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KNOW YOUR GUARDIAN ANGELS BY DR. HONEY LOVE SPELL

Updated: Aug 13, 2019


What is an angel

In Islam, angels (Arabic: ملاًئِكة malā'ikah) are celestial beings, created from a luminous origin by God to perform certain tasks he has given them. Islam acknowledges the concept of angels both as anthropomorphic and abstract.The angels from the angelic realm are subordinates in a hierarchy headed by one of the archangels in the highest heavens. Belief in angels is one of the six articles of faith in Islam.



What’s guardian angel

A guardian angel is an angel that is assigned to protect and guide a particular person, group, kingdom, or country. Belief in guardian angels can be traced throughout all antiquity.

The concept of angels that guard over particular people and nationalities played a common role in Ancient Judaism, while a theory of tutelary angels and their hierarchy was extensively developed in Christianity in the 5th century by Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite.

The theology of angels and tutelary spirits has undergone many refinements since the 5th century. Belief in both the East and the West is that guardian angels serve to protect whichever person God assigns them to,[1] and present prayer to God on that person's behalf

Angel Types in Islam

Types of Muslim Angels

angels -- spiritual beings who love God and help carry out His will on Earth -- as one of its core pillars of faith. The Qur’an says that God has made more angels than human beings, since groups of angels guard every individual person among the billions of people on Earth: “For each person, there are angels in succession, before and behind him. They guard him by the Command of Allah [God],” (Al Ra’d 13:11).

That’s a lot of angels! Understanding how God has organized the angels he has created can help you begin to grasp their purposes. The major religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam have all come up with angelic hierarchies. Here’s a look at who’s who among Muslim angels:

Islam’s angelic hierarchy isn’t as detailed as the ones in Judaism and Christianity, and Islamic scholars say that’s because the Qur’an doesn’t directly describe a detailed angelic hierarchy, so general organizational guidelines are all that’s necessary. Islamic scholars place the archangels that the Qur’an mentions at the top, with other angels named by the Qur’an underneath and differentiated by the types of missions God gives them to do.

The Archangels



Archangels are the highest-ranking angels that God has created. They rule over the universe’s daily operation, while also sometimes visiting human beings to deliver messages from God to them.

Muslims consider archangel Gabriel to be the most important of all angels, since Islam’s founder, the prophet Muhammad, said that Gabriel appeared to him to dictate the entire Qur’an. In Al Baqarah 2:97, the Qur’an declares: "Who is an enemy to Gabriel! For he brings down the [revelation] to thy heart by God's will, a confirmation of what went before, and guidance and glad tidings for those who believe." In the Hadith, a collection of the Islamic prophet Muhammad’s traditions, Gabriel again appears to Muhammad and quizzes him about Islam’s tenets. Gabriel communicates with other prophets, too, say Muslims -- including all of the prophets that Muslims accept as true. Muslims believe that Gabriel gave the prophet Abraham a stone known as the Black Stone of Kaaba; Muslims who travel on pilgrimages to Mecca, Saudi Arabia kiss that stone.

The archangel Michael is another top-ranking angel in the Islamic angelic hierarchy. Muslims view Michael as an angel of mercy and believe that God has assigned Michael to reward righteous people for the good, they do during their earthly lifetimes. God also charges Michael with sending rain, thunder, and lightning to the Earth, according to Islam. The Qur’an mentions Michael when it warns in Al-Baqarah 2:98: “Whoever is an enemy to God and his angels and his apostles, to Gabriel and Michael -- lo! God is an enemy to those who reject the faith.”

Another top-ranking angel in Islam is Archangel Raphael. The Hadith names Raphael (who is called “Israfel” or “Israfil” in Arabic) as the angel who will blow a horn to announce that Judgment Day is coming. The Qur’an says in chapter 69 (Al Haqqah) that horn’s first blow will destroy everything, and in chapter 36 (Ya Sin) it says that humans who have died will come back to life at the second blow. Islamic tradition says that Raphael is a master of music who sings praises to God in heaven in more than 1,000 different languages.

The unnamed archangels who are referred to in Islam as the Hamalat al-Arsh and who carry God’s throne are also high on the Islamic angelic hierarchy. The Qur’an mentions them in chapter 40 (Ghaffir), verse 7: “Those who sustain the throne [of God] and those around it sing glory and praise to their Lord; believe in him; and implore forgiveness for those who believe: ‘Our Lord! Thy reach is over all things, in mercy and knowledge. Forgive, then, those who turn in repentance, and follow thy path; and preserve them from the penalty of the blazing fire!’”

The angel of death, who Muslims believe separates each person’s soul from his or body at the moment of death, completes the top-ranking angels in Islam. Islamic tradition says that archangel Azrael is the angel of death, although in the Qur’an, he is referred to by his role ("Malak al-Maut," which literally means "angel of death") rather than by his name: "The Angel of Death who is charged with taking your souls will take your souls; then you will be returned to your Lord." (As-Sajdah 32:11).

Lower-Ranking Angels



Islam groups the angels underneath those archangels together, differentiating them according to the different jobs they perform at God’s command. Some of the lower-ranking angels include:

Angel Ridwan is in charge of maintaining Jannah (paradise or heaven). The Hadith mentions Ridwan as the angel who guards paradise. The Qur’an describes in chapter 13 (a-Ra'd) verses 23 and 24 how the angels that Ridwan leads in paradise will welcome believers as they arrive: "Gardens of perpetual bliss: they shall enter there, as well as the righteous among their fathers, their spouses, and their offspring: and angels shall enter unto them from every gate [with the salutation]: 'Peace unto you for that ye persevered in patience! Now how excellent is the final home!'"

Angel Malik supervises 19 other angels who guard Jahannam (hell) and punish the people there. In chapter 43 (Az-Zukhruf) verses 74 to 77 of the Qur’an, Malik tells the people in hell that they must remain there: "Surely, the disbelievers will be in the torment of hell to abide therein forever. [The torment] will not be lightened for them, and they will be plunged into destruction with deep regrets, sorrows and in despair therein. We wronged them not, but they were the wrongdoers. And they will cry: 'O Malik! Let your Lord make an end of us!' He will say: 'Surely, you shall abide forever.' Indeed, we have brought the truth to you, but most of you have a hatred for the truth."

Two angels called the Kira man Katibin (honorable recorders) pay attention to everything that people past puberty think, say, and do; and the one who sits on their right shoulders records their good choices while the angel who sits on their left shoulders records their bad decisions, says the Qur’an in chapter 50 (Qaf), verses 17-18.

Guardian angels who pray for and help protect each human being are also among the lower-ranking angels in the Islamic angelic hierarchy



How do I know my Guardian Angel? – The Basics

Before we jump straight into exploring those, let’s take a look at some basic information surrounding Guardian Angels. What is my Guardian Angel’s name? You may find that this question is repeating itself over and over again in your mind. But what is a Guardian Angel? We all have angels watching over us but a Guardian Angel plays a slightly more personal role: they are with us from birth until death and likely beyond.

Feeling drawn towards your Guardian Angel always symbolizes the beginnings of spiritual change!

If you’re feeling an inner calling to search for your Guardian Angel, to learn their name, and to communicate with them in new and exciting ways, then you might be taking your first steps along your spiritual journey.

Your Guardian Angel is waiting for you to reach out to them! Would you like to know who your Protective Guardian Angel is?Top of Form Bottom of Form

What does my guardian angel mean?

There is some debate as to who is your Guardian Angel. Some people view the Archangels we are connected with at birth as our Guardian Angels while others view us as having an angel whose sole purpose is watching over us throughout our lives. We are going to explore both options.

My Guardian Angel Name

If it is true that God tasks an angel to watch over us from birth then you’re likely to be curious as to whom this angel is. As there are an unknown number of angels, there are also an unknown number of names.

There is a fairly straightforward technique you can use though which should hopefully answer the question: who is my guardian angel?

Who is my Guardian Angel and How do I pray to my guardian angel?

Let’s explore that now the steps that will help you to identify him:

Step 1

The first thing you want to do is go out into nature. For this technique, you want to be somewhere peaceful, quiet and undisturbed. If there are some empty fields or some woods then either of these would be perfect.

The further away from the hustle and bustle of city life, you can get the better. Hearing cars or sirens will disrupt your goal here.

Once you find your spot, you want to remove any restrictions to your body such as watches, bags, tight jackets, hats, etc. If you’re wearing socks and shoes then removing these can allow a natural flow of energy.

Step 2

You can either stand or sit for this step. Simply do whichever feels most comfortable. Take a few deep breaths as if you were beginning to meditate and allow all your thoughts and troubles to simply leave your mind, body, and spirit.

The clearer you mind can become here, the more likely that your angel will communicate with you. As you take a few more deep breaths, allow your consciousness to expand and begin to reach out beyond the physical world.

Step 3

The final step is to reach out to your Guardian Angel. You can repeat “who is my Guardian Angel?” over and over in your head or alternatively if you’ve reached out to your Guardian Angel before then you can ask them directly.

You can speak out loud or simply use your inner voice. Continue to take deep breaths and allow your mind to remain empty. A name will come to you: it may be immediately or you may have to be patient.

Don’t force a name to appear and don’t create one in your mind, simply allow it to appear.

Other Guardian Angel Names

If you’re still wondering: who is my Guardian Angel, Then this method may be your best approach. Some people are of the belief that we are born under the wing of an Archangel and that this angel is our Guardian Angel.

Finding your guardian angel’s name under these circumstances is drastically easier as there are only 12 Archangels to choose from and each is connected to a zodiac sign.

What are the names of the 12 archangels And Who is my Guardian Angel?

So by knowing your date of birth or your zodiac sign allows you to also know the Archangel that is your Guardian angel.

December 23rd and January 20th is the zodiac sign of Capricorn and your corresponding Archangel is Azrael;January 21st and February 19th makes you an Aquarius and your Guardian Angel would be Uriel;February 20th and March 20th is Pisces and your Guardian Angel is Sandalphon;March 21st to April 20th is the zodiac of Aries with the Archangel Ariel;April 21st and May 21st is Taurus and your Guardian Angel is Chamuel.May 22nd to June 21st is Gemini with Zadkiel as the ArchangelJune 22nd to July 23rd is Cancer and Gabriel is the matching Archangel.July 24th to August 23rd is the Leo zodiac which has Raziel as the Guardian Angel.August 24th to September 23rd is Virgo and Metatron is the Archangel of this zodiac.September 24th to October 23rd is Libra and their Guardian Angel is Jophiel.October 24th to November 22nd is the Scorpio zodiac and Jeremiel is the Guardian Angel.November 23rd to December 22nd is Sagittarius and Raguel is the Archangel.

Hopefully, this answers the question: who is my Guardian Angel? But if you’re still in doubt, don’t give up on asking your other angels for guidance


Belief in Angel Dr. honey love

In common folklore, angels are thought of as good forces of nature, hologram images, or illusions. Western iconography sometimes depicts angels as fat cherubic babies or handsome young men or women with a halo surrounding their head.

In Islam, they are real created beings who will eventually suffer death, but are generally hidden from our senses. They are not divine or semi-divine, and they are not God’s associates running different districts of the universe. Also, they are not objecting to be worshipped or prayed to, as they do not deliver our prayers to God. They all submit to God and carry out His commands.

In the Islamic worldview, there are no fallen angels: they are not divided into ‘good’ and ‘evil’ angels. Human beings do not become angels after death. Satan is not a fallen angel, but is one of the jinn, a creation of God parallels to human beings and angels.

Angels were created from light

Angels were created from light before human beings were created, and thus their graphic or symbolic representation in Islamic art is rare. Nevertheless, they are generally beautiful beings with wings as described in Muslim scripture. Angels form different cosmic hierarchies and orders in the sense that they are of different size, status, and merit.

The greatest of them is Gabriel. Muhammad (pbuh) actually saw him in his original form. Also, the attendants of God’s Throne are among the greatest angels. They love the believers and beseech God to forgive them their sins. They carry the Throne of God, about whom the Prophet Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, said:

“I have been given permission to speak about one of the angels of God who carry the Throne. The distance between his ear-lobes and his shoulders is equivalent to a seven-hundred-year journey.”

Angels do not eat or drink. The angels do not get bored or tired of worshipping God:

“They celebrate His praises night and day, nor do they ever slacken.” (Quran 21:20)

The Number of Angels

How many angels there are? Only God knows. The Much-Frequented House is a sacred heavenly sanctuary above the Kaaba, the black cube in the city of Mecca. Every day seventy thousand angels visit it and leave, never returning to it again, followed by another group.

The Names of Angels

Muslims believe in specific angels mentioned in the Islamic sources like Jibreel (Gabriel), Mika’eel (Michael), Israfeel, Malik – the guard over Hell, and others. Of these, Gabriel and Michael are also mentioned in the Bible.

Angelic Abilities

The angels possess great powers given to them by God. They can take on different forms. The Muslim scripture describes how at the moment of Jesus’ conception, God sent Gabriel to Mary in the form of a man:

“…Then We sent to her Our angel, and he appeared before her as a man in all respects.” (Quran 19:17)

Angels also visited Abraham in human form. Similarly, angels came to Lot to deliver him from danger in the form of handsome, young men. Gabriel used to visit Prophet Muhammad in different forms. Sometimes, he would appear in the form of one of his handsome disciples, and sometimes in the form of a desert Bedouin. Angels have the ability to take human forms in some circumstances involving common people.

Gabriel is God’s heavenly messenger to mankind. He would convey the revelation from God to His human messengers. God says:

“Say: whoever is an enemy to Gabriel – for he brings down the (revelation) to your heart by God’s will…” (Quran 2:97)

Tasks of the Angels

Some angels are put in charge of executing God’s law in the physical world. Michael is responsible for rain, directing it wherever God wishes. He has helpers who assist him by the command of his Lord; they direct the winds and clouds, as God wills. Another is responsible for blowing the Horn, which will be blown by Israafeel at the onset of the Day of Judgment. Others are responsible for taking souls out of the bodies at the time of death: The Angel of Death and his assistants. God says:

“Say: The Angel of Death, put in charge of you, will (duly) take your souls, then shall you be brought back to your Lord.” (Quran 32:11)

Then there are guardian angels responsible for protecting the believer throughout his life, at home or traveling, asleep or awake. Others are responsible for recording the deeds of man, good and bad. These are known as the “honorable scribes.” Two angels, Munkar and Nakeer, are responsible for testing people in the grave. Among them are keepers of Paradise and the nineteen ‘guards’ of Hell whose leader is named ‘Malik.’ There are also angels responsible for breathing the soul into the fetus and writing down its provisions, life-span, actions, and whether it will be wretched or happy. Some angels are roamers, traveling around the world in search of gatherings where God is remembered. There are also angels constituting God’s heavenly army, standing in rows, they never get tired or sit down, and others who bow or prostrate, and never raise their heads, always worshipping God.

In summary, the position in Islam is that angels are a grandiose creation of God, varying in numbers, roles, and abilities. God is in no need of these creatures, but having knowledge and belief in them adds to the awe that one feels towards God, in that He is able to create as He wishes, for indeed the magnificence of His creation is a proof to believers of the magnificence of the Creator.

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