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
When the struggle with accepting one’s spiritual path proves to be so strenuous that it seems denial will trump faith at every turn, the Universe will often send signs to help one
reconcile with the ambivalence that seems to grip many of us when transitioning from one belief
system to another. Sometimes those signs may be small, but are often too poignant to be
considered mere coincidences. Yet, many of us will dismiss them as such. Denial, dismissal, and
confusion tend to become the norm until one day the signs bloom into awe-inspiring, irrefutable
miracles. Chantel Lysette, author of The Angel Code and Azrael Loves Chocolate, Michael's a Jock, discusses her own personal experience with such signs, which can be as simple as a fluorescent pink sticky note.
Many of us view angels as distant beings, inhabiting a realm far from us. Chantel Lysette, on the other hand, openly laughs and jokes with these heavenly beings. Joking with an angel? Learn how this Azrael Loves Chocolate, Michael's A Jock author came to know and love her spiritual mentors.
Many people remember the names of angels from literature and religious tradition. But the name of one angel—Metatron—often evokes confusion in the general populace. Often referred to as “The Angel of the Presence,” this archangel can aid each and every one of us in strenghtening our communication with the Divine and recognizing the divinity inherent in all of us. Rose Vanden Eynden, author of Metatron, Invoking the Angel of God's Presence, introduces a simple exercise to invoke Metatron for guidance, wisdom, and inspiration.