Haniel (Hebrew:, “Joy of God,” or Hebrew:, “Grace of God,"; Coptic: ; Arabic:, ‘Anya’il), also known as Hananel, Anael, Hanael, or Aniel.
Haniel is a Jewish lore and angelology angel frequently listed as one of the seven archangels. Haniel is the archangel of the sephirah Netzach and is related to the planet Venus.
The angel of gladness, Archangel Haniel, is recognized. She tries to point individuals looking for happiness to God, the source of all happiness. Haniel is derived from the Hebrew words hana’ah, which mean “joy” and “pleasure” (qualities connected with Venus), and the suffix “-el,” which means “God.” It’s the Phoenician equivalent of “Hannibal.” Haniel is one of the archangels encoded in Dr. John Dee and Edward Kelly’s Sigillum Dei Aemeth.
Haniel may try to send you a message by directing your attention to the moon, as the archangel has a particular affinity for the moon.
Archangels are celestial spirits that are not human; hence they do not have a physical gender like people. On the other hand, humans have assigned bodily qualities to angels based on the purposes they fulfill over time. When Haniel is shown in our physical reality, she is usually depicted as a female (wearing a turquoise robe with awe-inspiring silver wings).
Haniel’s energy is usually associated with a turquoise glow. This light ray may occur in visions, dreams, or meditations to indicate that she is close by. Most believers consider Haniel’s light ray to be symbolic of harmony and balance because turquoise is a beautiful blend of blue and green.