What Color Represents Archangel Michael?

Knowing quite a bit about the world of color, I do know that blue remains to be one of the preferred colors of men.

Having said that, when most people connect with Archangel Micheal they see blue. I know when I randomly think about Michael just to check that he’s still with me I see blue dots. Sometimes when I start my day I’ll say to myself, “Michael, you still with me?” and I’ll see a random pattern of tiny blue dots in my mind’s eye that I know are him.

Archangel Michael

WHEN TO CALL IN MICHAEL – So we know that he is the Protector so ANYTIME we need that little extra comfort when it’s for us or someone else, call him in. Here are a few examples of when I called him in:

• When I drive
• When I go to sleep at night
• When I have a bad dream
• When my kids go on a road trip
• When someone is going through a tough situation
• To help other people feel better
• To help me with my questions
• To show me the best direction to take
• During a lightning storm which I find very frightful
• When I’m in the presence of people who are mad
• Whenever I need to feel safe
• When I see an animal by the highway
• For air travel

The possibilities are endless and keep in mind, just don’t call for your Angels when you’re in distress, call them when you’re happy to ❤

6 thoughts on “What Color Represents Archangel Michael?

    • Yes that is an interesting element to be associated with Michael. It would probably symbolize balance and trying to choose what’s right for us in life and for our highest good. I hope that helps 🙂

  1. Therefore, in our Catholic tradition, St. Michael has four duties: (1) To continue to wage battle against Satan and the other fallen angels; (2) to save the souls of the faithful from the power of Satan especially at the hour of death; (3) to protect the People of God, both the Jews of the Old Covenant and the Christians of the New Covenant; and (4) finally to lead the souls of the departed from this life and present them to our Lord for the particular judgment, and at the end of time, for the final judgment. For these reasons, Christian iconography depicts St. Michael as a knight-warrior, wearing battle armor, and wielding a sword or spear, while standing triumphantly on a serpent or other representation of Satan. Sometimes he is depicted holding the scales of justice or the Book of Life, both symbols of the last judgment.

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