Shem Angel 14 Mebahel is the Guardian Angel whose name means ‘God the Protector and Saviour’ or ‘God the Preserver.’ The name sounds like Meh-Beh-Heh. Mebahel has masculine energy. He corresponds with the Element of Air. Mebahel is known as the Angel of Commitment and helps us become more altruistic. He gives us a love of the Law (cosmic rather than human) and keeps us on a path of righteousness, helping us to stay true to our word.
Scan the Hebrew letters below from right to left to connect with Mebahel’s energy.
Mebahel belongs to the Angelic Choir of Cherubim (Chokhmah), ruled by Raziel. The Planetary correspondences are Uranus and Venus. Mebahel restores hope, elevates the mind and frees the ones imprisoned by their lower thoughts. He brings righteousness and justice to any situation when we invoke him. Lapis lazuli is the corresponding crystal. The colours associated with Mebahel are violet and yellow.
Mebahel is the Guardian Angel of those born between 26 and 31 May. (Physical rulership)
He rules the time between 4:20 and 4:40 AM. (Intellectual rulership)
Mebahel rules the final days of the first decan of Gemini. The corresponding Tarot card is the 8 of Swords (Jupiter in Gemini). Iezalel is the ruler of the first quinance of the first decan of Gemini.
Secondary (emotional) rulership covers 22 January, 3 April, 17 June, 31 August and 12 November.
Your Three Guardian Angels
According to Kabbalistic lore, we are each given three Guardian Angels at birth. They rule our physical appearance/personality, our emotions and our intellect.
Use this calculator to find your three Birth Angels.
Calling on the Shem Angels
You do not need to limit yourself to calling on one of your three Guardian Angels. You can call on any of the 72 Shem Angels that best fit your needs or desires through prayer, scanning the Hebrew letters and/or mantra chanting.
Mebahel and the 8 of Swords
Mebahel corresponds with the 8 of Swords, which is associated with Jupiter in Gemini. He can help us overcome the challenges associated with this card.
The 8 of Swords represents feelings of entrapment, limitation, and being stuck in a mental prison. It often symbolises self-imposed restrictions and a lack of clarity in understanding our true potential. However, Mebahel’s energy can assist us in breaking free from these constraints and finding a path towards liberation and self-expression.
Mebahel aids in restoring hope and elevating the mind. He frees us from limiting thoughts and restores our sense of self-worth. By invoking Mebahel, we can tap into his influence to bring order and a sense of fairness to any situation. He can help us stay true to the promises we make to ourselves so that we avoid getting tangled up in a web of self-deceit.
To overcome the challenges associated with the 8 of Swords, we can call upon Mebahel to restore our faith and hope, guiding us towards a renewed sense of purpose and direction. With Mebahel’s assistance, we can gain clarity and find solutions for any challenges we face.
Furthermore, Mebahel supports us in severing ties with toxic and negative influences. He helps us resolve situations where we are being slandered. His energy encourages us to embrace truthfulness and love for this world and all living beings. This, in turn, reconnects us with the innate goodness of our soul. From that place of goodness, we are less likely to attract toxic people and situations.
Bible Verse to Invoke Mebahel
“The Lord is a stronghold for the oppressed, a stronghold in times of trouble.”
Situations that Mebahel Can Help With
- Commitment, keeping promises
- Feeling unloved
- Reconnection with the goodness inside you
- Protects against false accusations and slander
- Humanitarian pursuits
- Lack of confidence or self-worth
- Imprisonment (literal and mental)
- Restoration of peace and order
- Divine inspiration
- Love for this world and all living beings
- Restore faith and hope
- Wealth and all forms of abundance
- Severing ties with toxic and criminal people
Use the Meh-Beh-Heh Mantra to…
….help achieve success in any endeavour. Chanting this mantra provides clarity and prevents us from getting bogged down by potential challenges along the way.
Chanting Meh-Beh-Heh can also help restore hope when we find ourselves in seemingly hopeless situations.
Anyone trapped in a toxic relationship can chant this mantra to pluck up the courage to break free. It is also a great mantra to chant when facing legal challenges.
Chanting Meh-Beh-Heh is a great staple for anybody doing spirit work as it keeps spirits with evil intentions away.
You can chant Meh-Beh-Heh to get people to stop slandering you.
Finally, chanting Meh-Beh-Heh can open your heart to a greater love for the world around you, making you more inclined to help those in need.