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Welcome to Malakim.com.
This site is dedicated to information about the Malakim (also called angels), from a historical, mythological, and metaphysical
point of view. Website in operation since June 21, 2000, midnight EST.
Malakim are entities that exist on a plane above the physical. To
risk oversimplification, a malak (singular) is the Judaic or Semitic version
of an angel. In that respect, they serve as messengers or perceivable
aspects of a singular deity, as well as teachers of humankind. When the Christian
Bible mentions "angels," it means Malakim.
Malakim, however, are not isolated to Christian and Judaic belief. Nearly
every culture on Earth makes some reference to shining beings that serve as
teachers or messengers from above. Similarly, every culture makes
reference to harmful entities, sometimes called "demons."
It is to these groups, outside of any specific religion, that this website refers.
The Hebrew word, malak, is used for clarification and convenience.
Do Malakim really exist? The answer depends on one's
personal beliefs and culture. Mythology, popular culture, and
ancient lore make multitudinous references to beings that match the description.
This website is dedicated to conveying information regarding
the Malakim and their Fallen and Neutral Brothers. It draws knowledge from ancient and modern texts,
mythologies, religions, and personal experience. Without breaking the
Law, hopefully, this knowledge is yielded unto you. Enjoy!
This site concerns actual Malakim and their history
/ mythology - it does not involve role-playing games.
Some Malakim Tribes: Malakim, Seraphim, Kerubim
(Cherubim), Beni Elohim.
Some Malakim Names: Mikal (Michael), Rafael (Raphael),
Urial (Auriel), Gabriel, Sandalfon, Haniel (Aniel, Anael), Khamael (Camuel,
Chamuel), Tzadkiel (Tsadkiel), Tzaphkiel (Tzafkiel, Tsaphkiel), Ratziel
Systems that Incorporate Malakim (in one form or another):
Jewish and Hebrew Belief, Catholism, Islam, Chaldean, Ceremonial Magick including
Enochian and Solomonic/ Solometric.