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Cathetel is the Angel of the Garden. This generally refers to gardens where we grow our vegetables. But mythology would have it that an Entity enginered mankind as we know it and provided him with a place to flourish and experience all of life's joys, trials, and tribulations. As a product of engineering, is it possible that mankind has a secret manual, whereby, he can be put asleep, and studied, and even to have his damaged systems restored by seemingly miraculous means?

Angels have been sensed, and seen, and known to interact on many levels. They have been known to heal, and perform many other astounding miracles. The term has come to refer to all heavenly employees of God; whereas, the original angels were fundamentally a messengers.

     
     
     
  
        
  
  
  

A Angels

A'albiel an angel in the service of the archangel Michael.

Aariel "Lion of God." The name of an angel found inscribed on an Ophitic (Gnostic) amulet alongside the name of the god Iadalbaoth.

Aba An angelic luminary concerned with human sexuality and who may be invoked in cabalistic magickal rites. Aba serves as a ministering angel to Sarabotes (who is Friday ruler of the angels of the air). See Abalidoth.

Ababaloy An angel invoked in Solomonic incantation operations. Ababaloy is mentioned in the black magick manual, Grimorium Verum.

Abachta, Abagtha In rabbinic writings, one of the seven angels of confusion, the other six being Barbonah (Harbonah), Bigtha, Carcas, Biztha, Mehuman, and Zether. Abachta is also numbered among the "pressers of the winepress."

Abaddon The "destroyer". The Hebrew name for the Greek Apollyon, "angel of the bottomless pit," and the angel (or star) that binds Satan for 1,000 years. The Thanksgiving Hymns (a copy was also found in the Dead Sea Scrolls) tells of "the Sheol of Abaddon" and of the "torrents of Belial [that] burst into Abaddon." The 1st-century apocryphon. The Biblical Antiquities of Philo mentions Abaddon as a place (sheol, hell), not as a spirit or demon or angel. In Paradise Regained, Milton also uses Abaddon as a place-the pit. It appears to have been St. John who first personified the term to stand for an angel. In the 3rd-century Acts of Thomas, Abaddon is the name of a demon, or the devil himself. According to The Greater Key of Solomon, Abaddon is a name for God that Moses invoked to bring down the blighting rain over Egypt. The cabalist Gikatilla denotes Abaddon as the 6th lodge of the seven lodges of Hell (arka), under the presidency of the angel Pasiel. In The Messiah, Klopstock calls Abaddon "death's dark angel." A reference to Abaddon' "hooked wings" is found in Francis Thompson's poem "To the English Martyrs." {See Apollyon] Abaddon has also been identified as the angel of death and destruction, demon of the abyss, and chief of demons of the underworld hierarchy, where he is equated with Samael or Satan. In Magic and Alchemy, Abaddon is the "Destroying Angel of the Apocalypse." In Barrett's The Magus, Abaddon is pictured, in color, as one of the "evil demons." As a Demon.Abaddon In medieval myth the synonym for Hell and/or the ruler thereof, and in Revelations 9:7-11 it is the Christian angel of Hell. The Hebrew word abaddon means "place of destruction" (Job 26:8 and Psalm 88:11). Prior to its corruption by the Judeo-Christian tradition, "Abaddon" referred to the pit or cave that was used in mystery religions and schools as a rite of passage into the greater mysteries. Often, the experience would entail the use of ritual substances that put the aspirant into an altered state in which he or she could receive divine revelation. Because the experience was sometimes unpleasant, this rite came to be viewed as being "hellish." However, it was considered absolutely necessary so that the seeker may become pure enough to encounter the "mind of God."



Abagtha [Abachta]

Abalidoth A celestial luminary who, like the angel Aba, is concerned with human sexuality. Abalidoth is a minister-angel serving King Sarabotes, Friday ruler of the angels of the air.

Abalim, Arelim an order of angels known in Christian angelology as thrones. The equation is stated in The Magus thusly; "Thrones, which the Hebrew call Abalim, that is, great angels, mighty and strong." The chief intelligences (angels) are Zaphkiel and Jophiel.

Aban In ancient Persian lore, Aban is the angel of the month of October. He also governs the 10th day of October.

Abariel In ceremonial magick tracts, an angel used for invoking. The name Abariel is inscribed on the 2nd pentacle of the moon.

Abaros [Armaros]

Abasdarhon Supreme ruling angel of the 5th hour of the night.

Abathur Muzania, Abyatur Muzania In Mandaen cosmology, the uthra (angel) of the North Star. He presides over the scales in which the human soul is weighed at death. Ashriel and Monker (the Mohammedan black angel), are both credited with the same task.

Abay Invoked in cabalistic conjuring rites, this is an angel of the order of dominions (dominations).

Abbadon [Abaddon]

Abbadona A fallen angel, a seraph, the once chosen companion of the faithful Abdiel. Not wholly committed to the rebellion, he constantly bemoaned his apostasy, and thusly is called "the penitent angel." But according to Catholic doctrine a fallen angel cannot repent-for once an angel sins, he is "fixed eternally in evil".

Abbaton A name of God or a high holy angel invoked in Solomonic conjurations to command demons. Abbaton has the meaning of death and so Abbaton is Death and a guardian spirit of Hell.

Abdals "The Substitutes". In Islamic lore, the name given to the seventy mysterious spirits whose identities only God knows, and by whose operations the world continues to exist. Apparently the Abdals are not immortal, for when one dies, another is secretly appointed to replace him. Of the seventy, two score reside in Syria. Also known as "The Just" in Jewish folklore and as Lamas of India.

Abdia "Servant" The angel that appears on the external circle of the pentagram of Solomon. The Lemegeton lists Abdia in Figure 156. The listing does not mean necessarily that he is evil. Many good and great angels are listed thusly, just as there are many good and great angels in Hell, stationed there to serve a purpose-just as there are evil angels in some quarters of Heaven, such as the grigori.

Abdiel Servant of God" Angel of Faith, is first mentioned in the Bible where Abdiel is a mortal and resident of Gilead. He is said to be the angel who remains faithful to God during the rebel of the angels in heaven He forces out the rebel angels and attacks Satan himself with a 'mighty sword stroke. The earliest traceable reference to Abdiel as an angel is in a Jewish cabalistic work from the Middle Ages, written in rabbinic Hebrew, called The Book of the Angel Raziel (the authorship is credited to Eleazor of Worms). According to Paradise Lost, Abdiel is the "flaming seraph" who overthrows Ariel, Arioc, and Ramiel (angels listed among the rebel host) on the first day of fighting in Heaven. Satan himself reels from Abdiel' s "mighty sword stroke." In other literature, Milton hails him as "faithful only hee; among innumerable false, unmov'e,/Unshak'n, unseduc'd". It has been claimed, by West in Milton and the Angels, that Abdiel was an invention of Milton's, but then Professor West points out that Abdiel is to found in The Book of the Angel Raziel. In the biblical account found in I Chronicles, Abdiel is not an angel but a mortal, a Gedite, resident of Gilead. In Anatole France's fictional The Revolt of the Angels Abdiel is known as Arcade.

Abdizziel, Abdizuel According to the cabala, one of the twenty-eight angels ruling the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Abedumal, Berdrimulael An angel invoked in magickal prayer, according to the Grimorium Verum a goetic tract.

Abel "Meadow" In The Testament of Abraham, Abel is the angel "before whom every soul must appear for judgment after Enoch, the heavenly scribe, fetches the book containing the record of the soul in question." He is also among the angels of the 4th Heaven ruling on Lord's Day an invoked from the east.

Abelech, Helech Named in The Greater Key of Solomon as a name of God or of an angel invoked to command demons.

Abheiel One of the twenty-eight angels ruling the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Abiou Corresponding angel of Eiael.

Abiressia From Gnostic lore, Abiressia is one of the twelve powers created by the god Iadalbaoth.

Ablati From Solomonic magickal tracts, and angel invoked in the Uriel conjurations. He is one of the four words God spoke to Moses. The others were Josta, Agla, and Caila.

Aboezra An angel invoked in the benediction of Salt, Grimorium Verum. Also named in The Book of Ceremonial Magic as "the most holy Aboezra".

Abracadabra "I bless the dead". One of the three holy names invoked in the conjuration of the Sword. The word is one of the most ancient in magick; it derives from the Hebrew "ha brachah daharah" ("speak the blessing"). As an amulet or charm, inscribed on parchment, it is hung around the neck to ward off disease. The invocant, when chanting the word, reduces it letter by letter until only the final "A" is left.

This may be from the Hebrew Ab (Father), ben (Son), and ruach acadsch (Holy Spirit). Another possibility is that is from the first few letters of the Phoenician alphabet (A-Bra-Ca-Dabra) or from the name of an old disease demon. It could also be derived from the Aramaic avada kedavra, meaning, "may the thing be destroyed." The term is still used by modern-day conjurers. [See Abraxas]

Abrael [Abru-El]

Abragateh A spirit or angel invoked in Solomonic prayer by the Master of the Art.

Abramus [Abrimas]

Abrasiel An angel of the seventh hour of the day, operating under the ruler ship of Barginiel.

Abraxas, Abraxis, Abrasax, etc. According Gnostic theology, the Supreme Unknown; in Persian mythology, the source of 365 emanations. The name is often found engraved on gems and used as amulets, or for incantations. In the cabala, he is the prince of aeons. He is encountered in The Sword of Moses, The Book of the Angel Raziel, and other books of magick and mysticism. The older mythographers state that Abraxas is, or was, a demon, and placed with the Egyptian gods. He is the mirror image of Amon. The word "abracadabra" is supposedly derived from Abraxas. Originally it was a word expressing, in gnostism, the aeons of creation; in a deeper sense it served as a term for God. It is said in Gnostic text that Abraxas was the archon-ruler of 365 Heavens, and acted as mediator between the animate creatures of the earth and the godhead. He is sometimes represented with having a cock-head.

Abrid An Angel of the summer equinox, effective especially as an amulet against the evil eye.

Abriel One of the angels of the order of dominations (dominions), invoked in cabalistic rites.

Abrimas An angel invoked at the close of the Sabbath.

Abru-El "Power of God". The Arabic equivalent for Gabriel.

Abrunael One of the twenty-eight angels ruling over the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Absinthium Latin form of Wormwood (herb).

Abtelmoluchos [Temeluch]

Abuhaza An angel ministering to Arcan, the ruler of the angels of the air on Monday. He is subject to the West Wind.

Abuionij In occult works, such as The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses, he is an angel serving in the 2nd Heaven.

Abuioiri, Abuioro A Wednesday angel residing either the 2nd or 3rd Heaven. He is invoked from the north.

Abuliel In Jewish occult lore, an angel in charge of transmission of prayer. The supreme angels of prayer are Akatriel, Metatron, Raphael, Sandalphon, Michael, and Sizouze. It is probable that Abuliel assists one of these.

Abuzohar One of the angels of the moon, serving on Monday and responds to invocations in ritual magick.

Acclamations One of three primary angelic hierarchies, each hierarchy being subdivided into three secondary hierarchies, one called voices and the other apparitions. [Rf. Robert Fludd, Utriusque cosmi majoris et minoris historia]

Achaiah "Trouble" From the cabala, one of the eight seraphim; the angel of patience and discoverer of the secrets of nature. His corresponding angel is Chous. Achaiah was a Roman province in the New Testament visited by Paul (Acts 18:12, 27).

Achamoth One of the aeons, a daughter of Pistis Sophia. According to Ophitic gnosticism, she is the mother of the evil god Ildabaoth.

Achartiel and Achathriel Angelic names inscribed on oriental charms (kameoth) for warding off evil.

Achazziel An angels who serves as an usher in the celestial court.

Acheliah An angel whose name is inscribed on the 1st pentacle of Venus.

Achides An angel whose name is inscribed on the 3rd pentacle of Venus.

Achsah In Solomonic conjurations, a benevolent spirit invoked in prayer by the Master of the Art.

Achtariel [Akatriel]

Achusaton One of the fifteen Throne angels.

Aciel According to Cornelius Agrippa, one of the seven underworld planetary sub-rulers, called Electors, serving under the over-lordship of Raphael.

Aclahaye Genius of gambling; also one of the genii of the 4th hour.

Acrabiel One of the angels governing the signs of the zodiac.

Adabiel One of the seven archangels according to The Hierarchy of the Blessed Angels. Possibly another name for Abdiel who has dominion over the planet Jupiter (some site Mars). He is occasionally identified with Zadkiel, and sometimes with Nergal, the king of Hades.

Adadiyah One of the over 100 names of Metatron.

Adam "Man" In The Book of Adam and Eve", Adam is called "the bright angel". In Enoch II, he is "second angel". When he was created, Adam reached from "the earth to the firmament." according to the midrash Bereshith Rabba. In the cabala, he is the 6th sephira Tiphareth ("beauty"), according to Pistorius. Rabbi Meier states, that Adam's dust was gathered from all parts of the earth. The Talmud records that Adam was originally androgynous and the exact image of God (Who was likewise considered androgynous). The Apocalypse of Moses has Adam whisked off to Heaven by Michael in a fiery chariot. Another legend has that he was fetched from Hell by Jesus and transported to Heaven along with the other "saints in chains." Yet another legend from the Revelation of Moses has Adam buried by four angels-Uriel, Gabriel, Raphael, and Michael. According to The Kabbaloah Unveiled, the ten sefiroth, in totality, represent the archetypal man, Adam Kadmon.

Adatiel An air spirit invoked in ritual magick.

Adeo An angel of the order of domination (dominions) invoked in magical rites.

Adernahael, Adnachiel The angel that was given the magick formula, found on an Ethiopian amulet, to cure colic and stomach ailments.

Adhaijijon Invoked in conjuring rites, he is an angel of the Seal.

Adhar One of the more than 100 names of the angel Metatron.

Adiel An angel guard of the 7th heavenly hall according to hechaloth lore.

Adimus At a church council in Rome in 745 C.E., Adimus was one of a half-dozen reprobated angels, the others including Uriel, Raguel, Simiel. From then on the bishops who invoked these angels (approved their veneration) were excommunicated. Also an angel of music.

Adir, Adiri, Adiron, Adi An angel invoked in conjuring operations by a progressive shortening of the name; also one of the many names for God. [See Adiririon]

Adireal "Magnificence of God" One of the 49 spirits, one exalted, now serving Beelzebub, sub-prince of Hell.

Adiriah An angel invoked in the benediction or exorcism of the Salt.

Adiriah An angel that resides in the 5th Heaven.

Adirir(i)on, Adir, Adriron Angelic chief of "the might of God" and a name for God. Adiririon is invoked as an amulet against the evil eye. He is said to be a guard stationed at one of the halls or palaces of the 1st Heaven. Adiririon may be equated with Adiriel. In Sefer Raziel, Adirion or Adiririon is a "trusty healing-God, in whose hands are the Heavenly and earthly households."

Adjuchas Genius of the rocks. Also one of the genii of the 11th hour.

Admael One of the seven archangels with dominion over the earth. Admael is stationed in the 2nd Heaven.

Adnachiel, Advahiel, Adernahael Angel of the month of November and rules over the sign of Sagittarius. Adnachiel alternates with Phaleg as ruler of the order of angels. Angel of Independence. This angel holds dominion over the sun sign Sagittarius. He inspires independence and honesty.

Adnai "Pleasure" An angel whose name is inscribed on the pentacle of Venus.

Adnarel "My lord is God" In Enoch writings one of the angelic rulers of winter.

Adoil "Hand of God" A primordial essence or divine creature of light summoned out of the invisible depths and who burst asunder. Out of Adoil came all things visible in the world. This occurred at the time Enoch was being shown around the ten Heavens. The name Adoil does not appear anywhere else than in Enoch II. This may be a modification of the egg theory of the universe in ancient Egyptian myth.

Adonael One of the seven archangels and the only angel who is able to defeat the demons of disease, Bobel (Bothothel) and Metathiax.

Adonaeth By invoking this angel, the demon Ichthion can be defeated.

Adonai, Adonay "God" Adonai is an angel invoked in the conjuration of Wax, in Solomonic magick rites, and in exorcisms of fire. One of the seven elohim or angels of the presence (creators of the universe) in Phoenician mythology. In Ophitic gnosticism, he is one of the seven angels generated by Ildabaoth "in his own image'" In the Old Testament, Adonai is another word for God, "When I have mercy on the world, I am Adonai."

Adonaios, Adonaiu, Adoneus In the Gnostic system, one of the seven archons or potentates that constitute the Hebdomad (rulers of the 7 Heavens). Also one of the twelve powers engendered by the god Ildabaoth.

Adoniel A chief officer angel of the 12th hour of the night, serving under Sarindiel. His name is on the 4th pentacle of Jupiter, along with the angel Bariel.

Adoth A cherub or seraph used in magickal rites.

Adoyahel One of the fifteen ministering Throne angels listed in the cabala.

Adrael "My help is God" An angel that serves in the 1st Heaven.

Adrai An angel invoked during the ceremony of Ink and Colors.

Adrapen A chief angel of the 9th hour of the night, serving under Nacoriel.

Adriel "My help is God" One of the twenty-eight angels ruling the twenty-eight mansions of the moon. He is one of the angelic guards of the gates of the South Wind and of the East Wind. Adriel may also be an angel of death: he will"in the last days slay all souls then living."

Adrigon One of the more than 100 names of Metatron.

Aduachiel [Adnachiel]

Advachiel [Adnachiel]

Aebel One of the three ministering angels who were appointed to serve Adam. The other two are Shetel and Anush.

Aeglum Genius of lightning and one of the genii of the 11th hour.

Aeon In gnosticism, it is a celestial power of high order. A term used to designate the first created being(s), with Abraxis as head; also an emanation of God, to be compared with the sephira. According to Basilides, since Creation there have been 365 aeons (other sources list 8,12,24, and 30), principal among them, apart from Abraxis, being female personification of wisdom (Pistis Sophia) and male personification of power (Dynamis). Before the 6th century and the Dionysian hierarchic system, the aeons were counted among the ten angelic orders; they were personified by the 3rd century Hippolytus as: Bythios, Mixis, Ageratos, Henosis, Autophyes, Hedone, Akinetos, Nonogenes, and Macaria. "The aeons are the hypostatized thoughts of God," emanated as pairs, male and female, and "taken together form the pleroma or fullness of God." There is a legend of a proud aeon, probably Abraxis, who mirrored himself in chaos and became lord of the world.

Aeshma The basis for Asmodeus. In Persian mythology, he is one of the seven archangels (Aamesha Spentas). The name is derived from the Zend Aeshmo Daeva (the demon Aeshma). Af "Anger" One of the angels of destruction, a prince of wrath and ruler over the death of mortals. With Hemah, he once swallowed Moses up to his "circumcised membrum," but had to expel him when Moses' wife, Zipporah, circumcised her son Gershom, appeasing God's wrath at Moses having forgotten the covenantly rite. Af is in the 7th Heaven and is 500 parasangs tall. He is "forged out of chains of black and red fire."

Afafiel In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall.

Afarof [Afriel]

Af Bri An angel who favors the Israelites and who controls the rain.

Affafniel A wrathful angel, the prince of sixteen faces, four on each side of his head, that constantly change their aspect.

Afriel In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 5th heavenly hall. Angel of Youth Afriel encourages newness and exploration, offering guidance to those who dare new thoughts. He inspires our spirits with hope, promise and a belief in the ideals of youth.

Afsi-Khof An angel who governs the month of Av (July/August).

Aftemelouchos According to legend an angel of torment who, in Heaven, carries a fork of fire on the river of fire.

Aftiel An angel of the twilight.

Agad An angel of the order of powers.

Agaf An angel of destruction invoked in ceremonial rites at the close of the Sabbath.

Agalmaturod A most holy angel invoked in magickal procedures.

Agason An angelic spirit invoked in Solomonic conjurations as "thy Most Holy Name Agason."

Agathodaemon In gnosticism, "the seven-voweled serpent (seraph), the Christ." Originating from the Egyptian serpent Agathodaimon, the good spirit, as opposed to Kakadaimon, the evil spirit. Agathodaemon has also been designated a guardian angel or genius and identified with Hermes. "the bringer of good, the angel standing by the side of Tyche."

Agbas In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 4th heavenly hall.

Agiel An angel of the 1st pentacle of Mercury. He is the presiding intelligence of Saturn, acting in concert with Zazel.

Agkagdiel In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall.

Agla An angel of the Seal invoked in incantations of the Reed; also invoked in Monday conjurations addressed to Lucifer. In rites of exorcism, he is a magic word for use against demons. Agla is a name of God used by Joseph when he was delivered from his brothers. It is a combination of the first letters of the four Hebrew words meaning "Thou art forever mighty, O Lord" (atha gadol leolam Adonai).

Agmatia An angel of unknown origin, mentioned in Scholem, Jewish Gnosticism, Merkabah Mysticism, and Talmundic Tradition.

Agreas [Agares]

Agromiel An angelic guard of the 6th Heaven.

Aha An angel of the order of dominations (dominions); a spirit of fire used in cabalistic magick.

Ahabiel An angel invoked in love charms.

Ahadiel An angel that enforces the law.

Ahadiss The angel that has control over the month of Heschwan (October-November).

Ahaha An angel of the Seal used in magick.

Ahaij A spirit of Mercury, invoked during ritual magick.

Ahamniel One of the chief angel-princes of the Sword.

Ahaniel One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Ahariel Ruler of the 2nd day serving under Gabriel.

Ahassior Ruler of the month of Tebet (December-January).

Ahaviel An angel to inscribe on a charm to ward off evil.

Ahiel "Brother of God" One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels. Also an assistant to Qaphsiel (Kafsiel), ruler of the 7th day.

Ahjma'il An Arabic guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism.

Ahura [Asuras]

Ahzariel An angel to inscribe on a charm to ward off evil.

Aiavel One of the seventy-two angels that govern the signs of the zodiac.

Aiel An angels who is one of the "fiery triplicities" and resides in the 4th Heaven. He is summoned from the North. An angel of the air, ruler on the `Lord's Day' (Sunday) and governor of the sign of Aries.

Ailoaios Ruler of the 2nd gate "leading to the aeon of the archons." Aisthesis, Thelesis "Freewill" A great luminary emanated from the divine will.

Akat(h)riel Yah Yehod Sebaoth, Achtariel, Aktriel, Ketheriel, Yehadriel One of the great crown judgment princes places over all the other angels. He is equated with the "angel of the Lord," a term used frequently in the Old Testament for God Himself. Elisha ben Abuya, one of the four sages that visited Heaven during their lifetime details thusly: "When I ascended into Paradise, I beheld Akatriel JHWH, Lord of Hosts, at the entrance, and 120 myriads of ministering angels surround him." According to the Cabala, Akatriel is the name of the godhead as manifested on the throne of Glory. In an 8th-century apocalyptic account dealing with Akatriel, Metatron appears once or twice in his place.

Aker One of the nine angels that will rule/judge "at the end of the world."

Akram(m)achamrei In the Coptic Pistis Sophia this spirit is first among a triad that is "standing high in the Gnostic hierarchy of deities; master of the heavenly firmaments," and is invoked for magick rites (curses). Because his depiction is as a sun god, Akramachamarei "could be interpreted as a representation of the anger of Ariel.:

Ak(h)Raziel "Herald of God" Another form of Raziel or Galizur. He is the angel of proclamation and guard of the last gate of Heaven. He is the angel that revealed to Adam the divine mysteries. When Moses' death was sealed and he pleaded for a longer life, Akraziel announced that the prayer was not to ascend to Heaven.

Akteriel, Akathriel A great angel who was summoned by Sandalphon to reveal how Sammael, prince of evil, could be subdued. Nothing fruitful came of the mission even with the benefit of the advice of Metatron.

Akzariel An angel to inscribe on a charm to ward off evil.

Aladiah One of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.

Alaliyah One of the more than 100 names of Metatron.

Alamaqanael One of the guards at the gate of the West Wind.

Alat In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall.

Alazaion "A most holy angel of God" Invoked for magickal rites, especially the invocations for the rites of the Reed.

Albim A guard at the gates of the North Wind.

Albrot One of the three holy names invoked in the conjuration of the Sword.

Alcin A guard at the gates of the West Wind.

Alfatha An angel who has dominion over the north. Two others that also have dominion are Gabriel and Chairoum.

Alimiel One of the five chora or intelligences of the first altitude along with Gabriel, Barachiel, Ledes, and Helison. He is also one of the seven guards of the veil of the 7th Heaven. Equated with Dumahel.

Alimon A great angel prince who, when invoked protects the invocant from gunshot wounds and from sharp instruments. Reivtip and Tafthi assist him.

Almira The "master and chief of invisibility" in ceremonial magick, but an adept must usually have the magick ring of Gyges to effect contact.

Al Moakkibat [Moakkibat]

Almon In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 4th heavenly hall.

Alphariza, Aphiriza One of the chora or intelligences of the second altitude.

Alphun The angel of doves and governor of the 8th hour.

Alpiel According to Hebrew mysticism, an angel or demon that rules over fruit trees.

Altarib An angel that may be summoned in magickal rites and has dominion over winter.

Al Ussa In pagan Arab mythology, a female angel. Her idol was destroyed by order of Mohammed.

Al Zabamiya In the Koran a term signifying angelic guards serving in Hell. There are nineteen of them.

Amabael An angel who has dominion over winter.

Amabiel An angel of the air on Tuesdays and the intelligence of Mars. He is also one of the luminaries "concerned with human sexuality."

Amaliel Angel of punishment and weakness.

Amamael In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 3rd heavenly hall.

Amarlaii, Amarlia An angel invoked for the curing of coetaneous disease. From the land of Sodom.

Amaros [Armaros]

Amarzyom One of the fifteen throne angels.

Amatiel One of the four angels with dominion over spring.

Amatliel In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 3rd heavenly hall.

Amator A "holy angelic named" used in conjuring only after proper investment.

Amazaroc [Amezyarak]

Amber The term amber, is taken to mean "by the ancient Hebrews, the fire-speaking being, belonging to an angelic genus, just as cherubim, seraphim, etc., denotes a distinct class of angels."

Ambriel A prince of the order of thrones and angel of the month of May. Chief officer of the 12th hour of the night and one of the zodiac rulers with dominion over Gemini. His name is inscribed on amulets to ward off evil. Ambriel is an angel sited for conjuring under the 7th seal of Mars. Angel of Communications Ambriel is affectionately guiding the human race toward a consciousness of inner truth. Traditionally Ambriel is a protective angel

Ameratat, Ameretat The angel of immortality according to early Persian lore. He is one of the celestial powers (the Amesha Spentas) in the Zoroastrian system. Some scholars have equated Mohammed Marut (a Koranic fallen angel) with the Persian Ameratat.

Amertati An angel in Arabic lore; also called Mordad.

Amesha Spentas "Holy, immortal ones"-amshahpands The Zoroastrian equivalents of the Judeao-Christian archangels. Usually six in number, but sometimes seven, they exercise dominion over the planets. The Amesha Spentas are also said to be the Persian prototype of the cabalistic sefiroth. In their highest occult meaning they became (or originally were) the noumenal Sravah. As in the case of the sefiroth, which have their evil counterpart, so they have (or had) their opposites in the great demons or daevas, headed by Anra Mainya (Ahriman). The six "holy immortal ones" were: Armazd (chief); Ameratat (immortality); Ar(a)maiti (holy harmony, who was female); Asha (righteousness); Haurvatat (salvation); Kahathra Vairya (rulership); Vohumanah (good thought). There was also a seventh: S(a)raosha. In The Dabistan there are others recorded, with four of them said to have been "closest to the just God." They are: Bahman, Ardibahist, Azarkhudad, Azargushtasp. The six evil archangels were Tauru, Zairicha, Khudad, Murdad, and two others.

Amezyarak, Amazarec, Semyaza In Enoch I, an angel who taught conjurors and root cutters there are. He was on of two hundred (or one of the leaders of two hundred) who descended to earth to cohabit with the daughters of men. In some place (in the Greek version) Semyaza is in place of Amezyarak. The History of Magic differentiates Amazarec (Amezyarak) from Semyaza in the listing of the apostate angels.

Amhiel An angel's name to inscribe on an amulet to ward off evil.

Amicar Another name for God invoked in prayer at Vesting. It is not unusual for many angels, especially those of the highest rank, to be invoked when `black magick' is the operation.

Amides An angel also invoked in prayers at Vesting.

Amilfaton In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall.

Amisiel An angel of the 5th hour, serving under Sazquiel.

Amisiyah One of the more than 100 names of Metatron.

Amisor One of the great angels invoked in Solomonic magickal rites during fumigation.

Amitiel The angel of truth-invoked as an amulet. Michael and Gabriel are also such angels. In rabbinic accounts of when God proposed the creation of man, the angels of truth and of peace , and other angels opposed the idea. For this, these angels were burned. Angel of Truth Amitiel is responsible for assisting with realizing the various levels of truth. She encourages us to find the truth in our desires and experiences and to use these truths as learning experiences rather than to be in denial.

Amiziras [Amezyarak]

Ammiel "People of God." The angel of the 4th hour serving under Vachmiel. According to The Lemegeton", he is also the angel of the 7th hour of the night, serving under Mendrion.

Amnixiel One of the twenty-eight angels that rule over the twenty-eight mansions of the moon. He is also mentioned as an extra in the list of the seven Electors of Hell, thus making him a fallen angel at the very least.

Amnodiel One of the twenty-eight angels that rule over the twenty-eight mansions of the moon. Like Amnixiel, he is also mentioned as an extra in the list of the seven Electors of Hell.

Amnoias The Gnostic Paraphrase of Shem names Amnoise as one of the mysterious entities to whom the secrets of Creation were revealed.

Ampharool Presides over instant travel and comes when invoked by name. Solomon called this angel "king of the genii of flying."

Amra'il A guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism according to Arabic lore.

Amriel [Ambriel]

Amshashpands [Amesha Spentas]

Amtiel In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 3rd heavenly hall.

Amudiel One listed on the list of the seven Electors of Hell.

Amuhael X An angel called during conjuring rites.

Amwak'il A guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism according to Arabic lore.

Anabiel An angel invoked in magick rites to cure stupidity.

Anabona The name of the angel or spirit "by which God formed man and the whole universe." It is believed that this is the name Moses heard when he received the Ten Commandments on Mt. Sinai.

Anabotas, Arabonas An angel invoked during magickal rites.

Anachiel On of the angels of the 3rd pentacle of Saturn. According to some he is the governing angel of Saturn. Orifel is sometimes substituted for him.

Anael, Haniel, Hamiel, Onoel, Ariel, etc. One of the seven angels of Creation, chief of principalities, prince of archangels, and ruler of Friday. He has dominion over Venus. He is one of the luminaries concerned with human sexuality. Governor of the second Heaven, hence he is in charge of prayer ascending from the first Heaven. Angel of Romantic Love Anael influences love, passion and romance. Also traditionally considered to hold dominion over the element of air and an angel of health and life.

Anafiel, Anaphiel, Anpiel "Branch of God"-chief of the eight great angels of the Merkabah; keeper of the keys of the heavenly halls; chief seal bearer; prince of water. According to legend, Metatron (angel of the divine face) was to punished, it was Anafiel that was designated by God to flog His favorite angel with sixty lashes of fire. 3 Enoch states that it was Anafiel that brought Enoch to Heaven n the first place, Enoch was then transformed into Metatron. In Hechaloth Rabbati when Anafiel is compared with the Creator, he is identified as Metatron.

Anahel A prince of angels of the 3rd Heaven, but served in the 4th Heaven and a guard of the gate of the West Wind.

Anai A name written "in the characters of Malachim" and invoked to command demons.

Anaireton, Amereton One of the "high, holy angels" invoked in magickal rites, specifically in the conjuration of Ink and Colors, and the invocation or exorcism of Salt.

Anaitis [Anahita] Anahita - Angel of Fertility Anahita is a female angel whose reverence is to keep the earth and all of nature fruitful. She grants fulfillment so that we may harvest the dreams that we have worked hard for.

Anak Singular form of Anakim.

Anakim(-enim?) "Giants" The offspring of fallen angels and mortal women. The angels Uzza and Azael have been singled out as having begotten children. The original name of the Anakim was nefilim. The Anakim supposedly "touched the sun with their necks." This is consistent with the view expressed in rabbinic and Islamic text, that angels reached from Heaven to earth-just as Adam did when he was first formed, and as Israfel did or does.

Anamelech [Adramelech], Adramelechk - Angel of Fire One of two throne angels. He is referred to as both a heavenly angel of the Assyrians and a fallen angel

Ananchel, Ananehel "Grace of God" The angel sent to Esther to give her favor in the eyes of the Persian king Ahasuerus. Angel of Grace Ananchel means 'grace of God', and she is here to offer us the experience of an open heart allowing the love of God to pour in. She awaits to bathe us in a state of ecstasy, when every cell in our body sings praises to God and every thought is turned Homeward in thanksgiving. Ananchel provides the state of grace which allows the angels to fill us with love, inspiration, wisdom and rapture. Ananchel assisted the Archangel Gabriel when Mary was visited and provided with the remembrance of her mission by surrounding Mary with a state of grace.

Ananel, Anani, Hananel, Khananel Regarded as both good and evil. As an evil angel he is said to have descended from Heaven to Mt. Hermon and brought sin to mankind.

Ananiel One of the guards of the gate of the South Wind.

Anaphaxeton, Anaphazeton, Arpheton, Hipeton, Oneipheton A holy angel invoked in magickal rites. Anaphaxeton is the name when correctly pronounced will cause the angels to summon the whole universe before the bar of justice on Judgment Day. He is also invoke in the exorcism of Water.

Anaphiel [Anafiel]

Anapion An angel of the 7th hour of the night, serving under Mendrion.

Anas "and God sent two angels, Sihail and Anas, and the four Evangelist to take hold of the fever-demons, twelve of them and all female, and beat them with fiery rods." [Rf. 12th-century manuscript in the British Museum.] Sihail may be another form of Mihail (Michael) and Anas a form for St. Anne, mother of Mary, turned into an angel.

Anataniel A' One of the angel princes of the hosts of X.

Anauel An angel who protects commerce, bankers, commission brokers and the like. Corresponding angel is Aseij. Angel of Prosperity Anauel holds dominion over success and prosperity. She inspires a willingness to gladly share our wealth with others.

Anayz An angel of Monday who resides in the 1st Heaven. He is invoked from the South.

Anazachia An angle of the 3rd pentacle of Saturn.

Anazimur One of the 7 throne angels of the 1st Heaven. They "execute the commands of the potestates."

Ancor An angel invoked in the conjuration of the Reed. Also another name for God in prayers at Vestment.

Andas In occult writings he is represented as one of the ministering angels to Varcan, a king who rules the angels of the air on Sunday. Andas is located at the outer perimeter of the magick circle during the incantation of angels for the 1st planetary hour of Sunday.

Aneb An angel ruler of an hour with the aspect "Dieut Clement."

Anepaton, Anapheneton A high, holy angel used in invocation rings.

Anereton, Anaireton A high, holy angel invoked in Solomonic rites.

Anfial One of the sixty-four wardens of the seven celestial halls.

Anfiel, Anafiel "Branch of God" A guard of the 4th Heaven. See also Margouliath. Anfiel's crown "branches out to cover the Heaven with divine majesty." He is head and chief of the porters and seal-bearers of the seven Heavens.

Angerecton A great angel invoked in magickal rites specifically in the invocation at fumigation.

Angromainyus An early form of Ahriman, in the Zoroastrian system, the equivalent of the Judeo-Christian Satan, except he is not a fallen angel and not subject to the over-lordship of God. He is God's opposite and opponent from the beginning (in Persian lore). In the Zend-Avesta, Angromainyus, pregnant with death, he leaps from Heaven in the form of a serpent. He tries to deceive Zoroaster (Zarathustra) and to cause him to rebel against Ahura Mazda (the sovereign power), but fails.

Aniel, Haniel One of the guards of the gate of the West Wind.

Anihi'el One of the princes appointed to the Sword.

Animastic, the Animated An order of angels, "blessed souls which, by the Hebrews, is called issim, that is, nobles, lords and princes," according to Voltaire in his "Of Angels, Genii and Devils." A presiding angel of the order referred to as "the soul of the Messiah, Merattron, soul of the world." Also referred to as the ruling or guardian angel of Moses.

Anixiel One of the twenty-eight angels governing the twenty-eight mansion of the moon.

Aniyel [Anafiel]

Annael An alternate spelling for Aniel or Anael.

Annauel One of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.

Anpiel, See Anfiel An angel in charge of the birds. He resides in the 6th Heaven, where he supervises the seventy gates. With seventy crown, he crowns all prayers the ascends to heaven then transmits the prayers to the 7th Heaven for further sanctification.

Ansiel "the constrainer" An angel invoked in magickal rites.

Antiel An angel's name to inscribe on an amulet to ward off evil.

Antiquelis [Aniquel]

Anunna In Akkadian theology, they are "angels who are almost always terrestrial spirits."

Anush One of the three ministering angels (along with Aebel and Shetel) appointed to serve Adam.

Apar or Aparsiel An angel in the service of Sadqiel, ruler of the 5th day.

Apharoph, Apholph, Afarof An angel identified with Raphael and believed to be "the only true name of God."

Aphiriza [Alphariza]

Aphredon In Gnostic text, a great celestial entity dwelling in the Pleroma with his Twelve Just Ones. He is a ruler of the Invisible.

Apollion, Appolyon, Apollyon, also Appoloin, The Greek form for the Hebrew Abaddon, meaning "destroyer." In Revelation 9:11 Apollion is the angel of the bottomless pit. In Revelation 20:1 he "laid hold of the dragon, that old serpent, which is the Devil, and Satan, and bound him a thousand years." According to this, Apollion is a holy (good) angel. The servant and messenger of God; but in the occult and noncanonical writings, he is evil-as in Biblical Antiquities of Philo and the 3rd-century The Acts of Thomas. The term also applies to Hell. In Pilgrim's Progress Apollion is the devil, described thusly; "clothed with scales like a fish and wings like a dragon, feet like a bear, and out of his belly came fire and smoke." The exegete Volter identifies Apollion with Ahriman (the Persian devil). Angel of DestructionThis angel is considered a heavenly and fallen angel. His name means 'destroyer'. He said to be the angel who watches over the opening of hell's pit, waiting for Satan, so he may seize, bind and throw him into the bottomless pit. He was overthrown by Uriel and Raphael in combat.

Apragsin, Apragsih A divine messenger appointed to the Sword. He is also known as Assi Asisih.

Apsinthus [Wormwood]

Apsu In Babylonian theology, Apsu is a female (?) angel of the abyss; "father" of the Babylonian gods as well as "wife" of Tamat. Apsu is finally slain by his (her) son Ea.

Anputel An invocation angel named in The Greater Key of Solomon and the name that a priest wears on his breast when entering the holy of holies. The name is reputed to have the power of reviving the dead when properly pronounced. When engraved on items of gold or brass it loosens every form of evil.

Aqrab An angel used for conjuring in Arabic mythology.

Aquachai, Aqua A holy name used in magick to command demons.

Arabonas A spirit invoked in prayer by the Master of the Art.

Araciel [Araqiel]

Arad An Indo-Persian angel who is the protector of religion and science.

Araebel An angel of the 6th hour serving under Samil.

Arael, Ariel "One of the spirits which the rabbis of the Talmud made prince over the people of the birds." Angel of Nature Meaning 'lion of God', he is among the seven angels who rule the waters and is called "Earth's great Lord." He assists Raphael in the cure of disease. In Gnostic lore, he is an angel of the winds.

Arafiel One of the angelic princes representing "the divine strength, majesty, and power."

Aralim [Erelim]

Aramaiti, Armaiti One of the six Amesha Spentas representing holy harmony.

Araphiel "Neck of God" One the guardians of the second hall of the 7th Heaven. "When Araphiel H', the prince, sees Asrulyu, the prince, he removes the crown of glory from his head and falls on his face," in obeisance.

Arariel, Azareel, Uzziel(?) Curer of stupidity and one of the seven with dominion over the earth, specifically the waters. Fishermen for luck in their catch invoke him.

Araita, Araritha A name inscribed on a sigil in connection with Solomonic magick to command demons. If inscribed on a gold plate, the invocant is assured he will not die a sudden death. Araritha is considered the "verbum inenarrable", the ineffable word/name of God.

Arasbarasbiel An angelic guard of the 6th Heaven.

Arasek A form of Nisroc.

Arathiel A chief angel of the 1st hour of the night, serving under Gamiel.

Arathron, Aratron First of the Olympian spirits governing Saturn; he rules forty-nine of the 196 Olympian Provinces. He teaches alchemy, magick, and medicine, and is able to make a person invisible. Arathron can also cause barren women to become fertile.

Arauchia An angel inscribed on the 3rd pentacle of Saturn.

Arayekael One of the angel princes appointed to the Sword.

Arbatel A "revealing" angel.

Arbgdor An angel that governs one of the months(?).

Arbiel An angel serving Anael, ruler of the 6th day.

Arcan King of the angels of the air, ruler of Monday. His ministers are Bilet, Missabu and Abuhaza.

Archan An angel with dominion over the lower rays of the moon.

Archana An angel of the 5th pentacle of Saturn.

Archarzel An angel invoked in ritual magick by the Master of the Arts.

Archer Along with Ssakmakiel, a governing spirit of Aquarius.

Arciciah An angel of earth.

Ardarel The angel of fire.

Ardefiel, Ardesiel One of the twenty-eight angels governing the twenty-eight mansion of the moon.

Ardibehist In ancient Persia, the angel of the month of April. Ardibehist governs the 3rd day of the month.

Ardouisur, Arduisher "Giver of living water" In Zoroastrianism, she is a ized (cherub). Among her attributes is the making of females prolific and giving them easy childbirth, and supplying them with breast milk.

Ardour, Ardur An angel ruling the month of Tammuz (June-July).

Arehanah An angel of the 3rd pentacle of Saturn.

Arel An angel of fire that is invoke for magickal rites. He is of the 7th pentacle of the sun. Arel(l)im [Erelim]

Arfiel An angel guard of the 2nd Heaven. Also another name for Raphael.

Argeniton An angel mentioned in Historia Religionis Veterum.

Arghiel An angel invoked for magick rites.

Arhum Hii, Rhum In Mandaean lore one of the malki (uthri, angels) of the North Star.

Arias An angel who rules over sweet smelling herbs. In the occult, he is regarded as a demon and is one of the twelve marquises of Hell.

Ariel, Arael, Ariael "Lion of God" He is pictured as lion-headed. Cornelius Agrippa says:"Ariel is the names of an angel, sometimes also a demon, and of a city, whence called Ariopolis, where the idol is worshipped." In The Hierarchy of the BlessŠd Angels, Ariel ranks as one of the seven princes who rule the waters and is "Earth's great Lord". Jewish mystics used Ariel as a poetic name for Jerusalem. In the Bible the name indicates a man, a city (Isaiah 29), and an altar. In occult works Ariel is the "3rd archon of the winds." He also assists Raphael in the curing of disease. In the Coptic Pistis Sophia Ariel is in charge of punishment in the lower world, corresponding to Ur of the Mandaean. In The Testament of Solomon he controls demons. In Gnostic lore he is ruler of the winds and identified with Ialdabaoth as an older name for this god. In practical cabala he is regarded as originally of the order of virtues. A connection was seen by Sayce between Ariel and the Arelim (Erelim), the valiant ones spoken of in Isaiah 33:7, an order of angels equated with the order of thrones.

Arioc, Ariukh, Oriockh In Jewish lore, a guardian angel of the offspring of Enoch appointed to preserve his writings. In Genesis, Arioc is the name of an executioner.

Arkhas From the invisible depths God summoned Arkhas "firm and heavy and very red" and commands this primordial spirit to be divided. When Arkhas divided himself, "the world came forth, very dark and great, bringing the creation of all things below." This account of the formation (not the creation) of the earth is found in Enoch II.

Armaita, Aramaiti, Armaiti She is the spirit of truth, wisdom, and goodness who became incarnate and visited the earth "to help the good." One of the six or seven Amesha Spentas of Persian mythology. Angel of Truth An angel who instills truth, goodness and wisdom to the human heart.

Armas An angel invoked in magick ritual at the close of the Sabbath.

Armasa "The great lord" An angel in Aramaic incantations.

Armaziel, Armisael? A Gnostic entity.

Armesi An angel of the 10th hour of the day, serving under Oriel.

Armesiel An angel of the 4th hour of the night, serving under Jefischa.

Armiel An angel of the 11th hour of the night, serving under Dardariel.

Armimas, Armimimas An angel invoked at the close of the magick rites on the Sabbath.

Armisael The angel of the womb. The Talmud recommends that, to ease confinement, one should recite Psalm 20 nine times, but if this does not improve the effications then try the following incantation: "I conjure you, Armisael, angel who governs the womb, that you help this woman and the child in her body.."

Armogen [Harmozey]

Arphugitonos According to the Revelation of Esdras one of the nine angels who will rule at the end of the world.

Arsyalalyur An angel sent to Enoch with a message from God. Also to Lamech's son Noah to warn him of the coming flood. The name is an amalgamation of Israel and Uriel.

Aratkifa An archangel in Enochian lore.

Aruru In Sumerian mythology a female messenger of the gods who created man from clay and was the mother of Gilgamesh.

Arvial, Avial A guard in the 4th Heaven.

Arzal, Arzel One of the four angels of the east who are invoked for the secret wisdom of the Creator.

Asac(h) An angel invoked in magickal prayer.

Asacro, Asarca An angel invoked in prayer and black magick rites.

Asaliah An angel of the order of virtues, under Raphael. He has dominion over justice. He is one of the seventy-two angels bearing the mystical name of God Shemhamphorae.

Asamkis In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall.

Asaph, Asaf The nighttime leader of the hosts of angels that chant the hymns to God-just as the angel Heman leads them in the morning, and Jeduthun leads in the evening. Psalms 50 and 73-83 are ascribed to Asaph.

Asariel "Whom God has bound" (oath). One of the twenty-eight angels governing the twenty-eight mansion of the moon.

Asasiah One of the more than 100 names of Metatron.

Asasiel One of the ruling angels of Thursday and a presiding spirit of Jupiter.

Asath, Asach An angel invoked in Solomonic magick.

Asbogah [Azbugay YHWH]

Ascobai An angel summoned in the exorcism of Wax.

Asentacer Corresponding angel for Lelahel.

Aseu Corresponding angel for Anauel.

Asfa'el "God adds" A luminary of one of the months and "head of thousands". He has also been referred to as a "chiliarch who has to do with the intercalary day under one of the four leaders.". He is said to be an inversion of Hilujaseph or Joseph-el.

Ashael X An invocation angel mentioned in The Sword of Moses.

Asha Vahishta An archangel of righteousness and one of the Amesha Spentas.

Ashkanizkael In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall.

Ashmedai, Ashmodai, Asmod‚e, Asmadaai, Asmodeus, Chammaday, Sydonay In rabbinic lore a messenger of God as so an angel. On the other hand, being an opponent of Solomon and ruler of the south, with 66 legions of spirits, he is generally regarded as evil. Some sources go as far as to identify him as the serpent that seduced Eve. Good or evil, angel or demon, he is not considered harmful. He has been characterized as a cherub, "prince of sheddim," and "the great philosopher." Ashmodiel In the occult, an angel governing the sign of Taurus.

Ashraud In The Greater Key of Solomon, he is a "prince over all the angels and Caesars."

Ashriel, Azrael, Azriel, Azariel "Vow of God" One of the seven that have dominion over the earth. He separates the soul from the body at death, and is invoked to cure stupidity.

Ashrulyn, Ashrulyai, Asrulyn "Who causes to dwell" One of the twenty names of the god head, residing in the 1st Heaven. A great angelic prince, one of the sarim of the Torah, and president of the institute of learning.

Ashu [Sirushi]

Asiel "Created of God" In Esdra IIThe Testament of Solomon he is a fiend who detects thieves and can reveal hidden treasure. His name may also be used in talismans to protect against sudden death.

Asimon, Atimon An angel listed in Malache Elyon.

Asimor According to hechaloth teachings, one of the seven angelic princes of power. The others are: Kalmiya, Boel, Psachar, Gabriel, Sandalphon, and Uzziel.

Asiyah [Assiah]

Asmodal An angel in the exorcism of Wax.

Asmodel In ceremonial magick he has domino over the month of April and ruler of the sign of Taurus (Tual, Hamabiel). He was once of the order of cherubim, but now is a demon of punishment. The cabala lists him as one of the ten evil sefiroth. Angel of Patience Dominion angel over the sign of Taurus. Inspires patience, practicality and physical comfort.

Asrafil In Arabic legends, the angel of the last judgment. De Plany called him a "terrible angel" and included him as a demon in his Dictionnaire Infernal.

Asriel X, Asrael X "Vow of God" Chief of the sixty-tree guardians of the Seven Heavens. An invocation angel in hechaloth teachings.

Asron One of the guards of the gates of the East Wind.

Assad An angel invoked in Arabic magick.

Assafsisiel In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall.

Assarel In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 4th heavenly hall.

Asser Criel According to The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses an unutterable name of a spirit engraved on the breastplate of Moses and Aaron, which prevents a sudden death.

Assi Asisih A messenger sent to man of the Lord's Sword.

Assiel An angel of healing.

Assimonem Angels that are invoked to command demons to confer the gift of invisibility.

Astachoth, Astrachios, Astroschio An angel invoked in the exorcism of Water.

Astad According to ancient Persian teachings, the angel of the 26th day of each month. He is found at the 64th gate (of the 100 gates) of Paradise.

Astagna, Astrgna An angel who rules on Tuesday and is invoked from the west. He resides in the 5th Heaven.

Astaniel One of the chief princes appointed to the Sword.

Astanphaeus, Astaphaeus, Astaphai, Astaphaios In gnostism, one of the seven elohim of the presence. In the Ophitic system he is call Hebdomad-one of the seven potentates/archons engendered by the god Ildabaoth "in his own image." He is also sited as the lord of the 3rd gate and it is said that his name derives from the art of magick. He is also sited as one of the seven sons of Sydik (Melchisedec). However, the name is claimed to be a variant of Satan. Astanphaeus is a primordial power in Phoenician theology. In The Gnostics and Their Remains it is sited that he is "the Jewish angel of the planet Mercury" and of Magian origin.

Astel A spirit of the planet Saturn.

Asteraoth One of the seven planetary rulers; an angel who overcame one of the demonesses summoned by King Solomon, called Powers.

Astiro The corresponding angel of Mehiel.

Astachios, Astachoth An angel invoked in the exorcism of the Water. Also called Herachio.

Astrompsuchos, Etrempsuchos, Stempsuchos Found in Bodleian text, he is a celestial guardian of one of the Seven Heavens. Hippolytus gives the name as one of the powers worshipped by the Peratae.

Astrgna [Astagna]

Astrocon Angel of the 8th hour of the night, serving under Narcoriel.

Astroniel Angel of the 9th hour of the night, serving under Vadriel.

Ata'il A guardian angel invoked for exorcism in Arabic magick.

Ataliel, Atliel One of the twenty-eight angels governing the twenty-eight mansion of the moon.

Ataphiel An angel who supports heaven with three fingers.

Atar "Fire" in Zend and Sanskrit. A Zoroastrian angel of fire and leader of the celestial beings called Yazatas.

Atarniel [Atrugiel]

Atarph Corresponding angel of Hahaiah.

Atatiyah A secret name of Michael or Metatron.

Atel An angel of the 4th Heaven and of the air ruling on Sunday and invoked from the east.

Atembui Corresponding angel of Mumiah.

Aterchinis Corresponding angel of Teiazel.

Aterestin A most holy name invoked for the discovery of hidden treasure.

Athamas An angel invoked in during the magick of the Ink and Color.

Atheniel One of the twenty-eight angels governing the twenty-eight mansion of the moon.

Athoth One of the twelve powers engendered by Ildabaoth.

Atiel One of the principle angel-princes of the Sword. Also identified with A'hiel.

Atliel [Ataliel]

Atmon One of the more than 100 names of Metatron.

Atropatos One of the more than 100 names of Metatron.

Atrugiel, Atrigiel, Atarniel, Tagriel, Atrugniel An angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall. Also one of the more than 100 names of Metatron.

Atsaftsaf and Atshatsah In hechaloth lore two angelic guards stationed at the 6th heavenly hall.

Attarib, Attaris One of the four angels of winter and head of the sign of winter.

At-Taum "The twin" The angel that Mani received revelations from in Manicheanism; the Holy Ghost in Christian doctrine.

Atuesuel One of the eight angels of omnipotence. Invoke him to "smoke out the monsters of hell" as sited in Leviathans, as set forth in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Atufiel In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 6th heavenly hall.

Atuniel "Furnace" In rabbinic text, an angel of fire and belonging to the order of virtues. Compared with Nathanel.

Aub An angel of the third pentacle of the Moon. When invoked verse 13 from Psalm 40 should be recited: "Be pleased, O Lord, to deliver me."

Auel, Amet An angel of the Sun invoked during magickal operations.

Aufiel An angel charged with the dominion over birds.

Aufniel [Ofniel]

Auphanim [Ofanim]

Aupiel, Anafiel A variant spelling, usually considered the right one, for Anafiel, the great angel who transported Enoch to Heaven. Aupiel is the tallest angel, exceeding Metatron by many hundred parasangs.

Auriel, Oriel Hebrew for Uriel, "Light of God" One of the seventy-two angels of the seventy-two quandaries of the degrees of the zodiac. Invoke in the procedure of the Sword.

Ausiul, Ausiel An angel with dominion over Aquarius. Invoke for ceremonial rites.

Auzhaya, Avzhia One of the more than 100 names of Metatron.

Avagbag In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 6th heavenly hall.

Avahel A prince of angels residing in the 3rd Heaven.

Avartiel An angel's name to inscribe on an amulet to ward off evil.

Avial An angelic guard of one of the Seven Heavens.

Avirzahe'e A beloved but fearsome angel-prince guard of the gate of the 6th Heaven.

Avniel One of the principle angel-princes appointed to the Sword.

Avriel In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall.

Avtsangosh One of the more than 100 names of Metatron.

Avzhia [Auzhaya]

Axineton An angelic entity who God created the world by pronouncing his name.

Ayar Ziva [Ram Khastra]

Ayib A spirit of Venus and inscribed on the 4th pentacle of Venus.

Ayil In ceremonial magick the name is Sizajasel. An angel of Sagittarius.

Ayscher A ministering angel that may be summoned.

Azaf [Asaph]

Azar, Azur In Persian theology, an angel of November and governor of the 9th day of the month.

Azarel An angel of the 5th pentacle of the Moon.

Azaargushtasp/Azarkhurdad Two of the Amesha Spentas who are "closest to the just God."

Azariah or Azarias The assumed name that Raphael took in The Book of Tobit.

Azariel The angel governing the waters of the earth. Also one of the twenty-eight angels governing the twenty-eight mansion of the moon.

Azbogah [Azbuga YHWH]

Azbuga YHWH "Strength" One of the great eight angel princes of the throne of judgment and of a higher rank than Metatron. His chief duty is to clothe with righteousness the new arrivals in Heaven. His name is also used on charms for the "healing of all illness and all hurt and all evil spirit."

Azdai An angel of Mandaen lore.

Azer An angel of elemental fire.

Azfiel In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 1st heavenly hall.

Aziziel An angel in Syrian incantations rites. He is grouped with Michael, Harshiel, Prukiel, and other spellbinding angels.

Azkariel A corruption of Ak(h)Raziel.

Azliel X An invocation angel. Also considered one of the ineffable names of God.

Azrael, Azrail, Ashriel, Azriel, Azaril, Gabriel "Whom God helps" The angel of death, stationed din the 3rd Heaven. To the Moslems, he is another aspect of Raphael. In their tradition, he has "70,000 feet and 4,000 wings, while his body is provided with as many eyes and tongues as there are men in the world." In Arabic tradition, he is "forever writing in a large book and forever erasing what he writes; what hw writes is the birth of a man, and what he erases is the name of the man at death." When Michael, Gabriel, and Israfel failed to provide seven handfuls of earth for the creation of Adam, Azreal succeeded. For this he was appointed to separate the body and soul at death. Mudad, the angelus mortis in ancient Persian tradition.) Oriental legend has him accomplishing this (bringing death first then separating the soul) by holding an apple from the Tree of Life to the nostril of the dying person. In Jewish mysticism he is the embodiment of evil. He is also one of the three holy angels invoked in Syrian charms.

Azra'il An Arabic guardian angel invoked for exorcism rites.

Azriel A principle supervisor referred to as "Azriel the Ancient", sometimes as "Mahniel". He commands sixty myriads of legions of spirits and resides on the northern side of Heaven, where he receives prayers. His name may be inscribed to ward off evil.

Azur [Azar]

Azza, Shem-yaza "The strong" A fallen angel who is suspended between Heaven and earth as punishment for having had carnal knowledge of mortal women. Azza is said to be constantly falling, with one eye shut and one eye open, so that he may see his dilemma and suffer more. Another explanation for his expulsion from Heaven is that he objected to the high rank given Enoch upon his transformation into Metatron. Solomonic legend is that Azza was the angel who revealed to Solomon the heaven Arcana. In Talmud, the sedim are said to have "begotten Azza and Azael on the body of the evil Naamah." It is also noted that of the two groups of angels headed by Metatron, the angels of justice was under the rulership of Azza. Evidently he was not a fallen angel at this time.

Azzael While Azza and Azzael are referred to as two distinct, separate angels, they seem to be one and the same in other sources. Variant spellings are Assiel, Azazel, and Azzazel. His punishment for cohabitating with mortal women was having his nose pierced. He taught witchcraft, by the art of which man caused the sun, moon, and stars to descend from the sky in order to make them closer objects to worship. Azzael is represented as one of three ministering angels (Uzza and Azza the other two) who inhabit the 7th Heaven, before his fall.

B Angels

Baabiel An angel serving in the 1st Heaven.

Babel, Babiel One of the messengers of the planet Jupiter. He is sited as an angel of Wednesday or Friday and invoked from the south or east. He is resident in the 3rd Heaven.

Babhne'a A mighty angel who is invoked for protection. His name has been found inscribed, in Hebrew, on Babylonian terracotta devil traps.

Bachanoe, Bachanael Ruler of Monday and resides in the 1st Heaven.

Bachiel, Baciel An angel of the air that is invoked from the east. Also one of the intelligences of Saturn. He resides in the 4th Heaven and is one of the 316 guards of the West Wind.

Bachliel A guard of the South Wind.

Badpatiel An angel to inscribe on a charm to ward off evil.

Bae An angel summoned for the exorcism of demons.

Ba-En-Kekon, Bainkhookh "The soul of darkness" A aeon-angel mentioned in Pistis Sophia. He derives from the Egyptian Book of the Dead.

Bagdal A genius who governs the sign of Taurus with Araziel.

Baglis An angel of measure and balance who may be invoked only in the 2nd hour of the day. Angel of Moderation Baglis encourages harmony in our lives and develop inner power and the self-discipline we need to overcome addictive habits.

Bagnael One of the angelic guards of the gates of the East Wind.

Bahaliel One of the angelic guards of the gates of the East Wind.

Bahman [Barman]

Bahram [Barman]

Baijel An angel serving in the 5th Heaven.

Bainkhookh [Ba-En-Kekon]

Baktamael One of the angelic guards of the gates of the West Wind.

BalayAn angel of Monday that must be invoked from the North. He resides in the 1st Heaven.

Baldach An angel called upon in magickal rituals.

Balhiel [Baliel]

Balidet An angel of Saturday and of the air, serving under Maymon.

Baliel, Balhiel An angel of Monday invoked from the north. He is also a guard of the gates of the South wind and may reside in either the 1st or 2nd Heaven.

Balkin Lord and king of the northern mountains, a benevolent master spirit, whose aide is Luridan (a domestic spirit).

Ballaton An angel of the external circle of the pentagram of Solomon.

Baltazard A sprit invoked for procuring a lady's garter.

Balthial, Balthiel One of the seven planetary angels and the only one that can overcome the demon of jealousy. Angel of Forgiveness This angel grants unconditional forgiveness and help to overcomejealously and resentment.

Banech One of the seven planetary angels.

Baniel A spirit summoned in Solomonic rites.

Baraborat A spirit of Mercury and an angel of Wednesday who resides in either the 2nd or 3rd Heaven. Invoke him from the east.

Baracata An angel invoked in prayer by the Master of the Art.

Barach An angel of the Seal.

Barachiel [Barakiel] Angel of Good Fortune An archangel of the order of Seraphim, his name means "lightening of God." He opens our hearts to playfulness and lightheartedness.

Baradiel, Yurkemo, Yurkei, Yurkemoi One of the seven archangels and a prince of the 3rd Heaven. He shares rulership with Shaphiel. Baradiel has dominion over hail along with Nuriel and others.

Barael One of the seven exalted throne angels who resides in the 1st Heaven. He assists in executing the "commands of the potentates."

Barah The "boat avatar". One of the ten incarnations of divinity in Vedic tradition.

Barakiel, Barachiel, Barbiel, Barchiel, Barkiel, Baraqiel "Lightning of God" One of the seven archangels, one of the four ruling seraphim, angel of the month of February, and prince of the 2nd Heaven who is also of the order of confessors. He has dominion over lightning and is one of the principle angels of the 1st and 4th chora. He is also a ruler of Jupiter and the zodiac signs of Scorpio and Pisces. Invoke him, along with Uriel and Rubiel, to bring success in games of chance.

Barakon An angel invoked in Solomonic magick.

Barattiel, Ataphiel "The great angelic prince of three fingers>"

Barbelo A great female archon "perfect in glory and next in rank to the Father-of-All." Consort to Cosmocrator. The daughter of Pistis Sophia, procreator of the superior angels. Angel of Goodness who inspires prosperity and integrity.

Barbiel, Barbuel, Baruel Once a prince of the order of virtues and one of the archangels. He is the angel for the month of October. One of the twenty-eight angels of the twenty-eight mansions of the Moon. He is sometimes equated with Barakiel which would make him ruler of February also. In Hell, he serves as one of the seven Electors, under Zaphiel.

Barchiel [Barakiel] Angel of Compassion This angel holds dominion over the sun signs of Scorpio and Pisces. He encourages more compassion and inner strength.

Barcus An angel of quintessence and of the 5th hour.

Bardiel, Barchiel, Baradiel The angel of hail, along with Nuriel (the twin Kadishin i.e. quadisin), and others.

Baresches, Bareschas "Beginning" An angel invoked to obtain the woman of your desires.

Barginiel An angel (governing) of the 7th hour of the day.

Bariel An angel of the 11th hour of the day and of the 4th pentacle of Jupiter.

Barkeil an angel of the Mandaeans.

Barkiel, Barakiel One of the angelic guards of the gates of the East Wind.

Barman, Bahman, Bahram A great mihr (angel) placed over all the animals except man in ancient Persian cosmology. He was also the principle of thirty angels appointed to preside over the days of the month. He is one of the Amesha Spentas, "the first intelligence, the first angel.from whom other spirits or angels proceed." He is "the mightiest of the angels whom the Mohammedans call Jabreil" (Gabriel). He was also the angel of January and governor of the second day of the month. Usually pictured in an image of red stone, a human form, and on his head a red crown. Omar Khayyam dubs him "the great hunter."

Barpharanges, Sesenges-Barharanges One of the powers in charge of the spring of the waters of life (heavenly baptism). He appears in Coptic magickal text.

Barsabel, Barzabel One of the angels governing Mars. 325 is his cabalistic number.

Bartyabel A spirit of Mars, serving Gabriel.

Bartzachiah, Barzachia An angel of the 1st pentacle of Mars.

Baruch "Blessed" Principle guardian angel of the Tree of Life. In occult tradition, he is one of seven devils who possessed Sister Seraphica of London.

Baruchiachel One of the seven great planetary rulers and the only angel capable of defeating the female demon, Strife.

Bary 'il According to Islamic apocalyptic writings, the angel encountered by the sufi Abu Yazid in the 7th Heaven. He is the principle of innumerable ranks of angels, and attempts to tempt the sufi "a kingdom such as no tongue can describe," but Abu Yazid remained single-minded in his devotion throughout his mir'aj (heavenly ascent). Similar offers had been made in the lower heavens by L widh in the 2nd and Nay 'il in the 4th Heaven.

Baskabas One of the more than 100 names of Metatron.

Basus An angel guard of the 4th heavenly hall according to hechaloth lore.

Bataliel One of the rulers of the zodiac.

Bathor One of the seven Olympian spirits, known as Electors or Stewards of Heaven.

Bat(h) Qol, Bath Kol "Heavenly voice" or "Daughter of the voice" A holy guardian angel that supposedly visited 2nd century sage, Simeon ben Yohai, in his cell. She is symbolized as a dove and may compared to the Holy Ghost in this manifestation. In a Syrian invocation she is referred to as "the Voice which called out to Cain the murderer, `Where is thy brother Abel?'" Angel of Prophecy Her name means "heavenly voice", she inspires the gift of clairvoyance and encourages truthful communication.

Batsran One of the more than 100 names of Metatron.

Bazathiel An angelic guard of the 1st Heaven.

Bazazath, Raphael-Bazazath An archangel of the 2nd heaven. He is reported to have put to flight a winged female demon by the name of Obizuth.

Baz Baziah An angel invoked to cure cutaneous disorders.

Bazkiel An angel who guards the 3rd Heaven.

Baztiel An angel guard of the 1st heavenly hall according to hechaloth lore.

Bealphares Although he is characterized as a demon sometimes, he is also declared to be "the noblest carrier that ever did serve any man upon the earth." This would make him a benign spirit. Furthermore, he is not listed in any register of underworld hierarchies.

Bearechet An angel of the Seal.

Beatiel An angel of the 4th Heaven.

Beduros One of the nine angels that will rule at the end of the world.

Bedaliel An angel invoked to command or exorcise demons.

Bedrimulael [Abedumabal]

Behemiel, Hareil, Hashmal Principle of the order of hashmallim, an order identified with that of the cherubim. He has dominion over tame beasts.

Behemoth A male chaos-monster (whale, crocodile, hippopotamus, elephant, bear) created on the 5th day and closely associate with the female Leviathan. Also equated with Rahab, a primordial angel of the sea, and with the angel of death. In Roman Catholic Theology he is the principle of darkness. Yet, Job 40:19 states "he is the chief of the ways of God" which points in the opposite direction.

Beli One of the angelic guards of the gates of the North Wind.

Beliael One of the angelic guards of the gates of the North Wind.

Belsal An angel of the 1st hour of the night under Gamiel.

Benad Hashe "Daughters of God" Female angels worshipped by the Arabs.

Ben Ani Invoked to command demons.

Beniel An angel invoked to command demons for the gift of invisibility.

Ben Nez "Hawk" The angel Rubiel or Ruhiel. He has dominion over the wind and is referred to as a mountain as well as an angel.

Beodonos An angel invoked during the conjuration of the Reed.

Beratiel A ruling angel of the 12th hour of the day.

Berekeel "My blessing is God" An angel of the seasons.

Berka'el A leading spirit of three months of the year, serving under Melkejal.

Bernael In Falasha lore, the angel of darkness. Identified with Beliel he is angel of evil.

Beshter The ancient Persian name for Michael.

Bethor One of the seven supreme angels ruling the 196 provinces of Heaven. He rules forty-two Olympic regions and commands kings, princes, dukes, etc., and "governs all things that are ascribed to Jupiter." He also commands 29,000 legions of angels.

Bethuael "House or man of God" One of the twenty-eight angels ruling over the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Bethuel An angel to inscribe on a charm to ward off evil.

Betuliel One of the governing angels of the zodiac.

Bezaliel An angelic guard of the 3rd Heaven.

Bhaga In Vedic tradition, one of the celestial deities, comparable to Judeao-Christian angels.

Bibiyah One of the more than 100 names of Metatron.

Bifiel An angelic guard of the 6th heavenly hall.

Bigtha, Biztha One of the seven angels of confusion and one of the two pressers of the winepress. Considered an angel of destruction in the house of Ahasuerus.

Binah "Understanding" The third sefira sometimes called "the sea".

Biqa "Good person" The original name of the angel Kasbeel before he fell, by turning away from God the moment he was created. After he fell his name became Kazbeel, "he who lies to God".

Bizbul "in Zebul" One of the more than 100 names of Metatron.

Blaef An angel of Friday and of the air serving Sarabotes and subject to the West Wind.

Blautel An angel invoked in necromancy.

Bne Seraphim In cabala he is the angel of Mercury and in talismanic magic he is the intelligence of Venus.

Boamiel One of six angels over the four parts of Heaven. The other five are: Scamijm, Gabriel, Adrael, Dohel, Madiel.

Bodiel The ruling prince of the 6th Heaven. The ruling princes are usually Sabath, Sandalphon, Zachiel, and Zebul.

Boel, Boul, Booel, Bohel, Dohel An exalted throne angel of the 1st or 7th Heaven. He holds four keys to the four corners of the earth, which allow entry of the Heavenly Hosts into the Garden of Eden, when the two guarding cherubim will allow entry. He also governs Saturn.

Briel One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Brieus The only angel who is able to overcome the demon Rabdos.

Bualu One of the eight angels of omnipotence invoked in magickal rites. The others are: Atuesuel, Ebuhuel, Tabatlu, Tulatu, Labusi, and Ublisi. The instructions for invoking these angels specify that they "must be called three times from the four corners of the world with a clear and powerful voice and when the name of each is pronounced three times, then three sounds must be uttered by the horn."

Buchuel An angel to inscribe on a charm to ward off evil.

Buhair One of the ten angels that accompany the sun on its daily course according to Mandaean lore.

Bull The source of all light, and created by Ormazd and destroyed by Ahriman. Out of Bull's sacred seed sprang the first man and woman, according to Zoroastrian legend.

Burc(h)at An angel of the air serving in the 4th Heaven who governs on Sunday and is invoked from the west. He is also a messenger of the Sun.

Busthariel An angel to inscribe on a charm to ward off evil.

Butator, Butatar The angel of calculations. He serves in the 3rd hour of the day and may be invoked for magickal rites.

C Angels

Cabiel One of the twenty-eight angels ruling the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Cabriel, Cabrael, Kabriel One of the six angels with dominion over the four pats of Heaven. He also has dominion over Aquarius.

Cadat "A most pure angel" Invoke for Solomonic magick.

Cadulech A most holy angel invoked for the conjuration of the Sword.

Cael An angel with dominion over the zodiac sign of Cancer.

Cahet(h)el One of the eight seraphim and he is one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae. Since he rules over agricultural products he is often invoked to increase or improve crops. He is correspondent with Asicat.

Caldulech, Caldurech "A most pure angel" Invoked in ceremonial rites.

Caliel [Calliel]

Calizantin "A good angel" Invoked in magick rituals.

Calliel, Caliel One of the throne angels of the 2nd Heaven. Invoke him to bring prompt help against adversity. He is also one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae. He is the corresponding angel to Terssatosoa.

Caluel, Calvel A Wednesday angel residing in the 2nd or 3rd Heaven. Invoke from the South. He is the corresponding angel for Tersatosoa and may be a variant for Calliel.

Calzas A Tuesday angel serving in the 5th Heaven. Must be invoked from the east.

Camael, Camiel, Camiul, Chamuel, Kemuel, Khamael, Camniel, Cancel "he who sees God." Chief of the order of powers and one of the sefiroth. In occult lore, Camael is of the nether regions and ranks as a Count Palatine. When invoked he appears in the guise of a leopard crouched on a rock. In the cabala, Camael (Khamael, Kemuel) is one of the ten (actually nine) archangels of the Briatic world. "It is a name," according to Eliphas Levi in The History if Magic, "which personifies divine justice." In a footnote, made by Waite, in chapter 10, it is noted that in Druid mythology, Camael was the god of war. This bears out the frequent citation of Camael in occultism as the ruler of the planet Mars and as amoung the governing angels of the seven planets. In The Magus, Camael is one of "seven angels who stand in the presence of God." For the legend that Moses destroyed this great angel for trying to prevent the Lawgiver from receiving the Torah at the hand of God, see Kemuel. The Legends of the Jews III speaks of Camael (Kemuel) being in charge of 12,000 angels of destruction. In Clement, Angels in Art, Chamuel is the angel who wrestled with Jacob; also the angel (usually identified as Gabriel) who appeared to Jesus during his agony in the Garden of Gethsemane to strengthen Him. Angel of Joy Camael belongs to the order of Powers. This angel presides over beauty, joy, and contentment. This angel appeared to Jesus during his agony in the Garden of Gethsemane. Angel of Tolerance Chamuel is considered to be an archangel, his name meaning he who seeds God. He inspires us to realize that we must first love ourselves, in order to love others. He gently guides us to view our own shortcomings.

Camal "to desire God" One of the archangels of the cabala. Hebrew.

Camaysar In occultism, the angel "of the marriage of contraries." He is a genius of the 5th hour.

Cambiel The ruler of the zodiacal sign of Aquarius, and an angel for the 9th hour, according to Trithemius.

Cambill An angel of the 8th hour of the night serving under Narcorial.

Cameron Angel of the 12th hour of the day serving under Beratiel. Also regarded as a demon; as such he serves in the conjuration of Beelzebuth, as well as in the conjuration of Astaroth.

Camuel "A most holy angel" invoked in magical operations noted in The Greater Key of Solomon.

Capabile One of the three angel messengers of the Sun.

Capabili An angel of the 4th Heaven ruling on Sunday and invoked from the west.

Caphriel In occultism, "a strong and powerful angel," chief ruler of the 7th day. He is invoked in the conjuration of Saturn.

Capitiel One of the angels of the 4th chora invoked in magical prayer as outlined in The Almadel of Solomon.

Caracasa In occult lore, an angel of the Spring along with the angels Core, Amatiel, and Comissoros.

Caraniel In Mosaic mystic lore, an angel serving in the 3rd Heaven.

Carcas One of the seven angels of confusion. In the legend relating to Ahasuerus, Carcas is the "knocker."

Cardiel In Ceremonial magick, an angel invoked in special rites such as the conjuration of the Sword.

Carmax In occultism, a ministering angel to Samax, ruler of the Tuesday angels of the air. Serving with Carmax are two others: Ismoli and Paffran.

Carniel An angel serving in the 3rd Heaven.

Carsiol An angel of the 2nd hour serving under Anael.

Casmaron In occult science an angel of the air.

Casmiros An angel of the 11th hour of the night, serving under Dardariel.

Cass Cassiah An angel invoked for the curing of cutaneous disorders.

Cassiel, Casiel, Casziel, Kafziel The angel of solitudes and tears who "shews forth the unity of the eternal kingdom." Cassiel is one of the rulers of the planet Saturn, also a ruling prince of the 7th Heaven and one of the sarim (princes) of the order of powers. Sometimes he appears as the angel of temperance. The Magus speaks of him as one of the three angels of Saturday along with Machatan and Uriel. He is sometimes depicted as being astride a dragon. Angel of Temperance Cassiel is one of the princes of the order of Powers. He is one of the rulers of the planet, Saturn, and associated with Saturday. He is also known as the angel of solitude and tears.

Castiel An angel of Thursday.

Casujoiah An angel with dominion over the sign of Capricorn.

Cathetel - Angel of the Garden Cathetel inspires humans to love, appreciate and attune to nature.

Catroije In the cabala an angel serving in the 2nd Heaven.

Causub A serpent-charming angel. In Apollonius of Tyana, The Nuctemeron, he is one of the genii of the 7th hour.

Cazardia A corruption of Gazardiel.

Cedar In The Gospel of Bartholomew (Latin version, James, The Apocryphal New Testament) he is sited as a n angel governing the south. In other versions he is called Kerkoutha.

Cedrion An angel invoked in the conjuration of the Reed, and governing the south.

Cendrion In the grimories, "a holy angel of God" invoked in cabalistic rites.

Cernaiul The name of an angel of the 7th sefiroth (Netzachn).

Cerviel, Cervihel, Zeruel Chief of the order of principalities, a post shared with Haniel, Nisroc, and others. He is the preceptor angel of David. "And God sent Cervihel, the Angel that is over strength, to help David slay Goliath." The Biblical Antiquities of Philo.

Cetarari, Ctariri, Crarari One of the four angels of winter.

Chabalym A seraph or cherub invoked in cabalistic magick rites.

Chabril An angel of the 2nd hour of the night serving under Farris.

Chachmal, Chachmiel One of the seventy childbirth angels.

Chafriel One of the seventy childbirth angels.

Chahoel In the cabala one of the seventy-two angels ruling the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac.

Chaigidiel In the world of Asaiah, the averse (opposite or left) sefira corresponding to Chochma (wisdom) in the Briatic world.

Chairoum In The Gospel of Bartholomew the angel of the north. [See Alfatha and Gabriel, both are in the same way certified as angels governing the north.] Chairoum is described as holding in his hand 'a rod of fire, and restraineth the superfluity of moisture that the earth be not overmuch wet."

Chalkatoura In The Gospel of Bartholomew one of the nine angels that "run together throughout the heavenly and earthly places."

Chalkydri, Kalkydra Archangels of the flying elements of the sun. Mentioned in Enoch II, where they are linked with the phoenixes and placed amidst cherubim and seraphim. The Chalkydri are 12-winged and at the rising of the sun they burst into song. Their habitat is the 4th Heaven. In Gnostic lore, they are demonic. Sometimes described as "monstrous serpents with the heads of crocodiles".

Chamuel, Kamuel, Haniel, Simiel "he who seeks God" One of the seven archangels and chief of the order of dominations; also with Nisroc and others, chief of the order of powers.

Chamyel One of the fifteen throne angels noted in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Chaniel One of the seventy child birth angels. Also one of the guards of the gates of the East Wind.

Chantare The corresponding angel of Hahael.

Charbiel, Charavah "dryness" An angel appointed to "draw together and dry up all the waters of the earth." It was Charbiel who dried up the waters after the Flood.

Charmeine - Angel of Harmony Charmeine wraps a deep feeling of harmony around us like a blanket of love from the Mother. She is charged with leading us on the journey to harmony through self-love.

Charby An angel of the 5th hour serving under Abasdarhon.

Charciel, Charsiel An angel residing in the 4th Heaven who rules on Sunday and is invoked from the south.

Chardiel An angel of the 2nd hour serving under Anael.

Chardros An angel of the 11th hour of the day serving under Bariel.

Charis "grace" In gnosticism, one of the great luminaries emanated from the divine will.

Charman An angel of the 1st hour of the day, serving under Samael.

Charms An angel of the 9th hour serving under Vadriel.

Charnij An angel of the 10th hour serving under Oriel.

Charouth One of the nine angels that "run together throughout the heavenly and earthly places."

Charoum - Angel of Silence He inspires us to appreciate silence, the integrity to keep secrets and to be a good listener. Traditionally believed to protect the earth from floods and hurricanes.

Charpon A ruling angel of the 1st hour of the day, serving under Samael.

Charuch An angel of the 6th hour serving under Samil.

Chasan An angel of the air who's name is inscribed on the 7th pentacle of the sun.

Chasdiel A name for Metatron "when Metatron does kindness to the world."

Chaskiel One of the seventy childbirth angels.

Chasmodai The spirit of the moon, of which "planet" it is said that the governing intelligence is Malach Be.

Chassiel One of the intelligences of the sun.

Chaumel In the cabala one of the seventy-two angels ruling the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac.

Chavakiah One of the angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.

Chaylon a cherub or seraph invoked in ritual magick.

Chayo One of fifteen throne angels invoked in magickal conjurations.

Chayyliel H', Chayyiel, Hayyiel, Hayyal, Haileal "army" Ruling prince of the chayyoth or hayyoth. Before Chayyliel "all the children of heaven do tremble." It is further said of this great Merkabah angel that, if he is ever so inclined, he can "swallow the whole earth in one moment in a mouthful." When the ministering angels fail to chant the trisagion at the right time, he flogs them with lashes of fire.

Chebo In the cabala one of the seventy-two angels ruling the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac.

Chedustaniel, Chedusitanick A Friday angel who resides in the 3rd Heaven and invoked from the east. He is also one of the angelic spirits of Jupiter.

Cheratiel An angel of the 6th hour of the night, serving under Zaazonash.

Cheriour An angel charged with the punishment of crime and the pursuit of criminals.

Chermes An angel of the 9th hour of the night, serving under Nacoriel.

Chermiel A Friday angel of the 3rd Heaven invoked from the south.

Cherub One of the angels of the air. As Kerub he is the angel "who was made the Guardian of the Terrestrial Paradise, with a Sword of Flame." "The 1st angel who sinned is called, not a seraph, but a cherub,' says Aquinas in his Summa, vol. 1, 7th art., reply objection 1. In The Zohar, Cherub is chief of the order of cherubim. In Ezekiel (28:14-15) God recalls to the Prince of Tyre that he was the "anointed cherub" and was perfect in his ways "till iniquity was found" in him.

Cherubim - Angels of Wisdom These angels belong to the First Hierarchy in the order of Angels. The meaning of their name,"one who prays" or "one who intercedes." They are the angels that were placed by God to guard the gates of Eden to prevent Adam and Eve from returning. They are the keepers of sacred wisdom.

Cherubiel, Kerubiel Eponymous chief of the order of the cherubim. [See Gabriel]

Chesed "mercy, goodness" The 4th sefira.

Chesetial One of the governing angels of the zodiac.

Chismael A spirit of Jupiter, of which planet Zophiel is the presiding intelligence.

Choch(k)ma, Hokhmah The 2nd of the holy sefiroth (divine emanations) and associated with the personalized angel Ratziel (Raziel). According to The Kabbala Unveiled the 1st of God's creations, the only one of the supernal abstractions which seems to have reached actual materialization or personification. The word in Hebrew has the connotation "wisdom".

Chochmael, Hochmael An angel of the sefiroth invoked in conjuration rites.

Choesed [Hoesediel]

Chofniel Chief of the angelic order of bene elohim (children of God).

Choriel Angel of the 8th hour of the day, serving under Oscaebial.

Chorob Angel of the 10th hour of the day, serving under Oriel.

Chosniel "cover" An angel invoked for the conferring of good memory and an open heart.

Chrail, Chreil An angel in Mandaean lore.

Chromme Corresponding angel of Nanael.

Chrymos An angel of the 5th hour of the night, serving under Abasdarhon.

Chuabotheij According to the cabala, an angel of the Seal.

Chur, Churdad In ancient Persian legend, the angel in charge of the disk of the sun.

Chuscha One of the fifteen throne angels.

Chushiel One of the numerous angelic guards of the gates of the South Wind.

Chutriel Presiding angel of the Mire of Clay, which is 5th of the seven lodges of Hell.

Cochabiel, Coahabiath Spirit of Mercury in the cabala, derived from Babylonian lore. In Mosaic lore, one of seven princes "who stand continually before God and to whom are given the spirit names of the planets."

Cogediel One of the twenty-eight angels ruling the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Colopatiron A genius (spirit) who sets prisons open and one of the genii of the 9th hour. Angel of Liberation He inspires us to rely upon our own intuition. Guides us through struggles of freedom of all kinds: spiritual, creative, psychological and economic.

Comadiel An angel of the 3rd hour of the day, serving under Veguaniel.

Comary An angel of the 9th hour of the night, serving under Nacoriel.

Comato(s) An angel invoked in the exorcism of Wax.

Commissoros One of the four angels of the Spring.

Conamas An angel invoked in the exorcism of Wax.

Coniel A Friday angel residing in the 3rd Heaven and invoked from the west. He is also sometimes sited as a messenger of Jupiter.

Cophi An angel invoked in the exorcism of Wax.

Corabael A Monday angel residing in the 1st Heaven and invoked from the west.

Corael An angel petitioned in magickal prayer for the fulfillment of the invocant's desired. Corael is invoked along with Setchiel and Chedustaniel.

Corat A Friday angel of the air residing in the 3rd Heaven and invoked from the east.

Core The governing spirit of Spring.

Coriel An angel of the 7th hour of the night, serving under Mendrion.

Corobael [Corabael]

Cosel An angel of the 1st hour of the night, serving under Gamiel.

Cosmiel The genius who accompanied the 17th-century Jesuit Athanasius Kircher on his visits to various planets. Kircher tells of this "ecstatic voyage" in his Oedipus Egyptiacus.

Cosmocrator In Valentinian Gnosticism, he is ruler of the material cosmos in the guise of Diabolos (the devil). His consort is Barbelo and together "they sing praises to the Powers of the Light," which would indicate that he is not wholly evil.

Craoscha [Sraosha]

Cripon "a holy angel of God," invoked in magickal rites, specifically in the conjuration of the Reed.

Crociel An angel of the 7th hour of the day, serving under Barginiel.

Cruciel An angel of the 3rd hour of the night, serving under Sarquamich.

Ctarari One of the two angels of Winter, the other is Amabael.

Cukbiel An angel invoked in Syrian invocation rite. He figures in the special binding spell the "Binding the Tongue of the Ruler."

Cuniali The genius of association and one of the governing genii of the 8th hour.

Cupra One of the Novensiles and the personification of light.

Curaniel An angel of Monday residing in the 1st Heaven and invoked from the south.

Cureton "a holy angel of God" invoked in black magickal conjurations.

Cynabal A ministering angel serving under Varcan (king of the air ruling on Sunday).

D Angels

Dabariel Variant for Radueriel.

Dabria One of the five angels who transcribed the 204 (or 94) books dictated by Ezra. The other 4 scribes were Ecanus, Sarea, Selemiah (Seleucia), and Asiel.

Dabriel The heavenly scribe, equated with Vretil. He is also a Monday angel said to reside in the 1st Heaven. He is invoked from the north.

Daden In gnosticism, a great celestial power dwelling in the 1st Heaven.

Daghiel, Dagiel, Dail An angel with dominion over fish and invoked in Friday conjuration rites. He is addressed as "great angel, strong and powerful prince," and is supplicated in the name of Venus.

Dagon To the ancient Phoenicians he was a national god, represented with the face and hands of a man and the body of a fish.

Dagymiel A governing angel of the zodiac.

Dahariel, Dariel In Pirke Hechaloth, a guard of the 1st Heaven and of the order of shinanim. In Hechaloth Rabbati he is a guard of the 5th Heaven.

Dahavauron Prince of the face and one of the guards of the 3rd Heaven.

Dahaviel, Kahaviel One of the seven guards of the 3rd Heaven.

Dahnay One of the "holy angels of God" who may be invoked in black-magick conjurations.

Dai, Dey According to The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses an angel of the order of powers. In ancient Persian legend, He was the angel of December.

Dalkiel Angel of Hell, ruler of Sheol, and equated with Rugziel. In Baraita de Massachet Gehinnom, he operates in the 7th compartment of the underworld, "punishing 10 nations", and serving under orders of Duma(h), who is the angel of the stillness of death.

Dalmai(i), Dalmay, Damlay In occultism "a holy angel of God" invoked in the exorcism of fire.

Dalquiel In the cabala one of the three princes of the 3rd Heaven. The other two are Jabniel and Rabacyal. All three rule over fire and under the ethnarchy of Anahel. His special aide is the angel Oul.

Damabiah An angel of the order of angels. He has dominion over naval construction. He is also one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae. His corresponding angel is Ptebiou.

Damabiath An angel of the order of powers who is invoked in cabalistic rites. He manifests as a beautiful mortal via the 5th seal.

Dameal A Tuesday angel who resides in the 5th Heaven, and invoked from the east.

Dameb'el One of the seventy-two angels ruling the seventy-two quinaries of the zodiac.

Damiel An angel of the 5th hour serving under the rulership of Sazquiel; or angel of the 9th hour serving under Vadriel. He is invoked in the conjuration of the Sword.

Daniel "God is my judge" An angel of the order of principalities according to The Lemegeton. The Magus Lists him as a high holy angel who bears the name of God. Shemhamphorae.

Dra In Persia, he is the angel of rains and rivers.

Darbiel, Dardael An angel of the 10th hour of the day serving under Oriel.

Darda'il In Arabic lore an guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism.

Dardariel Chief ruling angel of the 11th hour of the night.

Dardiel One of the three angels of Sunday. The other two are Michael and Hurtapel.

Daresiel An angel of the 1st hour of the day serving under Samael.

Dargitael In Hechaloth lore an angel guard of the 5th Heaven's hall.

Darkiel One of the many guards of the gates of the South Wind.

Darmosiel An angel of the 12th hour of the night serving under Sarindiel.

Darquiel An angel of Monday who resides in the 1st Heaven and invoked from the south.

Darquiel A variant of Radueriel

David One of the seven archons in gnosticism according to the Catholic Encyclopedia, "Gnostiticism".

Degaliel An angel inscribed on the third pentacle of the planet Venus.

Deharhiel In Hechaloth lore an angel guard of the 5th Heaven's hall.

Deheborym In Pirke Hechaloth, an angel guard of the 1st Heaven's hall.

Deliel As named in The Almadel of Solomon one of the angels of the 4th chora invoked in magickal prayer. Cited as a governing angel of the zodiac by Cornelius Agrippa.

Demiurge, Demiourgos The Gnostic writer Basilides called him the great archon (ruler). To Valentinus, Demiurge was "an angel like God" and identified with the God of the Jews. He has always been identified with Mithras. A title for him, "Architect of the Universe," suggests that it was he, not God, who formed the world, at the instance of En Soph, the Unknowable. In the cabala, the Greek Demiurge is Metatron.

Deramiel An angel serving in the 3rd Heaven.

Dibburiel A variant form of Radueriel.

Didnaor An angel named in The Book of the Angel Raziel (Serif Raziel).

Dina A guardian angel of the Law (Torah) and of wisdom. He is also known as Yefefiah and as Iofiel. He is recognized as having taught 70 languages to souls created at the time of Creation. He dwells in the 7th Heaven. Angel of Learning This celestial being is said to be the angel who taught humans how to speak. He continually inspires us to culturally evolve and fills our hearts with love of learning.

Diniel An angel invoked in Syriac incantation rites. He is also cited as one of the seventy childbirth amulet angels. In The Book of Protection he is grouped with Michael, Prukiel, Zadikiel, and other "Spellbinding angels" in the "binding the tongue of the ruler."

Dirachiel One of the twenty-eight angels ruling the twenty-eight mansions of the moon. See Demons

Dirael In hechaloth lore an angelic guard of the 6th heavenly hall.

Dokiel "the weighing angel" or as called in The Testament of Abraham XIII, `the archangel who is like the sun, holding the balance in his hand.'" The name is derived from Isaiah 40:15: "by the dusk in the balance."

Domiel, Dumiel, Abir Gahidriom In Merkabah mysticism a guardian angel of the 6th hall of the 7th Heaven. He is an archon, "prince of majesty, fear, and trembling." He is also a ruler of the four elements. As the gatekeeper of Hell, he is sometimes confused with Duma.

Dominion The name of "the oldest angel" according to Philo.

Domos An angel invoked in magickal rites and one of the twelve names for the Evil Eye. A variant of Donol.

Donachiel An angel invoked to command demons.

Donahan An archangel summoned in magickal rites.

Donel One of the many guards of the gates of the South Wind.

Doniel One of the seventy-two rulers of the zodiac.

Donquel A prince of love invoked to procure the one of the invocant's desire.

Doremiel A Friday angel invoked from the north.

Dormiel One of the many guards of the gates of the East Wind.

Doucheil An angel in Mandaean lore.

Douma - Angel of Silence The angel of the stillness of death. Douma is also the tutelary angel of Egypt, prince of Hell, and angel of vindication. The Zohar speaks of him as having "tens of thousands of angels of destruction" under him, and as being chief of demons in Hell, all charged with the punishment of the souls of sinners. In Yiddish folklore, Douma is described as a thousand-eyed angel of death, armed with a fiery rod or flaming sword.

Douth One of the nine that "run together throughout the heavenly and earthly places," recorded in the Gospel of Bartholomew, where all nine names were revealed by Beliar.

Dracon An angel of the 6th hour of the night serving under Zaazonash.

Dram1zod An angel of the 6th hour of the night serving under Zaazonash.

Dramozin An angel of the 8th hour of the night serving under Narcoriel.

Drelmeth An angel of the 3rd hour of the day serving under Vaguaniel.

Drial One of the guards of the 5th Heaven.

Duchiel An angel invoked in Solomonic magick for commanding demons.

Duhael An angel of non-Hebraic origin.

Dumariel An angel of the 11th hour of the night serving under Dardariel.

Durba'il In Arabic lore a guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism.

Duvdeviyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Dynamis In hechaloth lore this is a secret name of Metatron.

E Angels

Ebed One of the many names of Metatron.

Ebuhuel An angel of omnipotence, one of eight, as recorded in the Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses. Ebuhuel may be invoked in cabalistic conjurations.

Ecanus, Elkanah As noted in the apocalyptic Esdras (IV Esdras, 14:42) Ecanus is one of five angels who, on orders from God, transcribed the 94 or 204 books dictated to them by Ezra. The five angels were, including Ecanus, Sarea, Dabria, Selemia, and Asiel. Some versions give Ethan for Ecanus. Angel of Writers Ecanus inspires writers with original ideas and encourages them to complete their tasks.

Efchal, Efchiel Possibly another name for the angel Zophiel.

Efniel An angels belonging to the order of cherubim.

Egibiel One of the twenty-eight angels governing the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Egion In hechaloth lore one of the guards of the 7th heavenly hall.

Egoroi [Grigori]

Egregori [Grigori]

Egrimiel, Egrumiel An angelic guard stationed in one of the halls of the 6th heaven.

Eheres In occult lore an angel invoked in the exorcism of Wax. Lewis Spence claims that the name is "attributed to the Holy Spirit."

Eiael An angel with dominion over occult sciences, longevity, etc. He is also one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae. His corresponding angel is Abiou. When conjured, the invocant must recite the 4th verse of Psalm 36.

Eirnilus An angel with dominion over fruit who serves in the 6th hour.

El A term for God or angel. In Canaanitish epic lore, El is the angel who begot Shahar and Shalim by a mortal woman.

Eladel One of the seventy-two angels ruling the zodiac.

El-Adrel In The Secret Lore of Magic he is an angel who is invoked to bring the invocant the music of his choice. He is also mentioned in the Book of Powers.

Elamiz An angel of the 11th hour of the night serving under Dardariel.

El Auria Angel of flame. He is equated with Ouriel or Uriel.

El El One of the angelic guards of the gates of the North Wind.

Elemiah One of the eight seraphim of the Tree of Life in the Book of Yetsirah, and an angel bearing the mystical name of God Shemhamphorae. He rules over voyages and maritime expeditions. His corresponding angel is Senacher. Angel of Inward Journeys Traditionally believed to watch over and protect those who travel by water. Guides us to retrieve insights from our subconscious minds.

Eliel, Elael An angel that may be invoked in ritual magick.

Elijah (Greek- Elias "my God is Jehovah") In the Old Testament, 2 Hebrew patriarchs were translated to Heaven while they were still in the flesh: God `took' Enoch (Genesis 5); Elijah was transported in a fiery chariot (II Kings 2:11). Enoch was transformed into the angel Metatron; Elijah into Sandalphon (although there is a legend that Elijah was an angel from the very beginning: "one of the greatest and mightiest of the fiery angel host"). Angel of Innocence By Jewish tradition, this angel is a guardian angel to new-born children and to all who die at a young age. Also believed to be the Angel who created the "Tree of Life." Another legend relates that Elijah fought the angel of death, subdued him, and would have annihilated him but for the intervention of God (Who had further use for this particular angel of death). In Talmud there is a similar tale relating to Moses' encounter with an angel of death-in fact with several of them. Malachi 4:5 prophecies that Elijah would be the forerunner of the Messiah. In Luke, Elijah appears with Moses on the Mount of Transfiguration, in conversation with Jesus. In Heaven, according to Pirke Rabbi Eliezer, Elijah is the "psycho pomp whose duty is to stand at the crossways of Paradise and guide the pious to their appointed places." The Hasidic Rabbi Elimelekh of Lizhensk referred to Elijah after his transfiguration as the "Angel of the Covenant". In Jewish homes, at Passover festivals, the cup of Elijah is filled with wine, and a place is left vacant at the seder for him, "the expected guest." Blake, in his Marriage of Heaven and Hell, pictures Elijah as a composite devil and angel. "I beheld the Angel who stretched out his arms embracing the flame of fire, and he was consumed and arose as Elijah."

Elilaios In gnosticism, he is one of seven archons residing in the 6th Heaven.

Elim "trees"; in Hebrew, "mighty ones" The guardian angel of Libbeus the Apostle. See also Terms

Elimelech "my God is king" An angel of Summer, associated with the angel He'el, "leader of the heads of thousands."

Elimiel In Jewish qabalah, the angel of the moon.

Eliphaniasai An angel of the 3rd chora invoked in magickal prayer as defined in The Almadel of Solomon.

Elion or Elyon Phoenician, "the most high" An aide to Ofaniel in the 1st Heaven. Elion is an angel invoked in the conjuration of the Reed, and also a ministering angel. By invoking Elion, Moses was able to bring down hail on Egypt at the time of the plagues. He is also the deity of Melchizedek whom Abraham is represented to have identified with Yahweh. (Genesis 14, 18, 19, 22)

Eloai Listed by Origen as one of the seven archons in the Ophitic system.

Eloeus In Phoenician lore he is one of the seven angels of the presence, builders of the universe. In Ophitic lore, he is one of seven potentates, rulers of the seven Heavens, who constitute the Hebdomad.

Elogium An angel who rules over the month of Elul (September) in the Hebrew calendar. Usually the ruling angel for September is Uriel (Zuriel).

Eloha An angel of the order of powers. He may be summoned in conjuration rites.

Eloheij An angel of the Seal.

Elohi An angel invoked in the exorcism of fire. He is 5th of the hierarchies answering to the ten divine names. In Solomonic conjuration rites, he is invoked in prayer by the Master of the Art.

Eloi, Eloiein One of the seven angels created by Ildabaoth "in his own image."

Elomeel, Ilylumiel In Enochian lore one of the leaders of the angels of the seasons.

Elomnia, Elomina One of the five chief angel princes of the 3rd chora or altitude.

Elubatel One of the eight angels of omnipotence. Two other angels of omnipotence are Ebuhuel and Atuesuel. They are conjured in the citation of Leviathans. In the dismissal, each angel's name "must be called 3 times toward the 4 quarters of the earth, and 3 times must be blown with the horn."

Emekmiyahu One of the many names of Metatron.

Emial An angel invoked in the exorcism of the Bat.

Emmanuel "God with us" The angel in the fiery furnace who appeared beside Sidras, Misac, and Abednego. In conjuration rites, he is summoned up under the 3rd Seal. In the cabala, he is a sefira of Malkuth (the Kingdom) in the Briatic world.

Enediel One of the twenty-eight angels governing the mansions of the moon, specifically the 2nd day of the moon in its waning phase.

Eneije An angel of the Seal invoked in magickal rites.

Enoch-Metatron The patriarch Enoch, on his translation to Heaven (Genesis 5:24), became Metatron, one of the greatest of the hierarchs, "king over all the angels". (Compare with the Assyrian legend in the Epic of Izdubar.) On earth, as a mortal Enoch is said to have composed 366 books (the Enoch literature). Legend has it that Enoch-Metatron is twin brother to Sandalphon; that when he was glorified he was given 365,000 eyes and 36 pairs of wings. The spectacular mode of Elijah's conveyance to Heaven (II Kings 2) had an earlier parallel in the case of Enoch, for the latter also was whisked away "in a fiery chariot drawn by fiery chargers," as related in The Legends of the Jews I, 130; but a few pages further on (page 138) it is revealed that it wasn't a horse or a team of horses, but an angel (Anpiel) who transported the patriarch from earth to Heaven. But they may have been different journeys. To the Arabs, Enoch was Idris (Koran, sura 19, 56). In the Pirke Rabbi Eliezer the invention of astronomy and arithmetic is credited to Enoch. Legend connects Enoch-Metatron with Behemoth.

Enwo In Mandaean lore, a spirit of one of the seven planets. Specifically he is the uthra (angel) of science and wisdom, compared with Raphael in the Judaeo-Christian angelology.

Eoluth Acherub or seraph used in conjuring.

Eomiahe An angel invoked in the exorcism of the Bat.

Epima The corresponding angel for Eiael

Eradin The name of an angel invoked in special ceremonial rites.

Erastiel An angel serving in the 4th division of the 5th Heaven.

Erathaol, Erathaoth One of the seven archons in Gnostic theology. Origen lists Erathaol along with Michael, Raphael, Gabriel, Onoel, Thautabaoth, and Suriel. When invoked he appears as a dog.

Eregbuo Corresponding angel for the angel Daniel.

Erel The name of a holy angel or of God by which demons are commanded to appear in Solomonic conjuration rites.

Eremiel, Jerimiel, Hierimiel, Jeremiel, Remiel An angel who watches over the souls in the underworld. He is equated with Uriel.

Ergedial One of the twenty-eight angels governing the twenty-eight mansion of the moon.

Erionas, Erione An angel invoked in the exorcism of the Wax.

Ermosiel An angel of the 2nd hour serving under Anael.

Ero The corresponding angel for Haziel.

Erotosi Planetary angel of Mars, invoked in talismanic magic. In hermetics, he is head of the order of powers.

Erygion The name of an angel (or of God) that Joshua invoked to gain victory over the Moabites.

Erzla An angel invoked in conjuring rites.

Esabiel an angel of the order of powers.

Escavor An angel invoked in Solomonic magickal rites.

Eschiel, Eshiel One of four angels whose names are inscribed on the 1st pentacle of Mars. The other three are: Ithuriel, Madiniel, and Bortzachiak (Barazachia).

Eschiros An angel of the seven planets invoked for conjuring rites.

Eserchie/Oriston The name of the angel (or of God) invoked by Moses when he brought forth frogs in Egypt as one of the plagues (frogs were also brought forth by invoking the name of Zabaoth). According to The Magus II, the name of Eserchie/Oriston was invoked by Moses when turning the rivers of Egypt into blood.

Eshiniel An angel invoked in Syriac spellbinding charms.

Esor A cherub or a seraph used by cabalists in conjuring rites.

Esphares The name of an angel of of God used in conjuring rites.

Espiacent an angel used in the exorcism of Wax for bringing about successful accomplishment of one's work. Psalms must be recited after the rites.

Estael In black-magick he is an intelligence of Jupiter. He is invoked along with Kadiel, Maltiel, and Huphatriel.

Estes One of the many names of Metatron.

Eth "time" A ministering angel charged with seeing that "all events occur at their appointed time."

Etraphill One of the Arabic angels who will sound the trumpet on the Day of Judgement. A likely variant form of Israfel.

Etrempsuchos, Astrompsuchos As cited in the Bodleian Library Bruce Papyrus one of the guardians of the seven Heavens.

Euchey An angel invoked in the exorcism of evil spirits through the use of incense and fumigation.

Eurabatres An angel of Venus.

Eved One of the many names of Metatron.

Exael An angel spoken of as "10th of the great angels that taught men hoe to fabricate engines of war, works in silver and gold, the uses of gems and perfume," etc. He supposedly operates from the nether regions.

Existon An angel invoked in the benediction of the Salt.

Extabor "one of the fair angels of God" employed in the exorcism of Wax.

Ezgadi An angel invoked in conjuring rites for insuring the successful completion of journeys.

Ezoiil Invoked in the exorcism of the Water.

Ezrael Hebrew "help of God" An angel of wrath according to the Apocalypse of Peter. In Sefer Gan Eden an angel is introduced "whose duty it is to save those of `middle merit' or `the unstable' ones from the angels of destruction; that angel is Ezrael (from ezra-help)."

Ezriel An angel's name found inscribed in an Aramaic amulet discovered among the Dead Sea scrolls.

F Angels

Fabriel an angel serving in the 4th Heaven.

Fakr-Ed_Din "poor one of faith" One of the seven archangels in Yezidic religion. He is invoked in prayer.

Famiel A Friday angel of the air who serves in the 3rd Heaven and is invoked from the south.

Fanuel, Phanuel One of the four angels of the presence. He is said to be "Uriel under another aspect."

Farris A governing angel of the 2nd hour of the night.

Farun Faro Vakshur In Persian lore, the protecting angel of mankind. Comparable with Metatron in Judaeo-Christian occult lore, where he is often referred to as the "sustainer of mankind."

Farvardin In Persian lore, angel of March. He also governs the 19th day of each month. He is called "one of the cherubim."

Feluth [Silat]

Forcas - Angel of Invisibility In occult lore, it is not indicated what rank Forcas once held in the angelic hierarchy, or to what order he belonged; but he is a fallen angel. In Hell he is a renowned president or duke; and here he devotes his time to teaching rhetoric, logic, and mathematics. He can render people invisible and restore lost property.

Forfax [Morax] Angel of Astronomy A great earl and president of the underworld in command of 36 legions of spirits. He gives skill in astronomy and liberal arts and manifests in the form of a heifer.

Fraciel A Tuesday angel of the 5th Heaven invoked from the north.

Framoch An angel of the 7th hour of the night under Mandrion.

Fremiel An angel of the 4th hour of the night, serving under Jefischa.

Friagne A Tuesday angel serving in the 5th Heaven and invoked from the east.

Fromezin An angel of the 2nd hour of the night under the command of Farris.

Fromzon An angel of the 3rd hour of the night serving under Sarquamich.

Fuleriel An angel of the 6th hour of the night under Zaazonash.

Furiel An angel of the 3rd hour of the day, serving under Veguaniel.

Furlac, Phorlakh An angel of the earth.

Furmiel An angel of the 11th hour of the day serving under Bariel.

Fustiel An angel of the 5th hour of the day serving under Sazquiel.

Futiniel An angel of the 5th hour of the day, serving under Sazquiel.

G Angels

Gabamiah In Solomonic goetic rites a great angel invoked by the use of the incantatory power of the name of the angel Uriel.

Gabriel "God is my strength" Angelic Messenger Gabriel, an archangel and one of the two highest ranking angels in Judeo-Christian and Islamic lore. Her name means "strength of God". She is a unique archangel in the sense that it is almost certain she is the only female angel in the higher echelons, although some believe there are no female angels. Gabriel fosters joy, truth, justice and love. She grants wisdom in interpreting our dreams and visions. One of the two highest-ranking angels in Judaeo-Christian and Mohammedan religious lore. He is the angel of annunciation, resurrection, mercy, vengeance, death, and revelation. Apart from Michael, he is the only angel mentioned by name in the Old Testament-unless the Book of Tobit is included, then Raphael becomes the 3rd-named angel in Scripture. Gabriel presides over Paradise and although he is the ruling prince of the 1st Heaven, he is said to sit on the left-hand side of God (whose dwelling is popularly believed to be the 7th Heaven, or the 10th Heaven). Mohammed claimed that it was Gabriel (Jibril in Islamic) of the "140 pairs of wings" who dictated to him the Koran, sura by sura. To the Mohammedans, he is the spirit of truth. In Jewish legend it was Gabriel who dealt death and destruction the cities of the plains, including Sodom and Gomorrah. According to Talmud Sanhedrin 95b, it was Gabriel who smote Sennacherib's hosts "with a sharpened scythe which had been ready since Creation." In another place in Talmud, Gabriel prevents Queen Vashti from appearing naked before King Ahasuerus and his guests in order to bring about the election of Esther in her place. In Daniel 8, Daniel falls on his face before Gabriel to learn the meaning of the encounter between the ram and the he-goat. Cabalist identify him as "the man clothed in linen" (Ezekiel 9, 10). In Daniel 10-11 Michael helps this man, clothed in line. In rabbinic literature, he is prince of justice. Origen calls Gabriel the angel of war. Jerome equates him with Hamon. In Jewish legend, it is Gabriel who performed the miracle of the incident of the three holy men (Hananiah, Mishael, Azariah) who were rescued from the fiery furnace. Other sources credit Michael. Gabriel is also identified as the man-God-angel who wrestled with Jacob at Peniel, even though Michael, Uriel, Metatron, Samael, and Chamuel have also been identified as "the dark antagonist." A Mohammedan legend, encouraged by the Koran, sura 20, 88, relates that when the dust from the hoof prints of Gabriel's horse was thrown into the mouth of the Golden Calf, the Calf at once came to life. According to the Encyclopedia of Islam I, 502, Mohammed confused Gabriel with the Holy Ghost-a confusion explainable by the conflicting accounts in Matthew 1:20 and Luke 1:26 where, in the 1st instance it is the Holy Ghost that begets Mary with Child and, in the 2nd, it is Gabriel who "came in unto her," and also then informs her that she "had found favor with the Lord" and "would conceive in her womb." In a Babylonian legend, Gabriel once fell into disgrace "for not obeying a command exactly as given, and remained for a while outside the heavenly Curtain." During this period the guardian angel of Persia, Dobiel, acted as Gabriel's proxy. The name Gabriel is of Chaldean origin and was unknown to the Jews prior to the Captivity. In the original listing of 119 angels of the Parsees, Gabriel's name is missing. Gabriel is the preceptor angel of Joseph. In Midrash Eleh Ezkerah, he figures in the tale of the legendary 10 Martyrs (Jewish sages). One of these 10, Rabbi Ishmael ascends to Heaven and asks Gabriel why they merit death. Gabriel replies that they are atoning for the sin of the 10 sons of Jacob who sold Joseph into slavery. According to the court testimony of Joan of Arc, Gabriel was who inspired her to go to the succor of the King. In more recent times, Gabriel has been identified as the angel who visited Father George Rapp, leader of the 2nd Advent community in New Harmony, Indiana, leaving his footprint on a limestone slab preserved in the yard of the Maclure-Owen residence.

Gabuthelon An angel whose name was revealed to Esdras as among the nine who will govern "at the end of the world."

Gadal An angel invoked in magick rites.

Gadamel [Hagiel]

Gader In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 4th Heavenly hall.

Gadiel A "most holy angel" invoked in goetic operations. He is resident of the 5th Heaven and one of the guards of the gates of the South Wind. His name has been found inscribed on a kamea suggesting he is regarded as a power to protect against evil.

Gadriel Chief ruling angel of the 5th Heaven in charge of wars amoung nations. [See Gadreel.] When a prayer ascends to Heaven, he crowns it, then accompanies it to the 6th Heaven.

Ga'ga In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 7th Heavenly hall.

Gaghiel An angelic guard of the 6th Heaven.

Galdel A Tuesday angel who resides in the 5th Heaven and invoked from the south. Gale Raziya One of the many names of Metatron.

Galgaliel, Galgliel With Raphael, he serves as a chief angel of the sun. He is also credited with being the angel governing the wheel of the sun, and as the eponymous head of the order of galgallim. Angel of Vibration Galgaliel governs the Wheel of the Sun. Ezekiel mentions Galgaliel in his vision of God as wheels within wheels that accompany God everywhere. Galgaliel governs the vortex of energy and vibration. He has the sacred duty of assisting when we feel blocked by increasing the vibration around us until the barrier disintegrates.

Galiel One of the many names of Metatron.

Galizur (Hebrew, "revealer of the rock"), Gallitzur, Gallizur, Raziel, Raguil, Akrasiel One of the great angels in Talmudic lore whom Moses encountered in Heaven. It was Galizur, "surnamed Raziel," who is credited with having given Adam The Book of the Angel Raziel (but see Rahab). He is a ruling prince of the 2nd Heaven and teacher of the Torah's divine wisdom. "He spreads his wings over the hayyoth" (holy beasts that "uphold the universe") "lest their fiery breath consume the ministering angels."

Galmon In hechaloth lore an guard of the 4th Heavenly hall.

Gambiel Ruler of the zodiac sign Aquarius.

Gambriel An angel guard of the 5th Heaven.

Gamerin In ceremonial magickal rites an angel called for special service. His name should be engraved on the Sword of the Art before starting the rite.

Gamidoi A "most holy angel" invoked in magickal operations.

Gamiel Supreme ruling angel of the 1st hour of the night.

Gamorin Debabim, Gamerin An angel invoked in the conjuration of the Sword.

Gamrial One of the sixty-four angel wardens of the seven celestial halls.

Gamsiel Angel of the 8th hour serving under Narcoriel.

Gardon An angel invoked in the benediction of the Salt.

Garfial, Garfiel One of the guardians of the 5th Heaven.

Gargatel One of the three angels of the Summer. The other two are Tariel and Gaviel.

Gariel An angel of the order of shinanim and a guard of he 5th Heaven.

Garshanel An angel inscribed on a kamea to ward off evil.

Garthiel Chief officer angel of the 1st hour of the night, serving under Gamiel.

Garzanal An angel inscribed on a kamea to ward off evil.

Gastrion An angel of the 8th hour of the night serving Narcoriel.

Gat(h)iel An angelic guard of the 5th Heaven.

Gauriil Ishliha A Talmudic angel who presides over the east. His duty is to ensure that the sun rises every morning at the right time. Gauriil also appears in Mandaean lore and corresponds to the Zoroastrian Sraosha or to the Hebrew Gabriel.

Gaviel Along with Gargatel and Tariel, he serves as one of the three angels of Summer.

Gavreel, Gavriel A variant for Gabriel used by the Ethiopian Hebrew Rabbinical College of the Black Jews of Harlem (New York). To this sect there are four cardinal angels (of whom Gavreel is one) and they are to be invoked for the curing of disease, the restoring of sight, turning enemies into friends, and 'keeping the invocant from going crazy in the night." The other three cardinal angels are Micharel (Michael), Owreel (Uriel), and Rafarel (Raphael). In Ozar Midrashim he is one of many guards of the gates of the East Wind. In hechaloth lore, he is an angelic guard at either the 2nd or 4th heavenly hall.

Gazardiel, Casardia, Gazardiya Chief angelic supervisor of the east and charged with the rising and setting of the sun. Gazardiel "kisses the prayers of the faithful and conveys them to the supernal firmament." Angel of New Beginnings As an angel who holds dominion over the rising sun, she encourages awakening and enlightenment. Guardian Angels - Your Special Angel An unseen hand, a guiding light, a specific angel is attracted and assigned to you. As your soul's spiritual mother, she holds the blueprint of your perfection and knows how you can best evolve. She protects you and brings messages of inspiration. She cannot alter your personal free will, but is permitted to influence you toward your higher good. She stays with you throughout your lifetime here and is dedicated to strengthening and encouraging you on your path.

Gazarniel An angel of "flame of fire" who sought to oppose and wound Moses at the time he was in Heaven. Moses routed him "by pronouncing the Holy Name."

Geal In hechaloth lore an angel guard of the 5th heavenly hall.

Gebiel An angel of the 4th chora.

Gebril An angel invoked in conjuring rites.

Geburael, Geburah A sefira of the Briatic world who figures frequently in cabalistic conjurations. His name meaning strength equates him with Gamaliel and it is said that the influence of Elohi (God) "penetrates the angel and descends through the sphere of Mars." See Geburah.

Geburathiel In 3 Enoch, Geburat(h)iel is one of the great angel princes representing "the divine strength, might, and power." He is chief steward of the 4th hall in the 7th Heaven.

Gedeal, Giadaiyal "fortune of God" He is cited as an angel of one of the seasons and as a governing angel of the zodiac.

Gedariah A supervising chief angel of the 3rd Heaven. He ministers three times a day; he bows to prayers ascending from the 2nd Heaven, crowns them, then transmits them for further ascent.

Gedemel An angel of Venus served under Hagiel. ,BR> Gediel, Gdiel In the Almadel of Solomon, he is one of the chief princes in the 4th chora. In The Book of the Angel Raziel he figures as one of the seventy childbirth amulet angels; he is also in occult lore as an angel of the zodiac.

Gedobonai An angel of the 3rd chora invoked in magickal prayer.

Gedudiel In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall.

Gehatsita In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 5th heavenly hall.

Gehegiel An angelic guard stationed at the 6th Heaven.

Gehirael In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall.

Gehorey In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall.

Gehoriel In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 1st heavenly hall.

Gehuel In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 6th heavenly hall.

Geliel One of the twenty-eight angels governing the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Gelomiros An angel of the 3rd altitude invoked in magickal prayer.

Geminiel One of the governing angels of the zodiac.

Gemmut An archon who serves under Kalapatauroth (who causes all aeons and all destinies to revolve). Genaritzod A chief officer angel of the 7th hour of the night serving under Mendrion.

Geno An angel of the order of powers.

Genon An angel of the 2nd chora invoked in magickal prayer.

Gereimon An angel of the 2nd altitude invoked in magickal prayer.

Gergot In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 6th heavenly hall.

Germael "majesty of God" An angel sent by God to create Adam from the dust-a mission also credited to Gabriel.

Geron An angel of the 2nd chora invoked in magickal prayer.

Geroskesufael In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall.

Gerviel, Cerviel In Jewish cabala, the preceptor angel of King David. As Cerviel, he is chief of the orders of principalities (elohim), sharing this with Haniel, Nisroc and others.

Gethel, Ingethel An angel set over hidden things. He is supposedly the angel who smote the Amorites with blindness in their battle with Cenez. Zeruel assisted him.

Geviriyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Gezuriya An angel of the order of powers; he is guard of one of the celestial halls (hechaloth) and ruler over six other angels, among them the angel of the sun, Gazardiya.

Gheoriah An angel inscribed on the 3rd pentacle of Mercury.

Giatiyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Giel In ceremonial magick he has dominion over Gemini.

Gippuyel One of the many names of Metatron.

Glaras An angel of the 1st hour of the night serving under Gamiel.

Glauron, Glaura A beneficent angel of the air invoked from the north.

Glmarij An angel of the 3rd hour of the day serving under Veguaniel.

Gnial One of the sixty-four angel wardens of the seven celestial halls.

Golandes An angel invoked in the exorcism of Wax.

Gonael One of the many guards of the gates of the North Wind.

Gorfiniel An angelic guard of the 7th Heaven.

Gradiel, Gradhiel, Graphiel "might of God" The angel of Mars when it enters the signs of the Ram and Scorpio. His corresponding angel (for Mars) is Bartyabel.

Graniel An angel of the2nd hour serving under Anael.

Granozin An angel of the 2nd hour of the night serving under Farris.

Graphathas "One of the nine angels that run together throughout the heavenly and earthly places."

Grasgarben Along with Hadakiel, governing angel of Libra.

Grial, Griel A guardian angel of the 5th Heaven and one of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Guabarel Along with Tarquam, governing angel of Autumn.

Guael, Guel A Tuesday angel residing in the 5th Heaven and invoked from the east.

Gulacoc An angel of the Seal, used for conjuring.

Gurid A Summer Equinox angel, effective when invoked as an amulet against evil.

Guriel "whelp of God" One of the angels ruling the sign of Leo.

Guth One of the angelic rulers of Jupiter.

Gutrix A Thursday angel of the air serving Suth, chief of these angels, all of whom are subject to the South Wind.

Guziel An evil angel summoned in incantation rites against an enemy.

Gvurtial An angelic guard of the great palaces (or halls) of the 4th Heaven.

Gzrel An angel invoked to countermand evil decrees. The word Gzrel is part of a 42-letter name for God.

H Angels

Haael One of the seventy-two zodiac angels.

Haaiah An angel of the order of dominations. He rules over diplomacy and ambassadors, and is one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.

Haamiah An angel of the order of powers. He dominates religious cults and "protects all those those who seek the truth." His corresponding angel is Serucuth. Angel of Integrity Haamaiah guides us to make ethical decisions and enlightens us to the will to express our true selves and the courage to hear and understand other people's feelings

Haarez An angel of the Seal.

Haatan An angel who conceals treasures according to The Nuctemeron.

Habbiel> A Monday angel residing in the 1st Heaven invoked in love charms.

Habriel An angel of the order of powers summoned in conjuration rites.

Habudiel An angel of Sunday residing in the 4th Heaven and invoked from the south.

Habu(h)iah An angel with dominion over agriculture and fecundity. He is one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.

Hachashel One of the seventy-two zodiac angels.

Hadakiel, Chadakiel Along with Grasgarben, they govern the sign of Libra.

Hadariel [Hadraniel] Angel of Love His name means "majesty or greatness of God". He is the angel assigned as gatekeeper at the second gate in heaven. This angel's mission is to awaken our memory of eternal love.

Hadariron, Hadrion An archon names in lesser hechaloth lore and in the Alphabet of Rabbi Akiba.

Hadarmiel A holy angel named in The Greater Key of Solomon.

Hadarniel [Hadraniel]

Hadasdagedoy In hechaloth lore a guard of the 6th Heaven.

Hadiririon "the beloved angel of God" He may be invoked in ritual magick.

Hadraniel, Hadarniel, Hadariel, Hadriel "majesty of God" A porter angel stationed at the 2nd gate in Heaven. He is taller than Kemuel "by 60 myriads of parasangs" but shorter than Sandalphon "by a 500 years' journey." On seeing Hadraniel, Moses was "struck dumb with awe"; but when Moses uttered the Supreme Name, Hadraniel in turn trembled. Legend speaks of Adam visiting Heaven some 2,000 years before Moses. On that occasion, Hadraniel spoke to Adam about his possession of The Book of the Angel Raziel, a holy book reputed to have contained secrets and knowledge unknown even to the angels. This precious book came finally into the possession of Solomon, via Noah and Abraham. According to a Zoharic legend, "when Hadraniel proclaims the will of the Lord, his voice penetrates through 200,000 firmaments," and the Revelation of Moses states, "with every word from his mouth go forth 12,000 flashes of lightning." In gnosticism Hadraniel is "only one of seven subordinates to Jehuel, prince of fire." As Hadriel, he serves as one of the guards of the gates of the East Wind. In Sefer-ha-Heshek, he is one of the many name of Metatron, and he has been so identified in apocalyptic literature.

Haduriel In hechaloth lore a guard of the 6th Heaven.

Hael - Angel of Kindness Hael inspires art, beauty and kindness in mankind.

Hafkiel In Aramaic Incantation Text from Nippur, he is an angel invoked in the exorcism of demons.

Hagai In hechaloth lore a guard of the 5th Heaven.

Hagedola An angel of the Seal invoked during ceremonial rites.

Haggo An angel of the Seal who may be summoned during conjuration rites.

Hagiel An angel signifying the intelligence of Venus when it enters the sign of Taurus and Libra. His cabalistic number is 49 and corresponding angel, the spirit ruler of Venus, is Gadamel.

Hagios The name of a great angel or one of the secret names of God used in invocation rites.

Hagith Ruler of Venus and one of the seven Olympian spirits. He is governor of 21 or 35 of the 196 Olympian provinces. He is a Friday angel. According to Cornelius Agrippa, he commands 4,000 legions of angels; he has the power of transmuting metals. In white magick he is one of the seven stewards of Heaven.

Haglon An angel of the 3rd hour of the night serving under Sarquamich.

Hahael, Hahahel An angel of the order of virtues. He protects Christian missionaries and al disciples of the Christ; he is also one of the seventy-two angels that bear the name of God Shemhamphorae. His corresponding angel is Chantar‚.

Hahaiah An angel of the order of cherubim. He influences thoughts and reveals hidden mysteries to mortals. His corresponding angel is Atarph.

Hahyel, Chayyliel A prince of the ministering angels when these angels sit in at the divine judgment councils.

Hahnaziah One of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.

Hahiniah In the cabala, one of the throne angels.

Hahlii An angel invoked in the conjuration of the Ink and Colors.

Halowel A ministering angel.

Hahuiah One of the seventy-two angels bearing the names of God Shemhamphorae.

Haiaiel One of the seventy-two zodiac angels and one of the seventy-two bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Hailael, Hayael Chief angel of the order of hayyoth ("holy beasts").

Haim An angel with dominion over the sign of Virgo.

Hakamiah One of the cherubim, invoked against traitors, and guardian of France. His corresponding angel is Verasua.

Hakem In hechaloth lore one of the angelic guards of the 4th Heaven.

Hakha An angel of the Seal.

Hajahm One of the many names of Metatron.

Halacho Angel of sympathies and one of the angels of the 11th hour.

Halelviel In hechaloth lore, an angel stationed in the 7th Heaven.

Halliza The name of an angel appearing on the external circle of the pentagram of Solomon.

Halqim One of the many guards of the gates of the North Wind.

Haludiel An angel of the 4th Heaven invoked on Sunday while facing south. He is also an intelligence of the sun.

Halwaya One of the secret names of Metatron.

Hamabiel An angel noted as exercising dominion over Taurus. However, in ceremonial magick it is Tual who is charged with this duty and in some references Asmodel has dominion.

Hamael - Angel of Dignity Hamael presides over the sun sign, Capricorn, he encourages persistence, practicality and a sense of dignity.

Hamal, Hmnal An angel with dominion over water. He is also one of the seven angels worshipped by Balaam. He is invoked in Arabic incantation rites.

Hamaliel According to Trithemius, an angel of August, one of the rulers of the order of virtues, and governor of Virgo. In ceremonial magick, however, the ruler of Virgo is Voil or Voel. Angel of Logic This luminous one presides over the sun sign of Virgo, and aids us in increasing our abilities to think in an orderly and logical manner

Hamarytzod An angel of the 11th hour serving under Dardariel.

Hamatiel In occultism, an angel governing Virgo.

Hamaya A ministering angel.

Hamayzod An angel of the 4th hour of the night serving under Jefischa.

Hameriel An angel of the 5th hour of the night serving under Abasdarhon.

Hamied - Angel of Miracles Hamied is a glorious angel of such white that only his incredible eyes can be seen shining through. Hamied carries the essence of the Christ Light. He watches over us, waiting for opportunities to create a miracle in our life. His mission is to spark the memory of our divinity through his examples.

Hamiel [Haniel]

Ham Meyuchad An angel of the order of cherubim who is sometimes equated with the great angel Akatriel.

Hamneijs An angel of the Seal.

Hamon One of the many guards of the gates of the South Wind. In # Enoch (Chap. 18) he is a "great prince, fearful and honored, pleasant and terrible, who maketh all the children of heaven to tremble when the time draweth nigh for the singing of the Thrice Holy." It has been suggested that this is another name for Gabriel.

Hamwak'il guardian angel invoked for rites of exorcism in Arabic lore.

Hanaeb One of the twelve angels of the zodiac.

Hananiel "graciously given of God" An archangel whose name appears inscribed on a pentagram.

Hanhl The angel who ordered Balaam to build the first seven altars.

Haniel, Aniel, Hamiel, Onoel, Hanael, Simiel "glory or grace of God" or "he who sees God" Angel of the December, chief of the order of principalities, virtues (tarshishim), and innocents according to The Magus. He is also governor of Capricorn and of Venus. He figures in the list of the seven (or ten) archangels and the ten holy sefiroth. In occult writings he is accredited with transporting Enoch to Heaven (usually ascribed to Anafiel). He has been compared to the Chaldean Ishtar and is invoked as an amulet against evil. Angel of Harmonious Love Meaning "grace or glory of God", many believe Haniel to be an archangel. He inspires us to be balanced in a a loving relationship.

Hanniniel In Aramaic incantations, an angel invoked in love charms.

Hannuel An angel who has dominion over Capricorn.

Hanoziz An angel of the 8th hour of the night serving under Narcoriel.

Hanozoz An angel of the 9th hour of the night.

Hantiel An angel of the 3rd hour of the day serving under Veguaniel.

Hanum, Hanun A Monday angel residing in the 1st Heaven and invoked from the south or north.

Haqemel One of the seventy-two zodiac angels.

Harahel In the cabala an angel in charge of archives, libraries and rare cabinets; also one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae. Angel of Knowledge Harahel opens our hearts and minds to new ideas. A guiding spirit who enlightens that knowledge is useless without wisdom and that wisdom generates kindness and love.

Harariel An angel found inscribed on a kamea for warding off evil.

Harbonah "ass driver" One of the seven angels of confusion. Also cited as an angel of annihilation.

Harchiel In black magick rites an angel invoked to command demons that confer invisibility.

Harhaziel, Harhazial One of the guardian angels of the palaces of the 3rd Heaven.

Hariel, Harael, Behemial An angel with dominion over tame beasts. He is invoked against impieties. He rules science and the arts and is of the order of cherubim.

Hariph [Raphael]

Harshael, Harshiel An angel invoked in Syriac conjuring ceremonies. As a spellbinding power he is cited (especially for the binding of sorcerers) along with Michael, Gabriel, Sarphiel, Azrael, and others.

Harta'il In Arabic lore a guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism.

Harudha In Persian mythology an angel who rules the element of water. In Mandaean lore he is equated with the female Haurvatat, who is the spirit of health and vegetation as well as ruler of water.

Harut, Haroth, Haurvatati, Haroot Usually linked with Maroth in Islamic legend. Harut was sent down from Heaven (with Maroth) to teach mortals the art of government (Koran, sura 2,102). In Persian lore, Harut and Maroth were angels of the highest rank, claimed to be two of the Amesha Spentas, and in possession of the secret name of God; this name unhappily they revealed to Zobra or Zuhrah, a mortal woman, with whom they both fell in love. A footnote to Ode 14 of Hafiz states that by the power of the Explicit Name, Zuhrah ascended to Venus "with which she became identified in Mohammedan mythology"; and continues that the fallen angels (Marut and Harut) "were punished be being confined, head down, in a pit near Babylon, where they were supposed to teach magick and sorcery." In the Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics IV, 615, the two are characterized as "fallen angels with a Satanic role."

Harviel In hechaloth lore an angel stationed at the 2nd heavenly hall.

Hasdiel An angel of Venus; also the angel of benevolence along with the angel Zadkiel. In The Zohar he is one of two chieftains, along with Shamshiel, that accompanied Uriel when her bore his standard in battle.

Hashesiyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Hashmal, Chasmal, Hayyah Chief angel of the order of dominions (hashmallim). The Zohar cites the term as meaning "an inner, supernal sphere, hidden and veiled, in which the mysteries of the celestial letters of the Holy Name are suspended." The legend of the Jews state the "Hashmal aurrounds the throne of God." He is the "fire speaking angel." In Hagiga an incident is noted; "once upon a time a young man was studying the vision of Ezekiel and was dwelling upon the angel Chasmal when fire proceeded from Chasmal and consumed him." The moral of this story in not explained.

Hashul One of the chiefs of the order of dominations.

Hasmed The angel of annihilation, and one of the five angels of punishment encountered by Moses in Heaven.

Hasmiyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Hasriel An angel found inscribed on a kamea for warding off evil.

Hatach An angel invoked in medieval Jewish incantation rites. The name derives from the initials of the words of the incantation.

Hatspatsiel One of the many names of Metatron.

Haurvatat "wholeness" In Zoroastrianism, one of the six Amesha Spentas. She is the personification of salvation. She is also a spirit of the waters. In Mandaean lore she is equated with Harudha, who is male. Some scholars see a derivation of the Koranic fallen angel Harut from this Persian angel.

Haurvatati, Haurvatat an angel in Arabic lore derived from the Amesha Spentas; also called Chordad.

Haven One of the twelve genii who preside over the twelve hours of the day. He is the genius of dignity.

Havhaviyah, Haviyahu, Hayat Three of the many names of Metatron.

Hayyael, Hayyel, Hashmal, Chayyiel, Hayyliel, Johiel, Yayael Chief angel of the hayyoth. He shares dominion over wild beasts with Thegri (Thuriel), Mitniel, and Jehiel. Angel of Wild AnimalsThis angel protects the wild animals of the earth. Hayyel teaches mankind that just as angels were created to watch over humans, humans are to caretake and love animals.

Haziel "vision of God" A cherub invoked to obtain the pity of God. He is one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae. When equated with Bernael, he is an angel of darkness.

He'el "life of God" An angel leader of the "heads of thousands." He is ruler of one of the seasons of the year and associated with Elimelech.

Heiglot An angel of snowstorms and ruler of the 1st hour.

Heikhali In hechaloth lore an guard at the 7th heavenly hall.

Hekaloth, hechaloth An angel in the heavenly Paradise mentioned in the treatise Hekaloth and in The Zohar I, 141fn.

Hel A name for God or an angel of God invoked in conjuring rites.

Helayaseph, Jiluyaseph, Hilujaseph An angel governing one of the seasons and is the "head of a thousand" angels of the seasons.

Helech [Abelech]

Helemmelek An angel governing one of the seasons. The name is said to be an inversion of Milkiel. BR> Hel(l)ison One of the five angels of the 1st chora, the others are Alimiel, Gabriel, Barachiel, and Lebes. When invoked he appears carrying a banner adorned with a crimson cross-crowned with roses.

Hemah Angel of wrath who has dominion over the death of domestic animals; also an angel of destruction. He was 500 parasangs tall, and was "forged out of chains of black and red fire." See Af

Heman "trust" Leader of the heavenly choir that sing hosannas in the morning hours. Over time he was transformed into maestro-angels in order to perform, in Heaven, services that he showed special skills for on earth.

Herachio [Astrachios]

Hetabor An angel invoked in the exorcism of Wax.

Heziel An angel of the zodiac.

Hhml Haml An angel of the firmament, one of the seven worshipped by Balaam. The name was created through permutations of the letters of the Hebrew alphabet.

Hibel-Ziwa In Mandaean lore an angel equated with Gabriel.

Hiel An angel inscribed on a kamea for warding off evil.

Hierimiel [Jeremiel]

Hilofatei and Hilofie In hechaloth lore they are guards of the 4th heavenly hall.

Hiniel In Syriac incantation rites an angel invoked for spellbinding along with Michael, Gabriel, Sarphiel, and others.

Hipeton, Anaphaxeton An angel who shares rulership of Jupiter with Johphiel.

Hismael An angel of Jupiter.

Hizarbin A genius of the sea and one of the genii of the 2nd hour.

Hizkiel One of the guards of the gates of the North Wind. He serves with Kafziel as chief aide to Gabriel when he bears his standard on battle.

Hlin Hntr One of the "nomima barbara," he is an angel of winds and one of the seven angels worshipped by Balaam.

Hlk Lil Hlk Lib One of the "nomima barbara," an angel of holiness and one of the seven angels worshipped by Balaam.

Hlm Hml [Hhml Haml]

Hngel An angel of the summer equinox. He is also effective as an amulet against evil.

Hodiel "victory of God" An angel of the Briatic world (the world of Creation). He is also mentioned as an angel who may be invoked along with Kabniel, and Tarpiel.

Hodniel An angel who is reputed to cure stupidity in man.

Hoesediel "mercy of God" An angel of the Briatic world (one of the four archetypal worlds). He is listed as belonging to the order of hashmallim (dominations) and with being one of the ten sefiras.

Hofniel "fighter for God" Chief of the bene elohim ("sons of God"), an order amoung the ten hierarchies in the cabala.

Homadiel Identified as the "Angel of the Lord."

Horaios, Oreus, Horeus One of the seven archons in the Ophitic system and ruler of one of the Seven Heavens "leading to the aeon of the archons."

Hormuz In ancient Persian lore the angel in charge of the 1st day of the month.

Hout An angel invoked in Arabic conjuring rites.

Hoveh Hayah One of the many names for Metatron.

Hshahshiel A Syrian spellbinding angel.

Hsprh Hsmim One of the seven angels worshipped by Balaam.

Hubaiel An angel of the 1st Heaven.

Hubaril The angel who is the messenger for Saturn.

Hufaltiel, Huphaltiel A Friday angel of the 3rd Heaven invoked from the west.

Hugron Kunya One of the fourteen great conjuring names of angels listed in The Sword of Moses.

Huha A name for God or of an angel mentioned by the Essenes in their Covenant of the Community (a scroll recently discovered among the Dead Sea Scrolls)>

Hukiel In hechaloth lore an angel guard of the 7th heavenly hall.

Hula'il According to Arabic lore a guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism.

Humastrav, Humastraw A Monday angel residing in the 1st Heaven and invoked from the north.

Humiel An angel governing Capricorn. BR> Huphatriel One of the angel intelligences of Jupiter.

Hurtapal Along with Michael and Dardael, one of the angels of Sunday.

Husael An angel of the 3rd Heaven.

Hushmael An angel inscribed on a kamea for warding off evil.

Hutriel "rod of God" One of the seven angels of punishment, equated with Oniel. He lodges in the 5th camp of Hell, and helps in the "punishment of the ten nations."

Huzia One of the sixty-four angel wardens of the seven celestial halls.

Huznoth An angel invoked in the exorcism of the Water.

Hyniel A Tuesday angel subject to the East Wind and invoked from the north.

Hyoskiel Jhvhh One of the angelic princes of the hosts of X.

I Angels

Iabiel An evil angel (yes, some angels are considered evil without being a demon) invoked in ceremonial magick for separating a husband from his wife.

Iachadiel An angel whose name is on the 5th pentacle of the moon. He "serveth unto destruction and loss.thou mayest call upon him against all Phantoms of the night and to summon the souls of the departed from Hades."

Iadara In association with another angel named Schaltiel, he governs the sign of Virgo.

Iadiel "hand of God" An angel listed in the Vocabulaire de l'Ang‚lologie."

Iaeo An angel invoked to exorcise demons. With the aide of other angels, he is able to frustrate the maneuverings of Saphathorael.

Iahhel In the cabala an archangel who has charge over philosophers and those who wish to withdraw from worldly trepidations. He is also one of the seventy-two angels who bear the name God Shemhamphorae. Angel of Meditation As an angel who inspires meditation, Iahhel watches over those who seek a retreat from earthly pursuits in a responsible way.

Iahmel An angel of the element of air.

Ialcoajul An angel of the 11th hour of the night under Dardariel.

Iamariel An angel of the 9th hour of the night under Nacoriel.

Iameth An angel cited in occult and apocryphal writings. He is the only beneficent angel who is able to overcome the demon of the sea, Kunospaston.

Iaoth One of the seven archangels in The Testament of Solomon. Kurteel, the demon that causes bowel pains may be overcome by the power of his name.

Iaqwiel An angel of the moon.

Iax An angel who is able to thwart the demons Roeled and Envy.

Iboriel In hechaloth lore, a guard at the 7th heavenly hall.

Iciriel One of the twenty-eight angels ruling the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Idrael In hechaloth lore, a guard at the 5th heavenly hall.

Iealo An angel invoked to exorcise demons. Most likely a variant of Iaeo.

Iedidiel An angel invoked during ritual.

Iehuiah An angel of the order of thrones or of powers; a protector of princes and one of the angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Ieiaiel Angel of the future. He is one of the angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Ieilael One of the angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Ielahiah Formerly an angel of the order of virtues, he protects magistrates, and renders legal decisions in legal suits. He is one of the angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Ieliel One of the angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Ierahlem An angel invoked in ceremonial magick. BR> Ierathel, Terather An angel of the order of dominions.

Ierimiel, Hierimiel A form of Jeremiel.

Iesaia One of the many names of Metatron.

Ietuqiel An angel invoked by women at childbirth. It is said to be the primitive name of Moses.

'Ifafi In hechaloth lore a guard of the 7th heavenly hall.

Iggereth bath Mahalath A variant spelling for Agrat bat Mahlat.

Ihiazel One of the seventy-two angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Iibamiah One of the seventy-two angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Ijasusael In Enochian lore one of the leaders of the angels of the seasons.

Ikkar Sof Angelic ruler of the month Schebat (January-February).

Ilaniel According to Jewish tradition, an angel with charge over fruit-bearing trees.

Ili-Abrat, Ilabrat, Papukkal A winged angel, Babylonian chief messenger of the god Anu. He carries a staff/wand in his right hand.

Imachedel An angel invoked by the Master of the Art.

'Immiel In hechaloth lore, an angel that assists Metatron in reciting the Shema.

Imriaf The angelic ruler of the month Tamouz (June-July).

Imriel "eloquence of God" The angelic ruler of the month Siwan (May-June).

Ingethal or Ingethel [Gethel]

In Hii In Mandaean lore one of the four malki or uthri (angels) of the North Star.

Inias One of the seven angels reprobated at the church council in Rome (745 C.E.). The other reprobated angels were Uriel, Raguel, Simiel (Semibel), Tubuel, Tubuas, and Saboac.

Innon The holy name of an angel by which demons are commanded to appear in Solomonic conjuration rites.

Ioelet An angel invoked to exorcise demons. With the help of other angels he is able to frustrate the aims of Saphathorael.

Iofiel, Iophiel, Zophiel, Jofiel, Jophiel "beauty of God" A companion of Metatron; a prince of the Torah (Law), usually included among the seven archangels and equated with Yefefiah. He is ruler of Saturn, alternating with Zaphchiel (Zaphkiel). Paracelsus has cited him as the intelligence of Jupiter. Some view him as the angel that drove Adam out of Eden. In Angels in Art he is cited as the preceptor angel of the sons of Noah (Shem Ham, and Japhet). Angel of Beauty Her name means "beauty of God". She helps us to recognize that everything that happens is divine, natural and beautiful in the eternal sense. Iofiel is here to help us experience a new depth of beauty. She assists us in attuning with our eternal self so that we may express the harmony that is our unique reflection of God.

Ioniel In Solomonic lore one of the two princes ruling the universe, the other being Sefoniel. He may be invoked using the proper procedures.

Irel An Tuesday angel residing in the 5th Heaven and invoked from the west.

Isda An angel who provides sustenance to humans. Angel of Nourishment Isda provides nourishment for physical, emotional and spiritual fulfillment.

Isfandarmend, Isphan Darmaz In Persian mythology the angel of February and ruler of the 5th day of each month.

Ishliah One of the angels governing the east. [See Gauriil Ishliha]

Isiael One of the Tuesday angels residing in the 5th Heaven.

Ismoli The ministering angel to the ruler of the angels of the air, Samax.

Isphan Darmaz, Isphendarmoz, Spendarmoz According to Persian lore, the tutelary spirit of the earth and the presiding angel over February. He was also the angel for virtuous women.

Israel "striver of God" An angel of the order of hayyoth, a distinguished order of angels surrounding God's throne and to be compared with the cherubim and seraphim. He is ranked 6th of the throne angels. In the Prayer of Joseph, an Alexandrian Gnostic apocryphon there occurs this passage: "He who speaks to you, I, Jacob and Israel, am an angel of God and a principal (archikon) spirit." Elsewhere in the same text: I am Israel the archangel of the power of the Lord and the chief tribune among the sons of God." Further, Jacob-Israel identifies himself as the angel Uriel. In this apocryphon, the patriarch Jacob is an archangel (Israel) who has entered earthly life from a pre-existent state. The mystics of the geonic period (7th-11th centuries) speak of a heavenly being named Israel; the duty of this angel is to "call the hosts of angels to chant God's praise." He addresses them with these words: "Bless ye the Lord who is to be blessed." Philo identifies Israel with the Logos. In the Legends of the Jews, Israel is designated "Jacob's countenance in the throne of Glory."

Israfel, Israfil, Isrephel, Sarafiel In Arabic folklore "the burning one", the angel of resurrection and song, who will blow the trumpet on Judgment Day. As Israfel, Angel of Song This celestial being being holds dominion over music, inspiring music and feelings of new hope and embodying the creative word of God. As Israfil - Angel of Judgment Day Considered one of the four archangels of Islam, the angel who will blow the horn on Judgment Day. Also an angel of music. He is described as four-winged and "while his feet are under the 7th earth, his head reaches to the pillars of the divine throne." Also "3 times a day and 3 times during the night he looks down into Hell and is so convulsed with grief that his tears would inundate the earth if Allah did not stop their flow." It is further "revealed" that for three years he served as companion to Mohammed, whom he initiated in the work of a prophet, then Gabriel came and took over. Another tradition in Islam speaks of Israfel, Gabriel, Michael, and Azrael being sent by Allah to the four corners of the earth to fetch seven handfuls of dust for the creation of Adam-a variant of the Genesis account in which God creates Adam out of the dust on the ground; or the Jewish account of "from a spoonful of dust taken from the spot where, in time, the altar of atonement would stand in Jerusalem." On this mission, only Azrael, the angel of death, was successful. Israfel is one of the four angels to be destroyed in the universal conflagration at the end of the world, of which the Koran speaks and will occur at the sounding of the 3rd and final blast. There is a strong feeling that God or Allah will revive them, just he did Rahab. However, attention must be given to the fact that the Koran does not mention Israfel by name and so it would be incorrect to identify him as a Koranic angel (which Poe does in a footnote to his poem "And the angel Israfel, whose heart strings are a lute, and who has the sweetest voice of all God's creatures-Koran") His source had to be other than the Koran for nothing can be found in it.

Itatiyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Ithoth An angel who can subvert the designs of Saphathoreal, with the help of others.

Itmon One of the many names of Metatron.

Itqal An angel of affection. Invoke when there is dissension.

Itra'il In Arabic lore a guardian angel invoked during rites of exorcism.

Iurabatres, Eurabatres An angel with charge over Venus.

Iyar A Talmudic angel thought to have been derived from Babylonian sources just as Gabriel and Michael were.

Iyasusael [Ijasusael]

Izachel An angel invoked in ritual magic, specifically in prayer by the Master of the Art.

Iz'iel In hechaloth lore an guard of the 6th heavenly hall.

Izrael One of the four angels who will be exempt from the terrifying blast of the 1st Trumpet on Judgment Day (the other three being Gabriel, Michael, and Israfel). According to Islamic lore, there will be three blasts in all, the final one the blast of the Resurrection. There will be either a 40-year or 40-day interval between each blast. At the very end, at Allah's command, "the dry and rotten bones and dispersed parts of the bodies of all human creatures, even to the very hairs, will be called to judgment."

Izra'il - Angel of Health Also an Islam archangel, this angel brought God a handful of dirt with which to create Adam.

Izrafel [Israfel]

J Angels

Jabniel "Jehovah causes to be built" One of the ruling angels of the 3rd Heaven.

Jabriel [Jibril]

Jachniel One of numerous angelic guards of the gates of the South Wind.

Jacob [Israel]

Jael, Joel One of the twin cherubim on the Mercy Seat of the Ark of the Covenant, the other cherub being Zarall. In occult lore, Jael is an angel governing the zodiacal sign of Libra.

Jahoel [Jehoel] Angel of Presence Regarded as a mediator and considered to be "the angel who holds the Leviathan in check." Jehoel is the chief of the order of seraphim.

Jaluha In the Gnostic work Texts of the Savior, Jaluha is the "receiver of Sabaoth Adamas." To sinners who are being judged or purged, Jaluha bears the cup of oblivion so that the soul "may drink therein and forget all the places which it has passed through."

Jamaerah - Angel of Manifestation Jamaerah is responsible for assisting us in achieving our heart's desires. He opens up space for our visions to manifest in reality.

Janax A Monday angel of the 1st Heaven invoked from the east.

Janiel Angel of the 5th Heaven ruling on Tuesday and subject to the East Wind.

Jareahel [Jevanael]

Jareriel [Jazeriel]

Jariel An angel of the divine face or presence. A variant form of Suriel, Sariel, Raziel.

Javan, Yavan Greek, for Greece A guardian angel whose special sovereignty is Greece. In Jewish legend, Javan exercises dominion also over Israel, although, traditionally, it is Michael who serves as tutelary guardian of the chosen people.

Jazar A genius that "compels love." Jazar is one of the genii of the 7th hour, according to The Nuctemeron of Apollonius of Tyana.

Jazeriel, Jareriel One of the 28 angels ruling over the 28 mansions of the moon.

Jeduthun "praising" or "judgment" In the cabala, lord of the evening choirs in Heaven. As "Master of Howling" he leads myriads of angels in chanting hymns of praise to God at the close of each day. Psalms 39, 62, 77 are inscribed "To the chief Musician, even Jeduthun." Here, clearly, Jeduthun is a mortal (a Levite), one of the directors of music at the temple; but in the early Middle Ages the Zoharists transformed Jeduthun into an angel and assigned him in Heaven a post similar to the one he invested on earth.

Jehoel, Jehuel, Jaoel, Yahoel, Shemuel, Kemuel, Metatron Mediator of the ineffable name and one of the princes of the presence. In Jewish legend, Jehoel is "the angel who holds the Leviathan in check." He is chief of the order of seraphim (although it is Seraphiel who is commonly invested with this rank). According to The Apocalypse of Abraham, Jehoel (otherwise Metatron-Yahoel) is the heavenly choirmaster, "singer of the eternal" and "heavenly Son of Man" who accompanied Abraham on his visit to Paradise and revealed to him the course of human history. In his Jewish Gnosticism, Merkabah Mysticism, and Talmudic Tradition, Scholem suggests that Jehoel is an earlier name of Metatron. In the cabalistic Berith Menuha, Jaoel (Jehoel) is the principal angel over fire. King, The Gnostics and Their Remains, lists seven subordinates of Jehuel-Seraphiel, Gabriel, Nuriel, Temmael, Shimshael, Hadarniel, and Sarmiel.

Jehovah-Angel The angel in Genesis 48:16 is so termed (angel of the Lord) by Gregory Thaumaturgus in his "Panegyric Addressed to Origen ".

Jehudiam In The Zohar, Jehudiam is an angel "who keeps the accounts of the righteous." In addition, he "carries the 70 keys of all the treasures of the Lord."

Jehudiel Ruler of the movements of the celestial spheres. Jehudiel is sometimes included in the list of the seven archangels. [See Salatheel.]

Jehuel [Jehoel]

Jekusiel In Pirke Hechaloth, Jekusiel is an angelic guard stationed in one of the halls of the 1st Heaven.

Jekut(h)iel An amulet spirit, invoked by women at childbirth. Moses was christened Jekuthiel, says Pirke Rabbi Eliezer, because "his form was like that of an angel."

Jeliel A seraph whose name is inscribed on the Tree of Life in the world of Yetzirah (Formation). In the cabala, Jeliel is the heavenly prince-ruler of Turkey. He controls the destiny of kings and other high dignitaries and gives the palm of victory to of the elohim. He inspires passion between the sexes and insures marital fidelity.

Jeou In Gnostic lore, a great heavenly power who shackles the god Ialdabaoth to a sphere of fate. Jeou deprives the god of his rank and elevates in his place Ialdabaoth's son, Ibraoth (Sabaoth).

Jerazol An angel of power mentioned in cabalistic works. He is invoked in conjuring rites.

Jeremiel "mercy of God" or "whom God sets up" In Enoch and II Esdras, Jeremiel is equated with Remiel; also with Uriel. He is one of the seven archangels in the original or earliest listings. He has been described as the "lord of souls awaiting resurrection." In II Esdras, Jeremiel is referred to as an archangel.

Jerescue, Jeruscue A Wednesday angel, residing in the 3rd Heaven and invoked from the west according to de Abano, The Heptameron. But, according to Barrett, The Magus II, Jerescue is a resident of the 2nd Heaven (which may make a difference as to the direction from which he is to be invoked).

Jesodoth In rabbinic tradition, an angel who receives wisdom and knowledge direct from God for transmission to man. He is 10th in the hierarchy.

Jesubilin According to the Grimorium Verum, a "holy angel of God" invoked in Gnostic rites. The name is a variant form of Serabiin.

Jesus Regarded by Philo, Justin Martyr, and early Christian writers as "a leading angel" or archangel; also identified as the Logos or Word, and as such is said to have been one of the three angels that visited Abraham under the oak of Mamre.

Jeu In Gnostic lore, specifically in Pistis Sophia, Jeu is a great angel, "overseer of light, arranger of the Cosmos." He is one of the three great powers on high, occupying the place on God's right, with Propator on God's left.

Jevanael, Jareahe In Mosaic lore, one of the seven princes that stand continually before God and to whom are given the spirit-names of the planets.

Jibril, Jabriel, Jabril, Jibra'il, Jabriyel, Abruel The name of Gabriel in Koranic Scripture. As Jibra'il in Arabic rites of exorcism, he is regarded as a guardian angel. In Persian lore, Jibril is Bahram, "the mightiest of all the angels"; also "Serosh, the message-bringer."

Jinn In Moslem theology, the jinn were created 2,000 years before Adam. They were originally of a high estate, equal to the angels, with Eblis chief among them. When, on the creation of Adam, Eblis refused to worship the earthling, Eblis was degraded and cast out of Heaven along with the jinn, who thenceforth became demons. Five sons of Eblis were among the evil jinn. In Hughes, A Dictionary of Islam, "Genii," we find the following quotation: "The most noble and honorable among the angels are called the Ginn, because they are veiled from the eyes of the other angels on account of their superiority."

Jinniyeh Feminine for jinn.

Joel, Jael, Jehoel, Yahoel, Jah-el, etc. In The Book of Adam and Eve, a pseudepigraphic work, Joel is the archangel who allotted our first parents a 7th part of the earthly paradise. Joel is also credited with being the angel who bade Adam name all things, an incident related in Genesis 2:19-20 (where it is God Himself who appoints Adam to the task). Joel (Yahoel) is the 1st of Metatron's names. In Conybeare, The Testament of Solomon, the female demon Onoskelis, on being interrogated by Solomon, declared she was subject to Joel.

Jofiel [Iofiel]

Johiel Angel of Paradise, although Shamshiel, Zephon, Zotiel, Michael, and Gabriel, among others, have been called angels of Paradise. There are actually two paradises, the one heavenly, the other, earthly (Eden).

John the Baptist The "forerunner angel," as in Exodus 23:20; Malachi 3:1; Matthew 11:10. "Behold, I send an angel before thee, to keep thee in the way and to bring thee into the place I have prepared." In The Zohar Rabbi Judah declared: "This angel, this deliverer of the world, is sometimes male, sometimes female. When he procures blessings for the world, he is male, resembling the male who provides blessings for the female. But when he comes to bring chastisement on the world, he is female, being, as it were, pregnant with the judgment." [See Metatron; Shekinah; Helias the Prophet]. In the Coptic Book of John the Evangelist, Jesus speaks of "Helias the prophet" (meaning John the Baptist) and refers to the latter as an angel sent by Satan to baptize with water. "In the icons of the Eastern Church he (John the Baptist) is always depicted with wings, to indicate his office as messenger (angel) sent before the face of Christ"-from Gales, "The Christian Lore of Angels."

Jophiel [Iofiel] Angel of Enlightenment Some belief Johpiel to be an archangel. This angel inspires us toward awareness, enlightenment, open-mindedness and freedom of thought. He teaches our consciousness to discover the Light within.

Jorkemo [Yurkemi]

Josata, Josta An angel invoked in Solomonic magic rites in the Uriel conjuration. Josata is one of the four magical words or names spoken by God "with his mouth, to his servant Moses", the other three names being Ablati, Abla, and Caila.

Josephel [Asfa'el]

Joth A secret name of God, which "Jacob learned from the angel in the night of his wrestling, and by which he was delivered from the hands of his brother Esau."

Joustriel In The Lemegeton, an angel of the 6th hour of the day, serving under Samil.

Jukar "a prince over all the angels and all the Caesars," according The Greater Key of Solomon.

Jusguarin A ruling angel of the 10th hour of the night. Jusguarin has ten chief angelic officers under him, as well as one hundred lesser officers.

K Angels

Kabchiel A Mandaean angel.

Kabniel An angel invoked to cure stupidity.

Kabriel [Cabriel]

Kabshiel An angel who when conjured and he is agreeable to the invocant, confers grace and power. He is also engraved on amulets.

Kadal One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Kadashiel One of the many angel guards at the gates of the South Wind.

Kadi(el) A Friday angel serving in the 3rd Heaven and may be invoked from the west.

Kadir-Rahman "power of mercy" One of the seven archangels in Yezidic devil-worship, invoked in prayer.

Kadkadael In hechaloth lore a guard stationed at the 6th heavenly hall.

Kadmiel "before God" One of the seventy childbirth angels that may be invoked.

Kafziel, Cassiel, Qaphsiel "speed of God" The angel governing the death of kings. In geonitc tradition one of the seven archangels with charge over Saturn. As Qaphsiel, he is controller of the moon. In The Zohar he serves with Hizkiel as chief aide to Gabriel when he bears his standard in battle.

Kahaviel [Dahaviel]

Kakabel, Kochbiel, Kokbiel, Kabaiel, Kochab "star of God" Angel of the Moon Meaning "star of God", Kakabel is a powerful angel in charge of the stars and constellations. Considered by some as a holy angel and by others as a fallen angel. Kutiel - Angel of Water This angelic benefactor holds dominion over the art of finding water with divining rods. A great angelic prince who exercises dominion over the stars and constellations. In The Book of the Angel Raziel, he is a high, holy angel; but in apocryphal lore, such as Enoch I, he is evil (a fallen angel) and a resident of the nether realms. Whether in Heaven or Hell he commands 365,000 spirits who do his bidding. Among other duties he instructs his fellows in astrology.

Kal The guardian angel of Nebuchadnezzar.

Kalka'il In Islam, a guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism. Also an angel of the 5th Heaven with charge of a group of angels in the guise of houris (black-eyed celestial nymphs) engaged in worshipping Allah.

Kalkelmiyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Kalmiya One of the seven angelic princes of power, guards of the veil of the 7th Heaven. The other six are usually listed as Boel, Asimor, Psachar (Paschar), Gabriel, Sandalphon, and Uzziel.

Kandile One of the nine holy angels invoked according to The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Kaniel One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Kaphkaphiel An angel inscribed on a kamea for warding off evil.

Karliel One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Karmiel One of the many guards of the gates of the East Wind.

Karniel One of the many guards of the gates of the West Wind.

Kartion In hechaloth lore an angel stationed at the 7th Heaven.

Kasbak, Baskabas A secret name of the angel Metatron.

Kashiel One of the many guards of the gates of the South Wind.

Kashriel, Tophnar One of the seven guards of the 1st Heaven identified with Zevudiel.

Katchiel One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Katzfiel An angelic prince of the Sword, and guard of the 6th Heaven. It is said that his sword emits lightning.

Katzmiel One of the guards of the 6th Heaven.

Kautel [Ketuel]

Kavzakiel One of the angel-princes of the Sword.

Kawkabel [Kakabel]

Kazviel An angel who is stationed as a guard in the 4th Heaven.

Kedemel The angel of Venus in talismanic magick.

Keel "like God" An angel of a season, one of the "leaders of heads of thousands."

Kelail The governor of the 5th Heaven according to Islamic traditional lore.

Keliel One of the seventy-two angels of the quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac.

Kelkhea and Kelkheak Two mysterious angels to whom the secrets of Creation were revealed.

Kemos [Kimos]

Kemuel, Shemuel, Camael, Seraphiel "helper" or "assembly of God" The great archon who stands at the windows of Heaven as mediator between prayers of Israel and the princes of the 7th Heaven. He is chief of seraphim and one of the ten holy sefiroth. Legend tells of Moses destroying Camael when this great angel tried to prevent Moses from receiving the Torah at the hand of God. According to the Revelation of Moses is (or was) leader of 12,00 angels of destruction.

Kenunit One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Kered An angel of the Seal.

Kerkoutha An angel with dominion over the south.

Kerubiel Eponymous head of the order of cherubim. 3 Enoch describes him thusly: "full of burning coals.there is a crown of holiness on his head. and the bow of the Shekinah is between his shoulders."

Ketheriel "crown of God" A sefiroth invoked in cabalistic rites.

Ketuel, Kautel One of the three angels making up the Triune God, the other two are Meachuel and Lebatei.

Keveqel One of the seventy-two angels of the zodiac.

Kezef In Jewish tradition, an angel of death and one of the five angels of destruction (along with Af, Hemah, Mashhit, and Haron-Peor). He fought against Moses in Horeb; and he was the angel of death whom Aaron seized and imprisoned in the Holy Tabernacle. He is the angel of wrath.

Kfial One of the sixty-four wardens of the seven celestial halls.

Khabiel One of the supervising guards of the 1st Heaven named in the Pirke Hechaloth.

Kharael An angel who, when his name is pronounced is able to exorcise the demon Belbel, as Belbel concedes in The Testament of Solomon.

Kharura'il A guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism in Arabic lore.

Khasdiel The name of an angel inscribed on a Hebrew amulet. It appears along with the names of the angels Senoi, Sansenoi, and Samangeloph, as well as the names of Adam, Eve, and Lilith.

Khurdad In ancient Persian lore, the angel of May and governor of the 6th day of the month. He is one of the Amesha Spentas, and is prayed to at the 56th gate of Paradise as an intercessor.

Kidumiel One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Kimos, Kemos A secret name for Michael or Metatron.

Kinor One of three angels stationed at the upper gates of Hell.

Kipod An angel like Kinor. The other two angels are Nagrasagiel (or Nasragiel) and Nairyo Sangha (messenger of Ahura Mazda). It was Kipod who lead Rabbi Joshua to the gates of Hell and showed him the compartments into which the Underworld is divided.

Kiramu `l-katibin One of two recording angels in Arabic lore.

Kirtabus Angel of languages and one of the angels of the 9th hour.

Kisael In hechaloth lore an angel stationed at the 5th Heaven.

Kitreal, Kitriel A form of Akatriel.

Klaha One of the many guards of the gates of the South Wind.

Kmiel In Jewish Mysticism an angel of the Summer Equinox and effective as an amulet against evil.

Kokabiel [Kakabel]

Kokaviel An angel inscribed on the 3rd pentacle of Mercury.

Kokhabriel [Kakabel]

Kolazonta "the chastiser" Greek The destroying angel who is cited in the Aaron incident related by Reider in The Book of Wisdom, 18:22. He is the "personification of the destroying spirit" who is in IV Maccabees 7:11 is called an angel.

Komm The angel who refused to give a description of Hell to Rabbi Joshua.

Korniel One of the many guards of the gates of the South Wind.

Korshid A Mandaean and also a Mazdean archspirit comparable to Metatron.

Kotecha An angel of the Seal.

Krishna [Krisn Avatar]

Krisn Avatar, Krishna 8th of the ten avatars in Vedic lore. [See Avatar]

Kshathra Vairya One of the six Amesha Spentas.

Kshiel [Kushiel]

Kso'ppghiel A leader of the angel of fury, one of the Nomina Barbara.

Kuriel [Kyriel]

Kurmavatar "tortoise avatar" One of the ten avatars.

Kurzi [Angel of the Footstool]

Kushiel "rigid one of God" One of the seven angels of punishment and a "presiding angel of Hell." He "punishes the nations with a whip of fire."

Kutiel An angel invoked in connection with the use of divining rods.

Kyniel An angel serving in the 3rd Heaven.

Kyriel, Kuriel One of the twenty-eight angels governing the twenty-eight mansions of the moon. As Kuriel he guard the gates of the West Wind.

Kzuial An angelic guard of the 4th Heaven.

L Angels

Labarfiel One of the angelic guards of the 7th heavenly hall.

Labbiel Original name of Raphael. His name was changed when, according to Jewish legend, he complied with God's command concerning the creation of man. The angels of truth and the angels of peace did not comply with the divine command and were therefore burned.

Labezerin The angel of success. He also serves in the 2nd hour of the day.

Labusi One of the five angels of omnipotence.

Lad Hebrew, "tender age" One of the many names of Metatron>

Lahabiel An angel who assist Raphael in the rulership of the 1st day. Along with Phaniel, Rahabiel, Ariel, and others, he is invoked as an amulet against evil spirits.

Lahariel One of the seventy childbirth angels. He also assists Michael in the rulership of the 2nd. Day.

Lahatiel "the flaming one" One of the seven angels of punishment as listed in Maseket Gan Eden and Gehinnom. In the writings of cabalist Joseph ben Abraham Gikatilla, he is the presiding angel of the gates of death, which is the designation for the 2nd lodge of the 7 lodges in which Hell (arka) is divided. He is one of the angels in Hell who punishes nations "for cause."

Laila(h), Leliel, Lailahel, Layla. Angel of Conception Lailah is the angel of the night in Jewish legend. She is in charge of conception and is appointed to guard spirits at their birth. Another legend states that she fought for Abraham when he battled Kings. The name is said to derive from the rabbinic exegesis of the word "lailah" (meaning night) in Job 3:3. According to The Zohar he is "an angel appointed to guard the spirits at their birth." In Jewish legendary lore, he is a demonic angel of night, the 'prince of conception," to be compared with Lilith, demoness of conception. However, in Genesis Rabba 417 and in Sanhedrin96a the story is that he fought for Abraham when the patriarch battled kings-which would make him a good, rather than a wicked angel.

Lama, La Ma An angel of the air, ruler of Tuesday, and resident of the 5th Heaven. Invoke from the west.

Lamach An angel with dominion over Mars.

Lamassu In Assyrian lore, a kindly spirit appealed to at the end of invocations for the exorcism of evil spirits. Thought to be of Babylonian origin.

Lamechalal, Lamechiel A planetary ruler cited in 3 Enoch. The Testament of Solomon states that Lamechalal is the only angel that can overcome the female demon Deceit.

Lameck, Lamideck A pure angel, invoked in black-magick rites, specifically at the conjuration of the Sword.

Lamediel An angel of the 4th hour of the night, serving under Jefischa.

Lamedk An angel like Lameck (but not to be confused with him) who is invoked in the conjuration of the Sword.

Larzod One of the "glorious and benevolent angels" invoked in Solomonic conjuring rites for imparting to the invocant some of the secret wisdom of the Creator.

Lauday An angel invoked in the benediction of the Salt.

Lau(v)iah In the cabala, an angel of the order of thrones; also of the order of cherubim. He influences savants and great personages.

L widh In Islamic apocalyptic lore, a "chief of angels." The sufi Abu Yazid in his mir'aj (ascent) to the seven Heavens comes upon L widh in the 2nd Heaven and is there offered "a kingdom such as no tongue can describe," but resists the offer knowing it to be a test of his single-minded devotion to God.

Lazai, Lazay A "holy angel of God" invoked in the exorcism of fire.

Lebes One of the chief angels of the 1st chora.

Lecabel An angel in control of vegetation and agriculture, and one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.

Lecahel An angel of the order of dominations (dominions).

Ledrion An angel invoked in the exorcism of spirits through the application of incense and fumigation.

Lehachel One of the seventy-two rulers of the zodiac.

Lehael In the cabala one of the 8 seraphim.

Lehahiah Once of the order of powers (potentates), he protects crowned heads and makes subjects obedient to their superiors. He is (or was, depending on his current status as a holy or evil angel) one of the seventy-two hierarchs bearing the mystical name of God Shemhamphorae.

Lehavah In hechaloth lore, an angel stationed at the 7th heavenly hall.

Lelahel An angel of the zodiac with dominion over love, art, science, and fortune. His corresponding angel is Asentacer.

Lelahiah One of the seventy-two angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Lemanael In the cabala, the spirit of the moon. His corresponding angel is Elimiel.

Lepha An angel of the Seal.

Leuuiah, Leviah One of the seventy-two angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Levanael, Iaraehel According to Cornelius Agrippa the spirit of the moon.

Librabis Genius of hidden gold and one of the angels of the 7th hour.

Lifton In hechaloth lore an angel stationed at the 7th heavenly hall.

Lithargoel A great angel whose name appears in the Coptic The Investiture of the Archangel Gabriel; also in the Acts of Peter.

Little Iao One of the many names of Metatron.

Liwet In Mandaean lore the angel of love and invention; also one of the seven planetary spirits. Angel of Inventions Liwet is a special friend of mortals who have original ideas, this celestial guides, inspires and encourages individuality and uniqueness.

Lobkir One of the guards of the gates of the West Wind.

Lobquin One of the angels of the 5th Heaven ruling on Tuesday in the west. He is subject to the East Wind.

Loel One of the guards of the gates of the South Wind.

Loquel An angel serving in the 1st Heaven.

Lord Zebaot In Jewish lore, the lord of hosts; the name God went by when he battled sinners.

Lucifer "light giver" Erroneously equated with the fallen angel (Satan) due to a misreading of Isaiah 14:12; "How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning," an apostrophe which applied to Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon. It should be pointed out that the authors of the books of the Old Testament knew nothing of fallen or evil angels, and do not mention them, although, at times, as in Job 4:18, the Lord "put no trust" in his angels and "charged them with folly", which would indicate that angels were not all that they should be. The name Lucifer was applied to Satan by St. Jerome and other Church Fathers. Actually, Lucifer connotes star, and applies (or originally meant to apply) to the morning or evening star (Venus).

Luel In the 15th-century Jewish magickal lore, an angel invoked in connection with the use of divining rods.

Luma'il In Arabic lore a guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism.

M Angels

Maadim One of two big stars (angels) Metatron showed Moses in the 4th Heaven. He "stands near the moon in order to warm the world from the cold."

Mach An angel summoned to confer invisibility.

Machal An angel invoked in the exorcism of the Bat.

Machasiel A Sunday angel residing in the 4th Heaven and invoked from the south. He is listed among the intelligences of the sun.

Machatan One of the powers of the spirits of the air, in rulership with Uriel, Cassiel, and Seraquiel. He is a Saturday angel.

Machidiel, Malchidiel, Malahidael, Malchedael, Melkeil, Melkejal "fullness of God" An angel governing March and ruler of Aries. According to Enoch, as Melkejal, he; "rises and rules in the beginning of the year" and has dominion "for 91 days, from spring to summer." In the cabala, as Melchulael, he is one of four angelic personifications of the holy sefira Malkut (the other three are Sandalphon, Messiah, and Emmanuel). In grimoires he is Prince Machidiel and may be commanded to cause the maiden of the invocant's desire to come to him; if a time and place be named then "the maiden invoked will not fail to appear."

Mach(k)iel One of the guards of the 6th Heaven in hechaloth lore.

Machmay An angel of the 7th hour of the night serving Mendrion.

Machnia, Machniel One of the seventy childbirth angels. As Machniel He is a guard at the gates of the South Wind.

Macroprosopus In the cabala he is "God of concealed form" the 1st of the holy sefiroth.

Madagabiel One of the guards at the gates of the North Wind.

Madan An angel of Mercury.

Madiel In occultism he is a governing angel of the watery triplicity residing in the 1st Heaven and invoked from the east.

Madimiel, Madiniel, Madamiel An angel of the 1st pentacle of Mars. In Mosaic lore he is one of seven princes "who stand continually before God and to whom are given the spirit-names of the planets."

Mador In hechaloth lore a guard of the 4th heavenly hall.

Madriel An angel of the 9th hour of the day serving Vadriel.

Mael In occultism he is a governing angel of the watery triplicity residing in the 1st Heaven and invoked from the north. He is a Monday angel and one of the intelligences of Saturn.

Magog [Gog and Magog]

Magirkon One of the many names of Metatron.

Maguth An angel of the air operating on Thursday. He is minister to Suth, chief of the air angels, all of whom are subject to the South Wind.

Mah According to Persian lore, he is the angelic overseer of the mutations of the moon.

Mahadeo, Mahesh In Vedic lore, Mahadeo (Siva) is one of eleven angels "with matted locks and 3 eyes" that represent symbolically the sun, moon, and fire. He also has (or had) 5 heads.

Mahalel and Mahalkiel Amulet angels effective for warding off evil.

Mahananel One of the many guards at the gates of the North Wind.

Mahariel "swift" An angel of Paradise stationed at the 1st portal; he provides new souls for the purified ones.

Mahashel One of the seventy-two angels of the quinaries of the Zodiac.

Mahasuah One of the seventy-two angels bearing the mystical name of God Shemhamphorae.

Mahish, Mahash A mighty angel who, with Brahma and Vishna, sprang from one of the primary properties.

Mahka'il An Arabic guardian angel invoked during exorcism rites.

Mahniel "mighty camp" Another name for "Azreil the Ancient." In The Zohar he is an angel who commands "60 myriads of legions, all winged, some full of eyes, some full of ears."

Mahzeil An angel in Mandaean lore.

Maianiel An angel serving in the 5th Heaven.

Maion An angel with dominion over Saturn. Angel of Self Discipline Maion inspires self discipline, maturity and the ability to work hard.

Maiphiat An angel invoked in the exorcism of the Bat.

Makatiel "plague of God" One of the seven angels of punishment.

Makiel A spellbinding angel invoked in Syriac incantations rite.

Maktiel, Matniel An angel with charge over trees. As Matniel he is one of the angels of punishment over ten nations. He lodges in the 4th compartment of Hell.

Malach ha-Mavet In both rabbinic literature and Koranic lore, the angel of death, usually identified as Sammael or Azreal.

Malachi or Malachy "angel of God" The angel of Jehovah. The final book of the Old Testament is called Malachi.

Malach Ra An angel of evil (in the causative sense), not necessarily himself evil. (Good angels under orders from God, often perform missions or acts commonly regarded as unjust, wicked, and evil.)

Malahidael - Angel of Courage This angel presides over the sun sign, Aries, and blesses us with special protection and blessings. Inspires enthusiasm, adventure and liveliness.

Malaku `l-Maut In the Koran, the angel of death. He may be identified as Izrael or Azreal.

Malashiel The preceptor angel of Elijah.

Malik, Malac In Arabic lore, a terrible angel who guards Hell. He is assisted by nineteen sbires (zabaniya) or guardians. In the Koran, Malik tells the wicked who appeal to him that they must remain in Hell forever because "they abhorred the truth when the truth was brought to them."

Malkiel, Malchiel "God's king" One of three angelic princes serving under Sephuriron, who is last in rank of the ten holy sefirtoth. He is also one of the guards at the gates of the South Wind.

Malkiyyah, Melchiah An angel who "serves the blood." This name is found on amulets as a protection against hemorrhages; it is mentioned in an unpublished Hebrew manuscript and occurs in Ezra 10:31.

Malkuth, Melkout, Malchut The 10th sefira, the En Soph, the Shekinah, soul of the Messiah, or Metatron.

Malmeliyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Malthidrelis An angel with dominion over the sign of Aries.

Maltiel A Friday angel residing in the 3rd Heaven and invoked from the west. He is also an intelligence of Jupiter. A preceptor angel of Elijah and a guard of the West Wind.

Maluzim A holy angel invoked in goetic rites.

Mambe'a A mighty angel whose name appears inscribed on a terra cotta devil trap (amulet) in Hebrew characters dated circa 1st-2nd centuries B.C.E. He was invoked as a protective spirit, in Babylon, against sorceries.

Mameroijud In the Pauline Art, the chief angel of the 10th hour of the night serving Jusguarin.

Mamiel An angel officer of the 7th hour serving Barginiel.

Manah An Arabic goddess-angel of fertility. Her idol, the oldest known to the Arabs, was destroyed on Mohammed's command.

Manakel An angel with dominion over aquatic animals and one of the seventy-two zodiac angels. Angel of the Oceans This celestial being protects and guides the animals, fish and plant life that dwell in the sea. He encourages us to get in touch with our deep inner wisdom which some refer to as a psychic ability.

Maneij An officer angel of the 4th hour of the night serving Jefischa.

Maniel A Syriac spellbinding angel.

Mantus In Etruscan religion, one of the nine Novensiles (supreme spirits).

Manu In Assyro-Babylonian lore, "Manu the Great" was a spirit that presided over fate.

Manuel An angel governing the sign of Cancer.

Marfiel An angel of the 4th hour of the day serving Vachmiel.

Margash One of the many names of Metatron.

Margesiel One of the many names of Metatron.

Margiviel Prince of the face and a guard of the 4th Heaven.

Mariel A Syriac spellbinding angel.

Marifiel A chief angel officer of the 8th hour of the night serving under Narcoriel.

Marioc(h) or Mariuk An angel who watched over the writings of Enoch. Along with Ariuk, God placed him as guardian over the immediate descendants of Enoch to assure that his books were preserved.

Marmarao A spirit invoked to overcome or cure bladder trouble caused by the demon Anoster.

Marmarath, Marmaraoth One of the seven planetary angels and the only one able to overcome the female jinn of war, Klothod.

Marniel An amulet angel for warding off evil.

Marnuel An angel mentioned by Rabbi Akiba.

Marnuthiel An angel mentioned by Rabbi Akiba.

Maroch The Lemegeton cites him as an angel of the 5th hour of the day serving Sazquiel.

Maron A holy name by which demons are commanded in Solomonic magick.

Maroth, Maroot, Marout "bitterness" Along with Haroth, he was sent down by God "with full commission to exercise government over all mankind, and to tutor and instruct them." He is a character in Persian lore adopted by the Jews. The Koran also speaks of him as an angel.

Mashit(h) "destroyer" An angel appointed over the deaths of children. He was one of the five angels of punishment that Moses encountered in Heaven according to the Midrash Tehillim. In The Zohar he is one of three demons in Gehinnom (Hell) who punishes those who sin by idolatry, murder, and incest. The other two are Af and Hemah.

Masim One of the many guards at the gates of the East Wind.

Maskelli, Maskelli-Maskello [Zarazaz]

Maskiel In hechaloth lore a guard of the 1st Heaven.

Masleh In the occult, the angel who "actuated the chaos and produced the four elements." In Jewish lore, he is the ruler of the Zodiac. In The Ancient's Book of Magic, "the power and influence of Logos descends through the angel Masleh into the sphere of the zodiac."

Masniel A governing angel of the zodiac.

Maspiel An angel stationed in the 2nd Heaven.

Mass Massiah In the Talmud's Shabbath, an angel invoked for the curing of cutaneous disorders.

Mastema, Mansemat The accusing angel; like Satan, he works for God as tempter and executioner; he is prince of evil, injustice, and condemnation. The Book of Jubilees and The Z dokite Fragments and the Dead Sea Scrolls, cite him as the angel of adversity, "father of all evil, yet subservant to God." It was Mastema who tried to kill Moses (Exodus 4:24) and who hardened Pharaoh's heart (the Midrash Abkir names Uzza here). There is a legend that he appealed to God to spare some of the demons so that he might execute the power of his will on the sons of man. God apparently thought this was a good idea and allowed 1/10th of the demons to remain at large, in the service of Mastema. It is also claimed that he helped the Egyptian sorcerers when Moses and Aaron appeared before Pharaoh to perform their magick.

Mastho In Transcendental Magic he is called the "genius of delusive appearances." He is one of the angels of the 10th hour.

Matafiel In hechaloth lore, one of the seven angel guards of the 2nd Heaven.

Mataqiel "sweet" One of the seven angel guards of the 1st Heaven in hechaloth lore.

Matarel, Matariel In rabbinic and pseudo-epigraphic lore, the angel of rain. In 3 Enoch he is one of the rulers of the world.

Mathiel A Tuesday angel residing in the 5th Heaven and invoked from the north.

Mathlai One of the spirits of Mercury, a Wednesday angel residing in the 2nd or 3rd Heaven and invoked from the east.

Matmoniel A "holy minister of God" who may be summoned to procure for the invocant a magic carpet using Solomonic conjuration rituals.

Matrona The Shekinah called "angel of the Lord" in The Zohar.

Matsmetsiyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Mavet Angel of death. [See Malach ha-Mavet]

Mavkiel An amulet angel for warding off evil.

Maymon Chief angel of the air, ruler of Saturn, and subject to the South Wind. He has three angels that minister to him: Abumalith, Assaibi, and Belidet.

Mbriel An angel who rules over the winds.

Meachuel In The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses one of the three angels of the Triune God used for conjuring. The other two are: Lebatei and Ketuel.

Mebabel One of the angels of the degrees of the zodiac. Those wishing to usurp the fortune of others invoke him. He is known to protect the innocent. His corresponding angel is Thesogar.

Mebahael One of the seventy-two angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Mebahaiah An angel who has dominion over morals and religion; also helps those desiring offspring. He is one of the angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae. His corresponding angel is Smat.

Mechiel One of the Zodiac angels.

Mediat, Modiat King of the Wednesday angels and one of the intelligences of Mercury.

Medorin An angel in the heavenly Paradise.

Medussusiel An angel of the 6th hour of the day serving Samil.

Meetatron [Metatron]

Mefathiel "an opener of doors" An angel favored by thieves and other troublemakers.

Megiddon An angel belonging to the order of seraphim.

Mehahel An angel belonging to the order of cherubim.

Mehaiah An angel belonging to the order of principalities.

Mehalalel A Syriac spellbinding angel.

Mehekiel An angel bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.

Meher, Mithra In Mandaean lore, the yazata (angel) presiding over light and justice.

Mehiel An angel who protects university professors, orators, and authors. His corresponding angel is Astiro.

Mehreil In the cabala, one of the archangels.

Mehuman "true, faithful" One of the seven angels of confusion.

Meil One of three Wednesday angels invoked in ceremonial magick.

Meimeiriron In ha-Cohen's text, "Emanations of the Left Side," he is 4th of the ten holy sefiroth, the "personalized Hesed." The "less authentic angel" of this sefira is Zadkiel.

Mekhapperyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Melahel One of the angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.

Melchi(d)ael An angelic prince summoned for his effectiveness in providing the invocant with the woman of his desires. (The "old way" of writing the grimoires seem to be very sexist; this angel, as well as any of the other similar angels, will also be effective if you are a woman desiring a man. They don't appear to be sexist.)

Melchisedec, Melchizedek, Melch-Zadok "the god Zadok is my king" King of righteousness whom most pseudo-Dionysius called "the hierarch most beloved of God." Angel of Peace This heavenly being is the chief angel of the order of virtues. In angelic lore he is considered a celestial virtue of great grace whose function in heaven is like the one Christ has on earth. Epiphanius in his Adversus Hearess calls him an angel of the order of virtues. According to pseudo-Tertullian, he is a "celestial virtue of great grace who does for heavenly angels and virtues what Christ does for man." In Genesis 14, Melchisedec is the fabled priest-king of Salem, ancient name for Jerusalem. It was to Melchisedec that Abraham gave tithes. In Phoenician mythology Melchisedec, called Sydik, is the father of the seven elohim of the divine presence. In the Gnostic Book of the Great Logos, Melchisedec is Zorokothera. Hippolytus refers to a sect, followers of one Theodotus (probably the 3rd-century heretics known as the Melchisedans), who claimed that there was "a great power named Melchisedek who was greater than Christ." In certain occult sources, he is identified as the Holy Ghost. In the Book of Mormon he is referred to as "the prince of peace." His symbol is a chalice and a loaf of bread. A new form of the Melchisedek myth, the work of an early Christian, has Melchisedec as the supernatural offspring of Noah's brother Nir, who is preserved in infancy by Michael, and who becomes, after the Flood, a great high priest, the "Word of God," and king of Salem, with "power to work great and glorious marvels that have never been." The term "word of God" very likely comes from St, John's "in the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." In Midrash Tehillim, commenting on Psalm 76, Melchisedec is identified as Shem, one of Noah's sons. This source also contains the legend of Melchisedec feeding the beasts in Noah's ark.

Melech An angel of the order of powers that may be invoked in conjuration rites.

Meleyal or Melejal "fullness of God" An angel of the autumn. He rules three months of the year.

Melha Chief of the order of flames (Buddhist counterpart of the seraphim).

Melioth One of the nine angels "that run together throughout heavenly and earthly places."

Malkejal, Machidiel The angelic ruler of the month of March.

Melkiel One of the angels of the four seasons serving with Helemmelek, Melejal, and Narel.

Memeon An angel invoked in the benediction of the Salt.

Memsiel A chief angel officer of the 7th hour of the night serving Mendrion.

Memuneh "Appointed one" A deputy angel, dispenser of dreams. Through Memuneh the universe operates.

Menadel An angel of the order of powers; one of the angels of the zodiac. He keeps exiles faithful and loyal to their native land. His corresponding angel is Aphut.

Menafiel An angel of the 11th hour of the day serving Bariel.

Mendrion The supreme ruling angel of the 7th hour of the night.

Menerva, Menvra One of the Novensiles (the nine supreme spirits) of the Etruscans.

Meniel One of the angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.

Menor An angel conjured in the exorcism of Wax.

Mentor An angel invoked in the exorcism of Wax.

Mercury, Hermes In the cabala the angel of progress, also a designation for Raphael.

Meresijm An angel of the 1st hour of the day serving under Sammael.

Meresin, Merasin, Meris, Metiris, Merihim, Meririm In A Theological Discourse of Angels he is one of the four angels of revelation-which would make him a holy angel; however, in The Hierarchy of the Bless‚d Angels, he is lord of thunder and lightning in Hell-which would make him one of the dammed. As a fallen angel, chief of the aerial powers.

Merkabah An angel of the chariot (the cherubim).

Merloy An "inferior" angel invoked in Solomonic magick.

Mermeoth One of the nine angels "that run together throughout heavenly and earthly places."

Merod A "most holy angel " invoked in magickal operations.

Merof an angel of the Seal.

Meros An angel of the 9th hour of the day serving Vadreil.

Merroe "a most pure angle;" invoked in the conjuration of the Sword.

Meshabber In rabbinic legendary lore, the angel with dominion over the death of animals.

Mesharim The name of Joseph Caro's angel, through whom Caro received visions and after whom he titled his Maggid Mesharim, a book which contains a description of the visions. The angel served as a personified Mishnah. Caro (1488-1575) was doyen of the 15th-century cabalistic Safed community in Upper Galilee (Palestine).

Mesriel An angel of the 10th hour of he day serving Oriel.

Messiach An angel invoked in magical operations. He is named in connection with the invocation "of the water and of the hyssop." It is advised to recite versicles out of Psalms 6, 67, 64, and 102.

Messiah Equated with Soter, Christ, Savior, God. With Metatron, Messiah is designated a cherub and guardian angel of Eden armed with a flaming sword. He is also the angel of the Great Council, angel of the Lord, a sefira in the Briatic world and analogous to the Logos or Holy Ghost. Paul in Colossians 1:16 and Ephesians 1:21 has Messiah in mind when he speaks of the angel "raised above all principalities and powers, virtues, dominations."

Mesukiel Third of the ten holy sefiras. He is equated with Machut or Malkuth; also with En Soph and the Shekinah. However, according to Isaac ha-Cohen of Soria, in his "Emanations of the Left Side", worlds of horror and destructive imaginings spring from Mesukiel, resulting in a double emanation, with seven successive groups of pure angels (the holy sefiroth) on one side and seven camps of dark spirits (the evil sefiroth) on the other.

Metatron, Metratton, Mittron, Metaraon, Merraton. Angel of Thought His name literally means "the throne beside the throne of God." He is considered one of the most important archangels who led the children out of Israel and also stopped Abrahamfrom sacrificing his son, Isaac. Metatron helps us communicate with God and brings God's presence to us and opens up our hearts in order to better receive this guidance. Responsible for supervising the Akashic Records, a special archive where all our thoughts and deeds are recorded upon a screen of mental essence. In noncanonical writings, he is perhaps the greatest of all the heavenly hierarchs, the 1st and the last of the ten archangels, prince of the divine face or presence, chancellor of Heaven, angel of the covenant, chief of the ministering angels, and the lesser YHWH (the Tetragrammaton). He is charged with the sustenance of mankind. In Talmud and Targum, he is the link between the human and the divine. In his earthly incarnation he was the patriarch Enoch-although Tanhuna Genesis claims he was originally Michael. Talmudic authorities for the most part shy away from identifying Enoch with Metatron (they tend to play down the relationship and even suppress it). In a tale of the marriage of God and Earth (Elohim and Edem), told in the Alphabet of Ben Sirs, God demands from Earth the "loan" of Adam for 1,000 years. Upon Earth agreeing to the loan, God writes out a formal receipt, and the archangels Michael and Gabriel witnessed this. The receipt is on deposit in the archives of Metatron, the heavenly scribe. Metatron has been variously identified as the dark angel who wrestled with Jacob at Peniel (Genesis 32); as the watchman in "Watchman, what of the night?" (Isaiah 21); as the Logos; as Uriel; and even as the evil Sammael. It is claimed that Exodus 23:30 refers to Metatron: "Behold, I send an angel before thee, to keep thee in the way and to bring thee unto the place which I have prepared" (Usually applied to John the Baptist), and Exodus 23:22: "My name is in him." In addition, Metatron has been identified as the Liberating Angel and the Shekinah (who is regarded in some sources as Metatron in his female aspect); in Jewish Magic and Superstition he is the "demiurge of classical Jewish mysticism." According to the cabala, he is the angel who led the children of Israel through the wilderness after the Exodus; in other occult writings he is described as the twin brother or half-brother of the angel Sandalphon (the twin brothers Ormuzd and Ahriman in Zoroastrian lore). With the possible exception of Anafiel, he is the tallest angel in Heaven, and the greatest, apart from the "eight great princes, the honored and revered ones, who are called YHWH by the name of their king." Jewish legend relates that upon Metatron, while still Enoch, a mortal, arriving in Heaven, he was transformed into a spirit of fire and equipped with thirty-six pairs of wings as well as innumerable eyes. The meaning of the name Metatron has never been satisfactorily explained. Eleazor of Worms thought it derived from the Latin metator, a guide or measure. Hugo Odeberg advanced the hypothesis that the name originated in Jewish circles and "should be regarded as a pure Jewish invention, viz., a metonym for the term `little YHWH.'" He is inclined to interpret the name as meaning "one who occupies the throne next to the divine throne." Accordingly Metatron is said to reside in the 7th Heaven, the dwelling place of God. He appears when invoked, "as a pillar of fire, his face more dazzling than the sun." Gershom Scholem, on the basis of The Apocalypse of Abraham believes the name might be a "vox mystica" for Yahoel (God). Metatron has also been identified as Isaiah's suffering servant, the Messiah of Christian theology. The seventy-two names of God find a match in the seventy-two (and more) names of Metatron. He has been credited with the authorship of Psalms 37:25 according to Talmud Yebamoth 16b; and the authorship, in part, of Isaiah 24:16. In The Zohar Metatron is spoken of as Moses' rod, "from one side of which comes life and from the other, death." In the Traditions of the Jews he is indeed the supreme angel of death, to whom God daily gives orders as to the souls to be "taken" that day. These orders Metatron transmits to his subordinates Gabriel and Sammael. That Metatron was considered mightier than either Michael or Gabriel is the view expressed in the Chronicles of Jerahmeel. Here the story goes that where neither of the two great Biblical angels were able to eject Jannes and Jambres, the Egyptian wizards, from Heaven (where they managed to ascend by witchcraft), Metatron was able to accomplish their expulsion. In Yalkut Hadash, he is said to be "appointed over Michael and Gabriel." As for his size or height, The Zohar estimates it to be "equal to the breadth of the whole world." One of Metatron's secret names is Bizbul (according to the Visions of Ezekiel, however , no meaning is given). The Gnostics and Their Remains says of Metatron; "This is the Persian Mithra." In Jewish angelology he is "the angel who caused another angel to announce, before the Flood, that God would destroy the world." Among many other missions or deeds credited to him is the staying of Abrahm's habd on the point of sacrificing Isaac. But this 11th hour intercession has also been attributed to Michael, Zadkiel, Tadhiel, and of course to the "angel of the Lord." Finally, according to the Talmud, he is the "teacher of prematurely dead children in Paradise."

Metrator "a most holy angel" invoked in magickal operations, specifically the one "concerning the Needle and other Iron Instruments," and are advised to recite versicle from Psalm 31, and 42.

Miahel One of the Zodiac angels.

Mibi A ministering angel.

Micah - Angel of the Divine Plan Micah watches over spiritual evolution, seeking every opportunity to reveal God's Divine Plan and reveal the next steps of our life purpose.

Michael "who is as God" In Biblical and post-Biblical lore, Michael ranks as the greatest of all angels, whether in Jewish, Christian, or Islamic writings, secular or religious. He derives originally from the Chaldeans by whom he was worshipped as something of a god. Angel of Miracles Michael is an archangel who strengthens the spirit during difficult times or dangerous situations. His name means "he who is like God" and he is the chief over the dominion order of virtues, angel of repentance, righteousness, ruler of the fourth heaven and conquerer of Satan. It is commonly believed that Michael was the angel that Moses communicated with in the burning bush and that he also saved Daniel from the lion's den. He inspires truth, patience and love in the human heart. In Roman Catholic tradition, Michael is considered to be the patron angel of policemen, guiding and guarding them as they protect us. He is also thought to be the one who gently leads our souls to heaven. He is chief of the order of virtues, chief of the archangels, prince of the presence, angel of repentance, righteousness, mercy, and sanctification; also ruler of the 4th Heaven, tutelary sar of Israel, guardian of Jacob, conqueror of Satan (even though Satan is still around and unvanquished). His mystery name is Sabbathiel. In Islamic writings he is called Mika'il. As the deliverer of the faithful he accords, in the Avesta, with Saosyhant the Redeemer. Midrash Rabba credits him with the authorship of the whole of Psalm 85. Additionally, he has been identified with the angel who destroyed the hosts of Sennacherib (also ascribed to Uriel, Gabriel, and Ramiel) and as the angel who stayed Abraham's hand when he was about to sacrifice Isaac (also ascribed to Tadhiel, Metatron, and others). In Jewish lore, "the fire that Moses saw in the burning bush had the appearance of Michael, who had descended from Heaven as the forerunner of the Shekinah." (Zagzagel is usually designated the angel of the burning bush.) According to Talmud Berakot 35, he is recognized by Sarah as one of the three "men" whom Abraham entertained unawares. Legend speaks of Michael having assisted four other great angels (Gabriel, Uriel, Raphael, and Metatron) in the burial of Moses, Michael clashing with Satan for possession of the body. In mystic and occult writings, he has often been identified with the Holy Ghost, the Logos, God, Metatron, and others. In Baruch III, he "holds the keys to the kingdom of Heaven" which, traditionally is St. Peter. In the Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics IV, the article "Demons and Spirits" speaks of the earliest traditions in Muslim lore as locating Michael in the 7th Heaven "on the borders of the Full Sea, crowned with an innumerable array of angels"; and after describing his wings as "of the color of green emerald," continues saying he "is covered with saffron hairs, each of them containing a million faces and mouths and as many tongues which, in a million dialects, implore the pardon of Allah." In ancient Persian lore, he was called Beshter, "one who provides sustenance for mankind," which would equate him with Metatron. Here it is revealed that the cherubim were formed from the tears Michael shed over the sins of the faithful. Christians invoke Michael as St. Michael, the benevolent angel of death, in the sense of deliverance and immortality, and for leading the souls of the faithful "into the eternal light." To the Jews, he is the "viceroy of Heaven" (a title applied to ha-Satan before he fell). With Gabriel, he is the most commonly portrayed angel in the works of the classical masters. He is depicted most often as winged, with unsheathed sword, the warrior of God and slayer of the Dragon (a role later apportioned to St. George). As the angel of the final reckoning and the weigher of souls (along with Dakiel, Zehanpuryu, and others) he holds the scales of justice. Fra Filippo Lippi portrayed him kneeling and offering a taper, as the angel who announces to Mary her approaching death. An oriental legend tells of Michael cutting off the hands of "a wicked Jewish high priest" who had attempted to overturn the bier of the just-deceased Mary; however, the hands of the "audacious Jew" were reunited to his body at the intercession of St. Peter. Among the Dead Sea Scrolls there is one titles the War of the Sons of Light Against the Sons of Darkness. Here he is called the "Prince of Light." He leads the angels of light in battle against the legions of the angels of darkness who are under the command of Belial. The Legends of the Jews regard him as the forerunner of the Shekinah; as the angel who brought Asenath from Palestine as a wife to Joseph; as the one who saved Daniel's companions from the fire; as the intermediary between Mordecai and Esther; as the destroyer of Babylon, etc., etc. He is also said to have informed the fallen angels of the Deluge. When he wept, his tears changed into precious stones. The latest news on him is that Pope Pius XII declared him to be (in 1950) the patron of policemen.

Michar In gnosticism, a power, along with Mikhar, "set over the waters of life."

Microprosopus "the left side" of the operative good in cabalistic cosmogony; he was formed out of the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th sefiroth.

Midael A "chief and captain" in the celestial army. The Magus cites him as an angel of the order of warriors.

Midrash One of the many names of Metatron.

Miel A Wednesday angel and an angel of Mercury.

Migon One of the many names of Metatron.

Mihael An angel of the order of virtues with charge over conjugal fidelity and fertility. He is one of the angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae. Angel of Loyalty and fidelity, Mihael guides us to grow with these virtues, and leads us to friends who are trustworthy and loyal.

Miha'il In Muslim lore, an angel in the 2nd Heaven and in charge of a group of angels (in the guise of eagles) engaged in worshipping Allah.

Mihr, Mihir, Miher, Mithra. Angel of Friendship This angel serves humanity by granting platonic love, friendship and companionship. He encourages us to heal friendships that have gone astray. Also responsible for bringing people together who have similar life aspirations. According to ancient Persian lore, the angel presiding over the month of September and over the 16th day of September. He watched over friendship and love. The magi believed that on Judgment Day, two angels would stand on the bridge called al Sirat to examine every person crossing. Mihr, representing divine mercy, and holding a balance in his hand, would weigh the person's actions and if found worthy, they would be permitted to pass on to Paradise. But, if found unworthy, then Sorush, representing divine justice, would hurl them into Hell.

Mijcol, Mijkol An angel of the Seal.

Mikael An angel who influences the decisions of monarchs, nobles, and governors; also useful in uncovering conspiracies against states. His corresponding angel is Arpien.

Mikail, Mikhael, Michael In Arabic lore, a guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism.

Mikhar, Mikheua In gnosticism one of the celestial powers with dominion over the springs of the waters of life (heavenly baptism).

Mikiel One of the Zodiac angels.

Milkiel, Melkeyal, Tamaani "my kingdom is God" An angel who rules over spring.

Milliel A Wednesday angel residing in the 2nd or 3rd Heaven and invoked from the south.

Miniel In occult lore, one of the great luminaries whose chief virtue is that he can, when invoked, induce love in an otherwise cold and reluctant maid; but for best results invoke from the south. He is also invoked for spells for the manufacture and use of magic carpets.

Mirael A "chief and captain" of the celestial armies, invoked in Solomonic magick.

Miri an angel of an hour.

Miriael an angel of the order of warriors.

Misran Genius of prosecution and one of the genii of the 12th hour.

Missabu A Monday angel of the air serving Arcan.

Missaln One of the angels of the moon serving on Monday and may be invoked.

Mitatron A Wednesday angel residing in the 3rd Heaven and invoked from the west.

Mithghiiel A' One of the angel princes of the Hosts of X.

Mithra, Mitra, Mihir, Ized In Vedic cosmology one of the shining gods, analogous to the Judaeo-Christian angels. He has been identified with Metatron. In Persian theology, he is one of the twenty-eight izeds (spirits) that surround the great god Ahura Mazda. He "rises from a paradise in the east, has 1,000 ears and 10,000 eyes." Among Aryans, he is a god of light. In Heaven he assigns places to the souls of the just.

Mitmon An angel summoned in goetic magick.

Miton One of the many names of Metatron.

Mitzrael, Mizrael One of the archangels in the cabala who induces obedience on the part of inferiors toward superiors. He bears the name of God Shemhamphorae. His corresponding angel is Homoth.

Mivon One of the many names of Metatron.

Mizabu A spirit of the four quarters of the Universal Mansions, called on in Monday invocations.

Mizan An angel invoked in Arabic incantations.

Mizgitari Angel of eagles and of the 7th hour.

Mizkun Angel of amulets and of the 1st hour.

Mizumah The angel who "attended the servants of God and promoted the better faith," in ancient Persia.

Mnesinous In the Revelation of Adam to his Son Seth, one of the great celestial powers "who are to draw the elect up to Heaven."

Moak(k)ibat The recording angel in Muslim lore. Identified with Pravuil or Radueriel in Judaeo-Christian lore, or as Nebo (Nebu) in Babylonian lore. The term "al Moakkibat" means two guardian angels who write down men's activities. They succeed each other daily.

Modiel One of the many guards at the gates of the East Wind.

Modiniel An angel of Mars, his corresponding intelligence is Graphael.

Monadel One of the angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.

Morael, Moriel In goetic lore the angel of awe or fear who rules the month of Elul (August-September). He can make all things in the world invisible.

Morax [Forfax]

Mordad In ancient Persian lore, the angel of death.

Moroni The Mormon angel of God, son of "Mormon, the last great leader of the Nephites."

Mqttro One of the nomina barbara "that ministers to the son of man."

Mrgioial One of the nomina barbara and among the four angels appointed by God to the Sword.

Mtniel An angel, who with Jehiel and Hayyel, has dominion over wild beasts.

Mufgar In hechaloth lore, a guard of the 1st heavenly hall.

Muffiel In hechaloth lore, a guard of the 7th heavenly hall.

Mumiah An angel with control over the sciences of physics and medicine and is in charge of health and longevity. His corresponding angel is Atembui. Angel of Longevity Mumiah is traditionally believed to grant health, vigor and longevity.

Mumol An angel invoked along with Mutuol in the consecration of Pen and Ink.

Munkir & Nakir - Angels of Justice Munkir and Nakir are two blue-eyed black angels found in Muslim tradition. Their special job is to examine the souls of the recently departed to determine if they are worthy of a place in paradise.

Mupiel "out of the mouth of God" An angel invoked for obtaining a good memory and an open heart in Mosaic incantation rites.

Murdad The angel of July and governor of the 7th day of the month in Persian lore. When identified with Azrael, he is the angel who separates the body from the soul at death.

Muriel, Murriel (from the Greek "myrrh") The angel of June and ruler of the sign of Cancer. Angel of Emotions As an angel who holds dominion over the sun sign of Cancer , she encourages awareness and the ability to get in touch with our deepest feelings. She is a ruler of the order of dominations. When invoked from the south she can provide the invocant with a magick carpet. She serves Veguaniel as one of the chief officers of the 3rd hour of the day.

Musanios In Gnostic lore, an aeon of the lower ranks, yet he is ruler of the realm of the invisible.

Mutuol An angel invoked in the consecration of Pen and Ink.

Mzpopiasaiel A leader of the angels of wrath.

N Angels

Naadame A "prince over all the angels and Ceasars" according to The Greater Key of Solomon.

Naar "lad" One of the many names of Metatron.

Naaririel (variant of Naar) An angelic guard in the 7th Heaven.

Nabu, Nebo "prophet, proclaimer" The Babylonian prototype of the Judaeo-Christian archangel. Nabu was the son and minister of the god Marduk and in Sumerian theosophy was known as "the angel of the Lord." As the scribe of the book of fate, his emblem is the lamp. He was also regarded as one of the recording angels. In Akkadian myth, Nabu was the god of the planet Mercury. Relating the Eastern divinity to Enoch-Metatron, The Legends of the Jews V, 163, states: "The Babylonian Nebo, heavenly scribe, gave Enoch to the Palestinian, Metatron to the Babylonian Jews, and nothing could be more natural than the final combination of Enoch-Metatron."

Nachiel, Nakiel, Nakhiel In the cabala, the intelligence of Sol, when it enters the sign of Leo. Nachiel's cabalistic number is 111. His corresponding spirit is Sorath according to Paracelsus' doctrine of Talismans.

Nachmiel An angelic guard of the gates of the South Wind.

Nacoriel An angel of the 9th hour of the night. [See Hanozoz.]

Nadiel The angel of migration and ruler of December (Kislav), according to the Vocabulaire de l'Ang‚lologie. [See Haniel.]

Nafriel An angelic guard of the gates of the South Wind.

Nahaliel "valley of God" An angel presiding over running streams. In Numbers 21:19 Nahaliel is the name of a town.

Nahuriel, Nahoriel One of the seven angel guards of the 1st Heaven in hechaloth lore.

Nairyo Sangha (Persian) One of three angel princes of the three upper gates of the nether world, a messenger of Ahura-Mazda. "To Nairyo Sangha the souls of the righteous are entrusted."

Nakir A black angel in Mohammedan lore.

Nakriel An angelic guard of the gates of the South Wind.

Nanael In practical cabala, one of the principalities; also one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae. Nanael exercises dominion over the great sciences, influences philosophers and ecclesiastics. His corresponding angel is Chomme.

NaourthaThe Gospel of Bartholomew, speaks of him as an angel with dominion over the southwest. He is described as having "a rod of snow in his hand" which he "putteth into his mouth," and as quenching the fire "that cometh out of his mouth."

Narcoriel An angel of the 8th hour of the night.

Narel In Enochian lore, the angel of winter.

Nariel "By some called Ariel," according to The Magus he governs the South Wind and is ruler of the noonday winds.

Naromiel In occult lore, one of the intelligences of the moon, and ruler of Sunday. He resides in the 4th Heaven and invoked from the south.

Narudi An Akkadian spirit, "lord of the great gods," whose image was placed in homes to ward off evil people.

Nasarach, Nisroch Another form of Nisroc used in Isaiah and in II Kings 19:37.

Nasargiel, Nagrasagiel, Nasragiel A great holy, lion-headed angel who, with Kipod and Nairyo Sangha, exercised dominion over Hell. He is compared with the Sumerian-Chaldean Nergal. Nasargiel showed Moses around the nether realms on orders from God.

Nasharon An angel prince "over all the angels and Caesars."

Nahreil In the text of Isaac ha-Cohen, he is one of three sarim (angelic princes) under the authority of Sephuriron, the 10th of the ten holy sefiroth. The other two are Ithuriel and Malkiel.

Nasr-ed-Din "help of faith" One of the seven archangels in Yezidic devil-worship.

Nathanael, Nathaniel, Xathaniel, Zathael, etc. "gift of God" In Jewish legendary lore, he is the 6th created angel and one of the twelve angels of vengeance. He is lord over the element of fire. He is the angel who "burned the servants of Jair" in the contest between God and Baal, saving from the fire the seven men who would not sacrifice to the deity. In The Lemegeton he is an angel of the 6th hour serving under Samil. He is also one of three angels (with Ingethal and Zeruch) set over hidden things. The Uncanonical Jewish Books mentions the legend of his being sent down from Heaven by God to help the warrior Cerez defeat the Amorites.

Nathaniel - Angel of Fire Nathaniel means "gift of God". He is lord over the element of fire, a powerful gift from God.He is constantly watching for spiritual fires of aspiration rising from earth. He transfers the fire aspect of divinity to our world where it transforms consciousness from the limited self to the eternal self by burning away misconceptions that would have us believe that we are separate from God.

Natiel An angel inscribed on charms for warding off evil.

Natzhiriron In Isaac ha-Cohen's text, one of the ten holy sefiroth, the personalized angel of Netzach. In the cabala, the personalized angel is Haniel or Anael.

Nay 'il In Islamic apocalyptic lore, an angel encountered by the sufi Abu Yazid in the 4th Heaven during the sufi's ascent to all seven Heavens. He offers Abu Yazid "a kingdom such as no tongue can describe," but knowing the offer to be only a test of his single-minded devotion to God, Abu Yazid "pays no heed to it."

Ndmh Angel of the summer equinox invoked as an amulet against evil.

Neciel One of the twenty-eight angels governing the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Negef A holy angel of destruction invoked in ritual magick at the close of the Sabbath.

Nehinah An angel invoked in necromantic operations.

Neithel One of the seventy-two ruling angels of the Zodiac.

Nekir In Arabic lore, an angel who, with Monker and Munkir, interrogates the dead in order to discover what god they worshipped when alive. Both Nekir and Monker are said to have hideous aspects and frightening voices.

Nelapa A Wednesday angel residing in the 2nd Heaven and invoked from the south in theugric operations.

Nelchael An angel belonging to the order of thrones and one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae. However, it appears he is also considered a fallen angel, for in Hell, he teaches astronomy, mathematics, and geography to his fellow demons. His corresponding spirit is Sith.

Nemamiah In the cabala, an archangel, guardian of admirals, generals, and all who engage in just causes. He is also one of the seventy-two bearing the name God Shemhamphorae. Angel of Just Causes Some consider this heavenly being as an archangel, he is protective of those who struggle for justice and for the rights of those who can not defend themselves, such as children and animals. Inspires empathy in our hearts.

Nememel One of the seventy-two ruling angels of the Zodiac.

Nephonos One of the nine angels that "run together throughout the heavenly and earthly places."

Nergal, Nirgal, Nirgali "great hero," "great king," "king death" In Babylonian mythology, he is a planetary ruler of the week. To the Akkadians he was a lion-headed god; to the Chaldeans, one of the four principal protecting guardian angels. He was also the god of Kutha, as in II Kings 17:30, and answered to Baal, as a deity of Hades. In Sumerian-Chaldean-Palestinian lore, he is ruler of the summer sun. In gnosticism he is king of Hades (as in Scripture). In occultism, he is chief of the secret police of the nether regions. He is also credited with being a god of pestilence, war, fever, as well as the spirit of Mars and one of the governors of the Zodiac. In Le Clercq's collection, he is figured on a bronze medallion; obverse, lion-headed; verso, wings and clawed feet The Dictonnaire Infernal notes him as "an honorary spy in the service of Belzebuth."

Neria(h) "lamp of God" One of the seventy childbirth angels.

Neriel One of the twenty-eight angels governing the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Nesanel In Mosaic incantation rites, along with Meachuel and Gabril, he is summoned to free or purge the invocant of all sin.

Nestoriel An angel of the 1st Hour of the day serving under Sammael.

Nestozoz Chief officiating angel of the 3rd hour of the night serving under Sarquamich.

Nethahel One of the seventy-two ruling angels of the Zodiac.

Netoniel In black magick, an angel of the 1st pentacle of Jupiter.

Netzach "victory, firmness" The 7th of the ten holy sefiroth. The personalized angel of Netzach is Haniel (Anael) of the order of elohim.

Nibra Ha-Rishon A sefira. One of the highest angelic beings and compared with Makon, Logos, Sophia, Metatron.

Nichbadiel An angelic guard of the gates of the South Wind.

Nidbai In Mandaean lore, one of two guardian angels of the River Jordan; the other is Silmai or Shilmai.

Nilaihah, Nith-haiah A poet-angel of the order of dominations. He is invoked by pronouncing any of the divine names along with the 1st verse of Psalm 9. He is in charge of occult sciences, delivers prophecies in rhyme, and exercises influence over wise men that love peace and solitude.

Ninip In Babylonian theosophy, chief of the igigi (angels).

Nisan A Talmudic angel.

Nisroc - Angel of Freedom Nisroc is known as "the great eagle". Carried on his wings of truth,we find the freedom to reveal our Eternal Self.

Nitibus A genius of the stars and of the 2nd hour.

Nitika A genius of precious stones who presides over the 6th hour.

N'Mosnikttiel A leader of the angels of rage.

Nosaphiel An angel of the 5th pentacle of Saturn. In conjuring him, the invocant is advised to recite a versicle from Deuteronomy 10.

Nogah One of two big stars (angels) that Metatron pointed out to Moses in the 4th Heaven. Nogah "stands above the sun in summer to cool the earth."

Nogahel One of the princes "who stands continually before God and to whom are given the spirit names of the planets."

Noguel In the cabala, a spirit of Venus. His corresponding intelligence is Hagiel.

Nohariel An angelic guard of the gates of the East Wind.

Noriel "fire of God" In The Zohar, one of the angels symbolized by special colors; "by the gold of brass, lit with orange." In Ozar Midrashim, he is one of the angelic guard of the gates of the East Wind.

Nudriel In hechaloth lore, an angelic guard of the 3rd Heaven.

Nukha'il and Nura'il In Arabic lore, guardian angels invoked during rites of exorcism.

Nuriel "fire" In Jewish legend an angel of hailstorms encountered by Moses in the 2nd Heaven. Whe he issues from the side of Hesed (kindness), he manifests as an eagle, an eagle that, when issuing from the side of Geburah (force), is Uriel. In The Book of Protection, he is characterized as a "spell-binding power" and grouped with Michael, Shamshiel, Seraphiel, and other great angels. The Zohar credits him with governing Virgo. He is 300 parasangs tall and has a retinue of 50 myriads of angels "all fashioned out of water and fire." His height is exceeded only by the Erelim; by the watchers; by Af and Hemah; and Metatron. In Gnostic lore, he is one of the seven subordinates to Jehuel, prince of fire. He is also effective at warding off evil as a charm.

N'Zuriel Yhwh One of the eight highest-ranking angel princes of the Merkabah.

O Angels

Och In occultism, the angel who governs the sun (See Angel of the Sun, in Others, for other hierarchs designated as rulers of the "planet"). Och gives 600 years of perfect health (if the invocant lives that long). Och is also ruler of the twenty-eight of the 196 Olympian provinces in which Heaven is divided. He is cited as a mineralogist and "prince of alchemy". Octinomon, Octinomos A "most holy angel of God" invoked in the conjuration of the Reed.

Oertha Angel of the north. "He hath a torch of fire and putteth it to his sides, and they warm him the great coldness of him [so] that he freeze not the world."

Oethra One of the nine angels that "run together throughout heavenly and earthly places"

Ofael A Tuesday angel of the 5th Heaven, invoked from the south.

Ofaniel, Ofan, Ofiel, Ophan, Ophaniel, Yahriel Eponymous chief of the order of Ofanim (thrones). He is said to exercise dominion over themoon and is sometimes referred to as "the angel of the wheel of the moon." In 3 Enoch he has 16 faces, 100 pairs of wings, and 8,466 eyes. He is "one of the seven exalted throne angels who carry out the commands of the powers." "By the ancient sages, Olphan, prince of this order, is regarded as identical with Sandalphon."

Ofiel One of the seventy childbirth angels.

Ohazia A prince of the face and one of the angelic guards of the 3rd Heaven.

Ol One of the angels of the zodiac. Ol represents the sign of Leo and is in control of it. He is also regarded as one of the fiery triplicities.

Omael An angel who multiplies species, perpetuates races, influences chemists, etc. He is (or was) of the order of dominations and is among the seventy-two angels bearing the mystical name of God Shemhamphorae. Whether Omael is fallen or still upright is difficult to determine from the data available. He seems to operate in both domains (Heaven and Hell).

Omeliel, Omeliei One of the four angelic names inscribed on the 3rd pentacle of Saturn.

Omiel An angel who "mixed" with mortals before the Deluge according to the Vocabulaire de l'Ang‚lolgie.

Omniel - Angel of Oneness Considered to be an archangel by some, Omniel grants mortals the ability to experience a feeling of oneness with all life. This unifying angel links us with all living things, allowing us to communicate easily with all of nature and the heavenly realm.

Omophorus In Mandaeanism, a "world-supporting angel." He carried the earth on his shoulders, like another Atlas. [See Splenditenes]

On In The Greater Key of Solomon, and angel or divine name invoked in the conjuration of the Reed. In The Book of Black Magic and of Pacts, On is a demon invoked in Monday conjurations addressed to Lucifer.

Onayepheton, Oneipheton The name of a spirit by which God will summon the dead and raise them to life again.

Ongkanon - Angel of Communication This angel is God's messenger who offers love and guidance as we progress on our journey. He often acts as an intermediary, bringing remembrance of our spiritual destiny, and his desire is to assist in the quest for truth. He enhances communication with family members through love and peace. He helps us to recognize our true feelings and communicate these in a positive manner.

Oniel Perhaps the same as Onoel. Equated with Hutriel. He is supervisor of the 5th division of Hell, where Ahab dwells, Ahab being one of the few "who have no portion in the world to come."

Onoel, Oniel, Hamiel, Haniel, Anael In gnostic lore , he is one of the seven archons. Origen cites him as hostile, a demon, who manifests in the form of an ass.

Onomatath One of the nine angels that "run together throughout the heavenly and eathly places."

Onzo "A fair angel of God" invoked in the exorcism of Wax.

Ooniemme - Angel of gratitude This angel is charged with bringing that glorious feeling of gratitude to us, which expands our awareness and opens us to receive further blessings.

Ophan Identified by the ancient sages as the angel Sandalphon.

Ophiel One of the Olympian spirits and ruler of Mercury. As an angel of the order of powers, he can be invoked. As many as 100,000 legions of lesser spirits are under his command. His name also appears on the Necromantic Bell of Girardius, which is rung to summon the dead.

Ophis "serpent"-"head of the rebellious angels"-so described by the Assyrian author Phercies. Ohpis was revered by the ophites as a symbol of divine wisdom that, in the form of a serpent, befriended Adam and Eve in Eden, persuading them to eat of the forbidden fruit (as a service to man). In The Magus, Ophis is pictured as a demon.

Opiel An angel invoked in love charms.

Or A great angel invoked in exorcism rites, specifically in the invocation at fumigation.

Orael One of the intelligences of the Saturn.

Oraios, Oreus In gnosticism, one of the seven archons in the Ophitic system.

Oranir Chief prince of the nine angels of the summer equinox and effective as an amulet against evil.

Ore'a In hechaloth lore an angelic guard of the 4th heavenly hall.

Oreus. Oraios, Horaios In Phoencian mythology, one of the seven elohim of the divine presence, creators of the univers. According to Irenaeus, he is one of the seven archons in the Ophitic system. Origen proposes that the name Oreus derives from the art of magick.

Oriares, Narel An angel governing the season of winter.

Oribel Variant for Uriel as one of the angels reprobated by Pope Zachary in 745 C.E.

Oriel, Aureil "light of God" One of the seventy childbirth angels. Also one of the rulers of the 10th hour during daylight. In Malache Elyon he is called the angel of destiny.

Orifiel, Oriphiel, Orifel, Orphiel In Pope Gregory's listing, he is one of the seven archangels. Elsewhere he is cited as a prince of the order of thrones and an angel with dominion over Saturn. In Hebrew cabala, he is an angel of the wilderness. Angel of the Forests This luminous one safeguards the wilderness and encourages us to protect the wild areas of the earth. In The Lemegeton, he is one of the seven regents of the world and an angel of the 2nd hour of the day serving under Anael. In Paracelsus' doctrine of Talismans, he is chief Talisman and replaces one of the planetary genii of Egypt.

Oriockh, Ariukh In Enoch II, God instructs his two angels, Oriockh and Mariockh, to guard the books authored by Enoch.

Orion In The Messiah he is St. Peter's guardian. Eliphas Levi finds an identity between Orion and Michael. A symbolic connection may be found between Semyaza and the constellation called Orion (the hunter) by the Greeks.

ormary An angel of the 4th hour of the day serving under Bariel.

Ormas An angel of the 10th hour of the day serving under Uriel.

Ormijel An angel of the 4th hour of the day serving under Vachmiel.

Ormisiel An angel of the 2nd hour of the night serving under Farris.

Oroiael In Gnostic lore one of the four great luminaries identified with Uriel or Raguel by Irenaeus.

oromasim One of the three princes of the world, the other two being Araminem and Mitrim, according to The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Orphaniel In occult lore, "a great, precious and honorable angel, ruler of the 1st legion." His star is Luna. He is invoked in Monday conjurations.

Osael A Tuesday angel residing in the 5th Heaven and invoked from the south.

Oseny In The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses a cherub (also called a seraph) summoned in ceremonial magic.

Osgaebial An angelic ruler of the 8th hour of the day; he commands 'a great cloud of attemding spirits".

Otheos "a most holy name invoked for discovering treasure," according to The Book of Black Magic and of Pacts. In The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses, he is a spirit of the earth used by cabalists in conjuring rites.

Othriel A spirit invoked in magickal operations.

Ootmon In Merkabah lore, a name for Metatron "when he seals the guilty in Israel."

Ou Variant for Uriel. The angel Ou appears in The War Between the Sons of Light and the Sons of Darkness, a copy of which was found among the recently discovered Dead Sea Scrolls.

Ouestucti A female angel of an hour who comes from the Hesperides and brings the sea wind. In the cabala she is the corresponding angel of Iehuiah.

Oul A special aide to the angel Dalquiel in the 3rd Heaven.

Oumriel An angel of service residing in the 4th Heaven.

Ourpahil, Ourpail An angel in Mandaean tradition.

Ozah, Uzah One of the many names of Metatron.

P Angels

Pa'aziel In 3 Enoch a name given for Metatron.

Pabael One of the messengers of the moon. Possibly a variant of Pabel.

Pabel An angel residing in the 4th Heaven ruling Sunday and invoked while facing west.

Pachdiel "fear" In hechaloth lore, chief angelic guard of the 4th Heaven.

Pachriel According to 3 Enoch, one of the seven great angels appointed over the seven Heavens. Each one of these angels is accompanied by 496,00 myriads of ministering angels.

Padael, Phadihel One of the numerous angelic guards of the West Wind gate.

Padiel, Phadihel One of the seventy childbirth angels. He is the angel who appeared to Samson's parents.

Paffran In occult lore, a Tuesday angel serving under Samax.

Pagiel A "great and glorious" angel invoked in ritual prayer for the fulfillment of desires.

Pahadiel In hechaloth lore, an angel stationed in the 7th Heaven.

Pahadron According to Jewish mysticism, the chief angel of terror. He governs the month of Tishri (September-October).

Pahaliah An angel invoked to convert heathens to Christianity. He rules theology and morals and bears the name God Shemhamphorae. His corresponding angel is Sothis.

Palalael and Palaliel Two angels that serve as guards at the gate of the West Wind.

Palit "the escaped" In Jewsih legend, this is a name for Michael when he escaped from the grip of Sammael (Satan) at the time Sammael was hurled from Heaven. The Midrash Tehillim gives Og as another name for Palit. Another form, Praklit, appears in Rabbinic Philosophy and Ethics.

Palpeltiyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Paltellon An angel invoked in the benediction of the Salt.

Paltriel In hechaloth lore, an angelic guard of the 5th Heaven.

Pammon Angel of the 6th hour of the night serving under Zaazonash.

Panael One of the angelic guards of the North Wind.

Panaion In the view presented by Jewish Mysticism, and Talmudic Tradition, this is "possibly another name for Metatron." Rabbi Ishmael speaks of seeing "Panaion the Archon, one of the highest servents, and he stands before the throne of glory."

Pancia A "most pure angel" invoked in ceremonial magick, especially during the conjuration of the Sword.

Paniel An angel used as a charm for warding off evil and a guard of the North Wind.

Papsukul Possibly a variant for Papukkal. In Chaldean lore, an angelic messenger of the greater gods.

Paraqlitos, Paraclete The guardian angel of the sorrows of death.

Parasiel An angel of the 1st pentacle of Jupiter. He is lord and master of treasures.

Parasurama The 6th of ten avatars in Vedic theosophy. He was also known as Chirangivah the Immortal.

Pariel An angel used in charms for warding off evil.

Pariukh, Mariokh One of two angels appointed to serve as guardians of the Enochian literature.

Parmiel An angel of the 3rd hour of the day serving under Veguaniel.

Parshiyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Parvardigar An angel of light in ancient Persia.

Parymel In The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses one of fifteen angels of the throne invoked in conjuring rites.

Parziel In hechaloth lore, an angelic guard of the 6th Heaven.

Paschar. Psachar One of the seven exalted throne angels "which execute the commands of the potentates," according to The Book of the Angel Raziel." Angel of Vision This angel guards the veil between our world and the heavens, between consciousness and unconsciousness, between awareness and illusion. Paschar sees the beauty of the visions in God's heart and projects these into our consciousness for manifestation. In hechaloth lore, he is one of the seven guards of the curtain or veil of the 7th Heaven.

Pasiel In ceremonial magick he has dominion over Pisces. In Jewish qabalah, he is the angel of Hell (arka)-that is, he is ruler over Abaddon, the 6th lodge of the seven divisions into which Hell is divided.

Passisiel In hechaloth lore, a guard of the 7th Heaven.

Paspassim In hechaloth lore, an angel who assists Metatron in reciting the Shema.

Pastor An angel petitioned in magick conjurations for the fulfillment of desires.

Pasuy In hechaloth lore, a guard of the 4th Heaven.

Patha, Pathiel An angel invoked at the close of the Sabbath.

Pathatumon, Pathtumon, Patheon, Pathumaton In Solomonic invocations, a name for God; a name Moses invoked to cause darkness to fall over Egypt; a name Solomon used to bind demons.

Pathiel "the opener"; See Patha In Ozar Midrahim, one of the angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Patrozin An angel of the 5th hour of the nigh serving under Abasdarhon.

Patspetsiyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Patteny A ministering angel summoned in cabalistic rites.

Pazriel, Sidriel In 3 Enoch, one of the great archangels and prince of the 1st Heaven, sharing the post with Gabriel, Sabrael, Asrulyu, and others.

Pedael "whom God delivers" In Jewish mysticism the angel of deliverance.

Pedenij An angel of the Seal.

Peliel Chief of the order of virtues and the preceptor angel of Jacob. He alternates with Zekuniel as 2nd of the ten holy sefiroth.

Penac An angel serving in the 3rd Heaven.

Penael A Friday angel residing in the 3rd Heaven and invoked from the north. He is also one of the messengers of Venus.

Penarys An angel of the 3rd hour of the night serving under Sarquamich.

Penat A Friday angel residing in the 3rd Heaven. Like Penael, he is a messenger of Venus.

Penatiel An angel of the 12th hour of the day serving under Beratiel.

Pendroz An angel of the 7th hour of the night serving under Mendrion.

Peneal An angel serving in the 3rd Heaven.

Peniel, Penuel, Fanuel "face of God" He is credited with being the angel Jehovah, the dark antagonist, who wrestled with Jacob. It should be noted that The Zohar identifies the antagonist as Sammael. In the cabala generally, he is a Friday angel residing in the 3rd Heaven, and like Penemue (See Demons), cures human stupidity. In Genesis, Peniel is a place, the hallowed place where God revealed himself to Jacob face to face.

Periel One of the many names of Metatron.

Permaz An angel of the 2nd hour of the night serving under Farris.

Permiel An angel of the 4th hour of the day serving under Vachmiel.

Perpetiel - Angel of Success An archangel, this bright messenger grants success and victory. He encourages our hopes and dreams.

Pesagniyah In The Zohar a supervisory angel of the south in charge of the keys of the ethereal spaces. When prayers of persons in deep sorrow ascend, he kisses such prayers and accompanies them to a higher region.

Pesak In hechaloth lore, a guard stationed at the 5th heavenly hall.

Petahel A "most holy angel" invoked in magickal rites at the close of the Sabbath.

Petahyah In The Zohar, he is the chief in charge of the northernly region of Heaven, "appointed over that side to which prayers offered for deliverance from enemies ascend." If such prayers are found worthy, "Petahyah kisses them."

Phadihel, Padael In Jewish legend, he is the angel sent to Manoah's wife (who conceived and bore Samson). He is also said to be the angel that appeared to Abraham, Jacob, and Gideon (Genesis 32:29; Judges 13:3-18; Luke 13:34).

Phaiar An angel invoked in the conjuration of the Reed.

Phakiel With another angel named Rahdar, he controls the Zodiac sign of Cancer.

Phaldor Genius of oracles.

Phalec, Phaleg Ruling prince of the order of angels and governing spirit of Mars (Cornelius Agrippa referred to him as the war lord). Of the 196 Olympic Provinces, he has dominion over 35. His day fro invocation is Tuesday. In white magick, he is one of the seven stewards of Heaven.

Phalgus In Transcendental Magic, he is the genius of judgment. In The Nuctemeron, he is the genius of the 4th hour of the day.

Phanuel, Uriel, Raguel, Fanuel, Ramiel, Phamael "face of God" The archangel of penance and one of the four angels of the presence. In Enoch I he "fends off the Satans" and forbids them "to come before the Lord of spirits to accuse them who dwell on earth." Phanuel is also identified as the Shepherd in the Shepherd of Hermes. In Enoch I he is equated with Uriel. In IV Ezrs, he is equated with Ramiel (Jeremiel) or Hieremihel, or Eremiel (the last named in the Apocalypse of Sophonias). In the Sibylline Oracles he id "one of the 5 angels who know all the evils that men have wrought." As Phaniel, our angel is invoked, in an early Hebrew amulet, against evil spirits. In Mller, History of Jewish Mysticism, he is identified with Uriel. Ethiopians celebrate a holy day of the "archangel Fanuel" on the 3rd day of Taxsas.

Pharniel An angel of the 12th hour of the day serving under Beratiel.

Pharzuph Genius of fornication, angel of lust. The meaning of the word in Hebrew is "two-faced" or "hypocritical." In Bereshith Rabba it is the "angel of lust" (not named) that presents itself to Judah at the crossroads in order to entice the patriarch to "observe" his daughter-in-law Tamar and to mate with her (Genesis 38). In The Nuctemeron he is one of the genii of the 4th hour. [See Schiekron]

Phatiel An angel of the 5th hour of the night serving under Abasdarhon.

Phinehas In Judges 2:1, "the angel of the Lord came up from Gilgal" and whose countenance "when the Holy Ghost rested upon it, glowed like a torch."

Phorlakh, Furlac Angel of earth. The name (Phorlakh) is inscribed on the 7th pentacle of the Sun.

Phorsiel An angel of the 4th hour of the night serving under Jefischa.

Phronesis "prudence" In gnosticism, one of the four luminaries from the divine will.

Phul, Phuel Lord of the moon and ruler of seven of the Olympian Provinces. A Monday angel.

Pi-Hermes Equated with the angel Raphael. In hermetics, he is the genius of Mercury and head of the order of archangels.

Pihon A name for Metatron "when opening the doors through which prayers of men are admitted into the celestial abode." Metatron is called Sigron when he closes the doors.

Pi-Joh, PI-Ioh Equated with Gabriel. In hermetics, he is the genius of the Moon and head of the order of angels.

Pilalael One of the many guards at the gates of the West Wind.

Pi-R‚ Equated with Michael. In hermetics, he is one of the seven planetary genii and head of the order of virtues.

Pisqon One of the many names of Metatron.

Pistis Sophia "faith," "wisdom" A female aeon, one of the greatest in Gnostic lore. She is said to have procreated the "superior angels." It was Pistis Sophia who sent the serpent to entice Adam and Eve. According to the Texts of the Saviour, she is the daughter of Barbelo.

Pi-Zeus In hermetics, genius of Jupiter and head of the order of dominations.

Plesithea In Gnostic lore, "the mother of angels", a virgin pictured with four breasts.

Pniel In geonic lore, an angel who exercises rulership over one of the months of the year.

Poiel An angel of the order of principalities. He rules over fortune and philosophy and is one of the seventy-two zodiac angels. His corresponding angel is Themeso. The Magus lists him as one of the angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Porna A Friday angel residing in the 3rd Heaven and invoked from the south.

Poro An angel of the order of powers, invoked in conjuring rites.

Porosa A Friday angel of the 3rd Heaven invoked from the south.

Posriel, Hadriel? An angel in charge of te 6th division of Hell (where the prophet Micah may be found).

Poteh, Purah The prince (sar, angel) of forgetting and invoked in necromantic rites at the close of the Sabbath.

Pramlimiel An angel of the 11th hour of the day serving under Bariel.

Pravuil, Vretil designated as the "scribe of the knowledge of the Most High" and as "keeper of the heavenly books and records." According to Enoch II, 22:11, he is "quicker in wisdom than the other archangels."

Praxil An officer angel of the 2nd hour of the night serving under Farris.

Preil A angel (called "le grand") in Mandaean lore.

Prenostix Angle of the 6th hour of the night serving under Zaazonash.

Primeumation A spirit invoked in the exorcism of Water. "By this name Moses caused hail in Egypt" and "swallowed Corah, Dathan and Abiram." Numbers 16:16.

Prion A "high holy angel of God" invoked during the conjuration of the Reed.

Pronoia In gnosticism a great archon or power who, according to legend, assisted God in fashioning Adam. Pronoia provided the nerve tissue. The Arabic legend of God sending four great angels to fetch seven handfuls of earth for the creation of Adam has been referred to in the entry under Israfel. The Iranians believed that each of the planets (with Pronoia regarded as a planet) had a hand in fashioning our first parent. Bar-Khonia affirms that "this myth had been barrowed from the Chaldeans."

Propater An aeon who remains motionless on the constellation of the chariot (the Merkabah). Propator is master of the Pole and is surrounded by his decans and myriads of angels. He is designated pro-Father and the aeon who dwells in the zenith of Heaven with the aeon Sophia beside him.

Pruel An angelic guard of the gates of the South Wind.

Prukiel An angel invoked in Syriac charms as a spellbinding angel.

Prunicos In Ophitic lore, the supreme celestial power, by some called Sophia.

Prziel An evil angel employed in conjuring rites against an enemy.

Psachar, Paschar One of the seven angelic princes of power.

Psdiel An evil angel employed in conjuring rites against an enemy.

Psisya One of the seventy childbirth angels.

Psuker An angel of the 6th Heaven who has Uzziel under him as officiating, ministering angel.

Psyche In gnosticism the name of Valentinus' demiurge.

Pthahil The Mandaean Demiourgos; and angel ruling over the lesser stars; said to have been "assistant to the Lord of Life at Creation." He created Adam's body but could not give it life. He is also denoted a prince of evil, seeking support from planets and demons.

Purah, Puta, Poteh An angel invoked in magickal rites at the close of the Sabbath. In Jewish lore, he is lord of oblivion, the angel of forgetfulness. Isaac Luria associates him with Esau-Samuel.

Puruel, Puriel, Pusiel "fire" The "fiery and pitiless" angel who "probes the soul." He may be a Graecized form of the angel Uriel.

Purusha The cosmic spirit in Sanskrit lore. He is the 1st cause, itself being uncaused. Compare with the cabalistic En Sof, the "unimaginable creator of the universe."

Pusiel, Puruel One of the seven angels of punishment. He is identified with Hadriel, and dwells in the 6th compartment of Hell. Even though he resides in Hell, he is not a demon.

Puziel An evil angel employed in conjuring rites against an enemy.

Q Angels

Qaddis One of two angels who, with the twin irin, constitute the judgment council of God.

Qadosch An angel invoked in the conjuration of Ink and Colors.

Qafsiel, Qaspiel, Qaphsiel, Quaphsiel An angel with dominion over the moon. In 3 Enoch he is guardian of the 7th heavenly hall. Angel of the Moon Guardian of the seventh heavenly hall. In ancient Hebrew charms, Qapfsiel is invoked to drive away enemies. In ancient Hebrew charms, he is invoked to drive away enemies by tying the charm, written in bird's blood, to the foot or wing of a dove and then bidding the dove to fly away. If it flies away, that is a sign that the enemy is in flight also.

Qalbam One of the many guards of the gates of the South Wind.

Qamamir Ziwa According to Mandaean lore an angel of light.

Qamiel One of the many guards of the gates of the South Wind.

Qangiel Yah A name of Metatron as cited in 3 Enoch.

Qaus An angel invoked in Arabic conjuring rites.

Qemuel, Kemuel, Camael An angel who was destroyed by God (in Jewish legend he is destroyed by Moses) when he tried to prevent Moses from receiving the Torah at the time God promulgated it. On that occasion he led 12,000 angels in opposition to this.

Quelamia One of the seven exalted throne angels residing in the 1st Heaven "which execute the commands of the potentates."

Quoriel An "inferior spirit" serving Vachmiel, ruler of the 4th hour of the day. He is invoked in ritual magick of the Pauline Art.

R Angels

Raahel One of the seventy-two zodiac angels.

Raamiel "trembling before God" Am angel with dominion over thunder. Some occult sources cite Raamiel as a fallen angel.

Ra'asiel X, Rashiel, Sui'el An angel invoked in ritual magick.

Rabacyel One of the three ruling princes of the 3rd Heaven.

Rabia One of ten uthri (angels) that accompany the sun on its daily course in Mandaean lore.

Rab-un-Naw An angel of light in Arabian lore. [See Parvardigar]

Rachab [Rahab]

Rachel "a ewe" In the cabala, the Shekinah when "re-organized", as the Celestial Bride on her way to reunification with God. She is one of the four matriarchs, rulers of a province in Heaven reserved for the daughters, wives and sisters of the great Hebrew patriarchs.

Rachiel In the cabala, one of the angelic luminaries concerned with human sexuality. The Magus lists Rachiel as one of the three Friday angels. According to The Secret Grimoire of Turiel, Rachiel is one of the presiding spirits of Venus; and in Ozar Midrashim, an angel of the order of ophanim.

Rachmiah One of the seventy childbirth angels.

Rachmiel "mercy" In rabbinic tradition, the angel of mercy. He is also one of the seventy childbirth angels and an administrating angel invoked in ceremonial magick. He is included among the guards of the gates of the East Wind by the Ozar Midrashim.

Rachsiel One of the seventy childbirth angels.

Rad'adael In hechaloth lore, a guard stationed at the 6th heavenly hall.

Radueriel, Radweriel H' Identified with Dabriel, Vretil, Pravuil, etc., as the heavenly register and recording angel. He is included occasionally among the eight great judgment princes of the throne whose rank is superior to Metatron's. He is the angel of poetry, master of the muses. It was said of him, "out of every word that goeth forth from his mouth a song-uttering angel is born." Note: since God alone is credited with the creation of angels, this power and privilege to do likewise makes him unique among his fellow hierarchs-except for Pistis Sophia, who is claimed to be, in 3 Enoch, the "procreator of the superior angels." Another exception is Dynamis.

Rael In occultism, a Wednesday angel residing in the 3rd Heaven and one of the intelligences of Venus. The invocant must face north when summoning him.

Raftma'il A guardian angel invoked in exorcism rites in Arabic lore.

Ragat A cherub or seraph that is summoned in cabalistic magickal rites.

Raguel, Raguil, Ragiel, Rasuil, Rufael, Suryan, Akrasiel "friend of God" Angel of God Raguel is an archangel who oversees the good behavior of other angels, his name meaning "friend of God." He is also said to be an angel of earth, a guardian of the second heaven and is the one who brought Enoch to the heavens. One of the seven archangels listed in the Enochian writings. He is an angel of earth, a guard of the 2nd (or 4th) Heaven. He "takes vengeance on the world of luminaries" which is interpreted to mean that, for cause, he brings other angels to account. Great as he is, he was reprobated at a church council in Rome in 745 C.E., along with other high-ranking angels, Uriel among them. According to Hugo, Raguhel (so spelt) is a demon who "passed himself off as a saint" whom Pope Zachary in 745 C.E. "unearthed and turned out of the saintly calendar, along with two other demons called Oribel and Tobiel." [See Tubuas] As cited in The Revelation of John an extract from the termination of MS. E: "Then shall He send the angel Raguel, saying: Go and sound the trumpet for the angels of cold and snow and ice, and bring together every kind of wrath upon them that stand on the left." This would occur after the separation of the sheep from the goats. In Gnosticism, he is equated with Thelesis, another rgreat angel. According to Enoch II, Raguel (as Raguil or Rasuil or Samuil) is the angel who transported Enoch to Heaven while Enoch was still living-an incident alluded to in Genesis 5:24. This feat is also credited to Anafiel.

Rahabiel An angel invoked in a charm along with Phaniel, Ariel, Lahabiel, and Raphael.

Rahaviel In hechaloth lore an angelic guard at the 2nd Heaven.

Rahdar Along with Phakiel, he governs the sign of Cancer.

Rahmiel, Rachmiel, Rahamael An angel of mercy and also an angel of love. The other angels of love are Zadkiel, Zehanpuryu, Theliel, and Anael (Haniel). He may be invoked as an amulet against evil. As Rahmiel, he is St. Francis Assisi who, like Enoch and Elijah, was transformed into an angel upon his arrival in Paradise.

Rahtiel, Rahatiel "to run" In Jewish legendary lore, he is the angel of constellations, like Kakabel. He is the angel who, after Metatron names the stars to Rabbi Ishmael, "enters them in counted order," as related in 3 Enoch.

Rahziel An angel in Mandaean theosophy.

Rakhaniel An angel whose name is on the 5th pentacle of Saturn. When conjuring him, the invocant should recite Deuteronomy 10:17.

Ramal One of the seventy childbirth angels.

Ramamel One of the many guards of the gates of the east Wind.

Ram Avatar, Rama, Ramachandra The 7th of the ten avatars in Vedic lore.

Ramiel, Ramiel, Phanuel, Uriel, Yerahmeel, Jeremiel, etc. Angel of Thunder He is considered both a heavenly and fallen angel.This angel is in charge of the souls that come up for judgment on the last day. Ramiel is regarded as the presider over true visions and is the angel who interprets Baruch's vision. In the female form she is also regarded as the angel of joy. In the Syriac Apocalypse of Bauch (3rd section) he is the angel who, as presider over true visions, provides Baruch with an interpretation of the vision Baruch saw and speaks of. In this vision, Ramiel appears as the angel who destroys Sennacherib's hosts-a feat credited also to Uriel, Michael, Gabriel, and other redoubtable hierarchs. Ramiel is chief of thunder (as is Uriel); has charge of the souls that come up for judgment on the last day (as has Zehanpuryu). In Enochian writings, Ramiel or Remiel is both a holy angel and a fallen one. In verse 6, he is leader of the apostates; in verse 20, he is one of the seven archangels standing before God's throne. Ram Izad In ancient Persian lore, an angel to whom services were paid.

Ram Khastra< Ram Khvastra The Parsi equivalent of the Mandaean uthri Ayar Ziwa, who "brings the sounds' or "stirs the air."

Rampel Angel of Endurance This heavenly being holds dominion over mountains. He inspires inner strength, stability and endurance. An angel with dominion over deep waters and mountain ranges. In The Alphabet of Rabbi Akiba the angel of mountain is included among the "splendid, terrible, and mighty angel chiefs" who passed before God to rejoice in the 1st Sabbath.

Raphael "God has healed" Of Chaldean origin, originally called Labbiel. Angel of Healing This celestial being is traditionally known to be extremely healing to all living beings, his name meaning, "divine healer." Besides healing, this angel grants mortals many gifts, among them joy, love, grace and creativity. He encourages self-motivation in becoming who we are meant to be. Besides being ruler of the angels of healing, Raphael is considered regent of the sun, chief of the order of virtues, governor of the south, guardian of the west, ruling prince of the second heaven, guardian of The Tree of Life in the garden of Eden and an angel of prayer, love, joy, and light. He belongs to the order of cherubim, the dominions, and the powers. He is said to be the friendliest and funniest of all the angels. Raphael is one of the three great angels in post-Biblical lore. He first appears in The Book of Tobit ( a work external to the Hebrew canon, apocryphal in Protestant Scripture, canonical in Catholic). In it, Raphael acts as companion and guide to Tobit's son Tobias who journeys to Media from Nineveh. It is only at the end of the journey that Raphael reveals himself by name as "one of the seven holy angels" that attend the throne of God. In Enoch I, Raphael is declared to be "one of the watchers". And later on, he is a guide in sheol (the underworld). Enoch I also puts him as one of the four presences, set over all the diseases and all the wounds of the children of men." In The Zohar: "Raphael is charged to heal the earth, and through him.the earth furnishes an abode for man, whom also he heals of his maladies." According to gematria (cabala) and Yoma, Raphael is one of the three angels that visited Abraham (Genesis 18), the other two identified usually as Gabriel and Michael. Raphael is credited also with healing Abraham of the pain of circumcision, the patriarch having neglected to observe this rite earlier in life. In the Legend of the Jews, he is the angel sent by God to cure Jacob of the injury to his thigh when Jacob wrestled with his dark adversary at Peniel. Another legend in the Sefer Noah claims it was Raphael who handed Noah, after the flood, a "medical book", which may have been the famous Sefer Raziel. Among other high offices, Raphael is the regent of the sun, chief of the order of virtues, governor of the south, guardian of the west, ruling prince of the 2nd Heaven, overseer of the evening winds, guardian of the Tree of Life in the Garden of Eden, one of the six angels of repentance, angel of prayer, love, joy, and light. Above all, he is, as his name denotes, the angel of healing (Cf. Aslepios, ancient Greek god of healing). He is also the angel of science and knowledge, and the preceptor angel of Isaac. He belongs to at least four of the celestial orders: seraphim, cherubim, dominions (dominations), and powers. According to Trithenius of Spanheim, the 15th-century occultist, he is one of the seven angels of the Apocalypse. He is also numbered among the ten holy sefiroth. And while he is not specifically named as the angel who troubled the waters at the pool in ancient Bethesda (John 5), he is generally so credited. An ophite diagram represents Raphael as a terrestrial daemon with a beastlike form and associated with three other angels; Michael, Suriel, and Gabriel in the same guise. This may be because of his having been called a guide in Hell. The information on Raphael is inexhaustible, but on additional interesting legend is from The Testament of Solomon: When Solomon prayed to God for help in the Building of the Temple, God answered with the gift of a magic ring brought to him by Raphael. The ring engraved with the Pentalpha (5-pointed star), had the power to subdue all demons. It was with the "slave labor" of demons that Solomon was able to complete the building of the Temple.

Raquiel One of the many guards at the gates of the West Wind.

Rasamasa With Vocabiel, he governs the sign of Pisces.

Rasesiyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Rash, Rashin Rast The angel minister of justice in the service of Mithra.

Rashiel, Zavael An angel with dominion over whirlwinds and earthquakes.

Rashnu - Angel of Judgment According to the ancient Persian religion, Rashnu is the angel who stands at the bridge to heaven and passes judgment on those who may pass.

Rathanael An angel "who sits in the 3rd Heaven." The Testament of Solomon cites him as the only angel who is able to frustrate the plotting of the female demon Enepsigos.

Ratsitsiel In hechaloth lore, a guard at the 1st heavenly hall.

Ratzuziel A guard of the 3rd Heaven.

Ravadlediel In hechaloth lore, a guard of the 5th Heaven.

Raziel, Ratziel. Akrasiel, Gallizur, Saraqael, Suriel, etc. "secret of God" "angel of mysteries" "angel of the secret regions and chief of the Supreme Mysteries". Angel of Mysteries This archangel's name means "God is my pleasure" and inspires us to accept the mystery as a beautiful part of life, so that our minds can shine forth with new and uplifting ideas. He is also known as the angel of knowledge. A Hebrew tradition tells that soon after Adam was driven from the Garden of Eden, he experienced illness. Raziel gave Adam as book listing all the medicinal herbs for curing every possible illness. In the cabala he is the personification of Cochma (divine wisdom), 2nd of the ten holy sefiroth. In rabbinic lore, he is the legendary author of The Book of the Angel Raziel (Sefer Raziel), "wherein all celestial and earthly knowledge is set down." Legend has it that the angel handed this book to Adam, and that the other angels, out of envy, purloined the precious grimoire and cast it into the sea, whereat God ordered Rahab, primordial angel/demon of the deep, to retrieve it and return it to Adam-which Rahab obediently did. The book finally came into possession of, first, Enoch (who, it is said, gave it out as his own work; The Book of Enoch); then of Noah; then of Solomon, the latter deriving from it, according to demonographers, his great knowledge and power in magick. From a midrash, it develops that Noah learned how to go about building the Ark by pouring over the Raziel tome. The Zohar reports that in the middle of the book there occurs a secret writing "explaining the 1,500 keys [to the mystery of the world] which were not revealed even to the holy angels." (Many feel that the true author is unknown, but he has been commonly identified as Eleazer of Worms or Isaac the Blind, both medieval writers. The noted 13th-century cabalist Abraham ben Samuel Abulafia wrote under the name Raziel and the name Zechariah.) In Targum Ecclesiastes 10, 20, it is reported that "each day the angel Raziel, standing on Mount Horeb, proclaims the secrets of men to all mankind." Searching further in the cabala, one learns that Raziel is one of the ten (actually nine) archangels in the Briatic world, which is the 2nd of the four worlds of Creation. In this world, each sefira is allotted an archangel to govern it, the chief being Metatron, the others being, apart from Raziel, Tzaphkiel, Tzadquiel, Kamael, Michael, Haniel, Raphael, Gabriel, and Sandalphon. According to the Mishma Thora, Raziel is chief of the order of Erelim; also the herald of deity and preceptor angel of Adam.

Razvan In Arabic lore, the "treasurer of Paradise", and the "porter of Heaven."

Razziel An angel of the 7th hour of the night serving under Mendrion.

Recabustira A prayer addressed to him (for providing a magick carpet) is made by gradually reducing the name thus: Cabustira, Bustira, Stira, Ira, etc.

Rectacon An angel invoked in the benediction of the Salt.

Region An angel invoked specifically in the conjuration of the Sword.

Rehael An angel of the order of powers. Angel of Respect This angel inspires humans to respect their parents and the wisdom of age. He opens our eyes and hearts to realize that all those who came before us are older and wiser than we are. He rules over health and longevity, and inspires respect for one's parents. Rehael is one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae. His corresponding angel is Ptechout.

Rehauel One of the seventy-two angels of the Zodiac.

Rehel An angel who battles against the enemies of religion. His corresponding angel is Phupe.

Reiiel An angel of the order of dominations. He is also one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Reivtip, Rirvtip In Mosaic incantation rites, an angel who serves the angel-prince Alimon.

Rekhodial An angel of the 2nd pentacle of Sol.

Relail In Arabic lore, governor of the 5th Heaven.

Remiel, Ramiel, Rumael One of the seven archangels who attend the throne of God. He is called Jeremiel or Uriel in various translations and described as "one of the holy angels whom God has set over those who rise" (from the dead). He is the same angel (given as Ramiel) who, in The Apocalypse of Baruch, destroys the army of Sennacherib.

Remliel - Angel of Awakening Remliel is the angelic awakener whose goal is to bring us to God-consciousness and union with your Eternal Self. He supplies whatever we need to fight the battle between light and illusion, the flesh and the spirit. When we are ready for a spiritual awakening, our Guardian Angel calls to Remliel to watch over us during this period of purification and self revelation. Remliel provides the best conditions for our growth by helping us face the personal demons and illusions that have blocked us from experiencing God's love directly. He is charged with directing the expanding of our mental body so that its currents and frequencies are all turned Godward.

Rempha In Egyptian theology, chief of the order of thrones and genius of time. In hermetics, Rempha is one of the seven planetary genii and the archangel of Saturn.

Reno The corresponding angel for the angel Vehuel.

Requel In The Sixth and Seventh Book s of Moses, a ruling prince of the order of principalities.

Requiel One of the twenty-eight angels ruling the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Reschith Hajalalim, Rashith ha-Galgalim In Jewish cabala, a ministering angel through whom "the essence of divinity flows." He guides the primum mobile, a task usually linked with Metatron.

Resh, Rash? An Indo-Persian angel mentioned in Historia Religiouis Veterum Persarum.

Retsutsiel, Rezoziel An angel guarding the 3rd Heaven in hechaloth lore.

Rhamiel, Rahmiel. Angel of Empathy Rhamiel brings empathy, understanding, caring and protection to mortals. The angelic name of St. Francis of Assisi as the angel of mercy. He has also been referred to as the angel of the apocalypse. As such he warns the winds not to complete the destruction of the world "until the elect should be gathered."

Rhaumel A Friday angel residing in the 5th Heaven and invoked from the north.

Richol An angel of the order of powers that may be invoked.

Riddia, Ridya, Ridjah, Mathariel "the irrigator" Prince of rain in command of the element of water. He is said to reside between two abysses. In Hebrew lore, he is described as an angel who, when invoked, shows himself in the form of a 3-year-old heifer with cleft lips.

Ridwan In Islamic tradition an angel placed at the entrance to the earthly paradise.

Riehol Along with Saissaiel, they govern the sign of Scorpio.

Rifion In hechaloth lore, an angel guarding the 5th Heaven.

Rigal One of the seventy childbirth angels.

Rigziel In Isaac ha-Cohen's text, Emanations of the Left Side, he if 8th of the ten holy sefiroth.

Rikbiel YHWH An angel appointed over the divine chariot (Merkabah) or wheels; also chief of the order of galgallim, of which there are six other ruling angels. In Enochian lore he ranks higher than Metatron, which makes him one of the great crown princes of heavenly judgment.

Rimezin An angel of the 4th hour of the night serving under Jefischa

Risnuch Genius of agriculture, according to Transcendental Magic. In The Nuctemeron he is one of the genii of the 9th hour.

Riswan, Rusvon In the Odes of Hafiz, he is the gatekeeper of Heaven. The reference is to "dread Riswan's throne".

Riyiel In the cabala one of the seventy-two zodiac angels.

Rochel An angel who finds lost objects. His corresponding angel is Chontar‚. He is also among the seventy-two angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Roelhaiphar An angel of the 5th pentacle of Saturn. Deuteronomy 10:17 should be recited when invoking him.

Rogziel Listed in Maseket Gan Edem and Gehinnom as one of the seven angels of punishment.

Rombomare Corresponding angel for Lauviah

Romiel In geonic (Middle Ages) lore, an angel assigned to rulership over one of the months of the year.

Rorex In The Testament of Solomon an angel invoked ot counteract the power of the demon of disease, Alath.

Rosabis Genius of metals and one of the genii of the 11th hour.

Roupa'il An angel in Mandaean lore.

Rsassiel One of the seventy childbirth angels.

Ruah Piskonit One of the many names of Metatron.

Ruha'il In Islamic lore, an angel of the 7th Heaven in charge of a group of angels (in the guise of men) engaged in worshipping Allah.

Rubiel An angel (along with Uriel and Barachiel) invoked in games of chance. For good results, his name, when prayed to, must be inscribed on virgin parchment.

Ruchiel An angel appointed over the wind.

Rudiel In hechaloth lore, an angel guarding the 3rd heavenly hall.

Rudosor An angel of the 6th hour of the night serving under Zaazonash.

Rufael Another form of Raphael or a corruption of Raguel.

Rugziel, Dalkiel An angel who operates in the 7th compartment of Hell in the "punishment of ten nations."

Ruhiel In Jewish lore, the angel governing the wind. He is mentioned as one of the great luminaries in Heaven who, "when they encounter Metatron, tremble before him and prostrate themselves."

Ruman In Islamic lore, a special angel of the lower regions who requires of all the deceased that come before him to write down the evil deeds they performed on earth for which they were consigned to Hell. Ruman then delivers the deceased to the angels Munkar and Nakir for punishment.

Rumiel An angelic guard of the 6th Heaven and one of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Rusvon, Riswan An angel who holds the keys to the Muslim earthly paradise.

Ruwano A ministering angel invoked in conjuring rites.

Ruya'il In Arabic lore, a guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism.

S Angels

Sa'adiya'il In Islamic religious lore an angel of the 3rd Heaven in charge of a group of angels, in the guise of vultures, engaged in the worshipping of Allah.

Saaphiel The angel of hurricanes, mentioned in Sefer Yetzirah.

Saaqael, Sarakiel, Suriel In Enoch I, an angel of the presence.

Sabaoc One of the seven reprobated angels at the trial which took place in a church council in Rome, 745 C.E.

Sabaoth, Tsabaoth, Ibraoth "hosts" One of the angels of the presence; one of the divine names in Gnostic and cabalistic lore. In Gnosticism, he is one of the seven archons, creators of the universe.

Sabathiel, Sabbathi In the Jewish cabala, an intelligence of Saturn. He receives the divine light of the holy spirit and communicated it to the dwellers in his kingdom. In Mosaic lore, he is one of seven princes "who stand continually before God, and to whom are given the spirit-names of the planets."

Sabiel The 1st of the personalized angels of the ten holy sefiroth. In Aramaic Incantation Textz from Nipper, he is an angel invoked in ritual rites.

Sablil According to The Nuctemeron a genius who runs down thieves and one of the spirits of the 9th hour.

Sabrael, Sabriel One of the seven archangels as noted in The Testament of Solomon and 3 Enoch. He is chief of the order of tarshishim ("the brilliant ones", virtues), sharing the post with Tarshiel and guard of the 1st Heaven. In occultism, he is the only angel who can overcome the demon of disease, Sphendonael.

Sabtabiel In the cabala, an angel invoked in necromantic rites.

Sachiel "covering of God" An angel of the order of hashmallim (cherubim). He resides in the 1st Heaven (or the 6th, depending upon the source). He is a Monday (or Thursday or Friday) angel, invoked from the south and also from the west. He is also the presiding spirit of Jupiter. In Gnostic lore, he is called a servitor of the 4 sub-princes of Hell.

Sachael - Angel of Water As an angel who presides over water, we can appeal to this angel for clarity of thought, purity and serenity of heart. This calming angel grants tranquility to our minds and relieves fears and phobias.

Sachluph According to The Nuctemeron a genius controlling plants and of the 2nd hour.

Sacriel An angel serving in the 5th Heaven and invoked from the south according to The Magus.

Sadayel An archangel whose name is inscribed in a pentagram ring amulet.

Sadial, Sadiel In Islamic lore an angel governing the 3rd Heaven.

Saditel An angel of the 3rd Heaven.

Sadqiel In Wisdom of the Chaldeans a ruling angel of the 5th day.

Sadriel An angel of order.

Saelel One of the seventy-two Zodiac angels.

Saeliah [Seeliah]

Safkas One of the many names of Metatron.

Safriel An angel guarding the 5th Heaven. He is said to be an effective kamea for warding off evil.

Sagdalon Along with Semakiel, governor of Capricorn.

Sagham Along with Seratiel, governor of Leo.

Sagiel An angel of the 7th hour of the day serving under Barginiel.

Sagmagigrin One of the many names of Metatron.

Sagnessagiel, Sasniel, Sagansagel, Sasnigiel Prince of wisdom and chief of the angelic guards of the 4th hall of the 7th Heaven. He is one of the many names used by Metatron. In the Baratia de Massechet Gehinnom, he showed Rabbi Ishmael the holy books containing the decrees for Israel.

Sagras Along with Saraiel, governor of Taurus.

Sagsagel [Zagzagel]

Sahariel, Asderel An angel invoked in Syriac spellbinding charms. He governs the sign of Aries.

Sahiviel One of the many guards of the 3rd Heaven.

Sahon In the cabala one of the angels of the Seal and a planetary angel.

Sahriel One of the sixty-four angel wardens of the seven celestial halls.

Sahtail, Sahteil An angel in Mandaean lore.

Saissaiel With Riehol, governor of Scorpio.

Sakniel One of the many guards of the gates of the West Wind.

Sakriel, Samriel a porter angel of the 2nd Heaven.

Saktas One of the many names of Metatron.

Salamiel, Satanail, Satomail A great angel, prince of the grigori. Although the grigori dwell in Heaven, a certain number of them are malign. A legend has it that Salamiel rejected God and is now a fallen angel.

Salatheel, Sealriel, Sealthiel, Salathiel "I have asked God" One of the seven great ministering archangels, rulers of the movements of the spheres. Along with Suriel (Suriyel), he conducted Adam and Eve from the top of a high mountain, where Satan had lured them, to the cave of treasures.

Salbabiel An angel invoked in Aramaic love charms.

Salem The guardian angel of St. John, probably Melchizedec, who was the legendary king of Salem (Jerusalem).

Salemia In Esdras II, one of the five "men" (angels) who transcribed the 204 books dictated by Ezra.

Salilus In the magickal arts, a genius who opens sealed doors and is the genius of the 7th hour.

Salmael, Samael A prince of one of the angel orders. He used to accuse Israel on Yom Kippur, calling for the annihilation of the Jews. Salmael is equated with Samael and Azazel. He has also been identified as Jacob's dark antagonist at Peniel, as have others.

Salmay, Zalmaii, Samaey In the Grimorium Vernum one of the "holy angels of God" invoked in ceremonial rites, especially in the benediction of the Salt.

Salmia An angel petitioned in ritual prayer, along with other "great and glorious spirits" for the fulfillment of the invocant's desires.

Salmon An angel of the 6th hour of the night serving under Zaazonash.

Salun An angel petitioned in ritual prayer.

Sam(m)ael, Satanil, Samil, Satan, Seir, Salmael A combination of "sam" meaning poison and "el" meaning angel. In rabbinic literature, he is chief of the Satans and the angel of death. In the Secrets of Enoch (Enoch II) he is the prince of demons and a magickian. Samael has been regarded as both evil and good; as one of the greatest and as one of the foulest spirits operating in Heaven, on the earth, and in Hell. On the one hand he is said to be chief ruler of the 5th Heaven (in Jewish legendary lore he usually resides in the 7th Heaven), one of the seven regents of the world served by two million angels; on the other hand, he is "that great serpent with twelve wings that draws after him, in his fall, the solar system." Samael is also the angel of death who God sent to fetch the soul of Moses. Talmud Yalkut I, 110, speaks of him as Esau's guardian angel. Sotah 10b speaks of Samael as Edom's Sar (angelic prince guardian). In the Sayings of Rabbi Eliezer, he is charged with being the one (in the guise of a serpent) who tempted Eve, seduced her, and became the father of Cain. In The Zohar, he is the dark angel who wrestled with Jacob at Peniel, although Michael, Uriel, Metatron and others have been identified as this antagonist. Samael is also equated with the satan who tempted David to number Israel (I Chronicles 21). The Holy Kabbalah characterizes him as the "severity of God" and lists him as the 5th of the archangels of the world of Briah. Here he corresponds to the sefira Geburah. Cornelius Agrippa equates him with the Greek god Typhon. In The Ascension of Isaiah IV, 7, this passage occurs: "And we ascended to the firmament, I and he [Isaiah and his escorting angel], and there I saw Sammael and his hosts, and there was great fighting therein and the angels of Satan were envying one another." It appears that Samael and Satan are interchangeable.

Samaha'il In Muslim tradition an angel in the 6th Heaven in charge of a group of angels (in the guise of boys) engaged in worshipping Allah.

Samandiriel, Smandriel In Mandaean lore, a spirit of fertility who receives prayers; and who keeps such prayers until the time comes when he believes they should be acted upon. Angel of Imagination This divine being is an angel who holds dominion over imagination, to visualize, thus transforming our own lives and the world around us.

Samangaluf, Smnglf, Samangeloph According to pseudo-Sirach, one of the three angels who brought Lilith back to Adam in the pre-Eve days, after a long separation.

Samas A master spirit in Babylonian and Chaldean occultism. He figures as one of the signs (the sun) of the Zodiac.

Samax Chief of the angels of the air and ruling angel of Tuesday. His ministering angels are Carmax, Ismoli, and Paffran.

Sambula In Arabic lore an angel invoked in conjuring rites.

Samchia, Samchiel One of the seventy childbirth angels.

Sameon An angel of the 6th hour of the day serving under Samil.

Sameron An angel of the 12th hour of the day serving under Beratiel.

Samhiel In the cabala an angel invoked to cure stupidity.

Sam Hii, Shom Hii "creation of life" In Mandaean lore one of the four malki (Uthri or angels) of the North Star.

Samiaza(z) [Semyaza]

Samiel In the Apocalypse of Peter and The Apocryphal New Testament Samiel is an "immortal angel of God." In The Book of Protection, he is grouped with Michael, Gabriel and other spellbinding angels. However, according to Voltaire, he is one of the leaders of the fallen angels, therefore evil. He was apparently another form for Samael, prince of evil. In Bar-Khonai, The Book of Scholia, he is described as "blind, malformed, and evil."

Samjaza [Semyaza]

Samlo In gnosticism one of the great luminaries or aeons who "are to draw the elect up to Heaven."

Sammael - Angel of Souls Sammael is considered both an evil and good angel, he is known as the chief ruler of the fifth heaven. He is known to be the angel sent by God to carry the soul of Moses at the time of his death.

Samoel A spirit invoked in prayer by the Master of the Art in Solomonic rituals.

Samohayl A ministering archangel evoked in cabalistic conjuring rites.

Samoy In the Grimorium Verum an angel conjured in black magick operations. He may be the same as Samoel.

Samriel [Sakriel]

Samuil, Semil "heard of God" In Jewish legendary lore, an angel with dominion over the earth. In Enoch II he is the angel that transported him to Heaven and then back to earth.

Sanasiel In Mandaean lore an angel who stands at the gate of life and prays for souls.

Sandalphon, Sandolphon, Sandolfon "co-brother" (Greek) Originally the prophet Elias (Elijah). Angel of Power Sandalphon is a great angel prince. He oversees the many powers given to the Seraphim including strength, abundance, beauty and the joy of living. Sandalphon provides wisdom and self-forgiveness in accepting our many gifts. He guides us through our life story to feel what we need to do in finding the fears and imbalances which prevent us from accepting our personal power. In rabbinic lore, he is one of the great sarim (angelic princes), twin brother of Metatron, master (hazzan) of heavenly song. Exceeding Hadraniel in height by a 500-year foot journey, he is regarded as one of the tallest hierarchs in the celestial realms-Moses, sighting him in the 3rd Heaven, called him "the tall angel". Talmud Hagiga 13b says his head reaches Heaven (which is said slao of Israfel and of the Greek giant Typhon). In The Greater Key of Solomon, he is designated "the left-hand feminine cherub of the ark." In the liturgy for the Feast of Tabernacles, he is credited with gathering the prayers of the faithful, making a garland of such prayers, and then "adjuring them to ascend as an orb to the supreme King of Kings." In Enoch 3, he is the ruler of the 6th Heaven (makon) but, in The Zohar he is "chief of the 7th Heaven." According to Islamic lore, he dwells in the 4th Heaven. As Michael does, he carries on a ceaseless battle with the apparently indestructible Samael (Satan), prince of evil. The ancient sages identified him with Ophan. He is also said to be instrumental in bringing about the differentiation of sex in the embryo.

Sangariah Angel of fasts, whose chief office is accusing those who fail to observe the Sabbath.

Sangariel An angel who guards the portals of Heaven.

Sanigron Kunya In The Sword of Moses one of the fourteen great angels who may be invoked in special ceremonial rites.

Sannul, Sanul An angel of the order of powers. In occultism he is summoned in magickal ritual.

Sansanui, Sansanvi, Sanvi, Sansennoi, Snvi, Sanzanuy One of three angels credited with bringing Lilith back to Adam after their seperation in the pre-Eve days. The other two angels were Sanuy (or Sennoi) and Samangaluf. Sansanui is now a potent prophylactic against the deprivations of Lilith and her minions.

Santanael A Friday angel residing in the 3rd Heaven that must be invoked from the south.

Santriel The only reference to Santriel occurs in The Zohar as: "And a curtain angel named Santriel goes away to fetch the body of such a sinner {one who does not keep the Sabbath} from the grave and brings it to Gehenna, holding it up before the eyes of all the sinners, that they may see how it bred worms."

Saphar In the Sefer Yetzirah he is "one of the three seraphim through whom the world was made," the other two being Sepher and Sipur.

Sapiel, Saphiel An angel of the 4th Heaven and ruler of Sunday. He is guardian angel invoked from the north.

Saraiel, Sariel Along with Sagras, governor of the sign of Gemini.

Sarafiel In Islamic mythology an angel equated with Israfil or Israfel.

Sarafsion In hechaloth lore an angelic guard stationed at the 7th Heaven.

Sarahiel One of the seven angelic guards of the 2nd Heaven.

Sarakiel, Saraquael The prince of the ministering angels who officiates when the judgment council convenes. He is "one of the seven holy angels set over the children of men whose spirits have sinned." Along with Sataaran, he governs the sign of Aries.

Saranana According to The Almadel of Solomon an angel of the 3rd chora.

Sarasael, Sarea, Sarga, Saraqael A seraph; one of the five "men" who transcribed the 204 books dictated by Ezra. He is one of the holy angels "set over the spirits of those who sin in the spirit." Baruch III, cites him as the angel God sent to Noah to advise him in the matter of replanting the Tree (in Eden) "which led Adam astray."

Saratan In Arabic lore an angel invoked in incantations.

Sarea One of the five "men" referred to under Sarasael. Of the 204 books, 70 were to be delivered only to the wise; the others published openly.

Sarfiel An ancient amulet angel whose name is recorded in a Palestinian mezuzah, along with the names of six other angels. In occultism, he is an angel of the 8th hour under Osgaebial. He is also one of the guards at the gates of the East Wind.

Sarga, Sarasael One of the five heavenly scribes appointed by God to transcribe the 204 books dictated by Ezra. The other four scribes are Dabria, Seleucia, Ethan (or Ecanus), and Asiel.

Sargiel, Nasargiel An angel who fills Hell with the souls of the wicked.

Sar ha-Kodesh The angelic prince of the sanctuary, or of holiness. He has been identified with Metatron and Yefefiah.

Sar ha-Olam Literally "prince of the world" and the equivalent of Sar ha-Panim, "prince of the face." Identified as Michael, Jehoel, Metatron, and-by St. Paul-as Satan. Talmud calls Sar ha-Olam an angel who "bears God's name within him," referring to Exodus 23:21. Sar ha-Olam, like Metatron is credited with composing Psalms 37:25 and Isaiah 24:16.

Sar ha-Panim Literally "prince of the face" and equated with the prince of the presence; also with Sar ha-Olam.

Sar ha0Torah Literally "prince of the Torah" (Law), who is Yefefiah.

Sarhma'il In Arabic lore a guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism.

Sariel, Suriel, Zerachiel, Sarakiel, Uriel One of the seven archangels originally listed in the Enoch books as Saraqel and differentiated from Uriel, although Sariel is identified as Uriel in the Dead Sea Scriptures. Angel of Guidance One of the seven archangels, his name meaning "God's command", he is responsible for the lot of angels that violate God's sacred ordinances. Sariel is considered the prince of presence and an angel of healing. This celestial being is associated with the skies and holds dominion over the sun sign, Aries. He is cited as both a holy angel and a fallen one. In occultism he is one of the nine angels of the summer equinox and effective as an amulet against evil. He governs the sign of Aries. He teaches the course of the moon (which at one time was forbidden knowledge). In the recently discovered Dead Sea Scrolls, one of the books, The War of the Sons of Light Against the Sons of Darkness, speaks of the angel Sariel as a name that appears on the shields of the "third Tower," (the term Tower having the meaning of fighting unit). There were 4 Towers in all.

Saritaiel, Saritiel Along with Vhnori, governs the Zodiac sign of Sagittarius.

Sarmiel A subordinate of Jehoel, prince of fire.

Sarospa "the angel who executes the commands of Ahura-Mazda."

Sarphiel An angel invoked in Syriac incantations. He is considered to be a "spellbinding power."

Sarquamich A ruling angel of the 3rd hour of the night. [See Haglow].

Sartamiel One of the governing angels of the Zodiac.

Sartziel, Saissaiel According to Transcendental Magic the genius governing the sign of Scorpio.

Sarush [Sirushi, Sraosha]

Sasa'il In Muslim tradition an angel of the 4th Heaven in charge of a group of angels 9in the guise of horses) engaged in worshipping Allah.

Sasganiel An angel invoked in rites of exorcism.

Sasnigiel, Sasniel, Sagansagel, Sasnesagiel In 3 Enoch the prince of wisdom, prince of the world, and prince of the presence (or face). Also one of the seraphim "appointed over peace". Sasnigiel is one of the many names of Metatron.

Sastashiel Jhvhh One of the angelic princes of the hosts of X.

Sataaran Along with Sarahiel, governs the sign of Aries.

Satael One of the Tuesday angels of the air invoked in magick rites. He also serves as a presiding spirit of Mars.

Sathariel "concealment of God" The "averse" sefira "who hides the face of mercy." In The Zohar (supplement), he is called Sheiriel.

Saturn In Persian lore, an angel, lord of the 7th Heaven. In the cabala, he is the angel of the wilderness. In Chaldean mythology, he was Adar, one of the ruling gods of the five planets.

Sauriel "Sauriel the Releaser" In Mandaean lore he is the angel of death.

Savaliel An angelic guard of the 3rd Heaven.

Savaniah An angel of the 3rd pentacle of Mercury.

Savatri, Savitri, Savitar One of the seven or twelve Adityas or "infinite ones" (angels) in Vedic lore. He/she is a sun deity and is described as having "a golden hand, golden eyes" and "drawn by luminous brown steeds with white feet." He/she has been identified with Prajapati, the Creator, in Vedic hymns.

Savliel In hechaloth lore a porter or guard of the 3rd Heaven.

Savsa In hechaloth lore a guard of the 6th heavenly hall.

Sawael The angel of the whirlwind according to the Sefer Yetzirah.

Sazquiel Angelic ruler of the 5th hour with ten chiefs and 100 lesser officers under him, each with his own attendants.

Scamijm An angel of the 1st Heaven.

Schachlil In transcendental magic the genius governing the sun's rays and the 9th hour.

Schachniel One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Schaddyl One of the fifteen throne angels listed in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Schaltiel Along with Iadara, governs the sign of Virgo.

Scharial In occult lore, an angel who is said to have come out of Sodom for the purpose of curing painful boils.

Schawayt One of the fifteen throne angels listed in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Schebtaiel, Schabtaiel, Sabbathi In the cabala the lord of the planet Saturn. The term dervies from schebtai, Hebrew for Saturn.

Scheliel One of the twenty-eight angels governing the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Schiekron The genius of bestial love and of the 4th hour. [Pharzuph]

Schimuel One of the fifteen throne angels listed in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Schioel An angel of the 1st pentacle of the moon.

Schrewniel "convert" In Mosaic incantation rites, an angel invoked for obtaining a good memory and an open heart.

Scigin An angel mentioned in the grimoires and invoked in goetic rites.

Sealiah, Seeliah In the cabala an angel who governs vegetation on earth. He is also one of the seventry-two bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Sealtiel "request of God" An archangel listed in the Dictionary of Mythology Folklore and Symbol.

Sebhael, Sebhil A spirit in Arabic lore who is in charge of the books that contain every good and evil actions of man.

Seclam an angel of the order of powers invoked in ceremonial magick.

Sedekiah A "treasure-finding angel" who is on the 1st pentacle of Jupiter. He is invoked in Solomonic magick.

Seehiah, Seheiah One of the seventy-two angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae. He is also listed as one of the nine angels of the order of dominations (dominions), led by Zadkiel. He is credited with bestowing long life and improved health to those who invoke him.

Sefoniel One of two princes ruling the universe, the other is Ioniel. He may be invoked.

Sefriel An angel guarding the 5th Heaven.

Segef An angel of destruction invoked at the close of the Sabbath. It needs to be mentioned that the angels of destruction are not by nature evil; only so in a causative sense. They were among the 1st angels to be created. There is no mention of them as among the one-third of the hosts that defected at the time of the great rebellion in Heaven.

Segsuhiel YHWH One of the angel princes of the hosts of X.

Sehaltiel An angel to be invoked when wishing to drive away the demon Moloch.

Seheiah In the cabala an angel who protects against fire and sickness and governs longevity. His corresponding angel is Sethacer.

Sehibiel An angelic guard of the 2nd Heaven.

Seimelkhe A celestial being in Gnostic lore commonly referred to as a power or an aeon.

Seir Another name for Samael.

Seket In the cabala a female angel who dwells in Egypt; she is an angel of part of an hour and appears when invoked.

Seldac, Sellao, Esaldaio, Saela In gnosticism, one of the angels of the order of powers in charge of heavenly baptism.

Selemia, Shelemiah, Seleucia One of the five "men" who wrote down the 94 (or 204) books dictated by Ezra. [See also Asiel, Dabria, Ecanus, and Sarae (Sarga)]

Selith A seraph, one of the two guardian angels of the Virgin Mary and St. John the Divine.

Semakiel, Semaqiel Along with Sagdalon, governs the sign of Capricorn.

Semalion In Talmud Sotah 13b, the angel who announced the death of Moses with the words "The great scribe is dead!" Note: since Sammael was the one sent from heaven to fetch Moses' soul, this may be a variant spelling for Sammael. The name occurs again in Talmud Sanhedrin 38b and Hagiga 13b.

Semanglaf, Samangaluf An angel invoked for help when a woman becomes pregnant. He is also one of the three angels that brought Lilith back to Adam after their separation.

Semeliel, Semishial One of the seven princes "who stand continually before God, and to whom are given the spirit-names of the planets." Agrippa views him as the spirit of the sun.

Semibel One of the seven angels reprobated at the church council in Rome in 745 C. E.

Senacher The corresponding angel for Elemiah.

Senciner Corresponding angel for Michael and of the order of powers. He watched over Aedipus Aegyptiacus.

Sennoi, Sinui, Senoi, Sanuy With Sansennoi and Sammangeloph, he was dispatched by God to bring Lilith back to Adam after a falling out between the two in the pre-Eve days. Lilith was evil, but an amulet bearing the name Sennoi was sufficient, when she beheld it, to deter her from harming anyone, especially infants (still used for this purpose).

Sensenya One of the seventy childbirth angels.

Sentacer [Ielahiah]

Sepharon A chief officer of the 1st hour serving under Gamiel.

Sepher One of the three seraphim "through whom the world was created."

Sepheriel A great luminary, on the pronouncement of whose name "God will come to Universal Judgment."

Sephiroth, Sefiroth In The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses a power angel of the 5th Seal.

Sephuriron The 10th of the ten holy sefiroth. He has three deputy Sarim answerable to him. They are Malkiel, Ithuriel, and Nashriel.

Serabilin [Jesubilin]

Serael An angel serving in the 5th Heaven.

Serakel An angel with dominion over fruit-bearing trees.

Seraphiel Eponymous chief of the order of seraphim, although Jehoel and others are also designated chief. He ranks highest of the princes of the Merkabah as one of the judgment throne angels. He is a presiding spirit of Mercury, ruling on Tuesday and invoked from the north.

Serapiel An angel of the 5th hour of the day serving under Sazquiel.

Seraquiel A "strong and powerful angel" invoked on Saturday.

Seratiel Along with Sagham, governor of the sign of Leo.

Seref An angel who transported to Heaven the bodies of deceased Egyptian kings.

Seriel, Sariel One of the seven archangels who stand around the throne of God. As a fallen angel, he is sometimes equated with Uriel and is credited with teaching men the signs of the moon.

Serpanim "prince of the face" An angelic power in the world of Briah (one of the four worlds of Creation).

Seruf, Seruph An angel prince set over the element of fire. He is a seraph, and is another name for Nathaniel. He is also credited with being of the order of virtues and seraphim.

Serviel An angel of the 3rd hour of the day serving under Vaguaniel.

Setchiel An angel who is served by Turiel in magickal operations.

Seth One of the seven archons in the Gnostic system.

Setheus One of the great celestial powers dwelling in the 6th Heaven.

Setphael In hechaloth lore an angel guard of the 1st Heaven.

Sgrdtsih An angel (nomina Barbara) who "ministers to the sons of man."

Shabni, Shabti An angel invoked in ceremonial magick.

Shachmiel An angel to inscribe on a kamea for warding off evil.

Shadfiel One of the numerous guards at the gates of the North Wind.

Shadftiel An angel who rules in Hell. He is lord of the shadow of death and his special province is in the 3rd lodge of the seven divisions of the underworld. He punishes ten nations "for cause."

Shaftiyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Shahakiel, Shachaqiel A prince residing in the 4th Heaven. According to 3 Enoch he is one of seven archangels as well as the eponymous head of the order of Shahakim.

Shahariel In hechaloth lore a guard at the 2nd Heaven.

Shahiel An angel to inscribe on a kamea for warding off evil.

Shahrivar(i) The angel of August in ancient Persia. He also governed the 4th day of the month.

Shakti In Vedic lore the bride of Shiva. She is the prototype of the Shekinah.

Shakziel An angel with dominion over water insects.

Shalgiel An angel with dominion over snow.

Shalhevita In hechaloth lore an angelic guard of the 7th Heaven.

Shalkiel and Shalmiel Angels to inscribe on a kamea for warding off evil.

Shaltiel An angel's name found inscribed (along with the names Michael, Raphael, and Uriel) on earthen bowls in the Euphrates Valley and invoked as a charm.

Sham(m)iel, Shamael Master of heavenly song and divine herald. He is invoked in Syriac spellbinding charms, along with Michael, Harshiel, Nuriel and others. In the Ozar Midrashim, Shamiel (as distinguished from Shamael) is a guard of the gates of the South Wind.

Shamlon According to The Greater Key of Solomon, he is a"prince over all the angels and the Caesars."

Shamriel A guardian angel that may be invoked against evil.

Shams-ed-Din "sun of the faith" One of the seven Yezidic archangels invoked in prayer.

Shamsha Like Shamlon, he is a"prince over all the angels and the Caesars."

Shams(h)iel "light of day" "mighty sun of God" A ruler of the 4th Heaven and prince of Paradise; also guardian angel of Eden. He conducted Moses around Heaven. The treasures of David and Solomon were turned over by the scribe Hilkiah to him. In The Zohar he is head of 365 legions of angels. He crowns prayers and accompanies them to the 5th Heaven. In The Book of Protection he is grouped with Michael, Nuriel, and Sarphiel as a spellbinding power. In The Book of Jubilees he is one of the watchers or grigori and equated with Samsapeel. In I>Enoch I he rates as a fallen angel who "taught men the signs of the sun." According to The Zohar he served as one of the two chief aides to Uriel (the other aide was Hasdiel) when Uriel bore his standard in battle.

Shaphiel Along with Baradiel, a ruling prince of the 3rd Heaven.

Sharka'il In Arabic lore a guardian angel invoked during exorcism.

Sharlaii A Talmud angel invoked for the curing of cutaneous disorders.

Sharshiyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Shashmasrihiel Jhvhh An angel prince of the hosts of X.

Shastaniel An angel guard at the gates of the South Wind.

Shateiel The angel of silence, compared with Duma. He probably inspired the creation of the Greek god Sigalion (if not the other way around), and also Tacita, Roman goddess of silence, and Harpocratos, son of Isis, who was the god of silence.

Shathniel An angel to inscribe on a kamea for warding off evil.

Shatqiel One of the seven great archangels in 3 Enoch and a guardian prince of the 5th Heaven. In Hechaloth Rabbati he is a guard of the 4th Heaven.

Shaviel In hechaloth lore one of the seven guards of the 1st Heaven.

Shebniel One of the seventy childbirth angels.

Sheburiel Chief porter of the 3rd Heaven in hechaloth lore.

Shedu A Babylonian household guardian spirit invoked in conjuring rites.

Shegatsiel A prince of the hosts of X.

Sheikh Bakra and Sheikh Ism Two of the seven archangels in the Yezidic religion invoked in prayer.

Shekinah, Schechinah, Matrona shachan, "to reside" The female manifestation of God in man, the divine inwohnung (indwelling). Also the "bride of the Lord," compatible with the Shakti of Shiva. Angel of Unity and Unconditional Love A female angel who always stays close to humankind, inspiring mortals to be just and fair, bringing balance and harmony to our minds and spiritual being. Her name means "bride of the Lord" and she is charged with redeeming us from evil and leading us back to God so that we may be liberated and cleansed in the eternal light. The expression "the Shekinah rests" is used as a paraphrase for "God dwells." In Genesis 48:16 "the Angel which redeemed me from all evil," uttered by Israel (Jacob), applies to the Shekinah, according to The Zohar. In the New Testament sense, the Shekinah is the glory emanating from God, His effulgence. The passage in Matthew 18:20 is translated (The Dictionary of the Bible) to rad: "when two sit together and are occupied with the word of the Law, the Shekinah is with him." As interpreted in the Midrah Rabba, Michael is the glory of the Shekinah. The Shekinah is the liberating Angel, manifesting in her male aspect as Metatron. In the cabala, she is the 10th sefira Malkuth, otherwise the Queen. The creation of the world, was according to The Zohar, the work of the Shekinah. Here, too, the Shekinah is spoken of as "abiding in the 12 holy chariots and the 12 supernal hayyoth." Elsewhere in The Zohar she is mentioned as a messenger from on high who, when she first appeared to Moses, was called an angel, just as she was called by Jacob. In The Zohar she is "the way of the Tree of Life" and the "angel of the Lord". Maimonides in Moreh Nebuchim regarded the Shekinah as an intermediary between God and the world or as a periphrasis for God. The Shekinah has been identified with the Holy Ghost and the Epinoia of the Gnostic Valentinus. Of her it has been said "Behold, I send an angel before thee, to keep thee in the way" (Exodus 23:20) which has also been applied to Metatron and John the Baptist, "the forerunner angel." According to legend, Aaron died by a kiss from the Shekinah, In the same source (The Legends of the Jews II), it is related that Abraham caused the Shekinah to come down from the 2nd Heaven. The Talmud tells us that when God drove Adam out of the earthly paradise, the Shekinah remained behind "enthroned above a cherub under the Tree of Life, her splendor being 65,000 times brighter than the sun," and that this radiance "made all upon whom it fell exempt from disease"; and, further, that then "neither insects nor demons could come nigh unto such to do them harm." An account somewhat at variance with this is given in Major Trends in Jewish Mysticism and Jewish Gnosticism, Merkabah Mysticism, and Talmudic Tradition, where it is reported that the Shekinah was sent into exile on Adam's fall and that "to lead the Shekinah back to God and to unite her with Him is the true purpose of the Torah." A reference to the dwellin place of the Shekinah occurs in Canticles Rabba 6: "The original abode of the Shekinah was among the tahtonim [that is, among the lower ones: human beings, earth]. When Adam sinned, it [the abode] ascended to the 1st Heaven. With Cain's sin, it ascended to the 2nd Heaven. With Enoch's, to the 3rd. With the generations of the flood, to the 4th. With the generation of the Tower of Babel. To the 5th. With the Sodomites, to the 6th. With the sin of the Egyptians in the days of Abraham, to the 7th." Corresponding to these, there arose seven righteous men who brought the Shekinah to earth again. They were Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Levi, Kehath (Levi's son and Moses' grandfather), Amram, and Moses. A haggadah about the Shekinah is that she hovers over all conjugal unions between Jewish husbands and wives and blesses such unions with her presence. In this reference, she could be identified with the Roman goddess Petunda, presider over the marriage couch.

Shekiniel An angel guarding the 4th Heaven.

Shelemial An angel guarding the 3rd Heaven.

Shelviel An angel of the order of tarshishim.

Shemael, Kemuel, Camael, Shemuiel "name of God". Angel of Gratitude Shemael inspires feelings of gratitude and thankfulness, and by doing so, helps us grow closer to all angels. He fills our hearts with serenity and love of life. The mighty angel who stands at the windows of Heaven listening for the songs of praise ascending from synagogues and houses of study of the Jews. The name derives from the 1st word. Of the Hebrew song of praise.

Shepherd One of the six angels of repentance, equated with Phanuel.

Shetel One of three ministering angels whom God appointed to serve Adam. The other two are Aebel and Anush.

Sheviel, Shaviel An angel guarding the 1st Heaven.

Sheziem An angel invoked in cabalistic rites.

Shimshiel An angel guarding the gates of the East Wind.

Shinial One of the sixty-four angel wardens of the seven celestial halls.

Shitimichum, Shitinichus, Kitagnifai According to The Sword of Moses he is one of the nomina barbara and among the thirteen angel chiefs appointed to the Sword.

Shlasiel A', Shlotiel A' An angel prince of the hosts of X.

Shlomiel An angel guarding the 3rd Heaven.

Shmuiel, Samael "Chief of all the angels and all the 10 classes who spoke to Solomon and gave him the key to the mysteries."

Shoel One of the sixty-four angel wardens of the seven celestial halls.

Shoftiel "judge of God" One of the seven angels of punishment.

Shokad One of the sixty-four angel wardens of the seven celestial halls.

Shomrom, Shunaron According to The Greater Key of Solomon-"a prince over all the angels and Caesars."

Shosoriyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Shriniel An angel guarding the 4th Heaven.

Shtukial One of the sixty-four angel wardens of the seven celestial halls.

Shufiel An angel invoked in Syriac conjuring rites. Grouped with the spellbinding angels.

Shunaron According to The Greater Key of Solomon-"a prince over all the angels and Caesars."

Shushienae - Angel of Purity Shushienae is responsible for assisting us in achieving purity of body and mind by infusing us with her gentle, cleansing energy of love. She calls to the other angels at dawn to direct the flow of prana to nourish people, plants and animals, keeping them vibrant and protected.

Sialul The genius of prosperity. He is also included among the spirits of the 7th hour and may be invoked.

Sidqiel In 3 Enoch, governor of Venus and prince of the order of ofanim (thrones) or shinanim (seraphim).

Sidriel, Pazriel Prince of the 1st Heaven and one of the seven archangels according to Enoch.

Sieme In the cabala, an angel of part of an hour (3:20 p.m.). He is of the order of virtues and his corresponding angel is Asaliah.

Sihail "and God sent 2 angels, Sihail and Anas, and 4 Evangelists to take hold of the 12 fever demons [all female] and beat them with fiery rods." This tale is told in a 12-century manuscript in the British Museum.

Sij-ed-Din "power of mercy" One of the seven archangels in the Yezidic religious lore invoked in prayer.

Sikiel An angel of the sirocco and a guardian at the gates of the West Wind.

Sila An hour angel and an angel of power invoked in cabalistic rites.

Silat, Tilath, Feluth According to the Grimorium Verum an angel invoked in goetic ritual. In Mohammedan lore, she is a female demon.

Silmai, Shelmai In Mandaean lore, one of two guardian angels of the river Jordan; the other is Nidbai.

Simiel, Chamuel, Semibel One of the seven archangels. However at a Church Council in Rome, 745 C.E., he was reprobated as a fallen or evil spirit and not to be venerated. At the Council of Laodicia (343-381? C.E.) to name angels was expressly forbidden (canon 35). Josephus mentions, as among the religious rites of the Essenes, the taking of oaths not to reveal the names of angels.

Simkiel Chief of the angels of destruction appointed to deal with the wicked on earth. [See Za'arfiel] According to 3 Enoch he also has the function of purifying man.

Simulator An angel invoked in the conjuration of the Ink and Colors.

Sinui An amulet angel invoked when a woman is pregnant.

Sipur One of the three seraphim through whom the world is said to have been created.

Sirbiel One of the angelic princes of the Merkabah.

Sirushi, Surush Ashu, Sarush, Sraosha, Ashu The angel of Paradise in ancient Persian lore and also the "master of announcements."

Sisera Genius of desire; one of the genii to be invoked during the 2nd hour.

Sislau genius of poisons and one of the genii of the 4th hour.

Sitael A seraph invoked to overcome adversity. He rules the nobility and is one of the seventy-two angels of the Zodiac. He is one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Sith An angel of an hour (6 to 7 o'clock). His corresponding angel is Nelchael.

Sithacer Corresponding angel for Seheiah.

Sithriel A name by which Metatron is called "when he hides the children of the world under his wings to preserve them from the angels of destruction."

Sittacibor An angel summoned during the exorcism of Wax.

Sittiah An angel summoned during the exorcism of Wax.

Sizajasel In ceremonial magick, an angel governing the sign of Sagittarius.

Sizouze The angel who presided over prayers in ancient Persian mythology.

Skd Huzi [Soqed Hozi]

Sktm One of the fourteen conjuring angels of the Sword. He is also one of the ineffable names of God.

Smat Corresponding angel for Mebahiah, with whom he shares dominion over morals and religion.

Smeliel According to Chaldean Magic the spirit of the sun. His corresponding angel is Nagiel.

Sngotiqtel An angel that ministers to the sons of man.

Sniel One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Sochiel One of the ruling archangels of the earthly triplicities governing the 360 degrees of the Zodiac.

Socodiah, Socohiah An angel of the 1st pentacle of Venus.

Sodiel A ruling prince of the 3rd Heaven according to 3 Enoch.

Sodyah In hechaloth lore he assist Metatron in reciting the Shema.

Sofiel A angel with dominion over garden fruit and vegetables. Angel of Nature Sofiel fosters a love of nature in human hearts.

Sofriel, Sopher, Sopheriel An angelic bookkeeper appointed to maintain the records of the living and the dead. There are two Sofriels: Sofriel Memith and Sofriel Mehayye. They are the bearers of God's name (YHWH).

Sohemne An angel of the Seal.

Sokath Along with Nakhiel, the presiding intelligence of the sun.

Solmis A great celestial luminary cited in the Gnostic Revelations of Zostrian.

Soluzen The name of an angel inscribed (in green) on the pentagon of Solomon.

Somcham One of the many guards at the gates of the West Wind.

Soncas, Soneas An Tuesday angel of the 5th Heaven invoked from the west.

Sonitas An angel residing in the 5th Heaven.

Sopheriel Yhwh Mehayye and Sopheriel Yhwh Memith [Sofriel]

Sophia [Pistis Sophia]

Sophiel Angel of the 4th pentacle of the moon. In the Jewish cabala, he is the intelligence of Jupiter (corresponding angel is Zadykiel).

Soqed Hozi - Angel of Partnership Soqed Hozi is the keeper of divine balances, holding the balance of feeling and truth in our lives through our partners. This angel inspires and energizes intimate relationships and provides insight and courage when tough decisions need to be made about these relationships.

Soqes Hozi, Soqed Chozi, Skd Huzi An angelic prince of the Merkabah and keeper of the divine balances. One of the four angels appointed to the Sword.

Sorush To the ancient Persians, Gabriel, "giver of souls". The Magi believed that, on Judgment Day, two angels, Sorush and Mihr, will stand on a bridge called al Sirat (which is finer than a hair and sharper than the edge of a sword) and examine every person crossing. Mihr representing divine mercy and holding a balance in his hand will weigh the actions of a person's lifetime. If found worthy, they will be permitted to enter Paradise. If found unworthy, they will be handed over to Sorush, representing divine justice, who will cast them into Hell.

Sorsol An angel invoked in ceremonial magick who governs the Zodiac sign of Scorpio.

Sother or Sother As(h)iel "who stirs up the fire of God" A prosecuting angel prince serving the throne of divine judgment. A great hierarch of the Merkabah. He is 7,000 parasangs tall. In the cabala he marries Sophia in a heavenly union. In Gnostic lore he is another name for God. According to 3 Enoch, "Every angel-prince who goes out or enters before the Shekinah, does so only by Sother's permission." He has been equated with the luminary Armogen.

Sothis, Sotis An angel of an hour.

Spendarmoz [Ishpan Darmaz]

Spheres In occultism, the name of a celestial power invoked to combat Mardero, the demon of disease.

Splenditenes In Manicheanism, a "world-supporting angel." He supports the heavens on his back. [See Omophorus] He is described as bearing six faces and mouths "and glittering with light." The Book of Scholia calls him the "ornament of Splendor." He appears in Mithraic monuments and is believed to be the prototype of the Greek Atlas.

Spugliguel An angel who serves as the head of Spring.

Sraosha, Srosh, Sirush, Serosh. Angel of Obedience An archangel in Judeo-Christian tradition, the angel who set the world in motion, and the angel who carries the soul away following death. A Persian angel who set the world in motion. He is one of the Amesha Spentas (the 7th), otherwise one of the Yazatas. In Zoroastrianism he is the angel who bears the soul aloft after death. The red chrysanthemum is his emblem. In Mandaean lore he is the "angel of obedience," the "fiend-smiter," who judges the dead. As Sirushi he is the angel of Paradise and "master of announcements."

Sro Corresponding angel for Nemamiah.

Ssakmakiel Along with Archer, governs the sign of Aquarius.

Ssmialiah One of the fourteen great conjuring angels.

Sstel YHWH One of the eight great angel princes of the Merkabah. In 3 Enoch, he outranks in eminence Metatron, who must dismount whenever he encounters him on the crystal highways. BR> Stimulator An angel invoked in the exorcism of Ink.

Strateia An angelic host, as mentioned in Pesikta Rabbati.

Strempsuchos [Astrompsuchos]

Striel An angelic guard of one of the seven heavenly halls.

Strophaeos A mysterious entity to whom the secrets of Creation were revealed according to the Gnostic Paraphrase of Shem.

Sturbiel An angel of the 4th hour of the day serving under Vachmiel.

Sturi(el) One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Suceratos A Sunday angel serving in the 4th Heaven and invoked from the west.

Sui'el, Raashiel An angel with dominion over earthquakes.

Sumiel Voltaire claims him to be a leader of the fallen angels, however no other source can be found naming him thusly. Voltaire may have meant Sammael or Simapesiel. The name Sumiel is found on a kamea for warding off evil.

Summanus One of the nine Novensiles, the supreme divinities in Etruscan religion.

Sun In the cabala, the sun is a "planet" and an angel of light.

Suna A cherub or seraph summoned in conjuring rituals.

Suphlatus genius of dust.

Suria, Suryah, Suriya In hechaloth lore, one of the throne angels or an angel of the presence. He is also warden of the 1st hall of the 1st Heaven.

Suriel, Sariel, Sauriel, Suriyel, Surya "God's command" Identified with Uriel, Metatron, Ariel, Saraqael. He is a prince of the presence and angel of healing. He is also one of the angels of death. To Enoch he was one of the four great archangels. It is said that Moses received all his knowledge from him (although Zagzagel has also been credited with being the source of Moses' knowledge.) According to the Talmud, he instructed Rabbi Ishmael ben Elisha in the laws of hygiene. His name appears on Gnostic amulets, beside those of Raguel, Peniel, Uriel, and Raphael. The Contra Celsum lists him as one of the seven angels in the Ophitic Hebdomad system of primordial powers. Here, when invoked, he appears as an ox. In the cabala he is one of the seven angels that rule the earth. In The Gnostics and Their Remains, along with Erataoth and Thautabaoth, he is called "a Jewish angel of Magian origin" and as one whose name is found among those of genii with dominion over the fixed stars.

Suriyah, Suriel An angel who revealed the secrets of chiromancy and physiognomy.

Suroth In Paracelsus' doctrine of Talismans, he is a planetary genius of Egypt, replaced by the angel Anael. In The Secret Doctrine in Israel he is the planetary genius of Venus. In hermetics he is head of the order of principalities. "He presides over the harmonies of vegetable nature."

Surtaq In hechaloth lore he assists Metatron in reciting the Shema.

Suruph "strength of God" An angel listed in the Historia Religionis Veterum Persarim.

Surya One of the seven (or twelve) shinning gods of Vedic religion. He is also one of he many names of Metatron.

Suyan [Raphael]

Susabo An angel of voyages and of the 6th hour.

Susniel An angel invoked in Syriac incantation charms. A "spellbinding power" angel.

Sutuel, Suryal In Falasha lore, the angel who transported Baruch to the holy Jerusalem.

Symnay An angel of the order of powers invoked during cabalistic rites. It is not clear if he joined in the rebellion and became a fallen angel or if he remained loyal.

Synesis "understanding" In gnosticism one of the four great luminaries emanated from the Divine Will.

Synoches In Chaldean cosmology one of the three intelligences of the Empyrean.

Syth An hour angel and the corresponding angel of Teiaiel.

Sywaro A ministering angel summoned in cabalistic rites.

T Angels

Ta'aniel An angel summoned in magickal rites.

Tabkiel One of the many names of Metatron.

Tablibik A spirit of fascination and an angel of the 5th hour.

Tabris, Tabbris Angel of Self Determination This perfect one presides over free will, self determination, choice and alternatives. He inspires the ability to see and choose creative alternatives. In the occult, the angel of free will and of the 6th hour.

T'achnu an angel listed in The Book of the Angel Raziel. The name is thought to be "concocted" through the manipulation of the letters of the Hebrew alphabet.

Tadhiel "righteousness of God" One of the angels credited with the prevention of the the sacrifice of Isaac by Abraham.

Tafel X An angel invoked in magickal rites.

Taftefiah One of the many names of Metatron.

Taftian, Taphi In the cabala a wonder working angel serving Alimon.

Tagas A great angel prince who is the conductor of the Song-Uttering Choirs.

Tagtiel, Tagried, Thigra Chief of the angels guarding the 2nd or 7th Heaven, and one of the twenty-eight angels of the mansions of the moon.

Tahariel, Taharial Angel of Purification We appeal to this illumined one when we need to purify or cleanse our spirits or our surroundings of negative energy. An angel of purity and one of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Tahsasiyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Takifiel A Syrian spellbinding angel.

Talia In Mandaean lore one of the ten angels that accompany the sun every day.

Taliahad, Talliud An angel of water and of the 7th pentacle of the sun.

Tamael A Friday angel residing in the 3rd Heaven and invoked from the east.

Tamaii An angel invoked in the conjuration of the Ink and Colors.

Tamarid Chief officer of the 2nd hour of the night serving Farris.

Tamtemiyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Tandal One of the sixty-four angel wardens of the seven celestial halls.

Tadariel An angel mentioned by Voltaire and by Hyde in the Historia Religionis Veterum Persarum.

Tankf'il An Arabic guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism.

Taptharthareth [Tophthsrthareth]

Tar In Mandaean lore one of the ten angels that accompany the sun every day.

Tara An angel with the attribute "Dieu fontaine de Sagesse".

Taranava One of the chief angelic powers of the 3rd chora.

Tarfaniel One of the many angels guarding the gates of the West Wind.

Tarfiel "God nourishes" An angel invoked to cure stupidity and one of the guards of the gates of the East Wind.

Tariel One of the three angels of summer. He is a spellbinding angel invoked in Syrian incantations for the "Binding the Tongue of the Ruler."

Tarniel A Wednesday angel residing in the 3rd Heaven and invoked from the east. He is one of the spirits of Mercury and a guard at the gate of the East Wind.

Tarquam Along with Guabarel, governor of autumn.

Tarshish "pearl" Along with Haniel and Sabriel, one of the eponymous chiefs of the order of virtues (tarshishim) according to The Zohar.

Tartaruchi According to the Vision of Paul, "the angel Tartaruchi is set over punishments."

Tartarchus "keeper of Hell" Chief of the angels set over the torments of Hell. He alternates with Uriel in this office. [See Temeluch]

Tartarus The angel who presides over Hell (or a term used for Hell itself). He is in charge of the nether regions.

Tarwan In Mandaean lore one of the ten angels that accompany the sun every day.

Tashriel A angel guarding the 1st Heaven.

Tata'il An Arabic guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism.

Tatirokos [Tartaruchus]

Tatonon An angel invoked in the benediction of the Salt.

Tatriel One of the many names of Metatron.

Tatrusia One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Tau According to The Greater Key of Solomon a luminary, by the pronouncing of the name "God brought on the Deluge."

Tauriel In Mandaean prayer books, an angel invoked through the fingering of phylacteries. He is known as a "call-spirit" and a governing angel of the Zodiac.

Tavtavel One of the many names of Metatron.

Tazbun An angel who has dominion over one of the months of the year.

Tebliel One of the seven angels with dominion over the earth.

Techial Chief of the angelic guards of the 5th Heaven.

Tehom One of the fifteen throne angels invoked in ritual magick.

Tehoriel One of the many angels guarding the gates of the South Wind.

Teiaiel, Isiaiel A throne angel that can foretell the future and controls maritime expeditions and commercial ventures. His corresponding angel is Syth.

Teiazel, Ieiazel An angel of the order of powers who has dominion over men of letters, artists and librarians. His corresponding angel is Aterchinis.

Telantes An angel invoked in Solomonic Wax rituals.

Teletiel A governing angel of the Zodiac.

Temeluch, Temeluchus, Abtelmoluchos, Tartaruchus, Temleyakos A care-taking angel, protector of children at birth and in infancy. He is also an angel of Gehenna (Hell) and the 'merciless angel, all fire" in charge of torments, to whom souls are delivered at death.

Tempest An angel of the 1st hour of the night serving Gamiel.

Temperance According to cabalistic lore, "an angel with the sign of the sun on his forehead, on his breast the square and triangle of the septenary, pouring from one chalice into another the two essences which compose the elixir of life." See also Time.

Tempha In talismanic magick a planetary genius of Saturn.

Tenaciel A Friday angel of the 3rd hour invoked from the east.

Tendac An angel invoked in the exorcism of the Bat.

Tephros, Tephras An evil spirit who brings on darkness and sets fires to fields. He is a demon of ashes conjured up by Beelzeboul (Beelzebub) at the command of Solomon. But he is not wholly evil, since he cures fevers through the power or aid of Azael. He can be invoked in the names of Bultala, Thallel, and Melchal.

Tepiseuth An angel who is part of an hour.

Terathel, Ierathel An angel of the order of dominations. He "propagates light, civilization and liberty" and his corresponding angel is Hepe.

Teriapel One of the intelligences of Venus.

Terly, Erly, Irix According to the Grimorium Verum, a good-natured and cooperative spirit who will procure the garter of a loved one for the invocant.

Tetra "a great and glorious angel" invoked in ritual magickal prayer for the fulfillment of the invocant's desires.

Tetrasiyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Tezalel, Icabel An angel who keeps watch over material fidelity. His corresponding angel is Theosolk.

Thagrinus In The Nuctemeron one of the genii of confusion and of the 4th hour.

Thammuz The Phoenician equivalent of the Greek Adonis.

Thamy An angel of the order of powers.

Thaphabaoth, Thartharoth, Thautabaoth, Onoel In Ophitic sources, he is listed along with Michael and Gabriel, as an angel (or demon) hostile to man. In Gnostic lore, he is an archontic demon, one of the seven rulers of the lower realms. When invoked he manifests in the form of a bear. Thaphabaoth is the Hebraized form of the Greek Tartarus.

Thaq An angel in Mandaean lore.

Tharsis According to rabbinic sources an angel governing the element of water.

Thaur An angel invoked in Arabic incantations rites.

Thegri, Thuriel "bull-god" The angel with dominion over beasts.

Thelesis, Aisthesis "free will" In Gnostic lore one of the four great aeons emanated from the Divine Will who is sometimes identified with Raguel.

Theliel In occultism, the angel prince of love, invoked in ceremonial magick to procure the woman of the invocant's desire.

Theodonias, Theodomai, Theodoniel A holy name called on in prayer at vesting ceremonies and in Solomonic conjuring rites.

Theoska A ministering angel.

Thiel An angel residing in the 2nd or 3rd Heaven. A ruling prince of Wednesday invoked from the north and one of the intelligences of Venus.

Thomax An angel of the 8th hour of the night serving Narcoriel.

Thopitus According to the cabala an angel invoked in ritual incantation rites. His corresponding angel is Lehahiah.

Thoth In hermetics, the head of the order of archangels. Thoth (or Pi-Hermes) is characterized as the "aeon of the aeons" and identified as the Good Daimon.

Thrgar An angel of one of the months of the year.

Thronus In The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses one of the fifteen throne angels.

Tiel One of the many angels guarding the gates of the North Wind.

Tif(th)eriel, Tiphtheriel A sefira of Tiphereth (Beauty) in the Briatic world of the cabala.

Tijmneik An angel (nomina barbara) of the Seal.

Tikarathin, Thikarathin, Thikarthin Lord of hosts, invoked in ritual magick and a secret name of God.

Tilath, Silat A spirit invoked in ritual prayer by the Master of the Art.

Tileion An angel invoked in the benediction of the Salt.

Tilli A seraph or cherub.

Tilonas An angel invoked in the conjuration of Ink and Colors.

Time An angel, so named in the Tarot card No. 14. He is winged, the sign of the sun on his forehead, the square and triangle of the septenary on his breast. He pours the essence of life from one chalice to another. He is also called Temperance. According to The Zohar, the 'eth in Ecclesiastes 9, 12, which is a term for time, "refers to the ministering angel who presides over each act a man performs."

Tir In ancient Persian lore, the angel of June and governing angel of the 13th day of the month. He was regent of Mercury and has been represented as having the body of a fish, with a boar's head. His one arm is black while the other is white. On his head rests a crown. In Muslim lore, he is the demon of fatal accidents and one of the five sons of the fallen archangel Iblis.

Tiriel An archangel and the intelligence of Mercury with the cabalistic number 260.

Tirtael One of the many angels guarding the gates of the East Wind.

Tishbash One of the many names of Metatron.

Tishgash One of the many names of Metatron.

Titmon One of the many names of Metatron.

Tixmion An angel invoked in the benediction of the Salt.

Tmsmael An evil angel used in conjuring rites for separating a husband from his wife.

Todatamael One of the many angels guarding the gates of the East Wind.

Tomimiel A governing angel of the Zodiac.

Tophiel In hechaloth lore, one of the seven guards of the 1st Heaven.

Tophnar, Tophrag In hechaloth lore, one of the seven guards of the 1st Heaven. He is identified with (or serves) Zevudiel and Kashriel.

Tophtharthareth, Taptharthareth According to Paracelsus a spirit of Mercury.

Torquaret An angel who heads the sign of autumn.

Totraviel In hechaloth lore a seal holder and guard of the 5th Heaven who serves with Zahaftirii.

Totrisi One of the four angels appointed to the Sword.

Tractatu According to Cornelius Agrippa an angel who had a book named after him.

Transin A name written in Heaven in the tongue of angels and invoked to command demons according to The Greater Key of Solomon.

Trgiaob Angel of Wild Birds This radiant angel holds dominion over wild birds, loving and safeguarding them. He inspires us to open our hearts to love and appreciate the beauty and wonder of birds. One of the nomina barbara who has dominion over wild fowl and creeping things.

Trotrosi X An invocation spirit who communicated the divine name to Moses.

Trsiel In Merkabah mysticism, an angel who has dominion over rivers.

Tsadi'ael In hechaloth lore a guard stationed at the 6th heavenly hall.

Tsadkiel, Tzadkiel, Azza Angel of justice. In The Zohar he is 4th of the ten archangels of the Briatic world. In Ozar Midrashim he is called Tzadkiel, or Kaddisha the holy one," and is listed among the angelic guards of the gates of the East Wind. In the cabala he is the intelligence of Jupiter. He is also the protecting angel of Abraham.

Tsaftsefiah, Tsaftsefiel, Tsahtsehiyah, Tsaltselim, Tsaltseliyah Variant names of Metatron.

Tsaphiel In the occult sciences, an angel of the moon.

Tsavniyah, Tsavtsiyah Variant names of Metatron.

Tse'an In hechaloth lore, a guard of the 6th heavenly hall.

Tsedeck The Hebrew name for Jupiter and root source for the angel Tsadkiel or Zadkiel.

Tshndrnis A nomina barbara ruling over one of the months of the year.

Tsirya One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Tsuria One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Tsuriel A variant of Zuriel as the zodiacal angel governing Libra.

Tual In ceremonial magic the angel representing Taurus. In mystic lore, another angel representing Taurus is Asmodel.

Tubatlu One of the eight angels of omnipotence.

Tubiel Head of the sign of summer. He is invoked for the return of small birds to their owners.

Tubuas One of the angels reprobated at the Church Council in Rome in 745 C.E.

Tufiel In hechaloth lore, a guard of the 1st heavenly hall.

Tufriel In hechaloth lore, a guard of the 6th heavenly hall.

TuielAn angel mentioned in The Book of the Angel Raziel.

Tulatu One of the eight angels of omnipotence. May be a variant form of Tubatlu.

Tumoriel An angel of the 11th hour of the night serving under Dardariel.

Turel, Turiel, Turael "rock of God" As Turiel he is a messenger of the spirits of Jupiter and a messenger for the angel Sachiel or Setchiel. As Turel he is one of the 200 fallen angels who followed Semyaza in the descent from Heaven to cohabit with the daughters of men (Genesis 6).

Turlos An angel invoked in the conjuration of the Reed.

Turmiel One of the many guards at the gates of the West Wind.

Tusmas An angel of the 8th hour serving Barginiel.

Tutiel A "mysterious" angel invoked in conjuring rites.

Tutrbebial The last of the sixty-four angel wardens of the seven celestial halls in hechaloth lore.

Tutresiel, Stutrayah "piercing God" A great angelic prince in 3 Enoch.

Tutrusa'I, Tutrachiel, Tuphgar, Tzurtag An angelic guard of the 1st Heaven.

Tutwahel A ministering angel invoked in ritual magick.

Tychagara One of the seven exalted throne angels "which execute the commands of potentates."

Typhon The Hebrew Sephon, meaning 'dark" or "northern"; in Aramaic he is Tuphon, identified by the Greeks with Set, god of darkness. According to Cornelius Agrippa, the Typhon of classic mythology is identified with the cabalistic angel Sammael.

Tzadiqel The archangel who rules Jupiter on Thursday.

Tzakmaqiel, Ssakmakiel An angel governing Aquarius.

Tzaphniel The "holy minister of God" to appeal to when wishing to acquire a magick carpet.

Tzaphq(u)iel, Tzaphkiel "contemplation of God" In The Zohar he is 3rd of the ten holy sefiras. He is the ruler of Saturn on Sunday.

Tzarmiel One of the many guards of the gates of the North Wind.

Tzartak, Tzortaq One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels. As Tzortaq, he is one of the many guards at the gates of the West Wind.

Tzedeqiah An angel of the 1st pentacle of Jupiter.

Tzephon [Zephon]

Tzurel One of the many guards of the gates of the South Wind.

U Angels

Ubaviel An angel with dominion over the sign of Capricorn.

Ublisi In occult lore one of eight angels of Omnipotence invoked in magickal rites.

Ucimiel, Ucirmiel, Ucirmuel A Wednesday angel residing in the 2nd or 3rd Heaven and invoked from the north.

Udrgazyia One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Udriel One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Uini A ministering angel invoked in conjuring rituals.

Umabel In the cabala he is said to have dominion over physics and astronomy. He is also one of the angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae. His corresponding angel is Ptiau.

Umahel One od nine archangels listed in a chart found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Umeroz An angel of the 2nd hour of the night serving under Farris.

Umiel An angel invoked for Syriac spellbinding.

Umikol An angel of the Seal.

Unael, Unhael An angel of the 1st Heaven. He is also an amulet angel used for warding off evil.

Urfiel Chief of the angelic order of Malachim or malakim.

Urian, Uryan A form of Uriel.

Uriel "fire of God" Angel of Creativity An archangel, his name meaning "fire of God."This celestial being kindles artistic fires in the mortal heart. Uriel is the patron angel of literature and music. He also grants the gift of prophecy and therefore inspires our clairvoyant and psychic abilities. He is the chief in the order of Seraphim and the order of Cherubim. Often identified as the angel who "stands at the Gate of Eden with a fiery sword. One of the leading angels in noncanonical lore, and ranked variously as a seraph, a cherub, regent of the sun, flame of God, angel of the presence, presider over Tartarus (Hades), archangel of salvation, and so forth. In II Esdras he acts as a heavenly interpreter of Ezra's visions. In Enoch I, he is the angel who "watches over thunder and terror." In The Book of Adam and Eve he presides over repentance. He "is supposed to be the spirit who stood at the gate of the lost Eden with the fiery sword." states Abbot Anscar Vonier in The Teaching of the Catholic Church. The Book of Adam and Eve designates him as this spirit, i.e., one of the "cherubims" of Genesis 3. He is invoked in some of the ancient litanies. He has been identified as one of the angels who helped bury Adam and Abel in Paradise; as the dark angel who wrestled with Jacob at Peniel; as the destroyer of the hosts of Sennacherib; as the messenger sent by God to Noah to warn him of the impending deluge, all of which have also been credited to another angel at one time or another. He is said to have disclosed the mysteries of the heavenly arcana to Ezra; interpreted prophecies and led Abraham out of Ur. R. H. Charles comments on The Book Of Enoch states that in later Judaism "we find Uriel instead of Phanuel" as one of the four angels of the presence. Uriel is also the angel of September and may be invoked by those born then. The Magus claims that alchemy "which is of divine origin" was brought down to earth by hi, and that Uriel gave the cabal to man (Metatron is also credited with this gift). It is claimed that the name Uriel is derived from the prophet Uriah. In apocryphal and occult works he has been equated with Nuriel, Uryan, Jeremiel, Vretil, Suriel, Puruel, Phanuel, Jehoel, Israfel, and the angel Jacob-Israel. In the Prayer of Joseph quoted in part in The Legends of the Jews, Jacob says: "When I was coming from Mesopotamia of Syria, Uriel, the angel of od, came forth and spoke: `I have come down to earth to make my dwelling among men, and I am called Jacob by name.'" The meaning of the foregoing is bewildering, unless Uriel turned into Jacob after wrestling with him at Peniel; but the incident as related in Genesis 32 suggests a different interpretation. A commentary on Exodus 4:25 speaks of a "benign angel" attaching Moses for neglecting to observe the covenantal rite of circumcision with regard to his son Gershom. This benign angel is identified as Uriel in Midrash Aggada Exodus, and as Gabriel in The Zohar where is states that Gabriel "came down in a flame of fire, having the appearance of a burning serpent," with the express purpose of destroying Moses "because of his sin." In The Legends of the Jews the angel here is neither Uriel nor Gabriel, but two angels, the wicked Hemah and Af. Despite his eminence, Uriel was reprobated at a Church Council in Rome, 745 C.E. Now, however he is Saint Uriel, and his symbol is an open hand holding a flame.

Urion [Orion]

Urim - Angel of Light Also a cherub, his name means "illumination". He is believed to possess the virtue of casting the fate of men.

Uriron An amulet angel invoked against sorcery and sudden death.

Urjan, Uryan [Uriel]

Urpaniel An amulet angel for warding off evil.

Urzla In the cabala an angel of the east summoned during conjuration rituals; he is a "glorious and benevolent angel and is asked to share with the invocant the secret wisdom of the Creator."

Usera An angel serving in the 1st Heaven.

Usiel, Uziel, Uzziel "strength of God" In the cabala, Usiel is an angel that fell, and is therefore evil; he was among those who wedded human wives and begat giants. Of the ten unholy sefiroth he is listed 5th. In The Book of the Angel Raziel Usiel (Uzziel) is among the seven angels before the throne of God and among the nine set over the four winds.

Uslael An angel serving in the 4th Heaven.

Ustael An angel of the 4th Heaven and ruler of Sunday who is invoked from the west. He is also one of the messengers of the Moon.

Uthra In Mandaean lore one of angels that accompany the sun on its daily course.

Uvabriel An angel of the 3rd hour of the night serving Sarquamich.

Uvael A Monday Angel residing in the 1st Heaven and invoked from the north.

Uvayah One of the many names of Metatron.

Uvmiel In hechaloth lore a guard of the 2nd Heaven.

Uwula A ministering angel invoked at an eclipse of the sun or moon.

Uzah, Usiah, Uzza As Ozah or Uzah, one of the names of Metatron.

Uzbazbiel In hechaloth lore an angel guarding the 1st Heaven.

Uziphiel In hechaloth lore a guard of the 1st Heaven.

Uzziel, Usiel, Azareel? "strength of God" Angel of Faith Uzziel means the "strength of God" that manifest the gift of God's essence and the power of faith in our lives. He desires to teach us to ignite the Ascension Attitudes of Love, Surrender and Gratitude. There is a story about Jacob wrestling with the angel Uzziel. Jacob was afraid for his life because Esau, a brutal man, was on his way to kill him. Jacob had a choice; he could find a clever solution as he had done many times before, or he could give up the struggle and surrender to God. All night Jacob fought the angel, symbolizing his spiritual battle, and came out of the struggle with a new name, claiming the power of his faith. One of the principle angels in rabbinic angelology; of the order of cherubim, also of the order of virtues (Malachim), of which he is sometimes ranked as chief. According to The Book of the Angel Raziel he is among the seven angels who stand before the throne of Glory, and among the nine set over the four winds.

V Angels

Vacabiel, Vacatiel Along with Rasamasa, governor of Pisces.

Vachmiel The angel governing the 4th hour of the day who is served by ten chief officers and 100 inferior spirits.

Vadriel The angel ruling the 9th hour of the day. Ten chief officers, including Astroniel, Damiel, and Madriel, and 100 lesser spirits, serve him.

Vahoel One of the seventy-two Zodiac angels.

Vaij One of the angels of the Seal.

Valnum A Monday angel residing in the 1st Heaven and invoked from the north. He is one of the intelligences of Saturn.

Valoel - Angel of Peace This angel presides over peace, filling our minds with tranquility and contentment. He also inspires a sense of cooperation and calmness in conflicts within our hearts. Considered an archangel, he awakens us with a feeling of complete inner peace.

Vametel In The Wisdom of the Kabbalah, he is one of the seventy-two Zodiac angels.

Vamona(h) The "dwarf avatar" in Vedic lore. He is "lord of reason," and 5th of the ten.

Vanand Yezad The only angel allowed by the Magians to preside over all seven Hells.

Vaol an angel of the 1st pentacle of the Moon.

Vaphoron An angel invoked for the benediction of the Salt.

Varcan In The Hierarchy of the Bless‚d Angels, he has dominion over the sun. In The Heptameron, he is referred to as "king of angels of the air ruling on Lord's Day."

Varchiel An angel with dominion over one of the Zodiac signs, variously given as Leo, Pisces, and Corona.

Variel One of the seventy child birth angels.

Varuma Chief of the seven Vedic divinities, analogous to the Judaeo-Christian angels. [See Suryas]

Vasariah In the cabala an angel of the order of dominations. He is one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Vashyash According to The Greater Key of Solomon, "a prince over all the angels and Caesars."

Vasiariah In the cabala an angel with dominion over justice, nobility, magistrates, and lawyers.

Vassago In the grimoires, a "good spirit" invoked to discover a woman's deepest secret. In The Lemegeton he is a prince of the nether realms where he busies himself finding lost possessions and foretelling the future.

Vatale He is described as "a prince over all the angels and Caesars."

Veguaniel An angel ruler of the 3rd hour of the day.

Vehiel An angel of the 1st pentacle of the Moon.

Vehofnehu One of the many names of Metatron.

Vehuel An angel of the order of principalities. He is one of the Zodiac angels and one of the angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.

Vehuiah In the cabala, one of the eight seraphim invoked to fulfill prayers. He governs the first rays of the sun.

Veischax An angel of the Seal.

Vel A Wednesday angel residing in the 3rd Heaven and invoked from the south.

Vel Aquiel An angel ruling Sunday residing in the 4th Heaven that must be invoked from the north.

Velel A Wednesday angel residing in the 2nd or 3rd Heaven and invoked from the north.

Veloas, Velous "a most pure angel of God" invoked in Solomonic black magic rites, specifically the conjuration of the Sword.

Venahel, Venoel A Wednesday angel residing in the 2nd or 3rd Heaven and invoked from the north.

Venibbeth An angel invoked in the conjuration of Invisibility, operating under Almiras, Master of Invisibility.

Verchiel, Zerachiel Angel of the month of July and ruler of Leo. He is also one of the rulers of powers. He is sometimes equated with Nakiel. As Zerachiel he is governor of the sun. Angel of Affection Verchiel presides over the sun sign, Leo, and offers the gifts of nobility and affection. He grants us a generous heart and special protection.

Veruah One of the many names of Metatron.

Vetuel A Monday angel residing in the 1st Heaven and invoked from the south.

Veualiah According to a chart of"L'Arbre de Vie en Iesirah" one of the nine virtues. He presides over prosperity of empires and strengthens the powers of kings. His corresponding invocation angel is Stochene.

Vevalel One of the seventy-two Zodiac angels.

Vevaliah One of the seventy-two angels bearing the mystical name God Shemhamphorae.

Vevaphel An angel of the 3rd pentacle of the Moon.

Veyothiel An angel named in a cabalistic manuscript found in North Italy.

Vhdrziolo One of the four great angels appointed to the Sword. He is one of the nomina barbara.

Vhnori Along with Saritaiel, governor of Sagittarius.

Vianuel, Vianiel A Tuesday angel residing in the 5th Heaven and invoked from the south.

Vionatraba, Vianathraba A Sunday angel of the 4th Heaven invoked from the east. He is also one of the three spirits of the sun.

Vishna In the Bhagavad Gita A mighty angel who, with Brahma and Mahish, sprang into existence from one of the primary properties.

Vishnu According to the Bhagavad Gita, the first avatar to whom was confided the preservation of all that Brahma created. The legend is that Vishnu, by assuming the form of a fish, recovered the Anant-Ved (the source of the four Vedas) from Rakshas, a demon also known as Samak Azur, who had fled with it into the deep waters.

Vngsurh An angel of the summer equinox invoked as an amulet against evil.

Vocasiel, Vocatiel Along with Rasamasa, governing angel of Pisces.

Voel, Voil An angel that governs Virgo.

Vohal An angel of power invoked in conjuration rituals.

Vohamanah - Angel of Optimism This angel encourages and inspires us to think positively and to maintain an optimistic outlook on life

Vohu Manah, Vohu Mano "good thought" Angel of Purity His name meaning "good mind or good thought", he is the principle Zorastrian angel. This angel encourages pure thoughts. One of the six Amesha Spentas in Zoroastrianism. Vohu Manah is the personification of good thought. In the Avesta, Vohu is the 1st of the Amesha Spentas. He receives the faithful soul at death.

Voizia An angel of the 12th hour of the day serving under Beratiel.

Vraniel An angel of the 10th hour of the night serving Jusguarin.

Vretil, Pravuil, Radueriel The archangelic keeper of the treasury of the Sacred Books, said to be "more wise than the other archangels." He is frequently referred to in Enoch II and Ezra lore as "the scribe of the knowledge of the Most High." The idea of a heavenly scribe is originally from the Babylonian Nebu. He is identified with Dabriel, Uriel, Enoch, Radueriel, and Pravuil, and associated with "the man clothed in linen." (Ezekiel 9:2) In Enoch II he dictates, while Enoch writes, "366 books in 30 days and 30 nights."

Vrihaspati, Vachaspati, Brihaspat The guardian of hymns and prayers in Vedic lore; also "instructor of the gods" and "first-born in the highest Heaven of supreme light."

Vulamahi An angel invoked in the exorcism of the Bat.

Vvael A Monday angel residing in the 1st Heaven and invoked from the north.

W Angels

Wallim An angel serving in the 1st Heaven.

Weatta An angel of the Seal.

Wezynna A ministering angel invoked in cabalistic rites.

Wisdom - Angel of Creation Also known as Pistis Sophia. God orders Wisdom, on the sixth day of Creation, to make man of seven substances. Wisdom is the assessor on God's throne, the divine agent by which all things were created.

Wormwood In Revelation 8:11, Wormwood is the name of a star that fell from Heaven at the blast of the 3rd angel. According to A dictionary of the Holy Bible, Wormwood "denotes a mighty prince or power of the air, the instrument of sore judgments on large numbers of the wicked." In St. Paul's view, Wormwood would be the equivalent of Satan, whom Paul refers to as the "prince of the power of the air."

X Angels

Xaphan - Angel of Invention One of the apostate angels, now a demon of the second rank. When Satan and his angels rebelled, Xaphan joined them. Warmly welcomed because of his inventive mind, he suggested to the rebels that they set fire to Heaven; but before the idea could be carried out, Xaphan and his colleagues were hurled to the bottom of the abyss.

Xathanael, Nathanael According to the Jerusalem manuscript of the Gospel of Bartholomew, and according to the testimony of Beliar the devil, he was the 6th angel created by God-an idea that does not sit well with the tota simul doctrine of angels professed by Roman Catholics and others, which holds that all angels were created at one and the same time.

Xexor In occultism a benevolent spirit invoked in conjuring rites.

Xomoy Like Xexor, he is benevolent and invoked during conjuring rites.

Xonor Another benevolent spirit that is also invoked in conjuration rituals.

Y Angels

Yaasriel An angel in Jewish lore who is in charge of the "70 holy pencils." With these pencils he constantly engraves anew on shards the Ineffable Name of God.

Yabbashael One of the seven angels with dominion over the earth. His name id derived from Yabbashah, "the mainland."

Yadiel, Yadael An angel summoned to assist in ceremonial rites. He is also listed among the guards of the gates of the North Wind.

Yael, Yale, Yehel "mountain goat" A throne angel invoked in magickal rites at the close of the Sabbath.

Yahala One of the guards of the gates of the West Wind.

Yahanaq Rabba One of the guards of the gates of the East Wind.

Yahel. Yael One of the throne angels and an angel of the 4th pentacle of the Moon.

Yahoel, Yaho, Jehoel, Jaoel An angel equated with Metatron (Yahoel is the 1st of Metatron's many names). He taught Abraham the Torah and was his guide on earth and in Paradise. As Jehoel, he is a heavenly choirmaster.

Yahrameel In occult lore a great angel. He appears in the Vocabulaire de l'Ang‚lologie as Iofi El, "beauty of God," which would equate him with Yahoel. He is also mentioned in the 17th-century work Cosmology of the Microcosm, by alchemist Robert Fludd.

Yahriel, Yehra, Yarheil, Zachariel From the Hebrew yerah meaning "moon." He has dominion over the moon.

Yahsiyah One of the many names of Metatron.

Yakriel An angel guarding the 7th Heaven.

Yalda Bahut, Ialdabaoth "child of chaos" In the Ophitic (Gnostic) system, he is one of the seven archons; also named Ariel. As the Demiourgos, he occupies a position directly below the "unknown Father."

Yamenton An angel invoked for the benediction of the Salt.

Yaqroun An angel in Mandaean lore.

Yarashiel One of the guards of the gates of the East Wind.

Yaron A cherub or seraph invoked in the benediction of the Salt.

Tashiel An angel of the 1st pentacle of the Moon.

Yazroun An angel in Mandaean lore.

Yebemel One of the seventy-two angels of the Zodiac.

Yechoel One of the seventy-two angels of the Zodiac.

Yedideron The 6th of the personalized angels of the ten holy sefiroth.

Yefe(h)fiah, Jefefiyah, Iofiel, Yofiel, Yefefiah "divine beauty" The angel prince of the Torah. He taught Moses the mystery of the cabala. In Aramaic incantation texts, he figures as one of the 6 (or 7) great archangels. In Mandaean lore he is known as Yfin-Yufafin. He may be identified with Metatron. [See Dina]

Yehadriel [Akathriel]

Yehemiel An angel inscribed on charms to ward off evil.

Yehovah Vehayah One of the many names of Metatron.

Yehudiah, Yehudiam In The Zohar he is one of the chief angelic envoys. He descends with myriads of attending angels for the purpose of bearing aloft the souls of persons about to die or who have just died. He is a beneficent angel of death.

Yehahel An angel of the 1st pentacle of Mercury.

Yeliel One of the guards of the gates of the East Wind.

Yephiel An angel inscribed on charms to ward off evil.

Yeqon [Jeqon]

Yerachmiel One of the seven angels that rule earth.

Yerathel [Terathel]

Yeruel One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Yeruiel The 3rd of the ten holy sefiroth.

Yeshamiel In Jewish lore, an angel who governs Libra.

Yeshayah One of the many names of Metatron.

Yesod, Yesodiel "formation" The 9th of the ten holy sefiroth of the cabala. Moses invoked his name to bring death to the first-born men and animals in Egypt at the time of the plagues.

Yezriel One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Ygal One of the seventy childbirth amulet angels.

Yikon [Jeqon]

Yisrael "prince hood and strength" A variant for Israel.

Yizriel X "prince hood" In The Sword of Moses one of the fourteen invocation angels and an ineffable name for God.

Ylrng One of the nomina barbara mentioned in The Book of the Angel Raziel.

Yofiel, Iofiel, Youfiel, Jofiel, Yefefiah Angel of Divine Beauty Also known as Yefefiah. The angelic prince of the Torah. Yofiel taught Moses the mystery of the cabala. In Aramaic incantation texts, Yofiel is one of the great archangels. The angel preceptor of Shem; prince of the Torah. In The Zohar he is a great angel chief with 53 legions of lesser hierarchies serving him; the latter superintend the reading of the Torah in congregations at the Sabbath. In the cabala he is the spirit of Jupiter when it enters the sign of Pisces and Sagittarius. He is invoked as an amulet angel. "To Yofiel, the king of the mazzikin, Kafzefoni, must submit," Fallen Angels

Yofiel Mittron X An angel listed in The Sword of Moses.

Yofin, Yofafin an angel in Mandaean lore.

Yomael, Yomiel In 3 Enoch an angelic prince of the 7th Heaven. He is also invoke din Syriac conjuring rites.

Yomyael [Jomjael]

Yonel One of the guards of the gates of the North Wind.

Yrouel Angel of fear. He is inscribed on amulets worn during pregnancy.

Yura In Mandaean lore a spirit of light and rain who is called "the great mystic Yura."

Yurkemi, Yorkami, Baradiel Angle of hail. In Jewish legend he offered to extinguish the fire consuming the three men in the fiery furnace, but Gabriel contended that his help would not suffice.

Yus(h)amin In Mandaean lore he is a spirit of fertility dwelling in the wellsprings of light. He is one of the three supreme uthri. [See Samandiriel]

Z Angels

Za'afiel, Za'aphiel "wrath of God" A holy angel with dominion over storm-winds (hurricanes); an angel of destruction appointed to deal with the wicked on earth. He is 5th of the unholy sefiroth. Because of his missions, he is regarded in some sources as a good angel, in others as evil.

Zaamael, Za'amiel An angel with dominion over storms, he is the 6th of the unholy sefiroth. Because of his missions, he is regarded in some sources as a good angel, in others as evil.

Zabdiel An angel with the surname Kunya. He is one of the ineffable names of God.

Zabesael An angel of the seasons associated with Milkiel.

Zabkiel One of the rulers of the order of thrones (Arelim).

Zacharael, Zachariel, Yahriel "remembrance of God" Angel of Surrender Zacharael means "the remembrance of God". He assists in letting go and receiving the will of God. He helps us to recognize that our attachments in our physical lives are temporary. His mission is help us learn not to be owned by material things, but to use them for our highest good. In geonic lore one of the seven archangels; prince of the order of dominations and ruler of the 2nd Heaven. In the cabala he is an angel of the order of powers and is the planet Jupiter. According to Paracelsus he is one of the planetary genii of Egypt (replacing Pi-Zeus) and is the angel of Thursday.

Zacharel An angel of the 7th hour of the night serving Mendrion.

Zachiel, Zadkiel Ruler of the 6th Heaven.

Zachriel An angel with dominion over memory.

Zacrath An angel invoked in the exorcism of the Bat.

Zada A ministering angel used for conjuring.

Zadakiel, Zadkiel A spirit of Jupiter.

Zaday One of the planetary angels.

Zades An angel invoked in the exorcism of Wax.

Zadikiel An angel invoked in Syriac conjuration rites.

Zadkiel, Tzadkiel, Zidwkiel, Adakiel, Zedekiel "righteousness of God" Angel of Prayer Zadkiel is an angel of charity, solace and gentleness. This loving angel radiates comfort to those who are afraid, wounded or grieving. He also kindles a desire for spiritual development in the human heart and is considered an archangel, governing over the order of Thrones and Dominions. He is present in the bible as the angel who prevents Abraham from sacrificing his son Isaac to God. He guards the powers of invocation. In rabbinic writings he is the angel of benevolence, mercy, memory, and chief of the order of dominations (dominions, hashmallim). In Maseket Azilut with its ten hierarchic orders, he is listed as co-chief with Gabriel of the order of shinanim. He is also one of the nine rulers of Heaven and one of the seven archangels that stand in the presence of God. In The Zohar he is represented as one of two chieftains, the other being Zophiel, who assists Michael when the great archangel bears his standard in battle. In the magickal book H”llenzwang of Dr. Faust, he (called "an enthroned angel of the holy Jehovah") is the regent of Metistopheles. According to Jewish Magic and Superstition, he is another form of Sachiel. In A Theological Disourse of Angels is titled ruler of the zodiacal sign of Jupiter-although this angel has been identified as Zachariel, Abadiel, Zobiachel, Barchiel, and others. Also credited to him (as also to Michael, Tadhiel, and others) is the act of staying Abraham's arm when he was about to sacrifice his son Isaac.

Zadykiel, Zadkiel In Chaldean Magic, he is the angel of Jupiter.

Zafiel The angel in control of rain showers according to Jewish legendary lore.

Zafniel In geonic lore the angel with rulership over one of the months.

Zagin A ministering angel listed in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Zagnzaqiel [Zagzagel]

Zagveron An angel invoked in the benediction of Salt.

Zagzagel, Zagzagael, Zagnzaqiel "divine splendor" Angel of Wisdom Zagagel is the angel of the burning bush who appeared to Moses and "led the flock along the side of wilderness". He is the chief guard of the fourth heaven and resides in the seventh heaven, the home of God. He teaches us how to listen and see inwardly. Prince of the Torah and of Wisdom (See also Yefefiah, Iofiel, Metatron). He instructed Moses in the knowledge of the Ineffable Name. He is the angel of the burning bush (See Michael) and chief guard of the 4th Heaven (but he resides in the 7th). A prince of the presence, he is a teacher of angels and speaks seventy languages. He is described as the "angel with the horns of glory." In Midrash Petirat Mosheh, he joined Michael and Gabriel in accompanying God when he descended from Heaven to take the soul of Moses and to assist in burying him.

Zahabriel In hechaloth lore, a guard of the 1st Heaven.

Zahaftirii In hechaloth lore, a prince of the face (presence) and along with Totraviel, a seal holder at the gate of the 5th Heaven.

Zahariel "brightness" A great angel mentioned in The Apocalypse of Abraham. Transcendental Magic cites him as an angel invoked to resist the temptations or the person of the demon Moloch.

Zahari'il In Mandaean lore an angel of generation and childbirth, a kindly spirit of light and also a "beneficent Lilith" which would make her female.

Zahbuk An evil angel supplicated in conjurations for the separation of a husband from his wife.

Zahrun In Mandaean lore, an angel, along with Zuheyr, was sent by Mailka d Anhura, the Giver of Life, to help in baptismal rites.

Zahun An angel of the 1st hour and of scandal.

Zahzahiel, Zagzagel An angel of the order of shinanim.

Zainon An angel invoked in the conjuration of the Reed.

Zakiel An angel invoked, along with Michael, Gabriel, Sarphiel, and others, in Syriac spellbinding charms.

Zakkiel The angel governing storms. He was one of the great hierarchs present when God exalted Enoch and transformed him into Metatron.

Zakun A great angel who with Lahash led 184 myriad angels to steal away Moses' prayer against dying before it could reach God. What his punishment for this deed was is not recorded.

Zakzakiel "merit-God" The prince appointed to record the merits of Israel on the throne of Glory.

Zalbesael, Zehlebhsheel, Zalebsel "heart of God" An angel with dominion over the rainy season.

Zalburis In The Nuctemeron, the genius of therapeutics, and one of the angels of the 8th hour.

Zaliel A Tuesday angel residing in the 5th Heaven and invoked from the south.

Zamarchad An amulet angel for warding off evil.

Zamiyad The Persian Magi assigned to this angel the care of the black-eyed houri or nymphs of Paradise.

Zaniel A Monday angel serving in the 1st Heaven and invoked from the west who governs the sign of Libra.

Zanziel One of the many guards at the gates of the West Wind.

Zaphiel, Zophiel, Iofiel A ruler of the order of cherubim and prince of Saturn. He is the preceptor angel of Noah and listed in La Kabbale Practique as "chief of (the order of) thrones."

Zaphkiel, Zaphchial, Zaphiel, Zophiel "knowledge of God" Chief of the order of thrones and one of the nine angels that rule Heaven; also one of the seven archangels. Along with Iophiel and Orifiel, he is governor of Saturn. He has also been cited by some as the ruler of the order of cherubim (ophanim).

Zaqen One of the many names of Metatron.

Zarall Along with Jael, one of the twin cherubim that occupied the Mercy Seat of the Ark of the Covenant.

Zarazaz, Maskelli In Pistiks Sophis the name of an angel "called by the demons after a strong demon of their own place Maskelli." He is the guard of the veil of the celestial treasure house.

Zaren An avenging angel.

Zarobi In Solomic magick an angel invoked in the conjuration of the Reed.

Zaroteij An angel of the Seal.

Zarzakiel, Zagzagel? The angelic prince "appointed by God to write down the merits of Israel on the throne of Glory." He is identified with Sopheriel the Lifegiver.

Zathael One of the twelve angels of vengeance, the 1st formed at Creation. In some sources the angels of vengeance are equated with the angels of the presence.

Zatriel An angel invoked in Syriac ritual magick as a spellbinding power.

Zauir Aphin or Zauir Aupin Identified with Microprosopus, the "Lesser Countenance" of God, a cabalistic concept.

Zavael, Rashiel An angel with dominion over whirlwinds. Zawar One of the fifteen throne angels summoned in cabalistic conjuring rite.

Zazahiel an angelic guard of the 3rd Heaven.

Zazaii, Zazay In the grimoires a "high holy angel of God" who may be summoned for the exorcism of evil spirits through the application of incense and fumigation.

Zazean An angel invoked in the exorcism of the Bat.

Zazel A great angel invoked in Solomonic magick, especially effective in love conjurations. He is the spirit of Saturn, with the cabalistic number 45. He is also an amulet angel, along with Asiel, effective against sudden death.

Zazreil "strength of God" An angelic prince representing the "divine strength, might and power."

Zeasar Regarded by a Gnostic sect (Naassenes) as "one of the greatest powers of the higher world, and related to [the rulership of] the river Jordan flowing upstream."

Zebul "habitation," "temple" An angel who shares the rule of the 6th Heaven with Sabath-Zebul ruling by night, Sabath by day. However, Zabul is also a designation for the 3rd Heaven and the 4th Heaven.

Zebuleon One of the nine angels who will rule or judge "at the end of the world".

Zebuliel In The Zohar the chief angel of the west in the 1st Heaven, ruling only when the moon appears. He presides over a number of chieftains who stand sentry over the nine doors. It is believed that he accompanies prayers to the 2nd Heaven.

Zeburial In hechaloth lore, one of the guards of one of the halls in the 7th Heaven.

Zechariel "Jehovah remembers" One of the seven regents of the world.

Zechriel One of the seventy child birth amulet angels.

Zedereza, Zedeesia, Zedezias A great luminary "by the pronouncement of whose name God will cause the sun and moon to be darkened."

Zeffar An angel of the 9th hour and the "genius of irrevocable choice."

Zehanpuryu'h "this one sets free" A great angelic prince; advocate general of Heaven and dispenser of divine mercy. With Michael, he is weigher of the inerrable balances. He is one of the crown princes of the Merkabah. In hechaloth lore he is guardian of the 7th hall of the 7th Heaven.

Zeirna An angel of the 5th hour and genius of infirmities.

Zekuniel An alternate for Peli'iel as 2nd of the ten holy sefiroth.

Zelebsel "heart of God" An angel of the rainy season and one of three leaders of the months under rulership of Melkejal.

Zephaniah, Zephemiah, Zephaniel "Jehovah hides" In rabbinic literature, chief of the order of ishim, which is the 2nd hierarchic order in the ten orders of the cabala. This is the name for the witch (diviner) of Endor.

Zephaniel In Maseket Azilut chief of the order of ishim.

Zephon "a looking out" Guardian prince of Paradise; the 6th sefira; one of the cherubim.

Zerachiel, Verchiel, Suriel, Saraqael One of the seven angels "who keep watch," making him a grigori. In Trait‚ l‚mentaire de Science Occulte," he is a presiding angel of the sun. When identified with Verchiel, he is the angel of July and ruler of Leo.

Zerahiayah One of the many names of Metatron.

Zerahyahu One of the many names of Metatron.

Zeroel, Zeruch, Zeruel, Cerviel "arm of God" An angel "set over strength"

Zethar One of the angels of confusion and an "observer of immortality."

Zevanion In the cabala an angel invoked in the conjuration of the Reed.

Zevtiyahu One of the many names of Metatron.

Zevudiel In Hechaloth lore, one of the seven guards of the 1st Heaven.

Zhsmael An evil angel invoked for separating a husband from his wife.

Zianor An angel invoked in the conjuration of Ink and Colors.

Zideon In the cabala an angel invoked in the conjuration of the Reed.

Zi'iel The angel "appointed over commotion."

Zikekiel Preceptor angel for Abraham [See Zadkiel]

Zikiel, Ziqiel Chief angel of comets and sparks (lightning). In medieval Hebrew texts he is in control of meteors.

Ziv Hii In Mandaean lore one of the four angels of the North Star.

Zizuph An angel of the 8th hour and genius of mysteries.

Zkzoromtiel Leader of the angels of ire, one of nomina barbara

Zlar In Clavicula Salomonis one of the "glorious and benevolent angels" who when invoked is solicited to share with the invocant the secret wisdom of the Creator.

Zogenethles In gnosticism an angelic power or aeon.

Zohar "splendor" An angel invoked in the conjuration of the Reed.

Zoharariel JHWH In hechaloth lore, the name of one of the highest angels (perhaps highest), or a secret name of God.

Zoigmiel An angel of the 9th hour of the day serving Vadriel.

Zomen An angel invoked in the exorcism of Wax.

Zoniel One of the three messengers of Saturn.

Zlophas Angel of pentacles and an angel of the 11th hour.

Zophiel or Zaphiel "God's spy" A spirit invoked in the prayer of the Master of the Art in Solomonic conjuration rites. He assists Michael when he bears his standard in battle.

Zoroel An angel who is able to thwart the intentions of Kumeatel, one of the thirty-six demons of disease.

Zorokothera or Zorokothora [Melchizedec]

Zortek One of the guards of the 1st Heaven.

Zotiel, Zutiel, Zutel "little one of God" In Enochian lore, a cherub sometimes identified as Johiel, guardian of Paradise. Zouriel An amulet angel.

Zsneil an evil angel invoked to cure inflammation, dropsy, and other disorders.

Zuhair In Mandaean lore one of the angels that follow the sun on its daily course.

Zuheyr One of the two angels in Mandaean lore whom the Great Life sent down to help man in the performance of baptismal rites.

Zumech "a most holy angel of God" invoked in magickal operations.

Zumoel One of the seventy child birth amulet angels.

Zuphlas An angel of the 11th hour and genius of forests. Angel of Trees This being of light protects and guards forests and trees. He inspires stability, protection, strength and longevity.

Zuriel "my rock is God" Prince of the order of principalities, ruler of Libra and one of the seventy child birth amulet angels; also a curer of stupidity in man. When identified with Uriel, he is the angel of September. "Chief of the house of the father of the families of Metari." Numbers 3:35. Angel of Harmony An angel who holds dominion over the sun sign of Libra, he encourages us to be more harmonious, sociable and appreciative of beauty.







  









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