Sorry, but that is a delusion, there is no superman satan/devil. You can only delude yourself by not reading the scriptures!
Originally Posted by newnature
1 Pet. 5, 8, It is exρressly called "the opponent(accuser) (αντιofικofς) of the brethren," See AdVOCATE. The word is found in the plural number and adjective sense in 1 Tim 3, 11; with the articles as a descriptive name, except that in John 6, 70, it is apρlied to Judas (as to Peter in Μatt. 16, 23), because they were doing Satan's work. (On John 11, 31, see Εngelhard's (Commentatio, Εrf 1794; Hane, Schriflerkl. ρ. 51-75; on Heb. 2, 14, Anon. De Diaboflo, Gott 1784; Oestmann, De loco 1 Pet. 5, 8, Gryph.1816).
The belief of the Hebrews down to the Babylonian exile seems but dimly to have recognized either Satan or demons, at least as a dogmatic tenet, nor had it many occasions for them, since it treated moral evils as a properly humans act (comp. Gen. 3), and always as subjective and concrete, but regarded misfortunes according to teleological axioms, as a punishment deserved on account of sin at the hand of a righteous God, who inflicted it especially by the agency of one of his angels(2 Sam. 24,16; comp. 2 kings xix, 35), and was according looked upon as the proper author of every afflictive disρensation (Amos 3, 64, Apparitions were part of the ρoρular creed : there were beings inimical to mankind inhabiting solitude, but not yet adopted in the association of religious ideas.
Yet in all this he is as little like the Ahriman of the Zend Aνesta (Rhode, Heil. Sage, p. 182 sq.; Matthai, Religionsgloube d. Apostel, II, i, 171 sq.; Creuzer, Symbol. i. 705) as an indifferent prosecuting attorney general or judicial suρerintendent commissioned by Jehovah.
Thus the rendering of διαβολος and διαμονιον by the same word 'devil' is a grievous loss ; and it is much to be regretted that Wycliffe's translation of διαμονιον by ' fiend ' was not adopted by Tyndale, in which case it would probably have become the current rendering. Cook page.5, 10