Amenadiel, portrayed by D. B. Woodside, is an angel, Lucifer's older brother, and the eldest of all their siblings. His physical powers are similar to Lucifer's, and he can also slow down time.
As an archangel, Michael Demiurgos led God's forces against Lucifer during rebellion in Heaven but failed. Tom Ellis portrays Michael in the fifth season of the live-action Fox/Netflix series Lucifer, as the brother of Lucifer Morningstar.
In this allegory, Michael leads God's army against Lucifer's (which makes sense, since he's already rebelled against Him), defeats him and once again throws Lucifer and his followers out of Heaven. While this explains their relation to each other in the Bible, sorry folks—they're most definitely not twins.
As Charlotte lays dying, he comforts her; she is in deep fear of returning to Hell. As he cradles her body, Amenadiel regains his wings and flies to Heaven with Charlotte's soul. Lucifer and Chloe find Charlotte's body and Lucifer realizes his brother has gone home to the Silver City and has taken Charlotte with him.
Michael, formerly known as Mi-ka-el, is a central character in Lucifer, serving as the hidden primary antagonist of Season 1 as well as the primary antagonist of Season 5. He is an Archangel and the elder identical twin brother of Lucifer Morningstar.
The fallen angels are named after entities from both Christian and Pagan mythology, such as Moloch, Chemosh, Dagon, Belial, Beelzebub and Satan himself. Following the canonical Christian narrative, Satan convinces other angels to live free from the laws of God, thereupon they are cast out of heaven.
After a tearful goodbye and last kiss with Chloe, Lucifer uses his wings, angelic white once again, to return to his throne in Hell. In season 5, Lucifer returns from Hell to confront his twin brother Michael, who attempts to steal his identity, leaving Amenadiel in his place.
Therefore, the first creation by God was the supreme archangel followed by other archangels, who are identified with lower Intellects. From these Intellects again, emanated lower angels or "moving spheres", from which in turn, emanated other Intellects until it reaches the Intellect, which reigns over the souls.
History. Following his failure to bring Lucifer Morningstar back to Hell, Amenadiel lost his wings. Believing it to be a punishment and test from God, Amenadiel made it his priority to help Lucifer redeem himself. Despite Amenadiel assisting Lucifer in regaining his wings, he still fails to have his own brought back.
After understanding what the wings stood for, Lucifer burnt them in front of Amenadiel, as the angel was the one that had tipped Grant off to steal the wings, in an attempt to encourage him to go back to Hell.
Michael the Archangel, in the Bible and in the Qurʾān (as Mīkāl), one of the archangels. He is repeatedly depicted as the “great captain,” the leader of the heavenly hosts, and the warrior helping the children of Israel.
In most depictions Michael is represented as an angelic warrior, fully armed with helmet, sword, and shield, in the style of a Byzantine officer, which is typically found even in Western depictions, though some late-medieval ones have him in contemporary knightly armour.
In the Exodus Rabbah, Samael is depicted as the accuser in the heavenly court and tempting to sin, while Michael defends Israel's actions. Here, Samael is identified with Satan. While Satan describes his function as an "accuser," Samael is considered to be his proper name.
While it doesn't seem like Chloe is an angel, she is considered to be "blessed," and that's probably why she's immune to Lucifer's powers.
After spending his time on Earth and Hell and committing what he saw as various sins, Amenadiel's wings began to stop functioning and decay.
you see the reason his wing's have change colors, is because lucifer is a angel and as such do not possess a physical body, and thanks to his morningstar power he is able to change everything about him.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) interprets the term "archangel" as meaning "Chief Angel", Michael is the only individual so designated in the Latter Day Saints canon. It is believed that he is the head of all of the angels.
Michael, Raphael, Jophiel, Gabriel, Zadkiel, Chamuel, and Uriel.
God had a wife, Asherah, whom the Book of Kings suggests was worshipped alongside Yahweh in his temple in Israel, according to an Oxford scholar. In 1967, Raphael Patai was the first historian to mention that the ancient Israelites worshipped both Yahweh and Asherah.
Aurora Morningstar, commonly known as Rory, is a central character in Lucifer. She is the Nephilim daughter of Lucifer Morningstar and Chloe Decker. She was raised solely by her mother after Lucifer seemingly abandoned them before she was born, resulting in her resenting her absent father.
Mazikeen is Lucifer's closest friend and perhaps the most lethal demon that currently walks the Earth. While there aren't all that many demons who manage to get out of Hell, Maze accompanied Lucifer on his journey to Earth and has been at his side (more often than not) ever since.
Lucifer was said to be "the fabled son of Aurora and Cephalus, and father of Ceyx".
Hiranyakashipu, the king of the demons, learns of his brother's death at the hands of Varaha, the boar incarnation of Vishnu, and vows to kill Vishnu in revenge.
He may have stood about 5-ft. -5-in. (166 cm) tall, the average man's height at the time.
Bezaliel (also Busasejal, Basasael), Aramaic ניאל (damaged), Greek Θωνιήλ (damaged), was the 13th Watcher of the 20 leaders of the 200 fallen angels that are mentioned in an ancient work called the Book of Enoch. This angel is probably one of the most controversial of the list of fallen angels in the Book of Enoch.