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Angels of God

                                                                                            

 Angels of God

 

Angels in Zoroastrianism

Angels in  Buddhism

Angels in Hinduism

Angels in  Islam

Angels in Christianity

Angels in Judaism

 

 

 

 

   

I believe that  angles have been around us since the beginning of time. You have the Angels of God powers in your life, from the moment you are born. God Angels

are around us to guide, guard and push you, to spiritual advancing in your life. From the moment of birth our heavenly father assigns Angels (powers) on each of

us.  At the top right of this site you can enter your birth date information and find out 2 of your guide angels. ( click on submit will open 2 new windows with the info.

 

This site is trying to explore these phenomena called the Angels of God. Here you can learn about them and how you can develop your own relationship with God

via the angels or expand the contact that you already have with him... Angels commonly thought of us as messengers and communicators between humans and

God, By the Kabalah teaching; the 72 angels are the inhabitants of the nine divine Choirs as described by the kabalistic tree of life, and are what we all often refer

as the Guardians angels, or Guide angels. By the Kabbalah and many other spiritual teachings the angels connect us to the energies of the Divine, by using the

metaphor of the step down transformer-an electrical device (the angels) that decreases a high voltage source (the divine or God) so that it can be plugged into a

lower voltage receptor (humans), on the other side, when we invoke, pray or appeal to the divine, the angels serve as kind of amplifiers to transmit our small and

finite communication to the vast

and infinite universal Divine


The angels are energetic embodiments and vibratory expressions of the qualities and person of the divine. They awaken our consciousness to the presence of the divine that already exist in each and every human being ( our soul ). By partaking of them we activate aspects of the divine within us. While we are said to contain all the angelic characters within us and tune to them in different degrees, we have correspondence to particular angelic forces more, according to our time and date of birth.

 

Angels are neither male nor female, but they are often referred to as he or she.  They do not have a human form because they are made up of divine energy; some call it love and light.  Angels will project themselves to us in a manner we are most comfortable with, which means we often see them as human. If they have a message to give us, they may even come to us in the form of a departed loved one, so as not to scare us. Other ways Angels may appear to us is through lights, colors, sounds, feelings, thoughts, dreams and scents.

 

Angels do not want to be worshipped, they do not want us to pray to them as we pray to God, but we can't expect guidance from them unless we ask for it. God has given all of us free will and Angels are not interfere with that, yet these energy around us is pushing us to do things all the time, to fulfill God wish for advance and push upper our souls. To contact Angels, all you need to do is talk ( real talking or just inside your head ). It's as simple as that. There is nothing you can't discuss with Angels. They know everything, so you're able to discuss anything with them. Nothing is too small or trivial for Angels, they're here to guide and help you.

 

If you really want, it is very simple to contact your Angels.  All you need to do is call them.  Many people choose to construct an altar, meditate, read from the bible, light candles, burn incense... there's as many ways to contact angels, as there are people.  It's all personal preference.  Even though these techniques may set the stage, make you more comfortable and make the Angels feel welcomed, this is not necessary.  All you need to do is call out to them.  It doesn't have to be in words, all it needs to be is a thought "Angel, I need your help."  They always come if you open yourself up to their energy, you will feel their presence.

 

Once you feel your Angels, ask them questions.  Let your mind go blank and allow anything to flow, don't try to make it happen.  You may want to keep a journal and write down anything that comes to mind.  There are many ways to communicate with Angels, no way is better than the other.  It depends on what is comfortable for you.  Some people meditate, while others choose to communicate through dreams.  Some people actually hear the Angels talking to them, while others "feel" what the Angels are saying.  Experiment and find what works best for you.

 

You'll be able to identify your Guide Angels by the way they "feel". 

 

Each Guide Angel has a different energy, just like humans.  You may be able to feel their size or color, you may be able to tell how they smell, or how they sound.  Again, no one way is better than the other, its how the Angels choose to communicate with you and what's easiest for you to comprehend.  With time you'll know which Guide Angel is helping you and from there you'll know what your individual Guides Angels "specialize" in. 

Guardian or Guide Angels are like all other angels, with one exception - they've been assigned to stand by us throughout our life, through good and bad.  Everyone is given at least two Guardian Angels, most have much more.

Your Guardian Angels know everything you've said, done or thought since the day you were born.  They are non-judgmental and they look forward to helping you when requested.

Many religions believe in Angels - Christianity, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam all have their Angels and hierarchy.  Although I acknowledge the angels from all the religions, the focus of this site is on the Judeo-Christian Angels.

The sources of the angels used in Kabbalah and ceremonial magic are primarily Jewish. The canonical Old Testament books mention only Michael and Gabriel, but apocryphal and Talmudic literature provide richer sources, and there is a suspicion that this was a result of contact with Zoroastrianism during the period of the Babylonian Exile (6th-5th centuries BC). However as we can see, almost all the religions of the old and new world have kind of angel Gods forms, it can point that, many people from all over the world had unique contact and experience with angels, there for they have so many deferent names, yet they can present the same spiritual entities. In next chapters I present some angels examples from all over the world, during deferent times in the human history.

The word "angel" is derived from the Christian Latin "angelos", itself derived from the Greek "aggelos", which is a translation of the Hebrew word "mal-ach", (a messenger or worker of God).


Angels are typically found in groups, reflecting their role in mediating the divine influence.


For example, in Zorastrianism there was a belief in the AmeshaSpentas, seven holy or bounteous immortals who were functional aspects ofAhura Mazda, the Wise Lord.

 

The image of angels as we understand them in Western Christian society had probebly some of their origins in the ancient Persian religion of Zoroastrianism, an ancient religion during the Persian empires (559 BC to 651 AC) and was the most powerful world religion at the time of Jesus Christ.  It is one of the oldest monotheist religions and you can still find it being practiced today, especially in Iran and India.  Zoroastrianism recognizes various classes of spiritual beings besides the Supreme Being (Ahura Mazda): The Amesha Spentas, Yazatas, and Fravashis. In practice (cf. Sad Dar, chapter 26), Zoroastrians pick a patron angel for their protection, and throughout their lives are careful to observe prayers dedicated to that angel.

Amesha Spentas (Phl. Amahraspandan) ("Archangels")

Literally, "Beneficent Immortals", these are the highest spiritual beings created by Ahura Mazda (thier name for say God). Their names are:

·         Vohu Mano (Phl. Vohuman): lit. Good Mind. Presides over cattle.

·         Asha Vahishta (Phl. Ardwahisht): lit. Highest Asha, the Amahraspand presiding over Asha and fire.

·         Khshathra Vairya (Phl. Shahrewar): lit. 'Desirable Dominion', the Amahraspand presiding over metals.

·         Spenta Armaiti (Phl. Spandarmad): lit. 'Holy Devotion', the Amahraspand presiding over the earth

·         Haurvatat (Phl. Hordad): lit. 'Perfection or Health'. Presides over water.

·         Ameretat (Phl. Amurdad): lit. 'Immortality', the Amahraspand presiding over the Earth.

 

Fravashis (Phl. Farohars) ("Guardian Angels"):

Also known as Arda Fravash ("Holy Guardian Angels"). Each person is accompanied by a guardian angel (Y26.4, 55.1), which acts as a guide throughout life. They originally patrolled the boundaries of the ramparts of heaven (Bd6.3, Zs5.2), but volunteer to descend to earth to stand by individuals to the end of their days. Ahura Mazda advises Zarathushtra to invoke them for help whenever he finds himself in danger (Yt13.19-20). If not for their guardianship, animals and people could not have continued to exist, because the wicked Druj would have destroyed them all (Yt13.12-13).

The Fravashi also serves as an ideal which the soul has to strive for and emulate, and ultimately becomes one with after death (Y16.7, 26.7, 26.11, 71.23, Yt22.39) (See Dhalla, History of Zoroastrianism, pg 232-243, 375-378)

They manifest the energy of God, and preserve order in the creation. They are said to fly like winged birds, and are represented by a winged disk, often with a person superimposed (as in the above representation). Yazatas (Phl. Yazads) ("Angels"):

Sasanian angel and heart (8th ce. C.E.)

Lit 'adorable ones', a created spiritual being, worthy of being honored or praised. Like the Amesha Spentas they personify abstract ideas and virtues, or concrete objects of nature. The Yazatas are ever trying to help people, and protect us from evil (cf. Dk3, ch. 66). See below for some specifics of the more important Yazatas.

 

Angels in  Buddhism


The Buddhist equivalent of angels is devas, or celestial beings. Some schools of Buddhism also refer to dharmapalas or dharma protectors. In Tibetan Buddhism, for instance, devas are sometimes considered to be emanations of bodhisattvas or enlightened beings. Different schools of Buddhism have different important devas, as they are often derived from pre-Buddhist cultures and religions and not from Buddhist philosophy.

Devas are spiritual beings by nature--their form is usually described as bodies or emanations of light or energy. They are, however, often depicted in physical form, and there are many images of devas or dharmapalas, particularly in Tibetan Buddhist iconography.

Devas normally do not interfere in human affairs, but as Buddhist teacher Lama Surya Das notes, they have been known to rejoice, applaud, and rain down flowers for good deeds performed in the world. In Thailand, it is believed that devas approve of people meditating and will harass people of whose behavior they don't approve.

The bodhisattva of compassion, known as Kwan Yin in Chinese and Chenrezig in Tibetan, is widely viewed as a sort of Buddhist angel. The bodhisattva's original Sanskrit name, Avolokiteshvara, means "hearer of the 10,000 cries"--that is, he or she (the bodhisattva is male in the original Buddhist texts, but is represented as female in many Buddhist schools) perceives the suffering of all sentient beings. In some sects, reciting her name is believed to summon her aid.

 
 
 
 
 

Angels in Hinduism



While not specifically referred to as angels, Hinduism does have many different types of spirit beings who act in a similar capacity. One example is the minor gods, or devas, literally "shining ones," who inhabit the higher astral plane. Gods, devas, planets like Sani (Saturn), gurus (teachers), and ancestors can all play a protective role for humans. Also present in Hinduism are asuras, evil spirits or demons. They are fallen devas who inhabit the lower astral plane, the mental plane of existence. If asuras do good, they can be reincarnated into devas and do not have to remain eternally in the lower plane. Hinduism also includes apsaras, who are heavenly nymphs, angiris, who preside over sacrifices, and lipika, who regulate karma.

Devas and apsaras are spiritual beings, but they are often depicted in physical form. Apsaras are seductively beautiful and the devas often look like royalty, stately and handsome.

Devas and asuras can inspire or bring down aspirants, helping or hindering people's spiritual journey.


kataragama-deviyo

 

According to traditional Indian Hinduism medicine, Chakra is a concept referring to wheel-like vortices which, are believed to exist in the surface of our body. The Chakras are said to be force centers or whorls of energy permeating, from a point on the physical body, the layers of the subtle bodies in an ever-increasing fan-shaped formation (the fans make the shape of a love heart). Rotating vortices of subtle matter, they are considered the focal points for the reception and transmission of  spiritual energies. Seven major chakras or energy centers, also understood as wheels of lights ( angels ),  are generally believed to exist, located within the subtle body. Practitioners of Hinduism believe the chakras interact with the body's ductless endocrine glands and lymphatic system by feeding in good bio-energies and disposing of unwanted bio-energies.

Much of the original information on Chakras comes from the Upanishads, which are difficult to date because they are believed to have been passed down orally for approximately a thousand years before being written down for the first time between 1200-900 BCE

In Hinduism, the concept of chakras is part of a complex of ideas related to esoteric anatomy. These ideas occur most often in the class of texts that are called  Agamas or Tantras . This is a large body of scriptures. There are many variations on these concepts in the Sanskrit source texts. In earlier texts there are various systems of chakras and nadis , with varying connections between them. Various traditional sources list 5, 6, 7, or 8 chakras. Over time, one system of 6 or 7 chakras along the body's axis became the dominant model, adopted by most schools of yoga . This particular system may have originated in about the 11th century AD, and rapidly became widely popular.It is in this model where Kundalini is said to "rise" upward, piercing the various centers until reaching the crown of the head, resulting in union with the Divine


Here is a description of the seven primary chakras and how its connected to the kabalistic and Christian angelic system

    Muladhara: Base or Root Chakra (last bone in spinal cord -coccyx) serve for communication with the "Angels" from the "Yesod" Sphira - Foundation/ wholly remembering/ coherent knowledge

    Swadhisthana: Sacral Chakra (ovaries/prostate) serve for communicate with the "Principalities" from the "Netzach" Sphira  - Contemplation/ Initiative/ persistence

    Manipura: Solar Plexus Chakra (navel area) serve for communicate with the "Archangels" from the "Hod" Sphira  - Surrender/ sincerity/ steadfastness

    Anahata: Heart Chakra (heart area) serve for communicate with the "Powers" in the "Tipheret" Sphira - Symmetry/ balance/ compassion

    Vishuddha: Throat Chakra (throat and neck area) serve for communicate with the "Dominions" from the Chesed Sphira  - Mercy/ Grace/ Love of (intention to emulate) God and for communicate with the "Virtues" from the "Gevurah" Sphira  - Judgment/ strength/ determination

    Ajna: Brow or Third Eye Chakra (pineal gland or third eye) serve for communication with the Cherubim from "Chokmah" Sphira  the Divine Reality/revelation and also for communicate with the "Thrones" in the dimension of "Binah" - Understanding/ repentance/ reason

    Sahasrara: Crown Chakra (Top of the head; 'Soft spot' of a newborn) serve for communication with the "Seraphim" from the "Katter" Sphira  - Crown Divine Plan/ Creator

 

 

 

Angels in  Islam


Belief in angels is one of the six pillars of the Islam belief or faith without which there is no faith. Whoever does not believe in any of these pillars is not a believer (mu'min). These pillars are belief in: Allaah, His angels, His Books, His Messengers, the Last Day, and that predestination, both good and bad, comes from Allaah.

Angels are a part of the world of the Unseen which we cannot comprehend. Allah has told us about them in many places in the Qur'aan and via His Prophet Muhammad. There follows a number of proven reports concerning the angels, which hopefully will make you realize the greatness of the Creator and the greatness of this religion which has told us so much about them:


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Of what are they created?
They are created from light, as 'Aa'ishah reported: "The Messenger of Allah said: 'The angels are created from light, just as the jinn are created from smokeless fire and mankind is created from what you have been told about.'" (Reported by Muslim, no. 2996).

They have wings.
Allah says (interpretation of the meaning): "Praise be to Allaah, Who created (out of nothing) the heavens and the earth, Who made the angels messengers with wings - two, or three, or four (pairs) adds to Creation as He pleases: for Allah has power over all things." [Faatir 35:1]

Their differences in size and status.
The angels are not all of one size or status; there are differences between them just as there are differences in virtue. The best of them are those that were present at the battle of Badr, as is stated in the hadeeth narrated by Mu'aadh ibn Rifaa'ah al-Zuraaqi from his father, who had been one of the people present at Badr. He said: "Jibreel came to the Prophet and asked, 'How do you rate the people among you who were present at Badr?' He said: 'They are the best of the Muslims,' or something similar. [Jibreel] said: 'So it is with the angels who were present at Badr.'" (Reported by al-Bukhaari, no. 3992).

They do not eat or drink.
This is indicated by the conversation between Ibraaheem, the "friend" of Allaah and the angels who visited him. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): "Then he turned quickly to his household, brought out a fatted calf, and placed it before them. He said, 'Will you not eat?' (When they did not eat), he conceived a fear of them. They said: 'Fear not,' and they gave him glad tidings of a son endowed with knowledge." [al-Dhaariyaat 51:26-28]

Their number.
The angels are many, and their number is known only to Allah. The Prophet said, described the Much-Frequented House (al-Bayt al-Ma'moor) in the seventh heaven: "Then I was taken up to the Much-Frequented House: every day seventy thousand angels visit it and leave, never returning to it again, another [group] coming after them." (Reported by al-Bukhaari, Fath, no. 3207).

Their names
The angels have names, but we know only the names of a few of them. We have to believe in the names reported in the Qur'aan and Sunnah texts, as a part of general belief in the angels. Among the names of angels that are known to us are:

In Islam four angels are well known: Jibril(Gabriel), the angel of revelation; Mikal (Michael), the angel of nature; Izrail (Azrael), the angel of death, and Israfil, the angel who places the soul in the body and sounds the last judgement.

More about the engels in the islam in this page: Al-Malaa'ikah (Angels) from the Islam







Angels in Christianity

Angels were embraced by Christianity like no religion before it, Throughout the Bible we find it repeatedly implied that each individual soul has its tutelary angel. Thus Abraham, when sending his steward to seek a wife for Isaac, says: "He will send His angel before thee" (Genesis 24:7).

The words of the ninetieth Psalm which the devil quoted to our Lord (Matt., iv, 6) are well known, and Judith accounts for her heroic deed by saying: "As the Lord liveth, His angel hath been my keeper" (xiii, 20). These passages and many like them (Gen., xvi, 6-32; Osee, xii, 4; III K., xix, 5; Acts, xii, 7; Ps., xxxiii, 8), though they will not of themselves demonstrate the doctrine that every individual has his appointed guardian angel, receive their complement in our Saviour's words: "See that you despise not on of these little ones; for I say to you that their angels in Heaven always see the face of My Father Who is in Heaven" (Matt, xviii, 10), words which illustrate the remark of St. Augustine: "What lies hidden in the Old Testament, is made manifest in the New".

Indeed, the book of Tobias seems intended to teach this truth more than any other, and St. Jerome in his commentary on the above words of our Lord says: "The dignity of a soul is so great, that each has a guardian angel from its birth." The general doctrine that the angels are our appointed guardians is considered to be a point of faith, but that each individual member of the human race has his own individual guardian angel is not of faith (de fide); the view has, however, such strong support from the Doctors of the Church that it would be rash to deny it (cf. St. Jerome, supra). Peter the Lombard (Sentences, lib. II, dist. xi) was inclined to think that one angel had charge of several individual human beings.

St. Bernard's beautiful homilies (11-14) on the ninetieth Psalm breathe the spirit of the Church without however deciding the question. The Bible represents the angels not only as our guardians, but also as actually interceding for us. "The angel Raphael (Tob., xii, 12) says: "I offered thy prayer to the Lord" (cf. Job, v, 1 (Septuagint), and 33:23 (Vulgate); Apocalypse 8:4). The Catholic cult of the angels is thus thoroughly scriptural. Perhaps the earliest explicit declaration of it is to be found in St. Ambrose's words: "We should pray to the angels who are given to us as guardians" (De Viduis, ix); (cf. St. Aug., Contra Faustum, xx, 21). An undue cult of angels was reprobated by St. Paul (Col., ii, 18), and that such a tendency long remained in the same district is evidenced by Canon 35 of the Synod of Laodicea.

The love of angels came from the people and not the church fathers. In the middle Ages, there was an "Angel mania" with countless sightings of angels and saints.  At this time there was a great acceptance of the idea of “visions”, especially in England and France. People obsessed by angels would have countless visions of angels appearing to them and giving them advice.  But people soon became disillusioned by all the sightings along with the false sightings reported.

Today in the Christian countries of the West, people are again becoming more conscious of angels.  They are exploring their spirituality and questioning beliefs they were raised with.  They are turning to a more loving and accepting concept of religion and the thought of a "Higher Being" or "Light" that watches over us all, regardless of religion or beliefs.



Dionysius Hierarchy of Angels

Nine Celestial Orders of Angels

 

First order:  Closest in order to God

Seraphims

Keter - Crown Divine Plan/ Creator

The guardians before God's throne, referred to as "the fiery spirits", they are usually pictured with six wings and flames.  They constantly sing God's praise and regulate heaven.  They are colored a flaming red and gold to symbolize fire.  God's grace flows through the seraphim to the angels below, dispelling darkness and purifying the universe.  It was from this order that Satan emerged.  Before his fall from Grace, he was considered the angel who outshone all others.  Seraphim's are the highest order of angels.      

Cherubims

Chokmah -

Divine Reality/revelation

Gods record keepers and guardians of God's glory.  Over the years Cherubims have undergone radical transformations from the Assyrian leonine-monster guardian to the winged creature of the Old Testament to a chubby baby with blue wings which appeared in the 1600s.  Originally, Cherubims were depicted with multi-eyed peacock's feathers to symbolize their all-knowing character.  The first angels mentioned in the bible, God placed the Cherubim at the east of the Garden of Eden to guard the way to the Tree of Life.  They are the charioteers of God and bearers of his throne. 

Thrones

Binah - Understanding/ repentance/ reason

Referred to as "the many eyed ones",  portrayed as winged wheels within wheels, whose rims were covered in eyes.  They support the Throne of God and consider how God's decisions should be manifested.  Their mission is to bring judgment for individual karma and society as a whole. 

 

Second order:  Priest-Princes of the court of heaven

Dominions

Chesed - Mercy/ Grace/ Love of (intention to emulate) God

These are the Angels who bring you the teachings of intuition.  Through them the majesty of God is manifested.  They carry scepter and sword to symbolize the given power over all creation and decide what needs to be done to accomplish God's needs and regulate the duties of angels to ensure the universe keeps working as it should.  They appear in human shape, wearing a triple crown to signify their position over the physical form.  They can be seen carrying a scepter, holding a cross and/or a sword to symbolize the balance between the active and passive forces. 

Virtues

Gevurah - Judgment/ strength/ determination

Drawing on God's force to work miracles on earth, the "brilliant" or "shining ones" are the angels of miracles, encouragement and blessings.  Virtues are the ones who become involved whenever people are struggling with their faith.  They have four blue feathered wings and war sparkling armor.  They can often be seen with a scepter, axe spear, sword and/or a shield for protection.  But each of these "tools" are decorated with instruments of passion.  They work hand-in-hand with the Thrones to bestow grace and rewards on those who have overcome deeds in their physical lives.

Powers

Tipheret - Symmetry/ balance/ compassion

First order of angels created by God, it is the job of the Powers to prevent the fallen angels from taking over the world and keep the universe in balance.  They also bring the power of intellect in such matters as math, geometry, astronomy and so on, making them the professors and educators.

 

Third order: The Ministering Angels

Principalities

Netzach - Contemplation/ Initiative/ persistence

The protectors of religions, guardian angels of cities, nations, rulers.  They keep watch over nations and attempt to inspire their leaders to make wise decisions.  Often depicted wearing soldier's garb and sandals, they are seen in human form.  They provide strength to the tribes of Earth to pursue and endure their faith. 

Archangels

Hod - Surrender/ sincerity/ steadfastness

The "chief-angels", they carry God's messages to humans and command God's armies of angels in constant battle with the "Sons of Darkness".  They look after the affairs of humankind and act as guardian angels to leaders of world movements.  These are the Angels who stand around God's throne, ready to carry out the divine and most important decrees to humans.   According to the book of Revelation, there are seven archangels who stand in the presence of God, but only four are mentioned in the Old Testament,  Michael, Gabriel, Raphael and Uriel.  The identity of the other three is subject to debate.  The three recognized in the Judeo-Christian belief are Raguel, Jophiel and Chamuel.  Other possible candidates are Ariel, Azrael, Camael, Haniel, Jeremiel, Metetron, Raziel, Sandalphon and Zadkiel. 

Angels

Yesod - Foundation/ wholly remembering/ coherent knowledge

Celestial beings closest to humans, Angels are the intermediaries between God and mortals.  Assigned by God to every human being at the time of his or her birth, they assist every aspect of life in the universe.  They deal with the aspects of everyday life and act as the direct gateway for information, knowledge and communications between human kind and the God force.  These angels are seen with human bodies, wings and clothed in various garments depending on the traditions and visual acceptance of the human they have "been assigned to".  In reality, Angels do not have human bodies, wings or clothing, they are made up of energy and love.  The only thing Angels do not help humans do is destroy themselves, the planet and other human beings, they are always a force for all that is positive, good and true.

 

 

 

Angels in Judaism

 

The Bible uses various terms for angels, including:
* "MALACHIM" - GOD Messengers
* ministers
* heavenly hosts or the hosts of heaven
* the armies of heaven
* fallen angels are also called demons


Differently from other religious forms, the Jews are forbidden to create any image of god/s, there for the Jews are using the Hebrew letters from the bible, for presenting God.

From the description in the bible of how to build the Ark is in Exodus 25:10-22,
"And make two cherubim out of hammered gold at the ends of the cover. Make one cherub on one end and the second cherub on the other; make the cherubim of one piece with the cover, at the two ends. The cherubim are to have their wings spread upward, overshadowing the cover with them. The cherubim are to face each other. Looking toward the cover."

We can imagine how the Cherubim on the ark looked like

 

 

 

 

THE ANGELS

   

I believe that  angles have been around us since the beginning of time. You have the Angels of God powers in your life, from the moment you are born. God Angels

are around us to guide, guard and push you, to spiritual advancing in your life. From the moment of birth our heavenly father assigns Angels (powers) on each of

us.  At the top right of this site you can enter your birth date information and find out 2 of your guide angels. ( click on submit will open 2 new windows with the info.

 

This site is trying to explore these phenomena called the Angels of God. Here you can learn about them and how you can develop your own relationship with God

via the angels or expand the contact that you already have with him... Angels commonly thought of us as messengers and communicators between humans and

God, By the Kabalah teaching; the 72 angels are the inhabitants of the nine divine Choirs as described by the kabalistic tree of life, and are what we all often refer

as the Guardians angels, or Guide angels. By the Kabbalah and many other spiritual teachings the angels connect us to the energies of the Divine, by using the

metaphor of the step down transformer-an electrical device (the angels) that decreases a high voltage source (the divine or God) so that it can be plugged into a

lower voltage receptor (humans), on the other side, when we invoke, pray or appeal to the divine, the angels serve as kind of amplifiers to transmit our small and

finite communication to the vast

and infinite universal Divine


The angels are energetic embodiments and vibratory expressions of the qualities and person of the divine. They awaken our consciousness to the presence of the divine that already exist in each and every human being ( our soul ). By partaking of them we activate aspects of the divine within us. While we are said to contain all the angelic characters within us and tune to them in different degrees, we have correspondence to particular angelic forces more, according to our time and date of birth.

 

Angels are neither male nor female, but they are often referred to as he or she.  They do not have a human form because they are made up of divine energy; some call it love and light.  Angels will project themselves to us in a manner we are most comfortable with, which means we often see them as human. If they have a message to give us, they may even come to us in the form of a departed loved one, so as not to scare us. Other ways Angels may appear to us is through lights, colors, sounds, feelings, thoughts, dreams and scents.

 

Angels do not want to be worshipped, they do not want us to pray to them as we pray to God, but we can't expect guidance from them unless we ask for it. God has given all of us free will and Angels are not interfere with that, yet these energy around us is pushing us to do things all the time, to fulfill God wish for advance and push upper our souls. To contact Angels, all you need to do is talk ( real talking or just inside your head ). It's as simple as that. There is nothing you can't discuss with Angels. They know everything, so you're able to discuss anything with them. Nothing is too small or trivial for Angels, they're here to guide and help you.

 

If you really want, it is very simple to contact your Angels.  All you need to do is call them.  Many people choose to construct an altar, meditate, read from the bible, light candles, burn incense... there's as many ways to contact angels, as there are people.  It's all personal preference.  Even though these techniques may set the stage, make you more comfortable and make the Angels feel welcomed, this is not necessary.  All you need to do is call out to them.  It doesn't have to be in words, all it needs to be is a thought "Angel, I need your help."  They always come if you open yourself up to their energy, you will feel their presence.

 

Once you feel your Angels, ask them questions.  Let your mind go blank and allow anything to flow, don't try to make it happen.  You may want to keep a journal and write down anything that comes to mind.  There are many ways to communicate with Angels, no way is better than the other.  It depends on what is comfortable for you.  Some people meditate, while others choose to communicate through dreams.  Some people actually hear the Angels talking to them, while others "feel" what the Angels are saying.  Experiment and find what works best for you.

 

You'll be able to identify your Guide Angels by the way they "feel". 

 

Each Guide Angel has a different energy, just like humans.  You may be able to feel their size or color, you may be able to tell how they smell, or how they sound.  Again, no one way is better than the other, its how the Angels choose to communicate with you and what's easiest for you to comprehend.  With time you'll know which Guide Angel is helping you and from there you'll know what your individual Guides Angels "specialize" in. 

Guardian or Guide Angels are like all other angels, with one exception - they've been assigned to stand by us throughout our life, through good and bad.  Everyone is given at least two Guardian Angels, most have much more.

Your Guardian Angels know everything you've said, done or thought since the day you were born.  They are non-judgmental and they look forward to helping you when requested.

Many religions believe in Angels - Christianity, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam all have their Angels and hierarchy.  Although I acknowledge the angels from all the religions, the focus of this site is on the Judeo-Christian Angels.

The sources of the angels used in Kabbalah and ceremonial magic are primarily Jewish. The canonical Old Testament books mention only Michael and Gabriel, but apocryphal and Talmudic literature provide richer sources, and there is a suspicion that this was a result of contact with Zoroastrianism during the period of the Babylonian Exile (6th-5th centuries BC). However as we can see, almost all the religions of the old and new world have kind of angel Gods forms, it can point that, many people from all over the world had unique contact and experience with angels, there for they have so many deferent names, yet they can present the same spiritual entities. In next chapters I present some angels examples from all over the world, during deferent times in the human history.

The word "angel" is derived from the Christian Latin "angelos", itself derived from the Greek "aggelos", which is a translation of the Hebrew word "mal-ach", (a messenger or worker of God).


Angels are typically found in groups, reflecting their role in mediating the divine influence.


For example, in Zorastrianism there was a belief in the AmeshaSpentas, seven holy or bounteous immortals who were functional aspects ofAhura Mazda, the Wise Lord.

 

Angels in Zoroastrianism

The image of angels as we understand them in Western Christian society had probebly some of their origins in the ancient Persian religion of Zoroastrianism, an ancient religion during the Persian empires (559 BC to 651 AC) and was the most powerful world religion at the time of Jesus Christ.  It is one of the oldest monotheist religions and you can still find it being practiced today, especially in Iran and India.  Zoroastrianism recognizes various classes of spiritual beings besides the Supreme Being (Ahura Mazda): The Amesha Spentas, Yazatas, and Fravashis. In practice (cf. Sad Dar, chapter 26), Zoroastrians pick a patron angel for their protection, and throughout their lives are careful to observe prayers dedicated to that angel.

Amesha Spentas (Phl. Amahraspandan) ("Archangels")

Literally, "Beneficent Immortals", these are the highest spiritual beings created by Ahura Mazda (thier name for say God). Their names are:

·         Vohu Mano (Phl. Vohuman): lit. Good Mind. Presides over cattle.

·         Asha Vahishta (Phl. Ardwahisht): lit. Highest Asha, the Amahraspand presiding over Asha and fire.

·         Khshathra Vairya (Phl. Shahrewar): lit. 'Desirable Dominion', the Amahraspand presiding over metals.

·         Spenta Armaiti (Phl. Spandarmad): lit. 'Holy Devotion', the Amahraspand presiding over the earth

·         Haurvatat (Phl. Hordad): lit. 'Perfection or Health'. Presides over water.

·         Ameretat (Phl. Amurdad): lit. 'Immortality', the Amahraspand presiding over the Earth.

 

Fravashis (Phl. Farohars) ("Guardian Angels"):

Also known as Arda Fravash ("Holy Guardian Angels"). Each person is accompanied by a guardian angel (Y26.4, 55.1), which acts as a guide throughout life. They originally patrolled the boundaries of the ramparts of heaven (Bd6.3, Zs5.2), but volunteer to descend to earth to stand by individuals to the end of their days. Ahura Mazda advises Zarathushtra to invoke them for help whenever he finds himself in danger (Yt13.19-20). If not for their guardianship, animals and people could not have continued to exist, because the wicked Druj would have destroyed them all (Yt13.12-13).

The Fravashi also serves as an ideal which the soul has to strive for and emulate, and ultimately becomes one with after death (Y16.7, 26.7, 26.11, 71.23, Yt22.39) (See Dhalla, History of Zoroastrianism, pg 232-243, 375-378)

They manifest the energy of God, and preserve order in the creation. They are said to fly like winged birds, and are represented by a winged disk, often with a person superimposed (as in the above representation). Yazatas (Phl. Yazads) ("Angels"):

Sasanian angel and heart (8th ce. C.E.)

Lit 'adorable ones', a created spiritual being, worthy of being honored or praised. Like the Amesha Spentas they personify abstract ideas and virtues, or concrete objects of nature. The Yazatas are ever trying to help people, and protect us from evil (cf. Dk3, ch. 66). See below for some specifics of the more important Yazatas.

 

 

Angels in  Buddhism


The Buddhist equivalent of angels is devas, or celestial beings. Some schools of Buddhism also refer to dharmapalas or dharma protectors. In Tibetan Buddhism, for instance, devas are sometimes considered to be emanations of bodhisattvas or enlightened beings. Different schools of Buddhism have different important devas, as they are often derived from pre-Buddhist cultures and religions and not from Buddhist philosophy.

Devas are spiritual beings by nature--their form is usually described as bodies or emanations of light or energy. They are, however, often depicted in physical form, and there are many images of devas or dharmapalas, particularly in Tibetan Buddhist iconography.

Devas normally do not interfere in human affairs, but as Buddhist teacher Lama Surya Das notes, they have been known to rejoice, applaud, and rain down flowers for good deeds performed in the world. In Thailand, it is believed that devas approve of people meditating and will harass people of whose behavior they don't approve.

The bodhisattva of compassion, known as Kwan Yin in Chinese and Chenrezig in Tibetan, is widely viewed as a sort of Buddhist angel. The bodhisattva's original Sanskrit name, Avolokiteshvara, means "hearer of the 10,000 cries"--that is, he or she (the bodhisattva is male in the original Buddhist texts, but is represented as female in many Buddhist schools) perceives the suffering of all sentient beings. In some sects, reciting her name is believed to summon her aid.

 
 
 
 
 

Angels in Hinduism


While not specifically referred to as angels, Hinduism does have many different types of spirit beings who act in a similar capacity. One example is the minor gods, or devas, literally "shining ones," who inhabit the higher astral plane. Gods, devas, planets like Sani (Saturn), gurus (teachers), and ancestors can all play a protective role for humans. Also present in Hinduism are asuras, evil spirits or demons. They are fallen devas who inhabit the lower astral plane, the mental plane of existence. If asuras do good, they can be reincarnated into devas and do not have to remain eternally in the lower plane. Hinduism also includes apsaras, who are heavenly nymphs, angiris, who preside over sacrifices, and lipika, who regulate karma.

Devas and apsaras are spiritual beings, but they are often depicted in physical form. Apsaras are seductively beautiful and the devas often look like royalty, stately and handsome.

Devas and asuras can inspire or bring down aspirants, helping or hindering people's spiritual journey.


kataragama-deviyo

 

According to traditional Indian Hinduism medicine, Chakra is a concept referring to wheel-like vortices which, are believed to exist in the surface of our body. The Chakras are said to be force centers or whorls of energy permeating, from a point on the physical body, the layers of the subtle bodies in an ever-increasing fan-shaped formation (the fans make the shape of a love heart). Rotating vortices of subtle matter, they are considered the focal points for the reception and transmission of  spiritual energies. Seven major chakras or energy centers, also understood as wheels of lights ( angels ),  are generally believed to exist, located within the subtle body. Practitioners of Hinduism believe the chakras interact with the body's ductless endocrine glands and lymphatic system by feeding in good bio-energies and disposing of unwanted bio-energies.

Much of the original information on Chakras comes from the Upanishads, which are difficult to date because they are believed to have been passed down orally for approximately a thousand years before being written down for the first time between 1200-900 BCE

In Hinduism, the concept of chakras is part of a complex of ideas related to esoteric anatomy. These ideas occur most often in the class of texts that are called  Agamas or Tantras . This is a large body of scriptures. There are many variations on these concepts in the Sanskrit source texts. In earlier texts there are various systems of chakras and nadis , with varying connections between them. Various traditional sources list 5, 6, 7, or 8 chakras. Over time, one system of 6 or 7 chakras along the body's axis became the dominant model, adopted by most schools of yoga . This particular system may have originated in about the 11th century AD, and rapidly became widely popular.It is in this model where Kundalini is said to "rise" upward, piercing the various centers until reaching the crown of the head, resulting in union with the Divine


Here is a description of the seven primary chakras and how its connected to the kabalistic and Christian angelic system

    Muladhara: Base or Root Chakra (last bone in spinal cord -coccyx) serve for communication with the "Angels" from the "Yesod" Sphira - Foundation/ wholly remembering/ coherent knowledge

    Swadhisthana: Sacral Chakra (ovaries/prostate) serve for communicate with the "Principalities" from the "Netzach" Sphira  - Contemplation/ Initiative/ persistence

    Manipura: Solar Plexus Chakra (navel area) serve for communicate with the "Archangels" from the "Hod" Sphira  - Surrender/ sincerity/ steadfastness

    Anahata: Heart Chakra (heart area) serve for communicate with the "Powers" in the "Tipheret" Sphira - Symmetry/ balance/ compassion

    Vishuddha: Throat Chakra (throat and neck area) serve for communicate with the "Dominions" from the Chesed Sphira  - Mercy/ Grace/ Love of (intention to emulate) God and for communicate with the "Virtues" from the "Gevurah" Sphira  - Judgment/ strength/ determination

    Ajna: Brow or Third Eye Chakra (pineal gland or third eye) serve for communication with the Cherubim from "Chokmah" Sphira  the Divine Reality/revelation and also for communicate with the "Thrones" in the dimension of "Binah" - Understanding/ repentance/ reason

    Sahasrara: Crown Chakra (Top of the head; 'Soft spot' of a newborn) serve for communication with the "Seraphim" from the "Katter" Sphira  - Crown Divine Plan/ Creator

 

 

 

 

Angels in  Islam


Belief in angels is one of the six pillars of the Islam belief or faith without which there is no faith. Whoever does not believe in any of these pillars is not a believer (mu'min). These pillars are belief in: Allaah, His angels, His Books, His Messengers, the Last Day, and that predestination, both good and bad, comes from Allaah.

Angels are a part of the world of the Unseen which we cannot comprehend. Allah has told us about them in many places in the Qur'aan and via His Prophet Muhammad. There follows a number of proven reports concerning the angels, which hopefully will make you realize the greatness of the Creator and the greatness of this religion which has told us so much about them:


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Of what are they created?
They are created from light, as 'Aa'ishah reported: "The Messenger of Allah said: 'The angels are created from light, just as the jinn are created from smokeless fire and mankind is created from what you have been told about.'" (Reported by Muslim, no. 2996).

They have wings.
Allah says (interpretation of the meaning): "Praise be to Allaah, Who created (out of nothing) the heavens and the earth, Who made the angels messengers with wings - two, or three, or four (pairs) adds to Creation as He pleases: for Allah has power over all things." [Faatir 35:1]

Their differences in size and status.
The angels are not all of one size or status; there are differences between them just as there are differences in virtue. The best of them are those that were present at the battle of Badr, as is stated in the hadeeth narrated by Mu'aadh ibn Rifaa'ah al-Zuraaqi from his father, who had been one of the people present at Badr. He said: "Jibreel came to the Prophet and asked, 'How do you rate the people among you who were present at Badr?' He said: 'They are the best of the Muslims,' or something similar. [Jibreel] said: 'So it is with the angels who were present at Badr.'" (Reported by al-Bukhaari, no. 3992).

They do not eat or drink.
This is indicated by the conversation between Ibraaheem, the "friend" of Allaah and the angels who visited him. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): "Then he turned quickly to his household, brought out a fatted calf, and placed it before them. He said, 'Will you not eat?' (When they did not eat), he conceived a fear of them. They said: 'Fear not,' and they gave him glad tidings of a son endowed with knowledge." [al-Dhaariyaat 51:26-28]

Their number.
The angels are many, and their number is known only to Allah. The Prophet said, described the Much-Frequented House (al-Bayt al-Ma'moor) in the seventh heaven: "Then I was taken up to the Much-Frequented House: every day seventy thousand angels visit it and leave, never returning to it again, another [group] coming after them." (Reported by al-Bukhaari, Fath, no. 3207).

Their names
The angels have names, but we know only the names of a few of them. We have to believe in the names reported in the Qur'aan and Sunnah texts, as a part of general belief in the angels. Among the names of angels that are known to us are:

In Islam four angels are well known: Jibril(Gabriel), the angel of revelation; Mikal (Michael), the angel of nature; Izrail (Azrael), the angel of death, and Israfil, the angel who places the soul in the body and sounds the last judgement.

More about the engels in the islam in this page: Al-Malaa'ikah (Angels) from the Islam







Angels in Christianity


Angels were embraced by Christianity like no religion before it, Throughout the Bible we find it repeatedly implied that each individual soul has its tutelary angel.

Thus Abraham, when sending his steward to seek a wife for Isaac, says: "He will send His angel before thee" (Genesis 24:7). The words of the ninetieth Psalm which the devil quoted to our Lord (Matt., iv, 6) are well known, and Judith accounts for her heroic deed by saying: "As the Lord liveth, His angel hath been my keeper" (xiii, 20).

These passages and many like them (Gen., xvi, 6-32; Osee, xii, 4; III K., xix, 5; Acts, xii, 7; Ps., xxxiii, 8), though they will not of themselves demonstrate the doctrine that every individual has his appointed guardian angel, receive their complement in our Saviour's words: "See that you despise not on of these little ones; for I say to you that their angels in Heaven always see the face of My Father Who is in Heaven" (Matt, xviii, 10), words which illustrate the remark of St. Augustine: "What lies hidden in the Old Testament, is made manifest in the New".

Indeed, the book of Tobias seems intended to teach this truth more than any other, and St. Jerome in his commentary on the above words of our Lord says: "The dignity of a soul is so great, that each has a guardian angel from its birth."

The general doctrine that the angels are our appointed guardians is considered to be a point of faith, but that each individual member of the human race has his own individual guardian angel is not of faith (de fide); the view has, however, such strong support from the Doctors of the Church that it would be rash to deny it (cf. St. Jerome, supra). Peter the Lombard (Sentences, lib. II, dist. xi) was inclined to think that one angel had charge of several individual human beings. St. Bernard's beautiful homilies (11-14) on the ninetieth Psalm breathe the spirit of the Church without however deciding the question.

The Bible represents the angels not only as our guardians, but also as actually interceding for us. "The angel Raphael (Tob., xii, 12) says: "I offered thy prayer to the Lord" (cf. Job, v, 1 (Septuagint), and 33:23 (Vulgate); Apocalypse 8:4).

The Catholic cult of the angels is thus thoroughly scriptural. Perhaps the earliest explicit declaration of it is to be found in St. Ambrose's words: "We should pray to the angels who are given to us as guardians" (De Viduis, ix); (cf. St. Aug., Contra Faustum, xx, 21). An undue cult of angels was reprobated by St. Paul (Col., ii, 18), and that such a tendency long remained in the same district is evidenced by Canon 35 of the Synod of Laodicea.

The love of angels came from the people and not the church fathers. In the middle Ages, there was an "Angel mania" with countless sightings of angels and saints.  At this time there was a great acceptance of the idea of “visions”, especially in England and France. People obsessed by angels would have countless visions of angels appearing to them and giving them advice.  But people soon became disillusioned by all the sightings along with the false sightings reported.

Today in the Christian countries of the West, people are again becoming more conscious of angels.  They are exploring their spirituality and questioning beliefs they were raised with.  They are turning to a more loving and accepting concept of religion and the thought of a "Higher Being" or "Light" that watches over us all, regardless of religion or beliefs.



Dionysius Hierarchy of Angels

Nine Celestial Orders of Angels

 

First order:  Closest in order to God

Seraphims

Keter - Crown Divine Plan/ Creator

The guardians before God's throne, referred to as "the fiery spirits", they are usually pictured with six wings and flames.  They constantly sing God's praise and regulate heaven.  They are colored a flaming red and gold to symbolize fire.  God's grace flows through the seraphim to the angels below, dispelling darkness and purifying the universe.  It was from this order that Satan emerged.  Before his fall from Grace, he was considered the angel who outshone all others.  Seraphim's are the highest order of angels.      

Cherubims

Chokmah -

Divine Reality/revelation

Gods record keepers and guardians of God's glory.  Over the years Cherubims have undergone radical transformations from the Assyrian leonine-monster guardian to the winged creature of the Old Testament to a chubby baby with blue wings which appeared in the 1600s.  Originally, Cherubims were depicted with multi-eyed peacock's feathers to symbolize their all-knowing character.  The first angels mentioned in the bible, God placed the Cherubim at the east of the Garden of Eden to guard the way to the Tree of Life.  They are the charioteers of God and bearers of his throne. 

Thrones

Binah - Understanding/ repentance/ reason

Referred to as "the many eyed ones",  portrayed as winged wheels within wheels, whose rims were covered in eyes.  They support the Throne of God and consider how God's decisions should be manifested.  Their mission is to bring judgment for individual karma and society as a whole. 

 

Second order:  Priest-Princes of the court of heaven

Dominions

Chesed - Mercy/ Grace/ Love of (intention to emulate) God

These are the Angels who bring you the teachings of intuition.  Through them the majesty of God is manifested.  They carry scepter and sword to symbolize the given power over all creation and decide what needs to be done to accomplish God's needs and regulate the duties of angels to ensure the universe keeps working as it should.  They appear in human shape, wearing a triple crown to signify their position over the physical form.  They can be seen carrying a scepter, holding a cross and/or a sword to symbolize the balance between the active and passive forces. 

Virtues

Gevurah - Judgment/ strength/ determination

Drawing on God's force to work miracles on earth, the "brilliant" or "shining ones" are the angels of miracles, encouragement and blessings.  Virtues are the ones who become involved whenever people are struggling with their faith.  They have four blue feathered wings and war sparkling armor.  They can often be seen with a scepter, axe spear, sword and/or a shield for protection.  But each of these "tools" are decorated with instruments of passion.  They work hand-in-hand with the Thrones to bestow grace and rewards on those who have overcome deeds in their physical lives.

Powers

Tipheret - Symmetry/ balance/ compassion

First order of angels created by God, it is the job of the Powers to prevent the fallen angels from taking over the world and keep the universe in balance.  They also bring the power of intellect in such matters as math, geometry, astronomy and so on, making them the professors and educators.

 

Third order: The Ministering Angels

Principalities

Netzach - Contemplation/ Initiative/ persistence

The protectors of religions, guardian angels of cities, nations, rulers.  They keep watch over nations and attempt to inspire their leaders to make wise decisions.  Often depicted wearing soldier's garb and sandals, they are seen in human form.  They provide strength to the tribes of Earth to pursue and endure their faith. 

Archangels

Hod - Surrender/ sincerity/ steadfastness

The "chief-angels", they carry God's messages to humans and command God's armies of angels in constant battle with the "Sons of Darkness".  They look after the affairs of humankind and act as guardian angels to leaders of world movements.  These are the Angels who stand around God's throne, ready to carry out the divine and most important decrees to humans.   According to the book of Revelation, there are seven archangels who stand in the presence of God, but only four are mentioned in the Old Testament,  Michael, Gabriel, Raphael and Uriel.  The identity of the other three is subject to debate.  The three recognized in the Judeo-Christian belief are Raguel, Jophiel and Chamuel.  Other possible candidates are Ariel, Azrael, Camael, Haniel, Jeremiel, Metetron, Raziel, Sandalphon and Zadkiel. 

Angels

Yesod - Foundation/ wholly remembering/ coherent knowledge

Celestial beings closest to humans, Angels are the intermediaries between God and mortals.  Assigned by God to every human being at the time of his or her birth, they assist every aspect of life in the universe.  They deal with the aspects of everyday life and act as the direct gateway for information, knowledge and communications between human kind and the God force.  These angels are seen with human bodies, wings and clothed in various garments depending on the traditions and visual acceptance of the human they have "been assigned to".  In reality, Angels do not have human bodies, wings or clothing, they are made up of energy and love.  The only thing Angels do not help humans do is destroy themselves, the planet and other human beings, they are always a force for all that is positive, good and true.

 

 

Angels in Judaism

 

The Bible uses various terms for angels, including:
* "MALACHIM" - GOD Messengers
* ministers
* heavenly hosts or the hosts of heaven
* the armies of heaven
* fallen angels are also called demons


Differently from other religious forms, the Jews are forbidden to create any image of god/s, there for the Jews are using the Hebrew letters from the bible, for presenting God.

From the description in the bible of how to build the Ark is in Exodus 25:10-22,
"And make two cherubim out of hammered gold at the ends of the cover. Make one cherub on one end and the second cherub on the other; make the cherubim of one piece with the cover, at the two ends. The cherubim are to have their wings spread upward, overshadowing the cover with them. The cherubim are to face each other. Looking toward the cover."


 

Guardian Angels are thought to be spiritual beings that are "assigned" to assist people here on Earth in various ways. Whether there is one angel per person, one angel for several person or several angels for one person is open to question. But whether you believe in them or not, or whether you want one or not,..............     
You do have a guardian Angel.
 
 

A guardian angel is an angel assigned to protect and guide a person. Belief in guardian angels can be

traced throughout all antiquity. The concept of tutelary angels and their hierarchy was extensively developed in Christianity

 in the 5th century by Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite.

The theology of angels and tutelary spirits has undergone many refinements since the 400s. Belief in both the East and

the West is that guardian angels serve to protect whichever person God assigns them to, and present prayer to God on

that person's behalf.

 

That every individual soul has a guardian angel has never been defined by the Church, and is, consequently, not an article

of faith; but it is the "mind of the Church", as St. Jerome expressed it: "how great the dignity of the soul, since each one

has from his birth an angel commissioned to guard it." (Comm. in Matt., xviii, lib. II).

This belief in guardian angels can be traced throughout all antiquity; pagans, like Menander and Plutarch (cf. Eusebius,

"Praep. Evang.", xii), and Neo-Platonists, like Plotinus, held it. It was also the belief of the Babylonians and Assyrians, as

their monuments testify, for a figure of a guardian angel now in the British Museum once decorated an Assyrian palace,

and might well serve for a modern representation; while Nabopolassar, father of Nebuchadnezzar the Great, says: "He

(Marduk) sent a tutelary deity (cherub) of grace to go at my side; in everything that I did, he made my work to succeed."

In the Bible this doctrine is clearly discernible and its development is well marked. In Genesis 28-29, angels not only act

as the executors of God's wrath against the cities of the plain, but they deliver Lot from danger; in Exodus 12-13, an angel

is the appointed leader of the host of Israel, and in 32:34, God says to Moses: "my angel shall go before thee." At a much

later period we have the story of Tobias, which might serve for a commentary on the words of Psalm 90:11: "For he hath

given his angels charge over thee; to keep thee in all thy ways." (Cf. Psalm 33:8 and 34:5) Lastly, in Daniel 10 angels are

entrusted with the care of particular districts; one is called "prince of the kingdom of the Persians", and Michael is termed

"one of the chief princes"; cf. Deuteronomy 32:8 (Septuagint); and Ecclesiasticus 17:17 (Septuagint).

This sums up the Old Testament doctrine on the point; it is clear that the Old Testament conceived of God's angels as His

ministers who carried out his behests, and who were at times given special commissions, regarding men and mundane

affairs. There is no special teaching; the doctrine is rather taken for granted than expressly laid down; cf. 2 Maccabees

3:25; 10:29; 11:6; 15:23.

But in the New Testament the doctrine is stated with greater precision. Angels are everywhere the intermediaries between

God and man; and Christ set a seal upon the Old Testament teaching: "See that you despise not one of these little ones:

for I say to you, that their angels in heaven always see the face of my Father who is in heaven." (Matthew 18:10). A

twofold aspect of the doctrine is here put before us: even little children have guardian angels, and these same angels lose

not the vision of God by the fact that they have a mission to fulfil on earth.

Without dwelling on the various passages in the New Testament where the doctrine of guardian angels is suggested, it

may suffice to mention the angel who succoured Christ in the garden, and the angel who delivered St. Peter from prison.

Hebrews 1:14 puts the doctrine in its clearest light: "Are they not all ministering spirits, sent to minister for them, who shall

receive the inheritance of salvation?" This is the function of the guardian angels; they are to lead us, if we wish it, to the

Kingdom of Heaven.

 

Spirit Guide.

 

 A Guardian Angel is a specific type of "Spirit Guide." Spirit Guide refers to a general category of beings who are in soul, or spirit form and not in physical form.

Guardian Angels are direct expressions of the loving thoughts of God sent to us to watch over us and help us. They are pure love and bring to us only what will

help us, guide us, protect us and encourage us to aspire to the very best qualities of our soul.

Guardian Angels are with us before our conception, when we, too, are in soul form. They accompany us through birth and are with us in every thought, word and

event we experience in life. Guardian Angels are committed to us for the entire journey of our life - they never leave us and we are their only occupation. They will

be with us when we leave this life and when we are, again, a soul in heaven.

Everyone I have ever met has had at least two Guardian Angels and often more. Talk to your Guardian Angels even before you know their names. Practice

communicating with them and have patience. If you practice sensing, listening, envisioning, imagining and consciously intending to have lucid dreams with your

Guardian Angels, you will sense them ever more clearly and eventually hear, sense or know their names.

Saint Augustine said, "Make friends with Angels."

Treat your Guardian Angels just as you would your dearest, most loving friends. Take your time and gradually build your relationship with them. Remember that

when you take one step toward them, they take 10 steps to you!

There are 3 Guardian Angles with you as I write this and they are also helping co-ordinate other 'Angel teams' that are helping you with several aspects of your life.

Welcome them as allies who will help you in every part of your life.

Angel Blessings


 

When we see, hear, feel or sense our Angels near us, there is always a sense of peace, comfort, acceptance and an atmosphere of pure love around us. Our Angels connect us to the unconditional love that God has for us.

Many people have had visits from there Guardian Angels. Night-time visits are common as we find ourselves naturally altering our state of consciousness when about to drop off to sleep and upon waking.

When our Angels appear to us, what is actually happening is that we are allowing ourselves to become more receptive to their presence. They are always with us, 24/7, without exception. It is encouraging to remember this. It keeps you alert to their constant offerings of assistance, grace and opportunity.

Angels never engender fear, anxiety, insecurity, or other discomforting emotions. Their glow of love for us and care is their calling card. You will always feel accepted, welcomed and loved by your Angels - we naturally feel warm and comforted by their presence.

 

 

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What is a Soul Reading?  

We all have a Soul level purpose in life and want, deep in our hearts, to express it.  We each have guides, masters and angels who surround and protect us and who can help us to access what our Soul's purpose is

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Indian Palmistry



Palmistry invokes a sense of curiosity, mystic, fear, and thrill within all. Highly prevalent and in vogue throughout the world, Palmistry has roots that can be traced to the ancient country, India. True, ancient in nature and origin, Palmistry is of different types. And among them, Indian Palmistry is held to be the oldest with a history spanning nearly 3000 years.

 


Spiritualism




Spiritualism is based upon three main tenets or basic beliefs: 1. the inner spirit is the only reality,  2. the inner self which we call also as the higher self is distinct and different from the outer self or the lower self , also known as the physical self and 3.through a process of detachment and spiritual discipline, it is possible for us to detach ourselves from the outer self and discover the inner self that is hidden in all of us. Spiritualism is religion plus. It is above religion and can be a good cure for the petty and narrow minded thinking that often people cultivate because of their excessive attachment to religion. Religion separates man from man and divides people into groups, where as spiritualism helps us see the whole. Spiritualism is way beyond dogmatism, fundamentalism and obscurantism which are responsible for many problems among nations and peoples. The need of the hour is spiritualism, and this section will help you know more about this subject. 


Signs, Symbols and Archetypes



Information comes to us in so many ways, some very subtle, as in symbols. Psychics are especially skilled at noticing and interpreting these gentle signals that appear in our lives. To be efficient and proficient in our work, we must also develop a broad understanding of the meaning of a great many signs, symbols and archetypes. Here we share some of what we have learned.

 


Dreams are Soul Talk


In your dream world, you connect with your soul, travel to other dimensions, resolve issues, set directions, and so much more...
Our dreams are work and play combined.... when we enter the dream world, we create an opening for our spirit - and others - to connect with us. Every element of a dream has meaning, so dreams are worth divining, deserving understanding!


THE MOON, HER PROPERTIES AND SIGNIFICATIONS.


THE MOON, HER PROPERTIES AND SIGNIFICATIONS.

The Moon we find called by the ancients Lucina, Cynthia, Diana, Phœbe, Latona, Noctiluca, Proserpina; 1 she is nearest to the earth of all the planets.

Motion.--She terminates her course through the whole twelve signs in 27 days, 7 hours, 43 minutes, 5 seconds; her mean motion is 13 degrees, 10 minutes, and 36 seconds; but she moves sometimes less and sometimes more, never exceeding 15 degrees and 12 minutes in 24 hours' time.

Latitude.--Her greatest north latitude is 5 degrees and 17 minutes. Her greatest south latitude 5 degrees and 12 minutes. She is never retrograde; but when she is slow in motion, and goes less in 24 hours than 13 degrees and 11 minutes; she is then equivalent to a retrograde planet.

Nature.--She is a feminine, nocturnal planet; cold, moist, and phlegmatic.

Manners when well placed or dignified.--She signifies one of composed manners, a soft tender creature, a lover of all honest and ingenious sciences, a searcher of and delighter in novelties, naturally inclined to flit and shift his habitation; unsteadfast, wholly caring for the present times; timorous prodigal, and easily frightened; loving peace, however, and to live free from the cares of this life. If a mechanic, the man learns many occupations, and frequently will be tampering with many ways to trade in.

When ill.--A mere vagabond, idle person, hating labour; a drunkard, a sot, one of no spirit or forecast, delighting to live beggarly and carelessly; one content in no condition of life, either good or ill.

Corporature.--She generally presents a man of fair stature, whitely coloured; the face round, grey eyes, and a little lowering; much hair both on the head, face, and other parts; usually one eye a little larger than the other; short hands and fleshy; the whole body inclining to be fleshy, plump, corpulent, and phlegmatic. If she be impedited of the ☉ in a nativity or question, she usually signifies some blemish in or near the eye; a blemish near the eye, if she be impedited in succeedent houses; in the sight, if she be unfortunate in angles, and with fixed stars called nebulae.

Qualities of Men and Women.--She signifies queens, countesses, ladies, all manner of women, as also the common people, travellers, pilgrims, sailors, fishermen, fishmongers, brewers, tapsters, publicans, letter carriers, coachmen, huntsmen, messengers, mariners, millers, maltsters, drunkards, oysterwives, fishwomen,

also midwives, nurses, &c.; hackneymen, watermen, water-bearers. 1

Sickness.--Apoplexies, palsy, the cholic, the stomach-ache, diseases in the left side, the bladder and members of generation; the menstrues and liver in women, dropsies, fluxes of the belly, all cold rheumatic diseases, cold stomach, the gout in the wrists and feet; sciatica, worms, hurts in the eyes, surfeits, rotten coughs, convulsive fits, the falling sickness, king's evil, abscess, smallpox, and measles.

Orb.--Is 12 degrees.


 


 

 

 

 

 

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