reply to post by PsiOpSky
Seraphim are among the First Hierarchy of angels, alongside the Cherubim and Ophanim. Seraphim serve as the ministers of the Tetragrammaton, YHVH.
Among the most famous of Seraphim are Metatron and Sandalphon, who are considered angelic brothers, and who used to be the prophets Enoch and Elijah
Metatron, occasionally known as the Lesser Tetragrammaton, serves as the scribe, and Voice, of the Lord. He keeps the Book of Life, recounts the
actions of all living and deceased souls, and carries the Lord's words and commands to prophets, and seers the world over.
Sandalphon is Metatron's brother, and the leader of his own choir. His role is collect the energy and faith which goes into prayer, make a wreath of
it, and bestow the wreath upon the Lord. He also engages in an eternal conflict with the Angel of Evil (not Lucifer, but Samael).
Together, Metatron and Sandalphon serve as the collector of prayers, the deliverer of man's woes to God, and the Voice of God when He answers the
prayers of human beings. Very important angelic figures in Judaic lore. Christian lore, sadly, only features two named angels: Gabriel (the Angel of
Annunciation), and Michael (God's right-hand). The Council of Nicea, when they met to establish the scriptures, included angels only as nameless,
administering figures who served the Lord.
So, to answer your second question, Seraphim are not concerned with humans, nor do they have a plan for humans, outside of collecting our prayers,
giving them to God, and then giving us God's answer.
Admittedly, a simple Google search would not produce all of this information. But, that's the internet for you. Try buying and reading some books,
they open up a whole new world of sources that the internet lacks. Try Gustav Davidson's
Dictionary of Angels, Including the Fallen Angels
~ Wandering Scribe