Meaning of Name: Fire of God.
Patron Angel of: Judges, lawmakers, peacemakers, prophets, seekers of truth, upholders of justice, visionaries.
Additional Names/Avatars: Israfel, Jehoel, Jeremiel, Nuriel, Paruel, Phanuel, Prince of Lights, Regent of the Sun, Suriel, Urjan, Uryan, Vretil.
Heavenly assignment: Assigned to bring all sentient beings before the Throne of
God on the Day of Reckoning.
Usually arrives in your life: In all my years of consulting, I can probably count
on one hand the times Iíve seen Uriel with a client. Encounters with him are rare
and deeply serious in nature, usually involving someoneís path as a scholar or
Promotes/Evokes: Aggression, balance, bravery, dread, fairness, nobility, passion (for a cause), repentance, rectitude. (Note: Uriel is one of the most intense archangels Iíve ever encountered, so if youíre not familiar with
him he may seem aggressive and instill a slight sense of fear and unease. Keep in mind that since
he is an archangel who reins in the unruly, severity comes with the territory.)
Diffuses: Arrogance, contempt, demoralization, envy, greed, hate, inadequacy, shame, subjugation, weakness.
Energy Signature (Temperature/Speed/Element): Hot/Rapid/Fire.
Ascended Masters with Similar Energy Signatures: Forseti, Idaten, Lilith,
Maat, Thor, Thoth.
Wings: Crimson and gold.
Usual Attire: Urielís casual attire is usually a crimson tunic with crimson leather
breeches and matching boots. When in his formal attire, he prefers armor of the
same color with elaborate gold detailing.
Icons: Bow and arrow, bullwhip made of flames, chariot, scales of justice.
Animals: Boar, lizard, phoenix, ram, rhinoceros, snow leopard.
Vegetation: Ash, basil, birch, black pepper, bloodroot, cactus, chili pepper, cinnamon, clove, cumin, curry, fig, garlic, hops, horseradish, juniper, leek, mistletoe,
nettle, nutmeg, peppermint, radish, rosemary, sandalwood, shallot, snapdragon,
Solomonís seal, thistle, Venus flytrap, wormwood (poison).
Objects: Bow and arrow, bullwhip, chariot, earthquakes, fire and brimstone,
floods, molten lava, lightning, scales of justice, thunder, void, volcanoes.
Seasons: All seasons.
Basic Element: Fire.
Metals: Bronze, iron, gold.
Crystals & Gemstones: Agate, apache tears, crystal quartz, jet, obsidian, pumice.
Shapes: Sharp, spiky.
Chakras: Root, solar plexus, third eye.
Musical note: F.
Musical instruments: Marching feet, war drums.
Colors: Gold, orange, red, yellow.
Numerical vibration: 9.
Scents: Cinnamon, nutmeg, sandalwood.
Scent types: Fiery, pungent, spicy.
Clothing (Textile): Armor, leather.
Connecting with Uriel
If there is one word that describes Uriel, itís ďintense.Ē
This archangel of prophecy, justice, and retribution rarely interacts directly with
humans. But if youíre one of the chosen few who get to connect with him, you will
have little difficulty doing so, no matter what method you select.
Uriel is a no-nonsense angel, so clairaudients shouldnít expect him to be much
of a conversationalist. Communication with him is simple: he talks, you listen. Furthermore, you had better take notes, because Uriel does not make a habit of repeating himself. This may sound quite severe for an angel, but if you couldnít handle it,
he wouldnít have been appointed to you.
Clairsentients may sometimes feel like theyíre being scrutinized when Uriel is
near, but itís only because he demands discipline from those he connects with. He
is the teacher of scholars and prophets and teaches by example, requiring them to approach their work and lifeís journey with all the seriousness and depth that he
approaches his own. There is no room in Urielís book for ego, and he keeps us in
check by pinching at our conscience whenever we refuse to be honest with ourselves
Clairvoyants will get an eyeful when dealing with this strong, towering, fiery, and
fiercely beautiful angel. Visions or dreams of Uriel can be intimidating, but they can
be incredibly empowering as well. To know that such a warrior is guiding our every
step, cherishing us as he would his own brethren, can bolster our courage and reaffirm our identity as children of God.
Donít be surprised if Uriel frequently changes his appearance. It is merely his way
of calibrating your vision so that it can pierce through his human form to see his
natural, angelic formóradiant gold and white light. (At the core, all sentient beings look like formless bodies of light; the angels take on human form so as not to
frighten those of us who donít have much experience with them.)
Uriel bestows keen vision, which enables clairvoyants to discern one heavenly
host from another. Those fortified by his tutelage will be able to recognize an angelís
true form without having to rely on icons. In other words, he endows clairvoyants
with the ability to see the realm of spirit as it truly exists, without the frontage the
angels erect to help make us feel more comfortable with the notion of divinity.
From The Angel Code, by Chantel Lysette.