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I understand Angels as beings – Gods attached to Gods, who have realised their purpose but not yet acknowledged the extent of their own personal divinity. Gods who have yet to master their own personal magic, but are a conduit of their teacher(s). I don’t mean to imply any kind of hierarchy – just stages of personal development. It’s a process of learning to acknowledge true intention, acquiring a true understanding of suffering and helping others through their own and then acting upon it. Even if it means leading by example, or standing by others as they suffer. Even if it means simply being an example of strength. Even if it means telling the truth when no one else will.
I suppose that most importantly: I see Angels as beings that need to be loved by others. Beings that need to be rewarded. I see Gods as beings that are a source of love unto themselves. Beings that need no reward.
Early on in my spiritual development, I visited a church in Canterbury & what struck me was the use of sacred geometry in the architecture. I don’t speak that language, personally. I learned that triangles with the point facing North represent divine male energy and triangles with the point facing South represent female energy, then I began to vaguely understand that we are surrounded by “sacred geometry”, then I saw the roof of Canterbury Cathedral, then I meditated asking to understand Soulmates & Energy. I was shown a square pyramid sitting on top of a mirror, and beneath it another square pyramid. The pyramids were each orbited by a sphere, one light and one dark.
I’m still trying to understand what that means.
I try to stay true to what is revealed to me, because that reflects my own journey. Yours might differ – I guess it depends on what languages come naturally to you.
The only thing that really matters now is whether man can climb up to a higher moral level, to a higher plane of consciousness, in order to be equal to the superhuman powers which the fallen angels have played into his hands. ~Carl Jung, Answer to Job, Para 746.
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