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Reviewed by Deepak Menon for Readers' Favorite
Beryl Broekman is an outstanding author who describes herself as a “Transcriber” because she has the firm conviction that the thoughts she had about the meaning of the Christian Gospel were communicated to her by the angels. After reading her amazing book, I have to concede that she is quite possibly a gifted psychic and energetic healer, using her unique ability to actually transcribe readings from the energetic world she has described in this book. In Poetry of the Archangels, she has delivered messages of great import for people to learn from and live life without falling into the traps laid by the dark side of their perspectives. The book appears to be a small one, but the thoughts that arise in one's mind, even after reading only a few paragraphs, are like tomes of philosophy and will surely change perspectives and open out new horizons for the reader to explore.
Broekman proceeds to describe the traits of the Archangels one by one, starting with the Archangel Gabriel, who is described as the 'Messenger of God' and having no peer among equals. After the description, she places a wonderful poem transcribed by her from Gabriel, leaving one awestruck at the beauty of the poem which is a prayer, a psalm and a hymn simultaneously, and focused on giving people the strength to combat the travails of life and live in joy. Broekman follows up the chapter about Gabriel with chapters describing the differing traits, messages and special poetry of the remaining 9 Archangels through Michael with his sword, Raphael, Jophiel, Rejoice (Raziel), Uriel, Samuel, Matthew, Muriel and finally Lucifer whom she actually describes as a much misunderstood benevolent angel who does what he does so that 'Creation' can continue. This little book is too monumental for a reviewer to be able to do real justice in such few words, except to recommend it as essential reading and congratulate Beryl Broekman with five glowing stars in the firmament.