Celestial

Archons block souls from escaping the material world. The test is whether people act on their passion/flame or fear.

Archangel

Raphael

The name Raphael translates to “God heals” or “He who heals” in Hebrew, underscoring his association with healing and divine restoration.

Archangel

Uriel

Uriel is one of the archangels found in various religious traditions, particularly within Christianity and Judaism.

Archangel

Michael

One of seven archangels, one of the chief princes, Supreme Commander of the Heavenly Hosts, represented as a lion.

Nag Hammadi Codex I

The third Adam is earthly

The Nag Hammadi library is a collection of early Christian and Gnostic texts discovered near the Upper Egyptian town of Nag Hammadi in 1945.

A seraphim (singular “seraph”) refers to a type of celestial or angelic being in various religious traditions, most notably in Judaism and Christianity.

Saklas is a name often associated with Gnostic teachings, particularly within certain sects that describe the creation and structure of the universe in mythic terms.

Archangel

Gabriel

Gabriel is one of the most well-known archangels, commonly recognized in religious traditions, including Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.

Various religious traditions and mythologies have diverse beliefs about celestial beings or angels, like the Elohim and Seraphim.

Ezekiel 10

Cherubim

Ezekiel 10 describes a vivid and complex imagery of cherubim, wheels, and divine manifestations.