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

Aariel ("lion of God") - the name of an angel that is inscribed on an Ophitic (Gnostic) amulet along with the god Ialdabaoth.

Aba - an angel of wisdom who aids humans with their sexuality who may be invoked in cabalistic magickal rites. He also administers to Sarabotes who is the Friday ruler of the air.

Ababaloi(y) - an angel invoked during cabalistic rites, especially in Solomonic magick. He is named in the black-magic manual.

Abachta (Abagtha) - One of the rabbinical angels of confusion, the other six being Barbonah (Harbonah), Bigtha, Carcas, Biztha, Mehuman, and Zether. He is also mentioned as being one of the "pressers of the winepress" in Ginzberg's The Legends of the Jews.

Abaddon a.k.a. Apollyon ("Destroyer") - an angel of death & destruction who is often equated with Satan & Samael. However, in the Book of Revelation he is the angel (as Apollyon), or star, of the bottomless abyss who chains Satan there for 1,000 years. It is believed that St. John was the first person to name Abaddon as an angel and, in The Greater Key of Solomon, he is said to be the angel invoked by Moses to send the devastating rains to Egypt. Not only is Abaddon's alignment (demon or angel) uncertain, other sources say that he is, in fact, a place and not an entity at all.

Support for the belief that Abaddon is a being of evil origin can be found in such writings as the Acts of Thomas, that don't conform to church law. There he is presented as a demon. This demon is described as the dark angel of death, a demon of the abyss, and one of the princes of the infernal hierarchy, often seen as Satan himself (as he is labeled in Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress). In The Messiah by Klopstock, Abaddon is again labeled "death's dark angel," a reference to Francis Thompson's poem To the English Martyrs in which he assigns Abaddon a pair of "hooked wings." A Pictorial Anthology of Witchcraft, Magic, and Alchemy calls Abaddon the "Destroying Angel of the Apocalypse and in Barrett's The Magus there is a color picture of him as one of the "evil demons." It is also written that his is the name that the Jewish gave to the Greek God Apollyon. And, as the final argument for him being an evil entity, his name is said to be used in conjuring spells for malicious intent. It is only in the sources mentioned in the first paragraph, that Abaddon is said to be an angel.

Among the sources that consider Abaddon to be a place is The Thanksgiving Hymns, discovered among the Dead Sea Scrolls, where there is mention of "the Sheol (Hell) of Abaddon" and "the torrents of Belial [that] burst into Abaddon." Other authorities, such as the First Century publication The Biblical Antiquities of Philo, also refer to Abaddon as sheol. Milton uses Abaddon as the name of a pit in his book Paradise Regained, and the cabalist Joseph ben Abraham Gikatilla says that Abaddon is the name of the sixth lodge of the seven lodges of Hell (arka) and that it is presided over by the angel Pasiel.

Abadon - according to the Zohar (which is where this spelling is found), Abadon describes the infernal hierarchies and the nether world.

Abadona (the repentant one) - one of the rebellious Seraphim who later repented his sins against the Creator. But according to Christian doctrine, the fallen angels can't repent because once they've sinned against God their essence is totally corrupted by evil.

Abagtha a.k.a. Abachta - an angel of confusion.

Abalam - See Palimom.

Abalidoth - An angel of wisdom who, like Aba, is concerned with human sexuality and is a ministering angel to King Sarabotes.

Abalim a.k.a. Arelim - an order of angels known to the Christians as the Thrones. Their name means "great angels" and they are said to be mighty and strong. The chief intelligences of the Abalim are Zaphkiel and Jophiel.

Aban - The ancient Persian angel of the month of October and ruler of its tenth day.

Abariel - one of the angel regents of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon, who is often invoked during lunar rituals. His name is inscribed in the Second Moon Pentacle of the Greater Key of Solomon.

Abaros - See Armaros.

Abasdarhon - the supreme ruler of the fifth hour of the night.

Abathur Muzania a.k.a. Abyatur - the Mandaean angel (uthra) who rules the North Star and the balance where the souls of the newly dead are weighed. Also see Ashriel and Monker.

Abay - an angel of the Dominations (Dominions), who is invoked in cabalistic rites.

Abbadon - See Abaddon.

Abbadona - a fallen angel formerly of the Seraphim who, prior to his fall, was the chosen companion of Abdiel. According to Klopstock in The Messiah, he is not fully committed to the rebellion and is complaining about his decision to abandon God. Because of this he is often referred to as "the penitent angel." In spite of his repentant cries are unheeded however because, according to Catholic doctrine, once an angel has sinned he must always remain evil, for his mind is no longer capable of thinking of anything else.

Abbaton - one of the names of Death and one of the guardian spirits of the gates of Hell. In the Greater Key of Solomon he is one of God's angels who is invoked during magickal ceremonies to control evoked spirits.

Abdals ("the substitutes") - according to Islam, a group of seventy spirits, forty of which live in Syria, who ensure the continuous existence of the world. Only Allah (god) knows their secret names. They are not immortal, and when one dies God creates another to substitute him.

Abdia ("servant") - One of the angels whose name is inscribed on the outer circle of the Solomon's pentagram. He is also listed in Waite's Lemegeton, a book of black magick, thought this does not necessarily mean that he is evil. Many good and great angels are included in such works. There are also many holy angels residing in Hell, serving God's purpose - just as there are unholy angels living in Heaven (such as the the Grigori).

Abdiel a.k.a. Abadiel ("Servant of God") - In the Jewish cabalistic Book of Raziel from the middle ages, he is an angel of the celestial hierarchies. In Paradise Lost, he is one of the radiant Seraphim (a "flaming seraph") who defeats the rebel angels Ariel, Arioc, and Ramiel. He is also credited with defeating Satan, himself, brining about his fall with a "mighty sword stroke". In The Revolt of the Angels by fiction writer Anatole France, Abdiel appears as an angel named Arcade. In the Bible (I Chronicles), Abdiel is not an angel, but a human who lives in Gilead, a Gedite. This is the undisputed origin of the name.

Abdiziriel (Abdizriel, Abdizuel) - one of the angels of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Abdizriel - See Abdiziriel

Abdizuel - See Abdizriel

Abel ("meadow") - an angelic ruler of the Fourth Heaven, who is always invoked in the east of a magick circle. In Gnosticism, he is one of the twelve powers, engendered by Ialdabaoth, who judge human souls when upon their arrival in Heaven. In The Testament of Abraham 13:11, Abel is the angel the first of the twelve that the soul will encounter after Enoch, the heavenly scribe, retrieves the book containing that soul's record.

Abelech (Helech) - In the Greater Key of Solomon, one of the angels invoked to subdue infernal spirits during black magick rituals.

Abezi-Thibod ("father devoid of counsel") - In early ancient Hebrew texts, Abezi-Thibod is another name for Samael, Mastema, Uzza, and other chief demons. He is one of the infernal princes who rule Egypt, the other is Rahab. As a ruler of Egypt he is said to have fought against Moses by hardening Pharaoh's heart against the Lawgiver and assisting Pharaoh's magicians. When the Red Sea was closed, Abezi-Thibod was drowned along with Pharaoh's warriors, making him a demon of that very body of water. According to The Testament of Solomon, he proclaims "I am a descendent of the archangel," referring to his fatherBeelzelboul (Beelzebub).

Abheiel - one of the angels of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Abiou - An angel similar to Eiael.

Abiressia - In Gnostic texts, one of the twelve Powers engendered by Ialdabaoth.

Abla - one of the four names that God spoke aloud to Moses while he was on Mt. Sinai.

Ablati - In Waite's The Book of Ceremonial Magic, this angel is invoked in rites used to conjure to Uriel. His name is one of the four words God spoke to Moses. The other words were Josta, Agla (one of God's names), and Caila.

Aboezra - An angel of The Book of Ceremonial Magick who is invoked in the blessing of Salt, in the manner set forth by the Grimorium Verum.

Abracadabra ("I bless the dead") - One of three holy names used to conjure the Sword. It is one of the oldest words used in magick, originating from the Hebrew "ha brachah dabarah," which means "speak the blessing." It can be inscribed on parchment and worn around the neck as an amulet to ward off illness and disease. When used as an invocation, the word is chanted, reducing it letter by letter, until all one has is the final "A." Also see Abraxas.

Abrael - See Abru-El.

Abragateh - An angel invoked by the Master of the Art during Solomonic prayer.

Abramus - See Abrimas.

Abrasax - See Abraxas

Abrasiel - according to The Pauline Art, ruler of the seventh hour of the day who is ruled by Barginiel.

Abraxas (Abraxis, Abrasax, etc.) - A godhead whose symbolic task is the uniting of godly & devilish elements who in the Cabala, is the ruling prince of the aeons. To the Gnostics (Abraxis) it was originally used to symbolize the aeons or the cycles of creation and is considered to be God's true name and a supreme unknown. In theEncyclopedia of Religions by Forlong, Basilides, a Gnostic writer, is said to have invented Abraxas. In his writings he claims that Abraxas was the archon-ruler of 365 Heavens, and that he served as a mediator between earth's creatures and the godhead. To the Persians, he is the source of the 365 divine emanations identified with the days of the year.

The word "Abracadabra," which was believed in ancient times to cure fevers and other illnesses, is said to come from this name. In fact, the name Abraxas has often been found engraved on gems that are either used as amulets or for incantations. He can also be found in such books of magic and mysticism as The Sword of Moses and The Book of the Angel Raziel, as well as others. In ancient mythology Abraxas is included among the demons, and said to be a member of the Egyptian pantheon.

Abraxis - See Abraxas

Abrid - one of the six "Memumin," deputy or ministering angels listed in Trachtenberg's Jewish Magic and Superstition. In occult lore, his name is used in amulets against the evil eye and he rules the summer equinox.

Abriel - an angel used in cabalistic rites. He was once a member of the Dominions.

Abrimas - an angel invoked during the closing of the Jewish Sabbath.

Abrinael - See Abrunael.

Abru-El ("power of God") - The Islamic name for the Archangel Gabriel, a.k.a. Jibril.

Abrunael - one of the ruling angels of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Absannis - one of the many names of Metatron.

Abtelmoluchos - See Temeluch.

Abuhaza - one of the angels said to serve Arcon, the ruler of the element Air, Monday.

Abuhozar - one of the ruling angels of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Abuionij - one of the angels of the Second Heaven.

Abuiori (Abuioro) - an angel of either the Second or Third Heaven (depending on the source), and regent of Wednesday, who is invoked in the north of a magick circle.

Abuioro - See Abuiori.

Abuliel - the Jewish angel in charge of transmitting prayers as an assistant to one of the supreme angels of prayer(Akatriel, Metatron, Michael, Raphael, Sandolphon and Sizouse.

Abuzohar - a lunar angel who is an angel of Monday and used in invocations during magick rituals.

Abyatur - See Abathur Muzania

Achaiah ("problem" or "trouble") - one of the eight cabalistic Seraphim in charge of the secrets of nature who is able to grant the gift of patience to humans.

Achamoth - in Gnosticism, one of the daughters of the aeon Pitis Sophia and the mother of the malefic Ialdabaoth, whom he is said to have created along with the other members of the Elohim.

Achartiel - one of two names found on Oriental charms (kameoth) that are used for warding off the evil eye, the other is Achathriel.

Achathriel - one of two names found on Oriental charms (kameoth) that are used for warding off the evil eye, the other is Achartiel.

Achazriel - an angelic usher of the celestial court.

Acheliah - one of the angels of the Venus sphere, his name is inscribed on its first pentacle in the Greater Key of Solomon.

Achides - an angel whose name is inscribed on the third pentacle of Venus in The Greater Key of Solomon.

Achsah - a benevolent spirit invoked by the Master of the Art in Solomonic conjurings.

Achtariel - See Akatriel.

Achusaton - one of the fifteen Thrones.

Aciel - one of seven planetary subrulers (Electors) who serves under Raphael.

Aclahaye - the patron angel of gamblers and a genii of the fourth hour.

Acrabiel - an angel who rules one of the zodiac signs.

Adabiel - another name for Abdiel who is often paired with Zadkiel, the ruler of Jupiter. One of the seven archangels mentioned in The Hierarchy of the Blessed Angels. Another source pairs him with king of Hades, Nergal.

Adabiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Adad - In Assyro-Babylonian mythology he is the god of thunder and "lord of foresight."

Adadiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Adam - "The bright angel" of The Book of Adam and Eve and a "second angel" of Enoch II. The midrash Bereshith Rabba says that at the time of his creation, Adam spanned "the earth to the firmament." Pistorius says that he is the cabalistic sixth sephira, Tephereth ("beauty"), and Mathers that the ten sephiroth, in their totality, make up Adam Kadmon - the archetypal man. Rabbi Meier claimed that Adam's dust was gathered from all parts of the earth. In the Talmud he is said to have been created in the exact image of god and, therefore, completely androgynous. Michael whisked Adam away to Heaven in a fiery chariot, according to the The Apocalypse of Moses. In another story, he was brought up out of Hell by Jesus and taken to Heaven along with the other "saints in chains." And, in yet another legend, Adam was buried by the archangels Uriel, Gabriel, Raphael, and Michael.

Adatiel - a spirit of of elemental Air who is invoked during magick rituals. In Magia he is shown dressed in a "billowing blue mantle," and in Black Raven" he wears a "billowing black-and-white mantle."

Adeo - one of the dominations (dominions) in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses who is invoked during magickal rites.

Adernahael - possibly another name for Adnachiel. He was given a magickal formula, by God, to create an Ethiopian amulet that would cure colic and stomach trouble.

Adhaijijon - an angel of the Seal who, according to The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses is invoked during ritual.

Adhar - one of the many names of Metatron.

Adi - See Adi.

Adiel - an angel of the Seventh Heaven.

Adimus - according to Heywood's The Hierarchy of the Blessed Angels, an angel who was condemned by God to eternal damnation, according to the Church Council in Rome in A.D. 745. The others were Uriel, Raguel, and Simiel, but no explicit reasons were given as to why. Any bishops who invoked these angels, or approved there veneration, were excommunicated from the church.

Adir (Adiri, Adiron, Adi) - one of the many names of God. He is invoked by progressively shortening his name in a conjuring chant. Also see Adiririon.

Adiriron - See Adiririon.

Adirael ("magnificence of God") - a fallen angel and one of Beelzebub's servants. Before his fall he was once an exalted member of the forty-nine spirits.

Adiram - an angel invoked to consecrate the Salt.

Adiri - See Adir.

Adirah (Adiriah) - an angel of the Seventh Heaven.

Adiriel - sometimes paired with Adiririon, he is an angel of the Fifth Heaven.

Adiririon (Adir, Adriron) - sometimes paired with Adiriel and said to a member of the Powers choir. His name is used in amulets to protect against the evil eye. He is also one of the guardians of the First Heaven. He is the angelic chief of "the might of God" and some Jewish authorities say this is one of the secret names of God.$$In the Malache Elyon Adiririon may be equated with Adiriel. In The Book of the Angel Raziel (Sefer Raziel), Adirion, or Adiririon is a "trust healing-God, in whose hands are the Heavenly and earthly households."

Adiron - See Adir.

Adityas - a group of seven Vedic angels who are ruled by Varuna and reflect God's glory. The other six are Mithra, Savitar, Bhaga, Indra, Daksha, and Surya.

Adjuchas - an angel of the rocks and of the eleventh hour.

Admael - one of the seven archangels who rule over the Earth. He mainly lives in the Second Heaven.

Adnachiel a.k.a. Advachiel (or Aduachiel) and possibly Adernahael - a regent of the Seraphim. A special angel governs every month. November's and, therefore, Sagittarians' angel is Adnachiel, the shining one, who is one of two ruling angels of the choir of angels, along with Phaleg. He watches over all of those born in November and keeps them in his loving care. Pray to Adnachiel to receive protection and blessings. He'll bring you and your loved ones many gifts, including independence, honesty and gregariousness. It is also said that God gave him an amulet that cures all stomach ailments.

Adnai ("pleasure") - in the Greater Key of Solomon, one of the angels of the Venus sphere, who is invoked during rituals of love.

Adnarel ("my lord is God") - one of the angelic rulers of the seasons, usually winter, according to Enoch.

Adoil ("Hand of God") - one of the creatures God uses to create the universe, according to the Book of Enoch. He was a divine creature of light, a primordial essence, whom God summoned out of the invisible depths and commanded to burst apart. From Adoil came all visible things in the world.

Adonael - a great angel invoked to exorcise the demons of illness, Bobel and Metathiax, in The Testament of Solomon, where he is also one of the seven archangels.

Adonaeth - the angel invoked to exorcise the demon of paralysis, Ichthion.

Adonai a.k.a. Adonay("the Lord" or "God") - the name of God used by the devout Jewish in place of the most holy name YHVH (Yud-Heh-Vahv-Heh), a.k.a. Yehovah or Jehovah, which is never to be pronounced. "When I have mercy on the world, I am Adonai" is a quote from the Old Testament. Among the Phoenicians, Adonai was one of the seven angels of the Divine Presence responsible for the creation of the universe. In Solomonic magic he is invoked to conjure Wax and to exorcise fire. In Ophitic Gnosticism he is one of the seven Elohim created by Ialdabaoth "in his own image."

Adonaios (Adonaiu, Adoneus) - in Gnosticism, one of the seven Archons of the Hebdomad, rulers of the seven Heavens and one of the twelve powers engendered by Ialdabaoth.

Adonaiu - See Adonaios.

Adonay - See Adonai.

Adoneus - See Adonaios.

Adoniel - in the Greater Key of Solomon, one of the angels of Jupiter who is used in magick rituals and a regent of midnight who serves under Sarindiel.

Adossia - a fictional supervising archangel in Gurdjieff's cosmic myth, All and Everything, Beelzebub's Tales to his Grandson.

Adoth - either a Cherub or Seraph using in the conjuring rituals of The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Adoyahel - in the Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses, he is one of the fifteen ruling princes of the Thrones.

Adrael (God is my help) - an angel of the First Heaven, not to be confused with Adriel.

Adrai - a Solomonic angel invoked to conjure Ink and Colors.

Adramelech a.k.a. Adrammelech(k) ("King of Fire") - one of the fallen angels, formerly of the Thrones - one of two usually associated with Asmadai. During black magick rituals he either manifests in the physical form of a mule with peacock feathers or a horse. In A Dictionary of the Bible he is depicted with a beard, wings, and a lion's body. Among infernal hierarchies, he ranks eighth among the ten archdemons and is a great minister and chancellor of the Order of the Great Cross, or the Order of the Fly, established by Beelzebub. In II Kings 17:31 he is a god of the Sepharvite colony in Samaria to who was propitiated with sacrificial children. He has been compared to both Anu of Babylonia and the Ammonite Moloch. According to Milton's Paradise Lost Adramelech's name is derived from Assyrian mythology, and he is a fallen angel who is defeated in combat by Uriel and Raphael. In The Messiah by Klopstock he is God's enemy, "greater in malice, guile, ambition, and mischief than Satan, a fiend more curst, a deeper hypocrite."

Adremmelech - See Adramelech.

Adrameleck - See Adremelech.

Adrapan - an angel chief of the ninth hour of the night who serves under Nacoriel.

Adriel ("my help is God") - a ruling angel of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon and an angel of Death and the Final Judgment (In The Hierarchy of the Blessed it is written that he will "in the last days slay all souls then living"). He is also one of the angelic guards of the South and East Winds.

Adrigon - one of the many names of Metatron.

Aduachiel - See Adnachiel.

Advachiel - See Adnachiel.

Aebel - an angel who, along with Shetel and Anush, fed Adam and Eve, by God's orders. According to the Yalkut Reubeni and The Book of Adam and Eve they "roasted meat" and mixed wine for them.

Aeglun - a genius of lightning and of the eleventh hour.

Aehaiah - one of the seventy-two shemhamphorae.

Aeshma - one of the Amesha Spentas, the seven archangels and the origin of Asmodeus. The name comes from the Zend Aeshmo daeva (the demon Aeshma).

Af (anger) - an angel of the Seventh Heaven who is made from chains of black and red fire. An angel of destruction, prince of wrath, who rules over the death of humans and is said to be 500 parsangs tall. There is a story that tells of Af swallowing Moses up to his "circumcised membrum." He then had to spit him back out when Moses' wife, Zipporah, circumcised her son Gershom, because this appeased God's wrath against the Lawgiver who had, apparently, forgotten to perform the covenantal rite.

Afafiel - a guardian of the halls of the Seventh Heaven.

Afarof - See Afriel.

Af Bri - an angel who tends to the people of Israel and who controls the rain.

Affafniel - in The Book of the Angel Raziel he is one of the angels of God's divine anger (a wrathful angel). He has sixteen faces, four on each side of his head, that are perpetually changing.

Afkiel - a guardian of the halls of the Fifth Heaven.

Afriel (Afarof) - An angel considered to be protective of children and young animals. He does this by thwarting the designs of the female demon Obizuth who would see them destroyed. He is also an angel of force (power?) who may be Raphael in disguise.

Afsi-Khof - an angelic governor of the month of Av (July to August) in Schwab's Vocabulaire de l'Angelologie.

Aftemelouchos - according to a story in the Falasha Anthology, he is an angel of torment who carries a fork of fire on the river of fire that runs through Heaven.

Aftiel - in Jewish lore he is an angel of nightfall (sunset or twilight).

Agad - an angel of the Powers.

Agaf - a Jewish angel of destruction who is used in ceremonial rites at the close of the Sabbath.

Agalmaturod - in The Greater Key of Solomon he is "a most holy angel of God" who is invoked during magickal rites.

Agares (Agreas) - A fallen angel and Great Duke of Hell who rules thirty-one legions of evil spirits. Agares fell from the choir of Virtues. When invoked in rites of black magick, he appears as an old man astride a crocodile and carrying a goshawk. His talents are the power to teach languages and cause earthquakes. Legend has it that he is one of the seventy-two spirits that Solomon sealed in a brass vessel and either threw into a deep lake or banished to "lower Egypt."

Agason - an angelic spirit conjured during the Solomonic rites as "thy Most Holy Name Agason."

Agathodaemon - he is the "seven-voweled serpent (Seraph) of gnosticism, the Christ." He is patterned after the Egyptian benevolent spirit Agathodaimon, as opposed to Kakadaimon, the malevolent one. He is also considered to be a guardian angel or genius and is comparable to Hermes, "the bringer of good, the angel standing by the side of Tyche."

Agbas - a guardian of the Fourth Heaven.

Agiel - in talismanic magick he is one of the angels inscribed on the first pentacle of Mercury. However, Parecelsus, in his doctrine of Talismans, along with other magicians of the Middle Ages, identified him as a ruling angel of Saturn, along with Zazel.

Agkadiel - A guardian of the halls of the Seventh Heaven.

Agla - Agla is comprised of the first letters of the Hebrew saying, "atha gadol leolam Adonai" ("Thou art forever mighty, O Lord"). His is the name of God that Joseph used when set free from his brothers and invoked in the north of a magick circle. He is a cabalistic angel of the Seal invoked when conjuring the Reed and a spirit invoked during Monday conjurations of Lucifer. During an exorcism his name is a word of power used by lot to summon his aid.

Agmatia - an angel who appears in Scholem, Jewish Gnosticism, Merkabah Mysticism, and Talmudic Tradition, but where he came from is unknown.

Agniel - a fallen angel, said to be associated with the fourth sphere of the Qliphoth, the negative aspect of the Tree of life.

Agrat bat Mehlat - An angel of prostitution and one of Samael's three wives along with Lilith and Naamah.

Agreas - See Agares.

Agromiel - a guardian of the Fifth or Sixth Heaven.

Aha - an angel of the Dominions who is invoked during cabalistic rites as a spirit of fire.

Ahabiel - an angel invoked when creating love charms, according to the Aramaic Incantation Texts from Nippur by Montgomery.

Ahadiel - an angelic law enforcer.

Ahadiss - a ruling angel of the month of Heschwan (October to November).

Ahaha - an angel of the Seal used in conjuring rites.

Ahaij - an angel of the sphere of Mercury who is invoked during ritual magick.

Ahamniel - a chief angel-prince that God appointed to the Sword.

Ahaniel - one of the childbirth amulet angels.

Ahariel - an assistant to Gabriel and ruler of Monday.

Aharman - See Ahriman.

Ahassior - angelic ruler of the month of Tebet (December to January).

Ahaviel - the name of an angel inscribed upon an oriental Hebrew charm (Kamea) used protect one from evil.

Ahiah (Hiyyah) - a son of the fallen angel Semyaza.

Ahiel ("brother of God") - an assistant to Qaphsiel (Kafsiel), a regent of Saturday, who is invoked when a woman is in labor. One of the childbirth amulet angels.

Ahriman (Ariman, Aharman, Dahak, Angro-Mainyus, etc.) - the Persian's prince of evil, equivalent of the Judeo-Christian's Satan, who they fear as the destroyer of the world. Zoroaster was tempted by the archfiend, but able to resist, says that it was Ahriman who brought death to the world by destroying the prototype of man and beasts. It wasn't until Sassanid times that Ahriman became completely evil. There was a time when the Magi propitiated him with sacrifices. He is partnered with, and just as supremely powerful as Ahura Mazda, but he will be defeated in the end by the great Persian "omniscient lord of heaven and earth."

Ahuras - See Asuras.

Ahzariel - an angel's name inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) used to ward off evil.

Aiavel - one of the seventy-two zodiac angels.

Aiediat - an angel of the planet Mercury.

Aiel - the angelic ruler of Sunday and regent of Aries. He is said to be an angel of the Air element who lives in the Fourth Heaven and must be summoned in the north of a magick circle. He is also one of the "fiery triplicities."

Ailoaios - the Gnostic ruler of the second gate that leads to the aeon of the archons."

Ain Soph - See En Sof.

Aishim a.k.a. Ishim ("the flames") - the heavenly beings who comprise the Choir of the Angels in the Cabala. Their name means "sparks" or "heavenly fire."

Aisthesis a.k.a. Thelesis ("free will") - a Gnostic angel of wisdom created from the divine will.

Akae ("oath") - in Logos Ebraikos and the Book of Enoch by M. Gaster, Akae symbolizes the "ineffable name of God, the knowledge of which gives man the power of acting almost like one of the superior beings." (See Kasbeel) It is Kasbeel, "chief of oaths" who "places this oath Akae in the hand of Michael." It is with the power and secrets that this oath contains that "the sea was created and the earth founded upon the water."

Akathriel - See Akatriel Yah Yehod Sebaoth.

Akatriel - See Akat(h)riel Yah Yehod Sebaoth.

Akathriel Yah Yehod Sebaoth (Achtariel, Aktriel, Ketheriel, Yehadriel) - a supreme Prince Regent of the Seventh Heaven, superior to the other angels, and often paired with the Angel of the Lord and God himself. Elisha ben Abuya, one of four sages who visited Heaven while still alive, said: "When I ascended into Paradise, I beheld Akatriel YHVH, Lord of Hosts, at the entrance, and 120 myriads of ministering angels surrounded him." In the Cabala he is the name of the godhead that appears on the God's Throne of Glory. Occasionally. according to an eighth century apocalyptic text, Metatron appears in Akatriel's place.

Aker - one of the nine regents of the Final Judgment.

Akram(m)achamarei - according to the Coptic Pistis Sophia, he is first among three "standing high in the gnostic hierarchy of deities; master of the heavenly firmaments," and is called upon in magick, as seen in a "curse" tablet reproduced by Bonner in Studies in Magical Amulets. He is depicted to be a sun god which "could be interpreted as a representation of the angel Ariel," says Scholem in Jewish Gnosticism, Merkabah Mysticism, and Talmudic Tradition.

Akrasiel - See Raguel.

Akhraziel ("herald of God") - His name could be another form of Raziel or Galizur. He is the angel of the last portal in the Seventh Heaven and a Herald of the Lord. He is also the angel of proclamation and the one who revealed the divine mysteries to Adam. When Moses' death was decided and he was pleading for a longer life, God told Akraziel to announce to all on high that Moses' prayer was not to reach Heaven.

Akriel - an angel of barrenness. he also inspires intellectual achievement and is prayed to by those who want to improve their memory and knowledge. He is also invoked when reciting Deuteronomy.

Akteriel (Akathriel) - a great angel who was called forth by Sandolphon to show him how Samael and his hosts could be defeated. Nothing worthwhile ever came of it, in spite of Akteriel having had the benefit of Metatron's advice and companionship. Overcoming the prince of evil proved to be more than angels could handle, regardless of how powerful they are.

Aktriel - See Akatriel.

Akzariel - an angel's name inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) used for protecting one from evil.

Al Moakkibat - See Moakkibat.

Al Ussa - a female angel of pagan Arab mythology whose idol was destroyed at Mohammed's command.

Al-Zabamiya - in the Koran the name for the nineteen angels who guard the gates of Hell. Click here for Demons and Fallen Angels.

Alaciel - a fictional angel. See Nectaire.

Alad - a title for Nergal, lord of the dead.

Aladiah - one of the seventy-two angels of the Shemhamphorae.

Alaliyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Alamaqanael - one of the many angels who guard the gates of the West Wind.

Alat - a guardian of the halls of the in the Seventh Heaven.

Alazaion - his name means "a most holy angel of God" and he is used in magickal rites, especially in those conducted for conjuring the Reed.

Albim - an angel who guards the gates of the North Wind.

Albrot - one of the three holy names of God invoked for conjuring the Sword.

Alcin - one of the many angels who guards the gates of the West Wind.

Alfatha - a ruling angel of the north. For others see Gabriel and Charioum.

Alimiel - an angel of the first altitude and a guardian of the halls of the in the First Heaven. He is also called Dumahel (or Dunahel) and said to be one of the seven angels who guard the curtain that hangs in front of God's Throne. He is often equated with Dumahel.

Alimon - according to The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses he is a great angelic prince used in Mosaic invocation rites to protect one from gunshot wounds and sharp objects. His assistants are Reivtip and Tafthi.

Almiras - he is considered to be the "master and chief of invisibility" in ceremonial magick. In order of an adept to contact him, however, he must possess the magick ring of Gyges.

Almon - a guardian of the halls in the Fourth Heaven.

Alphariza - an angel who resides in the Second Heaven and an intelligence of the second altitude.

Alphun - the angel of doves and a ruler of the eighth hour of the day.

Alpiel - either an angel or demon of Hebrew mysticism who rules over fruit trees.

Altarib - an angel summoned during magickal rites who rules over winter.

Amabael - one of the three angels of winter, the others are Altarib and Adnarel.

Amabiel - a regent of human sexuality and of the planet Mars. He also rules the air on Tuesdays.

Amalek - in the Cabala he is Samael's twin brother, or more specifically, "the evil serpent, twin soul of the poison god."

Amaliel - an angel of punishment and human weakness.

Amamael - a guardian of the halls of the Third Heaven.

Amarlaii (Amarlia) - an angel invoked to cure skin diseases.

Amarlia (Amarlaii) - according to The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses he is an angel from Sodom who heals painful boils.

Amaros - See Armaros.

Amarzyon - one of the fifteen angels who stand in front of God's Throne.

Amatiel - one of the four angels of spring. Click here for more angels of the seasons.

Amatliel - an angel who guards the Third Heaven.

Amator - a cabalistic "holy, angelic name" used in conjurations after one has been properly initiated.

Amazarec - See Amezyarak.

Amazaroc - See Amezyarak.

Ambriel - a regent of the Thrones and a ruling angel of the month of May. He is chief officer of midnight and a ruler of Gemini. He can be appealed to as an angel of communication and protection and his name has been found on an oriental Hebrew charm (kamea) used to ward off evil. Cabalistically he is used for conjuring under the seventh seal for the planet Mars.

Amera(r)tat (Ameretat) - the Zoroastrian angel of immortality. He is one of six or seven archangels (Amesha Spentas) of early Persian lore. Some scholars believe that the Mohammed Marut (a fallen angel in the Koran) is derived from the Persian Ameratat. See Zoroastrian Amesha Spentas for the complete list and their individual purposes.

Ameratat - See Amerartat.

Ameretat - See Amerartat.

Amertati - an angel of death in Arabic lore who is also called Mordad.

Amesha Spentas - Zoroastrian archangels, whose name signifies sacred or immortal beings. They, along with the Amshaspands, stand before God's throne and execute his orders. These Persian entities are sometimes identified with the Sephiroth of the Tree of Life and have dominion over the planets. Their highest occult significance is as the Svarah, a group of beings that are of pure thought and incapable of being perceived by the senses. Their opposites are the daevas.

Amezyarak (Amazarec, Semyaza) - a fallen angel. In the Book of Enoch he is one of the angels who descended from Heaven to unite with the "daughters of men." He is also responsible for instructing humans in the arts of conjuring and root cutting. It is in R.H. Charles' version of Enoch I that he is called Amezyarak, it is to the Greeks that he is "Semiazas". Eliphas Levi, in The History of Magic says that they are two different beings.

Amhiel - his name is found inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) for warding off evil.

Amicar - another name for God, a most holy spirit invoked during prayer at Vesting.

Amides - an angel invoked during Vesting.

Amilfaton - a guardian of the halls of the Seventh Heaven.

Amisiel - an angel of the fifth hour under Sazquiel's rule.

Amisiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Amisor - a great angel invoked during Solomonic rites of fumigation.

Amitiel - an angel of truth called upon for use as an amulet. Other angels of truth include Michael, Gabriel, and Amitiel. In rabbinic writings, when God proposed creating of man, it was the angels of truth and peace, along with others, who opposed the idea. As punishment for their opposition, the angels of peace and truth were burned.

Amiziras - See Amezyarak.

Ammiel ("people of God") - an angel ruled by Vachmiel that, in turn, rules the fourth hour of the day. He also serves under Mendrion as an angel of the seventh hour of the night.

Amnixiel - a regent of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon. He is also a fallen angel who may be one of the seven Electors of Hell, among whom he is listed as an extra.

Amnodiel - a regent of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon who is one of the seven Electors of Hell.

Amoias - one of the mysterious Gnostic beings to whom the secrets of Creation were revealed.

Ampharool - Solomon calls him "king of the genii of flying." He rules over teleportation and will come to an invocant when summoned by name.

Amra'il - in Islam he is an angel invoked during exorcisms.

Amriel - See Ambriel.

Amshaspands - see Amesha Spentas.

Amtiel - a guardian of the halls of the Seventh or Third Heaven.

Amudiel - a fallen angel listed as an extra among the seven Electors of Hell.

Amuhael X - an angel summoned during conjurations.

Amwak'il - see Amra'il.

Amy - a fallen angel who once belonged to the both the choir of Angels and the choir of Powers, he is now a great president in the underworld. He teaches the secrets of astrology and liberal arts. He once confided to Solomon that he hopes to return to the Seventh Heaven in 1,200 years.

An angel of success, commerce and prosperity who protects those who own or want to start their own business.

Anaael - an angel of the planet Venus.

Anabiel - the cabalistic angel invoked to cure stupidity.

Anabona - the angel through whom, according to the Greater Key of Solomon, "God formed man and the whole universe." The name that Moses heard while receiving the Ten Commandments on Mt. Sinai.

Anachiel - one of four angels invoked in the rites of Saturn. His name is inscribed upon the third pentacle of Saturn. He is in charge of love, passion and romance.

Anael a.k.a. Aniyel, Haniel, Hamiel, Aniel, Anafiel, and Ariel - this is the angel of the sphere of Venus and, therefore, love and human sexuality. He is also one of the seven Archangels of Creation, Prince Regent of the Principalities, Prince of the Archangels and a regent of the Second Heaven, where he receives the prayers that come from the First Heaven. He also rules over the kingdoms and kings of Earth, is a regent of the moon and holds dominion over the element of Air. In addition to all of that he is in charge of all of the Friday angels. Pray to Anael for a soul mate or to heal a romantic relationship. His name may also be a variation of Aufiel.

Anafiel ("Branch of God") a.k.a. Anaphiel and Anpiel - the angelic prince of Water, guardian of the keys to the pearly gates and the heavenly halls, chief seal bearer, and chief of the eight great angels of the Merkabah or Divine Chariot. It was he who God commanded to punish Metatron with sixty lashes of fire.

Anahel - a prince of the Third Heaven and one who serves in the Fourth. He is also one of many guards of the West Wind.

Anahita (Anaitis) - an immaculate female angel who keeps the earth fruitful and fertile. She's especially protective of those who are caretakers of nature and is of the highest rank in Zoroastrianism.

Anai - a name written "in the characters (letters) of Malachim" (angels) in Heaven and used in powerful conjurations for commanding demons.

Anaireton (Amereton) - in ceremonial magick he is one of the "high holy angels" invoked for the purification of the ritual Salt and to conjure Ink and Colors.

Anaitis - See Anahita.

Anak - the singular form of Anakim.

Anakim (-enim? "giants") - the giants born of the union between the fallen angels and human women. They were said to be so tall that their necks reached the sun. In Genesis they are known as the Nefillim.

Anamelech - See Adramelech.

Ananchel a.k.a. Ananehel ("grace of God") - an angel sent by God to make the Persian king Ahauerus find Esther favorable in his sight.

Anane - a fallen angel.

Ananehel - See Ananchel.

Ananel (Anani, Hananel, Khananel) - an angel who is considered to be both good and evil. As a a fallen angel, formerly of the Archangels, he is said to have descended upon Mt. Hermon and brought sin to mankind by teaching them the forbidden arts.

Anani - See Ananel.

Ananiel - one of the many angels who guard the South Wind.

Anapheneton - See Anepaton.

Anaphaxeton (Anaphazeton, Arpheton, Hipeton, Oneipheton) - a holy angel of the Lord invoked in magickal rites for the blessing of the Water. His is the name that when pronounced on Judgment Day will cause the angels to summon the entire universe to face the bar of justice.

Anaphiel - See Anafiel.

Anapiel YHVH - a great prince of the Divine Presence, whose majesty and glory extends throughout Araboth, the Seventh Heaven. He is often paired with Anafiel.

Anapion - an angel who, under Mendrion, is a regent of the seventh hour of the night.

Anas - one of two angels that God sent, along with four Evangelists, to stop the twelve female fever- demons and beat them with fiery rods, the other was Sihail. M. Gaster of Studies and Texts in Folklore II, believes that Sihail is just another name for Mihail (Michael) and that Anas is form of Mary's mother St. Anne, here turned into an angel.

Anataniel A - in The Sword of Moses by M. Gaster, he is one of the angel princes of the hosts of X.

Anauel - an angel of success, commerce and prosperity who protects those who own or want to start their own business and the guardian of bankers, merchants, and commission brokers.

Anayz - an angel of Monday who lives in the First Heaven. He is to be invoked in the south of a magick circle.

Anazachia - one of four angel's names inscrbed in Hebrew on the third pentacle of Saturn. The other three names are Omeliei, Anachiel, and Aranchia.

Anazimur - one of the seven angels of the Thrones who lives in the First Heaven. The angels of the First Heaven "execute the commands of the potentates."

Ancor - an angel used in the conjuring the Reed and a name of God used in the prayers at Vestment.

Andas - an assistant to Varcan, a king who rules the angels of air on Sunday.

Aneb - an angel ruler of an hour with the attribute "Dieu Clement."

Anepaton (Anapheneton) - "a high, holy angel of God" that is used in invocations, and the name that Aaron uses to conjure up God.

Anereton (Anaireton) - "a high, holy angel of God" that is used in Solomonic invocations.

Anfial - one of the sixty-four guardians of the seven Heavens.

Anfiel a.k.a. Anafiel ("branch of God") - a guardian of the Fourth Heaven, whose crown is said to be so magnificent that it extends over the celestial realms. In Heaven he is in charge of the porters and seal-bearers of the seven Heavens.

Angerecton (Angrecton) - a great angel who is called upon in the invocation at fumigation. He also appears in The Book of Ceremonial Magic by Waite.

Angrecton - See Angerecton.

Angromainyus - from the beginning, in Persian lore, he was Ahura Mazda's (God's) adversary. In the Zend-Avesta he assumes the from of a snake and, filled with death, leaves Heaven. He then attempts to decieve Zoroaster (Zarathustra) and cause him to join his rebellion. His attempts fail and Zoroaster is victorious.

Aniel (Haniel) - one of the many angels who guard the gates of the West Wind.

Anihi'el - one of the angel princes appointed by God to the Sword of Moses.

Animastic (the Animated) - Moses' guardian or ruling angel. He is also considered to be a ruling angel of the order identified as "the soul of the Messiah, Merattron, soul of the world." To the Hebrews this is an order of angels (the issim) that consists of nobles, lords and princes.

Animated, The (Animastic) - See Animastic.

Aniquel (Anituel) - one of the seven great princes of the spirits (a fallen angel)who manifests as a serpent of paradise. He serves Aniquelis (or Antiquelis). Aniquel, also spelled Aniquiel, is also a grand duke of Hell.

Aniquiel - See Aniquel.

Anitor - a "high holy angel of God" invoked after one has been properly initiated.

Anituel - See Aniquel.

Anixiel - one of the ruling angels of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Aniyel - See Anafiel.

Anmael (Chnum) - a leader among the fallen angels who, like Semyaza, makes a deal with the human female Istahar to learn the Explicit Name (of God).

Annael - See Aniel and Anael.

Annauel - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Anoster - as one of the thirty-six decani he is a demon who causes bladder problems.

Anointed Cherub - the name of the Prince of Tyre in Ezekiel 28:14.

Anpiel - the guardian angel of birds who lives in the Sixth Heaven where he presides over seventy gates. He also sanctifies the prayers of humans with his seventy crowns before sending them up to the Seventh Heaven for additional sanctification. In the Cabala, he is known as a protector of birds.

Anshe Shem ("men of name") - the name given to the fallen angels when invoking them, although it should really only apply to only two angels: Azza and Azzael.

Ansiel ("the constrainer") - an angel invoked during magickal rites.

Antichrist - often identified with the fallen angel Beliar or Belier. Also a name used for Nero.

Antiel - the name of an angel inscribed on an oriental charm (kamea) used to ward off evil.

Antiquelis - See Antiquel.

Anunna - angels who are almost always terrestrial spirits" of Akkadian theology.

Anush - one of three angels who served Adam by divine command. See Aebel.

Apar or Aparsiel - an angel who serves the ruler of the fifth day (Thursday), Sadqiel.

Apharoph (Apholph, Afarof) - identified with Raphael, it is said that this is the only true name of God.

Aphiriza - See Alphariza.

Aphredon - the Gnostic great celestial being living in the Pleroma with his twelve Just Ones and a ruler of the Indivisible.

Aphut - - See Menadel.

Appollyon a.k.a. Appolyon, Appollion ("destroyer") - the Greek name of Abaddon.

Apparitions - one of three primary hierarchies that are again subdivided into three secondary hierarchies. See Acclamations and Voices.

Apragsin(h) (Assi Asisih) - one of the divine messengers that God appointed to the Sword of Moses.

Apsinthus - See Wormwood.

Apsu - the hermaphroditic Babylonian angel of the abyss, father to the Gods, wife of Tamat, and mother of Ea who is Apsu's cause of death.

Apudiel - one of the seven Electors, underworld planetary rulers. He and Camael are in charge of the demon Ganael.

Aqrab - an angel of Arabic mythology used in conjurations.

Aqua - See Aquachai.

Aquachai (Aqua) - a holy name of the nomina barbara used to command demons in Solomonic rites.

Ara - an angel invoked during cabalistic rites who is said to control sexuality in humans.

Arabonas - a spirit invoked in Solomonic rites by the Master of the Art.

Araboth - Seventh Heaven. Home to the seraphim, ophanim, and God himself. Also where the angels of love, fear, grace and dread can be found.

Araciel - See Araqiel.

Arad - an angel who protects both religion and science. He helps humans apply spirituality and morality to scientific knowledge and research.

Araebel - an angel of the sixth hour who is ruled by Samil.

Arael (Ariel) - In Malchus' The Ancient's Book of Magic" he is described as "one of the spirits which the rabbis of the Talmud made prince over the people of the birds."

Arafiel a.k.a. Arapiel - one of the great angelic princes who stand in front of God's Throne. He represents the "divine strength, majesty and power."

Arakiba (Arakab, Aristiqifa, Artaqifa) - a fallen angel who brought sin to earth. In Enoch I he is said to be one of the "chiefs of ten" of the infernal legions.

Arakiel - See Araqiel.

Aralim - See Erelim.

Aramaiti (Armaiti) - one of the six Amesha Spentas. See Zoroastrian Amesha Spentas for the complete list and their individual purposes.

- See Oromasim.

Arapiel YHVH - a guardian of the Second Hall of the Seventh Heaven and a great prince regent of the Divine Presence.

Araphiel H ("neck of God") - a guardian of the Second Hall of the Seventh Heaven. 3 Enoch, 18 states that "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.

Araqael - See Araqiel.

Araqiel "one who rules the earth" (Araciel, Arakiel, Araqael, Araquiel, Arkas, Arkiel, Saraquael) - a fallen angel among the two hundred from Enoch I. He is credited with having taught humans the signs of the earth. On the other hand, in the Sibylline Oracles he is one of the five angels who lead men's souls to judgment, along with Ramiel, Uriel, Samiel, and Aziel.

Araquiel - See Araqiel.

Arariel (Azareel, and possibly, Uzziel) - the guardian of fishermen (pray to him for help in catching the big fish) and, as one of the seven angels who hold dominion over the earth, protector of water. Arariel can also be invoked to help cure stupidity in humans.

Ararita (Araritha) - a cabalistic name used during conjuring invocations in the Greater Key of Solomon and used to command demons. To insure that one will not die a sudden death while invoking Ararita, inscribe his name upon a gold plate. Ararita is the "verbum inenerrabile," the unspeakable name of God.

Arasbarasbiel - a guardian of the Sixth Heaven.

Arasek - Josephus' name for Nisroc.

Arathiel - an angel who serves Gamiel as a ruler of the first hour of the night.

Arathron - See Aratron.

Aratron (Arathron) - first among the Olympic spirits of Saturn in ceremonial magick. He rules forty-nine of the 196 Olympic planetary provinces. He is said to help women be able to conceive a child and teaches humanity the secrets of alchemy, magic, medicine, and invisibility.

Arauchia - an angel inscribed upon the third pentacle of Saturn.

Araxiel - a fallen angel.

Arayekael - one of the angel princes that God appointed to the Sword of Moses.

Araziel (Arazjal, Arazyal, Atriel, Esdreel, Sahariel, Seriel, Sariel, etc.) - a fallen angel who had forbidden relations with human women. Before his fall he ruled Taurus along with Bagdal. His name means "my moon is God." Click here for more angels who fornicated with human women.

Arazjal - See Araziel.

Arbatel - an angel who reveals the secret nature of things to humanity.

Arbgdor - a ruler of a month, according to The Book of the Angel Raziel.

Arbiel - an assistant to Anael who rules Friday.

Arcade - a fictional guardian angel from Anatole France's Revolt of the Angels patterned after Abdiel.

Arcan - the king of the air and ruler of Monday who is served by Bilet, Missabu, and Abuhaza.

Archan - an angels who rules over the lower rays of the moon. He may be the same angel as Arcan.

Archana - an angel who is inscribed upon the fifth pentacle of Saturn.

Archarzel - an angel that the Master of the Art invokes during Solomonic rites.

Archer - he and Ssakmakiel rule Aquarius.

Archistratege a.k.a. Archistratig ("chief of hosts") - a title for Michael given to him by God when he was counseling Enoch. It is also used when talking about him in The Apocalypse of Abraham.

Archistratig - See Archistratege

Arciciah - an earth angel.

Arcon - a great angel of the Lord in Judeo-Christianity. To the Gnostics they are malefic entities.

Ardarel -an angel of the element Fire in ceremonial magick.

Ardefiel or Ardesiel - one of the ruling angels of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Ardesiel - See Ardefiel.

Ardibehist - an ancient Persian amesha spenta who rules over the third day of the month of April.

Ardors - a celestial hierarchy in Milton's Paradise Lost and de Vigny's poem Eloa.

Ardouisur a.k.a. Arduisher ("giver of living water") - a female ized (cherub) of Persian lore who helps women to become pregnant, have an easy childbirth, and produce breast milk.

Ardour (Ardur) - an angel who rules the month of Tammuz (June to July).

Ardousius - A female angel who is traditionally believed to help during childbirth and who also inspires breast milk flow.

Arduisher - See Ardouisur

Ardur - See Ardour

Arearos - See Armaros

Arehanah - an angel whose name appears on the third pentacle of the planet Saturn.

Arel - an angel of the Sun and of elemental Fire in ceremonial magick. In fact, his name is inscribed upon the seventh pentacle of the sun.

Arelim - See Erelim.

Arellim - See Erelim.

Arfiel - one of Raphael's names and a guardian of the Second Heaven.

Argeniton - an angel who appears in Historia Religionsis Veterum Persarum.

Arghiel - an angel of Greater Key of Solomon who is invoked during ritual.

Arhistratig - See Archistratege.

Arhum Hii (Rhum) - a Mandaean angel (malki, uthra) of the North Star.

Ariael - See Ariel

Arias - an occult demon and one of the twelve marquises of Hell. He also rules over the sweet-smelling herbs.

Ariel a.k.a. Arael, and Ariael - an angel originally belonging to the Virtues (according to the cabala), whose name is identified, by the Jewish, with Jerusalem. His name means "Lion of God." He is, at times, mentioned as an infernal force, but most Jewish authorities classify him as one of the angels of the Lord who works with Raphael in the healing of illnesses. He is also reputed to be one of the seven great princes who rule over the water as Earth's greatest Lord, and he figures in Gaelic prayers of protection for the home & hearth. He is also, to the Gnostics, a third archon of the winds and the former name of Ialdabaoth. In the book about Pistis Sophia Ariel metes out punishment in Hell, equating him with the Mandaean Ur, and in The Testament of Solomon he is known to control demons. Biblically Ariel is the name of a man, a city, and an altar. To Cornelius Agrippa it identifies an angel, a demon, and a city (Ariopolis). The royal astrologer of Queen Elizabeth's court, John Dee, says that "Ariel" is a combination of Anael and Uriel's names. To Shakespeare he is a sprite. And, according to Milton, Ariel is a rebel angel who is defeated by Abdiel on the first day of battle in Heaven.

Ariman -See Ahriman.

Arioc (Ariukh, Oriockh) - a guardian angel assigned by God to protect those related to Enoch in order to preserve Enoch's writings. His is also the name of an executioner (see Arioch).

Arioch ("fierce lion") - a fallen angel who is one of Satan's demons of vengeance. In Paradise Lost VI he is defeated during the Heavenly battle by Abdiel.

Ariukh - See Oriockh.

Arkas - See Araqiel.

Arkhas - one of the beings used by God in creating the universe. As the story goes, in Enoch II, God summoned Arkhas from the invisible depths "firm and heavy and very red" and ordered him to divide. Upon his doing so, "the world came forth, very dark and great, bringing the creation of all things below." Thus was the earth formed, but not created. Click here for a list of more creator angels.

Arkiel - See Araqiel.

Armait - See Armaita.

Armaiti - See Armaita.

Armaita (Armait, Armaiti, Aramaiti) - A female angel of Persian lore who embodies truth, goodness and wisdom. She is also appealed to by those who seek harmony. At one time she even became human and paid a visit to earth in order "to help the good."

Armaros (Armers, Pharmaros, Abaros, Arearos, and possibly Araros) - a fallen angel who taught humans how to remove enchantments.

Armas - an angel invoked during the magickal rites performed at the end of the Sabbath.

Armasa ("the great lord") - an angel used in Aramaic incantations.

Armazd - one of the amesha spenta of Zoroastrianism.

Armaziel (possibly Armisael) - a being from The Secret Books of the Egyptian Gnostics.

Armen (could be Ramiel, Arakiel, and/or Baraqel) - a fallen angel.

Armers - See Armaros.

Armesi - an angel of the tenth hour of the day who serves the angelic feudal overlord Oriel.

Armesiel - an angel who serves under Jefischa as a ruler of the fourth hour of the night.

Armiel - an angel subordinate to Dardariel, ruler of the eleventh hour of the night.

Armies - one of Milton's names of a celestial order in Paradise Lost.

Armimas (Armimimas) - an angel invoked at the close of Sabbath.

Armimimas - See Armimas

Armisael - an angel of the womb who is invoked, by repeating Psalm 20 nine times, during difficult childbirths. If that doesn't work one can always try saying, "I conjure you, Armisael, angel who governs the womb, that you help this woman and the child in her body.

Armogen - See Harmozey.

Armon - one of the angels of the second altitude who lives in the Second Heaven and is invoked during magical rites.

Arphugitonos - one of eight angels who will reign at the end of the world. See Angels at the End of the World for the complete list.

Arpien - See Mikael.

Arqael - See Araqiel.

Arragon - an angel of the planet Venus.

Arsyalalyur - one of the messengers of the Lord. He is credited with telling Noah about the forthcoming deluge.

Artakifa - an Enochian archangel.

Aruru - mother of the hero Gilgamesh from Sumerian mythology and a messenger of the gods who used clay to create humans.

Arvial - a guardian of the Fourth Heaven.

Arzal (Arzel) - one of the four "glorious and benevolent" angels of the east who is invoked by one who wishes to learn the secret wisdom of God.

Arzel - See Arzal

Asac(h) - an angel used in magickal prayers.

Asach - See Asac

Asacro (Asarca) - an angel used in black magick conjurations.

Asael ("whom God made") - one of Semyaza's underlings (a fallen angel) who mated with human women.

Asaf - See Asaph.

$$ Asaliah - a regent angel of justice, belonging to the choir of the Virtues, and an assistant to Raphael. He is also one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Asamkis - an angelic guard of the Seventh Heaven.

Asaph (Asaf) - this angel directs the heavenly choirs during the singing of the holy Trisagion at night. The nighttime chants consist of Psalms 50 and 73-83. In Jewish legend Asaph is also the father of medicine, an angel of healing.

Asarca - See Asarco.

Asariel ("whom God has bound," such as by an oath) - one of the ruling angels of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon and the regent of Neptune and the zodiac sign Pisces.

Asasiel - a regent of Jupiter and a ruler of Thursdays along with Sachiel and Cassiel.

Asath (Asach) - an angel used in invocations from The Greater Key of Solomon.

Asasih - one of the many names of Metatron.

Asbeel ("deserter from God") - a fallen angel who "imparted to the holy sons of God evil counsel and led them astray thought the daughters of men (Enoch I).

Asbogah - See Asbugay YHVH.

Asbugay YHVH - a great prince regent of the Seventh Heaven.

Ascobai - an angel summoned in Solomonic consecrations of Wax.

Asderel (Asredel, Asradel Shariel) - a fallen archangel who taught humans the mysteries of the moon.

Asentacer - partner angel to Lelahel.

Aseu - assistant to Anauel.

Asfa'el ("God adds") - a regent of the months of the year and ruler over thousands of angels.

Ashael X - an angel used in invocations from The Sword of Moses.

Ashamdon - another name for Shamdan.

Asha Vahista - the Zoroastrian amesha spentas of righteousness.

Ashkanizkael - a guardian of the halls of the Seventh Heaven.

Ashmedai, often paired with Asmodeus and Ashmodai - one of the Lord's messengers in rabbinical tradition. He is often invoked in love rituals and, as such, is said to belong to the Cherubim. However, in ceremonial magick he is an infernal entity who opposes Solomon, rules the south, and commands sixty-six infernal legions. He has even been credited with being the serpent that seduced Eve in the garden of Eden, by some sources. His other names include Asmodee, Asmadai, Chammaday, Sydonay, and even Ashmodai and Asmodeus.

Ashmodiel - a regent of Taurus who is said to be very helpful in matters of love.

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

Ashriel ("vow of God") - the angel who separates one's soul from their body at death. He is often identified with Azrael, Azriel, and Azariel.

Ashrulyai - See Ashrulyu.

Ashteroth - See Astarte.

Ashtoreth - See Astarte.

Ashrulyu a.k.a. Ashrulyai and Asrulyu ("who causes to dwell") - one of the twenty names of God, he is said to reside in the First Heaven. He is also a great prince (a member of the Sarim) in the Torah.

Ashu - See Sirushi.

Asiel ("created of God") - one of five angels who transcribed Ezra's 204 dictated books. The other four were Dabria (Ecanus), Selemia, Selecucia, and Sarea (Sarga). Seventy of the books were strictly for use by men of wisdom, while the remaining 134 were made available to everyone. The Testament of Solomon gifts Asiel with the ability to detect thieves and reveal hidden treasure. And Grillot uses him in a talisman created to protect one from sudden death.

Asimon (Atimon) - an angel from Malache Elyon (Angels on High) that also mentions The Zohar.

Asimor - one of the seven angels who encompasses the power of God. The other six are Kalmiya, Boel, Psachar, Gabriel, Sandalphon, and Uzziel.

Asiyah - See Assiah.

Asmadai - Milton refers to Asmadai as being one of two "potent thrones," along with Adramalec) who is "to be less than Gods/Disdain'd" in his book Paradise Lost. See Asmoday.

Asmodal - an angel used in Solomonic Wax consecrations.

Asmoday (Ashmeday, Asmodius, Sydoney) - a fallen angel who leads seventy-two infernal legions and is often identified with Ashmedai and Asmodel. He is said to rule over seventy-two infernal hosts. He is said to have wings and fly about and to possess knowledge of the future. It is said that he "giveth the ring of Vertues," can grant invisibility and teach mathematics to humans. When summoned in rites of magick, he appears as a creature with three heads - that of a bull, a ram and of a man.

Asmodee - See Asmodai.

Asmodel - often identified with Asmoday, he was once a member of the Cherubim. He is now one of the Qliphoth (the unholy Sephiroth) and a demon of punishment. Asmodel is also one of the rulers of April.

Asmodeus known to Solomon as Saturn, Marcolf, and Morolf ("creature of judgment") - a fallen angel who became the demon of lechery, jealousy, anger, and revenge. He is a deity of Persia's mythological pantheon and an infernal entity in Judaism. In Hell, he rules over gambling casinos. He is said to be the creator of carousels, music, dance, and drama and is currently the ruling patron of French designers. Ashmodai, the "raging fiend" that he is in The Book of Tobit", is said to have gotten Noah drunk, killed the seven men that were to marry Sarah, and was "banished to upper Egypt" by Raphael. He has been depicted as one of the "Vessels of Wrath" and is said to be the son of Adam's first wife Lilith by Samael. The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abra-melin the Mage says that Asmodeus is the offspring of the incestuous union between Tubal-Cain and Naamah; others call him the "demon of impurity." In Jewish lore he is the father-in-law of Bar Shalmon, a fellow demon. Should you wish to invoke Asmodeus, wear nothing upon your head lest you be tricked by him.

Asradel - See Asderel.

Asrael - a fictional angel from a four-act opera based on an old Flemish legend. In the story, he falls in love with another angel named Nefta. He later loses her, but then they are reunited in Heaven.

Asredel - See Asderel.

Asrafil - in Islam he is the angel of Final Judgment. De Plancy, in Dictionnaire Infernal pictures him as a "terrible angel".

Asriel X or Asrael X ("vow of God") - the angel who rules the sixty-three angels of the Seven Heavens. He is used in the invocational magick of hechaloth lore.

Asroilu YHVH - a great prince of the Divine Presence and director of the celestial academy where young angels receive their education.

Asron - one of many angels who guard the gates of the East Wind.

Asrulyu - See Ashrulyu.

Assad - an angel used in the invocational rites of Arabic conjurations.

Assafsisiel - an angel who guards the Seventh Heaven.

Assarel - an angelic guard of the Fourth Heaven.

Asser Criel - in the cabala his in an unspeakable name of a spirit that is inscribed on the breastplates of Moses and Aaron.

Assi Asisih - a messenger of the Sword of Moses.

Assiah (Asiyah) - the name of one of the lowest of the four worlds in cabalistic theory of how the universe was created, the world of the Qliphoth, the world of demons, home of the prince of darkness, Samael.

Assiel - one of the healing angels ruled by Raphael.

Assimonem - Solomonic angels summoned to grant one the gift of invisibility.

Astachoth (Astrachios, Astroschio) - an angel invoked to bless water.

Astad - a Persian angel who was found at the sixty-fourth gate of the hundred gates of Paradise who rules the twenty-sixth day of every month.

Astagna (Astrgna) - an angelic ruler of Tuesday who resides in the Fifth Heaven. To invoke one must face west.

Astaniel - one of the chief angel princes of the Sword of Moses.

Astanphaeus (Astapheus, Astaphai, Astaphaios) - a gnostic archangel and the Ophitic Hebdomad - one of the seven Elohim created by Ialdabaoth "in his own image" who rules over the third gate that leads to the "aeon of the archons." Another source names him as being one of the seven sons of Melchisedec, a.k.a. Sydik. Still others say that his is another name for Satan. He is a primordial power in Phoenician theogony and C.W. King says that Astanphaeus was originally a magi and is "the Jewish angel of the planet Mercury. In The Gnostics and Their Remains King even includes a picture of a gnostic gem that has the angel's name inscribed upon it.

Astaphaeus - See Astanphaeus.

Astaphaeus - See Astanphaeus.

Astaphai - See Astanphaeus.

Astaphaios - See Astanphaeus.

Astaribo - a name for Lilith found in the texts of medieval magick.

Astaroth a.k.a. Asteroth and Diabolus - a grand duke in Satan's realm, he encourages slothfulness and laziness. He either fell from the Seraphim or the Thrones. During magickal evocations, he manifests as a beautiful angel mounted upon a dragon and carrying a viper in his right hand. His breath is pestilential and he is said to "discourse willingly on the fall of the angels but pretends he was exempt from their lapse." (This information comes from Wierus' Psuedo-Monarchia.) According to the Grimorium Verum, he now lives in America. He is also said to be the treasurer of Hell. And, according to Voltaire, Astaroth was, at one time, an ancient god of Syria. Click here for more planetary angels.

Astarte (Ashteroth, Ashtoreth, Ishta-Venus, etc.) - the principal deity of the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, and the Assyrians, among whom she was the goddess of the moon and fertility. To the Phoenicians (a.k.a. Zidonians) she was an abomination, however, to Jeremiah she was the "queen of heaven." She is the origin of the Greek Aphrodite and appears in occult lore as the demon who rules over April. (See Goddesses).

Astel - a spirit who resides on the planet of Saturn.

Asteraoth - an angel who was able to conquer the demoness named Powers who was one of seven summoned by King Solomon. He's also one of the seven great rulers of the planets.

Asteroth - See Astaroth.

Astiro - assistant angel to Mehiel.

Astm Kunya X - one of the fourteen angels of The Sword of Moses, by M. Gaster, used in conjuring. Astm is also said to be one of the unspeakable names of God.

Astoreth - a female fallen angel of Paradise Lost who is Astarte's equal.

Astrachios - Herachio of The Greater Key of Solomon, he is invoked to consecrate water.

Astrael - See Astrael Iao Sabao.

Astrael Iao Sabao a.k.a. or simply Istrael or Astrael - his name has been used in creating amulets.

Astrompsuchos (Etrempsuchos and Strempsuchos) - an angelic guardian of the Seven Heavens and one of the powers worshipped by Peratae.

Astrgna - See Astagna.

Astrocon - an assistant to Narcoriel, ruler of the eighth hour of the night.

Astroniel - a servant of Vadriel's who rules the ninth hour of the day.

Astroschios - See Astachoth.

Asuras - in Hinduism, Asuras, or Ahuras, are malefic entities who declare war against the Suryas, or entities of light, who were once gods of the Secret Wisdom. They are comparable to the fallen angels of Judeo-Christianity.

At-Taum - the equivalent of the Christian Holy Ghost, he is the angel from whom Mani of the Manicheanism received revelations.

Ataf - an angel of The Sword of Moses who can be summoned to defeat one's enemy or separate a husband from his wife.

Ata'il - a guardian angel called upon for exorcisms.

Ataliel - one of the ruling angels of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Ataphiel - one of the three great angels who hold Heaven aloft using only three fingers.

Atar ("fire" in Zend and Sanskrit) - chief of the Yazatas and a Zoroastrian ruler of fire.

Atarculph - a leader among the fallen angels.

Atarniel - See Atrugiel.

Atarph - angel partner of Hahaiah.

Atatiyah - one of the secret names of either Michael or Metatron.

Atbah - a secret name for the gnostic dekas (great archons).

Atbah Ah - lord of the hosts, invoked by Akatriel.

Atel - an angel who resides in the Fourth Heaven, rules the air on Sundays, and is invoked in the east.

Atembui - angelic assistant of Mumiah.

Aterchinis - partner angel of Teiazel who rules an hour.

Aterestin - a most holy name of either an angel or god used to find hidden treasure.

Athamas - a Solomonic angel used for conjuring Ink and Colors.

Athanatos - he is said, in cabalistic magick, to be one of God's names that can be invoked to search for hidden treasures.

Atheniel - one of the angels of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Athoth - one of the twelve powers created by Ialdabaoth.

Atiel - one of the chief angel princes of the Sword of Moses.

Atimon - See Asimon.

Atliel - See Atliel.

Atmon - one of the many names of Metatron.

Atriel - See Araziel.

Atrigiel - See Atrugiel.

Atropatos - one of the many names of Metatron.

Atufiel - a guardian of the halls of the Seventh Heaven.

Atrugiel (Atrigiel, Atarniel, Tagriel, Atrugniel) - one of the angels who guards the Seventh Heaven and one of the many names of Metatron.

Atrugniel - See Atrugiel.

Atsafsaf - an angelic guard of the Sixth Heaven.

Atshatsah - an angelic guard of the Sixth Heaven.

Atsiluth (Atziluth) - the world of emanation, the highest of the four worlds where God and the superior angels reside, according to the cabalistic theory of how the universe began.

Attarib (Attaris) - chief angel of the sign of winter and one of the season's four ruling angels.

Attaris - See Attarib.

Atuesuel - one of the eight all powerful angels of the cabala who is invoked "to smoke out the monsters of hell."

Atufiel - an angel guard of the Sixth Heaven.

Atuniel ("furnace") - an angel of the Virtues, often paired with Nathanael and a Jewish angel of fire.

Atziluth - See Atsiluth.

Aub - an angel whose name is inscribed upon the third pentacle of the moon.

Auel (Amet) - a cabalistic angel of the sun used in invocations.

Aufiel (Auphiel) - an angelic ruler of birds.

Aufniel - See Ofniel.

Auphanim - See Ofanim.

Auphiel - See Aufiel.

Aupiel (Anafiel) - said to be the proper spelling of Anafiel, the great angel who carried Enoch to Heaven while he was still alive. Aupiel is also the tallest of Heaven's angels, exceeding Metatron's height by several hundred parsangs.

Aur - See Ur.

Auriel a.k.a. Oriel: Hebrew for Uriel ("light of God") - one of the seventy-two angels of the seventy-two quinaries of the zodiac's degrees who is invoked when conjuring the Sword of Moses.

Aurkhi Be-Ram El - possibly Ramiel of Enochian lore. An angel who cohabited with human woman prior to the flood, hence a fallen angel.

Ausiel - See Ausiul.

Ausiul (Ausiel) - an angel who rules Aquarius and is invoked in ceremonial magick.

Authorities - either another name for the powers or the virtues, or a separate and distinct pre-Dionysian group of angels. In the Constitution of the Apostles and John of Damascus, the powers (dunamis) and authorities (exousia) are two separate orders. In the Exposition of the Orthodox Faith (De Fide Orthodoxa) John of Damascus names the powers as fifth in rank and the authorities (virtues) as sixth. According to the Testament of Levi the authorities live in the Fourth Heaven along with the Thrones.

Autogenes - a gnostic aeon surrounded by four great wisemen: Harmozel (Armogen), Daveithe, Oroiael (possibly Uriel), and Eleleth.

Autopator - one of the three powers created by the Virgin of the underworld and made keeper of the hidden things reserved for the perfect.

Auza (Azza, Oza) - a son of God, a son of the elohim, who laid with human women.

Auzael - See Azazel and Auza.

Auzhaya - one of the many names of Metatron and a prince of the divine countenance.

Avagbag - an angelic guard of the Sixth Heaven.

Avahel - the prince of the Third Heaven's resident angels.

Avartiel - an angel whose name is inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) used for protection against evil.

Avatar - the human or animal incarnation of a deity in Vedic lore. There were ten of these angelic creatures, mainly associated with Vishnu, first among the avatars. The other nine are Kurmavatar (the tortoise avatar), Barah (the bear avatar), Narsinha (man-lion avatar and lord of heroism), Vamana (dwarf avatar and lord of reason), Paras u Rama (Parasuram) or Chirangivah the immortal, Krishna (Krisn Avatar), Buddha (Budh Avatar), and Kalki Avatar. The times of for the first nine avatars have already come to pass. Kalki will arrive at the end of the four ages to destroy the earth, in the form of a white horse with wings (the Greek Pegasus).

Avenging Angels - the twelve angels of destruction who were the very first angelic beings that God created, their chief lives in the Fifth Heaven. Also see Angels of Vengeance.

Avial - one of the angelic guards of the Seven Heavens.

Avirzahe'e - Nachunya ben ha-Kane says that this is a benevolent but fearsome angel prince who guards the gate leading to the Sixth Heaven.

Avitue - one of the many names of Lilith.

Avniel - one of the chief angel princes appointed to the Sword of Moses.

Avriel - a guardian of the halls of the Seventh Heaven.

Avtsangosh - one of the many names of Metatron.

Avzhia - See Auzhaya.

Awar (El Awar) - one of the sons of the demon of lubricity (lewdness), Eblis.

Awel - an angel invoked in cabalistic rites of conjuration.

Awitel - an angel invoked in cabalistic rites of conjuration.

Awoth - an angel invoked in cabalistic rites of conjuration.

Axineton - the angelic entity whose name God pronounced to create the world.

Ayar Ziva - See Ram Khastra.

Ayar Ziwa - the Mandaean uthri (angel) who "brings the sounds" or "stirs the air."

Ayib - an angel whose name is inscribed upon the fourth pentacle of Venus.

Ayil - known as Sizajasel in ceremonial magick, he is an angel of Sagittarius.

Ayscher - a ministering angel summoned during cabalistic magick rites found in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Aza - See Azza.

Azael (Asiel) - The angel know as the one "whom God strengthens." One of the principal evil angels who had sexual relations with mortal women. He and Aza both laid with Naamah, Lemech's daughter, to produce the Assyrian guardian spirits called sedim. In magical lore, he guards hidden treasure. And legend has it that he has been chained up in a desert where he is to remain until the Final Judgment. He is also included among Cornelius Agrippa's four evil rulers of the elements, in his book Occult Philosophy.

Azaf - See Asaph.

Azar (Azur) - an angel of the ninth day of November.

Azaradel - one of the fallen angels who taught humans the mysteries of the moon.

Azareel - See Arariel.

Azarel - an angel whose name is inscribed on the fifth pentacle of the moon.

Azaril - See Azrael.

Azargushtasp - one of two ancient Persian amesha spentas who is considered to be "closest to the just God."

Azariah ("whom God helps") - one of Raphael's names. An identity he assumes in The Book of Tobit.

Azarias - one of Raphael's names. An identity he assumes in The Book of Tobit.

Azariel - one of the angels of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon and an angel of earth's waters.

Azarkhurdad - one of two ancient Persian amesha spentas who is considered to be "closest to the just God."

Azazel a.k.a. Azael and Hazazel ("God strengthens") - according to Enoch, he is chief of the 200 fallen angels. Formerly of the Choir of Angels, he is said to have seven snakeheads, fourteen faces, and twelve wings. According to Maurice Bouisson's Magic, Its History and Principal Rites Azazel was an ancient Semitic god of the flocks prior to his fall and Bamberger implies, in Fallen Angels, that he was the first star (meaning angel) to fall from Heaven. He is reputed to be a terrible demon that was corrupted by having sexual relations with human women. It is he who brought aggression and vanity to man by teaching women "finery and the art of beautifying the eyelids." To men he taught men the skills needed to make swords and shields. The Apocalypse of Abraham describes him as "lord of hell, seducer of mankind." In The Zohar he is the rider on the serpent and chief of the bene elim (a.k.a. ischm, lower angels, and "men-spirits"). Azazel was cast out of Heaven for refusing to bow before Adam, sayng, "why should a man of fire bow before a son of clay?" Upon being cast out, God changed his name to Eblis.

Azaziel - a fallen angel, often identified with Semyaza.

Azbogah - See Azbuga YHVH.

Azbogah YHVH - a great prince of the Divine Presence who is said to know the secrets of the Throne of Glory. He confers eternal life upon God's elect.

Azbuga YHVH a.k.a. Asbogah ("strength") - "Originally a secret name of God in his highest sphere," according to Scholem, who also says that Azbogah's main duty was to clothe the new arrivals in Heaven, who were worthy, with righteousness. One of the eight great angel princes of judgment who ranks higher than Metatron. His name has also been discovered on a charm that is to be used for the "healing of all illness and all hurt and all evil spirit."

Azdai - an angel of Mandaean lore.

Azer - an angel of elemental Fire and Zoroaster's father.

Azfiel - a guardian of the First Heaven.

Azibeel - a fallen angel who descended from heaven to mate with human women.

Aziel - See Azael.

Aziziel - an angel who, according to The Book of Protection, can, along with Michael, Harshiel, Prukiel, and other angels, be used in incantation rites and spellbinding.

Azkariel - a corruption of Azk(h)riel.

Azkeel - one of the leaders of the 200 fallen angels who came to earth to have sexual relations with human women.

Azliel X - one of fourteen angels used in invocation rites and one of the unspeakable names of God.

Azrael a.k.a. Azrail, Ashriel, Azriel, Azaril, Gabriel, etc. ("whom God helps") - the regent angel of Scorpio, often grouped with Gabriel and Azaril. A Jewish and Muslim angel of death, he lives in the Third Heaven. Muslims team him up with Raphael and describe him as having 70,000 feet and 4,000 wings. His body is said to be covered with as many eyes and tongues as there are people on Earth. In Arabic lore, he is "forever writing in a large book and forever erasing what he writes; what he writes is the birth of a man, what he erases is the name of the man at death." Because Azrael was the only angel of the four sent to create Adam who succeeded in providing the necessary seven handfuls of earth, he was appointed to separate body from soul. Oriental lore says that Azrael accomplishes this (first bringing death and then separation) by holding an apple from the Tree of Life to the nose of the dying person. He is one of three Syriac angels (the others being Michael and Gabriel) invoked in creating charms. Jewish mystics consider Azrael to be quite the opposite, describing him as the embodiment of evil.

Azra'il - a name given to Azrael to invoke him during rites of exorcism. In the Cabala, he is a Sarim, or Angelic Prince, in charge of receiving the prayers of the faithful. He is also said to be in charge of the sixty million angels that protect the northern side of Heaven.

Azrail - See Azra'il.

Azriel - "Azriel the Ancient" is a chief angelic supervisor, sometimes called Mahniel, as in The Zohar. The same book says that he commands sixty myriads of heavenly legions and that he resides on the northern side of Heaven, where he receives the prayers of the faithful. His name has been found inscribed upon an oriental charm (kameoth) used to ward off evil. And, in Ozar Midrashim Azriel is one of the chief angels of destruction.

Azur - See Azar.

Azza a.k.a. Shem-yaza ("the strong") - a fallen angel who, along with Azzael, is trapped between Heaven and earth for having had sexual relations with human women. Azza (Shemyaza, meaning "the name Azza") is said to be perpetually falling with one eye frozen open and the other sealed shut so that he can constantly see his plight, causing him to suffer all the more. Another explanation given for Azza being kicked out of Heaven is that he objected to Enoch being transformed into the angel Metatron upon his death. Azza is credited with making Solomon wisest of all men by teaching him the heavenly arcana. In the Talmud he is said to have, along with Azael fathered the sedim (Assyrian guardian spirits) via the mortal woman Naamah, daughter of Lemech, prior to the great deluge. It is said that prior to his fall, Azza was in charge of one of the two groups of justice that now fall under Metatron's command.

Azzael - according to some sources Azzael and Azza are two separate and distinct angels, while others say they are one and the same. In the beginning of 3 Enoch Azzael is on of three ministering angels, the other two being Uzza and Azza, who reside in the Seventh Heaven. Later in the book, however, he is identified as a fallen angel and labeled one of the makim along with Azza. He and Uzza were both punished for having carnal knowledge of mortal women by having their noses pierced. Azzael taught the art of witchcraft to man, which allows, or did allow, one to cause the sun, moon, and stars to fall from the sky, bringing them closer to earth for the purpose of worshipping. See Azza.

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