Abraxas is the name of Jake English's browser of choice and the denizen of his land. The icon color of Abraxas is associated with Jake and Jade's chat text color. Abraxas is traditionally depicted as having the head of a rooster and serpents for legs.
Abraxas was a word of mystic meaning in the system of the Gnostic Basilides. This is the second Denizen that appears in Gnostic texts (the first being Yaldabaoth). Opinions abound on Abraxas, who in recent centuries has been claimed to be both an Egyptian god and a demon. The Swiss Psychologist Carl Jung wrote a short Gnostic treatise called "The Seven Sermons to the Dead", which called Abraxas a God higher than the Christian God and Devil, that combines all opposites into one Being. These interpretations may be connected to Calliope and Caliborn, and Lrd English. Due to this, it is noteworthy to mention that Calliope told Jake that he would show English his first defeat. It may also be noted that Jade's chum handle is gardenGnostic. It also has Calliope's colors (the dark green of her skin and the bright green of her cheeks.) Ouroboros is also a Gnostic concept, and is linked heavily to the Cherubs, much like Jake himself is.
In a great majority of instances the name Abraxas is associated with a singular composite figure, having a Chimera-like appearance somewhat resembling a basilisk or the Greek personification of time, Chronos. This may be another connection to Lrd English.
In addition, the Greek letters in ΑΒΡΑΣΑΞ (Abrasax, another spelling of Abraxas' name) are denoted as numbers in this way: Α = 1, Β = 2, Ρ = 100, Α = 1, Σ = 200, Α = 1, Ξ = 60. A series of 6's, 1's, and 2's.
In part 1 of Openbound, Meenah discovers some ancient green serpent bones in a chest. It seems that prehistoric green serpents played a large role in Alternia's mythology, before and after the Scratch. Owing to the green color and the beak, it is possible that these bones are those of Abraxas, as they match Jake's browser icon. This also adds credence to Abraxas' connections to the cherubs, particularly because of their described in Aranea's exposition. In fact, they might even be cherub bones.