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Kabchiel - an angel of Mandaean lore.

Kabiri - the seven Phoenician angels who created the world.

Kabniel - the cabalistic angel who is invoked to cure stupidity in humans.

Kabriel - See Cabriel.

Kabshiel - an angel of Jewish mysticism whose name is used in the creation of amulets. He can also be invoked to give one grace and power.

Kadal - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Kadashiel - one of the many angels who guard the gates to the South Wind.

Kadashim - See Kadishim.

Kaddisha - See Tsadkiel.

Kadi a.k.a. Kadiel - an angel of the Third Heaven who rules Fridays and is invoked in the west.

Kadiel - an intelligence of Jupiter.

Kadiel - See Kadi.

Kadkadael - an angel of the Sixth Heaven.

Kadmiel ("before God") - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Kadosh - a guardian angel posted in the halls of the Fourth Heaven.

Kadriel - one of three cabalistic angels of prophecy who were created on the eve of the first Sabbath, another of the angels is Yahadriel.

Kafkefoni - a fallen angel of the unholy sephiroth, king of the mazzikin, and the husband of the "little leprous one."

Kafziel a.k.a. Cassiel and Qaphsiel ("speed of God") - the angel who rules over the death of kings, one of seven gnostic Archangels who rules Saturn. According to The Zohar he also served as one of Gabriel's chief assistants, along with Hizkiel, during the angelic battles.

Kahaviel - See Dahaviel.

Kakabel a.k.a. Kochbiel and Kokabiel ("star of God") - a prince regent of the stars and constellations. In The Book of the Angel Raziel, he is said to be a most holy angel, however, according to Enoch, he is a fallen angel who resides in Hell. Whether he exists on high or in the underworld, both sources agree that he controls 365,000 spiritual legions that, among other things, he teaches about astrology. Also See Rathiel.

Kal - the guardian angel of Nebuchadnezzar.

Kalapatauroth - the Gnostic archon who controls all destinies and the revolution of all aeons.

Kalka'il - an angel of the Fifth Heaven who reigns over the black-eyed celestial nymphs (houris) that worship Allah. He is also an Islamic guardian angel who is invoked during exorcisms.

Kalkelmiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Kalki Avatar - the lowest ranking of the ten Vedic avatars.

Kalkydra - See Chalkydri.

Kalkydri - See Chalkydri.

Kalmiya - one of the seven angel princes who guard the veil, or curtain, that hides God's Throne. Powerful angels who reside in the Seventh Heaven.

Kamuel - See Camael and Jehoel.

Kandile - a cabalistic angel who is used in the invocations found in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Kaniel - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Kaphkaphiel - an angel whose name is inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) used for protecting one from evil.

Karkiel - one of the childbed amulet angels.

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

Karniel - one of the many angels who guard the West Wind.

Karoz - rabbinic "reporter angels."

Kartion - an angel of the Seventh Heaven.

Kasbak a.k.a. Baskabas - one of the many names of Metatron.

Kasbeel a.k.a. Kazbiel and Kaspiel ("sorcery" and "he who lies to God") - the former "good person" Biqa who is now a "sinful angel" who is considered to be the "chief of the oath" in Hell.

Kasbel ("he who deceives God") - another name for Satanail, who later became known as Satan.

Kasdeja - See Kasdaya.

Kasdaya a.k.a. Kesdeya and Kasdeja - one of the seven leaders of the angel rebellion from Enoch I. As a fallen angel he is charged with teaching "a variety of demonic practices including abortion.

Kasdaye - See Kasdaya.

Kashiel - one of the many angels who guard the gates of the South Wind.

Kashriel a.k.a. Tophnar - an angel of the First Heaven who serves Zevudiel.

Kaspiel - See Kasbeel.

Katchiel - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Katzfiel - an angelic prince of the Sword who guards the Sixth Heaven with a sword of lightning.

Katzhiel - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Katzmiel - an angelic guard of the Sixth Heaven.

Kautel - See Ketuel.

Kavod ("glory of God") - the Cherub of God's throne who represents the side of the God that he chooses to let man see. He is also said to be identical to Shekinah, the demiurge or holy spirit.

Kavzakiel - an angel prince of the Sword.

Kawkabel - See Kakabel.

Kazbeel - See Biqa.

Kazbiel - See Kasbeel.

Kazpiel - See Kasbeel.

Kazviel - an angel of the Fourth Heaven.

Kedemel - a talismanic angel of the planet Venus.

Keel ("like God") - one of the Enochian "leaders of heads of thousands" and an angel of one of the four season.

Kehemuel - See Camael.

Kelial - the Islamic governor of the Fifth Heaven.

Kelkhea - one of two angels who were told the secrets of creation, the other is Kelkheak.

Kelkheak - one of two angels who were told the secrets of creation, the other is Kelkhea.

Kemos - See Kimos.

Kemuel a.k.a. Shemuel, Camael, and Seraphiel ("helper" or "assembly of God") - the chief angel of the Seraphim and of one of the holy sephiroth. He is also the great archon who is stationed at the windows of Heaven where he watches for the prayers of Israel so that he can send them on to the princes of the Seventh Heaven. Moses is said to have killed Kemuel when he tried to stop him from receiving the Torah from God and, according to the Revelation of Moses, he is the leader of the 12,000 angels of destruction.

Kenunit - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Kered - an angel of the Seal who is used in Mosaic conjurations.

Kerkoutha - an angel who, according to the Gospel of Bartholomew, rules over the south.

Kerub - another word for Cherub.

Kerubiel YHVH - the principal regent who has reigned over the Cherubim since Creation, and one of the most exalted princes of Heaven. Kerubiel is about seven Heavens tall with a body comprised of burning coals that is covered with thousands of eyes. His face is made of fire, his eyes sparks of light, and his lashes are lightning bolts. Fire spews forth with every word that he speaks and he is covered with wings from head to toe. Thunder, lightning, and earthquakes are his constant companions and the splendor of the Shekinah shines upon him. In Enoch's words, Kerubiel is "full of burning coals...there is a crown of holiness on his head... and the bow of the Shekinah is between his shoulders."

Kesdeya - See Kesdaya.

Ketheriel ("crown of god") - a cabalistic angel of the sephiroth who is used in ritual invocations.

Ketuel a.k.a. Kautel - one of the three angels who comprise the Triune God, the others are Meachuel and Lebatei.

Keveqel - one of the seventy-two angels of the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac.

Kezef - one of the five angels of destruction and an angel of death of Judaism. The other four angels of destruction are Af, Hemah, Mashhit, and Haron-Peor. As the angel of death he is said to have been captured and locked up in the Holy Tabernacle. And, according to the Midrash Tehillim he is the angel of wrath.

Kfial - one of the sixty-four angels of the Seven Heavens.

Khabiel - a supervising angel of the First Heaven.

Khamael - See Camael.

Khananel - See Anane.

Kharael - an angel in the Testament of Solomon who has the power to exorcise the demon Belbel.

Kharura'il - an Arabic guardian angel who is invoked during exorcisms.

Khasdiel - an angel whose name appears on a Hebrew amulet of protection.

Khurdad - one of the amesha spentas and an angel of May who rules over the sixth day of every month. He can also be prayed to at the fifty-sixth gate of Paradise to intercede on God's behalf.

Kidumiel - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Kimos - one of Michael's secret names.

Kinor - See Kipod.

Kipod - one of the three angels who stand guard at the upper gates of Hell, the other two are Nagrasagiel (Nasragiel) and Nairyo Sangha (one of the messengers of Ahura Mazda). Kipod is also said to be the angel who led Rabbi Joshua to the gates of Hell and gave him a tour of its various compartments.

Kiramu 'l-katibin - one of two Arabic "recording angels."

Kirtabus - an angel of languages and of the ninth hour.

Kisael - an angel of the Fifth Heaven.

Kitrael a.k.a. Kitriel - another name for Akatriel.

Klaha - one of the many angels who guard the gates of the South Wind.

Kmiel - an angel of Jewish mysticism who rules the summer equinox who is used in creating amulets that protect one from the evil eye.

Kokabiel a.k.a. Kakabel - the angel in charge of the stars and constellations.

Kokaviel - an angel whose name is inscribed upon the third pentacle of Mars.

Kokhabriel - See Kakabel.

Kolazonta ("the chastiser") - an angel of destruction who is considered to be the very personification of destruction itself.

Komm - the angel who refused, upon being summoned, to tell Rabbi Joshua about Hell.

Korniel - one of the many angels who guard the gates of the South Wind.

Korshid - an archangel of Mandaean and Mazdean lore who is the equivalent of the cabalistic Metatron.

Kotecha - an angel of the Seal who is used in conjuration ceremonies of The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Koustiel - an angel whose name is inscribed upon a carnelian amulet that, according to Bonner, in the Studies in Magical Amulets, possibly should have been Uriel.

Krishna - See Krisn Avatar.

Kshathra Vairya - on of the Amesha Spentas of Zoroastrianism.

Kshiel - See Kushiel.

Kso'ppghiel - an angelic chief of the angels of fury.

Kumeatel - one of the thirty-six demons of disease (the decani).

Kunospaston - a demon of the sea who, in the form of a hoar-fish, delights in destroying ships and stealing gold.

Kuriel - See Kyriel.

Kumavatar ("tortoise avatar") - one of the ten Vedic avatars.

Karteel - a demon who specializes in causing bowel pain in humans.

Kurzi - the Angel of the Footstool.

Kushiel ("rigid one of God") - a president in Hell who is among the seven angels of punishment. He uses a whip of fire to mete out punishment to the ten nations.

Kutiel - an angel who is invoked to assist in spells that use a divining rod.

Kyniel - an angel of the Third Heaven.

Kyriel a.k.a. Kuriel - a ruling angel of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon and one of the many angels who guard the gates of the West Wind.

Kyriotates - one of the orders of angels belonging to the second of three celestial hierarchies in Rudolf Steiner's Karmic Relationships. The other orders are the Exusiai (Virtues or Authorities), and Dynamis (Powers). The Kyriotates are possibly the equivalent of the Dominations.

Kzuial - an angel who guards the fourth Heaven.

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Labarfiel - an angel guardian of the Seventh Heaven.

Labbiel - See Labiel.

Labiel - the original name of Raphael, changed when he accepted God's decrees on the creation of humanity. Those angels who chose not to comply, the angels of truth and the angels of peace, were burned out of existence.

Labezerin - a talismanic angel of success who rules the second hour of the day.

Labusi - one of the eight angels of omnipotence.

Lad ("tender age") - one of the many names of Metatron.

Lahabiel - an assistant to Raphael as ruler of the first day. He is also invoked to keep away evil spirits.

Lahal - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Lahariel - an angel who assists Michael in ruling the second day and one of the childbed amulet angels.

Lahash - a great angel who, along with Zakun, led 184 myriads of angels to try to intercept Moses' prayer before it could reach God. As punishment for this deed they were bound with chains of fire, given 70 lashes with a fiery whip, and kicked out of Heaven by Sammael. Therefore, Lahash and Zakun are now a fallen angels.

Lahatiel ("the flaming one") - one of the seven angels of punishment and the angel who presides over the gates of death, the second of the seven lodges of Hell. He is also one of the fallen angels who is charged with punishing the ten nations.

Laila a.k.a. Leliel, Lailahel, and Layla ("night") - a cabalistic angel who, according to the The Zohar, is "appointed to guard the spirits at their birth." The jury is out as to whether or not Laila is good or evil. In one Jewish legend he is said to be a demon of the night, the "prince of conception," who is equal to Lilith, the "demoness of conception." However, in Genesis Rabba, Sanhedrin, and the Jewish Encyclopedia he is said to have fought for Abraham when he was battling kings.

Lailah - See Laila.

Lailahel - See Laila.

Lama - an ruler of Tuesday and of air who resides in the Fifth Heaven. He can be invoked in the west.

Lamach - a regent of the planet Mars.

Lamas a.k.a. Nirgal - one of the four classes of Chaldean genii of protection. They have the body of the lion and a man's head, and are comparable in function to the Cherubim.

Lamassu - an angel who is invoked at the end of Assyrian exorcisms and a spirit of Babylon.

Lamechalal a.k.a. Lamechiel - an Enochian ruler of the planets and the only angel who can conquer the female demon named Deceit.

Lamechiel - See Lamechalal.

Lemeck a.k.a. Lemideck - an angel of purity who is called upon during conjurations of the Sword in black magick rituals.

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

Lemedk - an angel who is invoked when conjuring the Sword, but not to be mistaken for Lameck.

Lamideck - See Lameck.

Lamidh - According to the Sufi Abu Yazid who encountered him there, Lamidh offers Abu Yazid "a kingdom such as no tongue can describe," but he refuses the offer, or bribe, remaining focused upon his only purpose for ascending to heaven (mir'aj), God.

Larzod - one of the "glorious and benevolent angels" who is conjured during Solomonic rites to gift one with the secret wisdom of God.

Lauday - an angel who is invoked to consecrate Salt.

Lauiah - See Lauviah.

Lauviah - according to the cabala, a fallen angel formerly of both the Thrones and the Cherubim. He is said to have power over geniuses and people of greatness. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Lawidh - the Islamic angel chief who offered the Sufi Abu Yazid "a kingdom such as no tongue can describe," while he was visiting the second of the Seven Heavens during his mir'aj (ascent). (Abu turned down the bribe, knowing that it was only meant to test his devotion to God.)

Layla - See Laila.

Lazai (Lazay) - a "holy angel of God" who is invoked in Solomonic rites for consecrating fire.

Lazay - See Lazai.

Lebata - one of the three angels of the Triune God who is used in conjuring rites. The others are Ketuel and Meachuel. He is also used in Mosaic incantations, along with Nesanel and Gabril designed to cleanse one of all impurities.

Lebes - one of the five chief angels of the first altitude.

Lebezerin - the ruling angel of victory who can be invoked at two o'clock in the afternoon.

Lecabel - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae and an angel of vegetation and agriculture.

Lecahel - an angel who belongs to the choir of Dominations.

Ledrion - an angel who is used in conjunction with incense and smudging to exorcise evil spirits.

Lehachel - one of the seventy-two angels of the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac.

Lehahel - one of the eight cabalistic Seraphim.

Lehahiah - an angel who fell from the order of the Powers who used to be one of the Shemhamphorae. He is charged with protecting royalty and making their subjects obedient. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Lehalel - a ruling angel of the arts, sciences, love, and good fortune. He is the equivalent of the cabalistic angel Asentacer. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

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

Lehiah - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Lelahel - See Lehalel.

Lelahiah - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Leliel - an angel who rules the night. Also See Laila.

Lemanael - a cabalistic lunar angel.

Lepha - an angel of the Seal who is used in the conjuring rituals of The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Leuuiah a.k.a. Leviah - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Levanael a.k.a. Iaraehel - a cabalistic lunar angel.

Leviah - See Leuuiah.

Leviathan ("that which gathers itself together in folds") - an angel who, along with Behemoth was created on the fifth day of Creation. According to Enoch, Leviathan is an evil and monstrous sea-dragon and, in rabbinical texts, she is commanded by Rahab. In the Bible, Job 41:1 describes Leviathan as being a great whale, Psalm 74:14 says that she is a hippopotamus or crocodile ( or so it is implied), and Isaiah 27:1 calls her "that crooked serpent," a description similar to one used for Satan in Revelation 12:9. In the system of Justinus, she is considered to be an evil spirit and the Journal of Biblical Literature says that Leviathan is "a Hebrew name for the Babylonian Taimat. In Mandaean lore, Leviathan will swallow up all but the purified souls.

Libanel - Philip's angelic guide in The Messiah by Klopstock.

Librabis - an angel who helps one find hidden gold and a genii of the seventh hour.

Lifton - a guardian of the Seventh Heaven.

Lilin - See Shaitans.

Lilith - Adam's first wife and Cain's true mother, who is now the wife, concubine, or grandmother of Samael. She is associated with Friday and, when invoked, she manifests as a being with a naked woman's torso and the lower body of a snake. Lilith is a winged female demon of the night that harms children and seduces men in order to produce demon sons. She originated in Jewish tradition and is based upon the lili of Mesopotamian demonology, where she is called ardat lili. As Adam's wife, gave birth to 100 children a day. According to The Zohar, she is a "hot fiery female who at first cohabited with man" but, upon the creation of Eve, "flew to the cities of the sea coast," where she is "still trying to ensnare mankind." Unlike most demons who are mortal, Lilith, along with Naamah and Agrat bat Mahlat will "continue to exist and plague man until the Messianic day, when God will finally extirpate uncleanliness and evil from the face of the earth." Lilith and Sammael are both said to have "emanated from beneath the throne of Divine Glory, the legs of which were somewhat shake by their activity." At that time Lilith was an angel in Heaven who assisted Sammael. She now, as a demon in Hell, goes by many different names, seventeen of which she revealed to Elijah when he forced her to do so.

Lithargoel - the name of a great angel that appears in The Investiture of the Archangel Gabriel and the Acts of Peter.

Little Iao - one of the many names of Metatron.

Liwet - a Mandaean angel who presides over inventions and love. He is especially protective of mortals who have original ideas and thoughts. Liwet is also one of the seven planetary angels.

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

Lobquin - an angel ruler of Tuesday in the west, who resides in the Fifth Heaven. He is also one of the many guardians of the gates of the West Wind.

Loel - one of the many angels who guard the gates of the South Wind.

Logoi - the plural form of Logos and another term for angels.

Logos ("the word" or "reason") - a secret name of God. Also known as Michael, Metatron, the Holy Spirit, and the Messiah. Philo says that Logos is "the angel that appeared to Hagar, the cloud at the Red Sea, one of the three angels that appeared to Abraham at Mamre, [and] the divine form that changed the name of Jacob to Israel at Peniel." Philo also calls him "the image of God, His Angel" and "the Oldest Angel, who is as though it were the Angel-chief of many names; for he is called Dominion and Name of God."

Loquel - an angel of the First Heaven.

Los (possibly another name for Lucifer) - a fallen angel who used to be the agent of divine providence, "the laborer of ages." He has spent 6,000 years, since his fall, trying to shape the world. And, of himself, he says, "I am that shadowy Prophet who, 6,000 years ago/Fell from my station in the Eternal bosom."

Lucifer ("the giver of Light," "Bearer of Light" or "Bearer of Fire," "Son of the morning" or "Morning Star.") - he is erroneously identified with Satan, due to a passage in the Book of Isaiah (14:12) where he is labeled a fallen angel and "son of morning." But, Rabbinical sources say that Isaiah was referring to King Nebuchednezzar. The name Lucifer actually refers to the morning or evening star of Venus. And, while he isn't the same fallen angel as Satan, he is still considered to be evil.

Lucifuge Rofocale - See Rofocale.

Luel - an angel of Jewish mysticism who is invoked to aid in the use of a divining rod.

Luma'il - an Arabic guardian angel who is invoked when performing exorcisms.

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Maadim - an angel who resides in the Fourth Heaven where he "stands near the moon in order to warm the world from the cold."

Mach - an angel who is conjured during Solomonic rituals to make one invisible.

Machal - an angel who is invoked during Solomonic exorcisms of the Bat.

Machasiel - an Intelligence of the Sun, ruler of Sunday, and a resident of the Fourth Heaven. He can be invoked in the south.

Machator a.k.a. Machatan and Macoton - an angel of elemental Air and a regent of Saturday.

Machatan - See Machator.

Machidiel a.k.a. Malchidiel, Malahidael, Malchedael, Melkeial, Melkejal, etc. ("fullness of God") - an angel of the tenth sephira and the planet Earth, who is invoked by men for aid in securing the love of a woman. By stating the time and date that he wishes to meet with his love, during the invocation, he will guarantee her arrival. His also one of the ruling angels of March and the zodiac sign of Aries.

Machkiel - one of the angels who guard the Sizth Heaven.

Machiel - See Makiel.

Makon - a high-ranking angel among the celestial orders comparable to Metatron.

Machmay - an angel who serves Mendrion as a ruler of the seventh hour of the night.

Machnia - See Machniel.

Machniel - one of the childbed amulet angels and one of the many angels who guard the gates of the South Wind.

Macoton - See Machatan.

Macroprosopus - the cabalistic angel of the first Sephira and the "God of concealed form."

Madagabiel - one of the many angels who guard the gates of the North Wind.

Madamiel - See Madimiel.

Madan - one of the angels who rules over Mars.

Madiel - an angel who resides in the First Heaven who is invoked in the east. He is also a ruling archangel of the three water signs of the zodiac.

Madimiel a.k.a. Madiniel and Madamiel - one of the seven angel princes who stand before God's throne that knows the spirit-names of the planets. He is also one of the four angels whose name is inscribed upon the first pentacle of Mars.

Madiniel - See Madimiel.

Madios - an angel of the Moon.

Mador - one of the angels who guard the Fourth Heaven.

Madriel - an angel who serves Vadriel as a ruler of the ninth hour of the day.

Mael - an angel who resides in the First Heaven who rules Monday and can be invoked in the north. He is also one of the angels who govern the water signs of the zodiac.

Magog - See Gog and Magog.

Magirkon - one of the many names of Metatron.

Maguth - an angel who serves Suth as a ruler of the air and Thursdays. He, as well as Suth and all of the other angels in Suth's service, are among those who guard the gates of the South Wind.

Mah - the Persian angel who is in charge of the phases of the Moon.

Mahadeo a.k.a. Mahesh and Siva - one of the eleven angels of Vedic lore who "with matted locks and three eyes" symbolizes the sun, the moon, and fire.

Mahalel - an angel whose name is inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) used to protect one from evil.

Mahalkiel - one of the angels whose name can be found inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) used to protect one from evil.

Mahananel - one of the many angels who guard the gates of the North Wind.

Mahariel ("swift") - a guardian of the gates of the First Heaven who leads the souls of the Elect to God, providing new souls for those that are purified.

Mahashel - one of the seventy-two angels of the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac.

Mahasiah - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Mahash - See Mahish.

Mahish - an angel of the Bhagavad-Gita who, along with Brahma and Vishnu, was created from one of the primary properties.

Mahka'il - an Arabic guardian angel who is invoked during exorcisms.

Mahniel a.k.a. Azriel the Ancient ("mighty camp") - according to The Zohar, he is the leader of sixty myriads of angelic legions some of which are full of eyes, others who are full of ears, but all of which have wings.

Mahonim - See Mahonin.

Mahonin - a fallen angel of the third hierarchy and the second order of Archangels whose Heavenly adversary is "St. Mark the Evangelist."

Mahzeil - an angel of Mandaean lore.

Mahzian - the angel who is invoked to restore eyesight.

Maianiel - an angel of the Fifth Heaven.

Maion - an angelic ruler of Saturn.

Maiphiat - an angel who is invoked during Solomnic exorcisms of the Bat.

Majesties - an order of angels who are mentioned in place of the Thrones in The Thanksgiving Hymns.

Makatiel ("the Plague of God") - he is one of the seven angels of punishment.

Makiel - an angel who is invoked during Syriac spellbinding incantations.

Maktiel - a fallen angel who resides in the fourth lodge of Hell where he serves as one of the seven angels of punishment of the ten nations and a ruler over trees.

Malach Be - the governing intelligence of the Moon in Paracelsus' Doctrine of Talismans.

Malach ha-Mavet a.k.a. Samael and Azrael - the cabalistic angel of death.

Malach ha-Sopher - See Malach Memune.

Malach Memune ("the appointed one") - an assistant of Duma's who, along with Malach ha-Sopher, determines how long each mortal will live.

Malach Ra - an angel who, possibly under the orders of God, performs evil deeds.

Malachi - See Malachy.

Malachidael - See Machidiel.

Malachim a.k.a. Malakim ("kings") - the Hebrew name for the Virtues.

Malachy ("angel of God") - the angel of Jehovah of whom, in Esdras 4, it says, "Malachy, which is called also an angel of the Lord."

Malkiel - an angelic guard of the Sixth Heaven whose pentacle can be found in Shah's Occultism.

Malakim - See Malachim.

Malaku 'l-Maut a.k.a. Azrael or Izrael - an angel of death in the Koran.

Malashiel a.k.a. Maltiel - the cabalistic angel who taught Elijah.

Malbushiel (from "malbush," clothing) - a fictional angel in The Warehouse, by I.B. Singer, who is the second cousin of Bagdiel and serves as a quartermaster in one of the "lower heavens."

Malchedael - See Machidiel.

Malchidiel - See Machidiel.

Malchiel - See Malkiel.

Malchira - See Malkira.

Malec - See Malik.

Malek-Tawus - See Taus-Melek.

Malik - a fallen angel of Arabic legend who, along with nineteen sbires (zabaniya), guardians serves as a guard in Hell. When the wicked souls of Hell appeal to him for help, he replies by telling them that they must remain there forever because "they abhorred the truth when the truth was brought to them."

Malkiel a.k.a. Malchiel ("God's king") - one of the many angels who guard the gates of the South Wind and one of the three princes who serve Sephuriron, the lowest ranking of the ten holy sephira.

Malkira ("king of the wicked") - Sammael's last name in The Martyrdom of Isaiah.

Malkiyyah a.k.a. Melchiah - an angelic ruler over blood. His name is used on amulets created to stop hemorrhages.

Malmeliyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Malthidrelis - one of the angelic rulers of Aries.

Maltiel - an intelligence of Jupiter who resides in the Third Heaven and presides over Fridays. He can be invoked in the west and, in fact, serves as one of the many angels who guard the gates of the West Wind. According to The Legends of the Jews he, not Malashiel, taught Elijah.

Maluzim - one of the holy angels who is invoked during goetic rites.

Mambe'a - an angel who is invoked during Babylonian rituals to guard against sorcery. One of his assistants is named Babhne'a.

Mameroijud - an angel who serves Jusguarin as a ruler of the tenth hour of the night.

Mamiel - an angel who serves Barginiel as a chief ruler of the seventh hour of the day.

Mamlaketi - according to Enoch 3, he is an angel whose other name is Uzza.

Mammon ("riches") - a fallen angel among the most powerful of the infernal hierarchy who governs riches. He also incites humans to avarice and many other vices. Occasionally he is grouped with Beelzebub, Lucifer, and Satan, and Nebuchadnezzar. Memmon is also said to be a regent of England and to hold "the throne of this world." In medieval times he was a Syrian God.

Manah - one of the oldest of the Arabic goddess-angels of fertility whose idol was destroyed by command of Mohammed.

Manakel - See Mankael.

Mankael a.k.a. Manakel, Menakel, and Menaqel - a guardian angel who protects and guides the animals that live in the sea. Pray to him to cleanse the ocean and also to inspire humans to take care of the waters and all the beings therein.

Mandrion - the supreme ruling angel of the seventh hour of the night.

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

Manesh - See Mahadeo.

Maniel - an angel who is invoked in Syriac spellbinding rituals.

Mansemat - another name for Mastema.

Mantus - one of the Etruscan's nine Novensiles, supreme spirits of worship, who resemble the Greek muses.

Manu - a spirit who presides over fate who is known to the Babylonians as "Manu the Great."

Manuel - a ruling angel of Cancer.

Mara - the Buddhist entity of evil loosely identified with Satan.

Marax - See Forfax.

Marbas - See Rofocale.

Marchocias - See Marchosias.

Marchosias a.k.a. Marchocias - a former angel of the Dominions who is now a marquise in Hell. When called upon in invocations, he manifests as either a wolf or an ox, with the wings of a griffin and the tail of a snake. He told Solomon that he hopes to be restored to his Heavenly position on the seventh throne after 1,200 years and his sigil can be found in the Book of Black Magic and Pacts.

Mardero - a demon of disease.

Marfiel - an angel who serves Vachmiel as a ruler of the fourth hour of the day.

Margash - one of the many names of Metatron.

Margesiel - one of the many names of Metatron.

Margiviel - an angel who guards the Fourth Heaven who is considered to be a prince of the face.

Mariel - an angel who is invoked during the creation of Syriac spellbinding charms.

Marifiel - an angel who serves Narcoriel as a chief ruler of the eighth hour of the night.

Marioc - See Marioch.

Marioch - an angel who, along with Ariukh, served as the guardian of Enoch's books. He was later replaced by God himself, who chose to take on the job of protecting Enoch's descendants in order to insure the preservation of his writings.

Mariockh - See Marioch.

Mariuk - See Marioch.

Marmarao - an angel invoked to cure the bladder problems that has been caused by the demon Anoster.

Marmaraoth - one of the seven Solomonic planetary angels and the only angel who can conquer the female jinniyeh of war, Klothod.

Marmarath - See Marmaraoth.

Marniel - an angel whose name is inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) used to protect one from evil.

Marnuel - an angel found in the writings of Rabbi Akiba.

Marnuthiel - an angel of the Rabbi Akiba's writings.

Maroch - an angel who serve Sazquiel as a ruler of the fifth hour of the day.

Maron - a holy name that is invoked to control demons conjured during Solomonic rituals.

Maroot - See Maroth.

Marout - See Marout.

Maroth a.k.a. Maroot and Marout("bitterness") - an angel who originated in Persian lore who, according to the Jews, along with Haroth, was sent to earth by God "with full commission to exercise government over all mankind, and to tutor and instruct them."

Marou - one of the six demons said to have possessed Elizabeth Blanchard. He fell from the order of the Cherubim.

Marut - a Persian demon.

Martyrs - the eleventh of the twelve orders of angels listed in Barrett's The Magus. The angel Gabriel is their chief.

Mary - the "queen of angels" in Litany of Loretto who is sent by God to receive the Lord, who enters her "through the ear," and who "comes forth by the ear," in The Apocryphal New Testament. The Book of John the Evangelist also labels the Virgin Mary as an angel.

Masgabriel - an angelic ruler of Sunday who resides in the Fourth Heaven and who is invoked in the north.

Mashit - See Mashith.

Mashith ("destroyer") - he oversees the death of children. He is also a cabalistic demon in Hell who, along with Af and Hema punishes those who are guilty of murder, incest, and idolatry. He is also one of the angels of punishment that Moses meets in Heaven.

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

Maskelli - See Zarazaz.

Maskelli-Maskello - See Zarazaz.

Maskiel - a guardian of the First Heaven.

Maskim - the Akkadian seven great princes of Hell, a.k.a. the seven spirits of the Abyss who "reside at will in the immensity of space." and "although their seat is in the depths of the earth, yet their voice resounds on the heights."

Masleh - the angel said to have "actuated the chaos and produced the four elements" and the Jewish ruler of the zodiac. According to The Ancient's Book of Magic, "the power and influence of Logos descends through the angel Masleh into the sphere of the zodiac."

Masniel - an angel who rules the zodiac.

Maspiel - an angel who guards the Second Heaven.

Mass Massiah - a Talmudic angel who is invoked to cure skin disorders.

Mastema - an angel of adversity, an angel of hostility, and the father of all evil who is the prince of injustice and condemnation. He is, however, like Satan, an obedient servant of God's as a tempter, accuser, and executioner. There is a legend that tells of Mastema asking God to allow some of the demons to remain alive so that he could use them for punishing mortals. Apparently God agreed and abolished all but one-tenth of the demons so that they may serve Mastema. In another legend, Mastema is the angel who helped the Egyptian sorcerers perform their magic tricks when Moses and Aaron went to confront Pharaoh.

Mastho - the "genius of delusive appearances" and an angel of the tenth hour.

Mastinim - a group of angels who serve Sammael as accusers. They are considered to be "the greatest angels of the nations," in Bamberger's Fallen Angels.

Matafiel - an angel who guards the Second Heaven.

Matanbuchus a.k.a. Mechembechus, Meterbuchus, Beliar, and Mastema (as mattan buka, "worthless gift" or as a form of mithdabek, "one who attaches himself") - the angel of lawlessness, an evil spirit.

Mataqiel ("sweet") - one of the seven angels who guard the First Heaven.

Matarel a.k.a. Matariel - one of the Enochian angels who reign over the world and an angel of rain.

Matariel - See Matarel.

Mathariel - See Riddia.

Mathiel - an angel of Tuesday who lives in the Fifth Heaven and that can be invoked in the north.

Mathlai - an angel who lives in either the Second or Third Heaven who rules Wednesdays and the planet Mercury.

Matmoniel - a "holy minister of God" who is summoned during Solomonic rites designed to help one obtain a magic carpet.

Matniel - See Makriel.

Matrona - the "angel of the Lord," the Shekinah, from The Zohar.

Matsmetsiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Mavet - anangel of death.

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

Maymon - regent of Air spirits and of Saturday.

Mazikeen - See Shaitans.

Mbriel - a ruling angel of the four winds.

McWilliams, Sandy - a fictional bald-headed angel from Mark Twain's Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven.

Meachuel - one of the three angels of the Triune God, the others being Lebatei and Ketuel, who are invoked during conjuring rituals.

Mebabel - a guardian angel of the innocent. He is similar to the angel Thesogar. He is also one of the seventy-two angels of the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac and is invoked by those who wish to steal other people's fortunes.

Mebahel - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Mebahiah - See Mebeahiah.

Mebeahiah - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae who is invoked for aid in conceiving a child. According to the cabala, he governs morals and religion. He is similar to the angel Smat and his sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Mechemhechus - See Matanbuchus.

Mechiel - one of the seventy-two angels of the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac.

Mediat - an angel of Mercury and the chief angel of those who rule Wednesdays.

Mendorin - according to The Zohar, an angel who resides in the heavenly Paradise.

Medussusiel - an angel who serves Samil as a ruler of the sixth hour of the day.

Meetatron - See Metatron.

Mefathiel ("an opener of doors") - an angel who is invoked by those who wish to gain access to locked places, a favorite among thieves and other criminals.

Megadriel("my great help is God") - the author of The Book of Megadriel who is a regent of the Seraphim, Cherubim, and Archangels.

Megiddon - an angel who belongs to the order of Seraphim in Klopstock's The Messiah.

Mehahel - an angel who belongs to the order of Cherubim.

Mehaiah - on angel who is a member of the order of Principalities.

Mehalalel - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Mehekiel - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Meher a.k.a. Mithra - the Mandaean yazata (angel) with dominion over light and peace.

Mehiel - the guardian angel of authors, orators, and college professors. He is similar to Astiro.

Mehriel - one of the members of the cabalistic order of Archangels.

Mehuman ("true and faithful") - one of the seven angels of confusion.

Meil - one of three angels of Wednesday who is invoked in ceremonial rituals.

Meimeiriron - the angelic personification of Hesed, the fourth sephira.

Mekhapperyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Melahel - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Melch-Zedek - See Melchisedec.

Melchal - See Tephros.

Melchidael - See Melchiael.

Melchiael - an angel prince who is invoked during Solomonic conjurations for helping a man to obtain the woman he desires.

Melchiah - See Malkiyah.

Melchisedec a.k.a. Melchizedek or Melch-Zedok ("the God Zelek is my king") - an angel who is a member of the order of Virtues. He is of "the hierarch most beloved of God" who is the king of righteousness. He is also considered to be a "celestial virtue of great grace who does for heavenly angels and virtues what Christ does for man." To the Phoenicians he is known as Sydik, the father of the seven Elohim and to the Gnostics he is Zorokothera. The Bible says that he is the legendary king of Jerusalem (when it was known as Salem). Hippolytus makes reference to a sect of third-century heretics who believed in a "great power named Melchizedek who was greater than Christ." He is also considered by some to be the Holy Ghost and he is "the prince of peace" of the Mormons.

Melchisedec's symbols are the chalice and a loaf of bread. The Medrash Tehillim says that he is Noah's son, Shem, and says that he helped to feed the animals aboard the arc. And, according to Enoch II, he is the supernatural child of Noah's brother Nir, and is suspended in infancy by Michael until the Flood abates sot that he can become a great high priest, the "Word of God," king of Salem, with "power to work great and glorious marvels that have never been."

Melchulael - one of the four angels of the sephira Malkut.

Melchizedek - See Melchisedec.

Melech - an angel who is a member of the order of Powers that is invoked during conjuring rituals found in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Melek-I-Taus a.k.a. Taus-Melek and Melek-Tawus - a Yezidic angel whose name is another word for the devil of Buddhism. When invoked during conjuring rituals he manifests as a peacock. He is also said to be "an angel or demiurge who created Eve from the body of Adam" in Forlong's Encyclopedia of Religions.

Melejal ("fullness of God") - an Enochian angel of autumn who rules that season's three months of the year.

Melek-Tawus - See Melek-I-Taus.

Meleyal - See Melejal.

Melha - the equivalent of the Buddhist Seraphim who is the chief member of the order of flames.

Melioth - one of the nine angels in the Gospel of Bartholomew "that run together throughout heavenly and earthly places."

Melkeial - See Machidiel.

Melkejal a.k.a. Machidiel - the angel who is first to rise and rule at the beginning of every year, and who rules again during the month of March.

Melkharadonin - one of the twelve angels who Ialdabaoth created "in his own image."

Melki a.k.a. Malki - a group of Mandaean angels who, like the uthri, are semi divine and charged with performing the Will of the Great Life. They are also "subordinate to the Creator, whose first manifestations they were." And, they can be invoked to lend their power to baptism rituals.

Melkiel - one of the four angels of the seasons.

Melkoutael - the Briatic equivalent of the sephira Malkuth.

Membra a.k.a. Logos - an angel who is considered to be the very essence of God, the name of God according to the cabala.

Memeon - an angel who is invoked to consecrate Salt.

Memsiel - an angel who serves Mendrion as a ruler of the seventh hour of the night.

Memuneh ("appointed one") - the angel chief of the memunim of whom it is said that the universe operates through, and a provider of dreams.

Memunim (the plural form of Memuneh - a group of angels who defend their earthly charges in Heaven.Enoch # says that they are of the "Song-Uttering Choirs," and in Jewish ceremonial magic, they are considered to be demons, even though Eleazor of Worms says otherwise.

Menadel - one of the seventy-two angels of the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac who belongs to the order of the Powers. He also keeps exiles faithful to their native lands. He is similar to Aphut, an angel of the cabala, and his sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Menafiel - an angel who serves Bariel as a ruler of the eleventh hour of the day.

Menakel - See Manakel.

Menaqel - See Manakel.

Mendrion - the chief angel of the seventh hour of the night.

Menerva a.k.a. Menvra - one of the nine supreme spirits or deities of the Etruscans known as Novensiles.

Meniel - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Menor - an angel who is invoked during Solomonic Wax consecrations.

Mentor - an angel who is invoked during Solomonic Wax consecrations.

Menvra - See Menerva.

Mephistopheles a.k.a. Mephistophiel ("he who loves not the light") - his name is comprised of the Hebrew mephiz ("destroyer") and tophel ("liar"), and he is a fallen archangel who is now one of the seven great princes of Hell, where he serves as a stand-in for Satan. He is also said to stand "under the planet Jupiter, his regent is named Zadkiel, who is an enthroned angel of the holy Jehovah."

Mephistophiel - See Mephistopheles.

Merasin - See Meresin.

Merattron - See Metatron.

Mercury - the cabalistic angel of progress and another name for Raphael and the Greek Hermes.

Meresijm - an angel who serves Sammael as a ruler of the first hour of the day.

Meresin a.k.a. Merasin, Meris, Metiris, Merihim, and Mererim - the lord of thunder and lightning in Hell and a fallen angel who controls the power of air. However, in Camfield's A Theological Discourse of Angels, as Mererim, he is said to be one of the four holy angels of revelation.

Meriarijm - an angel who serves Sarquamish as a chief ruler of the night.

Merihim - See Meresin.

Meririm a.k.a. Meresin - a ruling prince of the angels of Revelations "to whom is given to hurt the earth and the sea... he is the meridian devil, a boiling spirit, a devil ranging in the south." The Ephisian "prince of the power of the air" (Satan).

Meris - See Meresin.

Merkabah - an angel of the divine chariot, a Cherubim.

Merkabah Angels - six orders of angels who are nearest to and guardians of the throne of Glory. They include the Cherubim, galgallim, Hayyoth, the Ofanim, and the Seraphim.

Merkaboth ("carriage") - personifications of the ten sephiroth, the attributes of the divine, who serve before God's throne. Seven angels, one for each of the Heavens, who are said to be "the actual vision of the divine might." Also See Archangels.

Merloy - a lesser angel who is used in Solomonic invocations.

Mermeoth - one of the nine angels of the Gospel of Bartholomew who "run together throughout heavenly and earthly places."

Merod - "a most holy angel" used in Solomonic rituals.

Merof - an angel of the Seal from The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses who is used in the magical rites therein.

Meros - an angel who serves Vadriel as a ruler of the ninth hour of the day.

Merroe - "a most pure angel" who is used in Solomonic black magic rituals, especially those designed to conjure the Sword.

Mesarepim a.k.a. Mesharethm - an order of angels who are ruled by Tagas. They are considered to be one of the Song-Uttering Choirs.

Meserach - See Nisroc.

Meshabber - the legendary rabbinic angel who presides over the death of animals.

Mesharithim - See Mesarepim.

Mesharim - the angel for whom Joseph Caro (1488-1575) titled his book, Maggid Mesharim, that describes the visions that the angel gave to him. In the fifteenth century Caro served as the doyen of the cabalistic Safed community of Upper Galilee (Palestine).

Meshulhiel - tenth of the ten Qliphoth, the unholy sephiroth.

Mesriel - an angel who serves Oriel as a ruler of the tenth hour of the day.

Messiach - a Solomonic angel used when invocations "of the water and of the hyssop." During the ritual one has to recite passages from Psalms 6, 64, 67, and 102.

Messiah (a.k.a. Soter, Christ, God, and Metatron - a Cherubim guardian of Eden, which he protects with a flaming sword. He is also said to be a sephira of one of the four worlds of creation, the Briatic world, an angel of the Lord, the angel of the Great Council, and the equivalent of the Logos and the Holy Ghost. In the Bible he is the angel "raised above all principalities and powers, virtues, dominations." And Enoch speaks of him as being the "head of days."

Mesukiel - the third of the ten sephiroth of the Tree of Life who is similar to Malkut, Shekinah, and En Soph. However, according to Emanations of the Left Side by Isaac ha-Cohen of Soria, "worlds of horror and destructive imaginings spring from Mesukiel, resulting in a double emanation, with seven successive groups of pure angels (the holy sephiroth) on one side and seven camps of dark spirits (the Qliphoth) on the other."

Metarel - See Batarel.

Metathiax - one of the thirty-six decani, the disease inflicting demons of the zodiac. Metathiax is charged with causing problems of the reins, and only the angel Adonael is able to reverse his afflictions.

Metatron other spellings include: Metratton, Mitton, Metaraon, Meraton, etc. - the angel of many names who absorbed the characteristics originally ascribed to Jahoel. In Rabbinic lore, he is the greatest of all angels and sits next to God on his Throne of Glory. In many mystical and occult sources, he is also identified with Michael.

Metatron sustains the physical world and carries Jewish prayers through the 900 heavens all the way up to God. He stands at the top of the Tree of Life as the Angel of the Lord and is also identified with the "Tree of Knowledge" or "Good and Evil," which means he embodies both human and angelic perfection. As God's angel of death, he tells Gabriel and Samael which human souls to take and when, and he is the only angel within the heavenly spheres who was once human (Enoch).

Among Metatron's heavenly duties is that of heavenly scribe, meaning he is to supervise the recording of all human deeds in the Book of Life. He also helps humans to live a balanced existence, acts as witness to mankind's good deeds and the love that we give, and helps us to realize our potential as loving and worthwhile human beings. He also serves as a teacher to the children of Paradise who are there from having died prematurely.

He is the King of Angels, Prince of Divine Countenance, Chancellor of Heaven, Angel of the Covenant, Chief of the Ministering Angels, and the Lesser YHVH (a.k.a. the Tetragrammaton). He does the most of all the angels to protect humanity, as he is charged with sustaining mankind. He also rules the sephira of Kether, being the first and last of the ten Archangels of the Briatic world. In his feminine aspect, he is sometimes called the Holy Shekinah a.k.a. the Liberating Angel (Metatron in his feminine form). Metatron is Sandalphon's twin and the second tallest angel in Heaven (Ofaniel is tallest).

Metatron lives in God's abode, the Seventh Heaven and when invoked, he manifests as "a pillar of fire with a face more dazzling than the sun" with 36 pairs of wings and innumerable eyes.

Meterbuchos - See Metanbuchus.

Metrator - "a most holy angel" who is invoked when conjuring the Needle and other Iron Instruments during ceremonial rituals using Psalms 31 and 42.

Metris - See Meresin.

Miahel - one of the seventy-two angels of the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac.

Mibi - a ministering angel who is invoked during cabalistic rituals.

Michael ("Who is like God" or "Who is as God.") - an angel who is a warrior, protector, healer, and guardian. Originally a Chaldean divinity, in Christian, Jewish, and Islamic writings, he is the greatest of all angels, and is sometimes identified with Metatron. His mystical name is Sabathiel and in Islamic writings he is called Mika'il. In the Avesta he is "the deliverer of the faithful," Saosyhant the Redeemer. And the Muslims describe Michael as having emerald green wings and being covered with saffron hairs that each contain a million faces and mouths, which ask Allah, in a million dialects, to pardon the sins of the faithful. He has also been labeled as the Holy Ghost, Logos, and God.

Michael is the ruling prince of the Fourth Heaven, Chief of the Virtues, Chief of the Archangels, Prince Regent of the Seraphim, Prince of the Divine Presence, Angel of Repentance, Mercy, Righteousness, and Sanctification. In the Avesta (a sacred scripture), he is called Saosyhant, the Redeemer of the Faithful. He is the angel of rectitude and compassion, and the Guardian Angel of Israel and Germany. He is also the Prince of Light, Guardian of Peace, Commander-in-chief of the Heavenly Hosts, Guardian Angel of the Catholic Church, Angel of the Earth, and Prince of God. Another of his roles is to serve as the divine arch-strategist who protects Heaven from the legions of evil. He is a benevolent angel of death through whom it is possible to receive God's forgiveness and eternal life. He is also the patron of firefighters, policemen, sailors, soldiers, and shopkeepers, and the Persian Beshter, "he who provides sustenance for mankind."

Michael will be one of the angels, along with Dokiel, Zehanpurya and others, who weighs men's souls on Judgment Day. He is also the symbol of perfect divine justice who holds all of the keys of Heaven. He is both incorrupt and incorruptible. He is perfect and pure and there is no blemish upon him. And it is written that the Cherubim were created from the tears that he shed over the sins of the faithful.

He is the regent of the Sun, Leo, Sunday, and the cabalistic ruler of the eighth sephira and the planet Mercury, and is also said to have written Psalm 85, which is read to invoke him. As chief of the archangels and virtues, a prince of the presence, and the angel of repentance, righteousness, mercy, and salvation, he can help us to stand strong in the face of adversity, resolve our personal negativities, and to find strength when we are alone or feeling like outsiders. He is associated with the element of fire, which symbolizes the burning away of what is transient so that only the pure and essential light may shine forth. He is an angel who grants miracles and fosters mercy, repentance, truth, love sanctification, blessings, immortality, and patience. And, Christians invoke him as St. Michael, "the benevolent angel of death," seeking deliverance and immortality, and to lead the souls of the faithful to their heavenly abode.

To call on him for assistance, burn a red apple with laurel leaves while reading Psalm 85 on a Tuesday during a waxing moon. Place the ashes into a small red bag and carry them with you until your desire manifests. Then, throw the ashes outside your home for protection.

Michar - See Mikhar.

Micheu - a gnostic angel, along with Mikhar, who rules of "the waters of life."

Microprosopus - a cabalistic angel who was created from the fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh. eighth and ninth sephiroth to serve as "the left side" of good.

Midael - an angel of the order of warriors who is "a chief and captain" of the celestial army.

Middoth - the seven personifications of the divine emanations, similar to the sephiroth. Two of them, the angels of mercy and of justice, are said to have been key members of those who served as creator angels. The other five are the personifications of wisdom, right, love, truth, and peace.

Midrash - one of the many names of Metatron.

Miel - an angel of Mercury and of Wednesday.

Mights - another name for the Virtues. The chief angel of the order is named as Dynamis.

Migon - one of the many names of Metatron.

Mihael - the cabalistic angel of fertility and fidelity. He is said to be a member of the order of Virtues and to bear one of the seventy-two names of the Shemhamphorae.

Miha'il - an angel of the Second Heaven who governs a group of angels who worship Allah in the form of eagles.

Mihr a.k.a. Mihir, Miher and Mithra - an angel of platonic love, friendship and companionship. Pray to him to find a loyal friend or heal a friendship. He is also a ruler of the sixteenth day of September. The magi say that Mihr is one of two angels who will stand at al Sirat, a bridge that is "finer than a hair and sharper than the edge of a sword," to judge the souls of those who wish to crossover on Judgment Day. The other angel at stationed at the bridge will be Saroush. As a representative of divine mercy, he will hold a balance in his hand with which to weigh the actions the individual performed during their lifetime. Should the soul be found worthy, they will be allowed walk across the bridge, if not they will be cast into Hell.

Miher - See Miher.

Mihir - See Mihr.

Mijcol - an angel of the Seal from The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses who is used in conjurations found therein.

Mika'il - the Muslim name for Michael.

Mikael - an angel, along with Arpien, who holds sway over the decisions made by monarchs, noblemen, and governors. He can also be invoked to assist one in uncovering conspiracies against the states.

Mika'il - a guardian angel who is invoked during exorcisms.

Mikhael - See Mikail.

Mikheus - See Mikhar.

Mikiel - one of the seventy-two angels of the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac.

Milkiel a.k.a. Milkeyal and Tamaano, Tamaani, and Sun ("my kingdom is God") - a cabalistic angel from The Zohar who, as Milkiel is said to rule over spring. As Tamaano, Tamaani, and Sun, he is said to govern one of the months of summer. And, according to Enoch his name is an inversion of Helemmelek.

Milliel - an angel who either resides in the Second or Third Heaven who must be invoked in the south.

Miniel - a great and wise angel who is invoked in the south to assist one in the making and use of a magic carpet, especially to turn a cold and distant woman into a loving one.

Minutes - one of the fictional angels who, along with Time and Seconds, are mentioned in God Repents by Charles Angoff.

Mirael - an angel who is invoked in Solomonic rituals as "a captain and chief" of the celestial armies, the order of warriors.

Miri - an angel of the La Kabbale Pratique who Hilda Doolittle uses in an invocation at an unspecified, yet particular, hour of the day or night, in her poem "Sagesse."

Miriael - one of the angels of the order of warriors.

Misran - an angel of persecution who rules the twelfth hour.

Missabu - an angel who serves Arcan as a ruler of air on Mondays.

Missaln - an angel of the Moon who rules on Mondays and who is used in invocations.

Mitatron (possibly another name for Metatron - an angel who resides in the Third Heaven. He governs Wednesdays and is invoked in the west.

Mithghliel A' - an angel prince of the Hosts of X.

Mithra a.k.a. Mitra, Mihir, Mihr, an Ized, etc. - one of the Vedic bright gods, beings similar to the Judaeo-Christian angels. He has 1,000 ears and 10,000 eyes and is one of the deities who surround the supreme god, Ahura Mazda. One source says he is the equivalent of Metatron and Zoroastrians count him among the Iaeds. To the Assyrians he is a god of light and, in Heaven, his job is to tell the souls of the just where to go.

Mitmon - an angel who is used in goetic conjuring rituals.

Miton - one of the many names of Metatron.

Mitot - See Mitox.

Mitox - a demon who serves Ahriman and a Zoroastrian deavas of the "falsely spoken word."

Mitra - See Mithra.

Mitrim - See Oromasim.

Mitspad - one of the many names of Metatron.

Mitzrael a.k.a. Homoth - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae. He is also an archangel of the cabala who is invoked to confer obedience upon those who answer to superiors. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Mitzraim (the Hebrew name for Egypt) - one of the guardian angel of Egypt, the others are Uzza and Rahab.

Mivon - one of the many names of Metatron.

Mizabu - an angel of the four quarters of the Universal Mansions who is invoked on Mondays.

Mizan - an angel who is invoked during Arabic incantations.

Mizgitari - an angel of the seventh hour who protects eagles.

Mizkun - an angel of the first hour and whose name is inscribed upon amulets.

Mnesinous - a great celestial power who draws the elect up to Heaven.

Moakibat - See Moakkibat.

Moakkibat - two heavenly scribes ("al Moakkibat") who record the activities of men.

Modiat - See Mediat.

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

Modiniel - an angel of the Mars sphere, along with Graphael.

Molec - See Molec.

Moloc - See Moloch.

Moloch a.k.a. Molech - "the fiercest Spirit/That fought in Heav'n; now fiercer by despair," a fallen angel of Milton's Paradise Lost. He is also a Canaanite god of fire that required child sacrifices and for whom Solomon built a temple.

Monadel - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Monkar - See Monker.

Munkir - See Nekir.

Monker - one of two Arabic angels who have blue eyes and black skin, the other is Nakir. His job is to examine the souls of the new arrivals and decide whether or not they deserve to live in Paradise.

Morael - the goetician angel of awe or fear who governs the month of Elul (August to September). His sigil can be found in The Book of Black Magic and of Pacts by Waite, where he is also said to have the power to make everything in the world invisible.

Morax - See Forfax.

Mordad a.k.a. Amertati - a Zoroastrian angel of death.

Moriel - See Morael.

Moroni - the Mormon angel of God, son of "Mormon, the last great leader of the Nephites" who gave the Gospel of a New Revelation to Joseph Smith. A statue of Moroni was erected in Hill Cumorah, New York, where Joseph said he received the gold plates with the gospel etched upon them.

Moses - one of three humans who are take up to Heaven "to perform a service," the others are Enoch, now Metatron, and Elijah, who became Sandalphon. All of them are said to have been transformed into angels, though what Moses' new name is remains a mystery, although the Midrash Tannaim says that he is now Michael.

Mqttro - an angel who tends to the "sons of man."

Mrgioial - one of the four angels of the Sword who revealed the divine name to Moses. He is also said to be used in invocations as one of the nomina barbara.

Mtmiel - See Mtniel.

Mtniel - one of three angels who govern wild beasts. The others are Jehiel and Hayyel.

Mufgar - an angel who guards the First Heaven.

Mufliel - an angel who guards the Seventh Heaven.

Mulciber - an angel of Milton's Paradise Lost who erected high towers in Heaven.

Mumiah - an angel who, in conjunction with Atembui, holds dominion over the sciences of medicine and physics. He is invoked to grant one health and longevity. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Mumol - an angel who, along with Mutuol, is invoked to consecrate the Pen and Ink.

Munker - See Monker.

Mupiel ("out of the mouth of God") - an angel who is invoked for the gift of a good memory and a tolerant, live and let live attitude. He also inspires humans to be generous and open-hearted.

Murdad - the Zoroastrian angel of the seventh of July. In Historia Religions Veterum Persarum he is said to be the equivalent of the angel Azrael, and to be the angel who separates ones soul from their body when they die.

Muriel - a regent of Cancer, July, and the Dominions. He also serves Veguaniel as a ruler of the third hour of the day and is invoked in the south to help one obtain a magic carpet.

Murmur a.k.a. Murmus - a fallen angel who used to belong to both the order of Thrones and of Angels. As a great duke in Hell he commands thirty legions of infernal spirits and, when invoked he manifests as a warrior riding upon a griffon, with a ducal crown on his head. He instructs mankind in the ways of prophecy and can command the souls of the dead to appear before him to answer questions.

Murmus - See Murmur.

Musanios - a Gnostic aeon of the lower orders who serves as a ruler of the realm of the invisible.

Mutuol - an angel used in invocations from The Grand Grimoire for consecrating Pen and Ink, a powerful tool can be used for either the binding or exorcising of evil spirits.

Mapopiasaiel - a chief among the angels of wrath.

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Naadame - an angel of The Greater Key of Solomon who is said to be a "prince over all angels and Caesars."

Naamah ("pleasing") - one of the four dark angels of prostitution and a wife of Sammael's. She is the mother of demons and a corrupter of the fallen angels, and, along with Lilith, likes to afflict children with epilepsy. She is said to have corrupted the sons of Isaac, Azael and Uzza as she is considered to be "the great seducer of men, spirits, and demons." She is also said to have bore Shamdan, son of the devil Asmodeus. In Genesis 4:22, she is the mortal sister of Tubal-cain.

Naar ("lad") - one of the many names of Metatron.

Naaririel a.k.a. Naar - an angel who guards the Seventh Heaven.

Naariel YHVH - one of the highest princes of the heavenly court.

Nabu a.k.a. Nebo ("prophet" and "proclaimer") - the angel who inspired the creation of the Judaeo-Christian Archangels. He is the angel of the Lord in Sumerian theosophy an the son and servant of the god Marduk. As a recording angel who inscribes the deeds of man in the book of fate, his symbol is the lamp. To the Akkadians he is the deity who rules the planet Mercury, which makes him similar to the angel Metatron. According to The Legends of the Jews, Nebo gave Enoch to the Jews of Palestine, Metatron to those of Babylonia, so it only goes to follow that the two would eventually become one - Enoch-Metatron.

Nachiel a.k.a. Nakiel and Nakhiel - the intelligence of the sun in Leo. His cabalistic number is 111 and he corresponds to the angel Sorath, according to Paracelsus' doctrine of Talismans, which makes him one of the fallen angels.

Nachmiel - one of the many angels who guard the gates of the South Wind.

Nacoriel - one of the angels who serves Nacoriel as a ruler of the ninth hour of the night.

Nadiel - a regent of December and protector of immigrants and migration.

Nafriel - one of the many angels who guard the gates of the South Wind.

Nagazdiel - See Nagrasiel.

Nagdasgiel - See Nagrasiel.

Nagrasiel a.k.a. Nasragiel, Nagdasgiel and Nagazdiel - a guardian of the gates of hell and the prince of gehinnom (Hell) who gave Moses the grand tour during his visit to the Underworld.

Nahaliel ("valley of God") - an angel who rules over running streams.

Nahauel - a regent of the Seventh Heaven.

Nahoriel - See Nahuriel.

Nahuriel - one of the seven angels who guard the First Heaven.

Nairyo Sangha - one of three Persian angel princes who guard the three upper gate of the Underworld and a messenger of Ahura Mazda's. He is entrusted with the souls of the righteous.

Nakhiel - See Nachiel.

Nakiel - See Nakiel.

Nakir - one of two blue-eyed black angels of Mohammedan lore, the other is Monker.

Nakriel - one of the many angels who guard the gates of the South Wind.

Namaah - one of three immortal she-demons who will be allowed to live until Judgment Day.

Nanael - an angel who rules over the great sciences and can influence philosophers and ecclesiastics. He is also one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae and he corresponds to the angel Chromme.

Naoutha - an angel from the Gospel of Bartholomew who rules over the southwest with a "rod of snow in his hand" that he uses to quench the fire "that cometh out of his mouth."

Narcoriel - the chief angel of the eighth hour of the night.

Narel - an Enochian angel of winter.

Nariel a.k.a. Ariel - the angelic chief of the South Wind in Barrett's The Magus, an a ruler of the winds at noontime.

Naromiel - an intelligence of the Moon, ruler of Sunday, and a resident of the Fourth Heaven. He can be invoked in the south.

Narsinha - the "man-lion" avatar, one of the ten Vedic divinities.

Narudi - the Akkadian "lord of the great gods" whose image is used in houses to keep wicked people at bay.

Nasarach a.k.a. Nisroch - another name for Nisroc.

Nasargiel a.k.a. Nagrasagiel and Nasragiel - the lion-headed great and holy angel who, along with Kipod and Nairyo Sangha, guards the gates of Hell. He is similar to the Sumerian-Chaldean angel Nergal.

Nasharon - an angel of The Greater Key of Solomon who is a ruling prince of "all the angels and Caesars."

Nashriel - one of the angel princes who are governed by Suphuriron, the tenth of the ten holy sephiroth. The others are Ithuriel and Malkiel.

Nasragiel - See Nasargiel.

Nasr-ed-Din ("help of faith") - one of the seven Yezidic archangels.

Nathanael a.k.a. Xathaniel, Zathael, etc. - a ruling angel of elemental Fire and the sixth angel created by God, in order of appearance (as all angels were created at the same time). He is also an angel of vengeance.

Natiel - an angel whose name is inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) used to protect one from evil.

Nattig - one of the four main classes of protective Genii of Chaldean lore. They are very similar to the Kerub of the Babylonians.

Natzhiriron - the personification of the sephira Netzach, according to Isaac ha-Cohen. In the cabala this is Anael.

Naya'il - one of the angels residing in the Fourth Heaven that the Sufi Abu Yazid met while on his mir'aj, ascension, to the Seven Heavens.

Nbat - an angel ("light-being") of Mandaean lore.

Ndmh - an angel of the summer equinox who is invoked when creating an amulet to ward off the evil eye.

Nebo - See Nabu.

Necu - one of the angels who govern the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Nectaire - a fictional angel who is a renowned flutist in Anatole France's Revolt of the Angels. In the book he is a member of the order of dominions who is also known as Alaciel.

Nefilim - See Nefillim.

Nefillim a.k.a. Nephilim, Nephelin, and Nefilim - Hebrew giants said to be the offspring of human women who mated with fallen angels. They are closely related to the emim ("terrors"), the raphim ("weakeners"), the gibborium ("giants"), the zamzummim ("achievers"), etc. Their chief is Helel and, according to Hiwi al Balkhi, they built the Tower of Babel.

Nefta - a fictional female angel who was the love of Asrael in an opera by Francetti.

Negarsanel - See Nasargiel.

Negef - a holy angel of destruction who is invoked at the end of the Jewish Sabbath.

Nehinah - an angel of necromancy who is invoked to summon the dead.

Neithel - one of the seventy-two angels of the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac.

Nekir - an angel of the Talmud who, along with Monker and Munkir, interrogates the dead to find out which god they worshipped while alive. Nekir and Monker are both described as having a hideous appearance and frightening voices.

Nelapa - an angel of Wednesday who lives in the Second Heaven and is invoked in the south.

Nelchael - an angel who fell from the Shemhamphorae and the Thrones. In Hell he serves as a teacher of astronomy, mathematics, and geography to his fellow demons and he is closely related to the angel Sith.

Nemamiah - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae and an Archangel. He is also the guardian angel of those who fight for good causes, admirals and generals. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Nememel - one of the seventy-two angels of the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac.

Nephelin - See Nefillim.

Nephilim - See Nefillim.

Nephonos - one of the nine angels from the Gospel of Bartholomew who "run together throughout the heavenly and earthly places."

Neqael - an Enochian fallen angel who used to be a member of the order of Archangels. The name is believed to be a variant of Ezeqeel.

Nergal a.k.a. Nirgal and Nirgali ("great hero," "great king," and "king death") - a planetary ruler of Mars, as well as governor of a sign of the zodiac (probably Aries). An Akkadian lion-headed god with wings and clawed feet, and one of four main Chaldean guardian angels (genii). He is also the god of Kutha and answers to the name of Baal, a god in Hell. He is considered to be a god of the summer sun in Sumerian-Chaldean-Palestinian lore and a Gnostic king of Hell. In Hell he is said to rule over the secret police of the Underworld and is also said to be a god of pestilence, war, and fever. He also assists Beelzebub by spying for him.

Neria - See Neriah.

Neriah ("lamp of God") - one of the childbed amulet angels.

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

Nesanel - one of three angels used in Mosaic incantations to cleanse one of all sin. The others are Meachuel and Gabril.

Nestoriel - an angel who serves Sammael as a ruler of the first hour of the day.

Nestozoz - an angel who serves Sarquamich as a chief official of the third hour of the night.

Nethahel - one of the seventy-two angels who rule the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac.

Netoniel - an angel of black magic whose name is inscribed upon the first pentacle of Jupiter in The Greater Key of Solomon.

Netzach ("victory" and "firmness") - the seventh sephira of the Tree of Life, the ruling angel of which is said to be Haniel.

Netzael - See Netzach.

Nibra ha-Rishon - one of the highest-ranking angels who emanated from God, comparable to Metatron, Makon, Logos, and Pistis Sophia.

Nichbadiel - one of the many angels who guard the gates of the South Wind.

Nidbai - one of two Mandaean uthri (angels) who guard the River Jordan, the other is Silmai.

Nike (a.k.a. Athena and Victory) - the Greek winged goddess of victory in athletics, music, and especially battle. The Queen of heaven and a goddess of wisdom, skill and warfare. The Romans called her Victoria.

Nilaihah - a poet-angel of the Dominations who can be invoked by speaking any of the names of God along with Psalm 9. He is an angel of the occult sciences who reveals his prophesies in the from of rhymes, and hold sway over those who love peace and solitude. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique. Also See Nithiah.

Ninip - the Babylonian chief of the igigi (angels).

Nirgal - one of the four main classes of guardian angels (genii) of Chaldean lore. They are described as lion's with human heads, and their chief is Nergal.

Nirgali - See Nirgal.

Niriah - See Niria.

Nisah - See Netzach.

Nisan - an angel of the Talmud.

Nisroc ("the great eagle") - a ruling angel of the Principalities who was originally worshipped as a god by the Assyrians. He is also said to be a demon who serves in the House of Princes (Hell) as the chief of cuisine.

Nisroch - See Nisroc.

Nithael - a fallen angel who used to belong to the order of Principalities. Barrett, in The Magus, says that he remains one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae, despite his fall. As one of the angels who joined Satan in the rebellion, he now serves in Hell as a ruler over emperors, kings, and high-ranking clergy and civilians. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Nith-haiah - See Nilaihah.

Nithaiah - See Nilaihah.

Nitibus - an angel of the second hour who governs the stars.

Nitika - an angel of the sixth hour who governs precious stones.

N'Mosnikttiel - a chief ruler of the angels of rage in Jewish mysticism.

Noaphiel - an angel of the fifth pentacle of Saturn who is invoked by reciting a verse from Deuteronomy 10.

Nogah - an angel who "stands above the sun in summer to cool the earth," and one of two big stars (angels) who Metatron showed to Moses while he was visiting the Fourth Heaven.

Nogahel - one of the angel princes who are stationed before God as a receiver of the planets' spirit names.

Noguel - a cabalistic angel of Venus.

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

Noriel ("fire of God") - an angel of The Zohar whose symbolic color is the "gold of brass lit with orange." He is also one of the angels who guard the gates of the East Wind.

Nudriel - an angel who guards the Third Heaven.

Nukha'il - one of the Arabic guardian angels who is invoked during exorcisms, the other is Nura'il.

Nura'il - See Nukha'il.

Nuriel ("fire") - an angel of elemental Fire and hailstones. A regent ofVirgo and assistant to Michael, this "fire of God" is 300 parsangs tall and commands fifty myriads of angels who are all formed of fire and water. His height is only exceeded by the erelim, the the watchers, and by Af, Hemah, and Metatron (who is the tallest of all angels except perhaps Anafiel and Hadraniel. He is also a resident of the Second Heaven and can be invoked during spellbinding rituals. When summoned he manifests as either an eagle, if called through Hesed, or as Uriel, if summoned via Geburah (force). His power is such that he is included among other great angels such as Michael, Shamshiel, and Seraphiel. He is one of the seven angels ruled by Jehuel, the prince of fire, and his name is used in charms created for warding off evil, such as the oriental charms called kameas.

N'Zuriel YHVH - one of the eight angel princes of the Merkabah who are superior to all angels including Metatron.

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Obaddon a.k.a. Abaddon ("minister of death" and "angel of the bottomless pit") - a seraph who accompanies Ithuriel.

Obizuth - the female dragon who the archangel Bazazath sets to flight.

Och - the Olympic spirit of the Sun and ruler of twenty-eight of the 196 Olympic provinces. He commands 36,536 legions of solar spirits and can grant 600 years of life and perfect health to humans. The Sun is the planet of good health, longevity, and the heart chakra. Och is also said to rule morals and to be a "prince of alchemy". His sigil can be found in Budge's Amulets and Talismans.

Octinomon - a "most holy angel of god" who is invoked during rituals to conjure the Reed.

Octinomos - See Octinomon.

Oeillet - a fallen angel.

Oertha - an angel of the north who has torches of fire that he keeps near his sides, so that they warm "the great coldness of him that he freeze not the world."

Oethra - one of the nine angels of the Gospel of Bartholomew who "run together throughout heavenly and earthly places."

Ofael - an angel of the Fifth Heaven and ruler of Tuesday who is invoked in the south.

Ofan - See Ofaniel.

Ofaniel a.k.a. Ophaniel, Opaniel, Ofniel, Ophan, and Yahriel - regent and namesake of the Ofanim who governs the Moon as "the angel of the wheel of the moon." As a member of the Ofanim, his job is to carry out the orders of the Powers. And, according to Enoch he has sixteen faces, one hundred pairs of wings, and 8,466 eyes.

Ofiel a.k.a. Ophiel - the Olympic spirit of Mercury, who rules fourteen of the Olympic provinces and 100,000 legions of spirits. He is also a member of the Powers and one of the childbed amulet angels.

Ofniel - See Ofaniel.

Og a.k.a. Palit - one of the Nefillim, son of Ahijah, brother of Sihon, and grandson of Semyaza - a fallen angel. In Judaism he is a giant who was killed by a strike to his ankle made by Moses. According to Numbers 21:33, he is the king of Bashan who is sent to Israel by God's command. There is also a legend that tells of Og being in the Flood and having survived by climbing on to the roof of the ark.

Ogdoas - a gnostic group of angels of the highest rank, "the world of the great archons." It is also the name of the Eighth Heaven, in Hellenic lore, the residence of divine wisdom.

Ohazia - an angel of the Divine Presence and one of the guardians of the Third Heaven.

Oirin - the Chaldean watchers over the kingdoms of the earth, as written in The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abra-Melin, The Mage.

Ol - a regent of Leo.

Olivier - an angel who fell from his position as a prince among the Archangels.

Omael - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae and a member of the Dominions. He is the regent of alchemy and helps humans and other creatures to procreate. He may be a fallen angel, but the information available about him is inconclusive, as he is said, depending on the source, to perform functions in both Heaven and Hell.

Omeliei - See Omeliel.

Omeliel - one of four angels whose name is found inscribed upon the third pentacle of Saturn, a symbol used in evocations found in The Secret Lore of Magic. Also See Anazachia.

Omiel - one of the fallen angels who cohabited with mortals prior to the Flood.

Omophorus - a Manichean angel who carries the earth on his shoulders, similar to the Greek Atlas.

On - a Solomonic demon who is invoked to conjure the Reed and a ruler of Monday who can be called upon to help one contact Lucifer.

Onafiel - a regent of the Moon.

Onayepheton a.k.a. Oneipheton - the name of an angel who God will call upon to make the dead live again.

Oneipheton - See Onayepheton.

Oniel a.k.a. Onoel - a fallen angel who supervises the fifth lodge of Hell where Ahab, a demon who will not be a part of the new world, resides.

Onoel a.k.a. Oniel, Hamiel, Haniel, and Anael - one of the great archons of Gnosticism. Origen says he is a hostile demon who, when invoked, manifests in the form of an ass. Origen also includes Gabriel and Michael in his list of archons.

Onomatath - one of Bartholomew's nine angels who "run together throughout the heavenly and earthly places."

Onzo -"a fair angel of God" who is invoked during the consecration of Wax.

Opaniel - See Oppaniel YHVH.

Opanniel YHVH a.k.a. Ofaniel - one of the highest ranking of the princes of the Divine Presence and a regent of the Ophanim, whom he constantly adorns and perfects for the Glory of God. Enoch says that he has sixteen faces, 200 wings, and 8,760 eyes that correspond to the hours of the year. He is also said to be constantly shedding tears of fire and any human who looks at his face is instantly reduced to ash.

Ophan - according to the ancient sages, another name for Sandalphon.

Ophaniel - a prince of the Moon and another name for Ofaniel.

Ophanim - another name for the Thrones and the Hebrew name for the Cherubim.

Ophiel - one of the Olympic spirits who rules 100,000 heavenly legions. He is a member of the Powers who rules over Mercury and may be invoked during magical rituals. His name is inscribed upon the Necromantic Bell of Girardius, a bell that is rung to call upon the dead. His sigil can be found in Witchcraft, Magic and Alchemy by Cornelius Agrippa. Ophiel is not the same angel as Ofiel.

Ophiomorphus - a serpent of Ophitic Gnosticism who is said to be the equivalent of the fallen angel Sammael.

Ophis ("serpent") - the Assyrian leader of the angels who rebelled against God. He used to be worshipped by the ophites, in the form of a serpent, as a symbol of wisdom - the same serpent that is said to have corrupted Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Barrett, in Magus II depicts him as a demon.

Opiel - an angel who is invoked during the creation of love charms.

Or - a great angel who is invoked during cleansing and fumigation rituals.

Orael - an intelligence of Saturn.

Oraios a.k.a. Oreus - one of the seven great archons of Ophitic gnosticism.

Oranir - the angelic chief of the nine angels of the summer equinox who can be invoked when creating amulets to ward off the evil eye.

Orc - See Urizen.

Ore'a - one of the angels who guard the halls of the Fourth Heaven.

Oreus a.k.a. Oraios and Horaios - one of the seven angels of the divine presence, creators of the universe, in Phoenician mythology. Irenaeus counts Oreus as one of the seven great archons of Ophitic gnosticism. And Origen says that his name is derived from the art of magic.

Orfiel - See Orifiel.

Oriares a.k.a. Narel - one of the angels who govern winter.

Oribel - another name for Uriel.

Oriel a.k.a. Auriel ("light of God") - an angel of destiny, one of the childbed amulet angels, and a ruler of the tenth hour of the day.

Orifel - See Orifiel.

Orifiel a.k.a. Orphiel, Oriphiel, Orifel and Orfiel - one of the seven Archangels, he is charged with protecting the wilderness and those who care for it. He is a regent of Saturn and Saturday. He is a ruling prince of the Thrones, one of the princes of the Divine Presence, and one of the seven regents of the Earth. He also serves Anael as a ruler of the second hour of the day. And, according to Paracelsus' doctrine of Talismans, he is a chief angel that replaces one of the Egyptian's planetary genii.

Oriockh a.k.a. Ariukh - one of two Enochian angels who God charges with protecting Enoch's books. The other is Mariockh (Marioc).

Orion - Saint Peter's guardian angel and ruler of the constellation that the Greek's named for their fabled hunter.

Oriphiel - See Orifiel.

Oriston - See Eserchie.

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

Ormary - an angel who serves Bariel as a ruler of the eleventh hour of the day.

Ormas - an angel who serves Uriel as a ruler of the tenth hour of the day.

Ormazd a.k.a. Ormuzd - the Zoroastrian God, and twin brother of Ahriman, the Zoroastrian Satan Ormazd is occasionally depicted as a bearded man attended by angels. The dualism of Ormazd and Ahriman was rejected by both the Jews and the Christians in favor of monotheism and a belief that evil only exists because God allows it (even though he doesn't like it).

Ormijel - an angel who serves Vachmiel as a ruler of the fourth hour of the day.

Ormisiel - an angel who serves Farris as a ruler of the second hour of the night.

Oroiael - one of the four great angels of wisdom of gnosticism who are said to be comparable to Uriel and Raguel.

Oromasim - according to The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses, one of the three princes of the world. The other two are Araminem and Mitrim.

Orphaniel - an angel who is invoked on Mondays as a ruler of the star Luna. Occultists also believe him to be "a great, precious and honorable angel, ruler of the first legion."

Orphiel - See Orifiel.

Orus a.k.a. Horus - one of Milton's fallen angels in Paradise Lost I.

Osael - an angel of the Fifth Heaven and of Tuesday who is invoked in the south.

Oseny - an angel who belongs to the orders of Cherubimand Seraphim who is summoned in the ceremonies found in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Osgaebial - one of the angels who rule the eighth hour of the day who, according to the Lemegeton, commands "a great cloud of attending spirits."

Osiris - a great god of Egyptian mythology who is married to Isis and killed by his brother Tiphon. Milton uses the name for a fallen angel in Paradise Lost I.

Otheos - an angel of the Earth who is invoked during cabalistic conjuring rituals designed to discover hidden treasure.

Othriel - an angel who is invoked during rituals as stated in the Vocabulaire de l'Angelologie.

Otmon - one of the many names of Metatron. It is the name given to him in Merkabah lore when he "seals the guilty in Israel."

Ou - another name for Uriel who appears in the War Between the Sons of Light and the Sons of Darkness, a text found among the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Ouestucati - "the lady of chaste hands" who rules an hour from the Hesperides and rules the sea wind. She is the corresponding angel of Iehuiah.

Oul - an angel of the Third Heaven who serves as a special assistant to Dalquiel.

Oumriel - a ministering angel of the Fourth Heaven.

Ouraphaios - one of the seven Elohim.

Ourpail - See Ourpahil.

Ouraphail - an angel of Mandaean lore.

Ouza a.k.a. Uzza - a fallen angel. In the Midrash Petirat Mosheh there is a discussion between God and Moses that reads, "the angels Ouza and Azael came down from Heaven and were corrupted, but that Moses was not corrupted." Ouza and Azael fell from grace by cohabiting with human women, Moses, however, after seeing God, abstained from sexual relations with his wife, thus retaining his purity. In Exodus 19:15, husbands are told to "come not at your wives" so that they could keep themselves clean in preparation for meeting God on the mount. All of this is, however, contradictory to the Jewish belief that sex between a man and his wife is a holy act that is blessed by the Shekinah herself.

Oza - See Auza.

Ozah a.k.a. Uzah - one of the many names of Metatron.

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