Angels: The Role of Celestial Guardians and Beings of Light
This excellent overview of angels draws not only from biblical and Christian sources but also from writers and mystics such Rudolf Steiner, Emanuel Swedenborg, Jakob Lorber, and Franz Kafka. Lavishly illustrated with color reporductions of artwork from ancient Egypt, the Middle and Far East, Christian iconograpry, and 19th century artists such as William Blake.
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