The Pontiff Sulyvahn bestowed a double-slashing sword upon a distant daughter of the formal royal family, ordering her to serve first as a dancer, and then as an outrider knight, the equivalent to exile.
Her Majesty Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, Ireland and the British Dominions beyond the Seas Queen, Defender of the Faith, Duchess of Edinburgh, Countess of Merioneth, Baroness Greenwich, Duke of Lancaster, Lord of Mann, Duke of Normandy, Sovereign of the Most Honourable Order of the Garter, Sovereign of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath, Sovereign of the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle, Sovereign of the Most Illustrious Order of Saint Patrick, Sovereign of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Sovereign of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Sovereign of the Distinguished Service Order, Sovereign of the Imperial Service Order, Sovereign of the Most Exalted Order of the Star of India, Sovereign of the Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire, Sovereign of the Order of British India, Sovereign of the Indian Order of Merit, Sovereign of the Order of Burma, Sovereign of the Royal Order of Victoria and Albert, Sovereign of the Royal Family Order of King Edward VII, Sovereign of the Order of Merit, Sovereign of the Order of the Companions of Honour, Sovereign of the Royal Victorian Order, Sovereign of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem.
the crippling royal family, what the First Order lacks is a weapon of mass
destruction. But getting what they want will come at cost and bring forth much
Erso (Arden Cho) is a criminal and also the daughter of an infamous First Order
scientist, so spends her time jumping under name after name. With little luxury
for a political opinion, she adapts to the new governing powers that sweep her
country while desperately hoping no one figures out who she really is. Cassian
Andor serves as a Captain in the hidden Resistance of his country. Eagar to
serve and willing to do anything in the name of freedom, missions often put for
him on the road for months at a time. At least, he’s got a freshly un-brainwashed
and very sarcastic, quadriplegic best friend to keep him company. Chirrut
Îmwe, after failing a vow and being rejected from the Jedi Order, still finds the
Force speaking to him in no way different than from before. With the help and
semi-reluctant protection of his life partner, Baze Malbus, together they plan
to pave their own path as a different shade of Jedi. Bodhi
Rook leaves behind the security of a dead end First Order job running deliveries
around the country and chooses to do the bravest thing he may ever possibly do.
By safekeeping the message of a kind and lonely man, he will kick start
something far beyond his or anyone else’s comprehension.
Lucifer may be the strongest Demon King but he’s not the oldest.
I’ve been thinking about this for a while and I came up with the theory that a Demon King’s power is not corresponding with their age. If you want to know why, you better buckle up and get your crucifixes ready because I’m going to talk Christianity here!
Light and Time
Maybe it’s just me but I found the fact that the King of Light is supposed to be stronger than the King of Time a little weird. The element of time and space seems more omnipotent to me than the element of light, which is just kind of there.
And this is when it hit me: It’s the order in which the elements were created in the Bible!
See, creating heavens and earth in complete darkness was manageable but for the fine tuning God kinda needed to see what the fuck he was doing. Boom! Let there be light! And he separated it from darkness and thus day and night were created. Wait, day and night? Yup, this is the point at which time was created. Otherwise, we wouldn’t be able to talk about “days“ of creation, now would we?
There! So Lucifer is older and stronger than Samael because the latter’s domain literally wouldn’t exist without the former’s.
The Elements of Creation
WARNING: From here on things will start to get crazy.
Now, let’s go back a step. In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Not earth as in soil. More like, in the beginning there were the heavens and water. It wasn’t ocean because he didn’t call it that yet but yes, God created water before he created light and time. How crazy is that?
The order we have now is: water, light, time. And all of this in only one day! He never was this productive ever again tho.
The second day was one of those days. God didn’t get all the shit done he intended to, in fact he only managed to create the sky/air. But that’s okay.
Now, on the third day, due to existence of the air, the water started moving and gathered in certain places while leaving others dry. And God was like “yeah, let’s go with that” and he called the dry parts earth. Thus, earth was created, I guess.
Wow, try telling that to your kid! “We planned to have your brothers. You just kind of happened.“
Anyway, He created weed for everyone! And big-ass trees. “Yup, you are adopted in a way but because I added trees you are now my legitimate son. No buts!” So that’s what happened and then the day was already over.
On the fourth day, God decided not to create anything all new but instead iterate over what he already had. I swear, he’s one lazy fuck. He created stars, sun and moon and, depending on those, days and years.
Again, we have the element of time depending on the element of light. It’s like he wanted to say it twice so everyone gets it.
The rest of Genesis I and II is God creating animals of the sea and sky literally whales and birds IFS!!! (5th day), animals of the earth cattle, worms and sheep and stuff and humans (6th day) and wrapping things up - also blessing the seventh day because that’s when he didn’t have to do shit. #relatable
So, at the end of the week we have six of the eight Demon Kings’ domains created. In order: water, light, time, air, earth and insects (or worms anyway…).
The Elements of Man
Now, this is a little tricky. The creation is followed by the Fall of Man, in which God banishes humans from the Garden of Eden.
For one thing, he bestows mortality upon them. Before that, humans were immortal and also vegans. I will just assume that nothing died before this point, as all living things were meant to populate the world. So I’m taking it as the point of birth for the element of decay.
Further, God posted angels at the gates of the Garden of Eden with flaming swords to prevent the humans from entering it ever again. HA! This is the first explicit mentioning of fire in the Bible and it has to be flaming swords! AnE is so legit!
Now, the thing is, God’s last words to Adam are along the lines of “You shall work your ass off and eat bread until you die and rot.“ So, what came first, mortality or the oven? I’d like to take a moment to imagine Adam getting kicked out of paradise and being cursed with death and all he has to say is “What the hell is “bread”?“
In short, I am not sure which one was first. My guess is that decay came before fire.
According to my theory concerning the order of creation, Gehenna’s royal family in order of age (but not in order of power) is as follows:
Egyn, Lucifer, Samael, Azazel, Amaimon, Beelzebub, Astaroth and Iblis