Any who offends Metatron will find themselves swallowed by a roaring pillar of flame, and there is more than enough power in her out reached palm to produce such destruction. The annihilation of the perpetrator's soul is a foregone conclusion. Betrayal is crime intolerable to the angel, whose fires pierce through culprits as a white-hot spear. A word to the wise: stay faithful to the supernatural powers that be, else you wish to face the wrath of Metatron.
Metatron or Mattatron (Hebrew מטטרון) is an archangel in Judaism and in Christian folklore as well as the Chancellor of Heaven (effectively making Adramelech his infernal counterpart). According to Jewish medieval apocrypha, he is Enoch, ancestor of Noah, transformed into an angel. In Rabbinic tradition, he is the highest of the angels and serves as the celestial scribe.
There are numerous possible etymologies for the name Metatron. The name may originate from either Mattara (מטרא) "keeper of the watch" or the verb MMTR (ממטר) "to guard, to protect", or it might be taken from the Persian name Mithras as there are a number of parallels between them based on their positions in heaven and duties. Metatron seems to be made up of two Greek words for after and throne, μετὰ θρóνος (meta thronos), taken together as "one who serves behind the throne" or "one who occupies the throne next to the throne of glory"; other ideas include μέτρον (metron, "a measure"). Also the Latin word Metator "messenger, guide, leader, measurer" had been suggested.