Satan! appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):
- Ah, Satan sees Natasha.
- Satan, oscillate my metallic sonatas!
- A Santa's rats top Nat, as Satan pots tars at NASA.
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- Satan! a.k.a. Satan is a term, as well as the name of a figure appearing in the texts of the Abrahamic religions who brings evil and temptation, and is known as the deceiver that leads humanity astray. Some religious groups teach that he originated as an angel who fell out of favor with God, seducing humanity into the ways of sin, and who has power in the fallen world. In the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament, Satan is primarily an accuser and adversary, a decidedly malevolent entity who possesses demonic qualities.
- also known as İblis, Azazil, Azazel, Сатана, Satanàs, Iblis, Xaitan, الشيطان في اليهودية
- parent of Damien Thorn
- created by Janet Morris, Dante Alighieri, Christopher Marlowe & John Milton
- in films:
- Satan! a.k.a. The devil appears frequently as a character in works of literature and popular culture. In Christianity, the figure of the devil, or Satan, personifies evil.
- also known as Lucifer, The Devil, Mr. Scratch, Mephisto, Mephistopheles, Beelzebub, Father of Lies, Satan, Devil in popular culture
- born in Heaven, child of Yaweh
- occupation: Lord of hell
- created by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Dante Alighieri, Christopher Marlowe & Janet Morris
- in films:
- "Bedazzled", played by Peter Cook
- "Bedazzled", played by Elizabeth Hurley
- "Witchcraft Through the Ages", played by Benjamin Christensen
- "The Devil and Daniel Webster", played by Walter Huston
- "The Last Temptation of Christ", played by Leo Marks
- "Forbidden Zone", played by Danny Elfman
- "Santa Claus", played by Jose Luis Aguirre
- "My Tale Is Hot", played by Max Gardens
- "Wholly Moses!", played by John Ritter
- "The Story of Mankind", played by Vincent Price
- "Suing the Devil", played by Malcolm McDowell
- "The Company of Wolves", played by Terence Stamp
- "Final Destination 3", played by Tony Todd
- "Save Virgil", played by Gary Coleman
- "Shortcut to Happiness", played by Jennifer Love Hewitt
- "Ivan the Fool", played by Timothy Dalton
- "Fis Mol", played by James Intveld
- "Changing Faces", played by Izebuno
- "The Private Lives of Adam and Eve", played by Mickey Rooney
- "The Prophecy: Uprising", played by John Light
- "Hell & Back", played by Bob Odenkirk
- "The Passion of the Christ", played by Rosalinda Celentano
- "Hittin' It!", played by Mark Brisco
- "The Killing of Satan", played by Charlie Davao
- "The Age of the Earth", played by Carlos Petrovicho
- "The Prophecy", played by Viggo Mortensen
- "Devil Hunter", played by Burt Altman
- "L'Inferno", played by Augusto Milla
- "The Devil's Nightmare", played by Daniel Emilfork
- "Rats: Night of Terror", played by Jean-Christophe Brétigniere
- "Ring of Darkness", played by Ezio Miani
- "End of Days", played by Gabriel Byrne
- "A Chinese Tall Story", played by Shirley Dai
- "Hanste Khelte", played by Ishrat Ali
- "The Nightmare Before Christmas", played by Greg Proops
- "Jesus, our Lord", played by Carlos Agostí
- "Jesus – The Film", played by Jürgen Brauch
- "Devilish Education", played by Marek Kondrat
- "Jesus", played by Jeroen Krabbé
- Satan! a.k.a. Satan is a fictional character from the 1999 film South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut.
- "Satan!" a.k.a. "Satan" is a book by Jeremy Leven.
- also known as "Satan: His Psychotherapy and Cure by the Unfortunate Dr. Kassler, J.S.P.S"
- genres: Fiction, Speculative fiction
- copyright: 1982
- "Satan!" a.k.a. "Satan" is a book by Jeffrey Burton Russell, translated work.
- also known as "Satan: The Early Christian Tradition", "Satanas"
- language: English Language
- "Satan!" a.k.a. "Satan": Satanás is a 2007 Colombian film directed by Andi Baiz. It is adapted from the novel of the same title by Mario Mendoza Zambrano. It was Colombia's submission to the 80th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.
- also known as Satanás, Satanas, Satanás - Profile of a Killer
- countries: Colombia, Mexico
- language: Spanish Language
- director: Andrés Baiz
- producer: Rodrigo Guerrero
- executive producers: Ilan Arboleda, Andrés Calderón, Wilson Gómez & Jaime Osorio Gómez
- production design by Asdrúbal Medina
- art direction by Juan Carlos Acevedo
- written by Andrés Baiz
- based on a story by Mario Mendoza
- Damián Alcázar as Eliseo
- Blas Jaramillo as Ernesto
- Martina García as Natalia
- Isabel Gaona as Irene
- Carolina Gaitan as Natalia's friend
- Marcela Gallego as Olga
- Patricia Castañeda as Valeria
- Marcela Mar as Paola
- Marcela Valencia as Alicia
- Teresa Gutiérrez as Doña Blanca
- Andrés Parra as Pablo
- Diego Vasquez as Alberto
- casting by Jaime Correa & Juan Pablo Felix
- cinematography by Mauricio Vidal
- edited by Alberto de Toro
- music by Angelo Milli
- costume design by Luz Helena Cardenas
- genres: Drama, True crime
- released on (8 years ago)
- award: - Ariel Award for Best Latin-American Film (Colombia) nomination for Andrés Baiz
- official website: www.satanaslapelicula.com
- "Satan!" a.k.a. "Satan" is a 1920 silent German drama film directed by F. W. Murnau. A fragment of the film is kept in the Cinémathèque Française film archive.
- "Satan!" a.k.a. "Şeytan" is a 1974 Turkish cult horror film based on William Friedkin’s Exorcist, directed by Metin Erksan, featuring Canan Perver as a 12-year-old girl named Gul, living a high society life with her mother in Istanbul, who becomes possessed by the Devil himself after experimenting with a Ouija Board. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on November 1, 1974, is commonly known as "Turkish Exorcist" because of plot and stylistic similarities copied from The Exorcist.
- also known as Satan, Seytan, Turkish Exorcist
- country: Turkey
- language: Turkish Language
- producer: Hulki Saner
- written by Yılmaz Tümtürk
- cinematography by Nihat Çifteoğlu
- genre: Horror
- released on (40 years ago)
- "Satan!" a.k.a. "Satan": Satana is a 1990 film directed by Viktor Aristov.
- also known as Satana, Der Satan
- country: Soviet Union
- language: Russian Language
- genre: Thriller
- released in (25 years ago)
"Satan!" a.k.a. "Satan" is a video game.
- developer: Dinamic Multimedia
- genres: Action game, Adventure game
- publisher: Dinamic Multimedia
- "Satan!" a.k.a. "Satan" is an album by saxophonist Sonny Stitt recorded in 1974 and released on the Cadet label.
- genre: Jazz
- released in (41 years ago)
- "Satan!" a.k.a. "Satan" is a cataloged instance, composition.
- "Satan!" a.k.a. "Satan" is a musical single of Orbital.
- also known as Satan (Remixes)
- released in (25 years ago)
- "Satan!" a.k.a. "Satan" is a musical album of Vaticans Children.
- released in (21 years ago)
- Satan! a.k.a. Satan are a heavy metal band originating from Newcastle, England in 1979, known as part of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal movement. The band is considered influential for playing a form of proto-thrash/speed metal that was fairly advanced by the standards of the early 1980s.
- also known as Pariah
- genre: Heavy metal
- albums: "The Kindred", "Court in the Act", "Into the Future / Suspended Sentence", "Into the Future", "Kiss of Death / Heads Will Roll", "Live in the Act", "The Early Demos", "Life Sentence", "Into the Fire", "Suspended Sentence", "Blaze of Obscurity"
- official website: www.myspace.com/courtintheact
- Satan! a.k.a. Satan is a French blackened grind raw punk metal mix from Grenoble formed in 2009.
- albums: "Lt. Dan / Satan / Violent Gorge / Pizza Hi Five", "Satan / Sete Star Sept", "Satan / Whoresnation"
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Quotes about Satan!
I ask for refuge to Allah from Satan the exiled evildoer.
In the name of Allah the Kind and the Merciful Giver.
Surely spendthrifts are the brothers of Satan
And Satan tends to be ungrateful to his Lord as much as he can. (Asif Andalib)
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