Did you know that up until the 20th century, the sheriffs in the United States of America were named after the Caesars and called, the "Great Seizer?" This is why a sheriff can carry out a judgment or Order of Seizure to seize assets such as your home and car for the banks and state, and then sell at an "Asset Seizure Auction;" or should I just say a "Caesar Sale?"
Since the time of two of the most venerated Roman Emperors, Julius and his son, Augustus; the Latin: Caesar, (plural: Caesares) has been held in high veneration by many of the royal families in some of the most powerful countries across the globe.
It is from the Latin name of Caesar that we get the Old English casere, and the Middle English name of keiser which would give us the root of German Kaiser and Russian Цезарь (tsezar') and кесарь (kesar') or tsar (see czar). The Russians have a saying, "kesaryu kesarevo" (to Caesar what is Caesar's). Russia had used this title of Tsar of All Rus', the Tsardom of Muscovy and Emperor of All Russia up to 1917.
From the German Kaisers, to the Russian Tzars, and even the sheriffs in the U.S.A.; they are all named in honor of the Caesars. In fact, many of the current U.S. Commander and Chief's best men are named after Caesar. They would be known by the title of czar, and at last count, there have been an estimated total of 32 Caesars, or czars in the Obama administration.
The Arabic Sharīf Asharif or Alsharif (Arabic: شريف šarīf) or Chérif (Darija: Chorfa) is an adjective meaning "noble", "highborn". The names Sherif or Sherifa is someone who is descended from Muhammad by way of his daughter Fatimah. It is also commonly known as Ashraf, and also sharif. In Morocco, the royal houses of Idrisid, Saadi and Alaouite are called Sharifian or Cherifian. The Sharif of Mecca (Arabic: شريف مكة, Sharīf Makkah) or Hejaz (Arabic: شريف الحجاز, Sharīf al-Ḥiǧāz) was the title of the leader of the Sharifate of Mecca. (Wikipedia)
WHAT IS THE ETYMOLOGY OF THE WORD SHERIFF?
The original etymology of the word sheriff is derived from seraph, saraf(fo), and sarapho. The various spellings of the Hebrew name Seraphs, are the Greek Hellenized version of the Egyptian Osiris-Apis which is spelled Serapis, Sarapis (Σάραπις, Dorian Greek), Sor-apis (Σέραπις, Attic/Ionian Greek), Serapin (Greek Ὄφις), and the name ‘Seraphim’ being the plural form. Biblically they are known as the “Seraphs or the Seraphim”.
If you think I'm dreaming or coming up with my own etymology, you will find it interesting that in 1959 there was even an unfinished pilot TV show called "Deputy Seraph", featuring the Marx Brothers: Groucho, Chico, and Harpo. The title was a pun on seraph (an angelic being) and sheriff. The Deputy Seraph never made it to prime time, but it does prove that the Masonic Hollywood movie makers were showing the people the true hidden meaning of the name sheriff being related to the seraphim.
These names all have similar meanings such as “the burning ones, burning spirits, fiery angels or burning angels.” The meaning of the name Seraph is also synonymous, with serpent and seraphim being the plural for serpents. They are the serpents who bit the children of Israel in the wilderness. They are six-winged beings that fly around the Throne of God crying “holy, holy, holy.” The seraphs hold 5th rank of ten in the Jewish angelic hierarchy, and the highest rank in the Christian angelic hierarchy of angels that govern this current world.
The head deputy sheriff or seraph that holds the highest ranks of the Seraphim angels is Seraphiel (Hebrew שׂרפיאל) who is the name of an angel in the apocryphal Book of Enoch. Here is his seal and notice the Star of David and how it exactly matches a sheriff's badge ;
He is the Protector of Metatron, one of eight judge angels, and a prince of the Merkabah. The symbol of the Metatron is the sheriff's badge.
Here is the official symbol of the ordained deputy sheriff angels of Caesar...