Think back to the moment when you first learned about angels. These etheric energies who have your back, watch over you, protect you, and deliver messages from God. They are sent to you, surround you, and guide you. These angelic beings are found in numerous monotheistic religions such as Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and more. There were even mention of angels in ancient texts, like the Babylonians.


Philosophers and artists in the Middle Ages have paid homage to angels. People have talked for thousands of years about their enormous presence — pillars of light and pure power. All religions describe them similarly, and depending on what religion you follow, there are different types of angels.

There are the seraphim, those closest to God. Seraphim are considered the most powerful and no other being can look at their light. There are four of them, with four faces and six wings, and are described as fiery serpents. 

Then there are the cherubim. They are responsible for God’s knowledge and records. When you hear the word cherub, you may think of a chubby baby with wings, but in reality, the cherubim are described as sphinx-like beings.

There are also Archangels, like Michael, who are especially involved with humanity. They deliver messages, protect you, and carry out God’s word and deed.

Then there is your guardian angel, the being that is there for you with an abundance of healing, guidance, love, and protection. This being is here by your side for life, and when you tune in, you will receive all their great benefits.

The idea of angels has transformed over time, going from these illusive powerful beings to humans that walk the Earth and carry out the message of faith, hope, and love. They are especially present during the holiday season, seen around stores and on top of trees.

Channel the comforting energy of the angel with the Angel Charm Bangle supporting Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals’ mission to raise funds and awareness for local children’s hospitals.

Be a walking angel on Earth for those who need your protection, love, and support this holiday season, and never forget the divine presence that always surrounds you.

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Ani Ferlise
Written by Ani Ferlise
A wild woman living amongst the trees in Oregon, I can be found listening to classic rock, talking with my cat Patrick Swayze, and playing with crystals and herbs. I am the Creative Copywriter, creating content filled with how to enjoy the little things and the magic of every day life. I live my life by Bob Dylan’s quote: “All I can do is be me, whoever that is.”