The Legend of the Nephilim and the Cthulhu Mythos

Found : The Legend of the Nephilim and the Cthulhu Mythos

The loyal archangels Michael, Gabriel, Sariel and Uriel, who had not followed Azazel and were still faithfully observing Earthly affairs, saw all this and protested to God. It's highly interesting to note the tone of their complaint. "See then what Azazel has done," they say ( I Enoch IX), "how he has taught all iniquity on the earth, and revealed the eternal secrets which were made in heaven…and has made known spells, and has brought knowledge to men…and the sons of men practice his practices in order to know the secrets…" This is not simple righteous wrath toward violence and sorcery; these things were private property, and the archangels are jealously angry at their revelation to mankind. I Enoch (LXV:6-7, quoting the even more ancient Book of Noah) is explicit: "…they [humans] have learnt all the secrets of the angels…and all their secret power, and all the power of those who practice magic arts, and the power of enchantments …

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