Have you ever seen an angel?

How did you know it was an angel? Did it speak to you? What did it look like? Were you afraid?

12 Answers

  • Favorite Answer

    YEAH OF COURSE!!!!!!!!!!!


  • 1 decade ago

    it looks like light yes the angel spoke to me told me its not time to go to heaven no i wasnt afraid of the angel

    Source(s): when i got hit by a truck
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I knew she was an angel because she knew everything I liked

    (Cold Beer, a sexy woman, and complementry penuts)

    Yeah she was 5'9'' 120lbs.

    Huge Rack and nice rearend.

    Brown hair, and beautiful Blue Eyes.

    I was not affriad.

    She didn't talk to me, she was such a prude.

  • 1 decade ago


    No one can tell if an apparition is an angel or not.

    I would never consider talking to a demon or possible demon.

    A demon can take on many forms.........

    I would be very insecure unless with another two or three


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  • 1 decade ago

    I saw an angel this morning. She gently kissed me to wake me up. As soon as I saw here I was filled with joy.

  • Babs
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Not so far as I know, but messengers come in all shapes and sizes, not all of them human-looking, so it's certainly possible. Heck, I may be one for someone else and not be aware.

  • 1 decade ago


    READ THIS........

    An angel is a supernatural being found in many religions, whose duties are to assist and serve God. They typically act as messengers, as believed in the main three monotheistic religions


    The English word originated from Latin, angelus, which is itself derived from the ancient and modern Greek αγγελος, ángelos, meaning "messenger" (double gamma "γγ" is pronounced "ng" in Greek). The closest Hebrew word for angel is מלאך, mal'ach Hebrew word #4397 in Strong's, also meaning "messenger". "Angel" is also used in the English version of the Bible for the following three Hebrew words:

    אביר, abbir Hebrew word #47 in Strong's, Psalms 78:25 (lit. "mighty")

    אלהים, Elohim Hebrew word #430 in Strong's, Psalms 8:5

    the obscure שנאן, shin'an Hebrew word #8136 in Strong's, in Psalms 68:17


    Angelology is a branch of theology that deals with a hierarchical system of angels, messengers, celestial powers or emanations, and the study of these systems. It primarily relates to kaballistic Judaism and Christianity[1], where it is one of the ten major branches of theology, albeit a neglected one[2].

    Most scholars do not acknowledge that Judeo-Christianity owes a great debt to Zoroastrianism in regards to the introduction of angelology and demonology, as well as Satan (Ahriman) as the ultimate agent of evil. As the Iranian Avestan and Vedic traditions and also other branches of Indo-European mythologies show, the notion of demon had existed long before.

    It is not believed that Zoroastrianism had an influence on Jewish angelology[3], and therefore modern Christian angelology, due to the appearance of elements from Zoroastrianism in Judaism following Israel's extended contact with the Persian Empire while in exile in Babylon,[4] which have some to believe that Zoroastrianism borowed these beliefs from Judaism. Borrowed notions may include, the introduction of Satan as a supreme head over the powers of evil (present mainly in Christian and Islamic theology), in contrast to God[5]: comparing Satan to Angra Mainyu (also known as Ahriman) of Zoroastrian faith[6], who was the arch-enemy of Ahura Mazda, the supreme Universal God of mankind.[7]Angels, some also believe, may have first been depicted as God's helpers in Zoroastrianism, and their hierarchy is comparable to modern Angelology's hierarchy[8].

    This view is questioned though by those who point out that the Torah, the Book of Job, and other Jewish books depicting angels as messengers of God predate the time of Persian influence.

    In contrast to the first view, some critics believe that it was Judaism and Christianity that had an influence on Zoroastrianism. They purport that similarities, such as those between Zoroaster and Jesus, and the incorporation of other motifs, were created by priests in an attempt to exalt Zoroaster, and deter those of Zoroastrian faith from converting to other faiths

    Angels as a development step of the soul

    Some mystics believe, that a soul is growing in steps from minerals, plants and animals to men. When the human body dies, a soul could become an angel. The Persian Sufi mystic poet Jalal al-Din Muhammad Rumi wrote in his poem Masnavi:

    I died as inanimate matter and arose a plant,

    I died as a plant and rose again an animal.

    I died as an animal and arose a man.

    Why then should I fear to become less by dying?

    I shall die once again as a man

    To rise an angel perfect from head to foot!

    Again when I suffer dissolution as an angel,

    I shall become what passes the conception of man!

    Let me then become non-existent, for non-existence

    Sings to me in organ tones, 'To him shall we return.'

    (Translation from Wikisource, Masnavi I Ma'navi, Book III, Story XVII)’’

    The Christian mystic Emanuel Swedenborg has a similar imagination. In his late work Conjugal Love he describes, that a soul of a man and a soul of a woman are united by the marriage in Heaven to become an angel.


  • 1 decade ago

    Dont worry everyone will see angles at the time of their death.....

  • steve
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago


  • 1 decade ago

    No because they are not real.

  • 1 decade ago

    Yea! my girlfriend :)

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