Shem Angel 5 Mahasiah is the Shem HaMemphorash whose name means ‘God the Saviour’ or ‘Saviour God.’ The name sounds like Meh-HEH-She. Mahasiah brings us peace and harmony. He is the angel who helps us correct thoughts that are out of alignment before they materialise. Of the seven deadly sins, he rules over pride.
Scan the Hebrew letters below from right to left to connect with Mahasiah.
Mahasiah belongs to the Angelic Choir of Seraphim (Keter), ruled by Metatron. The Planetary correspondences are Neptune and the Sun. Mahasiah has feminine energy and is the Angel of Rectification. The corresponding gemstone is Jade. She represents the Element of Fire and the primary colours associated with this angel are indigo and turquoise.
Those born under Mahasiah’s guardianship can rely on him for success in their professional lives. Additionally, he helps them avoid accidents.
Mahasiah is the Guardian Angel of those born 10 – 14 April.
Mahasiah rules the time between 1:20 and 1:40 AM.
The five days between 10-14 April equates to the first five days of the third decan of Aries. The corresponding Tarot card is the 4 of Wands (Venus in Aries). Lelahel is the ruler of the final five days of the third decan of Aries.
Mahasiah’s secondary rulership covers 13 January, 25 March, 7 June, 22 August and 3 November.
Our Three Guardian Angels
Each of us comes into the world with three Guardian Angels. The following explains the roles of your three Shem Angels: Primary rulership determines the physical and external material aspects of the person born within that date range. Secondary rulership determines the emotional characteristics and challenges a person may face. Finally, the time of day determines the person’s intellectual capability.
Use this calculator to find your three Birth Angels.
Mahasiah and the 4 of Wands
The angel Mahasiah corresponds with the 4 of Wands in the Tarot, a card that represents the culmination of inspired energies and focused effort. The 4 of Wands is associated with Venus in Aries, blending the harmonising and feminine energy of Venus with the fiery and assertive nature of Aries. Together, they create a powerful combination of success, celebration, harmony, and joyous occasions.
Reasons to Celebrate
When this card appears in a reading, it can signify the fruitful completion of a project or the attainment of an important milestone in life. It marks a time of harmony, stability, and celebration. The four wands depicted in the card form a decorative arch, creating a sense of strength and support. This celebratory atmosphere is further emphasised by the garlands and flowers adorning the wands, indicating a joyous occasion or a happy gathering of people.
Similarly, Mahasiah, whose name means God the Saviour, brings forth a divine energy of joy and harmony. He assists us in organising our efforts so that we can achieve success. Whenever we take a step that is out of alignment, Mahasiah corrects our thoughts to bring us back to the undiluted joy of the Divine. This ensures that our intentions remain pure. He keeps us on a balanced and harmonious trajectory, leading to success and occasions for celebration.
Mahasiah can also help us make sense of signs and synchronicities in the world around us. This enables us to make the most of the opportunities that arise. In turn, this leads to more reasons for celebration.
Element of Fire
Mahasiah is closely connected to the element of fire, which is also symbolised by the Wands suit in the Tarot. Fire represents transformation, inspiration, and the creative spark within us. Through Mahasiah’s divine guidance, we can harness the power of fire to bring about positive change, align our thoughts with our true desires, and manifest our goals with clarity and passion.
Both Mahasiah and the 4 of Wands emphasise the importance of maintaining balance, order, and harmony in our lives. They remind us to take a moment to celebrate our achievements, big or small, and to find joy in the completion of our goals. By infusing our actions with a sense of gratitude and celebration, we can attract more positive energy and abundance into our lives.
The combined energy of Mahasiah and the 4 of Wands encourages us to connect with our inner blessings, embrace the beauty around us, and create a harmonious and successful life that aligns with our true purpose.
Psalm to Invoke Mahasiah
“I sought the Lord, and he answered me, and delivered me from all my fears.“
Situations/Issues that Mahasiah Can Transform
- Evil thoughts
- Craving revenge
- Spiritual bypassing and escapism
- Misuse of sexual energy
- Lack of forgiveness
- Poor health
- Difficulty learning (especially languages)
Use the Meh-HEH-She Mantra to…
…invoke protection when you travel or have landed yourself in a perilous situation. Mahasiah will keep you safe. The Meh-HEH-She mantra can also help you recover from an attack.
Chant the sacred name Meh-HEH-She when you get angry with someone, wish for revenge or find it difficult to forgive them.
This mantra brings order into your life in times of chaos. It is also an excellent mantra to chant when you need to study for an exam or begin the process of initiation in a mystery school.
Meh-HEH-She restores peace and harmony and aligns your mind with your higher heart.
This is the mantra to chant for a beautiful, harmonious, orderly, successful and happy life.
If you want to learn more about how to work with the Hebrew letters of the 72 Angels of the Name, I recommend The 72 Sigils of Power: Magic, Insight, Wisdom and Change by Zanna Blaise.