Origin of Name:
The Etymology of the English
word Angel, originated from the Latin word
. That was derived from the Greek word
. Translated, the word means
Reports to: The Principalities
(See Angel Pantheon
The common Angel has the appearance of a
tall human with "phantom-like" wings
Angels are the messengers of God traveling about
telling men what it is that God desires of them either
vocally or by influencing man's environment
A common Angel can only raise status by becoming a
Guardians of people and all physical things
By number, Angels are the largest of the Orders or Choirs
many times over
The Angels Choir is the lowest class of the nine
Angels are mostly concerned with the affairs of living
Within the category of Angels, there are many different
kinds, with different functions
Angels can be found in many ancient and current cultures
religions. For example:
Christianity - "Angels"
Judaism - "Angels"
Islam - "Shaitan" and "Jinn"
Zoroastrianism - "Amesha Spentas, Yazatas, and
Buddhist - "Devas"
Japanese - "Tennin"
Hindus - "Asuras"
American Indians had various names such as
In the ancient Pagan myths of
, their gods and goddesses sent
Angelic-like beings to earth as messengers to
humans. In later times however, Pagan gods,
goddesses, and Angels, were demoted to fairies and
demons. Following is are examples of some of the
"messengers they dispatched:
The winged Cupid as a messenger of love
Hermes a divine messenger with wings on his
The Greek Genius and Juno were terms for Guardian
Angels, or Spirits, that could be the guardian of
an individual, a family, or city. Each male child
born had his own Genius, and each female born had
her own Juno to watch over them throughout their
Each nation, city, province, town, village, and hamlet
has a special Principalities
whose job it is to guard and
guide it. The Principalities Angel has the
help and assistance of the Guardian Angel
assigned to the location
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"Millions of spiritual creatures walk the
earth. Unseen, both when we wake and when we
"Come to the edge, he said. They said: we
are afraid. Come to the edge, he said. They came. He pushed
them and they flew."
"For he shall give his Angels charge over
thee to keep thee in all thy ways. They shall bear thee up
in their hands, least thou dash thy foot against a
"A real friend
is like an Angel who warns you by her presence and
remembers you in her prayers."