The legend of Lilith is believed to be in the creation account of Genesis. According to Genesis 1:26-27, Elohim creates man and woman together: “So God created mankind in the divine image, male and female God created them.” According to Jewish mythology, this created being was androgynous, male and female together. Elohim then split them into two parts which leads to the idea of ‘soul mates.’ The male is Adam; the female is Lilith.
In the Middle Ages, many believed Mammon to be a fallen, dark-hearted angel. They though of him as a powerful demon and called him one of the “Seven Princes of Hell” who had more than six million demons willing to help inspire envy and greed in humans to eternally corrupt them.
Sometimes Ba’alzebul and the ‘Shining One’ have been interchangeable names for the Adversary in the Hebrew Scriptures. However, they are not the same entity within the demonic hierarchy. Ba’alzebub was a prince of the seraphim or ‘burning ones’ that surrounded the throne of Adonai. He was one of the first three angels to fall from heaven, along with the Shining One and Leviathan. He works as the ‘chief of staff’ for The Adversary and presides over the Order of the Fly.
Yeshua witnessed the entire event that happened in a moment: “I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven” (Luke 10:18). He became known as satan in Hebrew, not as a name, but ‘a temptation that must be overcome.’ His shining stones turned into the shimmering scales of a serpent. He came to Havah in the Garden where he once was the protecting keruv. She had to choose whether she was going to ‘trade’ with him; whether the goods he was ‘peddling’ were worth the price.