Now the giants, who have been born of spirit and of flesh, shall be called upon earth evil spirits, and on earth shall be their habitation. Evil spirits shall proceed from their flesh, because they were created from above; from the holy Watchers was their beginning and primary foundation. Evil spirits shall they be upon earth, and the spirits of the wicked shall they be called. The habitation of the spirits of heaven shall be in heaven; but upon earth shall be the habitation of terrestrial spirits, who are born on earth. The spirits of the giants shall be like clouds, which shall oppress, corrupt, fall, content, and bruise upon earth.
They shall cause lamentation. No food shall they eat; and they shall be thirsty; they shall be concealed, and shall not rise up against the sons of men, and against women; for they come forth during the days of slaughter and destruction.
Enoch 15: 8-10
The Book of Enoch claims that demons and evil spirits are the disembodied spirits of the Nephilim. What is interesting about this is after reading this passage, I researched in the Bible the word, "demon" and found it interesting that there is a distinction between "demons" and "evil spirits." The Hebrew word "shed" is the word used for "demon" in two places in the Tanakh; Deuteronomy 32:17 and Psalm 106:37. "Evil Spirit" however is the Hebrew word "Ra Ruach." There seems to be a distinction between the two. Demons are worshiped while evil spirits seem to want to inhabit men. King Saul in 1 Samuel 16:4 was said to have an evil spirit come over him. It would make sense, therefore, that a being who one inhabited a body made of flesh would be continually looking to enter one again in the form of possession. Something to consider.
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