Huffette wrote:AngelicPride wrote:creepyhollows wrote:Historically Angels are known to have interacted and procreated with humans. It would not be unusual for humans or Angels to have those feelings for each other now. There is definitely a bond and tie to each other through the vast expanse of time.
They are known in stories, but they are also known in these stories to be smited and/or cast down into Hell. So... I would think based on these accounts, having relations with an angel is out of the question in the eyes of their creator (God), and they would be pulled back out of the bindings either by God dragging them back to Heaven, or being severed and going to Hell.
What, exactly, are you talking about?
Just posting to respond to you with citation. The Books of Enoch illustrate the fall of the Watchers due to sharing secrets and having relationships with humans. You can find the story in Enoch I (translation by Joseph B. Lumpkin) or you can find the small paragraph about the Watchers within Genesis, just before Noah's Ark. I use the New Revised Standard edition.
Don't worry, <<Removed by Mod>>. I'm done. I understand that a lot of what I said came out wrong and offending, and that is due to my frustration. I have been seeing a lot of misinformation about Abrahamic angels, and all I really wanted to do was educate using the sources I owned. Again, I apologize. I could have handled this better, but I didn't... But I really hope people are open to the idea of exploring the stories of angels within canon and non-canon scripture.