Fallen Angels – Abezethibou – King Solomon

Abezethibou is a demon and fallen angel described in the pseudepigrapha Testament of Solomon. He followed Beelzebub upon his fall from heaven, and became an important demon in Hell. However, after his treason, he is left with one red wing. He later travelled to Egypt where he hardened the heart of Pharaoh and his advisors, and convinced them to pursue the fleeing Israelite slaves. In doing so, he drowns along with the army in the Red Sea, and becomes trapped in a pillar of water, though Beelzebub claims he will return for conquest. In the Testament of Solomon, when Solomon summons Beelzebub for an interview, the prince of the demons reveals that an angel named Abezethibou accompanied him when he fell from Heaven. After his fall, Abezethibou became a one-winged demon condemned to hell. He claims that all those imprisoned in Tartarus fall under Abezethibou’s control. This charge comprised Abezethibou’s primary role and burden in the demon world. He opposed Moses and the Israelites during the Exodus from Egypt. The Fallen Angels of the ancient scriptures are in many forms in may cultures, please watch the video for more information on the Fallen Angels, Nephilim Giants also known as the sons of God here at mythology explored by ANCIENT MYSTERY.

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