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While the Scriptures give no definite figures, we are told that the number of angels is very great (Daniel 7:10; Matthew 26:53; Hebrews 12:22). It appears that all angels were created at one time. No new angels are being added to the number. Angels are not subject to death or any form of extinction; therefore they do not decrease in number.It seems reasonable to conclude that there are at least as many spirit beings in existence as there will have been human beings in all their history on earth.Author: Dr. Paul Eymann.
Originally posted by Jim_Kraken
reply to post by Teratoma
...Satan lead a third of the angels in rebellion against God, this third lost, was expelled from heaven, and became demons.
Originally posted by Teratoma
Is there any record or speculative data concerning just how many "sons of god" fell victim to the charms of the "daughters of men". Or decided to oppose "God" for other reasons? How about the unholy hybrid offspring, the "Nephilim"? I know they probably didn't participate in the census, being half-demon giants and all, but has there ever been speculation on the actual numbers. And please don't just say "legions" or "many"
Originally posted by sir_chancealot
According to the Book of Enoch, there were 200 of these fallen angels.
See "Fallen Angels and the Origin of Evil" by Elizabeth Claire Prophet.