Seraphims, angels of infinity (red)
In Jewish and Christian traditions, Seraphim is the highest angelic order, these angels are the inner circle of God. They carry the divine fire of love, which burns and purifies. The ancient word “saraf” has several meanings: “flaming”, “fiery”; “serpent”, “flying kite”, “lightning”; “flying dragon’ or “gryphon”.
Seraphims come from ancient times, from the Sumerian-Akkadian mythology, from the time when Ishtar had snakes in her hands, and Isis guarded the world in the form of a serpent.
Before that the serpent served as a symbol of eternal dichotomies: good and evil, wisdom and passion, preservation and destruction. Seraphims protect the world from the day it was created. In cosmic endlessness, between black holes and stardust, contained in the hourglass of eternity. May the Cosmic Angels of Infinity always be with you.