Hierarchy of angels

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== Judaic Hierarchy ==
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  1. [[Chayot]] Ha Kodesh
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  2. [[Ophanim]]
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  3. [[Erelim]]
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  4. [[Hashmallim]]
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  5. [[Seraphim]]
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  6. [[Malakhim]]
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  7. [[Elohim]]
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  8. [[Bene Elohim]]
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  9. [[Cherubim]]
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  10. [[Ishim]]
  
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  1. [[Hayyoth]]
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  2. [[Ophanim]]
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  3. [[Erelim]]
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  4. [[Hasmalim]]
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  5. [[Elohim]]
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  6. [[Bene Elohim]]
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  7. [[Cherubim]]
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  8. [[Issim]]
  
 
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Revision as of 06:41, 7 April 2011


Christian Hierarchy

There have been several suggested, some separated into three separate heirarchies, called choirs:

  • St. Thomas Aquinas in Summa Theologica (1225–1274):
   1. Seraphim, Cherubim, and Thrones;
   2. Dominations, Virtues, and Powers;
   3. Principalities, Archangels, and Angels.


Judaic Hierarchy

I have found two separate, and I'll add them both.

 1. Chayot Ha Kodesh
 2. Ophanim
 3. Erelim
 4. Hashmallim
 5. Seraphim
 6. Malakhim
 7. Elohim
 8. Bene Elohim
 9. Cherubim
 10. Ishim
 1. Hayyoth
 2. Ophanim
 3. Erelim
 4. Hasmalim
 5. Elohim
 6. Bene Elohim
 7. Cherubim
 8. Issim
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