The Facts About Fallen Angels

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“There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown.”

There is a misconception regarding the Sons of God that cohabitated with the daughters of men. Many I’ve noticed, are of the belief that the sons of God regarding Genisis 6 is Cane and his descendants. Others believe that they were angels, but are the legions upon legions of angels that fell with Lucifer before the creation of man.

But no, it wasn’t Satan or the unimaginable number of angels cast out of heaven with him who “came in unto the daughters of men.” Satan was responsible for the spiritual deaths, and the literal and eventual deaths of Adam and Eve when he tricked Eve into sinning against God by disobeying His command of not eating from the tree of knowledge. And that Cane and Seth being the sons of God just makes no sense at all.

When the Bible speaks of the Fallen Angels, Angels that cohabitated with the daughters of men, or the daughters of Adam, the Bible was talking about a group of two hundred “Holy Angels” that were called the Watchers. Angels that were there to watch over humankind, but instead these angels became, so enamored with women, that they made a pact to take and sire children with them. This fact eludes many. The book of Enoch was not a canonized book like the rest of the Bible. Still, I believe that the book was allowed to survive by God for a reason. This book, after all, was part of the Dead Sea Scrolls discovered in 1947. Enjoy an excerpt from a video of the book of Enoch.