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B&A: How many subtypes of angels to use?

My question may be a little odd, but in the novel I am currently planning, there is an inclusion of angels. I'm going roughly for the Judo-Christian kinds, but having my own spin on things. I have three subtypes of angels which are the LEADERS, the WARRIORS and the MESSENGERS. If I were to roughly compare them to the Judo-Christian angels, the leaders would be the Serephim, the warriors the Archangels and the messengers, well, the Messengers. I'm not trying to fit all the roles of the biblical angels, so there is no need to say there are 'such and such' angels in the bible. My novel is NOT religious as such, it fits more into fantasy and supernatural, it dosen't have to have the same roles as the angels in the bible do. Do you think that those three types would be enough to control all of Heaven? There will be lots of angels in each subtype, but I'm wondering if there should be another 'job title' as sorts in there, and if so do you have any suggestions as to what it would need to be? Kitty (K.M.L): Oh, I forget all about guardian angels! Thanks, I might include those now...

Asked By: wanderluster. - 12/31/2010
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Here is the info I gathered about angels from when I was trying to write a story about angels. Maybe it can be of help? I don't remember where I got the info from... More
Answered By: Strike Thirteen - 12/31/2010
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I think that's enough. Anything else could be "odd-jobs" that bored, unoccupied angels could take up.
Answered By: Kai L - 12/31/2010
 
I reckon you've got it covered there, unless you want to add Guardians or something? Like, Guardian Angels? Mine? http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20101231182524AARJmQO Sorry to advertise...
Answered By: Kitty (K.M.L) - 12/31/2010
 
Don't forget Guardians! I love the thought of Guardian Angels. They would prolly be looked down on since they'd live on Earth and wouldn't be one of the types that control Heaven... More
Answered By: ♀Ʀɘȡ♀ ΑζЯӕᶅϨ∂ƙƱᶉᶐ - 12/31/2010
 
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