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Pa'aziel - one of the many names of Metatron.

Pabael - an angel who serves as a messenger of the Moon.

Pabel - an angel of Sunday who resides in the Fourth Heaven and is invoked while facing west.

Pachdiel ("fear") - the chief guardian angel of the Fourth Heaven.

Pachriel - one of the great angels who rule the Seven Heavens and, as do the other six, commands 496,000 myriads of ministering angels.

Padael a.k.a. Phadihel - one of the many angels who guard the West Wind.

Padiel a.k.a. Phadihel - one of the childbed amulet angels. He is also said to be the angel who appeared before Samson's parents.

Paffran - an angel who serves Samax as a ruler of air on Tuesdays.

Pagiel - an angel of the Moon who is invoked during rituals for the purpose of granting one whatever they desire.

Pahadiel - one of the angels who guard the Seventh Heaven.

Pahadron - the angel who rules the month of Tishri (September to October) who is regarded, in Jewish mysticism, as the chief angel of terror.

Pahaliah - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae. He governs morals and theology and is invoked to convert heretics to Christianity. His corresponding angel is Sothis.

Paimon - See Palimom.

Palimom a.k.a. Paimon and Paymon ("tinkling sound") - an angel who fell from the Dominions. He is an infernal king with 200 legions under his command, some of whom fell from the order of Angels and some who fell from the Powers. When invoked he manifest as a crowned young woman riding upon a camel. If it is a special occasion, he will arrive along with two great princes of the Underworld, Babel and Abalam.

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

Palatinates - a Solomonic name used for the Powers when invoking them in a spell from The Greater Key of Solomon that is designed to grant one invisibility.

Palit a.k.a. Og and Praklit ("the escaped") - another name for Michael that was used for him when he escaped from Satan's grasp while Satan was being cast down from Heaven.

Palpetiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Paltellon - a Solomonic angel who is invoked to consecrate Salt.

Paltriel - one of the angels who guard the fifth Heaven.

Pammon - an angel who serves Zaazonash as a ruler of the sixth hour of the night.

Panael - one of the many angels who guard the gates of the North Wind. He is not the same angel as Paniel, who serves in the same position.

Panaion - one of the great archons who stand before God's throne and another of the many names of Metatron.

Pancia - a "most pure angel" who is invoked during ceremonial rituals, especially those designed to conjure the Sword.

Pandelis - See Sereda.

Paniel - one of the many angels who guard the gates of the North Wind, not to be confused with Panael. His name has also been found inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) used for protecting one from evil.

Pappukal - See Ili-Abrat.

Papsukul - a Chaldean messenger of the greater gods.

Paraclete - See Paraqlitos.

Paraqlitos a.k.a. Paraclete - the guardian angel of the sorrows of death in the Falasha Anthology.

Parasiel - an angel who is lord and master of treasures and an angel whose name appears on the first pentacle of Jupiter.

Parashim - See Parasim.

Parasim - a group of angels or angelic horsemen, who either serve Tagas or Radueriel as one of the Song-Uttering Choirs. Or, as Enoch says, "When, it is said, the time comes for the recital of the divine song - the qedusha - the parashim 'do rage' in the general commotion and excitement of the occasion."

Parasurama - the sixth of the Vedic's ten avatars or divine incarnations. He is also known as Chirangiyah the Immortal.

Pariel - an angel whose name can be found inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) used for warding off evil.

Pariukh a.k.a. Marioc - one of the two angels who God appointed as guardians of Enochian literature.

Parmiel - an angel who serves Veguaniel as a ruler of the third hour of the day.

Parshiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Partashah - one of the many names of Lilith.

Partsuf - the singular form of Partsufim.

Partsufim a.k.a. Parzupheim ("the Godhead") - in cabalism, Partsuf is the essence of God that resides within the Sephiroth. The five ruling Partsufim who live in the world of aziluth are: Aruikh Anpin (long face or long suffering) or Attika Kaddisha (holy ancient one); Abba (the partsuf of Hochma or Wisdom); Imma (the Partsuf of Binah or Understanding), a feminine spirit; Zeir Anpin (the Impatient, the Holy One); Shekinah (the female counterpart of God).

Parvardigar - the Zoroastrian angel of light.

Parymel - one of fifteen angels of the throne who are used in the conjuring rites found in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Parvail - an angel scribe who serves as a keeper of heavenly records.

Parziel - an angel who serves as a guardian of the Sixth Heaven.

Paschar a.k.a. Psachar - one of the seven angels who stand before the Holy Throne. He is in charge of carrying out the decrees of the celestial Powers. He is also one of the angels who guard the halls of the Seventh Heaven.

Pasiel - a regent of Pisces. He is also the Jewish angel of Hell who rules the sixth of the seven infernal lodges.

Pasisiel - an angel who guards the Seventh Heaven.

Paspassim - an angel who serves as an assistant to Metatron.

Pastor - an angel from The Secret Grimoire of Turiel who is invoked during conjuring rites designed to fulfill one's desires.

Pasuy - an angel who serves as a guardian of the Fourth Heaven.

Patha - an angel who is invoked at the close of the Jewish Sabbath.

Pathatumon a.k.a. Pathtumon, Patheon and Pathumaton - one of the secret names of God that is used in Solomonic rites designed to bind demons. Moses invoked him to bring darkness to the land of Egypt.

Patheon - See Pathatumon.

Pathiel - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Pathtumon - See Pathatumon.

Pathumaton - See Pathatumon.

Patrozin - an angel who serves Abasdarhon as a ruler of the fifth hour of the night.

Patspetsiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Petteny - an angel of The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses who is invoked during cabalistic rites requiring an angel's assistance.

Paula - a fictional female angel of Daniels' Clash of Angels.

Paymon - See Palimom.

Pazriel a.k.a. Sidriel and Siriel - an Archangel of the First Heaven.

Pe-Re - another name for Michael and the chief of the order of Virtues.

Pedael ("whom God delivers") - the angel of deliverance in Jewish mysticism.

Pedenij - according to The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses, an angel of the Seal.

Peliel - Jacob's guardian angel and a chief of the Virtues. He and Zekuniel are both angels of the second sephira.

Penac - an angel of the Third Heaven.

Penael - a messenger of Venus and resident of the Third Heaven who rules Fridays and is invoked in the north.

Peneme a.k.a. Penemue ("the inside") - the fallen angel who taught humans the art of writing with pen and ink, an ability that is said to be evil and to corrupt humans. Peneme is, likewise, credited with having taught mankind "the bitter and the sweet and the secrets of their wisdom." He can also be invoked to cure stupidity in humans.

Penemue - See Peneme.

Peniel a.k.a. Penuel and Fanuel ("the face of God") - he is one of Jehovah's angels, the dark antagonist, a ruler of Fridays and a resident of the Third Heaven who is invoked to cure stupidity in humans.

Penpalabim - a "most holy angel" of The Book of Black Magic and of Pacts who is invoked to find hidden treasure.

Penuel - See Peniel.

Peor - See Chemos.

Peri - Muslim fallen angels who are ruled by Eblis. To the Persians they are evil but beautiful spirits, faerylike beings, who are the offspring of fallen angels and must wait until they've done proper penance before being allowed into Paradise. It is said that Mohammed tried to convert them.

Periel - one of the many names of Metatron.

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

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

Perrier - an angel who fell from the Principalities.

Pesagniyah - a cabalistic angel who rules the southern region of Heaven and is the keeper of the keys to the ethereal places. He also kisses the prayers of those in deep sorrow before carrying them up to God.

Pesak - an angel who guards the hall of the Fifth Heaven.

Peshtvogner - a fictional angel from Gurdjieff's All and Everything, Beelzebub's Tales to his Grandson who as an arch-cherub "All-Quarters-Maintainer" decrees that Beelzebub will grow horns upon his head.

Petahyah - a cabalistic angel who rules the northern region of Heaven. He kisses the prayers of those in need of deliverance from their adversaries before carrying them up to God, should the invocant prove worthy of such assistance.

Phadahel - See Phadihel.

Phadihel a.k.a. Padael and Padiel - the angel said to have manifested before Abraham, Jacob and Gideon in Genesis, Judges and Luke. In Jewish legend, he is the angel who was sent to Manoah's wife, the mother of Samson.

Phaiar - an angel who is invoked during Solomonic conjurations of the Reed.

Phakiel - one of the angels who rule the zodiac sign of Cancer, the other is Rahdar.

Phalec - See Phaleg.

Phaleg a.k.a. Faleg and Phalec - the Olympic spirit of Mars who rules thirty-five of the 196 Olympic provinces. He also serves as a ruling prince of the order of Angels and a ruler of Tuesdays.

Phamuel - See Phanuel.

Phanuel a.k.a. Uriel and Peniel ("the face of God") - an angel of penance who is sometimes identified as being one of the four primary Archangels. He is often equated with Uriel, as well as with Ramiel a.k.a. Jeremiel. He governs the repentance of those who aspire to eternal life, and fends off "the Satans." In early Hebrew times, his name was invoked for protection against evil spirits. In the Sibylline Oracles he is said to be "one of the five angels who know all of the evils that men have wrought." The Ethiopians have a holy day of celebration for him, as the archangel Fanuel, on the third day of Taxsas.

Pharmaros - See Armaros.

Pharniel - an angel who serves Beratiel as a ruler of the twelfth hour of the day.

Pharzuph ("two-faced" or "hypocritical") - an angel of fornication and lust. He is also one of the rulers of the fourth hour.

Phatiel - an angel who serves Abasdarhon as a ruler of the fifth hour of the night.

Phenex a.k.a. Phenix, Phoenix and Pheynix - a poet and a great marquis in Hell who told Solomon that he hopes to return to his former post at the seventh throne in 1.200 years. In the meantime, he rules twenty legions of the infernal spirits.

Phenix - See Phenex.

Pheynix - See Phenex.

Phinehas - as written in Judges 2:1, "the angel of the Lord came up from Gilgal" and who "when the Holy Ghost rested upon it, glowed like a torch."

Phoenix a.k.a. Phenex. - the bird in Baruch III that flies around in front of the sun with his wings spread to absorb its rays. In this way he protects all living things from being burned to ash. He also wakes up all of earth's roosters so they may welcome in the day.

Phoenixes - twelve-winged Enochian group of purple angels who reside in either the Fourth or Sixth Heaven, along with the Chalkydri. The two groups of angels are said to be high ranking angelic orders equal to the Seraphim and Cherubim, respectively. The Phoenixes are said to be "elements of the sun" and to pull its chariot. According to Enoch II, they are seen in the Sixth Heaven singing the sweetest of songs to greet the rising sun.

Phorlakh a.k.a. Forlac - an angel of the Earth whose name is inscribed upon the seventh pentacle of the sun.

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

Phronesis ("prudence") - one of the four gnostic angels of wisdom who was created by divine will.

Phuel - See Phul.

Phul a.k.a. Ful and Phuel - the Olympic spirit of the Moon. He rules seven of the Olympic provinces and is a regent of Monday. He is also the Supreme Lord of the Waters. His sigil can be found in Budge's Amulets and Talismans.

Phupe - See Rehel.

Pi-Hermes - the Hermetic ruler of Mercury and a chief of the Archangels.

Pi-Ioh - See Pi-Joh.

Pi-Joh - an Hermetic angel of the Moon and a ruler of the order of Angels.

Pi-Re - See Pe-Re.

Pi-Zues - an angel of the planet Jupiter and chief of the Dominations.

Pihon - one of the many names of Metatron, used when he is receiving the prayers of the faithful, his name becomes Sigron upon his shutting the doors through which the prayers are allowed in.

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

Pisqon - one of the many names of Metatron.

Pistis Sophia ("faith" and "wisdom") - she is among the greatest of the gnostic archons, mother of the highest-ranking angels. She is also said to have sent the serpent that tempted Eve into the Garden of Eden. The Texts of the Saviour say that Barbelo is her father.

Plesithea - the gnostic "mother of angels" who is depicted as a virgin with four breasts.

Pniel - a geonic angel who holds dominion over one of the months of the year.

Poiel - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae and a regent of philosophy and good fortune. He is also a member of the Principalities. He is also said to be one of the seventy-two angels of the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Porna - an angel of the Third Heaven who rules on Fridays and is invoked in the south.

Poro - an angel who belongs to the order of Powers who is invoked during conjuring rites found in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Porosa - an angel of the Third Heaven who rules on Fridays and is invoked in the south.

Portinari - See Beatrice.

Posriel - a fallen angel who rules the sixth lodge of Hell where the prophet Micah resides.

Poteh a.k.a. Purah - the angel of forgetfulness. He is invoked during the necromantic rites used to end the Jewish Sabbath.

Prajapati - a group of spirits similar to the Rishis, the seven angels of the presence, and the Amesha Spentas.

Praklit - See Palit.

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

Pravashi - See Favashi.

Pravail - a keeper of the heavenly records.

Pravuil a.k.a. Vetril - the holy scribe in charge of God's knowledge and the celestial scrolls. According to Enoch, who only speaks of him once, he is "quicker in wisdom than the other Archangels.

Praxil - an angel who serves Farris as an ruling officer of the second hour of the night.

Prebiou - See Damabiah.

Preil ("le grand") - an angel of Mandaean lore.

Prenostix - an angel who serves Zaazonash as a ruler of the sixth hour of the night.

Primeumaton - a Solomonic angel who is invoked for consecrating Water. He is also the angel who Moses called upon to bring hail down upon Egypt and is said to have "swallowed Corah, Dathan and Abiram."

Principals - the three primordial powers from the gnostic work Paraphrase of Shem where they are identified as Light, Darkness and "An Intermediary Spirit."

Prion - a "high holy angel of God" who is invoked during Solomonic conjurations of the Reed.

Procel - See Crocel.

Pronoia - in Arabic lore God sent four great angels to gather seven handfuls of dirt from the corners of the earth so he could create Adam. The Iranians and Chaldeans, however, both believe that it was the planets, among which Pronoia is counted, who were God's co-creators. And, to the Gnostics, Pronoia is a great archon who provide Adam with his nerve tissue when he was being made.

Propator - an unmoving aeon who is a permanent fixture on the Merkabah. He serves as the master of the Pole and is surrounded by his decans and myriads of angels. He is very supportive of God and resides in Heaven's zenith along side Pistis Sophia.

Protoctist Angels - the first group of angels credited with having sent the lesser angels to man to gift them with the Torah.

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

Pruflas - a fallen angel who used to belong to both the order of Angels and the order of Thrones.

Prukiel - one of the Syrian spellbinding angels invoked for creating charms of protection.

Prunicos - another name for Pistis Sophia.

Prziel - a fallen angel who is invoked for one to use against their enemies.

Psachar - one of the seven angel princes of power.

Psdiel - a fallen angel who is invoked to use against one's enemies.

Psisya - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Psuker - an angel of the Sixth Heaven who Uzziel serves as an officiating assistant.

Psyche - a gnostic demiurge.

Psychopomp - See Psychopompus.

Psychopompus - the singular form of Psychopompoi.

Psychopompoi - a group of angels charged with escorting the souls of the dead to their heavenly abodes. Sandalphon and Michael are counted as leaders among them.

Ptechout - See Rehael.

Pthahil - an angel of such power that he ranks second only to God in Mandaean lore. As such he is a ruler of lesser angels and is said to have assisted in the creation of life. He is also said to have created Adam's body, though it is God who actually gave it life. Other sources label him as being a prince of evil who is assisted by demons and planets.

Pucel - See Crocel.

Purah a.k.a. Puta and Poteh - an angel "who dissipates God's light," the lord of oblivion, and an angel of forgetfulness, who is invoked at the end of the Jewish Sabbath.

Puriel - See Puruel.

Pursan - See Purson.

Purson a.k.a. Pursan and Curson - a fallen angel who used to be a member of both the order of Virtues and the order of Thrones. He now serves as a king of the Underworld, where he commands twenty-two legions of infernal spirits. He is invoked as a revealer of the past, the future, and of hidden treasure. And, when manifests it is as a lion-faced man riding upon a bear with a snake in his hand.

Puruel a.k.a. Pusiel ("fire") - believed by G.H. Box in his translation of the Testament of Abraham to be the Greek version of Uriel, he is a fiery and merciless angel who probes one's soul.

Purusha - the First Cause (the cosmic spirit of Sanskrit lore), the cabalistic En Soph, the "unimaginable creator of the universe," the Christian God.

Pusiel a.k.a. Puruel - a fallen angel, similar to Hadriel, who resides in the sixth lodge of Hell, he is counted among the seven angels of punishment.

Puziel - a fallen angel who is invoked to use against one's enemies.

Pymander - the Logos, the very essence of God himself, the ideal human.

Python - second among the nine archdemons of the unholy hierarchy, "prince of the lying spirits." In Greek mythology he is the dragon that was born of the mud from Education's flood. He lived in a deep cave in Parnassus until he was eventually killed by the Sun God Apollo.

Puta - See Purah.

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Qaddis - the singular form of Qaddisin.

Qaddisin - along with the twin Irin, the Qaddis form the Supreme Council of God's Judgment. These four angels are the most exalted in Heaven, and each of them has more power than all of the heavenly hosts combined.

Qadosch - an angel who is invoked during Solomonic conjurations of Ink and Colors.

Qafsiel a.k.a. Qaspiel, Qaphsiel and Quaphsiel - a regent of the Moon and a guardian of the halls of the Seventh Heaven. In the creation of ancient Hebrew charms he is invoked to drive away one's enemies. The words on the charm are written with the blood of a bird before tying it to the foot of a dove. The dove is then set to flight, taking one's enemy with it. Should the bird refuse to fly, it is a sign that one's enemies won't depart either.

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

Qamamir Ziwa - an angel of light in Mandaean lore.

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

Qaphsiel - See Qafsiel.

Qangiel Yah - one of the many names of Metatron.

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

Qaus - an Arabic angel who is invoked during conjuring rituals.

Qaspiel - See Qafsiel.

Qemuel a.k.a. Kemuel and Camael - an angel who brought 12,000 angels with him to intercept the Torah before it could reach Moses. Either Moses, according to Jewish lore, or God, according to the Christians, destroyed him in the attempt.

Quaphsiel - See Qafsiel.

Quelamia - one of the seven great Archangels. He lives in the First Heaven, where he carries out the orders of the celestial Powers.

Quoriel - an angel who serves Vachmiel as a ruler of the fourth hour of the day. He is also invoked during the ceremonial rites of the Pauline Art.

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

Ra'asiel X - an angel of the host of X who is invoked in magic rituals found in The Sword of Moses.

Raamel a.k.a. Ramiel ("he who trembles before God") - an angel of thunder. According to some occult sources, he is a fallen angel.

Raasiel - an angelic ruler of earthquakes.

Rab-un-Naw - an Arabic angel of light who is similar to Parvardigar of Zoroastrian lore.

Rabacyel - one of the regents of the Third Heaven.

Rabdos ("staff") - a powerful and wise fallen angel who can change and stop the course of the stars. His duty as a demon is to choke humans to death, and he can only be stopped by the angel Brieus.

Rabia - one of the Mandaean uthri (angels) who follow the course of the sun.

Rachab - See Rahab.

Rachel ("an ewe") - according to the cabala, she is the Shekinah when she is dressed as the Celestial Bride for her reunion with God. She is one of the four matriarchs, rulers of a place in Heaven that is reserved for the great Jewish patriarchs.

Rachiel - a cabalistic angel of the Ophanim who rules Friday and the Venus sphere. She is also said to be in charge of human sexuality.

Rachmiah - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Rachmiel ("mercy") - the angel of compassion, often referred to as Gabriel. He is also one of the childbed amulet angels and one of the many who guard the gates to the East Wind. He can be invoked in rituals where one is in need of an angel's general assistance.

Rachsiel - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Rad'adael - one of the angels who guard the hall of the Sixth Heaven.

Radueriel - See Radweriel.

Radweriel H - See Radweriel.

Radweriel YHVH a.k.a. Dabriel, Vetril or Pavril - he is in charge of Gods Book of Life and Death. He is also the regent of poetry and chief of the Muses. His rank is superior to that of Metatron and, according to Enoch, a new song-uttering angel is formed from every word that he speaks. The ability to create angels is an exceptional power that only two others besides God possess: Dynamis, and Pistis Sophia ("the procreator of the superior angels").

Rael - an angel of the Third Heaven who rules over Wednesdays and an intelligence of the Venus sphere. He is be invoked in the north.

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

Ragat - an angel of The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses who is invoked during cabalistic conjurations. He is said to either be a member of the Cherubim or of the Seraphim.

Ragiel - See Raguel.

Raguel a.k.a. Ragiel, Raguil, Rasuil, Rufael, Suryan, and Akrasiel ("friend of God") - an angel of the Second or Fourth Heaven and a member of the Archangels who is in charge of punishing the other angels when they do wrong. He is also an angel of the Earth and is among those angels who were condemned by the Roman church council in 756 C.E. The Gnostics equate Raguel with Thelesis.

Raguhel - See Raguel.

Raguil - See Raguel.

Rahab ("violence" and, in Hebrew sar shel yam, "prince of the primordial sea") - a fallen angel of the ocean's depths, according to the Talmud, and an angel of death and destruction. In occult lore Kunospaston is the demon of the sea. According to Job 26:12 and Psalms 37:4, Rahab labels Egypt as an "earthly power of evil" and in Isaiah 51:9 Rahab himself is said to be "an angel of insolence and pride." He was destroyed twice, by God. First, for refusing to separate the upper and lower waters at the time of Creation and then, for trying to stop the Hebrews from crossing the red sea to escape Pharaoh's wrath. In another story Rahab is said to have returned The Book of the Angel Raziel to Adam after it had been thrown into the sea by jealous angels. In the Babylonian Talmud, Rahab, Leviathan, Behemoth, and the angel of Death are one in the same.

Rahabiel - an angel who, along with Phaniel, Ariel, Lahabiel, and Raphael, is invoked during the creation of a late Hebrew charm.

Rahamiel - See Rahmiel.

Rahatiel a.k.a. Rahtiel - an angel charged with keeping the constellations on their proper course.

Rahaviel - an angel who guards the hall of the Second Heaven.

Rahdar - one of the angels who rules the zodiac sign of Cancer. The other is his brother Phakiel.

Rahmiel a.k.a. Rachmiel and Rahamiel - an angel of love and compassion. He is said to be the transformed Saint Francis of Assisi, and is one of the angels of the apocalypse. He can also be invoked as protection against the evil eye.

Rahtiel ("to run") - a Jewish angel of the constellations who places the stars in position after Metatron names them.

Rahziel - an angel of Mandaean lore.

Rakhaniel - an angel whose name is inscribed upon the fifth pentacle of Saturn who can be invoked by reciting Deuteronomy 10:17.

Rakshas a.k.a. Samak Azur - a demon of Vedic lore who stole the Anant-Ved - the source of the Four Vedas. It was eventually retreived by Vishnu.

Ram Avatar a.k.a. Rama and Ramachandra - the seventh of the ten Vedic avatars.

Ram Izad - an angel of Persian lore who is paid for his services.

Ram Khastra a.k.a. Ram Khvastra - the Parsi equivalent of the Mandaean angel Ayar Ziwa who.

Rama - See Ram Avatar.

Ramachandra - See Ram Avatar.

Ramael - See Ramiel.

Ramal - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Ramel - an angel of the planet Mercury.

Ramiel a.k.a. Ramael Remiel, Phanuel, Jeremiel, Yerahmeel, and, often, Uriel ("mercy of G0d") - an angel of whirlwinds, thunder, and earthquakes who has various apocalyptic functions. He is charged with leading souls to judgment and is often called the angel of "true visions."

Rampel - an angel who governs deep waters and mountain ranges. According to The Alphabet of Rabbi Akiba this makes him one of the "splendid, terrible, and mighty angel chiefs" who passed before God to rejoice in the First Sabbath.

Ramuel - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Raphael ("God has healed," "the shining one who heals" and "the medicine of God.") - he is the Angel of Dawn, Prince Regent of the Second Heaven, and Prince Regent of both the Cherubim and Archangels. He is also chief of the Virtues and a member of the Seraphim, Dominions, and Powers. In addition to these, he is an angel who rules the south, a guardian of the west, a chief angel of the evening winds, and an angel of prayer, love, joy, healing and light.

Raphael is of Chaldean origin, and his first name is Labbiel. He is also the regent of the Sun and stands in the middle of it. To the Muslims, he is Azrael. He guards the Tree of Life and is one of the six angels of repentance. And he serves as an angel of science, medicine, and wisdom, as well as being one of the seven angels of the apocalypse and the ruler of elemental Air. In Enoch I, Raphael is labeled a Watcher, a guide in Sheol (the final destination of all Jewish souls), and one of the angels charged with healing all of the diseases and wounds of mortal children. The Zohar also states that he is charged with healing. In this instance he is said to heal the earth and man. His also an angel of the sixth sephira of the Tree of Life.

There is a legend in The Testament of Solomon that tells of Solomon prating to God for help in the erecting of the Temple, God responded by giving him a magic ring that was delivered by Raphael. The ring was engraved with the pentalpha, the five-pointed star, and had the power to subdue all demons. It was by using the ring to control the demons that Solomon received the help he needed to build the Temple.

Raphael being entrusted with the physical well being of the earth and its human inhabitants, he is said to be the friendliest of all the angels. He is also the angel of travel and safety. Not only is he propitiated to heal all illnesses, but he can also be asked for help with studying, contracts, and books. He is also able to help us seek the gift of healing that lives in nature and universal energy.

To invoke Raphael's aid, on a Wednesday, during a waxing moon, write your request on a piece of yellow paper and burn it in the flame of a yellow candle. Then, throw the ashes to the wind, from a high place.

The Rapid - one of the ten classes of angels in the Talmud and Targum according to Voltaire in "Of Angels, Genii, and Devils."

Raquel ("friend of God.") - an angel assigned to watch over the good behavior of other angels.

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

Rasamasa - he and his brother Vocabiel govern the zodiac sign of Pisces.

Rasesiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Rash a.k.a. Rashin Rast - the angel who serves Mithra as the minister of justice.

Rashiel a.k.a. Zavael - one of the angels who governs whirlwinds and earthquakes.

Rashin Rash - See Rash.

Rashith ha-Galgalim - See Reschith Hajalalim.

Rasuil - See Raguel.

Rathanael - an angel of the Third Heaven, who has great power over the infernal legions. He is the only angel who can defeat the she-demon Enepsigos.

Ratsitsiel - one of the angels who guard the hall of the First Heaven.

Ratziel - See Raziel.

Ratzuziel - one of the angels who guard the Third Heaven.

Raum a.k.a. Raym and Harborym - a fallen angel who used to belong to the order of Thrones. He is now a great earl in Hell who is charged with destroying cities and suppressing the dignity in man. To assist him in his duties are thirty infernal legions of malevolent spirits. When summoned, Raum appears as a crow and his sigil can be found in The Book of Black Magic and of Pacts by Waite. In the Dictionnaire Infernal, Harborym is depicted as having three heads: a man's, a cat's, and a viper's.

Ravadiel - one of the angels who guard the hall of the Fifth Heaven.

Raym - See Raum.

Raziel a.k.a. Saraquel, Ratziel, Akrasiel, and Gallizur ("secret of God" and "angel of mysteries") - an angel charged with guarding the secrets of the universe. In the cabala he is divine wisdom, the holy sephiroth Chochma personified and one of the nine archangels of the Briatic world - the second of the four worlds of creation. The Book of the Angel Raziel is said to contain all celestial and earthly knowledge: King Solomon is said to have come into possession of the book and based his magic upon what he learned from its pages; Enoch is said to have plagiarized it and distributed it as his own work, The Book of Enoch; and it is where Noah is said to have gotten the instructions for building the ark. In The Zohar it is written that in the middle of The Book of the Angel Raziel there is a secret writing that reveals the 1.500 keys to the mysteries of the world that were never even told to the angels. Targum Ecclesiastes says that Raziel stands atop Mount Horeb where he "proclaims the secrets of men to all mankind." Maimonides refers to Raziel as the "herald of deity," chief of the Erelim, and Adam's guardian angel.

Razvan - the Arabic "treasurer of Paradise" and "porter of Heaven."

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

Recabustira - an angel who is summoned to help one to obtain a magic carpet. According to The Greater Key of Solomon he is invoked by reciting the following chant: "Recabustira, Cabustira, Bustira, Stira, Ira."

Rectacon - an angel who is invoked in Solomon Salt consecrations.

Rectores Mundorum - the group of angels in Chaldean mythology who are in charge of the Underworld.

Regent - the name of a fallen angel in Milton's Paradise Lost V. He is either in charge of, or is one of, the regent powers that fought during the Great Revolt.

Regents - a group of angels from Milton's Paradise Regained.

Region - an angel who is invoked during Solomonic conjurations of the Sword.

Rehael - the angel of longevity and good health who inspires humans to respect their parents. One of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae and a member of the Powers. His corresponding angel is Ptechout.

Rehauel - one of the seventy-two angels of the seventy-two quinaries of the zodiac.

Rehel - an angel who wages war against the enemies of religion. His corresponding angel is Phupe.

Reliel - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae and a member of the Dominions.

Reivtip a.k.a. Rirvtip - an angel who serves Alimon in Mosaic incantations.

Rekhodiah - one of the four angels whose names are inscribed upon the second pentacle of the Sun.

Relial - the Arabic governor of the Fifth Heaven.

Remiel a.k.a. Ramiel and Rumael - an Archangel who is often mistaken for Uriel. He is also said to be one of the "angels who is set over those who rise" from the dead.

Rempha - the Egyptian ruler of the Thrones and an angel of time. He is also said to be the Archangels of Saturn.

Reno - the corresponding angel of Vehuel.

Requel - the ruling prince of the Principalities, according to The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

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

Reschith Hajalalim - a cabalistic angel through whom "the essence of divinity flows."

Resh - See Rash.

Retsutsiel - See Rezoziel.

Rhamiel a.k.a. Rahmiel - an angel who teaches humans empathy, kindness, mercy, love, protection and compassion. Pray to him for compassion from the universe or to develop it within yourself. Rhamiel is also the name for St. Frances of Assisi as the angel of mercy. St. Frances has also been called the angel of the apocalypse and, as such, he stops the winds from completely destroying the world until after the elect have been taken to Heaven.

Rhaumel - an angelic ruler of Friday who resides in the Fifth Heaven and is invoked in the north.

Rhum - See Ahrum Hii.

Ribbotaim - a group of angels who serve as God's chariot, just as with the Cherubim.

Richol - an angel who is summoned in conjuring rituals found in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses. He is also a member of the order of Powers.

Riddia a.k.a. Ridya, Ridjah and Mathariel ("the irrigator") - as the meaning of his name would imply, he is an angel of rain who rules over elemental water. His home lies between two abysses who, according to Hebrew lore, when summoned, manifest as a three-year old calf with cleft lips.

Ridjah - See Riddia.

Ridwan - the Islamic guardian archangel of the Garden of Eden.

Ridya - See Riddia.

Riehol - one of two cabalistic angels who rule the sign of Scorpio, the other is Saissaiel.

Riff - a fictional cherub from Clash of the Angels by Daniels.

Rifion - an angel who guards the hall of the Fifth Heaven.

Rigal - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Rigziel - according to Isaac ha-Cohen, in Emanations of the Left Side, he is the personification of the eighth of the ten sephiroth.

Rikbiel YHVH - a great angel and protector of the Merkabah. A prince of the Divine Council who has more power than Metatron. He is also one of the seven chiefs of the galgallim.

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

Rimmon a.k.a. Im, Barku and Tessub("roarer" or "exalted," in Hebrew) - a fallen archangel who now serves in Hell as one of the lesser demons and the devil's ambassador to Russia. Before being labeled as a fallen angel, Rimmon was both an Aramaic god who was worshipped at Damascus and an idol of Syria, as Barku ("lightning"). To the Akkadians, as Im, he was the god of storms and is also the thunder god of Babylonian legend. The Kassites call him Tessub and his symbol is the pomegranate.

Rirvtip - See Reivtip.

Rishis - the Vedic angels from which all of mankind is said to have descended.

Risnuch - an angel who rules the ninth hour and serves as a ruler of agriculture.

Riswan a.k.a. Rusvon - an angel of Hafiz's Odes in which he says of the Heavenly gatekeeper "dread Riswan's throne."

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

Rochel - an angel who is invoked to find lost things. He is also one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae. His corresponding angel is Chontare.

Roeled - a demon who causes stomach pains.

Rolhaiphar - an angel whose name can be found on the fifth pentacle of Saturn and is invoked by reciting Deuteronomy 10:17.

Rofael - See Raphael.

Rofocale a.k.a. Lucifuge Rofocale - one of the mightiest infernal entities, a Prime Minister in Hell. He has control over all worldly riches and treasures. Among those who answer to him are Baal, Agares, and Marbas.

Rogziel ("wrath of God") - one of the seven angels of punishment.

Rombomare - See Lauviah.

Romiel - one of the angels who rules over one of the months of the year.

Rorex - an angel from The Testament of Solomon who is invoked to control the demon of disease, Alath.

Rosabis - an angel who rules the eleventh hour and metals.

Rosier - a ruler in Hell who was once a member of the Dominations.

Roupa'il - an angel of Mandaean lore.

Rsassiel - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Ruah Piskonit - one of the many names of Metatron.

Ruba'il - an Islamic angel of the Seventh Heaven who rules over a group of angels who worship Allah disguised as men.

Rubi - a fictional angel who Moore says ranks second among the Cherubim in his book The Loves of the Angels.

Rubiel - an angel who is invoked to win at gambling by writing his name on virgin parchment and carry it on your body.

Ruchiel - a regent of the wind.

Rudiel - an angel who guards the hall of the Third Heaven.

Rudosor - an angel who serves Zaazonash as a ruler of the sixth hour of the night.

Rufael - either another name for Raphael or Raguel. He is said to have had a conversation with Michael about the fallen angels.

Rugziel a.k.a. Dalkiel - one of the seven angels of punishment who reigns over the ten nations. He resides in the seventh lodge of Hell.

Ruhiel - a Jewish angel who governs the wind and one of the great angels who bow before Metatron.

Rumael a.k.a. Ramiel - a fallen angel of Enochian lore.

Ruman - an Islamic angel of Hell who makes all new arrivals record their earthly evils before sending them on to Munkar and Nakir to receive their punishment.

Rumiel - an angel who guards the hall of the Sixth Heaven and one of the childbed amulet angels.

Rumjal - one of the 200 Enochian fallen archangels who are said to have assisted Satan during the rebellion.

Rusvon a.k.a. Riswan - the key holder of the Muslim's earthly paradise.

Ruwano - an angel who ministers to those who invoke him during conjuring rituals.

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

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