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Angelic Families
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Angelic Families
Angelic mothers and births were discussed and it got me thinking, and I have angelic 'memories' a friend of mine who had a wife and kids, I don't remember having a family but I do 'remember' the term little sister ( and little brother) used a lot, do you think it was used for actual siblings? Or more like, we are all children of God (the father/mother) so we are all brother and sister? (if so did it go by choir?) What do you remember of your families (if you had them)?
2008-04-09 2:39
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I had a twin brother, and he had two children.

"Brother" and "sister" could have been used for actual siblings, or it could have been used for others of one's same choir. Those of different choirs, as far as I know, tended to call each other "cousin" -- though I'm not entirely sure that's correct. If that is the case, it got really interesting when angels were in more than one choir; for example, I was in two that I know of, and some angels got confused as to what they should have called me.

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2008-04-09 5:46
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Ashaiel Wrote:I had a twin brother, and he had two children.

"Brother" and "sister" could have been used for actual siblings, or it could have been used for others of one's same choir. Those of different choirs, as far as I know, tended to call each other "cousin" -- though I'm not entirely sure that's correct. If that is the case, it got really interesting when angels were in more than one choir; for example, I was in two that I know of, and some angels got confused as to what they should have called me.

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I was going to bring up 'cousin' but the term itself doesn't seem right. I remeber learing in anthropology about tribes that would call everyone in their generation, in their tribe (sometimes on just one side of the family) a familial term like cousin I think it was more like that.
2008-04-09 12:24
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I have always felt that all Angels in my choir are my Brothers and Sisters, and any Angel not in my choir are cousins.

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2008-04-09 15:25
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I was never in a choir, but I do remember being called little sister by various people who weren't my siblings. It was more an endearment.

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2008-04-10 0:58
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elzebrook Wrote:I was never in a choir, but I do remember being called little sister by various people who weren't my siblings. It was more an endearment.
I remember a similar sentiment myself.

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2008-04-10 4:08
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I know of at least two angel that called each other 'brother' that were neither of the same chior or parents (well neither were born that is). In their case, it was a term born of comradeship (I believe it involved fighting a mutual enemy). Also one of their mates referred to the other as brother as well but there is something like '-in-law" implied in her use. Other than this case, I would agree with Ashaiel.

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2008-04-10 13:30
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I don't recall having any family and fell for falling in love...

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2008-04-11 18:29
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Seraphyna Wrote:I don't recall having any family and fell for falling in love...
Actuallyl the three i referred to above are all fallen angels, so that would lead me to believe both side use the terms. (Not that your point isn't valid, but I just thought I should mention that.)

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2008-04-11 19:50
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