That appears on all of my posts to everyone.
What I'm pointing out is that John is worthy to get this revelation, and everyone who reads John's account is worthy as well so, again, your theory seems a bit odd given that everyone who reads his account is worthy. The point that John is making is that only Christ is worthy to open the scroll. You're engaging in the fallacy of the Non Sequitur. You think that just because Jesus is worthy, it must then follow that Jesus is an angel which clearly doesn't follow at all, except insofar as he conveys this message to someone else.
I haven't read through all the posts on this thread so I'm just speculating here, but my guess is that you're attempting to come up with some sort of justification for the idea that Jesus is a created being/angel.
My position is that "the word" that comes from the father is the son, and this is an eternal relationship. God is does not change, therefore he is eternally the father. He always was the father and always will be. Therefore the son is not a being that comes into being, but always exists eternally. He is eternally begotten of the father.
This is not to say that the son was always Jesus. Jesus wasn't even given his name until he was eight days old. John clearly points out that the word "became flesh", and was given the name "jesus". It doesn't then follow that Jesus always existed. He clearly was born into this world, and died as well.
When a caterpillar becomes a butterfly, it is no longer a caterpillar. When zygote becomes a fetus, and then proceeds to become a child, adolescent, adult, etc., it is no longer a zygote. People tend to confuse the fact that when the word became flesh, it necessarily means that the word was not flesh prior to becoming flesh.
Jesus does not have an eternal existence, but the son does. Jesus begins his ministry by pointing out that one must deny themselves, and it is safe to assume he followed his own advice. Therefore the self denied, reveals the eternal son of God. The self denied loses its life for the sake of Christ. The biological life is discarded in favor of eternal life which is Christ.