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    bloodysoul is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default Beelzebub c119

    Latest Update : Beelzebub - Chapter 119

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    Kanzan is offline Senior Member Regular
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    I'm looking forward to Oga using the Spirit Bomb.
    "This life's hard, man, but it's harder if you're stupid."


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    gigadriver is offline Banned Newbie
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    The bible doesn't say that!

    “Beelzebub” is the Greek form of the name “Baal-zebub,” a pagan Philistine god worshiped in the ancient Philistine city of Ekron during the Old Testament times. It is a term signifying “the lord of flies” (2 Kings 1:2). Even archaeological excavations at ancient Philistine sites have uncovered golden images of flies. It was later on that the Jews changed the name to “Beelzeboul,” as used in the Greek New Testament, meaning “the lord of dung.” It referenced the god of the fly which was worshiped to obtain deliverance from the injuries of that insect.

 

 

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