A popular figure of the folklore which at a time was associated with the Venus planet. The figure originated from son of the goddess Aurora in the Roman Mythology. However, soon the name Lucifer became the name of the devil in the Christianity. However, the concept of Lucifer predates the religion of Christianity Lucifer has made appearances in the religions of Islam, Christianity, and the modern occult. He has been depicted in various different forms in different religions, such as a fallen angel, a spirit, a demon, and a seven-headed terrifying dragon. The meaning of the word Lucifer is ‘Bringer of Light’ or the ‘Morning Star’. Apart from the mythological and religious appearances, Lucifer also appears in the popular literary work ‘Dante’s Inferno’ in which the deeper levels of hell burn cold and not hold. He is imprisoned at the center which is the coldest.
Raphael is an archangel that has also appeared in numerous religions. The word arch means the chief or the highest one. In various religions, he has been associated with the act of healing. Raphael is full of compassion and aids the ones who are suffering emotionally, spiritually, or physically. He is tasked with uniting brining people together so they can experience the love of God. His name means ‘God Heals’. In the religion of Islam, he is the fourth major angel and he is famously known as ‘Israfil’.
The angel Michael has appeared in numerous religions too. His first appearance is in the Hebrew Bible where it is said that he will rise during the end of time to fight Lucifer. This has ben stated in the version of Daniel. It sounds like the plot of Season 5 of Supernatural. Whereas in the Book of Revelation, he is mentioned to be the one who banished Lucifer during the battle of Heaven. The name Michael translates to ‘He Who Is Just Like God’. Michael also appeared in the New Testament where he argues with Lucifer over Moses and mentioned about the end of times.