Archangels are the highest-ranking angels in heaven. God gives them the most important responsibilities, and they do their work both in the heavenly dimension and in the earthly one. The word “archangel” is from the Greek words “arche” (ruler) and “angelos” (messenger), signifying archangels’ dual duties. Archangels rule over the universe’s daily operation on missions from God, while also delivering messages from God to human beings.

Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all give some information about the archangels in their various religious texts and traditions. However, while the different religions all say that archangels are incredibly powerful, they don’t agree on the details of what the archangels are like.

Some religious texts mention just a few archangels by name; others mention more. While religious texts usually refer to archangels as male, that may be just a default way of referring to them. Many people believe that angels don’t have a specific gender and can appear to humans in any form they choose, according to what will best accomplish the purpose of each of their missions. Some scriptures imply that that there are too many angels for humans to count. Only God knows how many archangels lead the angels that he has made.

In heaven, archangels have the honor of enjoying time in God’s presence. Many people believe that archangels spend their time in heaven praising God and checking in with him often to get new assignments for their work on Earth. Archangels also spend time elsewhere in the spiritual realm fighting evil, say many believers. One archangel in particular — Michael — appears to be the head archangel who often takes the lead to battle evil with good, according to accounts in the Torah, Bible, and Qur’an.

Believers say that God has assigned guardian angels to protect each individual person on Earth, but he often sends archangels to accomplish earthly tasks of a larger scale. For example, the archangel Gabriel is known for his appearances delivering major messages to people throughout history. Christians believe that God sent Gabriel to inform the Virgin Mary that she would become the mother of Jesus Christ on Earth, while Muslims believe that Gabriel communicated the entire Qur’an to the prophet Muhammad.

People have given names to the archangels who have interacted with humans throughout history. Most of the archangels’ names end with the suffix “el” (“in God”). Beyond that, each archangel’s name has a meaning that signifies the unique type of work that he or she does in the world. For example, archangel Raphael’s name means “God heals,” because God often uses Raphael to deliver healing to people who are suffering spiritually, physically, emotionally, or mentally. Another example is the archangel Uriel’s name, which means “God is my light.” God charges Uriel with shining the light of divine truth on the darkness of people’s confusion, helping them seek wisdom.

book Welcome to a new world where science and spirituality are not separate, but coexist on opposite ends of the same spectrum. With the release of the first Seers book, The Seers – New World Order, creator M.D. Kaczkowski tears down the hidden barrier between the physical and spiritual dimension, revealing the unseen laws of the universe within a fantastical, page-turning thriller.


The Seers is not just a novel, but the introduction to a new fictional platform called “Scilestial Fiction” (the combination of words: Science and Celestial). This first book offers not only the proposition that science and spirituality coexist on opposite ends of the same spectrum, but also quantifies historical-religious terminology into its scientific counterpart with trans-dimensional law explanations. This fast-paced story blends classic genres: part apocalyptic and part detective story; but it doesn’t end there, Kaczkowski has successfully combined his mystifying thriller with The Seers’ Handbook, which is used to help the reader understand this new world.

The Seers provides a multi-media experience that leaves fans with an exciting and captive narrative that continues on with an interactive digital component. It introduces and submerges the reader and user into a whole new world, providing a boundless fictional platform that is ripe for full exploration. With Original music, illustrations and video links sprinkled throughout the book, the reader truly gets to engage and interact with the creative content. “Real paper book” readers are not left out – the QR code links allow fans to be carried into the cyber dimension, opening them up the the growing multimedia content.

Story outline: NYPD Detective John Scarcepho is investigating the murder of dozens of homeless who are left dead with their eyes surgically removed. As he tracks down what he believes is a crazed serial killer, he discovers that he has special powers that he had suppressed as a child. He is drafted into saving humanity by empowering his unrivaled abilities, but self-doubt, temptation, and anger challenge his ability to harness his gift for good.

Through the characters’ lives, readers are introduced to the prophets of humanity, known as the Seers. Between chapters, Dr. John Alderson, a well-traveled Seer-physician, shares his inside knowledge and encourages readers to delve deeper by guiding them to sections in The Seers’ Handbook, which makes up the final third of the book. The Handbook contains an in-depth glossary of trans-dimensional law and spiritual concepts, a chapter on Angelology, a study of the human soul with spirit-world photographs (spiritography), soul disease diagnoses, prescriptions for soul healing, and the history of an entire world that – until now – was unseen and unknown.

Welcome to the universe of The Seers. Your journey has only just begun.