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Dear Lord, thank You that Archangel Michael is my sweet angel prince. Thank You for making him my very own guardian angel. Thank You that You allow him to help me every day in every way. Amen.

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Card# 78
Angel Therapy Oracle Cards

The healing angel is with you, supporting your healing work.
Your prayers for healing (for yourself or others) have been heard and answered by Archangel Raphael, the supreme healer within the angelic realm. Raphael (whose name means "God heals") gives you guidance and ideas about your health, so be sure to follow any intuitive impulses to exercise, eat healthfully, quit drinking or smoking, and so forth. Raphael can help you reduce or eliminate unhealthful cravings if you'll ask. He'll also increase your motivation to exercise.
If you feel called to help with others' health (loved ones, clients, and/or animals), then ask Raphael to guide your actions and words. Raphael will send God's healing energy through you so that you're a conduit for Divine light and love. Raphael is also happy to direct you to schooling for healing work, at your request.
ACTION STEPS: Archangel Raphael's healing energy is emerald green in color. Visualize this emerald green light surrounding anyone in need of healing support. Even if you can't clearly see this green light, know that you've successfully invoked its healing power.

Card# 594
Esteem Cards

Card# 182
Ask The Kabala Oracle Cards
02 -> BET

The Bet card comes to you in times of conflict. You're seeing things in one way when you need to be looking at the situation from any number of alternate angles. Consider the question at hand from different perspectives, putting yourself in the opposite position and thinking about the various ways in which you can be proactive instead of merely reactive.
Meditate on the story of the Tower of Babel. Imagine the heat of anger that prompted those people to build a mammoth tower.
Now breathe... and imagine how the world might have been had we not assumed that our strength and power could literally climb into the heavens and change the force of nature.
Nothing is as simple as we first assume; instead, life is a complicated web of perspectives and priorities. You can only find peace when you see things from many angles and then come to understand your own heart more truly.

Migdal Bavel (Tower of Babel)

The whole earth was of one language and of common purpose. And it came to pass, when they migrated from the east they found a plain in the land of Shinar and settled there. They said to one another, "Come, let us make bricks and burn them in fire." And the brick served them as stone, and the lime served them as mortar. And they said, "Come, let us build a city, and a tower with its top in the heavens, and let us make a name for ourselves, lest we be dispersed across the whole earth."
Genesis 11:1-9
As children, we're taught that the "Tower of Babel" story is a fable used to explain why we humans speak so many different languages and why we live in so many different corners of the world. We're not often told the more sophisticated truth, which is that after the people built their famous tower (imagining that they could reach the heavens and from there rage against God), they were punished with the very thing they sought to avoid. dispersion throughout the world, as well as different languages.
This dispersion is considered a punishment, for now the people who once were of "common purpose" are many different peoples, filled with differences and conflicts - a state of affairs that will lead to unrest beyond anything they'd imagined.