The Fall of Lucifer (Chronicles of Brothers, #1) by Wendy AlecThree Archangels...
One turned renegade
A sweeping epic of origins and mysteries, the fall of Lucifer tells a tale older than the universe itself. Set in opulent palaces and frightening hell worlds, this is a timeless saga of doubt, of demons and angelic warriors, of obsessive love and treason, and of an ancient evil that knows no bounds.
Soon the universe itself will be rocked by war...
A war between three angelic brothers...
A war fought for the greatest prize in the universe...
That war for the race of men.
The Satan and Demons
The Fall of the Rebel Angels; right hand panel of Hieronymus Bosch's The Haywain Triptych, c. The Book of Revelation describes a war in heaven between angels led by the Archangel . The motif of the fall of Satan and his angels can be found in Christian angelology and Christian art, and the concept of fallen angels.
Who is Lucifer?
The Book of Revelation describes a war in heaven between angels led by the Archangel Michael against those led by "the dragon", identified as the devil or Satan , who will be defeated and thrown down to the earth. Michael and his angels fought against the dragon, and the dragon and his angels fought back. He was hurled to the earth, and his angels with him. The Christian tradition has stories about angelic beings cast down from heaven by God, [ citation needed ] often presenting the punishment as inflicted in particular on Satan. As a result of linking this motif with the cited passage of the Book of Revelation, the casting of Satan down from heaven, which other versions of the motif present as an action of God himself, has become attributed to the archangel Michael at the conclusion of a war between two groups of angels, of whom because of the mention of the dragon's tail casting a third of the stars of heaven to the earth one third are supposed to have been on the side of Satan, in spite of the fact that the casting down of the stars Revelation is recounted as occurring before the start of the "war in heaven" Revelation
Jump to navigation. The initial pageant in the cycle was produced by the Barkers — that is, the Tanners, thus identified in the Ordo paginarum of where the action of the drama is briefly summarized and its conclusion indicated as the involuntary ejection of the rebellious angels from heaven and their fall into hell.
In the Hebrew, the name Lucifer is translated from the Hebrew word "helel," which means brightness. This designation, referring to Lucifer, is the rendering of the "morning star" or "star of the morning" or "bright star" which is presented in Isaiah. How you are cut down to the ground, you who laid the nations low! The context of this passage is a referral to the king of Babylon as presented in his pride, splendor and fall. However, it is to the power behind the evil Babylonian king that this is actually addressed.
In Abrahamic religions , fallen angels are angels who were expelled from heaven. The literal term "fallen angel" appears neither in the Bible nor in other Abrahamic scriptures, but is used to describe angels who were cast out of heaven,  or angels who sinned. Such angels often tempt humans to sin. In the period immediately preceding the composition of the New Testament, some sects of Judaism , as well as many Christian Church Fathers , identified the "sons of God" of Genesis —4 as fallen angels. Rabbinic Judaism and Christian authorities after the third century rejected the Enochian writings and the notion of an illicit union between angels and women producing giants.
Archangel Lucifer whose name means 'light bearer' is a controversial angel who some believe is the evilest living being in the universe -- Satan the devil -- some believe is a metaphor for evil and deceit, and others believe is simply an angelic being characterized by pride and power. The most popular view is that Lucifer is a fallen angel a demon who leads other demons ib hell and works to harm human beings. Lucifer was once among the most powerful of all archangels, and as his name suggests, he shone brightly in heaven. However, Lucifer let pride and jealousy of God affect him. Lucifer decided to rebel against God because he wanted supreme power for himself. He started a war in heaven that led to his fall, as well as the fall of other angels who sided with him and became demons as a result.