen angel, his name is thought to
mean money, material wealth, or any entity that promises wealth. He is essentially the embodiment of the cardinal
sin: greed. Sounds like a swell guy. He is associated with the greedy pursuit of
gain, I quote, “You cannot serve both God and Mammon”
He is often personified as a deity and is included amongst the seven princes of Hell. According to some readings he is the son of
Lucifer himself — conceived before his father fell from heaven and born after he was sent
to hell. Before his fall from grace, I quote, “he
was more interested in heaven’s golden pavement than it’s celestial leader”. From the underworld he comes up with scheme
to manipulate humans into adding to his fortune. He is supposedly so powerful that innocent
humans can be corrupted by him — adding to the treasures and fortune instead of virtues
that they can carry up to heaven. 4 Abaddon (Sloth)
Abaddon is known as the angel of the bottomless pit — one of the many fallen angels we have
on our list. In the New Testament Book of Revelation, they
are described as the king of an army of locusts — as well as destroyer, the angel of the
abyss. As the king of locusts he has an army resembling
horses with crowned human faces, women’s hair, lions’ teeth, wings, iron breast – plates,
and a scorpion’s stinger. Many believe Abaddon to be the Antichrist
— but the others identify him as the angel as Satan. According to Revelation 9:1-11, after the
fifth angel sounds his trumpet, a star falls from heaven and opens the bottomless pit. A storm of smoke arises, and from the smoke,
a plague of locusts emerge to torment, but not kill, men who lack the seal of God on
their foreheads for five months. His origin gets a little hazy — making appear
to be a servant of God — yet also a servant of Satan. I guess it is up to you what to believe. 3 Belphegor — BELL-fih-gor
Belphegor — along with a few other numbers on our list — is a demon and one of the seven
princes of hell. His powers are of seduction — seducing people
with money and inventions — promising endless riches. His role as a demon is to turn humans against
each other through means of wealth. He uses our gluttonous desires to drive man
to evil — promising fortune in the end. Other reports label him as Hell’s ambassador
to France — odd title. And his adversary is St Mary Magdalene, one
of the patron saints of France. His origin is that of a fallen angel and a
false god that Moses handed down the death penalty for worshipping. He was dispatched to earth by Satan to deceive
mortals — often taking the form of a beautiful woman — typically naked. Although sometimes he can appear as his demon
for — leathery flesh, horns, sharp teeth and a gaping mouth — ready to destroy mankind. 2 Beelzebub (Envy)
Identified in the New Testament — Beelzebub is the prince of demons. He holds a high position in Hell’s hierarchy
— and supposedly led a successful revolt against the devil. He is the chief lieutenant of Lucifer, the
emperor of hell — and is often placed among the three most prominent fallen angels. The others being Lucifer and Leviathan. He is capable of flying — which is the worst
— and is known as the lord of the flyers or the lord of the flies. Beelzebub is rumoured to be responsible for
many demonic possessions throughout history — one of the most famous is the possession
of Anneliese Michel, a teenager who was diagnosed with epilepsy before a number of exorcisms
were later performed — eventually resulting in her death. Beelzebub was also believed to be sowing his
influence in Salem Massachusetts — his name was repeatedly mentioned during the Salem
witch trials. 1 Lucifer (Pride)
In classical mythology — Lucifer, meaning the bringer of light, was the name of the
planet Venus. Though, in my many cases Lucifer was represented
as a winged child pouring light from a jar — or even a man bearing a torch. Now — in Christianity as we know, Lucifer
became so obsessed with his own beauty and intelligence that he began to desire the honor
and power that belonged to God — ultimately corrupting him and forcing God to cast him
down to Satan. It is also noted that once he was cast down
he changed his name from Lucifer to Satan — meaning adversary — and following the
second coming of Christ he was bound to the pits of hell during the 1000-year millennial
kingdom over which Christ ruled. All in all, Satan is widely known as the Devil
himself. An evil entity that seduces humans into sin. He possesses power over the fallen world and
a host of various demons — in Judaism, Satan is regarded as an agent subservient to God. There is no answer as to whether Lucifer and
Satan are two separate entities or whether Lucifer’s fall from heaven created Satan
— but an examination of several passages reveals that he can be none other than Satan. The devil himself. Well, there we have it! What did you guys think of these demons? Were there any that we missed? Leave us all your thoughts and feelings in
the comments down below. Before I go though I just want to respond
to a few comments from one of our list videos, Top 5 Scariest Things Caught By Doorbell Security
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