I cannot help but to notice that there are certain similarties between the story of Prometheus and that of Satan/Luficer. Bother were once great on the side of God, and both would fall becasue they were given to a rebellous nature.
Prometheus was once a great Titian and a God long before Zeus, and he once stood with Zeus agains Cronos, but he grew to be displeased with Zeus and the way that Zeus viewed and treated both the other Olympians, and the mortals on earth. So he saught to rebel against Zeus, whom is descirebd as being the all seeing and knowing father of the gods. He tricked Zeus to give fire to the mortals below and for this he was punnished but Prometheus was not punished alone, the entire world of Titians whom were sene as rebel gods were punnished along with him. In punishment Proemetheus was to be changed for all etenrity, where an eagle, or in some accounts a vulture would constnatly feed upon his liver, as it would grow back again each time it was devored. So the punishment was endless.
Now in the story of Satan, as with Prometheus, Satan once was illustrious. He was a glorious angel, said to be the most beloved of God. The All Seeing Father. And just like with Prometheus dispute came on account of the mortals, though in this case the roles would be changed slightly. While Prometheus had pity and compassion for the mortals, and Zeus looked down to them, in the case of Lucifer, God seemed to cherrish the mortals above the angels and gave them free will which was denied the angels, Lucifer grew jealous of God’s affections for these mortal men and rebled against God as he thought Gods treatment of the angels was unfair, and this can be paralled to the way Prometheus viewed Zeus’s treatment of the Titans.
In punsiment Lucifer was cast out of heaven just as Prometheus was cast from Olymepious, and just as Proemetheus, Lucifer’s punishment would be an endless and never-ending tourment.