Azazel (/əˈzeɪzəl/), also spelled Azazael (Hebrew: עֲזָאזֵל, translit. ʿAzazel; Arabic: عزازيل, translit. ʿAzāzīl), appears in the Bible in association with the scapegoat rite. In some traditions of Judaism and Christianity, it is the name for a fallen angel.
Azazel was a powerful demon who served Lucifer. Until Sin City, Azazel's name was not revealed and he was referred to by nicknames such as The Demon, The Yellow-Eyed Demon, or Yellow Eyes. Once he killed Mary Winchester...
Azazel is a new character in The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth unlocked by making three deals with the devil in one run. Azazel starts with a short-ranged version of Brimstone, the ability to fly, the card 0 - The Fool, and three Black Hearts without any regular heart containers; however, unlike...
Azazel is a yellow-eyed demon, one of the Generals of Hell commanding the demon armies of Hell, and seemingly the only one still active by 2007. Azazel planned to bring his army of black-eyed demons forth from Hell to unleash upon the world in preparation for the Apocalypse.
Azazel (アザゼル Azazeru) was introduced in Tekken 6 and serves as the main antagonist and boss of the game. Azazel has its own stage called Azazel's Chamber. Azazel does not have an official Tekken 6 CG Art Image.
Ibn Ezra took "Azazel" to refer to "a mountain near Sinai," while G. R. Disker took the "rough ground" to be Dudael, a rocky place where the fallen angel Azazel is imprisoned" (I Enoch 10:4-6).
There has been much controversy over the function of Azazel as well as over his essential character. Inasmuch as according to the narrative the sacrifice of Azazel, while symbolical...
AZAZEL. a-za'-zel (`aza'zel apopompaios; the King James Version Scapegoat, the Revised Version, margin "removal"): _I. the meaning of the word_.
Azazel. Also see. Azazel Doujinshi.