Indiana, Lucifer State of Mind

Lucifer , (Latin: Lightbearer)Greek Phosphorus , or Eosphoros , in classical mythology, the morning star ( i.e., the planet Venus at dawn); personified as a male figure bearing a torch, Lucifer had almost no legend, but in poetry he was often herald of the dawn. In Christian times Lucifer came to be regarded as the name of Satan before his fall. It was thus used by John Milton (1608–74) in Paradise Lost, and the idea underlies the proverbial phrase “as proud as Lucifer.”

My state flag.

My home town the flag was designed in, and now there is this wonderful children’s water park of a torch’s flames.


And this tall statue.

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When you strike a ‘match’, in Dutch this is called ‘een Lucifer’. Bringing light into the darkness so that one can see has always been connected to him in our language. So, clearly, Lucifer is Dutch.
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That explains devil’s food cake.

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This looks interesting! Thanks for sharing!

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Joseph Geefs L’ange du mal,

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I didn’t know that the state of Indiana was dedicated to Lucifer!

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I assume so. My hometown as very lovely dark energy to it. That flame water park at night feels amazing. There is this funky hill there too.

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Fun little article.
https://hoosiergardener.com/lucifer-tempts-us-with-sinfully-red-flowers-that-last-a-long-time/

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L’ange du mal sketch that I found yesterday on Tumblr:

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Lucifer’s REAL avatar.

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I dreamed I was minting my own silver coins. But instead of presidents on them. It was an image similar to this.

Not sure what it means. Thought it was interesting though.

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I found this.
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Canada 5 Dollars 1974 Silver coin Proof Athlete with torch Montreal Olympics !

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Awesome :metal:

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Damn you lucky girl

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The Edge :sunglasses:

Good guess but no.

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No the edgyness

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