Religious Glossary - common terms used related to Religion
Lucifer - Lucifer is a Latin word made up of two words,
lux (light; genitive lucis) and ferre (to bear, to bring),
meaning light-bearer. Lucifer does not appear in Greek or
Roman mythology; it is used by poets to represent the Morning
Star at moments when "Venus" would intrude distracting imagery
of the goddess. (wikipedia)
One of Elohim's spirit children. He is Jesus' spirit brother.
He was a good angel but rebelled and was expelled from Heaven,
taking a third of the spirit children with him.