Angels and Archangels
What are Angels?
An Angel is a supernatural being in various religions. The theological study of Angels is called Angelology.
The word “angel” in modern English comes from Old English “engel” (with a hard g) and the Old French “angele.” These both come from Late Latin “angelus”, meaning “messenger,” which in turn came from Late Greek “angelos” (ahn-geh-los).
Angels are often depicted in Abrahamic religions as benevolent celestial intermediaries between God or Heaven and humanity. They also act as protectors, guides for humans, and serve God.
There are angelic hierarchies, which vary by sect and religion. You may know of Archangels such as Michael or Gabriel, or other hierarchical titles such as Seraphim, Cherubim, and Virtues. (from Wikipedia).
Are they real?
Yes, absolutely! So real that we are born with at least one Guardian Angel who follows us from that time to our transitioning from this Earth. If you get quiet and “tune in” you can feel their presence and maybe even see them. Many people throughout history up to now (and even people you know!) have seen, sensed, spoken with them, experienced miracles through them and more.
How do we know they are around us? It is most common to feel them as a warm feeling, change in temperature or air pressure, tingling on your head and/or body, or just a knowing of their presence.
What are some of their signs?
Feathers, coins, animals (cardinals and other birds, dragonflies, etc.) that safely come
close to you for no reason, seeing sparks, feeling their presence, thoughts in their head and
repeating numbers (ex. 444,555).
How do we communicate with them?
Just sit quietly, take some deep breaths in and out and relax. Then simply call on them, for example --- “Dear Angels, please be with me now and speak to me in a safe and loving way for my highest best good that I can easily understand.” Use the words in your heart to connect with them and before you know it, you will be communicating with them.