Habuhiah and the 8 of Cups

68. Habuhiah – 8 of Cups


Shem Angel 68 Habuhiah is the Shem HaMemphorash whose name means ‘God the Liberator’ or ‘God Who Gives with Generosity.’ The name sounds like Cheh-Beh-Vah. The corresponding Angelic Choir is Angels (Yesod), under the rulership of Archangel Gabriel. The Planetary correspondences are the Moon and Mars. Habuhiah has feminine energy and is known as the Angel of Healing. The corresponding crystal is Blue Tiger’s Eye. Water is the Elemental correspondence. The colours associated with Habuhiah are violet and turquoise.

Habuhiah is the Guardian Angel of those born 25 – 29 February.

She rules the time between 10:20-10:40 PM.

25 – 29 February is the final five days of the first decan (ten days) of Pisces. The corresponding Tarot card is the 8 of Cups (Saturn in Pisces). Eyael rules the first five days of the first decan of Pisces.

Habuhiah’s secondary rulership covers 4 January, 16 March, 29 May, 12 August, and 25 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.

Habuhiah and the 8 of Cups

As the Angel of Healing, the correspondence with the 8 of Cups signifies a situation that is toxic or damaging to our health. We need to leave, take higher ground and recalibrate. She helps us see any discrepancies between our goals and how we feel about ourselves/our capabilities.

Due to the Saturn in Pisces correspondence for this card, the 8 of Cups can also signify fertility issues. In this instance, Habuhiah is the perfect angel to invoke since she specialises in healing any issues that prevent people from conceiving.

Habuhiah can also teach us to focus on gratitude for the things we love when we start feeling restless and dissatisfied. She helps us turn toward that which fills us with feelings of love and gratitude.

Habuhiah’s love of the countryside and wide open spaces can be seen in this card. The cups in the card image then represent civilisation and the disconnect between our souls and Nature.

When she inspires gratitude in us, we find it easy to be more generous with ourselves and to show people around us love and compassion.

Most importantly, she helps us realise that when we feel a situation is no longer tenable, it is because it is no longer a vibrational match for our True Selves. Thus, she helps us know ourselves better and this is the essence of all healing.

Psalm to Invoke Habuhiah

Praise the Lord! O give thanks to the Lord, for he is good: for his steadfast love endures forever.
Psalm 106:1

Situations that Habuhiah Can Transform

  • Poor health/not understanding the underlying cause of your health issues
  • Parasitic infections and insect attacks
  • Conflicting desires
  • Wanting to be a healer in any capacity but not knowing how
  • Sterility/infertility
  • Lack of harmony in the mind-body-emotions connection
  • Lack of harmony between the inner masculine and feminine

Use the Cheh-Beh-Vah Mantra…

…any time you are in need of healing and especially if you are trying to conceive or are experiencing an infestation of insects/parasites.

All healers and medical professionals do well to make this mantra part of their daily meditation practice.

Chant Cheh-Beh-Vah if you struggle with personal boundaries and feel trapped in a toxic situation.

If suffer from conflicting desires due to not knowing your true self, Cheh-Beh-Vah will bring release and restore harmony.

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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.

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