"Lucifer" came from a Christian mistranslation of Isaiah 14:12
How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning ! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!
Fact #1: "Lucifer" is a latin word. No such thing in hebrew or judaism...
In Latin, from which the English word is derived, Lucifer means "light-bearer" (from the words lucem ferre)
we have no "Lucifer" whatsoever
Fact #2: Isaiah 14 (christianity's only reference for lucifer) was all about the King of Babylon:
From Jewish Bible...
4. And you shall bear this parable against the king of Babylon, and you shall say, "How has the dominator ceased, has ceased the haughty one!
12. How have you fallen from heaven, the morning star? You have been cut down to earth, You who cast lots on nations.
16. Those who see you shall look at you; shall gaze earnestly at you, 'Is this the man who caused the earth to quake, who wrought havoc among the kingdoms?