What does the word Seraphs mean?

What does the word Seraphs mean?

A seraph is an angel — a heavenly, human-like creature with wings. In Christianity, a seraph is an angel of the first order, which is a very important angel. ... In paintings and sculpture, a seraph is often portrayed as a child with wings. Seraphic is a word meaning "angelic."

What are Seraphs in the Bible?

Seraph, plural seraphim, in Jewish, Christian, and Islamic literature, celestial being variously described as having two or three pairs of wings and serving as a throne guardian of God. ... In Christian angelology the seraphim are the highest-ranking celestial beings in the hierarchy of angels.

What are Cherubs and Seraphs?

In Medieval theology, following the writings of Pseudo-Dionysius, the cherubim are the second highest rank in the angelic hierarchy, following the seraphim. Cherubim are regarded in traditional Christian angelology as angels of the second highest order of the ninefold celestial hierarchy.

What does Aurora symbolize?

'Aurora borealis', the lights of the northern hemisphere, means 'dawn of the north'. 'Aurora australis' means 'dawn of the south'. In Roman myths, Aurora was the goddess of the dawn. \par Many cultural groups have legends about the lights.

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Hebe (mythology)
Goddess of eternal youth, prime of life, forgiveness Cupbearer to the gods
Hebe by Antonio Canova, 1800–05 (Hermitage, St. Petersburg)
AbodeMount Olympus
SymbolWine-cup, Eagle, Ivy, Fountain of Youth, and Wings

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