Azazael and Ana: A Tale of (Probable) Fiction
|I found this evocative image here|
Blurb to the image: This is a scene from the side book, "The Time before time," where Azazael before he becomes Azazel goes on a mad rampart of revenge and attack all who have peeved him off. When Heaven opens up and knock him flat on his behind. She steps through and kiss him to soothe his insurmountable rage.
Oooh! This sounds potentially juicy (!) and interesting when I stumbled across this image entirely by accident, in pursuit of other Azazael-based research. Yeah, I have a lot of coincidences happening like this for me. 😏
To check it out for yourself, click on each image to go the the relevant Amazon page.
Note, at the time of posting, I haven't read these books, so I can't currently give my personal endorsement. However, I have just now purchased them and will no doubt share my insights in due course. I've had a quick look through, and the formatting has some issues, but that doesn't bother me. I know only too well how glitchy that can be from a writer's perspective. And frankly, I'm here for the tale, but I know that it would bother some editor pedants who might read these books.
Which is all to say that you'll need to go on your own inner guidance on whether to purchase these or not. I have no financial interest in your decision.
I thought I would address the question since it’s been asked twice; why is there a differences in the spelling of Azazael’s name.Azazael - According to ancient texts this is his heavenly name when he was a heavenly prince and later became a king.Azazel - The most commonly known spelling of the name is the name he was given after he fell from grace and later became a demon.
So, is this author "in the know"? Personally, I suspect not. Just as EL James probably wasn't either. However, that's not to say that they weren't (cough cough) inspired by metaphysical and/or technological influences. Muses are real, just as they were in mythic times.