That is exactly how I feel. I never felt that we could summon them because they belong to God. His three highest angels do the work of God, not man. They will protect according to the Will of God. And with Michael being the angel of warfare, I would think he has more important thing to do than come every time we call, Gabriel too. They are not omnipresent. Gabriel told Daniel that he was delayed because of the forces of Babylon (I think). He had to wait until Michael got there and helped him.creepyhollows wrote:Be careful when you summon Archangels, they are not to be taken lightly. Especially Michael and Gabriel. They are extensions of God at His most patient and destructive. Archangels are more powerful than any entity that can be conjured and bound because of their close proximity to God and being they are the angels chosen to exact the will and control of God they abide by His agenda first. This is why you see them both play intrical parts in the Revelation as described in any Protestant Bible. They are mericful when God sends them to be merciful and they can wipe out this planet with a swish of their angelic finger if God wills them to. They are not to be trifled with and I suggest not invoking an Archangel unless you have a darn good reason to.
Many people remember their stories of merciful tenderness and good will toward the human race, what they forget is that they are creatures created soley by and for the will of God and they will always do His will no matter what. They couldn't even rescue Job and if ever there was a man who needed mercy, he was one.
There are levels of Angels and I would adhere strictly to the levels dependent upon your needs. Otherwise you are likely not to be answered or will receive an angel of a lesser level in his stead.
I'm sure we receive other angels under the directions of Michael or Gabriel or the third angel (Uriel?).