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Demon Hunter (2005)
Asmodeo.
Asmodeus (Asmodai, Sydonai, Chammadai, Asmodeo, o Asmodaeus) es un demonio, conocido comúnmente por aparecer en el Libro de Tobit o Libro de Tobías, que no forma parte del Antiguo Testamento protestante ni del judío, pero sí del canon católico. También es mencionado en el Talmud y en los tratados de demonología. Su origen se halla en la religión mazdeísta (Zoroastrismo) de los persas. Probablemente, llega al judaísmo durante el tiempo en el que este pueblo se halló bajo la dominación persa (s. VI a.C), y más tarde, pasaría al cristianismo, pero era en la era antigua aparentemente en el siglo II AC.


En el Libro de Tobit, Asmodeus se enamora de Sarah, hija de Raquel, y cada vez que aquella contrae matrimonio, mata al marido durante la noche de bodas. Así llega a matar a siete hombres, impidiendo que consumen el matrimonio. Más tarde, Sarah se promete a un joven llamado Tobías, hijo de Tobit. Éste recibe la ayuda del arcángel Rafael, el cual le enseña cómo librarse del demonio. De este modo, Tobías toma un pez y le arranca el corazón, los riñones y el hígado, colocándolos sobre brasas. Asmodeus no puede soportar los vapores así desprendidos, y huye a Egipto, en donde Rafael lo encadena. No se sabe más de la suerte que corre este demonio, pero se le presenta como símbolo del deseo carnal.
En el Talmud, Asmodeus no parece ser una criatura tan maligna como en otros libros, sino que relata historias sobre su trato con el rey Salomón. Al parecer, Salomón llegó a atrapar al demonio y lo obligó a construir el Templo de Jerusalén. En otra leyenda, Asmodeus y Salomón se cambiaron el uno por el otro durante varios años. En otra Asmodeus es presentado como el rey de todos los demonios, similar al concepto cristiano de Satán, y como amante de Lilith después de que ésta abandonara a Adán.
Asmodeus y Samael "El Veneno de Dios" son uno de los nombres que se le da a Lucifer tras tentar a Eva con el fruto de uno de los árboles prohibidos (el del conocimiento del bien y del mal), tras su caída se emparejó con Lilith, la primera mujer de Adán y con ella engendró miles de demonios.
En ocasiones se atribuye a Asmodeo la paternidad del mago Merlín. En la Edad Media, cuando se quería asociar los 7 pecados capitales con sus "demonios responsables", se le indicó como el demonio de la lujuria.
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Mammon is the demon of avarice, greed and materialism. He, which the Jesuit Peter Binsfeld is one of the "Seven Princes of Hell" is the devil to which all those money slaves living in the consumer world today kneel. Thus, more than any other demon, Mammon reigns today.Mammon was the god of wealth in the pantheon of the Phoenicians and , linked to that position of God, was the Phoenician word " mommon " which was translated as "benefit " or "utility." Then of cultural contact , became an Aramaic word meaning "wealth", turn it in Hebrew " Matmon " meant " treasure" and " Mammon " was a name commonly used to symbolize wealth and greed .



The figure of the greedy demon was first recorded during the Sermon on the Mount , sermon in which Jesus Christ used it after being warned about the superiority of up treasures in heaven rather than amassing money and worldly goods that death will with her; so, Jesus made it clear that no one could serve God and his thirst for riches (which he referred to the name " Mammon "); being that in Jesus' time, was common among the Hebrews symbolize wealth and the desire for money through the figure of Mammon .

Therefore, in the biblical context Mammon becomes the personification of greed and materialism , found in Luke 16:13 and Matthew 6:24, or in some translations in Luke 16:9 and Luke 16:11 . We note that of the translations because in some versions has been " Mammon " while others spoke of "dishonest wealth " or similar expressions , or "money " and " wealth " instead of " Mammon " ; though, and this is very important , in the Greek and Hebrew versions yes there was talk of " Mammon " , making it clear that Christ himself personified greed in Mammon as seen in this passage a certain Spanish translation " Lay not up for yourselves treasures on earth , where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal , but lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven , where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break through nor steal . For where your treasure is, there will your heart. No man can serve two masters ; Either he will hate the one and love the other , or be devoted to one and despise the other. You can not serve God and mammon . "( Matthew 6 , 19-21, 24).The belief in Mammon deepens during the Middle Ages , a period in which the entity receives the title of "Prince of Tempting " and becomes the demon of avarice, richness and injustice. It is mentioned several instances in the texts of the bishop and scholar parisense Peter Lombard ( 1100 A1160 ), who described him as the demon of wealth. Meanwhile, the myths and legends placed Mammon as Hell's Ambassador to see the world through a cave with unimaginable wealth .

In the text The Divine Comedy , Dante Alighieri author describes Mammon during his visit to the underworld like a wolf demon, because in the Middle Ages wolves were associated with greed. Perhaps Aquinas described it best in his metaphor as one of the deadly sins : greed . " Mammon goes hell helped by a wolf to come into the world and corrupting the heart of man with greed," Aquino says.



Mammon was categorized as one of the three princes of Hell, subordinate only Lucifer himself . This classification was made by the visionary nun Saint Frances of Rome (1384-1440) , who by their devotion to God could see the evil in people and also had visions about the dangers lurking man . It is in these visions she saw hell and her court nobles : the first one is Asmodeus , who is the precursor of carnal sin ; followed Mammon , the demon of deception and greed that rules the world through money ; then there's Beelzebub , who dominates through idolaters .

A different perspective is that of the Jesuit Peter Binsfeld , who in 1589 published his De confessionibus maleficorum et sagarum book that introduces the idea of ​​the seven princes of hell that are associated with the seven deadly sins. There Mammon is one of those princes and represents greed.

In the famous Infernal Dictionary (published in 1863 ) Collin Plancy , Mammon is not as important as it is only a demon belonging to the Diplomatic Corps and took the role of ambassador to England.
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