Their Cabalistic name is Chaioth ha Quaddosh
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According to Excerpts of Theodotus, the Powers were "the first of created angels." Their principal
mission is to maintain order in Heaven and to keep the fallen angels
from destroying the world. According to Pope Gregory, they preside over demons. And, St. Paul suggests that
the various letters in the New Testament (the Epistles)
imply that the Powers either are or could be evil.
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Among the duties assigned to this order are the recording of human history and being present during the birth
and death of all mortals. They also preside over all world religions, providing them with the celestial energy
needed to carry on their work. The Powers communicate with man through intuition, dreams and premonitions
that warn of impending danger. The divine has also given them permission to punish, forgive, and create, according
to his will. Philo Judaeus ranks their duties, from most to least important, accordingly: divine logos (carrying out God's orders), creating, executing
their sovereignty, granting forgiveness and mercy, enforcing divine law, and punishing those they find deserving.
The Powers help humans to resist temptation and to follow God's laws. They are also guides for lost souls and
guard the path to the celestial realms. Other names that they are known by include the Authorities, Potentialities,
Dynamis and Potentates. And in Milton's Paradise Lost,
the Powers are an order of Heavenly guards. It is in the Septuagint that the term Dynamis is first used as a name for
an order of angels. Those who fit the Greek's idea of the Lord's Hosts. Dionysius, who ranked the Powers as
being third in the second triad of his celestial heirarchy,
mistakenly equated them with the Seraphim. Eerosi, among the
hermetics, Sammael, according to Fludd, and Camael have all been said to be the chief angel of the Powers, though
it is Camael who is usually designated as such.
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