Humans can exemplify instances of angelic qualities and demonic qualities. An apple is red, so an apple is an instance of an exemplification of redness. Red crayons also exemplify redness, but an apple is an apple and a crayon a crayon. Yes, angelic humans I.e. priests ask for directions. Angels and demons walk among us in the form of humans. We just call it a miracle when a priest does something and magic when a sorcerer does it.
Because angelic and demonic presence manifests through qualities of humanity, demonic or angelic presence is inherent in subtle human behaviors. We consider priest as being extensional of divine will on Earth, so human priests are angelic in that. Like a red apple is still a fruit and a red crayon is still a crayon, human priests are still human, albeit they have angelic power such that they can bless things or restrain entities. Biblical usage of the phrase son of God is ambiguous. In Genesis 6:1–4, KJV, the phrase sons of God refer to angels, but the phrase may also refer to rabbis. It shows up in Christianity regarding Jesus Christ being the son of God, but that implies Jesus could have been the son of an angel or a priest. Demoniality was a common charge aimed at women accused of witchcraft.
Yes, priests and pious people ask for directions all the time. I am on the other spectrum because I exemplify demonic qualities. Humans are demonic and angelic where our conscience is our angelic daemon. Priest, adepts, and sorcerers are not fictional. We live in the same communities you do, so many people have probably seen angelic humans – like pious Christians. Evangelicals believe they are messengers of divinity so they would have similar roles to angels while they are not veritable angels.
As was aforementioned, crayons and apples exemplify redness, but apples are fruit and crayons are not, so crayons and apples do not supervene on the same things such that we can say they are approximately equivalent. The metaphysical issue is “What does it mean to be human?” such that we can determine if a person is a human or an angel. Theologically and metaphysically, the categories are a little blurred which causes conflicts among religions. For example, Muslims consider Jesus a prophet and not part of the Christian idea of the trinity because they do not believe Allah would enter his creation. The Greeks proposed a larger separation in the boundaries between mortals and gods than Egyptians.
Conventionally, wicked humans are demonic and righteous humans are angelic, so if you see someone your intuition says is evil or wicked, they [denote something that is] demonic and vice versa. They also can ask for directions…Metaphysically, evil always being good and divinity always being bad is an illusion. They represent powers of unity and separation that are necessary to create the cosmos. Angels are not always good, and demons are not always bad…
…Personally, I mark a real mythological, hybrid lineage with real magical or psychic power, so unless I see someone doing Thaumaturgy or Sorcery, I consider them mundane. If I recall correctly, to be a saint, for example, someone must see you do Thaumaturgy.
I associate demonic to Earthly and secular, so I see my role here on Earth as being tied to Earthly affairs and entities. …I study the natural world. My spiritual purpose thus coincides with my profession. There is a tenuous separation between the natural world and the preternatural world. Science is Natural Magic. The name changed over time to Natural Philosophy, and now we call it the Natural Sciences. As someone who respects nature, I frown at overt usages of magic to thwart those laws. I am fine with local, powerful magic here and there. That is why I am not happy with people unleashing torrents of magic for politics…
The Holy Spirit is a demon?!
No, the Holy Spirit is a daemon. A daemon is a mediator between humans and gods. Here, the Abrahamic God. An example of an angelic daemon is a good angel on your right shoulder. The Holy Spirit is in your heart, or the seat of your soul. When Jesus ascended to Heaven, he left the Holy Spirit to act as the messenger in the hearts of men. In literature and media, writers depict moral dilemmas as a good angel on the character’s right shoulder, and a devil on the left shoulder. Daemons can be angelic or demonic. Evil daemons are cacodemon and good daemons, like angelic ones, are eudaemons. Pragmatically, daemon, or daimon, references a lesser god, intermediary, or demigod.