Page Loader gif

Seasons Greetings & Happy Holiday Season!
Use Code HOLIDAY50 for 50% off Site Wide through Dec 2022. All sales are FINAL - NO Returns!

We hope you are enjoying our crystals to help you connect with Archangel series thus far. Today we dive into Part 8 of our 8 part series and it is about Archangel Zadkiel.

The last stop on our angelic tour brings us to Archangel Zadkiel (sometimes written as Tzadkiel, Zachiel or Zedkiel), the angel of comfort, prayer and abundance. He is the gentlest of the archangels and his name means “Righteousness of God”. Zadkiel rules the planet Jupiter and the element of air. His colors are sky blue or violet and his day of the week is Thursday. Scents affiliated with Zadkiel include sandalwood, ylang ylang, bergamot, rosemary and nutmeg. His flower is the violet. Crystals associated with this kind but brave angel include Blue Lace Agate, Amethyst, Blue Chalcedony and Lapis Lazuli.

You can invoke the aid of archangel Zadkiel when you feel despair, depressed and in need. He is often depicted holding a dagger and is surrounded by a blue or violet light. Zadkiel is especially fond of children and will often come to their aide. He may also be called upon for abundance (be it spiritual or material), improving memory, seeking forgiveness from others who have wronged us, and achieving justice. He guides those in the alternative-medicine fields, such as aromatherapists, Reiki masters, and   masseurs, as well as librarians, interpreters, cashiers and psychiatrists.  

Although linked to Neptune, Blue Lace Agate is considered both a Water and Air stone. It is a crystal of Zadkiel's because of its gentle ability to distill calm, peaceful energy. This banded pale blue agate is useful in reducing stress, lowering blood pressure, relieving headaches and alleviating painful joints and bones. It is a peace keeping stone which, if placed in your home, will eradicate negative energies and keep conversations from becoming confrontational. I keep two of these stones on our kitchen table, and have found that, with two teenage sons and an Italian husband, dinnertime has become much more agreeable and even fun again. And, because of my osteoarthritis, I also keep one in my pocket on those days when I feel my hips getting painful.  

Amethyst is another crystal ruled by the Air element. This purple crystal is a powerful healing stone for the mind as well as the body. It's also a calming stone, bringing restful sleep, relief from tension headaches, migraines and eyestrain. Amethyst can ease stressful situations and even calms hyperactive pets. It's been a stone of royalty for centuries, used to bring about prosperity. Place an Amethyst under a child's pillow (or, for small children, under the mattress) to keep nightmares at bay.  

Blue Chalcedony is a soft blue crystal useful in telepathy, whether it's used for communicating with animals, plants or spirit guides. Physically, it helps with seasonal allergies, kidney and gall stones, and fluid retention. It's a learning stone, aiding us in tackling a new language or understanding complex technologies, such as computers (wish I knew this ten years ago).  

Lapis Lazuli is a stone of Jupiter and the Air element. This royal blue crystal has been used for centuries, from the Ancient Egyptians to Native Americans for its wonderful healing benefits. It's also a stone of wisdom and increases psychic awareness and protection. Lapis calms an excited household and, in healing practices, it relieves pain and inflammation, especially of the nervous system. It instills it's wearer with a burst of self-confidence and the courage to meet life's little challenges.


Crystals and Archangels Series:


Article by Sonia Acone

Posted on March 22, 2010

  Thank you  (Submitted by: Bilyana on August 19, 2018)
  Thank you so much for all the time and energy you put into this wonderful article. Your writing style is a pleasure to read. I love the way you include information and suggestions based on personal experience 🙏✨😇💕 You are an inspiration 💕✨😇🙏 God Bless you 🙏✨💕😇  (Submitted by: Susan on November 14, 2017)
  I'm enjoying reading about the Angels and their ston s and the things they help with  (Submitted by: MARE on November 12, 2016)
Display All Article Comments (7)

Post a Comment
Name or Nickname:  *   (Required *)
E-Mail Address:  *  Monthly Newsletter
Click on a Star to Rate this Article
  Not Rated

Please Enter Verification Code: