The Fallen Angels – Who are They?
The fallen angels are those angels who followed Lucifer in the Great Rebellion.
Their consciousness therefore “fell” to lower levels of vibration and awareness as they were, by cosmic law, “cast out into the earth” by Archangel Michael and his legions of good angels.
The fallen angels are known by many names: the fallen ones, Luciferians, Watchers, Nephilim, “giants in the earth,” Satanists, Serpents, sons of Belial, etc.
The word Nephilim comes from the Hebrew, meaning “those who fell” or “those who were cast down,” from the Semitic root naphal, meaning “to fall. ” In the Greek Septuagint, a late translation of the Hebrew scriptures, the word Nephilim is rendered as “giants” (Gen. 6:4; Num. 13:33).
The ascended masters reveal that the Nephilim are the fallen angels cast out of heaven into the earth (Rev. 12:7-10, 12). They are of the lineage and descent of “the Watchers” revealed in the Book of Enoch. Cambridge scholar and author C. S. Lewis wrote about the modus operandi of “bad angels” in his renowned Screwtape Letters. His psychological analysis of these bad angels is keenly descriptive of these embodied Watchers.
The fallen angels were constrained by the karma of their disobedience to God and his Christ, and by their blasphemy of his children. Their punishment was to take on the same dense physical bodies we wear and to evolve as humans.
Why Does God Allow Evil?
Elizabeth Clare Prophet takes on the challenge to answer this big question. If God is a God of love, why does he allow the continuation of evil? The answer goes back to an historical understanding of the truth of the fallen angels: The fallen angels lusted after the “daughters of men,” embodied on earth, corrupted the souls of her people…and continued to embody on earth for half a million years—up to and including the present!
The Book of Enoch
Who was Enoch? In the Bible, Genesis says Enoch “walked with God” and “was not, for God took him.” The Book of Enoch reveals that God allowed Enoch to return to earth to give his children certain secrets.
The premise of the Book of Enoch is that rebel angels took on human bodies to fulfill their lust for the “daughters of men,” and that they taught men to build weapons of war. The Book of Enoch was cherished by the Essenes, early Jews and Christians, but later condemned by both rabbis and Church Fathers. The book was denounced, banned and “lost” for over a thousand years until, in 1773, a Scottish explorer discovered three copies in Ethiopia.