Michael from Forest Grove Oregon would like to know, is Sarafem an alternative spelling of Seraphim? The answer is no, or at least certainly not in the theological sense. I have never seen Seraphim addressed as Sarafem in any scripture or religious literature. I typed in the word Sarafem into Bing to double check this, and it would seem that Sarafem is some sort of trademarked drug, a serotonin reuptake inhibitor which is often prescribed as a general antidepressant. I found zero references to the word in relation to angels. So there you have it, unless you are referring to something non angel related, then the word Sarafem has nothing to do with Seraphim angels. If you are using this spelling, then you are spelling it incorrectly. We appreciate Michael taking the time to send in this very unique question. Don't forget to browse around our frequently asked questions section some more, as we have many other interesting questions to choose from.