Archangel Metatron is the Prince of the Angelic Choir of the Seraphim Angels. The Metatron headquarters is the first Sephira. His name means – the one who is at the throne -. Among the whirlwinds of the 10 Sephirot of the Tree of life which represents the vortices of the Angels and Archangels, Metatron appears at the apex of the Hierarchy, being its vibration closest to the direct emanation of God. Metatron Archangel is also called King of the Angels, Prince of the Angelic Ministry, Chancellor of Paradise, Supreme among the Angels of Death, Keeper, and Ordinator of Souls. It is an entity of immense power whose name the kabbalists recommended not to pronounce.
Metatron has 72 wings (as the names of God), countless eyes (like God himself); as God has many names, he surpasses in power all the angels put together, so much so that he is often confused in the Bible with God himself: and indeed he is one of the faces of God. Also described as an Inflamed Spire or as a being immersed in white light, has as a twin Sandalphon Archangel; he is also the one who collects the souls of the newly born dead children. Metatron is a divine impulse for all the matters that pertain to the physical world.
He grants to human sensibility the power to acknowledge what exists in the Spirit Worlds in the form of inspirations for possible creations and gives rise to the union between Desire and Reason, to materialize the realities, bringing them from the Higher Worlds to the Lower Worlds. Its energy is, therefore, a powerful force that makes the human world feel to the Humans, it is Metatron that reveals the Plan of Creation (giving the gift of prophecy), allows us to understand the usefulness of certain behavior and to understand the purpose of Cosmic Laws. It is the Archangel that makes aware of the power of thought and instills the Will, directs human desires towards real-life allowing the man to shape the world in his image.
This post was published on April 29, 2020 11:40 am
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