18 Yeshua said to them, “I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven.
18 אכן," ענה ישוע, "ראיתי את השטן נופל מן השמים כברק!
AND SHAMAYIM MIGHT REALLY BE BAMAH:
Luke 10:18 - "And He said unto them, I beheld Satan as lightning falling from the heavens". Jesus spoke these words in Aramaic, the most ancient form of Hebrew.
In Strong's Hebrew dictionary, word number 1299 - a primitive root word meaning to lightnen or (lightning) or to cast forth is baraq (baw-rak').
As in Isaiah 14:16-19. the word for heights or heavens, according to Strong's Hebrew dictionary - word number 1116 - (meaning to be high); an elevation - height, high place, wave is bamah (bam-maw')
In Hebrew, the letter wau or vau is translated as the letter u. Some scholars use the letter o for this transliteration. It is primarily used as a conjunction to join two concepts together.
So Baraq O Bamah or Baraq U Bamah, in Hebrew poetry would translate literally as "lightning from the heights".
The word satan is a direct translation in Hebrew.
So, Jesus' prophecy in Luke 10:18, if spoken by a Jewish Rabbi today, influenced by the poetry of Isaiah..he would say...
"AND I SAW SATAN AS BARAQ O BAMAH"HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM...