For this reason, due to Azazel’s actions towards humanity, God orders imprisonment for these corrupt fallen angels. Conversely, it stipulates in the book of Enoch regarding Azazel’s and his legions.
This scripture in Enoch and a few others, such as Jude 1:6 indicate a quantity of the fallen angels became locked up until the time of their judgment; however, so ingrained and powerful remained Azazel that even though imprisoned, he obviously laid the groundwork for an “ongoing legacy.” Indeed, Azazel’s presence and fame carried on as the leader of the Se'irim, or goat-devils, who haunted the desert and to whom various primitive Semitic tribes offered sacrifices and fornicated with. (Lev 17:7; 2 Chr 11:15; Isa 34:14).
Conclusively, the goatman Azazel melted his monstrous behavior over the land while his poisonous spirit developed characters to carry out and continue the Fallen Angels foul wickedness. So from this beginning, the glory of God’s sexual beauty within His/her creation became shrouded with