Astaroth


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Astaroth

(ăs`tərŏth), variant of AshtarothAshtaroth
, Hebrew plural form of Ashtoreth, the name of the Canaanite fertility goddess and consort of Baal. Her name is vocalized in Greek as Astarte. She was worshiped at various local shrines. There are several references to her in the Bible.
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In an exclusive interview with (https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4460136/black-witch-claims-she-can-cure-people-from-cancer-by-talking-to-demons-and-making-pacts-with-satan/) the Sun , Black Witch S, also known as Savannah, said she helped "heal" a police officer from Los Angeles who was suffering from acute stage 4 leukemia last year by talking to her "demon guide" Astaroth (a male demon, according to demonology).
Dessa arrives on the incredible flying island of Astaroth, hoping to find her long-lost brother.
(35) By contrast, the devils Astaroth and Belchar offer 'a horne-pipe [to] treade' in act 5 of The Devil's Charter (first performed 1606, published 1607) but the stage directions indicate that 'They dance an antick', that is, presumably, a more stylized dance appropriate for an antimasque (L2v).
From the deceptively gentle Astaroth onwards, Gallops literally don't take their foot of the accelerator.
God himself, to reprove the ingratitude and forgetfulness of his people who did so often forsake him and followed Baal and Astaroth, said in this manner to them, "Hath any nation changed their gods ...?" (Jer.
With Dante in mind, it is the strait of Gibraltar that has become Tennyson's "arch wherethrough / Gleams that untravelled world," "untravelled" replacing Dante's "unpeopled." This process begins with Luigi Pulci's somewhat enlightened devil Astaroth, speaking to the enchanter Malgigi, recounting the world-travels of Rinaldo, when that globe-trotting paladin is ranging abroad in the non-Christian world: