I guess it depends on what your definition of “Divine” is.
I am a black magician. I view demons and angels as my partners in magick. I bend my knee to no one (except, maybe a sexy whip wielding woman dressed in leather or latex on occasion )
I do not see demons as anything to worship; they are simply extra-dimensional beings that serve a specific purpose in this universe and that willingly help with furthering my goals. They are not omnipotent beings that are above me; they are not infallible, they can and do fail at tasks, and they can be just as petty and selfish as humans.
What they do have, however, is power, and power, I can use.
While some here take a religious view and get offended if someone talks smack about their favourite demon, I do not (personally, I find it hilarious that people who will willingly bash someone else’s idea of a divine being, like Jesus, will get their panties in a bunch if someone else bashes Lucifer or Satan or King Paimon).
To me, everything is Divine, for everything springs forth from the Eternal, so why would I bow down to demons, when I, as an emanation from that same Source, I am just as divine as they are?