Who is Alastor in Bible? Alastor, a black horse belonging to the Greek God Hades. He was one of the four horses drawing Hades’s chariot when he rose from the Underworld to bring Persephone down with him. The other three were Orphnaeus, Aethon, and Nycteus. Alastor, in Christian demonology, came to be considered a kind of possessing entity.
What is an Alastor? Definition of Alastor
: any of certain avenging deities or spirits especially in Greek antiquity.
What does Alastor the demon do? Alastor is a high-ranking archdemon, and the chief executioner to the monarch of Hell. One of his epithets is the “Evil Genius of the Household” meaning that Alastor is the demon that conducts the most heinous, depraved, and unbearably cruel tortures in the pits of Hell.
Is Alastor a Greek god? Alastor, an epithet of the Greek god Zeus, according to Hesychius of Alexandria and the Etymologicum Magnum, which described him as the avenger of evil deeds, specifically familial bloodshed. As the personification of a curse, it was also a sidekick of the Erinyes.