Angel's Song: Mary, Baby Jesus and Angel Playing Violin
Mother Mary is not in the least the sole possession of the Roman Catholic Church, nor does she necessarily appear in the particular image that shows her Immaculate Heart pierced for the bearing of the sorrows of the world. Mother Mary, then, is a being who has the attainment of the level of an archangel. (The feminine form of the word archangel is archeia.) She serves with Archangel Raphael, who is her divine complement, her twin flame. Mary is called the “Queen of Angels.”
The angelic hosts comprise an evolution set apart from mankind by their flaming selfhood and their purity of devotion to the Godhead and to the Archangels and hierarchs under whose command they serve. Their function is to concentrate, accelerate, and amplify the attributes of God on behalf of his creation. They minister to the needs of mankind by magnetizing Light to their auras, intensifying feelings of hope, faith, and charity, honor, integrity, courage, truth and freedom, mercy and justice, and every aspect of the crystal clarity of the mind of God.