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This is a follow-up to the previous posting concerning angels.
Questioner: I know there is a belief that sometime angels and I don't mean to be -- perhaps I am saying this literally -- angels appear as men, that there have been cases, one particular case where an individual was close to losing his physical life and two men appeared who had never been around that area before or after and rescued him. And some ministers feel that these could be angels in disguise.
The Council: We shall not make a comment on that particular situation, mind you. This is not a comment on that particular situation; but it is true that angels can appear to man in the form of man. Now to be sure those that are viewing the angel will sense that it is a heavenly being, but this depends on, as we said, the emotional make-up and the psychological make-up of the individual. If they are in tune with Divine things, if they are religious, shall we say, then that will determine the appearance of such things, of such emissaries of God. There are some that would require seeing a man with wings, or shall we say someone that is of neuter appearance with wings, then if this were necessary to be sure the Lord God would see to it that they have such a messenger. But the angels have spiritual bodies which do not have physical form.
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