Lucifer is the morning star, he is a daemon of both wisdom and enlightment. In other words, the saying means may Lucifer lead your path to enlightment or/and wisdom.
Jesus Christ has often been referred to The bringer of light (and truth) Revelation 22:16 . But all those who preach of Christ and His word may also claim the same title. The word "Lucifer" comes from 2 Latin words: Lux (=light) + ferous (=to bear or carry). Thus the name "Lucifer" means:Light-bearer or Light-bringer.
The Deputy - 1959 The Lucifer Urge 1-33 was released on: USA: 14 May 1960
Lucifer is the Latin equivalent of 'luciferous'. It also may be translated as 'light bearing, light bringing'. It's the masculine form of the adjective. The feminine and neuter forms are 'lucifera' and 'luciferum', respectively. It also may be used as a noun, to refer to the morning star; or to one of the mythological sons of Aurora.
Because a straight line is the shortest path it can follow between two points. However a locally straight line may not be a globally straight line. This is how a gravitational field bends the path of light according to General Relativity.
It appears that Lucifer is the antithesis of all that is good. God is all that is good. So, it is unlikely, but - with God being involved - nothing is impossible. Lucifer is a creation of God - and even he may repent of his actions. An all-merciful God would then be obliged to accept that repentance and accept Lucifer into heaven once more.
Not very advisable if you are riding off road because you may not be able to see stones or holes in your path. Along a road would be ok, but cars may not be aware of you in poor light
There are two main areas of similarity. The first is that light passes through a converging lens as well as through a prism. This may sound trivial, but light will not pass through a block of wood! The second similarity is that in both situations the rays of light will be refracted: they will be bent at the boundaries between the different media.
A cuboid may or may not be transparent to light. In the latter case, light will not travel through the cuboid.The path of a light beam through a transparent cuboid depends on the angle at which the beam is incident on the surface of the cuboid as well as on the optical properties (uniform refractivity or not) of the material of the cuboid.
I believe the word you are looking for may be "Leaven."
You can turn, but do it cautionously. Other cars may also be coming.
Considerable controversy exists over the origin of Lucifer, so no definite answers can be given. The modern view of Lucifer seems to derive from the Christian Bible as a fallen angel figure. However, this may be preceded by an ancient Canaanite myth about Attar, god of the morning star, who failed to usurp the throne of Baal, another god. The name "Lucifer" derives from the Latin word for "morning star," but the story may be much older than Christianity.
Nothing happens at all, unless there is a complete conducting path back to the battery's positive side. Once you have that, current will flow, and the light bulb may light up.