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The Traditional Method of Calculating the Angelic Hours

The Book of Hours

Is a devotional book made popular in the later middle Ages, and is the most common type of surviving medieval illuminated manuscript, which contains a collection of texts, prayers and psalms, for Christian devotions. The Books of Hours was traditionally written in Latin although many were written entirely or partially in European languages.

This Book of Hours concentrate on the Archangels and give Hourly, Daily, Weekly and Monthly prayers, and requests directed to the Planartay Archangels.

The typical Book of Hours was developed for lay people who wished to incorporate elements of their Christian practices into their daily devotional life
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Hour

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

1st hour of the  Day (Sunrise)

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

Raphael

Sachiel

Anael

Cassiel

2

Anael

Cassiel

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

Raphael

Sachiel

3

Raphael

Sachiel

Anael

Cassiel

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

4

Gabriel

Samael

Raphael

Sachiel

Anael

Cassiel

Michael

5

Cassiel

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

Raphael

Sachiel

Anael

6

Sachiel

Anael

Cassiel

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

Raphael

7

Samael

Raphael

Sachiel

Anael

Cassiel

Michael

Gabriel

8

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

Raphael

Sachiel

Anael

Cassiel

9

Anael

Cassiel

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

Raphael

Sachiel

10

Raphael

Sachiel

Anael

Cassiel

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

11

Gabriel

Samael

Raphael

Sachael

Anael

Cassiel

Michael

12

Cassiel

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

Raphael

Sachiel

Anael

13th (1st) Hour of the Night

Sachael

Anael

Cassiel

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

Raphael

14 (2)

Samiel

Raphael

Sachiel

Anael

Cassiel

Michael

Gabriel

15 (3)

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

Raphael

Sachiel

Anael

Cassiel

16 (4)

Anael

Cassiel

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

Raphael

Sachiel

17 (5)

Raphael

Sachiel

Anael

Cassiel

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

18 (6)

Gabriel

Samael

Raphael

Sachiel

Anael

Cassiel

Michael

19 (7)

Cassiel

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

Raphael

Sachiel

Anael

20 (8)

Sachiel

Anael

Cassiel

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

Raphael

21 (9)

Samael

Raphael

Sachiel

Anael

Cassiel

Michael

Gabriel

22 (10)

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

Raphael

Sachiel

Anael

Cassiel

23 (11)

Anael

Cassiel

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

Raphael

Sachiel

24 (12)

Raphael

Sachiel

Anael

Cassiel

Michael

Gabriel

Samael

 

According to Peter de Abano, “…. that the first hour of the day, of every Country, and in every season whatsoever, is to be assigned to the Sun-rising, when he first appeareth arising in the horizon: and the first hour of the night is to be the thirteenth hour, from the first hour of the day”

What does this mean? The first hour occurs from Sunrise and the first hour of the night occurs 13 hours from Sunrise. To calculate the actual hours you need to know the time of the sunrise. From this time the other ours are easily calculated, using 60 minutes per hour.

Reference:
Peter de Abano: Heptameron, or Magical Elements

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