… sons of God in the book of Enoch were part of the same sons of God recorded of Genesis 6:1–4 who created giants with human females, and part of the same sons of God recorded in the book of Job. The sons of God order was depicted with the morning star angel order that sang together, and “all the sons of God shouted with joy” at the time of the creation of the physical universe. Knowing loyal angels must present themselves to God begins to make sense of Satan accompanying the sons of God on two occasions recorded in the book of Job. Satan seemingly decided to tag along to God in his degraded Satan status after the failed uprising, and after many of the Naphalim were sent to the abyss prison. Satan agreed to perform as an accuser to help sift the tares from the wheat until the end times, before being sent to the abyss.
The book of Enoch went on to indicate that even though the rebellious Watchers in heaven were intimate with God, and learned many things, God did not reveal to the Watchers all the mysteries. And ultimately, as powerful as the Naphalim are, they are no match for the Alpha Omega, Omnipotent, and All-Knowing true God of the Bible. As such the “princes” of the world, Greek ar’khone/archon, angelic leaders of the assembly of the gods, are the beings referenced in 1 Corinthians 2:7–8: “But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, even hidden wisdom, which God ordained before the world unto our glory: Which none of the princes of this world knew: for had they known it, they would not have crucified the Lord of glory.”
After the angels’ original sedition, the rebels implemented their universal view to justify their sedition and to oppose God’s grand plan. The Naphalim schema included diabolical ways to destroy humankind, but not directly by their hands. The rebellious angels organized in a similar manner to the perfection of God’s organization; as Isaiah 14:13–14 notes, Satan wanted to raise his throne up to heaven and to “be like the most High.”