Tuesday, July 25, 2006


Many people wonder what Seraph means, and why I'm using this name.

Seraph is another word for "angel". A Seraph is one of the highest angels, if not the highest.

A few days back, I was bored out of my mind, and started googling "Seraph" when I stumbled upon the meaning in Wikipedia. To my shock, and to my amusement as well, I found a very interesting meaning...

A seraph (Hebrew שׂרף, plural שׂרפים Seraphim) is one of a class of celestial beings mentioned once in the Old Testament (Tanakh), in Isaiah. Later Jewish imagery perceived them as having human form, and in that way they passed into the ranks of Christian angels.


So basically, a Seraph is the Jewish equivelant of a Christian angel. How nice...

Did that bit of information shock you? It sure surprised me.


Watch this interesting video which compares the U.S coverage of the Middle East Crisis with the Middle Eastern coverage and how the U.S coverage reinforced false perceptions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It also exposes how the U.S's foreign policy interests of American political elites work in combination with Israeli Public Relations.


Dots.. said...

an angel is an angel regardless the title it was given..

an Angel You ARE .. !


Media is a tool to brainwash people's minds.. some would be as good as a super detergant.. others are foam for nothing.. !

MD said...

i love the new look of ur blog ;)

after dotty's wise words, i have nothing more to add. she's right. an angel is an angel :)

Seraph said...

dots.. shokran, n ur right about media; communicating effectively is a skill that few people have. sadly, americans who use media to communicate false perceptions seem to have the upper hand in that skill

md.. thank u :)