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As you may know, the most interesting internet series made by YouTuber, Fennah, has been on the rise since November 12, 2012. But, what if the series known as, Satellite City, is not what you think it is? Let me explain why that's the case. The universe known as The Kivouack is actually the spirit realm. In the spirit world, people have bodies, live in houses, enjoy community life, and are surrounded by landscapes are like those of Earth, with familiar plants and animals. However, things work very differently in spiritual reality. Everything there is vivid and much more alive. What we see responds to what we are thinking. We always have all the time we need. Particular individuals are only as near or as far away as our thoughts of them, and thinking of a person or place can actually bring us there.

But it also represents Hell.

Hell is, simply put, the part of creation that is farthest away from the Lord. If we visualize heaven as being in the form of a human being as described above, hell would be the area beneath that being’s feet. The popular image of hell is a place of fiery torment, a pit into which God casts sinners as punishment for their crimes. The picture that Swedenborg paints is very different.

Firstly, he says, God does not judge anyone or condemn them to hell in order to punish them. Rather, it is human beings themselves who choose hell by consistently choosing to act selfishly or cruelly toward others. In other words, no one is ever sent to hell for a single act—but embracing an evil action, justifying it rather than repenting and seeking forgiveness, is the first step on the road to hell.

In Swedenborg’s experience, there is no Devil or Satan who is the counterpart to God, but he refers to the inhabitants of hell as “devils” or “satans,” and they can play the same role, tempting human beings on earth to do wrong (just as angels can try to influence them to do right). Nor is it God or the angels who torment people in hell, but people in hell who torture each other, lying and manipulating and inflicting pain on others in an attempt to dominate them and gain power.

Like the angels in heaven, all devils were once human beings; there are no beings in either heaven or hell who were not once living on earth. To angels, the inhabitants of hell are twisted and misshapen and live in buildings that are ugly, filthy, and have a horrible stench. However, to the inhabitants of hell their surroundings seem pleasant, and to each other they can even be attractive. Devils, therefore, prefer hell to heaven, and would not choose to live anywhere else even if they were given the option. They find heaven repulsive, and cannot stand its light for even a few moments. They perceive heavenly teachings as sickly sweet and may dismiss good people as being too idealistic or impractical.

Hell has different regions and levels just as heaven does, and Swedenborg will often refer to “the hells” in the plural. The deepest hells are also the darkest and coldest (since the Lord is the source of light and heat in the world). The only light and warmth in hell arises from the fires of malice that emanate from its inhabitants. Those who live in the deepest hells are the ones who embrace evil on the innermost levels of their being, who love themselves more than anything else, and who find great delight in inflicting pain on others.

Now, well all that said, let's get into this...

The Theory

1. Shuck is Astaroth: (also Ashtaroth, Astarot and Asteroth) he is referred to in The Lesser Key of Solomon as a very powerful demon. In art, in the Dictionnaire Infernal, Astaroth is depicted as a nude man with feathered wings, wearing a crown, holding a serpent in one hand, and riding a beast with dragon-like wings and a serpent-like tail. According to Sebastien Michaelis he is a demon of the First Hierarchy, who seduces by means of laziness, vanity, and rationalized philosophies. 

Astaroth's seal (according to The Lesser Key of Solomon). His adversary is St. Bartholomew, who can protect against him for he has resisted Astaroth's temptations. To others, he teaches mathematical sciences and handicrafts, can make men invisible and lead them to hidden treasures, and answers every question formulated to him. He was also said to give to mortal beings the power over serpents. His name is possibly taken from the goddess Asherah or Astarte.

2. Winifred is Lilith: Lilith is a figure in Jewish mythology, developed earliest in the Babylonian Talmud (3rd to 5th century AD). Lilith is often envisioned as a dangerous succubus, who is sexually wanton, and who steals babies in the darkness. Lilith may be linked in part to a historically earlier class of female demons (lilītu) in ancient Mesopotamian religion, found in cuneiform texts of Sumer, the Akkadian Empire, Assyria, and Babylonia. In Jewish folklore, Alphabet of Sirach (c. 700–1000 CE) onwards, Lilith appears as Adam's first wife, who was created at the same time (Rosh Hashanah) and from the same clay as Adam—compare Genesis 1:27. (This contrasts with Eve, who was created from one of Adam's ribs: Genesis 2:22.) The legend developed extensively during the Middle Ages, in the tradition of Aggadah, the Zohar, and Jewish mysticism. For example, in the 13th-century writings of Isaac ben Jacob ha-Cohen, Lilith left Adam after she refused to become subservient to him and then would not return to the Garden of Eden after she had coupled with the archangel Samael.

3. Lucy Lacemaker is Glasya-Labolas: (also Caacrinolaas, Caassimolar, Classyalabolas, Glassia-labolis, Glasya Labolas, or Gaylos-Lobos) this demon is the mighty President of Hell who commands thirty-six legions of demons. He is the author and captain of manslaughter and bloodshed, tells all things past and to come, gains the minds and love of friends and foes causing love among them if desired, incites homicides and can make a man invisible.

4. Hyzenthlay is Nimrod: Nimrod is a former King and Martyr. He has been obsessed with the need to dominate heaven and becoming a God. This lead him to worshiping the Red Goddess (Helgan from episode 16: Wisdom), making him forming numerous cults, rituals and sacrifices. Throughout his endless journey to obtain power, the Red Goddess answered his call and granted him power, making him a half breed between Demon and Human. Nimrod continues to create monuments to honor the Red Goddess, even creating a tower that is believed to 'reach the heavens'. The Red Goddess gave Nimrod another test to grant him even more power, if he wishes to partake this task. Nimrod agreed and was tested to live and survive the blizzard mountain for several days, and perform a ritual to confirmed that he completed his task.

There was worshipers along with him during that time, but later was told that they did not survived and was killed by Nimrod to use their bodies to warm himself. Nimrod later survived the freezing mountain, and was awakened back in his kingdom, he soon became more stronger and continued his goal to rule the heavens. Though the power he obtained cost him to have terrible luck to those around him, making those hysterical and homicidal. As God saw Nimrods power growing, God brought a plague on his kingdom to attempt to cause fear to Nimrod, however he was unaffected by what God did and was more furious that God did not face him and blames him the chaos being brought to his kingdom; not knowing that it was his power that brings terrible luck and chaos to those near him and not God. This lead him to push his workers even more to build his tower, However when Nimrod became more desperate and eager to gain even more power, he soon sought to rule Hell as well, even if it meant to make the Red Goddess bow down to him.

During a night event, one of Nimrod's slaves gave him poison berries (not knowing that they are poisoned), causing Nimrod to see the inner demon of everyone around him, as he attempted to cast them away (not knowing that they are not real) the Red Goddess descends, causing Nimrod to cower in fear of the presence of the Red Goddess.

He has since tried to escape Hell, but fails... everytime...

5. Fleischer is Lucifer: Lucifer, also known as the Light Bringer and the Light Bearer, was one of the first of God's creations, the second angel created after Michael, and His favorite. Lucifer was said to be the brightest in all of creation and was the most revered to and the most praised among the angels for his beauty and power. This in the process, caused Lucifer to be prideful of himself. While he is highly regarded as an archangel, Lucifer is said to be a Seraphim and the first one to be created from the choir, thus he was appointed as the prince of the choir.

After creating Heaven and the Earth, Lucifer's pride grew. That is when God tasked him with watching over and guiding His creations. However, he became dissatisfied with following God alongside the fact that his Father favored the new creations known as humans, especially when having that a 'perfect' being like him would have to watch over these creatures like a Shepard over his flock. He wanted to bring about a new era with himself on Heaven's throne. Lucifer rebelled against God, with the support of many angels. However, Lucifer was overcome by the archangel Michael, with God then banishing him and his followers from Heaven.


Lucifer fell for a long time, until he landed in Hell, and made it his domain. Since conquering Hell, he not only rules over the fallen angels, but also the demons that were native to Hell. He is known by many epithets, including Satan, the Devil, the "Prince of Darkness", Beelzebub, and Mephistopheles although these were later attributed to the actual demons themselves, the names themselves describe Lucifer's power and wickedness. After the birth of Jesus Christ, Lucifer offered him the world in exchange for his allegiance. However, Christ rejected him. Lucifer still yearns to return to Heaven and eventually take the throne he feels he is destined to sit on.

The reason for Lucifer's rebellion differs from interpretation to interpretation, however, the three most accepted reasons of the fall is a refusal to bow down to mankind upon its creation, disagreement about God's plan of salvation, or the sin of Pride in aspiring to overthrow his creator and become ruler of Heaven himself. Nevertheless, he is widely and ultimately regarded as the angel that rebelled against his creator. For such an act, he was also identified with Satan himself even though the two are completely separate beings. But it is because of his rebellion and pride that his actions are considered so malevolent that he would be compared to the Devil.

6. Ludwig is Satan: Satan is a prominent figure in the Abrahamic religions, playing various roles in their literature. He is known for bringing evil and temptation, and is known as the deceiver who leads humanity astray. Satan is even able to take control of the life of a person in the stead of God, though only to a limited extent to what God allows. Satan would appear to those who are sinful, playing into their hearts and towing them into despair.

He is described as the "ruler of the demons" and "the God of this Age". In Revelation, Satan appears as a Great Red Dragon, who is ultimately banished from Heaven by Michael the Archangel. Satan is also known as the Devil and, although the Book of Genesis does not mention him, he is often identified with the serpent in the Garden of Eden. Satan's appearance is never described in the Bible, but, since the ninth century, he has sometimes been shown with horns, cloven hooves, hairy legs, and a tail, often naked and holding a pitchfork, an amalgam of traits derived from various pagan deities including Pan, Poseidon, and Bes, though he is able to alter his physical appearance.

Satan is said to also be associated with one of the Seven Deadly Sins being Wrath. He is also one of the Seven Princes of Hell. Before his fall, Satan was a Seraphim and a prince of the choir, showing his status as the supreme Seraph as Lucifer is over the Archangels. However, it is believed that Satan was something else before he was appointed as a Seraphim. He himself states that he is a bit of an enigma. Scholars state that Satan was an ancient spirit or force that existed when the first spark of creation was lit, possibly around or before the Earth was created. He is believed to have once been a wandering spirit with no purpose, confused of his surroundings and existence until God appointed him with being a judge. It was until then that he soon became a prince of the Seraphim.

When God commanded the angels to bow to the first human Adam, Satan (then an angel called Lucifer or Helel) rallied other angels against this command with the belief that angels are above all other creations. He and other "fallen angels" fought against the forces of God and were utterly defeated; as a result, Satan was cast down into Hell. After his fall, Satan became the King of the Inferno and the lord of all demonkind, surpassing even the nigh-omnipotent Lucifer. Despite having rulership over Hell, he remains imprisoned in the depths of the Abyss.

Contrary to popular belief, after the fall it is believed that Lucifer became a demon when his heart was filled to the brim with corruption and darkness. However, regardless of his appearance, Lucifer remains to be a fallen angel rather than a true demon. He is simply regarded as a demon due to his character and appearance. Satan, however, completely discarded his angelic origins and fully embraced his current status as a demon. Thus, Satan is the first true demon.

The Masters of the Kivouack are dark gods, and the rest of the Kivouackians are either demons or other monsters. Sullivan, however, met Ludwig in 1996, he seems to be the only tolerable human to Ludwig. Which means he's known Ludwig for 23 years.

So either he's way older than he looks or Ludwig took him in as a kid. It is certainly unknown to this day, but despite certain theories, this leads to one conclusion...

Sullivan, is in fact, the Antichrist.

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