True Stories of Archangel Visits

By Jo Mooy

“Jo, thank you for the visit of the Archangels. They saved our family relationship.”

Several years ago I published an article on how to “Host the Archangels” in your home for a visit. The article gave “hosting instructions” on how to prepare yourself and your home. It explained how to receive the angels for five days before sending them on to someone else. While the article was fairly simple, I never expected it to have such an impact on so many people’s lives and in so many countries. Or for that matter, to learn that it continues to reach individuals who still see the original article on the internet.

When it first appeared in Drunvalo Melchizidek’s Spirit of Maat magazine, I was deluged with requests from all over the world. The idea of Hosting the Archangels seemed to personalize them, striking a chord with families and individuals from Nepal, Africa, India, Europe, the Middle East, Japan, Australia, and in North and South America. After sending out the Hosting instructions, I asked each person to send me a report of their experiences with the Archangels. My intention was to do a follow up article at some future date.

As 2015 dawns, the world is facing regional wars, religious turmoil, food and water shortages, corporate greed, political gridlock, dramatic climate changes, and a global crisis of confidence. The “future date” appears to be now! So, here are some uplifting reports from those who hosted the archangels over the last several years.

Almost all the people were flabbergasted that they could actually invite the Archangels into their home.

A few questions or comments were quite humorous. For example, Janet in the United States said she only had a two-bedroom home and no air mattress, so didn’t feel she could accommodate four of them at the same time. Another from the UK said her home was very small so wondered if she should put them up in a local hotel. A few asked, “What do they eat?” Apparently this isn’t such an odd question. My mother, who was going through lymphoma treatment, grew thoughtful one day. I saw her staring out the window, so asked what she was thinking. Mom loved good food but her reply was unexpected. She asked, “What do you think they eat in heaven?”

Yeghish, a young man in Lebanon thought a visit by the Archangels might help bring peace to his homeland.

There also was a remarkable story from Regine in Germany; she reported feeling dizzy, as though struck down when the archangels arrived. She took them to several churches in her city, lighting candles and praying for peace and forgiveness for what was done to the Jews in Germany. She felt great power and presence with the angels. Six months later, Regine learned that a book she wrote called Angel Power Pictures—Healing of the Soul was published, and a month after that she had her first exhibition. All of which she attributes to the visit of the Archangels.

Sasha from Florida reported a near death experience (NDE). Her husband asked the archangels if they would go to work with him one day. While he was on a ladder next to a power line, the transformer blew up sending him flying backwards in the air. Strapped to the safety line, he managed to get to the ground. Shaken up but alive, he fell to his knees and thanked the angels for their help knowing they had saved his life.

Mara in Ireland was living in a stone cottage desperately in need of many repairs. She’d approached the landlord for three years to no avail. So when the archangels came to her house, she asked them to help with the repairs. After the angels left, her landlord arrived without her asking and repaired the cottage.

But not all hostings were monumental events. Adam wrote to tell me his family needed help with “everyday stuff.” He said when the archangels visited, his wife had a much easier time with their children. Dinners were easier and the kids played without fighting while she cleaned. Adam thought he needed to win the lottery to have all his problems solved. Instead he had a great revelation. He was driving by himself and heard a voice say that

“If someone else took care of his problems it would be like taking his own energy and capabilities away.”

Adam felt he needed to simply buck up and take charge. And he did.

The hundreds of testimonials indicate that “Hosting the Archangels” has been an astounding journey. Some enjoyed the experience so much they’ve hosted them more than once.

If in 2015 you find yourself in need of some angelic support, you might consider hosting them. If you do, contact me at and I’ll send you the particulars.

Jo Mooy has studied with many spiritual traditions over the past 40 years. The wide diversity of this training allows her to develop spiritual seminars and retreats that explore inspirational concepts, give purpose and guidance to students, and present esoteric teachings in an understandable manner. Along with Patricia Cockerill, she has guided the Women’s Meditation Circle since January 2006 where it has been honored for five years in a row as the “Favorite Meditation” group in Sarasota, FL, by Natural Awakenings Magazine. Teaching and using Sound as a retreat healing practice, Jo was certified as a Sound Healer through Jonathan Goldman’s Sound Healing Association. She writes and publishes a monthly internationally distributed e-newsletter called Spiritual Connections and is a staff writer for Spirit of Maat magazine in Sedona. For more information go to or email

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