Cherubim Angels are endowed with the gift of light and truth and responsible for the worship of God. According to the Bible, cherubs have the responsibility to enlarge the sanctity and power of God. There is no consensus on the representation of Cherubim Angels. Most scholars guarantee that they are winged beings. In a modern vision originating in part from Judaism, the Cherubim would be angels represented as winged children, a widespread image during the Renaissance.
Other representations are based on the description of Ezekiel 1: 5-8, which speaks of hybrid beings that mix the human and animal aspects. Each had four faces: that of a man, a lion, an ox and an eagle – and each had four wings. In their appearance, the cherubs bear the resemblance of a man ….. These cherubs used two of their wings to fly and the other two to cover their bodies …. Under their wings the cherubim seemed to have the shape, or the resemblance of a man’s hand.
The origin of the name of the Cherubim Angels is not yet clear. Some researchers claim that its root is in the Babylonian word karabu, which means a
Raziel Prince of Cherubim Angels
Many texts refer to Cherubim Angels as mysterious beings. Much of this association is made because of the prince regent cherub – Raziel, the angel of mysteries. The very name of Raziel determines his character,
Cherubim Angels are Haziel, Aladiah, Laviah, Hahahiah, Yeslael, Mebabel, Hariel and Hekamiah. People governed by these angels often share certain characteristics, such as being people who always hope to achieve something positive. They are very emotional, with deep and stable feelings, as well as those who have long and sincere friendships and relationships. They are loyal people, good confidants, loving, generous and sometimes timid. They have a strong gift of forgiveness and understand the world in their own way, giving much value to the family.
First angelic Choir in the First Angelic Hierarchy directly executes orders from Keter (Metatron Archangel) Seraphim Angels guard the people… Read More