ARCHANGELS

Lord Metatron

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The word angel comes from a Hebrew word ‘malakh’ meaning messenger.  They are much lighter in their make up than spirit and come from the Angelic realm although

 they can descend into the spirit world just as they can come into our world.  Although angels are always depicted as having wings they do not actually have them.  You

 have to remember that the bible was written when not many of the people were very literate unlike today.  The angels lived in ‘heaven’ which was situated above the

 clouds therefore how else would they get to and fro unless they had wings.  It would have been difficult to explain to people back then that they are pure energy and

 consequently can go where they like so this is where the wings came from.  They also do not have physical bodies, they are immaterial, they have no physical or visible

 form other than their colours which are distinct to each of them. Jesus said 'they have not flesh and bones as ye see me have' (Luke 24:37) The only one you will ever

 see, other than in a vision, is Lord Metatron, head of the Archangels,  as he was a human before he became an angel (Genesis 5:24) although when I have seen him he

has never shown himself as having wings.

 

In the bible you will always see the angels referred to in the masculine form, this is simply because when the bible was written, and later translated, the world was

 dominated by man.  Women were second class citizens, in the pecking order of life somewhere between the male heirs of the family and the family goats.  To even

 imagine that an archangel, with all their power and ability could be a woman would have been unthinkable, hence they are all men. In the bible there is a reference to

 females ‘with the wind in their wings’ in Zechariah 5:9 but they do not actually call them angels, they refer to them as nashiym (women) and then they were only in a

 vision.   They also do not actually have names.  These were given by man to distinguish between them and to have something that the common person could relate to. 

 When I have spoken with Lord Metatron he has always referred to them by their colours. 

There are only two angels mentioned in the bible and they are Gabriel and Michael.  There are three others but they are supposedly ‘fallen angels’ and as one is Satan,

 who never existed I very much doubt that the other two did either.

Gabriel, the most well known of all the angels is Gods messenger.  She is mentioned in Daniel 8:15 and also in the New Testament, once to Zacharias to give the news

 that Zacharias’s wife would give birth to John, and again to Mary with the announcement of the birth of Jesus.

Michael is the other angel mentioned but unlike Gabriel, who is a peaceful angel, Michael always seems to be in a warring role although against what I have no idea

 because as I have said before I don’t believe that dragons and demons have actually existed, unless of course Michael has rid us of them all but somehow I don’t think

 so.

 

The basic story is true but a lot of the bible is made up of stories thought up by men, just as true stories today are embellished by writers to produce an exciting film. 

 Lucifer was apparently made flawless in every way because he was constantly in the presence of God.  All angels are flawless so how can one be more flawless than

 another and as they are just pure energy how can one be more pure than another.  He is said to have become vain over the years because of his beauty.  If angels really

 are immaterial how can he be classed as more beautiful than another, besides which, vanity is a human emotion just as hatred and anger so he could not become vain as

they do not have human emotions.  The other problem with that story is that there is no such angel called Lucifer and there never has been.

To begin with Lucifer is a Latin name so how did it find its way into a Hebrew manuscript before there was a Roman language?  According to a Hebrew scholar the passage

 where Lucifer is first mentioned in the bible (Isaiah 14:12) is not in the original Hebrew text.  The fourteenth chapter is not even about a fallen angel but about a fallen

 Babylonian king who, during his lifetime, had persecuted the children of Israel.  It contains no mention of Satan either by name or reference.  The scholar could only

 speculate that some early Christian scribes, writing in the Latin tongue used by the church, had decided for themselves that they wanted the story to be about a fallen

 angel.

Why Lucifer?  In Roman astronomy, Lucifer was the name given to the morning star, Venus.  In the Hebrew text the expression used to describe the Babylonian king

 before his death is Helal, son of Shahar, which can best be translated as ‘Day star, son of the dawn’.

The scholars, authorized by King James 1 to translate the bible into current English did not use the original Hebrew texts but used the versions translated largely by St.

 Jerome in the 4th century.  Jerome had mis-translated the Hebraic metaphor, ‘day star, son of the dawn’ as ‘Lucifer’, and over the centuries a metamorphosis took place. 

Lucifer the morning star became a disobedient angel, cast out of heaven to rule eternally in hell.  Theologians, writers and poets interwove the myth with the doctrine of

 the Fall, and in Christian tradition Lucifer is now the same as Satan, the Devil, who the Jews don’t believe in anyway.  When Jesus went into the wilderness for 40 days

 and nights he wasn’t tempted by THE devil but by HIS devil, his conscience.

Most people would agree with me when I say that angels are pure love, emotions such as anger, hatred and greed are purely human emotions.  When a baby is born it is

 pure love and knows nothing else, it is only as it grows does it learn these emotions from those around it.  If angels are pure love then Lucifer and the heavenly wars are

 purely fiction made up by man, for no angel has any of the emotions necessary to start a war, and as Lucifer is fiction then the wars are also fiction.  Modern bible

 analysts view the ‘war in heaven’ as an eschatological vision of the end of time or as a reference to spiritual warfare within the church.  Some Christian analysts have

 seen the ‘war in heaven’ as symbolic of events on earth.

I am not being blasphemous when I say that we have to rethink the bible.  If Lucifer is made up and the angel wars were either misunderstood or misinterpreted then

 what else has been changed from what originally happened?

To begin with God is not the vindictive soul he is shown to be.  He will not smite us down with a bolt of lightening for being sinful because we are all part of him so why

 would he punish himself.  If he were to do that then Hitler and a few other tyrants over the years would have been destroyed years before they actually died.  He cannot

and will not take away our free will to do as we please.  The 10 commandments were simply rules to live by not laws that we must follow.  How could he give us free will

 with one hand to simply take it away with another by commanding us to live a certain way.  Again this is something that has been re-worded simply to give the religious

leaders something to keep their congregations in order.  It is up to us to decide what we consider to be right or wrong and to create our lives accordingly.  We do not

 wander aimlessly through life taking whatever fate throws at us.  Fate doesn’t throw anything, we create our lives with what we do, say and think.  If we are continually

 negative in our outlook and deeds then we will attract nothing but negativity.  We are created in Gods image which means we also have his abilities for we are all part

 of the one God.  We can create whatever we choose if we believe and have the faith.  In Luke 17:6 Jesus said ‘if you have the faith as small as a mustard seed, you can

 say to this mulberry tree “be uprooted and planted in the sea” and it would obey you’.  It is also mentioned in John 14:12 ‘truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do

 the works I have been doing and they will do even greater things than these’.

The angels are not battling against the forces of darkness but against our stubbornness at not being able to see the truth.  We are standing with our faces against a blank

 wall and wondering where all the beauty of the world is when all we have to do is to turn around.  They are Gods messengers and are here to help us but we need the

 faith to actually believe in them and also to believe in what they are capable of.  They too cannot take away our free will but they can assist us or ensure the help is

 available in the form of someone else who will help us. 

I said the stories have been altered to produce ‘good reading’ but so too has the image of the angels.  They are not clad in armour, wielding heavy swords and killing

 everything that displeases them.  As they are simply pure energy they would find it hard to pick up a sword but also they are pure love and as such are incapable of

 killing another but this is what the ‘readers want’ so the various religious leaders made sure the translations were written accordingly.  Even the Archangel Raziel,

 commonly known as the Angel of Death or 'The Grim Reaper' is shown in a dark hooded cloak holding a scythe when she is actually the Angel of Transition, taking us

 back home to the place we belong, so why fear her.  I have never seen the angels as anything other than gentle loving creatures and my images show them as such.

 

Whenever angels are mentioned, a lot of people laugh and imply that it's only children who believe in them.  Maybe if they believed they would realize that angels do

 actually exist just as spirits do.  there have been too many authenticated reports of angels and spirits, either appearing or helping us, for them to be a figment of

 someones imagination.  Hoever, regardless of whether the people believe in them they will still continue to help us.