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"Malachim" is a plural form from Hebrew (מלאך, mal'ach), and means "angels" or "messengers", see Angels in Judaism.
The Malachim alphabet is derived from the Hebrew and Greek alphabets. It was created by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa during the 16th Century and is still used by high degree Freemasons to a limited extent. This version is from Agrippa's 'Of Occult Philosophy', 1651 edition.
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