To oversimplify it, God is too powerful. One twitch of a (metaphorical) muscle, and poof everything is gone. God created everything, the whole universe, including the dragon (devil/Satan) and demons. Furthermore, He sustains the existence of everything (Hebrews 1:3) , so He has the upper hand in this war, to put it mildly.
Throughout the Bible, it is clear ...
From the video:
“A certain scripture mentions that humans are superior beings to angels."
The character misunderstands the scriptural reference - it refers to Jesus, not to humans generally. (Though humans who find the 'Narrow Path' will be "given a new name" - Rev. 2:17, and others.)
Hebrews 1:5 (KJV)
(Commentaries can be found here:
I seem to recall it's actually related to visual iconography, not anything from a text. Divine beings were said to have a glow around them showing their divinity, and people drawing or painting had various ways to represent that. As painting styles changed, so did styles of the glow, eventually becoming first a disk behind the head and then the floating ...
I fear behind this question lie the translation used... Angels do not overspeak, that said. There is reference of them here and there, but they keep their angelic mouth shut.
Genesis 3-23/24 in king James translation
23 Therefore the Lord God sent him forth from the garden of Eden, to
till the ground from whence he was taken. 24 So he drove out the ...
There is no specific myth of the origin of angels in mainstream Christianity or Judaism, but more apocryphal stuff abounds. The closest you'll get in the Bible proper is Psalm 148, where Yahweh creates angels along with all heavenly things "by his command." It's probably as simple as that - no unusual origin like with man, just say it and it is so. It does, ...
The Judeo/Christian system of heaven is very organised with different angels, class of angels, prophets, and today ministers, pastors, bishops, etc. They each have a role.
Jesus for example is placed in charge.
Seraphims guarding the gate of Eden.
Cherubs guarding the tablets.
Archangel Michael is in charge of the heavenly army.
Your question misses the ...
The Grim Reaper is a possible candidate. He or She is more or less a “neutral” entity, who works for both god and the devil. Doing his or her job. That’s the only creature (as far as i know) I can think of who could be considered as half way between an angel and a demon.
If you could tell us which grimoire it is we could search more specifically.
There is here and there some confusions in your question.
What your are talking about in your question are the "Nephilims". Let's read the Bible (I will use the NIV as a reference text).
6-1: When human beings began to increase in number on the earth and
daughters were born to them, the sons of God saw that the daughters
of humans ...
We know that they do, but we do not know how. Take a look here (Isaiah 37:36-38):
36 Then the angel of the Lord went out and put to death a hundred and
eighty-five thousand in the Assyrian camp. When the people got up the
next morning—there were all the dead bodies!
185000 Assyrian slain by one angel. But how? Sword? Mace? Magic? Thermonuclear weapon?...
In most schools of "Western Ritual Magic," some of which seems to have Judaic roots, Michael is invoked in the South as Archangel of Fire & Gabriel in the West as Archangel of Water.
I don't know the original source of this symbolism, but it is widespread. An example is the famous "Banishing Ritual of the Lesser Pentagram."
Sorry if this seems off ...
After a brief search on Google, I found the following in the Jewish Encyclopedia, which I quote:
Michael is snow, Gabriel is fire (Lüken, l.c. p. 55; comp. Yoma 21b, bottom). Nevertheless, it is the prince of fire and not the prince of ice that is commissioned to rescue Abraham as well as Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah from the fiery furnace (Pes. 118a; ...