KotoDaily Word: Angels

Water crystal photo of the word "angel" as published in, "The Hidden Messages in Water" by Dr. Masaru Emoto, pg. 9
Water crystal photo of the word “angel” as published in, “The Hidden Messages in Water” by Dr. Masaru Emoto, pg. 9

May 13, 2011:  KotoDaily Word:  Angels

 Angels are benevolent beings charged with acting as intermediary between heaven and earth.  They are guardians with guiding influence.  The word “Angel” on your Kotodama glass has the purpose of raising your vibration to become conscious and aware or attract the Angels around you to receive their love, help, presence and protection.  Drink from your “Angel” glass when you are seeking help from above or need the receipt of a message or send a message.   Give the gift of an “Angel” Kotodama glass to someone you know that needs the guidance and help of an Angel.

On the wings of the Angels shall your heart’s desire take flight and be heard. – RHD

According to WikipediaAngels are messengers. The English word angel is derived from the Greek ἄγγελος, a translation of מלאך (mal’akh) in the Hebrew Bible (Tanakh); a similar term, ملائكة (Malāīkah), is used in the Qur’an. The Hebrew and Greek words originally mean messenger, and depending on the context may refer either to a human messenger (possibly a prophet or priest, such as Malachi, “my messenger”, but also for more mundane characters, as in the Greek superscription that the Book of Malachi was written “by the hand of his messenger” (ἀγγήλου)) or to a supernatural messenger,[1] such as the “Mal’akh YHWH,” who (depending on interpretation) is either a messenger from God,[2] an aspect of God (such as the Logos),[3] or God Himself as the messenger (the “theophanic angel.”)[1][4]

The term “angel” has also been expanded to various notions of spiritual beings found in many other religious traditions. Other roles of angels include protecting and guiding human beings, and carrying out God’s tasks.

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