First let me say that this isnt a copy of Saids post DEMONS, it was inspired by that post though.
Did you ever notice how in the Bible(If you have read it), when ever God needed to punish someone, or make an example, or whenever God needed a killing, he sent an angel? Did you ever wonder what a creature like that must be like? A whole existence spent praising your God, but always with one wing dipped in blood. Would you ever really want to see an angel?
Just because angels appear as good does not mean they are all as "good" as people say, they have free will just like us.
If you were to summon an angel and ask it to help you survive a heart attack or something similar to that, it would most likely help you, but say you were to summon it to give you powers or to get you a pack of cigarettes it would most likely slap you in the face or scream at you, I know I would.
Here is a quote from Saids post demons "Basically, within us all there is a balance of light and dark. Within humans it is balanced, within demons there is more dark than light, and within angels there is more light than dark. "
Even though angels have more light in them, it doesnt mean they are good, it just means that, they have more light in them.
There are several stories, legends, and/or myths of angels that have destroyed cities, raped children, spread diseases, and stolen souls from innocent people, the sad thing is, that these angels who have caused these tradegies, are the so called "good" angels.
Now here are a few quotes from "The Prophecy" :
"Gabriel: I'm an angel. I kill firstborns while their mamas watch. I turn cities into salt. I even, when I feel like it, rip the souls from little girls, and from now till kingdom come, the only thing you can count on in your existence is never understanding why."
"Thomas Daggett: Years later, of all the Gospels I learnt in seminary school, a verse from St. Paul stays with me. It is perhaps the strangest passage in the Bible, in which he writes: "Even now in Heaven there are Angles carrying savage weapons." "
Here are a few examples of some angels that aren't "good".
Angel of Anger - in his visits to Paradise, as reported in the apocalyptic Revelation of Moses, the great Lawgiver encounters the angels of anger and wrath in the 7th heaven. He finds these angels composed wholly of fire.
Angel of Chaos - Michael, Where chaos is equated with darkness, and darkness with death, then the angel of chaos is Satan
Angels of Corruption - originally according to Tamudic lore, there were 70 tutelary angels assigned by God to rule over the 70 nation of the earth. The angles, corrupted through national bias, became the malache habbala (angels of corruption). The sole angel of this group who remains uncorrupted was the tutelary or guardian angel of Israel, Michael.
Angels of Destruction - Uriel, Harbonah, Azriel, Simkiel, Za'afiel, Af, Kolazonta, Hemah. When executing the punishments of the world, the angels of destruction are given the "sord of God" to be used by them as an instrument of punishment.
Remeber "Darkness does not equate to evil, just as light does not always bring good."