Shem Angel 67 Damabiah is the Shem HaMemphorash whose name means ‘The God of Delights’ or ‘God Who Is the Delight of Both Children and Men.’ The name sounds like Ah-Yoh-Ah. The corresponding Angelic Choir is Angels (Yesod), under the rulership of Archangel Gabriel. The Planetary correspondences are the Moon and Jupiter. Eyael has masculine energy and is the Angel of Sublimation. The corresponding gemstone is Mother of Pearl. The Element is Water and the main colours associated with this angel are coral or green.
Eyael is the Guardian Angel of those born 20 – 24 February.
Eyael rules the time between 10 – 10:20 PM.
20 – 24 February is the first five days of the first decan of Pisces. The corresponding Tarot card is the 8 of Cups (Saturn in Pisces). Habuhiah rules the final five days of the first decan of Pisces.
Eyael’s secondary rulership covers 3 January, 15 March, 28 May, 11 August and 24 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.
Eyael and the 8 of Cups
While the Planetary correspondences for Eyael are Moon (primary) and expansive Jupiter (secondary), the planetary correspondence for the 8 of Cups is restrictive Saturn. So how does Eyael relate to the energy of this Saturn in Pisces card?
I believe Ah-Yoh-Ah can bring us both the nudge and the courage to leave a situation that is stagnant and no longer tenable. The limiting influence of Saturn is smashed by Eyael’s ability to fill us with hope about something better beyond what we can see.
The 8 of Cups card makes me think of ‘I can’t get no satisfaction’ by the Rolling Stones. The situation we are in is a drain on our imagination. It is killing our hopes and inspiration. Deep down, we know it’s time to move on.
We need some kind of breakthrough but in order to have that experience we need to leave what is known (and safe) behind. The easy way out is a ‘better the devil you know’ attitude. But, eventually, change will be forced on us anyway. So the 8 of Cups is a sign that we are better off plucking up the courage and making the move into the unknown ourselves.
Eyael protects us from choosing the wrong path when we finally do decide to move forward. He ensures that any research to help us move on provides us with correct and useful information.
Psalm to Invoke Eyael
“Take delight in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart.“
Situations/Issues that Eyael Can Transform
- Feeling apathetic and fearful/resistant of change
- Any excess or lack when trading
- Finding moments of solitude to focus on inner processes
- Abuse of science
- A lack of understanding of past lessons and experiences
Use the Ah-Yoh-Ah Mantra…
…when you have lost touch with the magic within and are in need of a breakthrough. Eyael can help you accept the discomfort of the process of transformation.
Chant Ah-Yoh-Ah during your evening meditation to ensure a good night’s sleep. Chanting this mantra can also help you enjoy the artistic sublimation of your emotions through music and painting. This, in turn, can bring healing by releasing emotional blockages.
Chant this angel’s mantra if you are fearful of repeating past mistakes and/or can’t see/understand the negative pattern you know you are trapped in. Ah-Yoh-Ah can help you imagine a brighter future, one where you no longer need to have those mistakes on repeat.
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.
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