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Posted August 2, 2011
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Review: For a book which is comprised of only eighty pages, there is a good amount of knowledge to be read about both the angels and the their fallen brethren. As a believer in angels as well as an avid lover, I was very impressed by the compact size handbook. The illustrations were beautifully done. They are very intricate and vivid. I also really enjoyed the texture of the pages. Glossy and strong. I learned more about angels than I had known before. I have done a great deal of research on angels and the fallen so I was pleasantly surprised to learn some bits of information I hadn't learned yet. Foe example, how the Jewish mystical tradition doesn't refer to different levels of angels as "beings" but instead as sephirot which means "enumerations." I also did not know about the Book of Tobit. For believers and lovers of all things angel related, The Handbook of Angels and the Fallen Angels is a nifty little book to add to the shelf.
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