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Of the many angels God banished from Heaven, there is one that stands out from the rest. According to numerous recently discovered sources, this angel was the most ruthless and malicious of them all.

"This one angel that is not included in the Torah and other literary works of the Scripture seems to be the most terrifying angel to ever be known. I think that this angel was left out of the canon works for good reasons," said Dr. Andrew Simons, a well-known archaeologist who studies and analyzes archaeological artifacts and Scripture.

"The discovery of ancient writings from the second millennium to the fourth millennium B.C.E. has provided us with amazing details about a supernatural entity that is not known in the Bible," said Mr. John Hills, an archaeologist, professor, and scholar who teaches at Harvard University. "Dr. Simons and I have translated and analyzed these newly-found writings from various civilizations, and what we translated revealed horrifying things."

From 2008 to 2019, Dr. Simons and Mr. Hills have worked together in biblical archaeology, excavating multiple areas that are known as jackpots for archaeologists. They have unearthed many different artifacts, many of them lacking any major significance; however, they recently found writings that have shocked them greatly.

Dr. Simons conducted excavation projects in cities that existed in Ancient Mesopotamia such as Ur, Eridu, Nippur, Kadash, and Kish. Mr. Hills carried out excavation projects in ancient sites further west of Ancient Mesopotamia in Israel and Egypt, where he dug out items from Cairo, Giza, Jericho, Jerusalem, and Bethlehem. For years, they focused on finding items on which words were written to obtain knowledge of their ancient cultures, but they discovered something far more mysterious.

They acquired numerous writings on papyri in both Egypt and Israel, as well as cuneiform in tablets from the Mesopotamian region. Four scrolls were found in Jericho, a pair of granite stelae in Giza in the Great Pyramid, three more scrolls in Jerusalem, and thirteen clay tablets in Ur, Eridu, Kish, and Kadash.

At first, Dr. Simons and Mr. Hills assumed that these were nothing more than writings describing their cultures and their folklore. Little did they know that what they were going to translate would be nothing of the sort.

They translated one of the scrolls that were found in Jericho, which was written in Biblical Hebrew. It is dated as far back as 567 B.C.E. The writer of the scroll is unknown.

According to Dr. Simons, this scroll is written about an angel of God, describing it in a way that presents it as nefarious and malevolent in many aspects.

The scroll was translated in English. It states the following:

"The angel has the eyes of a demon, a face as white as snow, and the voice of death. His very name speaks death, for he has fallen lower than the Enemy. Whoever speaks his name shall die. Whoever remembers his name shall suffer greatly. He is the plague. He kills all he touches, and he curses all who speak unto him. He has brought a curse upon this land. The Lord was angered, for the angel had cursed His People with grief, pain, and wrath."

Dr. Simons says that he was shocked and confused by the description of this angel. He states that no angel is described in such a gloomy and dark manner.

A second scroll was nicknamed "Methuselah's Curse" by Mr. Hills due to its surprisingly dark story. It is dated to around 990 B.C.E. The author is also unknown.

Translated by Mr. Hills, it states the following:

"And Methuselah raised many sons and daughters. His daughters were fine and fair, and his sons were strong and without fear. Methuselah knelt and praised the Lord, saying, 'My Lord, for You are great and good. You have blessed me and children with gifts from the heavens, and You have protected me and my children from the enemy. The enemy is weak compared to You, my Lord.' Before Methuselah stood a man of wrath and vengeance. He spoke unto Methuselah, saying, 'You have challenged me, and you shall be punished with great sorrow and grief. From today, you shall live a thousand years. You shall watch your family be destroyed. You will see your children die before your eyes. You will be hungry for years. You will suffer greatly for centuries to come before death.' Methuselah was sore afraid, for the angel was angered. And Methuselah lived for centuries, and he saw his sons and daughters die, many old and many young. His cattle had lost its numbers, for they could no longer drink the water. His fields lost their food, and the plants withered. Methuselah cried for years, overcome by dread and agony. Methuselah yelled out in anger to the Lord, saying, 'My Lord, You have let me suffer during many days of my life. I shall not live my thousand years.' And Methuselah created a fire, and he walked into it and was burned to ashes. His days were nine hundred and sixty-nine years."

By the end of the scroll, it states:

"And the Lord spoke the name of the angel with hate and sorrow. And the Lord said, 'Because you have done this, you shall be forever cursed and shunned for all your days.' And the Lord wept for six days."

"I am personally stunned by this because never before has an angel been shown to do something like this. Normally, these malevolent beings would be called 'fallen angels', but it seems that the authors made this one an exception for some reason that I have no clue about," Mr. Hills said. "But... um... it does freak me out a bit."

In an interview regarding these discoveries, Dr. Simons states that these scrolls are crucial to gathering more details about time periods that are overlooked in the canon books.

Dr. Simons chose to translate one of the granite stelae, which Mr. Hills agreed to do. They could not identify who wrote on the stela, but in doing so, they found something so shocking that they were more reluctant to share what they discovered. However, they distributed the information to the media, and the translation, according to Mr. Hills, read:

"When dawn came, the angel said to me, 'Behold, for your people have tested me, cursed my name, and laughed at me. Now, you shall see your kingdom perish for the entirety of this day. You shall face a plague that none can stop. All who speak my name... shall die.' And the day begun, but the sun did not shine. My wife and son died at midday. Homes burned to the ground. Many of my people were covered in red marks. Many of the children coughed and cried before they died."

When Dr. Simons was requested to share the other scrolls and some of the clay tablets by media sources, he blatantly refused. He later sent a note about this on social media, stating:

"While I am sorry for my refusal to share the translations of the other scrolls, I truly believe that it is for the benefit of everybody on social media. If you ever want to be able to sleep well again, I insist that I do not share the translations. Mr. John Hills and I have agreed on this decision to not give anything more from the scrolls we found."

Hundreds of commenters on his apology post were angered by his denial of access to the translations, leading to a major backlash against him. He consistently denied them access, implying numerous times that they would regret it. The commenters continued to try and persuade Dr. Simons to release the translations. Dr. Simons eventually gave in and released a small amount of the translations.

Before releasing a piece of the translation, he issued a warning to sensitive readers, claiming that the translation consists of gruesome material that may be upsetting to them.

He released a small chunk of the translation, which read:

"The children drowned in sorrow and pain. Their eyes were gouged out, their tongues ripped out, their heads cut off, their blood forming rivers. The day was filled with the cries of the innocent. And the Lord's hate became strong."

Since the release, most of the commenters went silent. Some of them commented with apologies for the demands they made.

Two weeks later, Mr. Hills sent a voicemail to Dr. Simons, telling him that he was quitting his job. Dr. Simons asked why when he called him. He recorded the call to send to the police:

Dr. Simons - "Mr. Hills? What is going on?"

Mr. Hills - "Dr. Simons, I'm quitting my job."

Dr. Simons - "What? Why?

Mr. Hills - "I can't handle it anymore, Simons! It's driving me insane!"

Mr. Hills - *sobs loudly*

Dr. Simons - "Please, calm down! What is driving you insane?"

Mr. Hills - "Those damned scrolls and tablets! They are cursed! We should have never found those!"

Dr. Simons - "Mr. Hills, please—"

Mr. Hills - "No, Simons! I can't do it! He won't leave me alone!"

Dr. Simons - "Wait! Who isn't leaving you alone?!"

Mr. Hills - "THAT... THING!"

Dr. Simons - "What thing?!"


Dr. Simons - "What are you talking about?! Who are you talking about?!"

Mr. Hills - "Maveoth!"

Dr. Simons - "Who?"


Dr. Simons sent the recording to police on Tuesday, requesting that they go to Mr. Hills to check on him, saying he would join them.

The police agreed to send an officer with Dr. Simons to Mr. Hills' house to check on him. However, upon arrival to his property, they entered the house to find Mr. Hills dead on the floor due to suicide by gunshot.

Dr. Simons announced the tragedy to the public, claiming that it was a horrible loss, but not revealing any details.

According to the officer who went with Dr. Simons, Dr. Simons found a note on a table which read:

"If God hates him, then so do I."

Dr. Simons, three days after, suddenly disappeared without a trace. The reason is unknown. A letter he wrote to himself was found and was shared publicly by police for investigation. No further information is given. The letter said the following:

"I was not able to understand the reason my friend, Mr. Hills, committed suicide. I never believed that such a thing could happen, but somehow, those scrolls changed him. I do not know what he read, but I know that it was enough to get him to convince himself to kill himself. I would have thought that this was just coincidental, but then I remembered one line that has haunted me..."