Elemiah Guardian Angel means Hidden God and his essence: Divine Power; it is the Power that derives from a Faith capable of rising up to God. Who possesses it knows that all good is possible; the good to receive and above all to give; and transforms one’s heart into a source to which one can draw in every situation of life.
Elemiah Guardian Angel grants the person the power to repair; re-establishment of the rhythms and rules, of functioning of everything. Elemiah can also be invoked to end a difficult period and start a happy one, and also to avoid excesses. Elemiah ensures success in any professional activity, and thanks to him, you can access positions of responsibility and command. Old opponents can become friends.
With the Prayer to Elemiah Guardian Angel, people will accumulate wealth and power. Elemiah has the task of illuminating and promoting the integration of our feelings, to our higher aspirations.
According to tradition, the people born in this period are real seers: they perceive the future and what is hidden in the soul of other people. If these people used this dowry they would derive – and they would make to those who listen to them – enormous advantages, especially as their specialty consists in grasping the most concrete, economic, financial aspects of all that their vision can explore.
But they are not good to be taken seriously: because they fear a little these powers, and because they fear even more the success, the clamor that would arouse. It would be so beautiful and so easy for them: they would only need to let themselves be guided by amazement (a subtle sensation of surprise is, in their mind, the very simple signal of that portentous radar they have since birth), and that they add to the amazement a minimum of curiosity, of tension of the inner gaze towards some well-defined goal.
In a moment they would have all the answers, but they do not want to: they are convinced that, coming to be found under the eyes of many, they could no longer hide some aspect of their personality, which seems to them too humble, insignificant. Worse: hypercritical as they are to themselves (this is in fact their greatest flaw), they believe that any dose of success would bring out in them absolutely odious defects, such as presumption, insolence, vulgarity.
Elemiah Prayer – 5th verse of Psalm 6 (Convertere, Domine, et eripe animam meam; salvum me fac propter misericordiam tuam )