Answer from Kim Michaels. This answer was given at a conference in Estonia in 2017.
Question: What is the percentage of fallen beings in embodiment on earth?
Kim: My sense of it is that it’s less than 1%. It’s not a high number in percentage but we’re still talking about quite a number of fallen beings. It’s just that all of them are not as openly evil as Satan, Lucifer, Hitler and so on. And many of them actually don’t appear to be evil because they’re not directly killing or violating or torturing people but they have supposedly good intentions of bringing some kind of change. It’s just that their vision of this change is flawed to begin with and it often involves some kind of force. So you could argue that there are examples of leaders who have seemingly been benevolent and wanting to do the right thing for their citizens but they can still be fallen beings because they are using some kind of force, even if it isn’t physical force they are using mental force with some kind of ideology. So the Christian church is an example of this. But today we have scientific materialism which is really created and promoted by the fallen beings but of course they don’t use violence to do it but they use other means.
Question: Are there more fallen beings out of embodiment than in embodiment?
Kim: Yes there are. My sense is that it’s a lot more. They are more in the emotional realm than in physical embodiment because there are a lot of lower beings that are trapped in what you call the levels of hell or the astral plane. There aren’t as many in the mental realm I sense as in physical embodiment and there are even fewer in the identity realm. But in the emotional realm there are quite a few.
Question: Do they have a leader like the ultimate evil being?
Kim: Well they don’t have just one leader because often they have rivalry between them. The ascended masters are united but the fallen beings can never be fully united. They can have some alliances and work together somehow but whatever you want to call it, the higher they go in their own self-created status, the more jealous they are of each other and the more they want to be the one that’s the ultimate one. But if you read the new book, there’s talk about there’s one called the “dark master” in the identity realm who has had a very big impact on earth and he’s the one behind the whole idea that’s promoting an idea such as an ideology or a religion justifies killing human beings. So he’s the primary fallen being behind that and he is actually meant to be taken. And he was meant to be taken in the 1900’s but because not enough people had responded to Jesus’ real teachings about the path to Christhood he couldn’t be taken yet. It was actually explained in the book that when Jesus ascended he was bound. It is also talked about in Revelations in veiled language. He was bound and then to give earth a chance to grow in the Piscean age without being burdened by his presence. But he had to be let loose again so they could choose whether to follow him or not. And because not enough people understood the path to Christhood, it led to the first world war, the second world war, the cold war and other wars.
Question: Was he called Satan?
Kim: No. He is kind of a lower being actually. Now you have to understand that the word Satan and the word Lucifer, they have been used in different ways by different spiritual teachings throughout time. So it’s a little bit difficult to say exactly who this is. But what the new book does is it sort of demystifies everything and portrays them as just two fallen beings, Lucifer and Satan. They were just two fallen beings. They were not really that special even though they had certain powers but it was not that they were the ultimate because the book also explains that the whole idea that there is one devil that is the opposite of God is an illusion. There is a certain remote god in the sky, but that is actually a creation by the fallen beings and that god can have an opposite but not it is not just one fallen being that is the opposite it is sort of a conglomerate of them.
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