Azazel

in Jewish legends, a demon or evil spirit to whom, in the ancient rite of Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), a scapegoat was sent bearing the sins of ... [1 related articles]
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Azazel

Azazel (uzā'zul, ăz'uzel) , in the Bible, an obscure term found in the ritual of the scapegoat in the Book of Leviticus. Azazel may be the place to which the scapegoat was sent, the scapegoat itself, or the desert demon to whom the scapegoat was sent. Most modern commentators pre...
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Azazel

a rocky cliff from which a goat - identified with the forces of evil (Pirkei deRabbi Eliezer, sec. 46) - was pushed to its death on Yom Kippur (Vayikra, ch. 16; Yoma 63a).
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Azazel

[Supernatural] Azazel is a fictional character on The CW Television Network`s drama and horror television series Supernatural. He serves as the primary antagonist during the first two seasons. A demon, he feeds his blood to infants so that they will grow up to develop demonic abilities. His endgame of using one such child to release Lucifer...
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Azazel

[disambiguation] It may also refer to Azazel in popular culture: ==Fiction== ==Comics== ==Music== ==Film and TV== ==Video games== ...
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Azazel

[Asimov] Azazel is a character created by Isaac Asimov and featured in a series of fantasy short stories. Azazel is a two-centimeter-tall demon (or extraterrestrial), named after the Biblical demon. Some of these stories were collected in Azazel, first published in 1988. The stories take the form of conversations between an unnamed writer (...
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Azazel

Azazel ə-ˈzā-zəl or Azazael or Azâzêl (Hebrew: עֲזָאזֵל, Azazel; Arabic: عَزازِيل, Azāzīl) is a term traditionally understood to mean either as scapegoat or — in some traditions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam — as the name for a fallen angel or demon. It is used three times in the Hebrew Bible. ==Hebrew Bible== The...
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