Once upon a time was an angel – Angel of Vengeance, named Raguel (Friend of God).
Always bound by rules of Heaven, Raguel never accepted the fall of other angels from their thresholds.
To give a lesson of its actions, as well to compensate for the aeons in service of divine justice, God gave him a human life where divine love in his soul is beyond any religious laws and limitations.
Knowing the source of divinity, gods and heavens, even of God itself as being divine love, all the other gods and powers in charge of incarnation, gave him always a body unfit for his knowledge and skills.
Despite all of these, his heart always found a way to keep alive the knowledge of divine love existing in this world and the source of divinity itself.
While being born in a human body during the Goryeo kingdom of Korea, he fell in love with a beautiful girl.
Because laws didn’t bind his heart as the other humans, he saw the girl as a goddess of love blinded by his feelings and in-depth knowledge buried in his heart.
The other gods didn’t like the idea of humans as gods, especially that in their views, human girls were only the carriers of their breeds on Earth.
So they hide the girl reborn body every time since then, in other realities of its soul existence.
It has been said that even nowadays, Raguel is searching for the beloved soul… And fight with a fate settled by the gods for it.
Raguel (also Raguil, Rasuil, Rufael, Raquel, Rakul, Reuel, and Akrasiel) is an angel mainly of the Judaic traditions. He is considered the Angel of Justice. His name means “Friend of God”.
Raguel is almost always referred to as the archangel of justice, fairness, harmony, vengeance and redemption. He is also sometimes known as the archangel of speech. In the Book of Enoch, cap. XXIII, Raguel is one of the seven angels whose role is to watch. His number is 6, and his function is to take vengeance on the world of the luminaries who have transgressed God’s laws.
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Goryeo (고려; 高麗; Koryŏ; [ko.ɾjʌ]) was a Korean kingdom founded in 918, during a time of national division called the Later Three Kingdoms period, that unified and ruled the Korean Peninsula until 1392. Goryeo achieved what has been called a “true national unification” by Korean historians as it not only unified the Later Three Kingdoms but also incorporated much of the ruling class of the northern kingdom of Balhae, who had origins in Goguryeo of the earlier Three Kingdoms of Korea. The name “Korea” is derived from the name of Goryeo, also spelt Koryŏ, which was first used in the early 5th century by Goguryeo.
More info about “Goryeo“:https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goryeo