Gabriel

Egypt

Qebehsenuef, Son of Horus

Qebehsenuef was the guardian of the west. His name means literally “he who libates his siblings”. Horus commands him, “Come refresh my father; betake yourself to him in your name of Qebehsenuef. You have come that you may make coolness for him after you… “ Libation or bathing with cool water was a traditional form of worship in Ancient Egypt.

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Islam

Muhammed’s appointment through Gabriel

When it was the night on which God honoured him with his mission and showed mercy on His servants thereby, Gabriel brought him the command of God. “He came to me,” said the apostle of God, “while I was asleep, with a coverlet of brocade whereon was some writing, and

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Christian

Archangel Gabriel

“The New Testament account begins with a lone, obscure priest, cycling through his duties at the Temple, and to his surprise, encountering a vision of the Lord’s angel, Gabriel. It wasn’t Annas, nor Caiaphus, nor any of the Chief Priests or notable scribes or lawyers. Rather it was an obscure,

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Christian

Noah and the Flood

Genesis 5:7,12 And the Lord said unto Noah, My spirit shall not always strive with man. For he shall know that all flesh shall die, yet his days shall be a hundred twenty years. And if men do not repent, I will send in the floods upon them. But the

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Hinduism

Manu and the Seven Sages

From The Mahābhārata “Along the ocean in that stately ship was borne the lord of men, and through Its dancing, tumbling billows, and its roaring waters; and the bark, Tossed to and fro by violent winds, reeled on the surface of the deep, Staggering and trembling like a drunken woman.

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