Stories about Angels and Archangels are often told and heard. Usually, these stories about them are pleasant and overall that of natural goodness and kindness. The definition of an angel usually is that of a spiritual, celestial being and superior to man in both power and intelligence. But we may wonder what would happen when an angel would turn to the opposite of positive nature.
There is controversy about the concept of fallen angels mentioning Lucifer and others. Whatever is the concept, people have accepted the notion that there is that some kind of force or entity outside of ourselves that makes us turn away from God and push us towards evil.
The story continues to reveal that because of pride there were some angels who did not return the love of God. Considered to be under the command of Satan, these proud angels are called Demons. The Bible described Satan as the Prince of Demons, and being a peer with the greatest Angels, is a very powerful adversary.
It was presented that Satan took the opposite side of Archangel Michael who was ordained by God. And so it goes that he is now believed to be the leader of all negativity, evil thoughts and deeds that men would do, and thus a temptation personified. Apparently, his demons cannot possess a Christian whose body is a Temple of the Holy Spirit, but it will not stop them to give evil influence which they can do. Using his doctrine of evil, Satan would use this method to trap and neutralize a believer if he can get away with it.
The fall from grace of the devil are told in many stories, and Christians are taught to be on the watch of his negative influences.
It is said that the fallen angels descended to earth in the continent of Atlantis, and formed a sort of angelic government, with their headquarters called Mt. Herman. Mt. Herman was described as the highest point on Atlantis, and there a city was built called Mt. Olympus where the fallen angels conduct their meetings of playing God.
Enoch provided the names of these fallen angels and the specific secrets they were accused of telling. Their organization would be for 18 angels to supervise 10 lesser angels and the names of these 18 angels are Semizaz as the leader, Arakiba, Rameel, Kokabiel, Ramiel,, Tamiel, Danel, Ezeqeel, Baraquijal, Asael, ARmaros, Batarel, Ananel, Zaqiel, Samsapeel, Satarel, Turel, Jomjael, and Sariel. It was told that these angels went down on Mt. Herman and the leader Semiazaz recited to others the Oath of Defection.