Angelic Watchers The Grigori
The Grigori (from Greek egrgoroi, "The Watchers") are, in one popular version, a group of fallen angels described in Biblical apocrypha who reproduced with human women, giving rise to a race of hybrids identified as the Nephilim, who are well-defined as giants in Genesis 6:4.
A diverse notion of the Grigori shows up in some customs of Italian witchcraft. These Grigori are said to come from ancient celestial teachings. References to the Grigori (watchers angels from the heavens) appear in the books of Enoch and Jubilees. In the Hebrew they are identified as the Irin, "Watchers," and cited in the Old Testament Book of Daniel (chapter 4).
Who are these Watchers Angels and how many are they?
According to the Book of Enoch, the Watchers angels numbered in all of 200. Enoch only named their leaders:
"These are the names of their chiefs: Samyaza, who was their leader,
Azazyel (also known as Azazel).
These were the captains of the two hundred angels, and the remainders were all with them." (1Enoch 7:9)
The Book of Jubilees
There is another book called the Book of Jubilees. In this Book it adds additional information about the Watchers. While "Watchers" or "Protectors" are cited together with the "holy ones" in the Book of Daniel, it is uncertain if they have any connection to the Grigori or "Watchers". In Jewish folklore These angels were very popular in Jewish folklore. It defines them as looking like huge human beings that never sleep and stayed forever silent. But as we study them we do find that not only where they very vocal but also very sexual towards humans. Despite the fact that there are good and bad Watchers, most stories rotate around the immoral ones that fell from grace when they took "the daughters of man" as their companions.
The story does not end here learn more about these fallen angels the watcher and the human hybrids children by following the links provided.