Hisgalus 15:6-8 Orthodox Jewish Bible (OJB)
6 And the shivat hamalachim (seven angels) having the sheva hamakkot (seven plagues) came out of the Heikhal, having been clothed in linen, tahor (clean) and bright, and having been wrapped around the chests with golden gartels. [YECHEZKEL 9:2; DANIEL 10:5]
7 And one of the Arbah Chayyot (four living beings) gave to the shivat hamalachim (seven angels) golden ke’arot (bowls) being full of the Charon Af HaElohim HaChai l’olemei haolamim (the wrath of the living G-d who lives for ever and ever).
8 And the Heikhal was filled with smoke from the kavod (glory) of Hashem and from His oz (power); and no one was being able to enter into the Heikhal until should be completed the sheva hamakkot (seven plagues) of the shiva malachim (seven angels). [Isa 6:4; Ex 40:34,35; 1Kgs 8:10,11; 2Ch 5:13,14]