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10 Things You Should Know About God Enel

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  • Additionally, Enel’s name may be a reference to the ancient Mesopotamian deity Enlil and/or the Semitic deity El (from which descends many names meant to honor the Biblical God, such as Michael and Raphael).
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  • Enel’s name is the same as that of Italy’s largest electricity provider, spelled with identical characters in Japan.
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  • The symbols seen on Enel’s drums are called tomoe and are very common in Japanese heraldry such as family emblems and corporate logos. The tomoe are also present on another One Piece character, Sentomaru.
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  • Enel’s belief that he is a god is also similar to the Celestial Dragons who see themselves as godlike.
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  • Monkey D. Luffy being Enel’s natural enemy (due to his Devil Fruit immunity to Enel’s Goro Goro no Mi) is highly appropriate, as the Family of D. is referred to as “God’s Natural Enemy” and Enel believes himself to be a God.

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