Why Do Demons Exist?
This is the 2nd in a 3-part series. In our last article we discussed Humans and Angels and in this article we’ll be talking about the existence of demons.
Evil doesn’t like good, and one-third of the angels, which then became fallen angels, or demons, became evil. In fact, that’s when evil came into being.
An interesting fact worth noting is that e-v-i-l is actually l-i-v-e spelled backwards…significant because the angels who chose evil chose everything backwards from that point.
Instead of supporting the humans’ progress and success, they were jealous, angry, and wanted to cause humans harm. Instead of loving God and being inspired by all that is good, they went towards all that is harmful.
Under the leadership of the former archangel, Lucifer, they started an uprising, (hence: the origin of war). Believing hey knew more than God, they wanted to take control over heaven and earth. Following the misguidance of Lucifer, they went into battle with the loyal forces of God, led by Archangel Michael.
Demons Are Filled With Hate
Eventually, the rebel angels, demons, filled with hate, lost the war and were ousted from heaven. Because God loved all his/her children, they were not destroyed. Instead they were sent to other planetary systems, the purpose of which was to give them more chances to repent of their misdeeds, learn from their mistakes, and come back to God.
Immediately, some repented, were instantly forgiven, and were allowed back into the highest kingdom. Many however, did not repent, and instead, seething with anger, became what we now call fallen angels and demons.
Then, the fallen angels, far-flung from the paradise they once inhabited, found themselves in a miserable place, which, to them, was hell.
Remember, Reader, the fallen angels (demons) could have repented and been forgiven, but instead of choosing something that would have been very good for them, they embraced self-sabotage and negativity instead and created their own hell.
Then, according to John Milton, in his inspired and insightful classic, “Paradise Lost”, the leader of the fallen angels, Satan, came up with a terrible and devious plan. “Better to reign “in hell than to serve in heav’n.” – Paradise Lost 1:263
He gave a speech to all who had been cast out of heaven in which, recognizing they could not reenter the heavenly kingdom without permission, but they could mess with God’s children, the humans.
Fallen angels are demons
Long before some of the good angels came to earth as humans, the fallen angels, demons came to earth disguised as humans and used their cover to purposely corrupt the humans.
Using devious methodology involving the psychology of flattering humans’ ego and teaching them to willfully resent and fight each other, the fallen angels, demons, started corrupting and spoiling their innocence.
Through teaching prejudice, egotism, deception, and methods of going to war, they introduced chaos and disharmony. In so doing, they wanted to cause problems for God.
If you look around the earth, noticing the war and corruption that abounds, you will recognize that the demons have managed to corrupt a huge number of humans in many, many ways. This is why politics, corporations, religions and the media are all based on corruption.
The dark side demons are on and around the earth and have never gone away.
In our 3rd and final article of the series, we’ll answer the question: “What are incarnated Angels?
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