Metaphysical meaning of Jeiel (mbd)
Jeiel, je-l'-el (Heb.)--God snatches away; God sweeps away, i. e., purifies, removes the refuge of lies; carried away of God; God collects, i. e., gathers together, unifies; treasure of God.
a A "chief" of the families of Reuben (I Chron. 5:7). b Father of Gibeon (I Chron. 9:35). c One of David's mighty men, son of Hotham the Aroerite (I Chron. 11:44). d There were others of the name, also.
Meta. God's treasure (treasure of God) is the man who was made in the image and likeness of the Father-Mother God (see Gen. 1:26). This is spiritual man, the Christ, or Son, the divine-ideal man, who is the true inner self of every individual. Jeiel signifies an awakening by man to his inner true self, to his divine sonship. Thus man is lifted by God out of human limitations and into spiritual consciousness and attainment (God sweeps away, i. e., purifies, removes the refuge of lies; God collects, i. e., gathers together, unifies).