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The Seven Angels Of The Planetary Week

FREE psychic reading at, Click Here NOW!!!If you are reading this, you are probably familiar with the idea that the angelic realm watches over us. Angels are divine beings who constantly protect, guide, and support humanity.

Each of us has a guardian angel assigned to us at birth, who remains by our side throughout our lives, providing constant protection and guidance.

While guardian angels have a more intimate and personal role in our lives, archangels oversee broader aspects of our existence and can provide specialized support, guidance, and assistance. For example, Michael offers protection, Raphael provides healing, and Gabriel helps us communicate.

It is often assumed that archangels are a purely Christian concept, when in fact they are deeply rooted in various religious, mystical, and cultural traditions. Our modern knowledge of the archangels can be traced back through a complex interplay of mythology, theology, and mysticism across many civilizations and time periods.

Early accounts of such powerful celestial beings can be found, for example, in the mythologies of Mesopotamia and Canaan. These cultures had divine messengers who can be seen as precursors to the concept of archangels. One of the clearest early influences on the development of archangelic figures can be found in Zoroastrianism. The Amesha Spentas, or “Holy Immortals,” are divine beings who serve Ahura Mazda, the Supreme God. These beings resemble later archangelic figures in their roles and attributes.

What is also not commonly known about the archangels is that each day of the week is traditionally associated with a specific angel. This tradition is rooted in a fascinating blend of ancient astronomy, mythology, and religious mysticism, including Kabbalistic teachings, Christian mysticism, and angelology. It is the result of associating the days of the week with the seven classical planets, which in turn are traditionally associated with seven archangels.

It comes down to whether you believe in seven miraculous escapes a week or one guardian angel ~Robert Brault

Origins Of The Seven-Day Week

The concept of a seven-day week can be traced back to the Babylonians, who were avid astronomers. They observed seven heavenly bodies that moved differently than the fixed stars: the Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, and Saturn. These seven bodies were considered deities and were given dominion over different days of the week.

The Greeks adopted the Babylonian seven-day week and associated each day with one of the seven “wandering stars” (planets) in the order of their perceived influence, using a geocentric model of the universe. This model placed the planets in spheres around the Earth in the following order from outermost to innermost: Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Sun, Venus, Mercury, Moon. The sequence of days follows a specific pattern based on the hours of the day, with each day ruled by a different planetary god.

The Romans adopted the seven-day week from the Greeks and Babylonians and incorporated it into their calendar. Each day was named after one of the seven planets: dies Solis (Sunday), dies Lunae (Monday), dies Martis (Tuesday), dies Mercurii (Wednesday), dies Jovis (Thursday), dies Veneris (Friday), and dies Saturni (Saturday).

Early Christians adopted the seven-day week and incorporated it into their religious beliefs. The days of the week were often dedicated to Christian saints and martyrs, but the names of the planets remained.

The Seven Planets And The Angels

In the Kabbalah, seven archangels are associated with the seven planets. These associations are reflected in various mystical texts and practices. The angels are seen as mediators of God’s will and influence in the material world, each governing specific aspects of life and the cosmos.

Christian mystics and scholars, such as those of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, also integrated angelology with astrological and planetary correspondences. They viewed the archangels as divine beings who influenced various aspects of the universe and human life, including the days of the week.

The linking of the days of the week to the seven classical planets and the seven archangels therefore represents a rich tapestry of astronomical, mystical, religious and cultural traditions. This system illustrates how ancient cultures and spiritual beliefs have interwoven to create a framework that we still find meaningful in our spiritual practices today.

In modern mysticism, these associations continue to be used for various spiritual purposes. For example, esoteric practitioners pray to or invoke specific archangels on certain days of the week to seek their guidance and assistance regarding the attributes of that day. In some liturgical traditions, specific prayers and rituals are performed on certain days of the week to honor the corresponding archangel and seek his blessings.

God not only sends special angels into our lives, but sometimes He even sends them back again if we forget to take notes the first time! ~ Eileen Elias Freeman

Sunday (Sun): Archangel Michael

Michael is associated with the Sun, representing leadership, protection, and strength. He is the leader of the archangels, protector against evil, and is often considered the most powerful and greatest of all of God’s angels. His name in Hebrew means “who is like God” or “who is equal to God”.

Michael is associated with leadership, courage, strength, and justice. He is often called upon for protection, guidance in making right decisions, and support in spiritual warfare.

I like to spend a few minutes in prayer and meditation with him on a Sunday, especially when I feel the need to be shielded from any form of negativity, or to boost my inner strength and confidence before a challenging new work week begins. Why not give it a try, it might just help you get your week off to a good start!

Archangel Michael, guardian of the sun, grant me your strength and protection today. Help me to lead with integrity and courage, shielding me from harm and guiding me toward the light. May your presence empower me to face all challenges with confidence. Amen.

Monday (Moon): Archangel Gabriel

God’s messenger, the Archangel Gabriel, joins us on a Monday. Gabriel is associated with the moon and symbolizes communication, purity and intuition. His name in Hebrew means “God is my strength” or “the power of God.

Gabriel is known as God’s messenger, often delivering important messages. In the Bible, he is the angel who visited the Virgin Mary to inform her of the birth of Jesus Christ. He is the bearer of good news.

Gabriel is associated with communication, purity and creativity. People seek his help for clarity in communication, inspiration, and guidance in starting new projects. Do you need clarity, confidence, and the ability to make wise decisions in your daily endeavors? Then say hello to Gabriel on a Monday.

Archangel Gabriel, Messenger of the Moon, bless me with your purity and clarity. Enhance my communication and intuition, guide me to speak truth and listen with understanding. May your light illuminate my path and bring peace to my heart. Amen.

Tuesday (Mars): Archangel Chamuel

Chamuel is associated with Mars, the planet of action, courage and conflict resolution. Chamuel means “the one who seeks God” or “the one who sees God.” It signifies Chamuel’s role in helping people find a deeper connection to the Divine. He is the angel of passion, warmth, peace, serenity, love and devotion.

Chamuel assists those seeking comfort, emotional healing and guidance in matters of the heart. He also helps us find inner peace, strengthen our relationships and discover our purpose in life.

Are you considering a career change or wanting more peace, passion and purpose in your life? If so, he can bring guidance, light and love into your life, so don’t forget to say hello to him on the third day of the week.

By the way, Chamuel can also be a great help in finding lost items – even the tiny ones you may have simply misplaced!

Archangel Chamuel, Champion of Mars, fill me with your courage and determination. Help me to take decisive action, help me to resolve conflicts with love and compassion. May your strength sustain me in all my endeavors. Amen.

Wednesday (Mercury): Archangel Raphael

Are you struggling emotionally, spiritually, or even physically? Then you will be happy to know that the fabulous Archangel Raphael is most present with us on Wednesdays. Raphael is associated with Mercury, the planet of communication, healing, and travel. In Hebrew, his name means “It is God who heals” or “God who heals.”

Raphael is not only the healer of the archangels, but he also assists us with our emotional well-being and travel, and is known to help those suffering from addiction. He is also said to help heal animals and Mother Earth or Gaia herself. In the middle of the week, invoke Raphael for health issues, safe travel, and general well-being.

Archangel Raphael, Healer of Mercury, grant me your healing and wisdom. Guide my travels and communications, restore my health, and fill my mind with clarity. May your touch bring peace and healing to all areas of my life. Amen.

Thursday (Jupiter): Archangel Uriel

The fourth day of the week is overseen by the Archangel Uriel, who is believed to bring divine knowledge and understanding to humanity. Associated with the planet Jupiter, which symbolizes wisdom, prosperity, and spiritual insight, Uriel is considered the angel of wisdom and enlightenment. In fact, Uriel was sent by God to prepare and warn Noah of the impending flood. Yes, as they say, knowledge is power!

In Hebrew, his name means “God is my light” or “Light of God” or “God is my flame.” Archangel Uriel is the one to call upon to find your inner light and wisdom and let it shine. He helps with intellectual pursuits, problem solving, and gaining insight. Call upon Uriel’s guidance on a Thursday when you need wisdom, deeper understanding, or solutions to difficult problems.

Archangel Uriel, Wisdom of Jupiter, illuminate my mind with your divine insight. Grant me prosperity and spiritual growth, guide my steps with your wisdom and light. May your presence enrich my life with knowledge and abundance. Amen.

Friday (Venus): Archangel Jophiel

Jophiel is associated with beauty, art, and wisdom, and is connected to the planet Venus, which represents beauty, creativity, and love. In Hebrew, Jophiel means “the beauty of God.” She is also known as Zophiel, meaning “God is my watchman,” or Zuriel, meaning “God is my rock,” among several other traditional names.

It is important to note that angels are traditionally seen as genderless because they are spiritual beings. This perspective is common to many religious and mystical traditions, including Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Despite being inherently genderless, the archangel Jophiel is often depicted with qualities and attributes that are culturally associated with feminine traits, such as beauty, creativity, and nurturing. This has led to the common depiction of Jophiel as being feminine or female in art and literature.

Are you plagued by negative thoughts, creative blocks, or periods of anxiety? If so, let this wondrous and beautiful being help you transform your unhealthy thoughts into more beautiful ones – that is what she is here for. She is often called upon for inspiration in creative endeavors and to help clear negative energies and thoughts and replace them with positivity and beauty. She helps us see the beauty and wisdom in life’s experiences and encourages a positive outlook. Yes, you too can have a beautiful mind with the help of beautiful Jophiel!

Archangel Jophiel, beauty of Venus, inspire me with your creativity and love. Help me to see the beauty in all things, fill my heart with joy and my mind with creative thoughts. May your grace bring love and harmony to my life. Amen.

Saturday (Saturn): Archangel Zadkiel

Zadkiel is associated with Saturn, the planet of discipline, structure, and mercy. His name in Hebrew means “righteousness of God” and he embodies the qualities of mercy, forgiveness, compassion and transformation.

Zadkiel helps us heal emotional wounds, cultivate forgiving hearts, and experience spiritual renewal. Whether called upon for guidance in personal growth or assistance with emotional healing, Zadkiel’s presence offers profound support and encouragement to live a life of compassion and mercy.

This benevolent angel can be especially helpful in the process of forgiveness and in dealing with painful memories. Zadkiel is also an expert in healing broken relationships and teaches us the art of showing mercy and compassion to others.

Archangel Zadkiel, Mercy of Saturn, embrace me with your compassion and mercy. Help me to release all resentments and forgive myself and others, guide me to a disciplined and structured life. May your goodness lead me to inner peace and transformation. Amen.

If you would like to connect with the angels in a reading, whichever ones you feel you need help from, please don’t hesitate to contact me. In the meantime, enjoy your week with the angels!

About The Author: Lucinda

Lucinda is a highly trained Intuitive and Empath, living in a beautiful village in North Yorkshire, England. She possesses the rare gift of understanding a client's personal pain and has been through many challenges, herself, which has only made her stronger! It is both her calling and her happiness to help those in need. And whenever she needs a little help herself, her Guides are always there to assist in her development and provide clear interpretations for her clients. Prediction has always been a great tool she could count on to accurately foretell events, but Lucinda also draws on her expertise with Dream Interpretation, Numerology, Angel Cards, Law of Attraction and Life Coaching to provide full and detailed solutions to any problem. A member of AMORC and Beyond Freedom Evolution, she provides inspiration, education and personal support for spiritual development. If you'd like answers or want to attract your desires, you can find Lucinda at

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