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8 thoughts on “ Azazel ”

  1. Azazel is the former Governor General of the Fallen Angels and Grigori. He also previously served as a Chemistry Teacher at Kuoh Academy and as the advisor of the Occult Research Club, prior to sealing himself in the Isolation Barrier Field. Azazel is a tall man appearing to be in his twenties with an average build, black hair, golden bangs and black goatee. He also possesses twelve jet-black Eye Color: Violet.
  2. Azazel was created before Densetsu Science fully settled in the Bioroid business. Densetsu Douga, the matrix of Densetsu Science, was looking for corporations to benchmark their Bioroid business. One of them was Kyouhei Industries, a corporation supported by a false religious order, or more precisely, their main product, "Angel".
  3. In Islamic demonology Azazel is a Djin, who is cast from heaven for refusing to worship Adam and for lusting after mortal maidens. His name was changed to Eblis, which means 'despair'. Some say that Azazel was simply a place near the city of Jerusalem, or an arch-demon who dwelled in the desert.
  4. A mutant from biblical times, Azazel is the ruler of the Neyaphem and claims that the Earth and everything on it belongs to him. To save humanity from persecution and death by Azazel, the angels banished him to the Brimstone dimension.
  5. Azazel is the God of Justice and Revenge. He is a Master of the Black Arts and the Protector of Travelers. He was the rebel leader of the Igigi. Azazel is also the the God of divination and has been consulted by many soothsayers.
  6. The name of a supernatural being mentioned in connection with the ritual of the Day of Atonement (Lev. xvi.). After Satan, for whom he was in some degree a preparation, Azazel enjoys the distinction of being the most mysterious extrahuman character in sacred literature. Unlike other Hebrew proper names, the name itself is obscure.
  7. Azazel (Leviticus Leviticus Leviticus , Revised Version only here; rendered "scape-goat" in the Authorized Version).This word has given rise to many different views. Some Jewish interpreters regard it as the name of a place some 12 miles east of Jerusalem, in the wilderness.
  8. Azazel. Azazel is a desert spirit worshipped by ancient Semites. He rules over a band of goat-spirits, the Se’irim. Azazel played a part in Jewish Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur) rituals. As per instructions in Leviticus –28, two goats were brought into the Jerusalem Temple.

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