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An angel, for some, could mean a personification of what we consider "good" or "holy" in terms of our belief systems. In the philosophy of the qabalah, angels are thought of as aspects or parts of God, each having a specific purpose or dominion. The names of nearly all Hebraic angels will contain the suffixes -el or -iah, which mean "of God."

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