Summary: All Arch-Angels are Gods. All Gods and Goddesses are considered Arch-Angels.
The greatest, most glorified souls of eternity, Arch-Angels are exalted, celestialized
human beings, possessing highly evolved physical bodies. While this exalted state
is available to all of God’s children, it is ultimately achieved by very few spirit
children. Arch-Angels dwell in the Celestial Kingdom, and represent the full authority
of the Council of Elohim.
The term Arch-Angel is not gender specific, and can refer to either Gods or Goddesses.
A father Arch-Angel is known as an Archon. The supreme will of The One is represented
through the working of all father Arch-Angels within the House of Archons. Mother
Arch-Angels are referred to as an Aretakai. This Adamic title refers to the supreme
will of Areta as represented throughout the working of all mother Arch-Angels within
House of Valhaladea.
All dispensational leaders are Arch-Angels. The seven most senior Arch-Angels of
the Elohim were appointed to initiate and preside over the seven dispensations established
upon this mortal world. The eldest not only initiates the first dispensation, but
oversees the administration of all seven dispensations. According to their specific
dispensation, each of the seven Arch-Angels will enter into mortality to establish
divine truths for the benefit and progression of God’s children. Examples of this
include Adam and Eve, who, as the physical embodiments of Michael and Sher-el, initiated
and administered the first dispensation here on this world. The Arch-Angels Gabriel,
Raphael and Uriel also led dispensations, manifesting through the lives of Noah,
Moses, and Isaiah respectively.
Arch-Angels are not limited to a single incarnation as the dispensational leader.
They live many mortal lives among the spirit children of God, working out their own
individual path of progression and helping to bring about the broader designs of
The One and Areta.
Arch-Angels mentioned in the Song of God 5:13:38-39
Presiding Heavenly Parents of the Seven Councils of Light
 Arch-Angels were indeed the greatest, most glorified citizens of eternity until
the birth and evolution of the Ahgendai. This new order of Godhood, as represented
by the Ahgendai, far exceeds the scope, glory and power of the Arch-Angels.
Now consider how my Father, even Ahman, has appointed unto the seven Arch-Angels
the Law of Dispensation, whereby much righteousness should be brought to pass.
Hear now this mystery and understand, for in the beginning did the God of Heaven
set forth the dispensations. And he placed over them seven mighty ones to be Arch-Angels
of the heavenly hosts.
Consider now the greatest of all the citizens of eternity, even the Arch-Angels of
Elohim; these are they who possess unto their glory celestial bodies of flesh and
bone, being unlike the natural man, having taken unto themselves a fullness of beauty
and light exceeding.
And Arch-Angels like unto you, who possess celestial bodies of flesh and bone unlike
the natural man, having taken unto themselves the glory of God.
Likewise, when the dispensations of God which are given unto the children of men
upon the earth are completed, there shall be prepared for this Emmanuel a celestial
tabernacle like unto my own. And he shall be nurtured in the bosom of eternity, and
even as his Father is, so shall he become an Arch-Angel of the Most High God.
Behold, the Arch-Angels of God give birth to Gods, for surely they are Gods; and
from innumerable spirits which are organized do the souls of the Gods come. But unto
which of many spirits shall the glory of godliness be given?
And when these things shall come to pass, when all the children of men shall have
inherited that glory which was prepared for them from the beginning, when the earth
shall be lifted up before the throne of the great God, then shall I, Emmanuel, ascend
unto my Father, even Michael, and I shall become even as he is, an Arch-Angel of
the Most High God.
Therefore, hear and understand, for when the earth shall fulfill the measure of her
creation, when the dispensations which were established aforetime in the councils
of Elohim have accomplished the glory of the Father, then shall a child be born in
the kingdom of God, that this Yeshua might become like unto his Father, an Arch-Angel
of the Most High.”
And Michael spoke again, saying: “Consider then how that the Arch-Angel is the source
from which all things of spirit and soul have their beginning, for the Arch-Angel
is in every deed a Father, and from him do these things have their beginning.
And all worlds whereupon the children of men might dwell have they decreed and set
in their orbits, that they might travel in their course around the suns which were
ordained unto them.
Therefore, for this reason has the Father of All, even Ahman, ordained unto the sons
of his lineage, even Arch-Angels, the Law of Dispensation and the administration
thereof, that even God might establish tabernacles wherein the spirits of many might
dwell. Thus is the way set forth wherein the Heavenly Father might exalt many by
reason of those words which he spoke unto the children of men when he came to dwell
Therefore, over all the worlds of creation whereunto the children of men are made
to dwell, has God ordained unto each seven dispensations, and over each has he set
his Arch-Angels, that they might bring to pass the immortality and eternal life of
And God ordained that the eldest among the Arch-Angels should preside in all righteousness
over all the dispensations which are established.
Consider how great this mystery is: that over each dispensation an Arch-Angel is
given power and authority, that he might bring about the great designs of God. That
when they should again enter mortality, they might teach unto all who are able great
knowledge, even the knowledge of God.