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Archangel Chart


This article is from the Hermes Reality Creator Series Books and or upcoming books. © copyright 1995 - 2017 by Tom DeLiso / Hermes Trismegistus


Gabriel The Archangel who presides over the Sephira Yesod. The day of the week for this Archangel is Monday. Gabriel belongs to the angelic order of the Kerubeem. This Archangel is associated with the element of Water and the planetary energy of the Moon. He or she (this archangel is often seen in both genders) usually appears as a tall slender being, silver-like garments, and emanates great intelligence. Gabriel is the Archangel of the mind. He can be called upon to help you through some kind of mental challenge or to help construct alternative choices for situations. Gabriel carries with him the knowledge of the sciences and as such can be a powerful ally to people engaged in such matters. Gabriel is also the Archangel that watches over non-human entities and makes sure that these entities are about their own business and not in the way of yours. The latter is not as much of a concern now, as ti t was many thousands of years ago when the Earth was still new and there was a great deal of disorder about.
Haniel The Archangel who presides over the Sephira Netzach. The day of the week for this Archangel is Friday. Haniel belongs to the angelic order of the Eloheem. Haniel usually appears as a beautiful woman but on occasion will take the form of a very handsome man. Haniel symbolizes beauty, pleasure, and friendship. Haniel has the power to make a barren life become fruitful or to turn sadness to happiness. Haniel will often appear and show you how to fill the gaps in your life with the stuff that makes life worth living for: friendship, love, camaraderie, and harmony.
Khamael The Archangel who presides over the Sephira Geburah. The day of the week for this Archangel is Tuesday. Khamael belongs to the angelic order of the Serapheem. He appears as a Knight in shinning armor. He embodies protection in the form of skill, prowess, and the utilization of tools and resources. Seeing this Archangel is often a sign that you possess the necessary skill to carry out your task. However, seeing Khamael can also be viewed as the Archangel come to the rescue to do battle with or against forces that you yourself do not possess the ability to conquer. In either case, Khamael represents the acquiring of skills and resources to get through some physical challenge.
Metatron The Archangel who presides over the Sephira Kether. Metatron is one of the two most Godlike Archangels and has no specific day of the week assigned to him. As such, he can be easily called upon at any time. Metatron belongs to the angelic order of the Chai-ot Ha Kah-desh. He usually appears as a young boy or youth. This being is very powerful an his wisdom should never be debated, despite his childlike form. Metatron come to individuals on the verge of a spiritual transformation. he carries with him the power to turn your human self into the divine being you were always meant to be. Seeing Metatron is a powerful vision that should not be taken lightly because he usually comes at a time of great inner change.
Michael The Archangel who presides over the Sephira Hod. the day of the week for Michael is Wednesday. Michael belongs to the angelic order of the Beney Eloheem. He is associated with the element of Fire and the planetary energy of the Sun. He usually appears like a broad, muscular man wearing leather or bronze. Michael comes when strength is needed to get you through a difficult challenge. Michael also represents protection, but unlike KhamaelÂ’s form of protection, which is more geared toward and approaching or unknown danger, MichaelÂ’s protection is for those situations when life demands us to leave our save and secure camp and move into enemy waters. Michael stands as a protector, by your side, when you are engaged in matters requiring a strong presence, to safeguard your journey.
Raphael The Archangel who presides over the Sephira Tiphareth. The day of the week for this Archangel is Sunday. Raphael belongs to the angelic order of the Malacheem. Raphael is associated with the element of Air and the planetary energy of Mercury. Raphael is one of the few Archangels that actually appear with wings. His wings symbolize his ability to rise above the limitations of the mundane and let in the power of divine light. It is with this divine light that Raphael is able to put the divine seed within you, a seed that will continue to grow over time. Seeing Raphael can also be a sign that it is time to let go of the physical chains that are holding you back from obtaining your goals.
Ratziel The archangel who presides over the Sephira Chokmah. Ratziel is the other Godlike Archangel and has no specific day of the week assigned to him. As such, he can be easily called upon at any time. Ratziel belongs to the angelic order of the Auphaneem. Ratziel can appear in many forms, but, more often, this being is seen as pure energy or light. Ratziel comes to you when your wisdom has grown to a point where your energy can be increased to the next level. He will usually visit you while sleeping and ZAP you with small dosages of this white-hot or shivering-cold light, until your energy equals your level of wisdom. You can visit Ratziel when you need an energy boost or to help you to persevere in some physical situation that requires great effort.
Sandalphon The Archangel who presides over the Sephira Malkuth. Because Sandalphon is so closely connected with the Earth Plane he has no specific day of the week assigned to him and, as such, can be easily called upon at any time. Sandalphon belongs to the angelic order of the Asheem. This Sandalphon can appear as an old wise man, a pontiff, or one of various princesses. This Archangel is also associated with John the Baptist from Christian doctrine, and Elijah from Jewish doctrine. He frequently wears sandals when he s not in the form of a princess. Sandalphon is an important entity and, undoubtedly, will be one of the first Archangels that you will meet. He is responsible for your nonphysical safety when you begin to consciously focus on the various planes of light. Sandalphon will eventually assign a special body-of-light spirit guide to help you with your indoctrination into the spirit world.
Tzadkiel The Archangel who presides over the Sephira Chesed. The day of the week for this Archangel is Thursday. Tzadkiel belongs to the angelic order of Chasmaleem. This Archangel appears as a very old man with wrinkly face, white hair, and a white beard. He is very powerful despite his elderly appearance and dispenses justice swiftly without prejudice or bias. Seeing him is often a call to expose the injustice within you or to expose an injustice being done to you. He is merciful but only to those that earn or deserve his mercy. He is the energy force behind poverty or wealth and any of its various incarnations; therefore he is often associated with games of luck and chance. However, this Archangel knows that any good luck or bad luck is duly earned by the individual, and he gauges your fortune or ill-fortune accordingly.
Tzaphkiel The Archangel who presides over the Sephira Binah. The day of the week for Tzaphkiel is Saturday. Tzaphkiel belongs to the angelic order of the Araleem. You will rarely see the entire form of this being. Usually you will see just a hand or just a helmet. His forms are very large, and it is easy to be taken aback by him. Tzaphkiel is responsible for the beginnings and endings of things. He often can be called upon to crush an unwanted situation or to bring a swift end to a long term pain. Tzaphkiel is closely associated with death and often he can be perceived as such. However, Tzaphkiel is more than just an Archangel of death, but of life, because without endings in things, the individual can not begin a new and transform himself into something more.

Note: These are not all the Archangels. However, these are the ones that you are most likely going to meet in meditation, dreams, or out-of-body travel.