Shem Angel 60 Mitzrael is the Shem HaMemphorash whose name means ‘God Who Comforts the Oppressed’ or ‘The Rescuer God.’ The name sounds like Meh-Tzah-Reh. The corresponding Angelic Choir is Archangels (Hod), under the rulership of Archangel Raphael. The Planetary correspondences are Mercury and Mars. Mitzrael has masculine energy and is the Angel of Reparation. The corresponding gemstone is Tiger’s Eye. The Element is Earth and the main colours associated with this angel are violet or green.
Mitzrael is the Guardian Angel of those born 16 – 20 January.
He rules the time between 7:40-8 PM.
16 – 20 January is the final five days of the third decan (ten days) of Capricorn. The corresponding Tarot card is the 4 of Pentacles. Harahel rules the first five days of the third decan of Capricorn.
Mitzrael’s secondary rulership covers 8 March, 20 (from noon) – 21 May, 4 August, 17 October, and 27 December (6 PM-midnight).
At birth, we are each given 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.
Mitzrael and the 4 of Pentacles
The 4 of Pentacles is the Earth Element four and the number four also corresponds with the Element of Earth. Looking at the card, you get a sense of security. Mitzrael is definitely an angel to call on when we need to feel safe and secure. We can enter his fortress when we are under attack and criticised. And it doesn’t matter if the attack comes from the outside or inside our own mind.
Because like all angels, Mitzrael flows from the I AM presence within and reminds us of who we are eternally. And this is what truly keeps us safe, even from debilitating thoughts and damaging psychological programming.
But Mitzrael can also help us loosen our grip when we cling too tightly to what we think is our security. Clinging and grasping keep us from changing and evolving at the rate we are capable. So Mitzrael is an excellent ally to call on as soon as we realise that we fear change, especially if this means opening up and making ourselves more vulnerable.
The 4 of Pentacles is a card of boundaries. We all need sound boundaries but our boundaries can sometimes be too stringent and our hearts may need softening. Mitzrael can help both with fortifying weak boundaries and with taking down walls that keep love out of our life.
Fixing the Past
Call on Mitzrael often if the 4 of Pentacles is one of your Birth Cards. Mitzrael helps us learn from past mistakes so we don’t have to repeat them. But he also helps us fix the mistakes we made. He truly is the Angel of Reparation in that sense.
Some of us come into this lifetime to do karmic cleanup work for our entire bloodline. Mitzrael can help with that too.
Psalm to Invoke Mitzrael
Weaknesses that Mitzrael Can Transform
- Father/authority issues
- Poor mental health, schizophrenia
- Being overly critical, rebellious and vindictive
- Fear of change
- Lack of accountability and a refusal to fix past mistakes
- Chronic fatigue and migraines
- Refusal to help others (every man for himself attitude)
Use the Meh-Tzah-Reh Mantra to…
…develop a greater understanding of psychology and the mind-body connection. Chant Meh-Tzah-Reh any time you feel you need extra protection or clear an energy block that is causing migraines or a drain on your energy levels in general. He can strengthen your intuition about which medicine is helpful to take and which medicine may do more harm than good.
Mitzrael is also a wonderful angel to call on when you need support from others in practical ways. He can ensure that you stay open to make the connection when the right people come your way.
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.