Evil in its broadest sense may be described as the totality of the opposition to the wishes and desires of the individual that empirically exists in the universe. This opposition manifests in the myriad sufferings in which ordinary human existence abounds. In this sense, from the point of view of human welfare, Evil is the aspect of creation that will always exist, especially in a Cosmos created by a compassionate, just, omniscient and omnipotent. However, there is no aspect of humanity that is not affected by the effects of Evil. It is this discrepancy between what is and what ought to be, between reality and wishful thinking, which invokes a deep desire to seek an explanation for this situation of the existence of apparent capricious dEvil. His voice became that of the inferno: a rushing, booming howl of icy evil that flew around the great cavern, as swift and cold as the Wendigo on skates. “I am Satan, also called Lucifer the Light Bearer… and I am his right hand!