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Angels and other Heavenly Beings

 

 Be not forgetful to entertain strangers;
 For thereby some have entertained Angels Unaware...Hebrews 13:2

Angel Photograph

Actual Photograph of an Angel in a Cloud Formation?

 

The Father gave all power to the Son, the angels received heaven, but in the name of God and Jesus, which is the first power in God. Afterward it spreads into the twelve and seven angels through which it was communicated to the twelve signs and seven planets, and consequently into all the servants and instruments of God, even to the humblest. Therefore, said Jesus: Everything which ye ask of the Father in my name, that he will give unto you, if ye pray unto him with a pure heart and a fervent spirit, for there is no other name given to man whereby he can be saved but the name of Jesus.  Amen. (The Sixth and Seventh Book of Moses, pg 127)

Since all things have their life and being from God, so the proper name of everything was taken from the being of that thing, and all things derive an influence from the Creator if they have been appropriately named, for as God brings forth all things through the influence of heaven and the operation of the planets, even so the names of all things have been given in accordance with some quality of the thing named by him who counts the stars. And thus God led all creatures to Adam in order to have them named, and their names indicated some peculiar quality or part possessed by each. Therefore, each name that has a meaning, shows by comparison with the heavenly influence an inherent qualification of the object, although it is frequently changed. When, however, both meanings of the name harmonize, then the will-power and natural power become identical. Moreover, the celestial office to which man is ordained by God, endows him with power to confer life, and tells him what to encourage, what to elevate, what to suppress in his cause Sphaera, and to perform wonderful works with full devotion toward God, etc. (The Sixth and Seventh Book of Moses, pgs. 134-135)

 


What Man Receives From the Order of the Angels

Man becomes strengthened with wonderful power through the order of angels, so that he declares the divine will. From the:

Seraphim - that we cling with fervent love.

Cherubim - enlightenment of the mind, power and wisdom over the exalted figures and images, through which we can gaze upon divine things, etc.

Thronis - a knowledge of how we are made and constituted, that we may direct our thoughts upon eternal things.

Dominationbius - assistance to bring into subjection our daily enemies, whom we carry with us constantly, and enabling us to attain salvation.

Potestatibus - protection against human enemies of life.

Virtutibus - God infuses strength into us, enabling us to contend against the enemies of truth and reward, that we may finish the course of our natural life.

Principatibus - that all things become subject to man, that he may grasp all power, and draw unto himself all secret and supernatural knowledge.

Archangelis - that he may rule over all things that God has made subject to him, over the animals of the field, over the fishes of the sea, and over the birds of the air.

Angelis - he receives the power to be the messenger of the Divine will.

The above was taken from (The Sixth and Seventh Book of Moses, pg. 135)

 

What Man may Obtain from the Twelve Signs

As each creature receives its spirit, number and measure from God, so also each creature has its time. 

In the Ram, the vegetables of the earth obtain new vigor, the trees sap, and females become better adapted to propagate the human species. In this sign the fecundity of all creatures is limited and regulated. It has Sunday for its peculiar time and end. 

In the Bull, all transactions and enterprises are prospered and fostered, so that they may go forward according to the will of God, but to this end constant prayers are necessary, and particularly on Sunday. 

In the Twins, the angels have power over bodily changes and travel from one place to another over the heavens and through the course of the stars -- have power over the motion of the waters in rivers and in the sea, cause love between brethren, friends, and neighbors, and give warning against dangers, persons and objects. 

In the Scorpion, the angels rule over legacies and riches, over treasure and treasure-seekers -- are calculated by nature to confer power, the art of speaking, and to enlighten the mind in holy things, in like manner as did the apostles in their unceasing prayer to God at Pentecost. 

In the Lion, the angels have power to move every living thing, to multiply their species, to watch, and in certain manners to judge. And through the gift of God they confer Physicam, Medicinam, and Alchymiam. 

In the Virgin, the spirits have power to subvert kingdoms, to regulate all conditions, to discriminate between master and servant, to command evil spirits, to confer perpetual health, and give to man Musicum, Logi- cam and Ethicam. 

In the Balance, the angels derive from God great power, inasmuch as the sun and moon stand under this sign. Their power controls the friend- ship and enmity of all creatures. They have power over danger, warfare, over quarrels and slander -- lead armies in all quarters of the earth, cause rain, and give to man Arithmeticam, Astronomiam, Geometriam. 

In the Scorpion, the angels have power over suffering and terror, over which man makes against God, over over common privileges. They compel the conscience to obedience, and also force devils to keep their agreements with men, and vice versa. They govern the life and death of all creatures, have power over departed souls, and give to man Theologiam, Metaphysicam and Geomantiam. 

In the Archer, they have power over the four elements, lead the people from one country to another, regulate the changes of the elements and the propagation of animals. 

In the Goat, the angels give high worldly honors, worthiness, and virtue, such as Adam enjoyed in Paradise in his innocence. They also en- lighten the understanding and confer human reason. 

In the Aquitarius, angels keep man in good health, and teach him what is injurious to him, make him contented, and teach him through the command of God the mysteries of heaven and nature. 

In the fish, the angels compel the evil spirits to become subject to man, protect the pious, so that the great enemy cannot harm him. (The Sixth and Seventh Book of Moses, pg. 135-136)

 

The Twelve Signs are Divided into Four Triplicates. 

The twelve angels, which represent the twelve signs, are called in the Apoc Malchidael, Asmodel, Ambriel, Muriel, Verchiei, Hamaliel, Zuriel, Barbiel, Aduachiel, Hanaeb, Gambiel, Barehiel. Over this the angels also received names from the stars over which they rule as the twelve signs: Teletial, Zariel, Tomimil, Sartimel, Ariel, Bataliel, Masuiel, Aera- hiel, Ehesatiel, Gediel, Doliel, Dagymel, which means the same as if expressed in Latin: Ariel, Tawnel, Geminiel, Cancreil, Leonial, Virginiel, Libriel, Scorpiel, Sagitariel, Capriel, Aquariel, Pisciel. 

Further, King Solomon teaches a hidden Almadel or a Geometrical figure bearing upon the twelve signs of heaven, which he calls heights, and gives to each height seven or eight names of princes. 

The Planets have Seven Heights and Seven Angels

The heights are named as follows: 1. Samaym. 2. Raaquin. 3. Taaquin. 4. Machonon. 5. Mathey. 6. Sebul. 7. Arabat. Of the operations of these, and their angels, office, order, number and measure, an account may be found in a work by Rasiel, which constitutes the Sixth Book Physicum Salomonis and Elementia Magica Petri de Alano, page 574. From this book of the angel Tractatu takes its source. (2 Cornel. Agrippa, Lib. 3, page 24; Philosophiae Occul, 377, 575.) 

There are seven exalted Throne Angels, which execute the commands of Potestates, viz: 1. Ophaniei. 2. Tychagara. 3. Barael. 4. Quelamia. 5. Ana- zimur. 6. Paschar. 7. Boel. 

These are named with the name of god, through which they were created, belong to the first heaven

SCHAMAYM GABRIEL. 

The second heaven, Raaquinae, has twelve lords, or twelve heights of angels, who are placed over all. Zachariel, Raphael. 

The third heaven, Saaquin, has three princes, Jabniel, Rabacyel, Dalquiel; they rule over fire, and each has his subordinate angel. The principle prince of angels in this height in called Anahel, Avahel. 

The fourth heaven, Machon, by his angels leads the sun by day, and through other angels by night. The chief angel is called Michael. 

The fifth heaven, Matthey, aly Machon, has the prince Samel who is served by two millions of angels. These are divided among the four quarters of the world; in each quarter three, who control the twelve months, and over these are twelve chief angels. 

The sixth heaven, Zebul, has for its prince, Zachiel, with two millions of angels. The angel Zebul is placed over these during the day, and another angel, Sabath, during the night. They rule over kings, create fear, and give protection from enemies. 

Arabath, the seventh heaven, has for its prince the angel Cassiel. 

 

The names of the seven planets are as follows: 

Zaphiel (Saturn), Zadkiel (Jupiter), Camael (Mars), Raphael (Sun), Haniel (Venus), Michael (Mercury), Gabriel (Moon). 

There are seven princes who stand continually before God, to whom are given the spirit-names of the planets. 

They are called Sabathiel, Zedekiel, Madimiel, Semeliel, or Semishia, Noahel, Coahabiath or Cochabiel, Jareahel or Jevanael, for the planets are called for themselves:

Sabachay, through which God sends hunger and tribulation upon the earth. 

Sodeck, through him come honor and favor, right and holiness of man. 

Modym, through him wrath, hate, lies, and war. 

Hamnia, from him comes light, and the power of distinguishing between time and life. 

Noga, from him food and drink, love and consolation. 

Cochab, from him proceeds all trade and commerce. 

Lavahan, causes al things to increase and decrease. 

I, Solomon, acknowledge that in the hours Sabachay Madym it is burdensome to labor, but in the hours Zadeck and Noga labor is light. During other hours labor is middling, sometimes good and occasionally bad. (The Sixth and Seventh Book of Moses, pg. 136-138)

Over this there are twenty-eight angels who rule over the twenty-eight houses of the moon, vis: 

Asariel, Cabiel, Dirachiel, Scheliel, Amnodiel, Amixiel, Ardesiel, Neriel, Abdizriel, Jazeriel, Congediel, Ataliel, Azerniel, Adriel, Amutiel, Iciriel, Bethuael, Geliel, Requiel, Abrunael, Aziel, Tag- ried, Abheiel, Amnixiel. 

And each moon has her own guardian and ruler, and these are described in Lib. 2, Razielis. A man must also know how to divide the months, days and hours into four parts, for God has ordained that all things can best be perfected on suitable days and at proper hours. 

The angels placed over the four parts of heaven are: 

Scamijm, Gabriel, Cabrael, Adrael, Madiel, Boamiel. Alscius, Loquel, Zaniel, Hubaiel, Baccanael, Janael, Carpatiel. Elael, Unael, Walllum, Vasans, Hiaijel, Usera, Staijel. Ducaniel, Baabiel, Barquiel, Hannu, Anael Nahijmel. 

In the second heaven, Raquie, the following angels serve. Nathan, Catroije, Betaabat. Yeseraije, Yuacon: Thiel, Jareael, Yanael, Venetal, Vebol, Abuionij, Vetameil. Milliel, Nelepa, Baliel, Calliel, Holij, Batij, Jeli. 

There are also, over the four quarters of the globe, four high angels. Over the morning winds, Michael rules. Over the evening winds, Raphael rules. Over the midnight winds, Gabriel rules.. Over the noonday winds, Nariel or Uriel rules. 

THE ANGELS OF THE ELEMENTS ARE: 

Of the air, Cherub. 

Of the water, Tharsis. 

Of the earth, Ariel. 

Of the fire, Seruph or Nathaniel. 

These are all great princes and each has many legions of angels under him; they have great power in governing their planets, times, signs of the year, month, day, and hour, and in their part of the world and wind. 

In the third heaven, Saaquin, the Angels are: Sarquiel, Quadissu, Caraniel, Tariescorat, Amael, Hussael. Turiel, Coniel, Babiel, Kadie, Matiel, Hufaltiel. Faniel, Peneal, Penac, Raphael, Carniel, Deramiel. Porna, Saditel, Kyniel, Samuel, Vascaniel, Famiel. 

In the fourth heaven, Machon, the Angel of the Divisions serves: Capriel, Beatiel, Baciel, Raguel, Altel, Fabriel, Vionatraba. Anahel, Papliel, Uslael, Burcat, Suceratos, Cababili. 

In the fifth heaven, Machijn, the following Angels serve in four divisions: Friagne, Cnael, Damoel, Calzas, Arragon. Lacana, Astrgna, Lobquin, Sonitas, Jael, Jasiael, Naei. Rahumiel, Jahijniel, Baijel, Seraphiel, Mathiel, Serael. Sacriell, Maineiel, Gadiel, Hosael, Vianiel, Erastiel. 

In the sixth heaven, Zebul, and seventh, Arabat, over the fifth heaven. (The Sixth and Seventh Book of Moses, pg. 139)

 

 

Zophim



Zophim - Watchers  The Book Of The Secrets Of Enoch

Da 4:13 I saw in the visions of my head upon my bed, and, behold, a watcher and an holy one came down from heaven;

Da 4:23 And whereas the king saw a watcher and an holy one coming down from heaven, and saying, Hew the tree down, and destroy it; yet leave the stump of the roots thereof in the earth, even with a band of iron and brass, in the tender grass of the field; and let it be wet with the dew of heaven, and let his portion be with the beasts of the field, till seven times pass over him;

 

THE FALLEN


Nephilim - "giants" probably the original fallen IMHO

Anakim - formidable warlike appearance They seem to have identified them with the Nephilim, the "giants"

Rephaim - lofty men; giants, "Fearful"

Emim - terrors, a warlike tribe of giants "terrible men"

Zamzummims - a race of giants; "a people great, and many, and tall, as the Anakims" (Deut. 2:20, 21)

Zuzim - restless; sprouting, were smitten "in Ham" (Gen 14:5)


Jude 1:6 And the angels which kept not their first estate, but left their own habitation, he hath reserved in everlasting chains under darkness unto the judgment of the great day.
7 Even as Sodom and Gomorrha, and the cities about them in like manner, giving themselves over to fornication, and going after strange flesh, are set forth for an example, suffering the vengeance of eternal fire.

Ge 6:2 That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose. 3:  And the LORD said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years. 4: There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which WERE of old, men of renown.

 

Descendants of the Giants

  GOLIATH

  1Ch 20:5 And there was war again with the Philistines; and Elhanan the son of Jair slew Lahmi the brother of Goliath the Gittite, whose spear staff was like a weaver's beam.
6 And yet again there was war at Gath, where was a man of great stature, whose fingers and toes were four and twenty, six on each hand, and six on each foot: and he also was the son of the giant.
7 But when he defied Israel, Jonathan the son of Shimea David's brother slew him.

 
LAHMI: BROTHER TO GOLIATH

  1Ch 20:5 And there was war again with the Philistines; and Elhanan the son of Jair slew Lahmi the brother of Goliath the Gittite, whose spear staff was like a weaver's beam.
1Ch 20:6 And yet again there was war at Gath, where was a man of great stature, whose fingers and toes were four and twenty, six on each hand, and six on each foot: and he also was the son of the giant.
7 But when he defied Israel, Jonathan the son of Shimea David's brother slew him.

  great. (1.) A famous giant of Gath, who for forty days openly defied the armies of Israel, but was at length slain by David with a stone from a sling (1 Sam. 17:4). He was probably descended from the Rephaim who found refuge among the Philistines after they were dispersed by the Ammonites (Deut. 2:20, 21). His height was "six cubits and a span," which, taking the cubit at 21 inches, is equal to 10 1/2 feet. David cut off his head (1 Sam. 17:51) and brought it to Jerusalem, while he hung the armour which he took from him in his tent. His sword was preserved at Nob as a religious trophy (21:9). David's victory over Goliath was the turning point in his life. He came into public notice now as the deliverer of Israel and the chief among Saul's men of war (18:5), and the devoted friend of Jonathan.

  (2.) In 2 Sam. 21:19 there is another giant of the same name mentioned as slain by Elhanan. The staff of his apear "was like a weaver's beam." The Authorized Version interpolates the words "the brother of" from 1 Chr. 20:5, where this giant is called Lahmi.


 
REPHAIM

  lofty men; giants, (Gen. 14:5; 2 Sam. 21:16, 18, marg. A.V., Rapha, marg. R.V., Raphah; Deut. 3:13, R.V.; A.V., "giants"). The aborigines of Palestine, afterwards conquered and dispossessed by the Canaanite tribes, are classed under this general title. They were known to the Moabites as Emim, i.e., "fearful", (Deut. 2:11), and to the Ammonites as Zamzummim. Some of them found refuge among the Philistines, and were still existing in the days of David. We know nothing of their origin.

 
EMIMS

  terrors, a warlike tribe of giants who were defeated by Chedorlaomer and his allies in the plain of Kiriathaim. In the time of Abraham they occupied the country east of Jordan, afterwards the land of the Moabites (Gen. 14:5; Deut. 2:10). They were, like the Anakim, reckoned among the Rephaim, and were conquered by the Moabites, who gave them the name of Emims, i.e., "terrible men" (Deut. 2:11). The Ammonites called them Zamzummims (2:20).

 
ZAMZUMMIMS

  a race of giants; "a people great, and many, and tall, as the Anakims" (Deut. 2:20, 21). They were overcome by the Ammonites, "who called them Zamzummims." They belonged to the Rephaim, and inhabited the country afterwards occupied by the Ammonites. It has been conjectured that they might be Ham-zuzims, i.e., Zuzims dwelling in Ham, a place apparently to the south of Ashteroth (Gen. 14:5), the ancient Rabbath-ammon.

 
ZUZIMS

  restless; sprouting, were smitten "in Ham" by Chedorlaomer and his allies (Gen. 14:5). Some have identified this tribe with the Zamzummims (q.v.).

 
In Job 26:5 (R.V., "they that are deceased;" marg., "the shades," the "Rephaim") and Isa. 14:9 this Hebrew word is rendered (A.V.) "dead." It means here "the shades," the departed spirits in Sheol. In Sam. 21:16, 18, 20, 33, "the giant" is (A.V.) the rendering of the singular form _ha raphah_, which may possibly be the name of the father of the four giants referred to here, or of the founder of the Rephaim.

 

 

 

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