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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › SelaphielSelaphiel - Wikipedia

    Biblical References. Selaphiel appears in verse 31:6 of the apocryphal Christian text The Conflict of Adam and Eve, which describes how God sends him and Suriyel to help rescue Adam and Eve from Satan’s deception, commanding Selaphiel “to bring them down from the top of the high mountain and to take them to the Cave of Treasures.”

  2. Other names derived from pseudepigrapha and recognized by Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox churches are Selaphiel, Jegudiel, and Raguel. In Ismailism, there are seven cherubim, comparable to the Seven Archangels ordered to bow down before Qadar, of whom Iblis refuses.

  3. Selaphiel: Sealtiel, Selatiel Christianity: Archangel Patron saint of prayer and worship Seraph (type) Seraphim Christianity, Islam, Judaism (type) Seraphiel: Christianity, Judaism: seraph Protector of Metatron, highest ranking saraphim Shamnail Yazdânism: Archangel Shamsiel: Samsapeel, Shamshel, Shamshiel, Shashiel Christianity, Judaism ...

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › AbaddonAbaddon - Wikipedia

    In Revelation 9:11, Abaddon is described as "Destroyer", the angel of the Abyss, and as the king of a plague of locusts resembling horses with crowned human faces, women's hair, lions' teeth, wings, iron breast-plates, and a tail with a scorpion's stinger that torments for five months anyone who does not have the seal of God on their foreheads.

  5. Jibril (Arab: جبريل, Inggris dan Alkitab: Gabriel) adalah malaikat yang muncul dalam ajaran agama samawi. Dalam ajaran agama samawi Jibril dianggap sebagai Pemimpin Malaikat dan bertugas menyampaikan wahyu dan mengajarkannya kepada para nabi dan rasul. Malaikat Jibril adalah malaikat yang bertugas menyampaikan wahyu.

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  7. Angels have appeared in works of art since early Christian art, and they have been a popular subject for Byzantine and European paintings and sculpture.. Angels are usually intended, in both Christian and Islamic art, to be beautiful, though several depictions go for more awesome or frightening attributes, notably in the depiction of the living creatures (which have bestial characteristics ...

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