Shem Angel 7 Achaiah is the Shem HaMemphorash whose name means ‘The Forbearing and Patient God’ or ‘God Who Is Good and Patient.’ The name sounds like Ack-Eye-Ah. Achaiah has feminine energy. She corresponds with the Element of Earth and grants faith, wisdom and understanding to those under her guardianship. But anyone who lacks faith or cannot understand the importance of faith can turn to her for help.
Scan the Hebrew letters below from right to left to connect with Achaiah.
Achaiah belongs to the Angelic Choir of Seraphim (Keter), ruled by Metatron. The Planetary correspondences are Neptune and Mercury. Achiah is the Angel of Patience who rules over the deadly sin of envy. The corresponding gemstone is Ruby. The colours associated with this angel are colourless or violet.
Those born under Achaiah’s guardianship can rely on her for patience and help with discovering the nature of the human soul. Achaiah helps those in her care to make wise use of time during times of waiting. She also helps people complete difficult tasks and is a patron for anyone working in computer programming.
Achaiah is the Guardian Angel of those born 21 – 25 April.
Achaiah rules the time between 2:00 and 2:20 AM.
The five days between 21-25 April equates to the first five days of the first decan of Taurus. The corresponding Tarot card is the 5 of Pentacles (Mercury in Taurus). Cahetel is the ruler of the final five days of the first decan of Taurus.
Achaiah’s secondary rulership covers 15 January, 27 March, 9 June, 24 August and 5 November.
Our Three Guardian Angels
You were born under the protection of three Shem HaMephorash Guardian 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.
Achaiah and the 5 of Pentacles
Despite patience being mainly associated with the 7 of Pentacles, we can easily see just how much patience is needed under the influence of the 5 of Pentacles. This is because the 5 of Pentacles in the Tarot deck symbolises hardship and challenges in the material realm, particularly in the areas of health and finances.
Astrologically, the 5 of Pentacles is associated with the influence of Mercury in Taurus. This combination brings forth a combination of mental focus and practicality. Equally, it emphasises the need for stability and security in our daily lives.
Now, let’s look at the attributes associated with this angel to understand the connection with the 5 of Pentacles. As mentioned earlier, Achaiah is known as the Angel of Patience. She provides guidance and support during times of struggle. Furthermore, she helps us find strength and inner resilience to overcome all obstacles.
Another key point in the context of the 5 of Pentacles is that Achaiah reminds us that difficult times are an opportunity for positive transformation. She helps us develop faith that we will overcome our hardships and trust that we will emerge stronger from the experience.
Overall, Achaiah helps us see that everything happening is part of a bigger picture. She assures us that, ultimately, everything is beautifully orchestrated to work out in our favour.
By working with the energy of Achaiah, we can cultivate the qualities of resilience and perseverance needed to navigate through financial or health-related difficulties. Through her influence, we can find comfort and solace, knowing that we are not alone in our struggles. Achaiah inspires us to seek healing and support, reminding us that help is always available, even in the darkest times.
Overall, Achaiah serves as a guiding presence, urging us to have faith in our ability to overcome challenges and reminding us that every obstacle we face is an opportunity for spiritual growth. With her assistance, we can find the patience and strength necessary to transform our circumstances for the better.
Psalm to Invoke Achaiah
“The Lord is merciful and gracious, slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love.“
Situations/Issues that Achaiah Can Transform
- Wanting to revolt against God
- Recklessness and ignorance
- Lack of motivation and problems studying
- Fear of new situations
- Media manipulation
Use the Ack-Eye-Ah Mantra to…
…uncover hidden aspects of the universe and understand the reality beyond 3D illusion.
Chanting Ack-Eye-Ah helps you explain complex concepts that can help strengthen the faith of those listening.
The Ack-Eye-Ah mantra can help with greater discernment in a sea of disinformation and when we seek to share or find the truth whether online or elsewhere.
This mantra can help us find solutions to complicated problems and to pass exams.