Abraxas (アブラクサス, Aburakusasu) is a demon in the series.
In Gnosticism, Abrasax, or Abraxas, is an Aeon, a divine being residing in the Pleroma. In a great majority of instances the name Abrasax is associated with a singular composite figure, having a Chimera-like appearance somewhat resembling a basilisk or the Greek primordial god Chronos (not to be confused with the Greek titan Cronus). According to E. A. Wallis Budge, "as a Pantheus, i.e. All-God, he appears on the amulets with the head of a cock (Phœbus) or of a lion (Ra or Mithras), the body of a man, and his legs are serpents which terminate in scorpions, types of the Agathodaimon. In his right hand he grasps a club, or a flail, and in his left is a round or oval shield." This form was also referred to as the Anguipede. Budge surmised that Abrasax was "a form of the Adam Kadmon of the Kabbalists and the Primal Man whom God made in His own image". Some theorize that he is an Egyptian god, but there seems to be no evidence of this.
- Shin Megami Tensei IMAGINE: Fallen Race
- Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Fallen Race
- Shin Megami Tensei Trading Card: Card Summoner: Fallen Race
- Devil Survivor 2: Fallen Race
- Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation Dx2: Vile Race
Shin Megami Tensei IMAGINEEdit
Devil Survivor 2Edit
"A fallen angel with the head of a rooster and the lower half of a snake. It wields a flail and shield. It was originally the ultimate entity in Gnosticism, but eventually came to be regarded as a fallen angel in Christian lore. He created the physical world, but on the day of judgement, this too will vanish. His figure is often carved into gems and stones as charms known as Abraxas Stones."
Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation Dx2Edit
"Originally the all mighty being in Gnosticism, was later regarded as a fallen angel in Christian Orthodoxy. Wielding a whip in one hand and a shield in the other he has the head of a rooster and the lower body of a snake. The physical world was created by Abraxas, but it is prophesized that on the day of judgement this too will disappear from existence. His figure is often carved into gems and stones as charms known as "Abraxas Stones.""
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil SummonerEdit
Devil Survivor 2Edit
Abraxas as seen in Devil Survivor 2
Abraxas as it appears in Card Summoner