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Discussion in 'General' started by Delluhsion, Nov 27, 2011.
Can some one explain this to me, im confused. Lucifer means "demon" or something right?
What isn't the Lucifer effect, duuude
Lucifer was the name of the angle who was cast out of heaven
What is this thread about?
I dont understand what "the lucifer effect" means bro. It's a book, and hopsin+swizz made a song named after it. I read a thing on a websight, but it brought up prison/religion and a story about the devil named "Lucifer" so i'm a lil confused.
Traditionally, Lucifer (English pronunciation: /ˈluːsɪfər, ljuːsɪfər/) is a name that in English generally refers to the devil or Satan before being cast from Heaven, although this is not the original meaning of the term. In Latin, from which the English word is derived, Lucifer (as a noun) means "light-bearer" (from the words lucem ferre). It was the name given to the dawn appearance of the planet Venus, which heralds daylight. For this meaning, English generally uses the names "Morning Star" or "Day Star", and rarely "Lucifer".
Use of the name "Lucifer" for the devil stems from a particular interpretation of Isaiah 14:3–20, a passage that does not speak of any fallen angel but of the defeat of a particular Babylonian King, whom the passage names Helel (הֵילֵל, Shining One), a Hebrew word that refers to the Day Star or Morning Star (the Latin term for which is lucifer) In 2 Peter 1:19 and elsewhere, the same Latin word lucifer is used to refer to the Morning Star, with no relation to the devil. In Revelation 22:16, Jesus himself is called the Morning Star, but not "Lucifer", even in Latin.
It is uncertain when precisely the Isaiah passage, which in its Latin translation contains the name "Lucifer", began to be applied to Satan, but it was certainly used in this way by 3rd-century Origen, and some scholars claim that the identification of "Lucifer" with the devil was first made by Origen, Tertullian and Augustine of Hippo.
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUH8eZEWCa8]Lucifer Effect - Hopsin & SwizZz (Directed by Hopsin/DJ K) - YouTube[/ame]
It is a kick ass black metal song.
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuG8eFZBi_E]Anaal Nathrakh - The Lucifer Effect - YouTube[/ame]
So it's just a religion thing?, and yeah i heard the song from Swizz+Hopsin.
He must not have been a cute angle. Har Har Har. . .
being taken over by the thing you've created because it was too smart? or at least an attempt at being taken over.
Stop being so obtuse
Check out the Stanford Prison Experiment.
And you should check this book out. By the same dude who conducted the Prison Experiment.
prolly thinking ur a badass for doing something and passing it on to people u meet?
I think I watched this documentary. It is pretty much good hearted people turning evil when given some kind of authority.