Angel of Death
Posted 09 July 2003 - 12:29 AM
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Posted 04 August 2004 - 11:55 AM
Abortion advocates and America's largest Death Camp operator, Planned Parenthood, have elevated the dehumanization of holocaust victims to an art form with their 'pro-choice' rhetoric. But those who side with the pro-choice crowd may be shocked by the racial slurs and elitist ideals of Planned Parenthood's celebrated founder, Margaret Sanger. As you'll see, her words and goals bear an eerie similarity to the words and ideas of the Nazis. Let's begin by looking at the famous Nazi Death Camp doctor who graduated from killing Jews to killing babies.
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Posted 04 August 2004 - 04:38 PM
The main Angel of Death is Azrael. Although I've heard of Gabriel filling in that role in a pinch. Both of Them are ArchAngels.
i've always thought of the angel of death as kind of the grim reaper, but not as bad. like someone that comes to the dying and takes the soul away. i also have always thought of the angel of death as azrael, thanks to dogma. i love that movie.
Posted 05 August 2004 - 10:56 AM
The phrase 'the Wings of Azrael' refers to the approach of death; the signs of death coming on the dying. The story goes that Moses petitioned Allah to send a being to relieve people of their lives, having had a virgin who had lived for over 500 years resurrected, and hearing her complaining of the world weariness she had experienced. Allah then sent Azrael to take people's lives after sixty or seventy years.
In Judeo-Christian belief, the archangel of Annunciation, Resurrection, Mercy, Revelation and Death. Also known in Hebrew orthography as Gabri-el. The angel who gave the Annunciation of Christ's birth to the Virgin Mary, and also the angel responsible for blowing the Trump on Judgment Day.
In Islamic belief, the angel who dictated the Q'uran to Muhammad, and the angel of Truth.
Some theological thought holds that Gabriel is (as much as angels can be) female, the only one among a male or androgynous Host. The name is derived from the Sumerian root GBR, governor.
The Angel of Death in Falasha lore. It is said that Moses received all his knowledge from Suriel. This "angel" is also mentioned in The Canonical Prayerbook of the Mandaeans as "Sauriel the Releaser".
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