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The Seven Archangels in other Religions


This section will be constantly updated as new references are discovered.

The Seven Archangels have been mentioned during specific historical periods and within various Traditions:

 Era / Tradition Reference Back ground information
The Pharaonic Era.
Dates back to 3000 years B.C. till Alexander the Great conquered Egypt in 323 B.C. During the Pharaonic Era.

Urshu ( The watchers)

 

The Seven Sages

 

Osiris

A pre-dynastic race of demi-gods called the followers of Horus

 
Also known as First-Time or Elder Gods who constructed the first temples known as the House of God

Worshiped by the Egyptians as the leader of the Seven Sages or Seven Builders. Osiris was also associated with the Archangel Michael

     
 Yezedic Religion

Seven Mysteries

 

 

 

 Seven Sheikhs

In the Yazidi belief system, the world was created by a god, and the world is now in the care of a Heptad of seven Holy Beings, often known as Angels or heft sirr (the Seven Mysteries). Preeminent among these is Teleck Melek (frequently known as "Melek Tawus" in English publications), the Peacock Angel.

From the Yezedic Scriptures the Seven Sheikhs were the incarnations of the Seven Archangels, we are familiar todat, there were created an sent forth into the univers by God to assist man.

     
Century- Alexandrian Tractate Seven Administrators

From the Hermetic Corpus of mystery text.

Philosophers of the time believed that the destiny of the classical world was under the dominion of one ultimate goddess controlling human affairs and mortal things under the rule of the zodiac and planetary luminaries the Seven Administrators.

     

References:
Jackson, N. & Howard.M “The Pillars of Tubal-Cain”, Capall Bann Publishing. 2003.

 

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