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What are the names of the angels?

Thanks to the Bible, we're familiar with the names Michael, Gabriel, Immanuel, Lucifer, and Satan for example. The Bible calls these beings angels of the Lord. The Urantia Book explains that these beings are not angels. Thier actual titles, according to Urantia Book teachings, are contained in the links under each of their names. The book begins with this statement:

IN THE MINDS of the mortals of Urantia—that being the name of your world—there exists great confusion respecting the meaning of such terms as God, divinity, and deity. Human beings are still more confused and uncertain about the relationships of the divine personalities designated by these numerous appellations. (0:0.1)

The Urantia Book also teaches that there are orders of angels that are not discussed because they're not directly related to human evolution.

Numerous orders of spirit beings function throughout the domains of the local universe that are unrevealed to mortals because they are in no manner connected with the evolutionary plan of Paradise ascension. In this paper the word "angel" is purposely limited to the designation of those seraphic and associated offspring of the Universe Mother Spirit who are so largely concerned with the operation of the plans of mortal survival. There serve in the local universe six other orders of related beings, the unrevealed angels, who are not in any specific manner connected with those universe activities pertaining to the Paradise ascent of evolutionary mortals. These six groups of angelic associates are never called seraphim, neither are they referred to as ministering spirits. These personalities are wholly occupied with the administrative and other affairs of Nebadon, engagements which are in no way related to man's progressive career of spiritual ascent and perfection attainment. (38:3.1)

Angels are free-will spiritual beings created to serve, to minister to mortals and to spirit beings that were one-time mortals. They do appear to have names; following are two references to named angels from The Urantia Book:

In the case of Adam and Eve, the angel of the Garden was none other than the chief of the planetary helpers then on duty. This seraphim, Solonia, proclaimed the miscarriage of the divine plan and requisitioned the return of the Melchizedek receivers to Urantia. (51:3.5)

To say that any one seraphim is inferior to an angel of any other group would hardly be true. Nevertheless every angel is at first service-limited to the group of original and inherent classification. My seraphic associate in the preparation of this statement, Manotia, is a supreme seraphim and onetime functioned only as a supreme seraphim. By application and devoted service she has, one by one, achieved all seven of the seraphic services, having functioned in well-nigh every avenue of activity open to a seraphim, and now holds the commission of associate chief of seraphim on Urantia. (39:0.9)

For even more information regarding angels, please visit our page "Angels in The Urantia Book ."

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Author: Staff