THE SEVEN ARCHANGELS AND COMMANDS
ANGEL, GUIDE, GUARD, MESSENGER, WATCH, WITNESS
Literally "messengers", angels may be anywhere the spirit force moves. Angels are messengers who must be heard in their own language. As messengers in the sheerest meaning of the word, angels may come from any realm of earth or cosmos. Angels may be visible or invisible but all angels bear a message. The most important thing for those who converse or wish to converse with angels is the ability to hear and understand their messages.
THE PLACES OF ANGELS
The first power was placed in the four corners of the world, the four cardinal directions or the four primary forces of the world. These four states correspond to four elements of all existence in heaven and on Earth. The conscious is all that one knows and recognizes with awareness. It perceives and recognizes the elements of existence and copes with survival issues. The driving energy of the conscious mind rises from an unseen scheme of primal instinct and soul desire just beyond its vision. The conscious mind expands its periphery by recognizing the unseen power that motivates it.
"There is no consciousness without discrimination of opposites. This is the paternal principle, the Logos, which eternally struggles to extricate itself from the primal warmth and primal darkness of the material womb; in a word, from unconsciousness. Therefore its first creative act of liberation is matricide... Nothing can exist without its opposite; the two were one in the beginning and will be one again in the end.
Consciousness can only exist through continual recognition of the unconscious, just as everything that lives must pass through many deaths." Unconscious This reservoir of untapped information lies just beyond the grasp of the conscious mind, compelling the conscious by its invisibility. The unconscious takes its force from two fundamental aspects. The first is comprised of those unconscious elements entirely personal to the individual, relating to the unique experience of the personality and soul.
The other element is the inborn, genetic images called the collective unconscious by Jung. "I have chosen the term 'collective' because this part of the unconscious is not personal but universal; in contrast to the personal psyche, it has contents and modes of behavior that are more or less the same everywhere and in all individuals. It is, in other words, identical in all men and thus constitutes a common psychic substrate of a suprapersonal nature which is present in every one of us...
Normally the unconscious collaborates with the conscious without friction or disturbance, so that one is not even aware of its existence. But when an individual or a social group deviates too far from their instinctual foundations, they then experience the full impact of unconscious forces. The collaboration of the unconscious is intelligent and purposive, and even when its acts in opposition to consciousness its expression is still compensatory in an intelligent way, as if it were trying to restore the lost balance." (The Archetypes and The Collective Unconscious, C.G. Jung)
The "I Am That I Am" that transcends personality from lifetime to lifetime is the superconscious. It exists beyond the personality identity of the conscious and the genetically inborn collective unconscious. As Jung suggested, the superconscious is what the Hindu called the "higher" conscious. It communicates in synchronicity and intuition and is comprised of soul memory and past-life experiences.
The "I Am That I Am" of the superconscious is the soul that transcends lifetimes. Jung did not postulate the existence of a soul beyond a single lifetime as a scientific fact, although his identification of the collective unconscious is unparalleled. Much research has proven the existence of the soul beyond a single lifetime, notably Raymond Moody's research in Near Death Experiences and the success of Brian Weiss' research into past-life therapies. Head of the Department of Psychiatry at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach, Florida, Weiss' premier past-life therapy is chronicled in Many Lives Many Masters.
The supraconscious is the aspect of pure spirit that transcends all limits of identification from which existence on any level takes its form. The supraconscious is the undifferentiated godhead and the essential character of unconditional love and union.
The Seven Archangels
"And these are the names of the holy angels who watch.
1. Uriel, one of the holy angels, who is over the world and over Tartarus.
2. Raphael, one of the holy angels, who is over the spirits of men.
3. Raguel, one of the holy angels who takes vengeance on the world of the luminaries.
4. Michael, one of the holy angels, to wit, set over the best part of mankind and over chaos.
5. Saraqael, one of the holy angels, who is set over the spirits, who sin in the spirit.
6. Gabriel, one of the holy angels, who is over Paradise and the serpents and the Cherubim.
7. Remiel, one of the holy angels, whom ""God set over those who rise".
Each of the seven archangels commands an expertise that is universal to human experience. The universality of seven center of power qualifies these as archetypes. Symbols of wheels, flowers, glyphs, archangels, or temples place the archetypes in contexts that can be comprehended by the conscious rational mind. Intellectual and intuitive familiarity with the symbols and archetypes of the originating AND interpreting cultures are necessary to place intended meaning in proper context.
The psi link necessary to discern the flow of meaning from consciousness to consciousness, culture to culture, relies on integrity of archetypes and symbols and awareness. Language consists of words that represent states of existence in energy, time, and space. Since language directs perception in its net of meaning, the ability to focus awareness to do the work of survival is the measure of a language. Something so simple could not have escaped the attention of the galactic scientists in their design of a symbol language for use on Earth.
The two things that every human who would ever encounter the symbolic language had in common were the experience of being human on this planet. Since the Tower of Babel confusion, the differences of experience through language and culture have been too vast to place these easily within reach of shared language.
The Seven Commands of Naga Maya Creation
The archetypes of the Naga Maya rendition of a once-global language relate to the deepest levels of psi in human experience. Traces of the old language describe the means and processes of life energy wherever they are found. Their universal bedrock are the link between the cultural symbols displayed in crop circles: Sumerian, Hebraic, Hopi, Mayan, Chinese, and Celtic. The universality of the crop circle language offers the first language that can be shared by all people since the Tower of Babel. The silent power of the symbols suggest meaning to diverse points of view and offer a point of unity in their universal quality.
The Seven-Headed Intellect that commanded the primary forces in Churchward's account is faintly echoed in The Book of Enoch as the seven Archangels and their domains. The intent of seven intellects who command physical and spiritual forces is clear in Enoch, but the fragmented descriptions fail to add clarity and thus breed confusion.
Enoch is worth looking at for comparison to the seven intellects and powers of creation offered in the Naga Maya symbols.
The First Command: 'Let the gases, which are scattered throughout space and without form and order, be brought together and out of them let worlds be formed.' Then the gases were brought together in the form of whirling masses.
The Second Command: 'Let the gases solidify and let the Earth be formed.' Then the gases solidified. Volumes were left on the outside of the crust, from which the waters and the atmosphere were to be formed; and volumes were left enveloped within the crust. Darkness prevailed, and there was no sound for as yet neither the atmosphere nor the waters were formed.
The Third Command: 'Let the outside gases be separated and let them form the waters and the atmosphere.' And the gases were separated. One part went to form the waters, the remainder formed the atmosphere. The waters settled upon the face of the Earth so that no land appeared anywhere. The gases which did not form the waters, went to form the atmosphere. And the shafts of the Sun met the shafts of the Earth's light contained in the atmosphere, which gave birth to light. Then there was light upon the face of the Earth. And the shafts of the Sun met the shafts of the Earth's heat which was contained in her atmosphere and gave it life. Then there was heat to warm the face of the Earth.
The Fourth Command: 'Let the fires that are within the Earth raise land above the face of the waters.' Then the fires of the underneath lifted the land on which the waters rested until the land appeared above the face of the waters -- this was the dry land.
The Fifth Command: 'Let life come forth in the waters.' And the shafts of the Sun met the shafts of the Earth in the mud of the waters, and out of particles of mud formed cosmic eggs. From these eggs life came forth as commanded.
The Sixth Command: 'Let life come forth on the land.' And the shafts of the Sun met the shafts of the Earth in the dust of the land and out of particles of dust formed cosmic eggs. From these cosmic eggs life came forth as commanded.
The Seventh Command: And when this was done, the Seventh Intellect said: 'Let us make man after our own fashion and let us endow him with powers to rule this Earth.' Then the Seven-Headed Intellect, the Creator of All Things throughout the Universe, created man and placed within his body a living, imperishable spirit, and man became like the Creator in intellectual power.
Excerpt from http://www.timestar.org/angel.htm