To me, the most important thing in all of it is the realization of the Truth, which is, that there is no god but God.By the way, I was talking to Forever Light because he/she is obviously into the "JahTruth" thing, which has this whole wierd story about us all being fallen angels and the creation of the world as a prison for evil "spirit beings" who engaged in some kind of rebellion on another planet.
Realizing this to be the truth is what sets you free - including, but not limited to, being set-free from having to be subject to the whims of other imperfect created beings.
The "war in heaven" started because of people having fallen into the worship of a created being (an Archangel) in place of, or in preference to God (Love, Good and Truth; Light). As soon as that happens, those involved start to learn from (and therefore become subject to and complicit with) the imperfect created being which they are worshipping, instead of from The One True (Perfect) God or "Force", from which all that is created, springs and has its origin.
To my mind, it is what caused "the fall" - making created beings into false gods (which starts first with thoughts, and that then will inevitably will lead to imperfect words and imperfect actions) and worshiping (trusting) them implicitly (foolishly), rather than trusting (and therefore, worshiping) only the One TRUE God (Who is Perfect) and learning from Him, in every moment, how to be, and in all situations.
Christ said, ye shall know the Truth, and the Truth will set you free.
Falling into worship (beginning with idolizing) of other created-beings (turning them into heroes and then into false gods) is the beginning of "The Fall". This to me, is the problem, and it is also the test, and has been a "key" realization for me, which I feel joy in being able to share with others, if possible.
If you look at the world, meaning people, it seems as if nearly everyone is STILL doing this in one way or another - worshiping and following after other imperfect (like themselves) created beings. Through this mistake, they make themselves subject to the whims (and faults) of other imperfect people - who ultimately, are the idols of their own making. Through that, others faults are taken on and you become part of it.
Is it easy to break out of "the habit"? No, but with God, nothing shall be impossible.
If that stopped, and everyone returned to just worshiping only God, everyone would be inspired to do the right thing and behave the right way towards others and the world (environment) itself. But, people don't do this.
For me, "the narrative" is given and it is there to assist. The ultimate goal, being redemptive (and thus meaningful) spiritual growth.