The word "Satan" explained...
Satan is an English word, which is derived from the Greek:
In Greek, ( the word is: "Satanas" ) it means "Opponent"
You could say it means: "A Prosecutor", or a "Rival".
Someone "who not only wants the same as you do, but also has the intention to use the rules as a weapon to block you from reaching your Goal".
Someone who slanders the Saints and oppresses them by false Accusations and turning the tables against them.
In Hebrew it means: "Foe", or "Obstacle".
Almost the same definition as:
However: It can also just mean: "an obstacle which prevents you from reaching your goal, which must be conquered".
In Kabbalah ( the meaning of the Hebrew Symbols ) however, it means: "Illusion".
The meaning of this word is best described as:
The consequences for Society of the Diseased Psyche of most of ManKind who are mostly WILLINGLY without knowledge of Natural Law.
In Hinduism they have an Indian term from the Baghavad Gita, which means exactly the same as Satan:
Its called: Maya.
Who is Satan?
Satan is multiple things:
1) The Human Mind of People without trust in Natural Law.
2) A hebrew legend in which He is the most beautiful Angel in the world.
When you go for looks: Satan was an Angel who manipulates all unjust people using the Torah, and is the End Times Demon who leads Islamic State.
3) Allegorically, Possibly YOU! Your personal spirit is possibly trained by People around you and yourself, to resist simple Natural Law Principles.
This causes snapping, irritation, anger, frustration, self-deception, judgement, fear and so on.
The trick here is:
Watch yourself and work upon occult self development..
Are you doing harm?
Dont judge yourself.
Just correct your perception to a less harmful way.
Doing harm is a form of theft...
So learn from it and stop stealing...
Matthew 16 lines 15 to 23 might be worth reading...
Watch how Christ points to Himself as He says to Peter: Upon this rock I will put My Church.
And how He calls Peter: Satanas ( or Satan ).
It means Obstacle.
And it can be seen as a metaphore for the Catholic Churches caused Darkness in Medievil times, by focusing on Peter instead of Christ, Science and Natural Law..