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ORIGIN The Archangel of the Sephirah Chokmah. PURPOSE Can provide you with an understanding of energy currents in our world and how to use them for various purposes. He is the Archangel of wisdom, which is the practical ability to make consistently good decisions in life. Peter Stone Jewelry Online Store offers fine.925 Sterling Silver and Gold Spiritual, Celestial, Celtic & Symbolic Treasures Worldwide. As a Designer, Manufacturer, and Wholesale Distributor. WITCH NYCWITCH NYCThis website is an informational page not only for Witches and practicioners of Western Magick in New York City, but for any Witch around the world. There are many solitary.

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Archangel Raphael stands out as one of the most powerful healers. This is due to the fact that he healed Jacob’s dislocated hip. And he also healed Abraham after his circumcision. Furthermore, the name Raphael means “God Who Heals”. But The Bible calls him on his other name, “The Divine Physician”. Therefore, those who are familiar with the archangels, already know the miraculous healing power of Raphael. But there are many other facts that you may not know.

6 Facts You Didn’t Know About Archangel Raphael

#1. First of all, Raphael became popular as the protector of travelers. This is due to his journey with Tobias. In this journey he appears as a great companion for long journeys. His sense of humor transforms him into a great friend. As a result of his amazing journey with Tobias, Raphael is often painted as a pilgrim. In his journey with Tobias, in the Book Of Tobit, there is an interesting tale described. The archangel banishes a dangerous demon, called Asmodeus. The demon kills seven bridegrooms of Sarah, until Raphael banishes him.

#2. Archangel Raphael often appears in paintings holding a fish. That is the fish Tobias caught on the journey that I’ve mentioned above. On their journey to Media, Raphael taught Tobias some exorcising tips. One of these tips was smoking the liver and heart of the fish. As a result, Tobias was able to exorcise evil spirits from his bride. Later on their way back, Raphael taught him how to restore his father’s eyesight with the gall. Meanwhile, he revealed his real identity.

Archangel Raphael

#3. Raphael seems to be the archangel who helped king Solomon to build his temple. He was the carrier of the special ring from God to Solomon. This ring allowed Solomon to command demons to finish the great temple.

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#4. Furthermore, Jewish Legends sustain that Raphael helped Noah to build his ark. The archangel gave Noah all the knowledge he needed. Finally, before the flood came, Raphael gave Noah a medical book.

#5. John 5:2-4 tells us about the incredible healing powers of the pool at Bethesda. As a result of Raphael disturbing the pool, it received healing powers. The first man who entered the pool after the archangel, was miraculously healed.

#6. Joy Shell, an English nurse, became famous with her book called “The Ministry of Angels”. She admits in this book that she regularly saw Archangel Raphael at the heads of very ill patients. Hence, the patients visited by the celestial being recovered.

You might enjoy this Angel Raphael Healing Prayer.

Archangel Raphael

In conclusion, Archangel Raphael possesses an amazing healing power. We can pray for him when we or our loved ones are ill. Raphael can teach us to heal ourselves and others. And he is the protector of healers, doctors, nurses and therapists. Let his healing light spread through your life.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/4″][vc_raw_html]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[/vc_raw_html][/vc_column][/vc_row]

This is an excerpt from The Raziel Tarot, authored by Rachel Pollack and designed by Robert M Place

The Magician card shows us King Solomon, builder of the Temple, wisest of all humans, master of magic, subduer of demons until he himself was tricked by Ashmedai (see card 15, The Devil). Though he had seven hundred wives and three hundred concubines, his true match came in the powerful and brilliant Queen of Sheba, shown on the Strength card.Thus we find strong links between the Magician, Strength, and the Devil, the first triad, which is to say the initiatory cards of the three lines of the Major Arcana (1, 8, and 15).

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Solomon also connects strongly to the High Priestess, who as card 2, is a natural partner of card 1.The High Priestess in the Raziel Tarot is the Shekinah Herself, who as the “Indwelling Presence” literally lived in the Temple Solomon built for Her. The Hebrew letter associated with this card is Beit, a word that means house. Solomon created the
Temple as the House of God. In mystical texts “House” sometimes means the Temple.

As we described in The Fool, Beit is the second letter of the Hebrew alphabet, just as the Magician, numbered 1, is actually the second card. Since the Aleph, the Fool’s letter, is silent, Beit is really the first letter of substance. It begins the Bible, whose first word is “Beraishith,” usually translated as “In the beginning.” This is the ultimate magic act, to draw something out of nothing. Beit also begins the word b’ruchah, or blessing. We read
in the Bible “God blessed Solomon with wisdom.” In the Sefer Bahir (again, see previous card), we find a reworking of the famous line from Psalm 11, “Fear [Awe] of YHVH is the beginning of wisdom.” The Bahir says “The beginning is wisdom, awe of YHVH.” Fear does not bring wisdom, wisdom leads to awe. The line is not about terror of a God who might crush you, but rather the wisdom to experience awe of the Infinite, the Eternal.

Solomon’s father, David, originally wanted to build the Temple, but he had devoted too much of his life to war. David also lusted after a woman he saw bathing, and in order to satisfy his desire but avoid the sin of adultery he sent her husband to the front lines, where the poor man died in battle, leaving David to claim the widow. But Solomon, too, was flawed, for he allowed some of his wives to bring idols into the Temple. One lesson we learn from the Bible is that no human being, however wise or powerful, is flawless.

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As “partner” to the Shekinah, and builder of her house, Solomon the Magician channels the heavenly energy of Above to ground it Below, in the physical world. In the Waite-Smith deck and others, the Magician raises one arm holding a wand, and points the other downward, towards flowers. Here we see his right arm raised, and his left holding the staff, which grounds the energy in the Earth.

He wears red, and fire rises from the alter in front of him. Fire is indeed the Magician’s elemental quality. But underneath the red outer robe we see white, for the purity of his thoughts and actions. This is the Magician at his highest. Carved into the altar—embedded in physical reality—we find the four emblems of the Minor Arcana. From the
bottom up they are the Staff of Moses crossed by the Sword of David, the Cup of Joseph the Diviner, and the Pentacle, known magically as the Seal of Solomon. The five-pointed star has many meanings, including the human body with the arms and legs out, the planet Venus, and flowers or fruit with five points. We will look at some of these more closely in the suit of Pentacles, but here we might notice that Solomon was said to use the form to
bind demons (and the Djinn, in Arabic tradition) to his will.

The Magician himself wears the six-pointed star on his breastplate. This star, which most people think of as a cultural symbol of Judaism, the “Mogen David,” or “Shield of David,” is formed by inter-locking two triangles, one pointing up, the other down. They symbolize Fire and Water, male and female energies. This magical meaning is far older than the cultural one, and in fact, found in many cultures. (If you want to shock—or offend—your Jewish friends or relatives try telling them that the star they wear round their necks is
a symbol of sexual magic.)
In the great lore of The Book of Raziel, Solomon is one of those who received the Book, for he used its secrets to build the Temple. Tradition and myth tell how the earthly Temple mirrors, in stone and wood, an eternal Temple in Heaven. Solomon, we learn, could travel between them. Wisdom, creative fire, and dedication unite Above and Below.
The Bible portrays Solomon as all-wise, author of such “wisdom” books as Ecclesiastes, Proverbs, and especially the Song of Songs, which the great rabbi Akiva ben Joseph declared as the single most important book in the Bible, for its depiction of God’s love for his people, Israel (for more on the Song of Songs, and its deeper meanings, see card 20, Judgement). In post-Biblical times, even continuing to the present, Solomon became the
master of magic, and thus the perfect choice for this card. Even today, you can easily find (especially on the Internet, something we might imagine as a secret creation of Solomon himself, or the angel Raziel) a whole range of “Solomonic seals,” for various magical goals: wealth, love, fame, protection, etc. Usually these seals consist of a sigil of some kind, with various Holy Names in Hebrew, and/or prayers. The Seal of the Angel Raziel appears on the back of these cards, with two seals invoking the Holy Name Shaddai below
it.

One of the earliest works to depict Solomon as a magician is “The Testament of Solomon,”
written some time before the fifth century CE. It tells how Solomon summoned a parade of
demons and forced them to tell him their names, and powers, and how to control them, primarily by invoking the names of angels. The Testament (which shows clear Christian influences, if not actually of Christian origin) became the model or many later grimoires, or magical texts. In one of the encounters described in the Testament, Solomon imprisons the demon in a jar. This would later become the famous image of containing a djinni (genie) in a bottle, for in Muslim tradition Solomon, called Suleiman, masters both the djinn and the ifrits, or demons, creatures of great magical power who are sometimes described as made of smoke and fire.

Divinatory meanings: Wisdom, creativity, will, magical ability, especially in service to a higher cause. Fire, vitality, life energy, the masculine principle (in women as well as men). Mastery, whether of a skill or of the self.

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Reversed: Arrogance, pride, misuse of power. Taken in another direction, weakness, doubt, blocked energy. With the Devil, danger of being tricked, taken advantage of, or controlled by someone else.

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