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The Names of Satan’s Principle Demons and Their Individual Contribution To The Destruction of Mankind

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According to the Book of Enoch, exactly 200 Watchers fell to Earth to take human wives. It names 20 of these, explaining that each one was a leader in a group of 10. In his book From the Ashes of Angels, Andrew Collins names a few others, and other reference works corroborate some of the names given in these sources, sometimes with alternate spellings. Through these various sources, I have collected information on what some of these named Watchers taught to mankind. Where there was a variation in wording, I have included both wordings.

According to Collins, there is no complete record of the names of all 200 Watchers. Most of the names included in Enoch are not included in other books, apocryphal or otherwise; in fact, very few of the others appear in other mythological texts; these include Azazel and Kokabel (Shemyaza is a central character in Storm Constantine’s Grigori triology). Azazel is a curious example; although the Watchers, in the beginning of Enoch, swear to Shemyaza, the clear leader, that they will not change their minds about descending. But later, Azazel takes the brunt of the blame for what happens (to his credit, he taught more forbidden items to humankind than the others). He was thrown into the canyon of Duadel, and pinned with sharp rocks, with his face covered. In the Biblical book Leviticus 16:8-10, he is recreated as a desert creature to whom the ancient Israelites dedicated their scapegoats:

“And Aaron shall cast lots upon the two goats; one lot for the LORD, and the other lot for the scapegoat. And Aaron shall bring the goat upon which the LORD’S lot fell, and offer him for a sin offering. But the goat, on which the lot fell to be the scapegoat, shall be presented alive before the LORD, to make an atonement with him, and to let him go for a scapegoat into the wilderness.”

In still later times, Azazel is considered a demon, and is occasionally identified as the devil — or as one of his chieftains.

Kokabel, or Kakabel, also appears in Jewish folklore as a powerful angel who is in charge of the stars and constellations. He is considered by some to be a holy angel; by others, a fallen one. It is said that he commands 365,000 lesser spirits and teaches astrology to his fellow angels.

Sariel is known under many names, but this one translates to “God’s command.” Some say he is the angel of death; he is named as the one who retrieved the soul of Moses from Mount Sinai. He is also called by some a “prince of the presence” and an angel of healing. His name appears in Gnostic amulets and it is said that when he’s invoked he manifests in the form of an ox; according to the Cabala, he is one of the seven angels that rule the earth. He is also associated with the skies and is in charge of the zodiac sign of Aries and instructs others on the course of the Moon. In occult circles he is one of the nine angels of the summer equinox and can protect against the evil eye.
What follows is as complete a list of the Watchers’ names as I can find; I will add names as I discover more of them.

  • Semyaza, Shemyaza, Semjaza, Semiaza, Samyaza, Shemhazai
    “Taught enchantments and root-cuttings.”
  • Azazel, Azazyel, Azaziel
    “Taught men to make swords, knives, shields, breastplates, the fabrication of mirrors and the workmanship of bracelets and ornaments, the use of paint, the beautifying of the eyebrows, the use of stones of every valuable and select kind, and of all sorts of dyes, so that the world became altered.”
    “Taught men to make swords, and knives, and shields, and breastplates, and made known to them the metals of the earth and the art of working them, and bracelets, and ornaments, and the use of antimony, and the beautifying of the eyelids, and all kinds of costly stones, and all colouring tinctures.”
  • Amazarak
    “Taught all the sorcerers, and dividers of roots.”
  • Armers, Armeros, Armaros
    “Taught the solution of sorcery.”
    “Taught the resolving of enchantments.”
  • Barkayal, Baraqijal, Baraqel
    “Taught the observers of the stars.”
    “Taught astrology.”
  • Kokabel, Kawkabel, Kakabel
    “Taught the science of the constellations.”
  • Ezeqeel, Ezekeel
    “Taught the knowledge of the clouds.”
  • Araqiel, Arakiel
    “Taught the signs of the earth.”
  • Shamsiel, Shamshiel
    “Taught the signs of the sun.”
  • Sariel,, Suriel, Zerachiel, Saraquel, Asardel
    “Taught the motion of the moon.”
    “Taught the course of the moon.”
  • Akibeel
    “Taught signs.”
  • Tamiel
    “Taught astronomy.”
  • Penemue
    “Taught the bitter and the sweet, the use of ink and paper.”
  • Kasdeja, Kisdeja
    “Taught the children of men all the wicked smitings of spirits and demons, and the smitings of the embryo in the womb, that it may pass away.”
  • Gadreel
    “Introduced weapons of war.”
  • Ramuell
  • Danel
  • Azkeel
  • Saraknyal
  • Asael
  • Batraal
  • Anane
  • Zavebe
  • Samsaveel
  • Ertael
  • Turel
  • Yomvael
  • Urakabarameel

The many names of the Nephilim:

“The Nefilim (‘Fallen Ones’) bore many other tribal names, such as Emim (‘Terrors’), Repha’im (‘Weakeners’), Gibborim (‘Giant Heroes’), Zamzummim (‘Achievers’), Anakim (‘Long-necked’ or ‘Wearers of Necklaces’), Awwim (‘Devastators’ or ‘Serpents’). One of the Nefilim named Arba is said to have built the city of Hebron, called ‘Kiriath-Arba’ after him, and become the father of Anak whose three sons, Sheshai, Ahiman and Talmai, were later expelled by Joshua’s comrade Caleb. Since, however, arba means ‘four’ in Hebrew, Kiriath-Arba may have originally have meant ‘City of Four,’ a reference to its four quarters mythically connected with the Anakite clans: Anak himself and his ‘sons’ Sheshai, Ahiman and Talmai.” – Robert Graves and Raphael Patai, Hebrew Myths: The Book of Genesis

“We stand together in the wildest places of the earth and form a forest of hands against the black sky, stretching up, reaching for what is ours to take yet never to attain. Our bodies begin to pulsate to a subliminal rhythm and we feel the imminence of contained energy, soon to be released. We dilate our throats to the air and resonate the ancient names. We convoke the Nephilim, and they come to us, strangers with the eyes of men.” – Storm Constantine

Ancient apocrypal books tell the story: 200 rebel angels fall in love with the beautiful women of Earth, and descend to marry with them. They teach the humans forbidden things: war, magic, astrology, the beautification of the human body. Together they produce a race of giants, terrible beings which fight and rage and kill. When God notices what has been done, he punishes them – the angels with eternal entombment, the giants with battles to the death, and the humans with the Flood.

Tales of angelic beings bringing vast knowledge to humanity can be found across ancient mythologies of the Middle East, from the Yezidis’ powerful Peacock Angel, Malak Tawus, to the healing vulture known as the Simurgh. Some writers, like Zecharia Sitchin, have argued that these beings – known as the Nephilim (“fallen ones”) to the Hebrews; the Bene ah Elohim (“sons of God”) to early Christians; Watchers; Anakim to the Sumerians and Babylonians; and Grigori to the Greeks – were emissaries from outer space. Others, Andrew Collins most notably among them, believe they were a race of advanced (and rather tall) humans who practiced bird shamanism and, through the transmission of their knowledge, paved the way for accelerated civilizations like Sumer and massive works of science and art like the Sphinx.
Whatever their source, and no matter how forbidden their stories, the Watchers have served as inspiration to countless writers, artists, theologians and mythologists. If nothing else, then from their example we can learn the power of knowledge – and the power of love.

Seminal texts:

The Book of Enoch (see Part I, Chapters 6-10)
“And the angels, the children of the heaven, saw and lusted after them, and said to one another: ‘Come, let us choose us wives from among the children of men and beget us children.'”

The Book of Jubilees (see Chapter 5)
“And lawlessness increased on the earth and all flesh corrupted its way, alike men and cattle and beasts and birds and everything that walks on the earth – all of them corrupted their ways and their orders, and they began to devour each other.”

From the “Book of Giants,” part of the Dead Sea Scrolls
“Thereupon Ohya [said] to Hahya […] Then he answered, It is not for us, but for Azazel, for he did […the children of] angels are the giants, and they would not let all their [loved ones] be neglected […we hav] not been cast down.”

The Qumran Library, which contains portions of the Dead Sea Scrolls
“[they began to cohabit with them and to defile themselves with them]; and to teach them sorcery and [spells and the cutting of roots; and to acquaint them with herbs.]”

Names, faces and places:

A timeline of Nephilim movement through the world
“c. 9,000 BC: A settlement in the Kurdistan Highlands is established and known as Dilman, Kharsag, or Eden. Situated near Lake Van, this community became the home for a shamanic culture which is later transformed into the myths of Watchers (Judaism), ahuras (Iran), or Anannage (Sumerian-Akkadian).”

The names of the Watchers
“According to the Book of Enoch, exactly 200 Watchers fell to Earth to take human wives. It names 20 of these, explaining that each one was a leader in a group of 10.”

Israel: Images of Shemyaza
“And Semjaza, who was their leader, said unto them: ‘I fear ye will not indeed agree to do this deed, and I alone shall have to pay the penalty of a great sin.’ And they all answered him and said: ‘Let us all swear an oath, and all bind ourselves by mutual imprecations not to abandon this plan but to do this thing.'”

Israel: Azazel
“In African Islamic traditions, he is known as Zeraili, the angel of death. The thorny acacia bush is sacred to Azazel, according to Arab tribes. His name is pre-Jewish and pre-Islamic. Some speculate that he may have been an early Semitic goat god whose worship later became repulsive to the Jewish and Islamic faiths. Angra Mainyu is Azazel’s Zoroastrian counterpart. Andrew Collins, of ‘From the Ashes of Angels’ fame, postulates that Azazel was most likely a powerful goat-shaman.”

Sumer: Anzu/Imdugud
“Anzu was also known by the root Zu (“An” means “sky” in Sumerian), and suggests a passing relationship to the demon Pazuzu. He had a lion’s head and body, huge wings, and could walk on two legs like a man. Anzu was called Imdugud, and among other things was known for being able to create whirlwinds, thunder, and sandstorms with his wings, and for stealing the tablet of destiny from Enki/Enlil.”

Sumer/Babylon: Pazuzu
“When Pazuzu is summoned by worshippers, he appears in a statuesque form, frozen into the position described above. However, he metamorphoses out of the statue form to his living form. In this form, he is fully capable of movement.”

Persia: Simurgh
“According to Persian myth, the Simurgh lived in the Tree of Knowledge, again tying it to the myth of the Anzu, which made its next in the Huluppu tree. According to the Occultopedia, ‘When the Simurgh took flight, it was said, its powerful ascent shook the tree’s branches so violently that the seeds [from every plant that has ever existed] were scattered throughout the world, bringing a wealth of valuable plants to mankind.'”

India: Garuda
“His body was that of a handsome man with the beak and the talons of a predatory bird. He is associated with the all-consuming sun’s rays. Garuda is often depicted with the supreme Hindu god Vishnu and his wife Lakshmi riding on his back flying across the sky.”

Kurdistan: Images of the Peacock Angel (Malak Tawus)
“On the previous dark and nu moon I had invoked the Yeziddi Blue God Melek Taus or Shaitan, the peacock angel and ‘Lord of the Painted Fan’. I had realized then how he corresponded with Kukulcan/Quetzalcoatl in terms of the seven powers, chakras and colour spectrum, but it only just clicked now that both were associated with the planet Venus, which the Mayans called the ‘morningstar.'”

Mexico: Quetzalcoatl
“Ancient cave art representing Quetzalcoatl also drew associations with the morning star, Venus, another tie to Melek Ta’us and Lucifer. He may also be associated with Mercury, that messenger of the Gods, with whom all angels are linked in some fashion. Quetzalcoatl was said to have been born to a virgin woman, along with his brother, the dog-headed Xolotl.”

Egypt: the vulture goddess Nekhbet
“As a vulture-goddess, Nekhbet is the goddess of heaven, sometimes related to the sun when she is called ‘the Eye of Re’ and other times to the moon. She is also the protectress of the king and of the non-royal deceased.”

Vulture Gods around the world:

“There were no more silver feathers on the top of the vulture’s head, only a bunch of golden ones. Heresa Heri told the hero that those were not enchanted and there would come no light from them. Suspecting another lie, the hero cut deeply into the evil bird’s flesh, and all golden feathers came together, suddenly lighting up as a large bonfire.”

North America: vulture/buzzard tales
“In many cases the vulture was one of the first animals to come down from the sky or to come from the old land into the new, much as the Watchers had done. That the vulture helped shape the land and bring light might suggest a similar theme to stories in which the Watchers introduced new technologies to the humans.”

Turkey: Vulture art from Catal Huyuk
“When we donned our vulture masks for sacred ritual, the feathers rising high upon our heads, almost touching the ceiling of the shrine, mourners fell to their knees in awe.”

What has been written since:

The Sons of God, a collection of research material related to the Watchers – archived locally
“The Anakim may have been Mycenaean Greek colonists, belonging to the ‘Sea Peoples’ confederation which caused Egypt such trouble in the fourteenth century B.C. Greek mythographers told of a Giant Anax (‘king’), son of Heaven and Mother Earth, who ruled Anactoria (Miletus) in Asia Minor. According to Appollodorus, the disinterred skeleton of Asterius (‘starry’), Anax’s successor, measured ten cubits. Akakes, the plural of Nanx, was an epithet of the Greek gods in general. Talmudic commentators characteristically make the Anakim three thousand cubits tall.”

“The Nephilim or ‘Giants,'” from Appendix 25 of the Companion Bible “The progeny of the fallen angels with the daughters of Adam (see notes on Genesis 6, and Appendix 23 are called in Genesis 6, N e-phil?-im, which means fallen ones (from naphal, to fall).”

“The Sons of God,” from Appendix 23 of the Companion Bible, “The time of their fall is given as having taken place ‘in the days of Noah’ (1Peter 3:20. 2Peter 2:7), though there may have been a prior fall which caused the end of ‘the world that then was’ (Genesis 1:1,2. 2Peter 3:6).”

“From the Ashes of Angels,” by Andrew Collins, “Originating in Egypt where they introduced the first ever forms of proto agriculture and left vast Cyclopean monuments and ruins, they migrated to the near East to escape the cataclysms that accompanied the end of the Ice Age. Among their greatest achievements was the creation of the Sphinx.”

A preview of Collins, “From the Ashes of Angels” “And there appeared to me two men very tall, such as I have never seen on earth. And their faces shone like the sun, and their eyes were like burning lamps; and fire came forth from their lips. Their dress had the appearance of feathers:… [purple], their wings were brighter than gold; their hands whiter than snow. They stood at the head of my bed and called me by my name.”

Collins’ essay on the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls’ “Angel Scroll” “By all accounts, the text describes a ‘tour of the heavens’ undertaken by its author in the company of an angel named Penimea’, who is unquestionably the Watcher Penemue of the Book of Enoch (Enoch I, compiled c. 165 BC-AD 100).”

“Paradise Lost,” by John Milton “Not in the neighbouring Moon, as some have dream’d; Those argent Fields more likely habitants, Translated Saints, or middle Spirits hold Betwixt th’Angelical and Human kind: Hither of ill-join’d Sons and Daughters born From the ancient World these Giants came With many a vain exploit, though then renown’d: The builders next of Babel on the Plain…”

“Stalking Tender Prey,” “Scenting Hallowed Blood,” and “Stealing Sacred Fire,” by Storm Constantine “When Peverel Othman arived in Little Moor he was looking for something or someone, he really was not sure which. When he found the twins he knew his search was over. For Lily and Owen their lives would be forever changed. The quiet hamlet of Little Moor just became the new home of a Grigori.”

Shemyaza, Saint or Sinner, by Pixi “We find Shemyaza facing the ultimate test, that of coming face to face with the diversities inherent in his own nature. As the negative aspects of each sphere rise up before him, he momentarily becomes the vice of that sphere, yet failing to set and crystallize in his essential self, they pass quickly through him and out of him.”

“Nephilim Reborn: Zoon” by Beth Winegarner
“To me it’s a very special album. I had to make massive sacrifices to be able to do this. And so it’s very special to me, but to literally explain what it means to me is a very odd thing to translate, cause it normally comes across looking cheap. It’s all there on the album, the feelings, the thoughts, the words, the music.”

Those who still believe

Information on the Yezidis at Wikipedia
“The Yazidi worship Malak Ta’us, apparently a pre-Islamic peacock angel who has fallen into disgrace. Malak Ta’us has links to Mithraism and, through it, to Zoroastrianism. The Yazidi maintain a well-preserved culture, rich in traditions and customs. In the region that is now Iraq, the Yazidi have been oppressed and labeled as devil worshippers for centuries.”

Information on the Yezidis at About.com “In Yezidi cosmology, the universal Spirit (the Supreme deity) created a pearl (Durre), which became broken after forty thousand years. Melek, (Lucifer), used the remains of the pearl to create the material world. After this creation, the Spirit created the remaining Angels. Yezidi theology claims that Lucifer was forgiven for his transgressions, and those who revere him are the spiritual elect of humanity. They are forbidden from referring to him as Satan.”

The Yezidi: the Angelick Cultus in the Middle East “It places Melek Ta’us at the head of the Haftan (Heptad), or seven angels in charge of administering the world and the sacredness therein. Second, it makes him protector of the Throne and Seat of God – the agent of the Almighty. Third, it positions him within their creation myth, as the earth symbolically rests between the horns of a Bull which stood on the back of a Fish.”

Information and writings on Catal Huyuk, where temples of vulture shamans have been found
“To the ancients, death was a passage; a transition. The vulture was the Goddess who could actually transmute flesh. She had chosen priestesses to assist Her in this task.”

Andrew Collins, “Indeed, various figurines of serpent-headed individuals found among Ubaid graves in Lower Iraq have been used to support the contention that the Anunnaki, or builder gods, of Sumerian and Akkadian mythology belonged to this earlier culture. In one set of texts known as the Kharsag Tablets these gods of heaven and earth are described as serpents, or to have eyes like serpents.”

Storm Constantine, “In a way, everything in between, over some eleven novels and numerous short stories can be seen as leading almost inevitably to this point: Storm’s long fascination with angels, mythology, the recurrent themes of magic and sexuality, secret knowledge, dark and charismatic figures on the edge of society and outside convention.”

Fields of the Nephilim, “There’s a particular kind of Old Testament fundamentalism in the Neph’s music. McCoy actually dug through Genesis and Numbers to discover the Nephilim, the ‘giants of the earth.’ There are elements of scriptural exegesis that don’t get screamed at you by garden-variety televangelists or even white picket fence Methodists. Neph lyrics prove the Bible a dangerous and radical gnostic text, much weirder than anything Poe or Burroughs or Kafka ever scribbled.”

The Seven Angels, by Semjaaza
“Try to imagine, if you can, living for an eternity. Not five, six hundred years. There are those whose names are famous for such feats. Comte St. Germain. Nagarjuna. Cagliostro. Thousands of years. Suck here. Watching. Waiting for something to happen. Living on the sheer faith that it will.”

Dark Gift: The Truth behind the Legends of the ‘Fallen Angels‘ ‘The Watchers’ (extra-terrestrial observers, perhaps?) became so sexually aroused by human females that they could no longer constrain themselves, but descended from the Heavens to Earth (touching down on Mount Hermon), forfeiting their ‘first estate’ forever, and enjoying the human females sexually so abundantly as to cause fornication to become rampant despite the strict religious laws forbidding same. Evidently these ‘fallen angels’ were so sexually unique from local males as to be almost irresistible to the females of the area, thereby incurring the ‘wrath of God’ upon them for having so completely ‘corrupted’ such females and thereafter taking from among them ‘wives of all that they chose.'”

 

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