Who is Beelzebub?
In the New Testament of the Bible, we read about the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: Pestilence, War, Famine, and Death. And, if I were to describe Beelzebub as something that could be easily understood by everyone, I would associate him with Pestilence – of course, leaving aside all negative connotations that derive from that.
As the personification of decay and perpetual movement towards chaos, Beelzebub is often dreaded and despised by humanity. However, from an objective point of view, he is merely the expression of a force without which nothing would evolve.
This means that, just as with every other Entity that we previously discussed, our universe and the very reality in which we currently exist, would not be possible without him.
Beelzebub is not very concerned with humanity, but is present in the very fabric of our reality. Taciturn, patient, solemn – he could be compared to an old person who has seen everyone go before them, or maybe an old tree that has been of great comfort to various generations.
He is, in a way, the only thing that doesn’t change in this ever-changing Universe – the point of reference to which we could compare how much the Universe has evolved.
Other posts that may interest you
Learn more about what Demons are by clicking here.
I recently published a post where I make a comparison between Angels and Demons. Check it out by clicking here!
Find out about the other Demons here.
Learn how to connect with Beelzebub by clicking here.