In ancient times electroballs were misidentified as mythological creatures like angels, demons, gods, fairies, etc. The list is endless.
Angels were worshiped in various cultures. It began to be believed that they were messengers between God and men.
The concept of angel has changed turning more anthropomorphic along the time but in the origin probably it was based in different transitory phenomena observed in the sky like ball lightning or sun dogs. It seems the definition has turned more confusing with time.
In the Bible there are many references about them but it doesn’t explain what they are, only it assumes its existence and activity.
In judaism it is said they are creatures without neither conscience nor shape. Different types have been described: some as wheels or spheres, others as torches or fires.
For the Catholic Church angels ar incorporeal but with benevolence and inteligence.
Common angels and archangels looked often like torches and used to be electroballs like ball lightning. If they were high in the sky, near God, they couldn’t make any harm so they were identified as angels but if they were seen near the ground they coud harm people, animals or properties so they were identified as demons: the fallen angels rejectd by god.
Archangels were some angels with more importance but the same look. Among them can be identified at least three: Michael, Gabriel and Raphael.
Michael: sometimes described as a warrior angel with a fire sword. It is a luminous electroball with a beam of plasma. Archangel Uriel seems to fit to this definition too.
Gabriel: often identified as a messenger angel playing the trumpet.
It is an electroball, often without light, like a cloud or not visible at all, with an air leak making noise.
It often makes a trumpet or horn sound known as skyquake. Click here for an example.
Raphael: it protects pilgrims and travelers following them. It is an electroball attracted to objects electrically charged like persons or vehicles. Called foo fighter during the WW2. They could be of very different types.
The invisible guard angels are transparent electroballs, made only of air.
Those angels nearest to God, the sun in ancient religions, were angels of the first hierarchy. They are the angels Seraph, Thrones and Cherub, explained as optical phenomena: sun dogs-parhelion.
Seraph: the nearest angel to God is the first “throne”, because God was sat on it, and was depicted having 6 wings in three pairs: two for flying (horizontal bright), two to cover the face of God (upper arches) and two to cover the feet (lower arches)
Thrones: with Seraph, thrones is the throne in which God is sat moving accross heaven. Depicted sometimes as a wheel inside another wheel (two halos) and covered with eyes (over the halos). It has a circular wing with the colors of the rainbow. God is sat in them (God was the sun in ancient religions).
Cherub: sometimes depicted as an angel with four wings next to God. In the image it is the reflection over the sun.
Written by Miguel A. Galán, 24-january-2021, in Madrid, Spain.
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