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Angels, according to the mythology of many species, were spiritual beings that served God as his messengers.

Popular Earth depictions of angels often presented them as beautiful humans with halos and/or wings, not unlike Solonians in their "evolved form" (TV: The Mutants), Light (TV: Ghost Light) and the Weeping Angels. (TV: Blink) Members of the Heavenly Host, robots designed by Max Capricorn, resembled angels by deliberate design. (TV: Voyage of the Damned)

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When Christian missionaries failed to exorcise Saul from Cheldon Bonniface, they built a church on the site, then declared him an angel. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Revelation)

In 325, Arius and Clement came to suspect that Erimem was an angel when they witnessed the TARDIS dematerialise. (AUDIO: The Council of Nicaea)

By 1055, Sebastian Grayle believed that the Nimon were angels. (AUDIO: Seasons of Fear)

In 1240, the people of Kiev believed that an alien soldier buried in the catacombs was a dark angel. (PROSE: Bunker Soldiers)

In 1553, when Mistress Ellen and Queen Jane Grey witnessed Rani Chandra return to her own time via a time window, Ellen believed it to be witchcraft, but Jane believed Rani to have been an angel. (TV: Lost in Time)

In 1609, Cardinal Robert Bellarmine mediated the Armageddon Convention while believing that he was intervening in a war between angels. (PROSE: The Empire of Glass)

In 1669, Father Chadwick Vita thought that the Healer was an angel. (COMIC: Black Death White Life)

In 1702, Major Billy Lovemore claimed he was an angel of retribution before shooting Ned Cotton. (AUDIO: Phantasmagoria)

In 1759, Madame de Pompadour called the Tenth Doctor "my lonely angel". (TV: The Girl in the Fireplace)

In 1869, Gwyneth believed that the Gelth were angels. (TV: The Unquiet Dead)

In 1914, soldiers fighting in World War I in Belgium came to believe that a Warfreek surveillance device was the Angel of Death come to take the dead to Heaven. Later, Rose Tyler posed as an angel to put a stop to a battle. (COMIC: Warfreekz!)

In 1930, a New York City showgirl named Tallulah performed "My Angel Put the Devil in Me" dressed as an angel, while the supporting dancers were dressed like devils. (TV: Daleks in Manhattan)

In 1953, Father Hemmings believed that the aliens he had found washed up on a beach were angels. (PROSE: The Canvey Angels)

Chad Boyle believed that the Timewyrm was an angel. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Revelation)

In 1997, Gabriel and Jude of the Rapture claimed to be angels. (AUDIO: The Rapture)

In 2007, a viewer of Ghostwatch believed that the Cybermen, who appeared all over the world, were angels. (WC: Ghostwatch)

In 2009, Peter Dalton believed that the Trickster was an angel. (TV: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith)

In 2009, Oliver Harrington believed that the glow that the people the neutron eater consumed emitted meant they were turning into angels. (AUDIO: Lost Souls)

In his Miracle Day speech in 2011, Oswald Danes claimed that humanity had evolved into angels. (TV: The Categories of Life)

When !C-Mel became Clarence, he took on the appearance of an angel. (PROSE: Ghost Devices)

The Morphieans had the ability to animate stone statues of angels. (PROSE: Ten Little Aliens)

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