3 Myths About Devil or Satan

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The Devil is believed in certain religions and cultures to be a powerful, supernatural entity that is the personification of evil and the enemy of God and humankind. The Devil is commonly associated with heretics, infidels, and other unbelievers. The Abrahamic religions have variously regarded the Devil as a rebellious fallen angel or demon that tempts humans to sin or commit evil deeds. Others regard the Devil as an allegory that represents a crisis of faith, individualism, free will, wisdom and enlightenment (Source : Wikipedia).

Selling Soul to Devil


This is one of the most commonly believed myths in west. According to some Christianity books a person can get unlimited benefits , divine powers and whatever he desires in exchange for his soul. You just have to sign a pact with devil and you are blessed in this world, but signing the pact means; after the end of this life , you will have to burn in hell forever.

To sell your soul to devil you need to have: 1 or more black, blue or red candles, a sterilized needle or razor, a piece of clean paper, large enough to write the prayer, a dry pen, where you sign your name in blood. Just dip the pen in your blood and write the Devil’s prayer, sign it and hand it our to the devil, you are done.

In return devil promises everything, money,fame, women , no disease will ever effect you.But again , remember after the end of this life you will burn in hell forever.

Devil’s Face was Spotted When the Jet hit WTC


Two images, one a capture from CNN footage, and another by a freelance photographer named Mark D. Phillips, appear to show devil’s faces in the smoke issuing from the World Trade Center. Phillips’ picture was picked up by the Associated Press and widely distributed to subscribers. The CNN image was a screen capture from live video footage of 2 World Trade Center (south tower) being hit with United Flight 175.


These images were not doctored in any way. From a logical vantage, the Beelzebub visages were simply shapes that randomly occurred in the smoke, just as people engaged in the old pastime of cloud-watching think they see certain things. From a religious standpoint, one could say Satan was gloating in the evil of the terrorists’ acts.

San Pedro and the Devil


Another popular myth says : One day Devil came to San Pedro and said “I heard you are very power, so am I, Lets complete.If you can strike this tree with your fist so that your hand goes through the trunk from one side to the other, I will admit that you are stronger than me”.

San Pedro agrees, but asked for pending the competition to tomorrow. San Pedro asked Jesus for help.Jesus bored a hole through the tree trunk and then covered up all evidence of it. Next day devil was asked first to try breaking the tree but he failed and found tree hard. Next San Pedro hit the tree at already marked spot and was successful to break the tree. That’s how he won over devil.

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    Sup bitchs. This is Chad Daddy and that shit was gay nigga!.

  • Jermaineyng

    what difference does the wtc prove the bible never describes satan with horns and tail or offering financial gain for anyones soul.theres not one instance in the entire bible were satan disabeys god.or called a angel,god suggest job to satan.god leads jesus into the wilderness to be tempted by satan.most atributes of modern day satan comes from pagan origins.the bible never says he rules from hell.the bible says he's in heaven accusing the saints.matthew 12.you say theirs 3 more like 30. 

  • Castor777

    There was no explanation of how these are myths. People sell their souls everyday. There is always a chance of redemption. In these end days all will be brought into the light.

  • Ky

    I can't come close to taking something like this serious when there are grammatical errors.

  • Newt

    I've been on this earth for nearly 250 years. I bartered with the dark lord for a long healthy life and he has given it to me. Not everything in this world can be seen in the light.

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