By Theodore Colon, Contributing Writer
Submitted on March 9, 2023
Archangel Metatron: The Story of the Fall of Atlantis and the Atlantean Crystals
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Who Is Metatron?
Metatron is a mythical archangel mentioned in some Jewish writings. Said to have once been the human Enoch, Metatron is now believed by some to be the highest of angels and is often associated with the occult.
Metatron is a high-ranking angel or being in Jewish tradition as well as in some Christian, Islamic, and occult traditions. To some, he is a once-human angel graced to gaze on the countenance of God as His scribe and a mediator between God and Israel.
Where Does the Legend of Metatron Come From?
Metatron is mentioned in passages of the Babylonian Talmud, in mystical Kabbalistic texts, and in the apocryphal books of Enoch.
The Talmud is a central text of Judaism consisting of discussions and commentary on Jewish history, law, and customs. For a long time, the Talmud was passed down as oral tradition, until it was compiled and recorded in the second century AD as a document called the Mishnah. Commentaries on the Mishnah were then written down, comprising the Gemara, the second part of the Talmud. The Babylonian Talmud mentioned above was completed in the fifth century AD.
The Talmud is not considered a sacred work in Christianity, and though some teachings from it might be compatible with Christian teachings, the entirety of the New Testament was completely written and largely compiled by the time the Mishnah was written down and made canon before the Babylonian Talmud came to be.
According to these writings, Metatron was once a human named Enoch, who is mentioned in the book of Genesis as a man who walked faithfully with God (though in one version, Metatron was never human, nor did he come from Enoch).
Enoch was taken to heaven without dying, where he was transformed into the angel Metatron and placed on a throne next to God’s throne. He became second only to God in terms of power, wisdom, and glory, and all the other angels obeyed him.
The apocryphal books of Enoch are pseudo epigraphically, meaning a work that is falsely attributed or whose claimed authorship is unfounded. There are several of these works attributed to Enoch, though most people are referring to 1 Enoch when they speak of “the Book of Enoch.”
According to legend, Metatron is part of a select group of angels who are allowed to look upon God’s countenance. He is a heavenly scribe, as well as an advocate or heavenly priest for the people, a mediator between Israel and God.
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