Angels: Masters of Self-Control

Claude Monet

Image credit: Claude Monet

When angels appear in human form, there is something very familiar yet at the same time other about them. Although holographic projections, thought-conscious projections, are like us in almost every way, the keyword in this case is ‘almost.’

It could be that their hair has a slightly ‘artificial’ quality. It could be that their conversation is extraordinarily rich in detail. Or, it could be that the conversation seems to flow a little bit too smoothly, with perfect recall as to past conversations. Something that is humanly impossible.

Whatever the case, it is a perfection in their ability to control every single aspect of their appearance or, manifest presence that distinguishes human angels from people.

Every word matters

Every word spoken by angels in disguise counts. Every gesture is significant. Angels, who play roles, literally embody, and therefore express, the fourth dimension. They are sacred bearers of higher energies that appear, as epiphanies, in our three-dimensional world.

Pay attention

When you’re in the midst of a manifestation, pay attention to the details. Don’t drop your guard because you’re in the presence of an eternal being—or, more precisely, in the presence of a particular form that they are consciously projecting—and what you say will be remembered forever and what you think is transparent to angels.

Observe without being obvious

It’s okay to look; but never forget that angels have feelings.

The details

Angels are masters at conversing.

Angels are masters at displaying appropriate ‘human’ gestures.

Angels are in complete control of their bodies.

Angels can simulate sweating.

Angels can simulate a rise in blood pressure.

Angels can simulate blushing.

Angels can simulate bruises, warts and other human, physical characteristics.

There is nothing about our human condition that angels cannot replicate, and replicate perfectly given that this replication is coming straight from the fourth dimension.

Masters at manifesting

Angels are masters at manifesting. They control when, how and whether they appear. It’s entirely up to them, not us.

Relish the moment

When I see angels in disguise, I relish the moment fully knowing and deeply appreciating the degree to which I am blessed by God.

God bless and may you see angels,

Alvin Avery

 

The Valley of Angels

Kostenets

A map that shows Kostenets and how to get there

Am doing some traveling in Bulgaria now. The featured image of this blog post is a map to help you see exactly where I am. (Close to the black arrow.) I like maps because they are precise.

Remember, Kostenets is the name of the town where I saw angels for the first time. The town is named Kostenets from the Bulgarian word ‘kost’ which means bone. Past polemics resulted in the discovery of a plethora of bones here, remnants of fierce battles of the past. It is indeed ironic that it is in this ‘town of bones’ that God chose to send a tremendous amount of angels. There’s a nearby valley which I personally refer to as the Valley of Angels.

Although Bulgaria is currently known for its Valley of Roses, one day, it will be known for its Valley of Angels.

Today, I went to Grand. The Cafe Grand. It’s been a while since I’ve been there. They’ve done some renovations and it was quite pleasant. Even more pleasant was when I saw Everlast walk up the cafe’s ramp. I describe this human angel in my book, Inside the Secret World of Angels. Today, he wore a blue T-shirt, long, blue shorts, sandals and black sunglasses. It was funny seeing him again because he let his hair grow. It’s now shoulder length and curly!

At 1:03 p.m., I saw Tania, Nikolai’s wife. She came over and talked to me and Mom. She wore an off-white pant suit and semi-transparent, beige glasses with photochromic lenses. The sun was shining which means that I only partially saw her eyes. She was on her lunch break. I also describe her in my book.

Whether you believe me or not is up to you. The truth about the matter is that I thoroughly document what I see and that my books and e-books literally represent thousands of pages and tens of thousands of words with excruciating detail about how angels look, manifest or, appear and integrate into our human society.

Oh, I almost forgot to mention that I saw Tse Tse’s girlfriend, too. Not at Grand, though. Somewhere else that I’ll keep secret. She put on some weight since the last time I saw her and now has an elaborate tattoo that runs up and down her right arm. We joked around about the Motel in Dolna Banya (a small town not far from Kostenet on the map, too, south of the black arrow); namely that the pool is due for a cleaning. She mentioned that the gazebo will open in a few days.

God bless and may you see angels,

Alvin Avery

 

 

 

They Walk Among Us

Whenever I see angels in human form, angels in disguise, I invariably feel moved. This is because, before my very eyes are sacred creatures who have chosen to walk among people. They have chosen to partake in our difficulties, pains and griefs.

God is good. There can be no doubt about it. This is because he sends angels, his representatives, to help us. Without their supernatural assistance, we would be unable to make it, especially now in this time of global transition when energies, high and low, are sorting themselves out and grouping accordingly.

People who say that God is dead or that he does not intervene in human affairs are ignorant regarding the high degree to which intervention happens. This intervention, I claim, is happening before our very eyes. I spend much time documenting such intervention in my books giving details about time, place and other specifics.

God craves a relationship with his creation, us. God, therefore, intervenes relationally by allowing a sacred component or, contingent from his realm, heaven, to be with us on earth as we live our lives in these troubled and exciting times!

Divine Intervention

God bless and may you see angels,

Alvin Avery

 

 

An Angel between Heaven and Earth

Angel above the threshingfloor

King David’s heart was close to God.

Nevertheless, one day he decides to number the inhabitants of Israel and Judah, something that displeased God. (2 Samuel 24:1, KJV).

David repents, but God, through David’s seer, Gad, gives him the choice of three punishments to choose from: seven years of famine; running from a pursuing enemy for three months; or three days of pestilence. (2 Samuel 24:13, KJV). David decides to put himself in God’s hands rather than men’s and the three days of pestilence begin. (2 Samuel 21:14-15, KJV)

After 70,000 people die of the plague, God says to the destroying angel ready to strike Jerusalem, “Stop. It is enough. Hold off.” (2 Samuel 24:16, KJV, my interpretation)

In a parallel rendition of the story (1 Chronicles 21:15, KJV, ff), David lifts up his eyes and sees the destroying angel suspended between earth and heaven with a drawn sword in his hand ominously stretched out over Jerusalem. (v. 16) He and the elders of Israel are afraid and fall down on their faces. (Ibid.) Ornan (a.k.a. Araunah), owner of the threshingplace near which the angel hovers, and his four sons also see the angel, are afraid, and hide. (v. 20)

David implores the angel to punish him and not the innocent people. (2 Samuel 24:17,KJV)

Then, Gad the seer comes to David and instructs him to erect an altar dedicated to God at the threshingplace (click here for the special significance of threshingplace) in order to stop the plague. (v. 18) He does so and the plague is stopped. (1 Chronicles 21:26-27)

In spite of what must have been an awesome and frightening sight—an angel in the sky with a drawn sword in his hand, ready to continue striking—David addresses the angel. David says to the angel, “Look, it was my fault. Please don’t kill innocent people because of my poor choice.” David doesn’t know at this point in the narrative that God had already changed his mind and decided to stop the plague. (1 Chronicles 21:15, KJV)

Even so, action is still required. David talks to the angel and gets information through his seer, Gad, about what to do. In this case, build an altar on the threshingfloor and sacrifice to God. (1 Chronicles 21: 26, KJV) God accepts the sacrifice and tells the angel to put his sword in its sheath. (1 Chronicles 21:26-27, KJV)

The plague is conclusively stopped.

Angels and Shepherds

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After Jesus was born in Bethlehem in a manger, the angel of the Lord appeared to shepherds in the countryside. The Bible says, “the glory of the Lord shone round about them : and they were” very scared. Luke 2:8-9 (KJV)

Today, on Christmas day, I reflect upon why the angel of the Lord, accompanied by a “multitude of the heavenly host” Luke 2:13 (KJV) chose to announce the birth of Christ to shepherds. Why shepherds?

The gospel of Luke explains that the shepherds were watching over their flock at night. (Ibid.) Keeping watch implies that they had their eyes wide open, keeping an eye out for predators like wolves. The flock was their livelihood, akin to money in the bank.

I met a shepherd and can assure you that he wasn’t passive. This man, who often had to go after lost sheep, help them give birth and slaughter lambs (in the most humane fashion I’ve ever seen) at Easter time, was agile and very sharp. Not educated, but sharp. There was something about the life of a shepherd that made him healthier, stronger, more agile and more down to earth.

The shepherd I knew was very familiar with the area where he kept his sheep. He could leap down the mountain like a goat, moving faster than a person driving down its asphalt road!

And so, the first people who received the message that Jesus was born were humble shepherds. They were privileged, I believe, to receive a vision of angels who shone with the glory of God.

“A savior is born to you today in David’s city, Bethlehem.

You’ll find the baby wrapped in soft, precious cloth lying in a manger.” Luke 2:12 (KJV), my interpretation

God bless and may you see angels,

Alvin Avery

Remembering: Military Satellites and Draco’s Death

I went to the Motel in Dolna Banya today because, visiting Bulgaria, I wanted to remember the place where I had seen some of the best angelic manifestations ever.

As I stood beneath the gazebo, looking at the pool’s steam rise up—the main section of the pool’s temperature indicator read 28º Celsius, the Jacuzzi 32º Celsius and the Baby pool 38º Celsius—I remembered the manifestation I wrote about in The Truth about Angels, Part I called “Military Satellites and Draco’s Death.”

D.B. pool in winter

 

The pool at the Motel in Dolna Banya, Bulgaria in winter.

Source: http://www.hotel-dolnabania.com/en/spa

I remembered this particular manifestation because it stood in sharp contrast with today’s nearly empty pool—there were only two people swimming in the Jacuzzi—and said manifestation in which the pool nearly swarmed with angels in disguise.

I sighed thinking about my effort to describe what I’d seen in painstaking detail and said to Mother who stood next to me, “You know, I wrote a lot about this pool.”

“Yes, I know” she replied.

“I saw at least fifteen angels here once!”

Today, however, there were no angels, only a clean, blue pool with steam gently ascending into a chilly and humid, dull, gray November sky.

What did this mean?

Interestingly enough, on our way from Toronto to Sofia, as we stepped into Gate 48 of Amsterdam’s International Airport, Schipholangels started manifesting. There were angels in disguise on the Bulgaria Air flight I took from Amsterdam to Sofia! And it didn’t stop there.

When I had my first swim at the pool after arriving in mid October, I swam with two angels in disguise, a man and a woman. It had been an amazingly warm day with a clear blue, cloudless sky.

The young couple had stood next to the banana tree (planted next to the pool’s shower which had been dismantled for the winter season) and looked at me kindly as they touched the tree’s particular, green leaves affectionately.

A mystery

When angels choose to manifest and how is a mystery.

There are so many factors involved in angelic appearances, factors we are barely able to understand given our three-dimensional nature, that determine if, how and when a manifestation happens.

Gratitude

Today, as I stood (after having eaten a wonderful lunch inside the Motel’s restaurant) in front of the nearly empty pool, I understood one thing: angels appear on their own terms and we must be grateful even when we don’t see them in physical form!

God bless and may you see angels,

Alvin Avery

 

 

The 7 Characteristics of Angels

What follows are the seven characteristics of angels:

 

#1 Authenticity

Angels are authentic creatures. Regardless, therefore, how they choose to appear, this trait will stand out.

#2 Otherworldliness

Let’s face it, angels are not of this world. There will always be an otherworldly quality about angels in manifest form.

#3 Knowledge about us that is normally inaccessible

Angels, who come from the fourth dimension, have access to information that we do not. This doesn’t mean that they misuse information; it just means that they can access it.

#4 Purpose

Angels are purposeful in everything they do. Remember, angels perform missions that God assigns them.

#5 Humility

Angels are humble putting service above self.

#6  Recognition of God

Angels remember, praise and worship God, their Maker.

#7  Compassion

Angels are compassionate. They care about people and our trials.

 

Angels carry woman

Bouguereau, “A Soul Brought to Heaven”

An Autograph, a Pen, and the Smiling Angel of Death

A friend of mine recently asked me to autograph one of my books for her.

Autographing my book felt good

It felt really good for two reasons: one, as I held the book in my hands—it happened to be Zion, the Holy City of God—I felt, for the first time perhaps, that I was an author; and two, the pen she handed me worked very well. I’ve always struggled with finding really good pens which, in part, is what made autographing the book so pleasurable.

I don’t blog on a schedule

Someone on LinkedIn said that when we blog, we should blog Evergreen stuff. It wasn’t all that clear what he meant by that—something to do with perennial content like notes from your author scrapbook that include snippets from the research you did prior to writing your book. He also suggested blogging on a schedule (e.g., twice a week). Well, first of all, I don’t have a scrapbook. I do, however, have notebooks with handwritten text and original drawings. Second, I don’t blog on a schedule; I blog when inspired.

My notebooks

In the beginning, I deluded myself into thinking that my notebooks were really important and that I should keep them in a secure place. I thought that, in the future, they would be very valuable once I became a famous author. Later, however, I realized, ‘It’s not time.’

Just for fun, I decided to scan a page from an upcoming book. It isn’t TGS (the book that follows Communications from the Anunnaki I). It’s a book which is well on its way but that, due to other tasks, I haven’t been able to dedicate enough time to. So, in many ways, this blog post offers a sneak preview into a forthcoming book whose title starts with the letter ‘A.’

Here it is:

Smiling Death Angel

As you can see, I’m not the world’s best illustrator. And my penmanship leaves much to be desired. I do try, however, to capture whatever it is I happen to be looking at.

The chapter from which this illustration comes will be entitled ‘The Smiling Angel of Death.’

I was in Kostenets, Bulgaria at Grand when I experienced this particular manifestation. What you see depicted is my black and white reproduction of a colorful design I saw on a little angel boy’s black T-shirt.

As hard as this may sound, I interpreted his print as a festive interpretation of death.

I hope you found this blog post interesting.

God bless and may you see angels.

Alvin Avery

The Fidelity of Angels

Jacob’s Ladder

In Genesis, Jacob dreams of a ladder.

“And he dreamed, and behold a ladder set up on the earth, and the top of it reached to heaven: and behold the angels of God ascending and descending on it.” (Genesis 28:11-13, KJV)

God imparted this dream to Jacob in order to show him how angels continuously move from heaven to earth. The ladder is a metaphor for the path that angels continuously travel on to get from “there” to “here.”

Since travel happens interdimensionally, though, it is incorrect to think of movement over distance. Yet, as mortals who live in the third dimension, it is almost impossible for us not to do so. That’s because we need reference points.

The fidelity of angels

Angels are faithful because God is faithful. Since angels work for God, they faithfully perform the missions he assigns them. They faithfully go “back” and “forth” bridging the gap between corporeality and immortality.

Angels and mortals

Guardian angels have wards. They spend much time, therefore, thinking about their wards and figuring out ways to help them. I know this to be true because that’s exactly what my guardian angel does for me 24/7. I write about this extensively in my angel books.

The hairs on your head

God knows everything. He is omniscient. That’s why Saint Luke said,

“But even the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not therefore: ye are of more value than many sparrows.” (Luke 12:6-8, KJV)

God assigns angels to us because we are important to him. We are precious and valuable. We matter to him highly.

Every breath we take

Because the fourth dimension—where angels live—never “sleeps,” our guardian angel is ever aware of what we’re doing. Every breath we take is felt by them. This is how close angels are to people and how much God loves us. There is an age-old relationship between people and angels.

Conscious awareness

If you believe that you have a guardian angel watching over you and that this angel is faithful to you from the moment of your birth to the time you pass away, then you’ll understand the depth of God’s love for you.

If you understand this concept, it will affect your behavior.

I’ve heard faithful people say that they no longer do things that will upset their guardian angel. This is because they are now able to consciously feel and appreciate their guardian angel’s presence, love and fidelity, and understand the responsibility involved in being a ward.

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

God bless and may you see angels.

Alvin Avery

Jacob's Ladder

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Faith is the Key

If you want to see and recognize angels, you’ve got to have faith. Faith is the number one prerequisite for seeing angels. It’s the key that unlocks the door to consciously witnessing angelic manifestations. The Bible talks about faith being ” … the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. … ” (Hebrews 11:1, KJV)

There are numerous, biblical examples that pertain to angels appearing on earth (for a detailed account, see my book, Lessons from my Guardian Angel). One of my favorite examples is when Father Abraham entertains angels in disguise. (Genesis 18:1)  He didn’t know that angels would come calling, but he never stopped moving once they arrived. He served them nonstop, giving them the best he had, even though they were strangers disguised as Arabs, people he’d presumably never seen before in his life. Legend has it that these three “men” were none other than the Archangels Michael, Gabriel and Raphael.

Incognito

When angels come calling, they come in disguise or, incognito. That’s because angels, 100% made of light, appear so bright in their true form that it would overwhelm—possibly kill—us if we were to see them in their true form. That’s why they appear disguised. Angels can do this because they live in the fourth dimension, one step up from our third dimension world. In the fourth dimension, things like war, hate, crime, lies, and disease do not exist. In the fourth dimension, communication happens on a higher level than on earth. Angels communicate telepathically and speech is only used for creative functions like singing. In order to understand the fourth dimension, we need to perform a radical shift in our thinking.

God’s love

They say that there are millions of angels who worship God on the Mount of the Congregation, positioned in front of his temple in heaven. Angels, however, are not static beings who hang out on clouds twiddling their thumbs. Angels are active beings who move back and forth between higher dimensional space and our third dimension world. As God’s representatives, they have wards and perform missions that God assigns them. Haven’t you heard the testimonials, too numerous to count, where people claim that an angel or angels in disguise rescued them from certain tragedy?

Mysterious creatures

Billy Graham calls angels “God’s secret agents.” I believe that he coined this term because of the mysterious aspect connected with the way angels appear on earth. They must appear disguised in order to be able to complete their heavenly assignments. As we go through our daily lives, we need to be ever ready for the unexpected, the unexpected being the way in which God moves in our lives. It rarely happens the way we think or believe. It’s most often original, amazing and breathtaking.

God bless and may you see angels,

Alvin Avery

Faith

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