A quick question for those who believe in demonic spirits (like I do):
Where do these spirits reside?
For example, when you deal with spirit guides or communicate with the dead (like I used to with the former), where do they live/stay? When I believed in Hell, it was easy to say they all came from there, but now I'm not so sure.
"Satan," Hebrew for "Adversary," also known as "the Adversary," "the dragon," "the ancient serpent," "the Slanderer," and "the chief of the jurisdiction of the air" is head of the forces of evil.
Demons are deceiving spirits of the terrestrial realm whose chief is "Beelzeboul," or "Beezeboul."
"Apollyon" (Greek) and "Abaddon" (Hebrew) meaning "Destroyer" is the messenger of the abyss.
I may be incorrect but, flesh and blood would be terrestial G1919 epigeios worldly (physically or morally): - earthly, in earth, terrestrial.
And Paul wrote, Eph 6:12 because we have not the wrestling with blood and flesh, but with the principalities, with the authorities, with the world-rulers of the darkness of this age, with the spiritual things of the evil in the heavenly places;
That "flesh and blood" would be terrestial, correct? and Paul says we are warring "with the spiritual things of the evil in the heavenly places; "
So how can what you said be so? "Demons are deceiving spirits of the terrestrial realm whose chief is "Beelzeboul," or "Beezeboul."
There are several accounts in the Greek scriptures about Christ casting out demons from folks here on earth which is the terrestrial realm.
14 And he was casting out a demon, and it was a mute one. Now it occurred, at the coming out of the demon, that the mute man speaks. And the throngs marvel.
15 Yet some of them said, "By Beelzeboul, the chief of the demons, is he casting out the demons." Yet He, answering, said, "How can Satan be casting out Satan?"
16 Yet others, trying Him, sought a sign out of heaven from Him.
17 Yet He, aware of their cogitations, said to them, "Every kingdom divided against itself is being desolated, and house against house is falling.
18 Now if Satan, also, is divided against himself, how shall his kingdom stand-seeing that you are saying, I am casting out the demons by Beelzeboul? (Luke 11:14-18)
Christ seems to be implying that Beelzeboul is a subordinate of Satan.