Powerful Archangel Gabriel Talisman
In Abrahamic religions, Gabriel (Hebrew: גַּבְרִיאֵל, Modern Gavri'el Tiberian Gaḇrîʼēl,
God is my strength; Arabic: جبريل, Jibrīl or جبرائيل Jibrāʾīl) is an archangel who typically
serves as a messenger sent from God to certain people.
In the Bible, Gabriel is mentioned in both the Old and New Testaments. In the Old
Testament, he appeared to the prophet Daniel, delivering explanations of Daniel's
visions (Daniel 8:15–26, 9:21–27). In the Gospel of Luke, Gabriel appeared to Zecharias,
and to the virgin Mary foretelling the births of John the Baptist and Jesus, respectively
(Luke 1:11–38). In the Book of Daniel, he is referred to as "the man Gabriel
" while in the
Gospel of Luke, Gabriel is referred to as "an angel of the Lord" (Luke 1:11). Gabriel is not
called an archangel in the Bible, but is so called in Intertestamental period sources like
the Book of Enoch. In the Roman Catholic, Anglican, Lutheran, Eastern and Oriental
Orthodox churches, the archangels Michael, Raphael, and Gabriel are also referred to
The trope of Gabriel blowing a trumpet blast to indicate the Lord's return to Earth is
especially familiar in Negro spirituals. However, though the Bible mentions a trumpet
blast preceding the resurrection of the dead, it never specifies Gabriel as the trumpeter.
Different passages say different things: the angels of the Son of Man (Matthew 24:31);
the voice of the Son of God (John 5:25-29); God's trumpet (I Thessalonians 4:16); seven
angels sounding a series of blasts (Revelation 8-11); or simply "a trumpet will sound"
(I Corinthians 15:52)
In related traditions, Gabriel is again not identified as the trumpeter. In Judaism,
trumpets are prominent, but they seem to be blown by God himself, or sometimes
Michael. In Zoroastrianism, there is no trumpeter at the last judgment. The Christian
Church Fathers do not mention Gabriel as the trumpeter; early English literature
similarly does not.
The earliest known identification of Gabriel as the trumpeter comes in the year
1455 in Byzantine art, as an illustration in an Armenian manuscript showing
Gabriel sounding his trumpet as the dead climb out of their graves. Two centuries
later comes the first known appearance of Gabriel as the trumpeter in English
culture, in John Milton's Paradise Lost (1667).
Here is a very Powerful Archangel Gabriel Talisman that you
can wear on your own necklace chain, or carry it in your
pocket or purse. Alternatively, you can hang it on the wall
of your home or office, or in your vehicle. It's a pretty, pewter
talisman, and it's imbued with some very strong magical
energy, to offer you protection and Good Luck! You will love it!
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