Shem Angel 66 Manakel is the Shem HaMemphorash whose name means ‘The Strength of God’ or ‘God Who Supports and Upholds All Things.’ The name sounds like Meh-Noh-Keh. The corresponding Angelic Choir is Angels (Yesod), under the rulership of Archangel Gabriel. The Planetary correspondences are the Moon and Saturn. Manakel has masculine energy and is known as the Angel of Good and Evil. The corresponding crystal is Blue Topaz. Air is the Elemental correspondence. The colours associated with Manakel are green or blue.
Manakel is the Guardian Angel of those born 15 – 19 February.
He rules the time between 9:40-10 PM.
15 – 19 February is the final five days of the third decan (ten days) of Aquarius. The corresponding Tarot card is the 7 of Swords (Moon in Aquarius). Damabiah rules the first five days of the third decan of Aquarius.
Manakel’s secondary rulership covers 2 January, 14 March, 27 May, 10 August, and 23 October.
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.
Manakel and the 7 of Swords
The 7 of Swords shows a man with less than honest intent. Manakel can protect us from the likes of him, whether they show up in a phishing email or in the form of a burglar.
But Manakel can also help us with the mental health side of the 7 of Swords. This Moon in Aquarius energy card can signify the kind of anxiety that comes from remaining emotionally distant and aloof. Manakel can help restore emotional balance and bring a sense of calm, connection and stability.
Many of the physical issues signified by Manakel/7 of Swords belong in the gut-brain connection category. Hence, Manakel is a beautiful angel to work with for anybody suffering from IBS or Crohn’s, as well as autoimmune issues.
In the form of the Angel of Good and Evil, Manakel can bring us discernment and help us avoid temptations. He helps us see if people are likely to help us feel calm or if they will bring stress and negativity into our lives. Manakel also helps us forgive those who caused us to be hyper-vigilant or overly suspicious of others and their motives.
Psalm to Invoke Manakel
Do not forsake me, O Lord; O my God, do not be far from me!
Situations that Manakel Can Transform
- Acne and other gut-related issues
- Arthritis, osteoarthritis and rheumatism
- Anger and resentment toward the Divine
- Bad intentions from those who seek to harm
- Can bring a sense of calm and stability
- Malicious use of technology (phishing, scammers, clickjacking etc)
Use the Meh-Noh-Keh Mantra to…
…bring a sense of calm and stability to your life. Calming your central nervous system and keeping it soothed will greatly aid your overall immunity.
Chanting Manakel’s mantra can also help with insomnia or help you fall back asleep if you wake up during the night.
Chant Meh-Noh-Keh if you struggle with feelings of resentment or an inability to feel an emotional connection to yourself or others.
If you feel a need to avenge yourself, Meh-Noh-Keh can help you release the need for revenge.
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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.