An Archangel according to Oxford American dictionary an angel of high rank: in traditional Christian angelology, a being of the eighth order of the ninefold celestial hierarchy. The origin of the word is Middle English, from Anglo-Norman French archangele, via ecclesiastical Latin from ecclesiastical Greek arkhangelos, from arki-'chief' + angelos 'messenger, angel.' People who have encountered archangels, including those who have summoned them and prophets in the Bible, have said before that archangels are Prince's among angels. To add an article to this category, add [[Category:Archangels]] to the page.

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[1] Oxford American Dictionary Online

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