Written By: CK Quarterman - Oct• 15•11
Fallen Angel

Dark and Sinister Forces

Dark and sinister forces vie for the outcome of battles. These dark forces are much more evil than the measure of evil in man, and are only held at bay by the power of the Lord’s Host (angels). It is these sinister and dark forces with which humanity strives and which must be conquered.

The preceding is a quote from my new book, Fallen Angels. Much has been made over the last few decades of the link between evil spiritual forces and that played by UFOs and their occupants, as well as the phenomena associated with them.

According to the Book of Enoch, a document mentioned by the Biblical writer Jude, “In the days of Jared, the fallen angels descended from the heavenly realm and took wives unto themselves of the daughters of Adam; this was an abomination in the sight of the Lord.  These fallen angels  are called by many names. Sometimes they are known as the Grigori, Gibborim, and Watchers.  They appear in the mythology and folklore of many diverse cultures, sometimes described as beings that came from the stars and even calling themselves star gods.

They are mentioned briefly in Genesis, in one of humanity’s oldest writings, the Hebrew Old Testament, the fallen angels are called the beney ‘elohim.

And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born unto them, That the sons of God (beney ‘elohim) saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose. And the LORD said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years. There were   giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown (Gen. 6:1-9).”

Much has been made over the last few decades of the link between the role played by the biblical Watchers, this order of nonhuman beings, which fell from grace on account of their transgressions with “the daughters of men,” and the current UFO controversy.

Are the Watchers Among Us?

The UFO Digest:

In November of 1991, Monica María Ortega, a young Colombian woman, told her story of a nocturnal sexual encounter with an alleged “alien” which could have well been one of the Watchers on a nationally syndicated TV show. Far from being one of the current crop of “Greys”, her nonhuman lover was more in step with the traditional “sky people”, “elementals”, or other creatures who have interacted with humans on a biological level in traditions that span the globe.

Ms. Ortega was twelve years old at the time and living in New York City when this tall, blond, green-eyed entity suddenly materialized in her bedroom. “At first, I saw two lights. I felt a presence, and naturally felt scared. One light was red in color and the other was green,” she recalled. The lights told her not fear for her safety. As she began to fall asleep, in spite of the luminous globes’ presence, she felt caresses and kisses all over her body as her nightclothes were removed. I woke up, terrified, and saw a being in a tight-fitting outfit in bed with me. His eyes were so green that it made dizzy to look at them. I found him very handsome, was attracted to him and fell in love.”

Monica’s lover and his silent companion (never manifested itself in human form) told her that they traveled around the world. Curiosity, they advised her, was the motivation for their sexual contacts.

In 1987, Monica had her third contact with the Watchers. After two years, she had moved back to Colombia, and was overjoyed at seeing her otherworldly lover again. At the end of their encounter, Monica expressed a desire to go with him to “his world”, but the being turned her down. The girl was 19 years old at the time of the interview.

In the Land of the Watchers

Metal disks have been reported in the skies over the Himalayas for centuries. The UFO naughts, as described by the Tibetan monks are in essence a race of beings which have always lived in the skies and lord over humanity, reveling in intermarriage with humans. These have been considered manifestations of “The Watchers” by Tibet monks.

The Book of Enoch

According to the story in the Book of Enoch, the two hundred fallen angels – Watchers – are involved, in conceiving children with human females creating a race of giant Nephilim. We are told the name of the ring leader of this heavenly Watchers, and one of them, in particular, rings a bell to a ufologically-minded person: that of Semyaz. While phonetic similarity proves nothing, it is unusual that the leader of the alleged “Pleiadans” visiting Billy Meier at his Swiss retreat should call herself Semjase. Meier’s claims to be a leader of the Pleiadans.

There is great evidence linking the Watchers mentioned by the ancient texts and the entities that accompany the UFO phenomenon as one and the same! A careful examination of contemporary cases, leaves no doubt as to a connection between the fallen Watchers of which 200 descended upon Mount Harmon in the ancient Middle East, led by Semyaz (Semjase), and the modern UFO phenomena.


Although modern urologists cringe at the mention of any fallen angelic/demonic involvement, the bulk of abduction cases provide ample proof that can be seen within the context of demonic involvement. While all this talk of Watchers, mating with human females at the dawn of time, annoys the believer in extraterrestrial visitors and of course the ancient astronaut theorists. It would be dangerous to discount the demonic component existing within the UFO phenomenon.

Jacques Vallee in his book, “Messengers Of Deception: UFO Contacts and Cults states, “Contactees are taught”:

Out-of-Body Experiences (p. 73)

Spirit communication (p. 123)

Automatic Writing (p. 123)

Some people go into trances, where voices are giving them messages. (p.85)

UFO’s use crystals for power, even for powering their spacecraft. (p. 109)

They begin to see an increase in their psychic awareness. (p. 83-84).

They experience thought transplant. (p. 78-79)

Seances  (p.69).



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