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I don't think you fully understand the meaning behind the parting of the Red Sea. From the first plague, it was a humiliation for the Egyptian gods. However, there was only one force that not even a God could stop, and that was the abyssal waters that have existed since the beginning of time. Or, so the Egyptians thought, for the parting of the Red Sea was God showing the power of his sword, taming the Red Sea and dividing it in two, as he did at the beginning of the world.
Carl Black.

The Red Sea, also known as Yam Suph, is a seawater inlet of the Indian Ocean, lying between Africa and Asia. It is gate that connects both Earth and Hell, so was guarded by one of the Angels of Hell.


The connection to the ocean is in the south through the Bab el Mandeb strait and the Gulf of Aden. To the north lie the Sinai Peninsula, the Gulf of Aqaba, and the Gulf of Suez. The sea is underlain by the Red Sea Rift which is part of the Great Rift Valley. While in Earth, the Red Sea looks like every other sea, in Hell, the Red Sea looks like a literal red sea.


The earliest known exploration of the Red Sea was conducted by ancient Egyptians, as they attempted to establish commercial routes to Punt. One such expedition took place around 2500 BCE, and another around 1500 BCE. Both involved long voyages down the Red Sea. The biblical Book of Exodus tells the account of the Israelites' crossing of a body of water, which the Hebrew text calls Yam Suph. Yam Suph was traditionally identified as the Red Sea.


When Lilith had left Adam, he had in return complained to God that his wife had deserted him. God sent three angels (Senoy, Sansenoy and Semangelof) to take Lilith back to Eden, and when the angels found her by the Red Sea, they threatened her with the loss of 100 of her children every day unless she returned to Adam.

Naamah, Agrat Bat Mahlat, and Eisheth Zenunim were also by the Red Sea when they rejected Adam to be one of his potential wives. It was there that Naamah would consort with the likes of Beelzebub himself. Later, the demon known as Abezethibou, who he fell with Beelzebub, had all but one wing removed and was sealed in the depths of the Red Sea before being freed by Beelzebub centuries later.

During the escape of the Israelites, led by Moses, from the pursuing Egyptians. Moses holds out his staff and the Red Sea is parted by God. The Israelites walk on the dry ground and cross the sea, followed by the Egyptian army under the Pharaoh whose heart was hardened by Abezethibou. Once the Israelites have safely crossed Moses lifts his arms again, the sea closes, and the Egyptians are drowned along with the demon and his legions.

Myths and Legends




  • It is revealed by Anubis that Moses not only opened the Red Sea, but reversed all the water currents on Earth, causing all oceans, lakes, seas, rivers and streams to flow backwards, going against gravity itself.