By James R. Lewis, Evelyn Dorothy Oliver
Written through a famous authority on nontraditional non secular movements, this resource is some of the most entire books on angels and similar issues at the moment to be had. greater than three hundred entries are incorporated and drawn from a number of religions, corresponding to Christianity, Islam, and Hindu traditions, in addition to from pop culture. A number of angel subject matters are mentioned, including celebrity angels, classifications of angels, vague angels nonetheless expecting their titanic holiday, parent angels, fallen angels, Anaheim angels, biblical figures linked to angels, angels in artwork and architecture, and angels within the media and literature. Angels also are mentioned when it comes to the occult and metaphysics, with entries on UFOs, fairies, and witches.
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Fallen Angels . . and Spirits of the Dark. New York: Perigree, 1994. Sykes, Egerton. Who’s Who: Non-Classical Mythology. New York: Oxford University Press, 1993. Wigoder, Geoffrey. The Encyclopedia of Judaism. New York: Macmillan, 1989. A NGEL OF F IRE Angel of Fire is a term that has been used to describe many distinct angels. They include: Agni is the Vedic god of fire and mediator between gods and men. Ardarel is the angel of fire in occult lore. Arel is an angel invoked in ritual magic using a sun symbol.
New York: Ballantine, 1994. A NDERSON , J OAN W ESTER Author, lecturer, and teacher Joan Wester Anderson was born in Evanston, Illinois. She began her writing career in 1973 with a series of family humor articles for local newspapers and parenting magazines. Since that time her work, totaling ten books and more than one thousand articles and short stories, has been published nationally in magazines and newspapers such as Woman’s Day, Modern Bride, Virtue, Modern Maturity, Chicago Parent, and the New York Times.
Eerdman’s, 1973. Asimov, Issac. Asimov’s Guide to the Bible: The Old and New Testament. Reprint. New York: Avenel Books, 1969. Efird, James M. Revelation for Today: An Apocalyptic Approach. Nashville: Abingdon, 1989. Henry, Matthew. Commentary on the Whole Bible. : Zondervan, 1960. Angels A to Z 17 A NGEL H AIR Angel Hair Angel hair is a peculiar and rare phenomenon involving strands or clumps of a substance falling from the sky. This phenomenon is often, but not always, associated with UFOs. Angel hair is frequently likened to spiderwebs.
Angels A to Z by James R. Lewis, Evelyn Dorothy Oliver