In our decadent, modern world, there are many who claim to be followers of Lucifer. These Luciferian minions (and they are Legion) are convinced they worship the chief fallen watcher – who actually is known by another name, and they believe that their leader Lucifer is identified in Scripture. A little news for the Luciferians: no such name exists in Scripture. The name was inserted by Eusebius to spin a Latin understanding on a difficult Hebrew text.
So you see the text typically set forth as ““How you are fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning!”
Compare that with the text as set forth in the Eth Cepher:
Yesha’yahu (Isaiah) 14:12
How are you fallen from heaven, O Heylel, son of the howling morning! how are you cut down to the ground, which did weaken the nations!
Let’s take a look at the Hebrew, shall we?
14:12 (איך) Eyk (נפלת) naphaloth (משׁמים) ma’shamayim (הילל) heylel (בן) ben (שׁחר) shachar (נגדעת) na’gadaoth (לארץ) l’eretz (חולשׁ) cholash (על) al (גוים) goyim.
Rather than get into the grit of the Hebrew, let’s take a look specifically at the word (הילל) heylel which was the word interpreted by Eusebius as Lucifer (followed 1599 GNV, 1611 KJV, NKJV, DRA, WYC) day-star (followed by ASB, ESV, ISV, Message) or morning star (followed by AMP, CEB, CJB, NASB, NIV).
Only the Orthodox Jewish Bible and the Eth Cepher set forth the name Heylel (Heilel OJB).
It is worth noting that the word (הילל) heylel (Strong’s H1966) appears only once in Scripture, and as a result, we see a construct which is assumed to arise from the root (הָלַל) halal, (Strong’s H1984) meaning to shine, which of course then lends to the conclusion that the word heylel should be described as the shining one, which then becomes the morning star, or the day star. But the word for star in the Hebrew is (כּוֹכָב) kokav (Strong’s H3556).
However, the use of the letter heh (ה) is often a prefix, meaning the. If this is the case in the use of the word (הילל) heylel, this creates the word h’yalael (spelled הילל). This gives us the word the yalal (יָלַל), (Strong’s H3213) meaning the howling.
Therefore, the passage would read: How are you fallen from heaven, the howling son of morning! how are you cut down to the ground, which did weaken the nations!
While we could have said that, we elected to use both meanings of the word, giving us the verse as it appears in the Eth Cepher.
"Heylel, son of the howling morning!"