What Happens When A Human Is Canonized As A Saint?
What Are Supernatural Saints?
When the religious process of Canonization takes place by a holy organization a deceased human of high moral character is declared to be a Saint. Sainthood is a special honor bestowed by religions such as the Catholic Church to hold forth said person as the finest example of humankind. A shining lesson in excellence to motivate religious followers to live a better life, and uphold a certain moral code. The most famous Saints include Saint Valentine, Saint Patrick, and of course Saint Nicholas. Nicholas is still alive in the form of Santa Claus due to being a human-angel hybrid. Since deceased Afterlife humans who ascend to Angelhood are far greater in number than God’s Heaven-born Angels, the Sainthood process is respected, and accepted by the Archangel Hierarchy. Saints are given extra special paranormal powers and privileges in Heaven. They also get the fast track to higher dimensional ascension that includes exclusive access to the Omniverse God.
The Special Freedoms Of Saints
Saints are also given additional freedoms not normally available to average human angels. These include special exceptions in the Supernatural Secrecy Pact that shield humankind from the metaphysical world. Saints are able to return to Earth at will, usually in spirit form, and interact with certain people such as top officials of the religion that Canonized them. The physical form may be taken on the anniversary of the day they were granted Sainthood. Especially if they’re the central figure of a major holiday. Saints also act as emissaries delivering news from Heaven to those in the real paranormal community. In future Battles Of Armageddon Saints will act as peacekeepers when needed, and may instill hope into humankind as the planet becomes extremely chaotic! They may be the only hope of bridging the disagreements between Angels, and the Earthly Nature Deities. A rivalry not nearly as bad as Angel animosity toward demons but nonetheless an aggressive mutual play for control of Earth.
Often the Heavenly Hierarchy will look the other way, or make acceptations to some of their rules when it comes to Saints. This is due to the will of humans having great sway as their special souls provide major metaphysical power for Heaven. Saints can interact, and even cooperate with Earthly Nature Gods, and Goddesses along with other paranormal creatures as long as they don’t conspire against Heaven. This opens their eternal horizons to a variety of interests that can turn into personal missions. Saint Nicholas, aka Father Christmas, has been known to welcome Gods, Goddesses, Nymphs, Fairy’s, etc. to North Pole City. Of course, Jack Frost, and the workers of the Gods, Elves, are the most famous. Nicholas was responsible for turning the Demigod Jesus Christ’s (Son Of The Omniverse God) birth into the top holiday for fostering the forces of light on Earth! Saint Egbert, aka The Easter Bunny, elevated Easter in celebration of Christ’s miraculous resurrection. Saint Valentine took up the mantle of fostering love on Valentines Day. He took charge of the Cupid Angels and works with Love Goddesses in his cause. Saint Patrick decided to find his fortune in Luck. He then took charge of the top purveyors of Good Luck. That being the little Leprechauns of Ireland! The plethora of other Saints who don’t have any real holidays on this Earth are widely celebrated in other Parallel Universes. | List Of Known Saints |
😇Non-Human Origin Archangels and Angels can be known as Saints if they ever placed themselves in the physical world to experience life as a human. The highest known instance is the Archangel Michael who is often referred to as a Saint.
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