ArchAngel Ministry


The Mission of ArchAngel Ministry is to honor God, The Creator of all things, and do his work.

Through Daily Prayer and Thanks to the Lord, we honor Jesus Christ as the Risen Son of God and Coming King, in the last days of this age. In the name of the Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit, We continue to pray for Guidance. We continue to proclaim the Teachings of Jesus and ask ourselves;

"What Would Jesus Do"

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ArchAngel History


Michael from the Hebrew Mikha'el, meaning: "Who is as God" His name is a battle cry; both shield and weapon in the struggle, and an eternal trophy of victory. The popularity of this name in the Old Testament appears from the fact that no less than ten persons bearing the name of Michael are mentioned in the sacred books, like: "Sthur the son of Michael." A similar name is found also in the Accadian language with a meaning identical to that of Michael; the Accadian equivalent is Mannuki-ili.

As the proper name of one of the great Archangels, the word Michael appears for the first time in the book of the prophet Daniel, where he is called: "Michael, one of the chief princes," and again: "At that time shall Michael rise up, the great prince, who standeth for the children of thy people."



The name Gabriel seems to be composed of the Hebrew words, gebher: man, and 'el: God. It means, therefore, "Man of God", or, "Strength of God".

Practically all the missions and manifestations of this Archangel are closely connected with the coming of the Messiahs. The most accurate prophecy regarding the time of the coming of Christ was made by Gabriel through the prophet Daniel.



Raphael, from the Hebrew rapha': to heal, and 'el: God, means "God heals," or the "Divine healer."

The history of Tobias, father and son, contains the grandest angelophany of the whole Bible, and it all revolves around the manifestation of the Archangel Raphael under the assumed name and form of a beautiful young man named Azarias. At the very end of his long mission the Archangel revealed his own identity and his real name, together with the actual purpose of his mission: "And now the Lord hath sent me to heal thee, and to deliver Sara thy son's wife from the devil. For I am the angel Raphael, one of the seven, who stand before the Lord."



The Sacred Scriptures have revealed the proper names of only three Angels, all of whom belong to the Choir of the Archangels. The names are well known to all, namely: Michael, Gabriel, Raphael. Ancient apocryphal literature of the Old Testament contains several other names of Archangels in addition to the three just mentioned. Like the sources themselves, these other names are spurious. Names like Uriel, Raguel, Sariel, and Jeremiel are not found in the canonical books of Sacred Scripture, but in the apocryphal book of Enoch, fourth book of Esdras,  and in rabbinical literature. The Church does not permit proper names of Angels that are not found in the canonical books of the Bible. All such names that were taken from apocryphal writings were rejected under Pope Zachary, in 745. There must have been danger of serious abuses in this regard during that century, because a similar step was taken in a synod held at Aix-la-Chapelle in 789.



The name Uriel literally means "Fire of God," "Flame of God," "Light of God," or even "Sun of God."

Some accounts place the Archangel Uriel at the head of the third order or company of angels. Others identify Uriel as one of the Seven Spirits before the Throne. Kabbalists assign Uriel to the middle pillar of the Tree of Life, and specifically to the sephirah Malkuth, the Kingdom. Malkuth is often associated with the Shekinah, the Glory of God and the divine presence in the world.



Raguil, Rasuil, Rufael, Suryan, Akrasiel -"Friend of God"

One of the 7 Archangels listed in the Enoch writings. Of the order of Principalities, Raguel is an angel of earth, a guard of the 2nd (or 4th) Heaven, and watching over the good behavior of his fellow angels. He "takes vengeance on the world of luminaries," which is interpreted to mean that, for cause, he brings other angels to account.

He is also known as 'the Archangel of Fairness and Justice' and loves to help and support those who feel slighted or mistreated, to feel empowered and respected again. Raguel is also mentioned as being an angel of ice and snow, calling forth other angels during the Final Judgment to deal with the unpure. 



Well known within the Judaic faith, Sariel is one of the great and mighty archangels. The name Sariel is Hebrew in origin, and translated into English it means Command of God, Commandment of God, or God's Angelic Commander. Depending on which religious translation you come across, you might see the name Sariel spelled as Suriyel, Suriel, Sahariel, Esdreel, Juriel, Sauriel, Saraqael, Sourial, Jariel, Surufel, Suruel, Seriel, Surya, or Sarakiel. Most of these spelling variations are derived from the many Dead Sea Scrolls translations that exist today. Occasionally the archangel Sariel will even be confused with other angelic figures such as Saraqael, Metatron, Ariel, or Uriel, however it is important to understand the Sariel is completely different than the aforementioned beings. First mentioned in the ancient Book of Enoch, it is said that Sariel is one of the four holiest archangels, and that he's of eternity and trembling.



Ramiel or Jeremiel or Jeremeel "Mercy of God", "Lord of Souls awaiting resurrection"): This Archangel is 'over those who rise' and bring souls to judgment. Remiel means God Raises Up; accordingly this is the Angel in charge of souls on their way to heaven. He is the Angel of Hope. Remiel is accredited with two tasks. First, he is the angel responsible for true divine visions, and is said to be the angel to give such a vision to Baruch before destroying Baruch's enemies, the armies of Sennacherib. Beyond that, he is also the guide for the souls of the faithful, leading them into Heaven after Michael weighs them at the last trump. Although not mentioned specifically as such, such a role would lead to the assumption that Ramiel is a power. He is credited with the destruction of the armies of Sennacherib, being the carrier of the instructions of the "Seven Archangels", and the one who presides over "true vision". He was the leader of the Apostates and one of the fallen angels.

Following are lesser Archangels

Anael (Hanael) : The Angel of Air, who breathes air into the body. Anael rules over the Planet Venus, the Tree of Life Sephirah 7 (Netzach - Victory), The Greek Deity Aphrodite, The Alchemical Metal Copper, and Emotion Relation


Cammuel - Archangel Cammuel is also known as Camuel, Kemuel, Shemuel Seraphiel, Camiel, Camiul, Khamael, Camniel, Cancel and Jahoe! His name means, "He Who Sees God". Camuel is the Archangel of Divine Love and the Gatekeeper of Heaven. He is regarded as Chief of the Order of Powers. He is usually depicted as a warrior with large green wings, dressed in a red tunic with green armour plates, and an iron helmet.


Cassiel rules over the The Tree of Life Sephirah  (Binah -understanding), The Greek Deity Kronos, Alchemical Metal Lead, and Time and Form


Chamuel ("He who sees God"): A member of the order of powers (although also considered a chief domination), Chamuel is considered by some to be the angel who wrestled with Jacob and damaged Jacob's thigh. Beyond this, Chamuel is considered, along side of Gabriel, to be one of the angels who strengthened and comforted Jesus on Gethsemane.


Jophiel - ("Beauty of God"): One of the cherubim, Jophiel is accredited with being the angel to drive Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden after they eat the forbidden fruit. If this is the case, Jophiel receives also the honor of being the first angel to be mentioned in the Bible. In such a role, he is last left guarding the Tree of Life with a flaming sword to prevent the return of man.


Metatron: Metatron is the tallest of the Archangels and the twin brother of Archangel Sandalphon. He appears as an enormous being of brilliant White Light, and is the greatest of all the Heavenly Hierarchy He is Master of the Highest Power of Abundance, Chancellor of Heaven, and King of the Angels. Metatron is said to have been the prophet Enoch, who was taken up to Heaven and transformed into an Angel of Fire with thirty-six pairs of wings. Metatron is usually shown holding a scroll in his hand. In some traditions, the Supreme Angel, Angel of the Covenant and Heavenly Scribe.


Raziel ("Secret of God"): One of the cherubim, Raziel is the giver of divine mysteries as well as an angel of knowledge. The Angel of the Secret Regions and Supreme Mysteries It is he who lead to the writing of the book of Enoch and is also the author of the tome from which Noah learns to build the ark. This is not to be confused with Raphael, who is the angel to give Raziel's tome to Noah, but did not write it himself. The Archangel - Raziel, known as the "Angel of secret regions and of the Supreme Mysteries", author of the "Book of the Angel Raziel that was presented to Noah, was also the chief of the Thrones. He proclaimed to know all the secrets of mankind.


Sachiel rules over the Tree of Life Sephirah  (Chesed- Mercy), The Greek Deity Zeus, The Alchemical Metal Tin, and Paternal Wisdom


Samael is also known as Sammael and Samil. It is generally taught that Samael resides in the Seventh Heaven, although he is declared to be the Chief Angel of the Fifth Heaven. Samael rules over the Tree of Life Sephirah  (Geburah - Severity) , The Greek Deity Ares, the Alchemical Metal Iron, and Active Energy.


Sandalphon appears as very tall and dressed in black. His robe is made of pure energy. His name means, "Brother", and he is the twin brother of Metatron. Sandalphon is the Master of Heavenly Song. His primary function is to act as a Guide.


Zadkiel (Zedkiel) also known as Tzadkiel, Satqiel, and Zachiel. ("Righteousness of God") Zadkiel is the Chief of Dominations. Belonging to the ranks of the dominations, and considered by some to be chief, Zadkiel is considered an angel of mercy. It is he who holds back the hand of Abraham to prevent the patriarch from sacrificing his son, and because of this is usually shown holding a dagger. Also, Zadkiel is one of two standard bearers (along with Zophiel) who follow directly behind Michael as the head archangel enters battle.


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