Veuliah encourages the material realization of spiritual projects by allowing people to externalize what is in the more sublime, leaving only their darkest part unexpressed: with the help of the Angel Veuliah, the will of the person will be mobilized and placed at the service of the Divine Work to put into practice its higher principles and always proceed on the right path, having a way to overcome the conventional natural limits.
The Traditional Text says that Veuliah presides over Universal Peace and grants it to protected people by giving great opportunities for liberation. Veuliah conveys the energy of Jupiter and is, therefore, an angel of prosperity and joy, and gives generosity and power.
The affirmation that it grants can be resounding: but only in the face of a real active participation; it requires in fact devotion and self-denial; and sometimes even accepting high prices, how to emigrate, adapting to new types of life. From the material point of view, with the help of this angel the person can move from poverty to abundance, from a condition of servitude and physical and mental dependence to a condition of freedom and rediscovered power.
Whoever is born under this influence tends to behave in a wholesome way. He will be famous for his work, conquering the trust of society for the services rendered. Their influence will be noticed among the most famous people, known and powerful, obtaining glory and prestige between them. It uses modern ideas and strategic actions to improve its work and consolidate its position. He will always act with prudence, avoiding obstacles, using common sense and intelligence to face problems.
Observe each path carefully before taking the first step. It will have an accumulation of knowledge, acquired at the expense of hard work, that only a privileged mind can develop throughout existence. He will be noble, sincere and selfless in his relationships, enlightening all with his beneficent and inexhaustible energy. It will conquer its own space, for its self-confidence and good humor, never wasting energy in intimate conflicts.
Veuliah Prayer – Psalm 87:14 Et ego ad te, Domine, clamavi, et mane oratio mea praeveniet te
This post was published on March 5, 2020 2:50 am