Satan, also known as the Devil, the Desolate One or the Fallen Angel, is regarded by Christianity and various religious groups as the supreme overlord of the hierarchy of Hell. According to the Christian Bible, Satan was originally an angel called Lucifer, but he was exiled from Heaven after a failed rebellion against God.
It was indicated by Damien Thorn in The Final Conflict that the accidents and other events that caused the deaths of those who discovered his identity as the Antichrist (and therefore threatened his life, the secrecy of his identity, and/or his rise to power) were influenced by Satan, Damien's father.
Some fans believed that The Raven was the form which Satan took on Earth.
The Omen III: The Final ConflictEditWhen Damien sensed that the Second Coming of Christ was approaching, he expressed rage and blame towards Christ for Satan's exile from Heaven. Damien also vowed to Satan that he would avenge his exile from Heaven by destroying Christ, but Damien ultimately failed and died.
- In the Omen Books, and once in the film Damien - Omen II, the Antichrist was referred to as being a projection or incarnation of Satan.
- In some of Katherine Thorn's nightmares of Damien in The Omen, a figure in a red cloak with a jackal's skull for a head was seen with Damien. Some fans believed that this was Satan himself.