Taken from: WikipediaHe is the angel of solitude and tears, and is said to preside over the deaths of kings.
He is often included in lists as being one of the seven archangels and often associated with the Seventh Heaven. In some cultures they say that he must fall in love with "The Righteous Man" and that he is one of the most rare angels to develop human emotions.
I just see INFPs as the sort of type that would be like this— going against the norms— since they're dominant function is Fi, I guess?He is one of the most rare angels to develop human emotions.
Maybe ISTP, because he’s a sort of mechanic?Under [Michael, Gabriel, Šatqiʾel, Šahaqiʾel, Baradiʾel, Baraqiʾel, Sidriʾel, & Galgalliʾel, in charge of the 7 heavens & sun, respectively] is ʾOpanniʾel, the Prince, who is in charge of the globe of the moon.…and with him are 88 angels who make the moon’s globe run 354,000 parasangs every night, whenever the moon stands in the east at its turning point.…
Above [a long hierarchy of many other angels] is a prince, great, terrible, mighty, exalted, distinguished, dreaded, ancient, and strong. ʾOpanniʾel YHWH is his name. He has sixteen faces, four on each side, and 100 wings on each side. He has 8,766 eyes, corresponding to the number of hours in a year, 2,191 on each side. In each pair of eyes in each of his faces lightnings flash; from every eye torches blaze, and no one can look on them, for anyone who looks on them is at once consumed. The height of his body is a journey of 2,500 years; no eye can see it. No mouth can tell the mighty strength of his power, save only the King of kings of kings, the Holy One, blessed be he.
Why is his name called ʾOpanniʾel? Because he is appointed to tend the ophanim, and the ophanim are entrusted to his keeping. Every day he stands over them and tends them and beautifies them: he praises and arranges their running; he polishes their platforms; he adorns their compartments; he makes their turnings smooth, and cleans their seats. Early and late, day and night, he tends them, so as to increase their beauty, to magnify their majesty, and to make them swift in the praise of their Creator.
So he’s a musical conductor. Is one likely to be an ESFP?Above [Opanniʾel & those under him] is a prince, wonderful, noble, great, respected, mighty, lordly, a captain and a leader, glorified, honored, and beloved. He is all full of brightness; all full of praise and radiance; all full of splendor; all full of light; all full of beauty; all full of loveliness; all full of greatness and magnificence. His face is like the face of angels, and his body is like the body of eagles. His brilliance is like lightning. His appearance is like firebrands. His beauty like lightning flashes. His majesty like fiery coals. His adornments like hasmallim. His radiance like the light of the morning star. His image like the greater light. His height as the seven heavens. The light of his eyes like sevenfold light. The sapphire stone on his head is the size of the whole world and like the brilliance of the heaven themselves in clarity. His body is full of eyes like the stars of the heaven, beyond recKoning, without number, and each eye is like the morning star. Some of them are like the lesser light, some like the greater light. From his ankles to his knees they resemble stars of lightning. From his knees to his thighs, the morning star. From his thighs to his waist, the light of the moon. From his waist to his neck, the light of the sun. And from his neck to his forehead, unfading light. The crown on his head is radiant like the throne of glory, and the height of the crown is a journey of 502 years. There is no kind of radiance, no kind of splendor, no kind of light in the world which is not placed in that crown. Śerapiʾel is the name of that prince, and the name of the crown on his head is “Prince of Peace.” Why is his name called Śerapiʾel? Because he is in charge of the seraphim, and the seraphim of flame are commited to his care. He stands over them day and night and teaches them song, psalm, eulogy, might, and majesty, so that they might glorify their king with all manner of praise and sanctifying song. [ibid.]