About Angels

About Angels

The subject of angels is much talked about but very little is known about them. Angels are believed by many to be ‘ethereal beings’ however this could not be further from the truth as all angels have a physical form. Most angels appear shrouded in energy so as not to frighten the people they visit.

Angels frequently enter our dreams to give us messages, but because of our beliefs about how angels should look we do not always recognize them. It is important to understand that angels are regular people who look just like we do and who have similar lives to ours but in another dimension in time.

Angels communicate with all of us at some time or another and are very creative with their methods! Communication can come in the form of a thought, a song, a dream or through visual signs such as numbers, flickering lights, objects being moved in our homes or cell phones being switched off while we are driving.

There are approximately 7,000 groups of angels in the Universe today most of whom are humans. Among the first group of angels assigned to the Universe were the Andromeda Angels, the Árian Angels, the Ômega Angels and the Star Angels.

Angels are ranked according to seniority. Some of the highest-ranking angels in the Universe include Archangels Ária, Gabriel, James, Kàm, Mèdina, Michael, Raphael, Sèráfin and Ùriél. During the course of the 2012 transition, officially known as the Age of Enlightenment, we will be given the names of some of the Archangels assigned to this planet and also the angel groups they belong to.

Angels enter people’s lives in the physical sense more often than we realize and not only during times of crisis. There are so many stories of people who have been visited by an angel and whose lives have changed dramatically because of it. One thing is certain an angel encounter once experienced is never forgotten!

REFERENCE (click to view):
The Andromeda Angels
The Árian Angels
The Ômega Angels
The Star Angels
Age of Enlightenment

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