“Notwithstanding I have a few things against thee, because thou sufferest that woman Jezebel, which calleth herself a prophetess, to teach and to seduce my servants to commit fornication, and to eat things sacrificed unto idols.” (Revelations 2:20, King James Bible)
While alive, Jezebel was the wife of Ahab, king of North Israel. Many ancient texts refer to her as the evil power behind his throne and a major worshiper of Baal. It was her influence that allowed for the creation and royal patronage of the religion. After her husband’s death her son, Jehoram became king. Unfortunately for her, his reign came to a quick end after he was ran over by a war chariot. Jehu, the driver of the killing vehicle, becomes the new king and orders the eunuchs serving Jezebel to kill her by pushing her out of a high window and to let her corpse lie on the street for roaming dogs to eat. Before being pushed to her death, Jezebel convinced her eunuchs to give her a moment to apply her make-up and to dress up in her most beautiful finery.
After her death, Jezebel has become one of the busiest demons working today. Her spirit is often used by adherers of witchcraft and rebellion. Being a well known man-hater, she is one of the “controlling spirits” behind feminism. Her goal is to create disorder and spread evil by either tempting good men into temptation by sexual seduction or emasculating men by being gregarious, outspoken, highly visible, and modern.
Another name to describe Jezebel is “Satan’s woman.”