The Seraphim are often called the “burning ones” or “fiery serpents”. Their name means “ardour” and it is said that these angels burn unceasingly with fiery love and passion for all of divinity.
The purpose of the Seraphim may be to purify with celestial fire, as it was said that a Seraph cleansed the lips of Isaiah with a burning coal as a sacrament.
It is also said that the Seraphim are the highest of angels and that they shine so brilliantly that if a human ever saw their true form, they would die of fright. They are described as having six wings; two to fly, two to cover their faces which are said to resemble lightning, and two to cover their bodies. They are also said to be covered with eyes, around and within.
Available in signed 21cm x 21cm sized prints. These are digitally printed on uncoated, 100% recycled 200-250 gsm paper.
Please note that colours may appear slightly different in real life vs. on a screen.
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