It isn't that I identify as a biblical Seraph, but instead identify vaguely with the appearance. The six wings aspect, if there is a 'celestial' type of being with six wings and there is a biblical name created that describes a six-winged creature, then instead of renaming the wheel I just adopted the term. It doesn't mean that I believe any of what is written, just using a term to describe an appearance.
In regards to what I wrote earlier. I am still spiritual in that, I recognize energetic beings and spirits, however, I do not believe in a higher power. To me that sounds like a spiritual Darwinistic dictatorship. As Mikhail Bakunin said, "If God existed it would be necessary to abolish him".
Basically it isn't that decisions aren't made outside of the material realm, but it is that they are made by all members of a Source. When I speak of a Source I merely am using the term my friend used in description of angelkin (once again the term Angel is used to describe something similar to be in appearance). The Source is kinda like a 'link' that you share with other members of the source. Some angelkin have a very 'fluffy, cotton candy-like energy' as has been described, and it could be argued that there might be a similarity in source origin based off the likeness in energy composition.
The Source functions in the way that, sitting here I am still putting my input in whether it be subconscious or conscious and 'voting' on certain things in regards to my Source, like member A is to do duty A, all in favor?
That also means that whatever is decided does not have to be followed out by any member it is all a choice. To say that there is some omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent Big Brother hanging out in the cosmos working us all like pawns seems utterly absurd to me. In fact, I once tried to believe in God and I could not. To me it is like trying to believe that Cinderella is real, it is just a fairy tale.
I hope my long post in response helped.