"Archangel" as written by and Massimiliano Antonio Cavalera....
War in heaven, angels fell
Lash out against the dragon's spell
Rise above the abyss
Consecrate yeshua's dream

Archangel, archangel
Kingdom, power, and glory
Maljuth ge bu rah
Ge du lah

Israfil (the burning one)
Azrael (the Septuagint)

Archangel, archangel
Kingdom, power, and glory
Maljuth ge bu rah
Ge du lah


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"Archangel" as written by Massimiliano Antonio Cavalera

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    Song MeaningBased on research I think the lyrics should be "Malkuth, Geburah, Gedulah" which translates to "The Kingdom, the Power, the Glory" so essentially repeating the 2nd line of the verse in Hebrew. I also think that the intro to the song is Hebrew, probably from a part the Jewish religious service. The Kingdom the Power the Glory is a part of the "Our Father" or the Lord's prayer. When they say "The dragon" I think they mean Satan, when they say "Yeshua" I think they mean Jesus. Israfil is an alternative name of the Archangel Uriel, the fourth one. Uriel also translates to "The Light of God." Azrael is the Angel of Death, the Septuagint is a translation of the Hebrew Bible, I'm not sure what the connection between the two is, although I read that the Septuagint is the first place the Archangels are mentioned. So essentially the song is about the battle between the Archangels and the forces of hell. I am not Jewish, and I do not speak a lick of Hebrew, I found out most of this stuff through research. Loved the song, so hopefully it helps you enjoy it even more as well.
    Theskipperon March 31, 2016   Link

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