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Sa'adiya'il - an angel of the Third Heaven who reigns over a group of angels who worship Allah disguised as vultures.

Saaphiel - an angel of the Sefer Yetzirah who reigns over hurricanes.

Saaqael a.k.a. Sarakiel and, possibly, Suriel - an Enochian angel of the presence.

Sabaoc - one of the seven angels who the church council condemned to hell in 745 C.E.

Sabaoth a.k.a. Tsabaoth ("Lord of Hosts") - one of God's secret names and an angel of the Divine Presence. He is also one of the seven Elohim who Ialdabaoth created in his own image.

Sabaoth Adamas - an evil entity who reigns over the wicked aeons.

Sabathiel - Michael's secret name. He is also one of the Intelligences of the sphere of Saturn who imparts the Holy Spirit's light to its other members.

Sabbath - the angel lord of the Sabbath who sits upon a throne of glory in Heaven, an honor bestowed upon him by the chiefs of the celestial orders.

Sabbathi - See Sabathiel.

Sabiel - an angel of the first sephira who is invoked in magic rituals.

Sablil - an angel who is charged with catching thieves and a ruler of the ninth hour.

Sabrael a.k.a. Sabriel - an Archangel who is one of two chiefs of the Tarshishim, "the brilliant ones" who are the equivalent of the Virtues - the other is Tarshiel. He is also a guardian of the hall of the First Heaven and is the only angel capable of defeating the demon Sphendonael.

Sabtabiel - a cabalistic angel who is invoked during black magick rituals.

Sachiel ("covering of God") - a Cherub guardian of the hall of either the First or Sixth Heaven and a ruler of either Monday, Thursday, or Friday. He also rules the sphere of Jupiter and can be invoked in the south. Sachiel is an angel of water who helps us to get in touch with our intuitive powers and to be aware of our deepest feelings. To the goetians he is one of the four sub-princes of Hell and his sigil can be found in The Magus.

Sachiel-Melek - a cabalistic king of the Underworld who reigns over priesthoods and sacrifices.

Sachluph - an angel of the second hour who controls plants.

Sacla - See Seldac.

Sacriel - a resident of the Fifth Heaven and a ruler of Tuesday who can be invoked in the south.

Sadayel - one of three Archangels whose names are inscribed inside of a pentagram on a ring that is used as an amulet, the other two are Raphael and Tiriel.

Sadial a.k.a. Sadiel - an angel who governs the Third Heaven.

Sadiel - See Sadial.

Saditel - a regent of the Third Heaven.

Sadkiel a.k.a. Zadkiel - an Archangel and a regent of both Jupiter and Sagittarius. He is also an angel of mercy, good memory and joviality. Sadkiel serves as ruler of the fourth sephira, Chesed, and a chief of the Chasmallim. He is also one of the nine rulers of Heaven.

Sadqiel - one of the angels who rules the fifth day.

Sadriel - an angel of order.

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

Saeliah - See Seeliah.

Safkas - one of the many names of Metatron.

Safriel - a guardian of the hall of the Fifth Heaven and an angel invoked as protection against the evil eye.

Sagansagel - See Sagnessagiel.

Sagdalon - co-governor of Capricorn along with Semakiel.

Sagham - co-governor of Leo along with Saratiel.

Sagiel - an angel who serves Barginiel as a ruler of the seventh day.

Sagmagigrin - one of the many names of Metatron.

Sagnessagiel a.k.a. Sasniel, Sagansagel, Sasnigiel, etc - one of the many names of Metatron. He is a prince of wisdom and chief of the guardians of the fourth hall of the Seventh Heaven. He is also said to have shown the Rabbi Ishmael, upon his visit to Heaven, the holy books that contain the decrees for Israel.

Sagras - a co-regent of Taurus, the other is Saraiel.

Sagsagel - See Zagzagel.

Sahaqiel - an angel of the sky.

Sahariel a.k.a. Asderel - a regent of Aries who is invoked during the creation of Syriac spellbinding charms.

Sahiviel - one of many angels who guard the Third Heaven in the Ozar Midrashim I.

Sahon - a cabalistic angel of the Seal and of the planets.

Sahriel - one of the sixty-four guardians of the celestial halls of the Heavens.

Sahtail a.k.a. Sahteil - an angel of Mandaean lore.

Sahteil - See Sahtail.

Saint Francis - an angel of mercy and of the Apocalypse. He is charged with stopping the winds from destroying the Earth before the elect are taken to Heaven.

Saints - an order of angels in the Talmud and another name for angels in the Authorized Version of Psalms 89:7, where "council of the holy ones" is translated into "assembly of saints."

Saissaiel - a co-regent of Scorpio, the other is Riehol.

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

Sakriel a.k.a. Samriel - a porter angel who resides in the Second Heaven.

Saktas - one of the many names of Metatron.

Salamiel a.k.a. Satomail - a fallen angel, one of the great princes of the Grigori, who is sometimes identified with Satanail.

Salatheel a.k.a. Selatiel, Sealthiel and Salathiel ("I have asked God") - an Archangel who rules the movement of the planetary spheres.

Salathiel - See Salatheel.

Salbabiel - an Aramaic angel who is invoked for the creation of charms.

Salem - the guardian angel of St. John, the legendary king of Salem (Jerusalem).

Salemia - one of the five angels who transcribed the 204 books dictated by Ezra.

Salilus - an angel who is invoked to open locked doors and a ruler of the seventh hour.

Sallales - an angel of the planet Mercury.

Sallisim - an Enochian order of angels who are one of the Song-Uttering Choirs ruled by Tagas.

Salmael a.k.a. Samael - an angel who is equated with Azazel and Samael and is said to be a ruler of one of the celestial orders. He used to be in charge of accusing Israel on Yom Kippur and calling for the annihilation of the Jews.

Salmay a.k.a. Zalmaii and Samaey - a "holy angel of God" who is invoked during the consecration of Salt.

Salmaey - See Salmay.

Salmia - an angel who is invoked to grant one's wishes.

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

Salpsan - one of Satan's sons, a demon.

Salun - an angel who is invoked with ritual prayer.

Samil - See Samael.

Samael a.k.a. Canael, Satanil, Samil, Satan, Seir, Salmael, etc - a controversial angel of many legends, his name is the combination of "sam," meaning "poison," and "el," meaning angel. He is associated with Mars and Aries. He rules violence and destruction and is considered to be both one of the greatest and one of the worst of all spirits who exist in Heaven, on earth, and in Hell.

In Judaism, Samael is the ruler of the Seventh Heaven, others place him in the Fifth. He is also said to be one of the seven regents of Earth who is in command of over two million angels. In Talmudic lore, Yalkut he is Esau's guardian angel and in Sotah he is the angelic prince (sar) who protects Edom. In The Holy Kabbalah Samael is called "the severity of God" and is said to be the fifth among the Archangels who rule over one of the four worlds of creation, Briah. In Briah he is the angel of the sephira Geburah and in Three Books of Occult Philosophy by Agrippa, he is said to be the equivalent of the Greek God Typhon. Baruch III also refers to him as an angel.

On the other hand, according to the Secrets of Enoch, Samael is the chief of all the demons and the Angel of Death, the head of all devils, and the chief of all tempters. Another source describes him as "that great serpent with twelve wings that draws after him, in his fall, the solar system." In the cabala, he rules the tenth Qliphira of the Infernal Tree and his consort is Lilith. The Sayings of Rabbi Eliezer label him as being the serpent who, in the Garden of Eden, seduced Eve, thereby fathering Cain (the son of Eve who slew his brother (half-brother?) Abel).

Samaey - See Salmay.

Samaha'il - a Muslim angel of the Sixth Heaven who governs a group of angels who worship Allah in the guise of boys.

Samaiel - one of angels who cure stupidity in humans.

Samak Azur - See Rakshas.

Samandiriel a.k.a. Smandriel - a Mandaean angel of fertility who serves as a receiver of prayers. It is then his duty to determine when the prayers should be answered, at which point he delivers them to the appropriate source - God.

Samangaluf a.k.a. Smnglf and Samangeloph - an angel whose name appears inscribed upon a Hebrew amulet in The Book of the Angel Raziel and the angel who returned Lilith to her then husband Adam, after a long separation.

Samangeloph - See Samangaluf.

Samas - a ruling angel of Babylonian and Chaldean lore. who is the personification of one of the sun signs of the zodiac.

Samax - an angel who governs Air and serves as a ruler of Tuesday. He reigns over Carmax, Isfoli, and Paffran.

Samax Rex - an evil spirit used in Elizabethan black magick.

Sambula - an Arabic angel who is invoked during conjuring rites.

Samchia - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Samchiel - See Samchia.

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

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

Sameveel - an Enochian fallen angel.

Samhiel - one of the cabalistic angels who is invoked to cure stupidity in humans.

Sam Hii a.k.a. Shom Hii ("creation of life") - a Mandaean angel who serves as one of the four malki (uthri or angels) of the North Star.

Samiaza - See Semyaza.

Semiazaz - See Semyaza.

Samiel - an "immortal angel of God" who is invoked during spellbinding rituals. However, according to Of Angels, Genii, and Devils by Voltaire, and The Book of Scholia, Samiel is a leader among the fallen angels who is not only evil, but also malformed and blind.

Samil - the chief angel of the sixth hour of the day who governs many angels.

Samjaza - See Semyaza.

Samlo - one of the Gnostic aeons who will carry the elect up to Heaven on Judgment Day.

Sammael - See Samael.

Sammangaloph - See Samangaluf.

Samoel - an angel who is invoked by the Master of the Art in Solomonic rituals. He may be the same angel as Samoy.

Samohayl - a ministering Archangel who is invoked during cabalistic conjurations.

Samoy - an angel who is summoned during black magick conjurations. He may be the same angel as Samoel.

Samriel - See Sakriel.

Samsapeel a.k.a. Samsaveel and Shamshiel - one of the Enochian evil Archangels who was among the 200 who came down from Heaven to cohabitate with human women.

Samsaveel - See Samsapeel.

Samsaweel - See Samsapeel.

Samuil a.k.a. Semil ("heard of God") - an angel with who holds dominion over Earth.

Samyaza - See Semyaza.

Sanasiel - a Mandaean angel who stands at the gate of life and prays for souls.

Sanctities - a term for one of the groups of angels in Milton's Paradise Lost III.

Sandalphon a.k.a. Sandolphon and Sandalfon ("co-brother") - a giant angel and great sarim (prince) who, in Rabbinic lore, he is the twin brother of the mighty Metatron, hazzan (master) of song. Ruler of the tenth sephira and one of the tallest of the angels. He is charged with assigning each child a gender, upon its conception. Another of his duties is to weave the prayers of the faithful into a garland and send them on up to the King of Kings. He is also a regent of either the Third (according to Moses), Fourth (according to Islamic lore), Sixth (according to Enoch) or Seventh (according to the cabala) Heaven. The Greater Key of Solomon refers to Sandalphon as "the left-hand feminine Cherub of the ark." Like Michael, he is constantly battling Satan and he is said to like wearing sandals when he is in God's presence and leather shoes when visiting the Shekinah.

Sandalfon - See Sandalphon.

Sandolphon - See Sandalphon.

Sangariah - an angelic ruler of religious fasts.

Sangariel - an angelic guard of the Heavenly portals.

Sanigron Kunya - one of the fourteen angels who is invoked in the ceremonial rites found in The Greater Key of Solomon.

Sannul - See Sanul.

Sanul - an angelic member of the Powers who is summoned during magic rituals found in the The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Sansanui a.k.a. Sansanvi, Sanvi, Sansennoi, Snvi, and Sanzanuy - one of the three angels who helped to return Lilith to her then husband Adam after their long separation. The other two are Sennoi (or Sanuy) and Samangaluf. He is now a very powerful angel to invoke as protection from Lilith and her infernal brood.

Sansanvi - See Sansanui.

Sansennoi - See Sansanui.

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

Santriel - an angel of The Zohar of whom it says: "And a certain angel named Santriel goes away to fetch the body of such a sinner [meaning one who has not kept the Sabbath] from the grave and brings it to Gehenna, holding it up before the eyes of all the [other] sinners, that they may see how it bred worms."

Sanuy - See Sennoi.

Sanvi - See Sanvi.

Sanzanuy - See Sansanui.

Saphar - one of the three Seraphim of the Sefer Yetzirah through whom the world was created, the other two are Sepher and Sipur.

Saphiel - See Sapiel.

Sapiel a.k.a. Saphiel - a guardian angel who resides in the Fourth Heaven, rules on Sundays, and can be invoked in the north.

Sar (the singular form of Sarim, angel "princes") - the Hebrew name for the Archangels (Sarim). In Hebrew lore there are seventy Sarim, each charged with the protection of a different nation, and they are also referred to as the seventy Shepherds, as in the Shepherd of Hermes.

Sar ha-Kodesh - the angel prince of holiness, or of the sanctuary.

Sar ha-Olam ("prince of the world") - an angel who is equal in rank to Sar ha-Panim. The Talmudic angel who "bears God's name within him. Like Metatron, he is said to have written Psalms 37:25 and Isaiah 24:16. In addition to Metatron, he has also been named as Michael, Jehoel, and, by St. Paul, as Satan.

Sar ha-Torah ("prince of the Torah") - the angel Yefefiah.

Sar Shel Yam ("prince of the sea") - the angel Rahab.

Sarabotes - a Friday ruler of Air.

Sarafiel - the Islamic version of the angel Israfel.

Sarafsion - one of the angels who guard the hall to the Seventh Heaven.

Sarahiel - one of the angels who guard the Second Heaven.

Saraiel - one of the angel rulers of Taurus, the other is Sagras.

Sarakiel a.k.a. Saraquael - a prince of the ministering angels who officiates during sessions of the celestial council. He is also one of the angels who tend to the souls of human children who have sinned and a co-regent of Mars and Aries, his partner is Sataaran.

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

Saraknyel a.k.a. Sarakuyal - one of the 200 fallen angels who followed Semyaza to earth to have sexual relations with mortal women.

Saranana - a Solomonic angel of the third altitude.

Saraqael - See Sarasael.

Saraquael - See Sarakiel.

Sarasael a.k.a. Serea, Sarga, and Saraqael - a Seraph who presides over the souls of sinners. He is also one of the five angels who transcribed the 204 books of Ezra.

Saratan - an angel of Arabic incantations.

Sarea a.k.a. Sarga - one of the five angels who transcribed the 204 books dictated by Ezra.

Sarfiel - one of six angels whose names appear in the Palestinian mezuzah for use in the creation of amulets. To Occultists he serves Osgaebial as a ruler of the eighth hour of the day. He is also one of the many angels who guard the East Wind.

Sarga a.k.a. Sarasael - one of the five angels who transcribed the 204 books dictated by Ezra. The other four are Dabria, Seleucia, Ethan (or Ecanus), and Asiel. In this instance, Sarga is being used as another name for Sarea and Sarasael.

Sargiel a.k.a. Nasargiel - an angel who takes the souls of sinners to Hell.

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

Sariel a.k.a. Suriel, Suriyel, Seraquel, Sarakiel, Uriel, and Zerachiel - an Enochian Archangel who serves as a regent Aries and one of the nine angels of summer equinox. He also teaches man the course of the moon and is an overseer in the Sixth Heaven. He is the Lord's angel of death. An angel of hygiene, cleanliness, and healing. He is also invoked in ceremonial magic as protection against the evil eye. Sariel is one of the names said to appear on the shields of the "third Tower," a term that denotes one of the four fighting units in The War of the Sons of Light Against the Sons of Darkness of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Sarim (plural of Sar) - one of the Song-Uttering Choirs who serve Tagas.

Sarindiel - an angel who rules the twelfth hour of the night.

Saritaiel a.k.a. Saritiel - he and the angel Vhnori govern Sagittarius.

Saritiel - See Saritaiel.

Sarmiel - an angel who serves the prince of fire, Jehoel.

Sarospa - the angel who carries out the orders of the Ahura Mazda.

Sarphiel - an angel who is invoked in the creation of Syriac spellbinding charms, along with Michael, Shamshiel, and Nuriel.

Sarquamich - the angel chief of the third hour of the night.

Sartael a.k.a. Satarel ("God's side") - an evil archangel of the Talmud who rules over hidden things.

Sartamiel - one of the angels who rules the zodiac.

Sartziel a.k.a. Saissaiel - an angelic ruler of Scorpio.

Saroush - See Mihr.

Sarush - See Sirushi and Sraosha.

Sasa'il - a Muslim angel of the Fourth Heaven who governs a group of angels who worship Allah in the form of horses.

Sasgabiel - an angel who is invoked during exorcisms.

Sasniel - See Sasnigiel.

Sastashiel Jhvhh - one of the angel princes of the hosts of X.

Sataaran - an angel who, along with Sarakiel, rules the sign of Aries.

Satael - an angel of Tuesday who rules Air and the planet Mars He is also invoked during magick rituals.

Satan ("adversary," "opponent," or obstacle") - in the Old Testament he is ha-satan ("adversary"), a great angel, one of the most glorious, and definitely not evil. It's in versions of the New Testament that ha-satan becomes the fallen angel Satan who is the prince and embodiment of all evil committed to tempting humanity into sin and thus condemning them into everlasting hell. The Talmud gives the sixth day of creation as Satan's birthday and it is through a misreading of Isaiah 14:12 that he became known as Lucifer. His nickname in Rabbinic lore is "the ugly one."

The Christian and Jewish "adversary" who led the angelic rebellion against God and the other angels. He is the prince of the Air Powers, and, according to Jesus, of this world. He is the Great Seducer and Father of Lies. Before his fall, he was regent of the Seraphim, Cherubim, Powers, and Archangels. He was also prince Regent of the Virtues. Contrary to the teachings of the Church, the cabala and Saint Jerome say he will repent one day, and be restored to his former glory.

Satanail - the name given to the Archangel Beqa, by God, after his rebellion. Later, Satanail became known as Satan.

Satanil - See Samael.

Satarel a.k.a. Sartael - an angel of knowledge that is hidden, elusive and secret. He helps us to unfold ancient mysteries and knowledge.

Sathariel a.k.a. Sheiriel("he who hides God" or "concealment of God") - a fallen angel who rules the Qliphira of the Infernal Tree that "casts shadows upon Chesed (mercy)," the fourth sephira of the Tree of Life.

Satomail - See Salamiel.

Satrapies - the name of an order of angels that is unique to Milton's "The Reason of Church-Government Urged against Prelaty."

Saturn - a Persian angel who rules in the Seventh Heaven and a cabalistic angel of the wilderness. To the Chaldeans he is Adar, one of the ruing deities of the five planets. According to Milton, Paradise Lost I, he is a fallen angel.

Saulasau - a power of the upper world from The Secret Books of the Egyptian Gnostics.

Sauriel a.k.a. Sauriil, Suriel and Sowrill - an angel of death who is known as "Sauriel the Releaser" in Drower's The Canonical Prayerbook of the Mandaeans.

Sauriil - See Sauriel.

Savliel - one of the many angels who, according to the Ozar Midrashim, guard the Third Heaven.

Savaniah - an angel whose name is inscribed upon the third pentacle of Mercury.

Savitar - See Savatri.

Savatri a.k.a. Savitri and Savitar - one of the Vedic adityas ("infinite ones"). Savatri is a sun deity with "a golden hand, golden eyes" who is "drawn by luminous brown steeds with white feet." In Vedic hymns Savatri is said to be equal to the Prajapati.

Savitar - See Savatri.

Savitri - See Savatri.

Savliel - an angel who serves as a porter or guard of the Third Heaven.

Savsa - on of the angels who guard the hall of the Sixth Heaven.

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

Sawael - a cabalistic angel of whirlwind.

Sazquiel - the angel who rules the fifth hour of the night. He has ten chiefs and 100 lesser angelic officers, each with their own attendants, serving under him.

Scamijm - an angel who serves in the First Heaven.

Schabtaiel - See Schebtaiel.

Schechinah - See Shekinah.

Schachlil - the angel of transcendental magick who rules the sun's rays and ruler of the ninth hour.

Schachniel - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Schaddyl - one of the fifteen angels of the throne in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Schaltiel - an angel who, along with Iadara, governs the sign of Virgo.

Scharial - an angel from out of Sodom who can be invoked to cure painful boils.

Schawayt - one of the fifteen throne angels of The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Schebtaiel a.k.a. Sabathi - a regent of Saturn.

Schekinah - See Shekinah.

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

Schiekron - an angel of bestial love and a ruler of the fourth hour.

Schimuel - according to The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses, one of the fifteen angels who stand before the Throne of God.

Schioel - an angel of The Greater Key of Solomon whose name is inscribed upon the first pentacle of the Moon.

Schleliel - a ruling angel of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Schrewniel ("convert") - a Mosaic angel who is invoked to give one a good memory and an open heart.

Scigin - an angel of the goetic grimoires who is invoked during rituals found therein.

Sealiah - See Seeliah.

Sealtiel ("request of God") - an Archangel whose name is found in the Dictionary of Mythology Folklore and Symbols by Jobes.

Seba'im - an Enochian order of angels of whom he says, "When the time draws nigh for the recital of the heavenly song, all the hosts (the seba'im) are afrighted."

Sebalim - on of the groups of angels who are counted among the Song-Uttering Choirs that answer to Tagas.

Sebhael - See Sebhil.

Seclam - an angel member of the Powers who is invoked during ceremonial ritual found in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Sebhil a.k.a. Sebhael - an Arabic angel who guards the books that contain the records of mankind's good and evil deeds.

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

Sedekiah - an angel invoked to find hidden treasures. His name can be found inscribed upon one of the Solomonic pentacles of Jupiter.

Sedim (the plural form of sedu) - guardian angels of the Talmud Abot who are invoked during exorcisms.

Sedu - the singular form of Sedim.

Seehiah - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae, and a member of the Dominions, who is invoked to prolong life and grant one the gift of good health.

Seeliah - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae and a cabalistic angel of earthly vegetation who fell from the order of Virtues. If one wishes to invoke him, it is best done with the recitation of a verse from Psalm 93.

Sefoniel - one of two angel princes who rule the universe, the other is Ioniel. They are both invoked during Solomonic rites.

Sefriel - one of the angels who guard the Fifth Heaven.

Segef - one of the angels of destruction who are invoked at the close of the Jewish Sabbath.

Segsuhiel YHVH - one of the angel princes of the hosts of X (i.e. God).

Sehaltiel - an angel who is invoked to banish the archfiend Moloch.

Seheiah - one of two angels who is invoked as protection against fire and illness, the other is Sethacer. He is also an angel of longevity. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Sehibiel - one of the angels who guard the Second Heaven.

Seimelkhe - one of the angels of Gnosticism who is considered to be both a member of the Powers and an aeons.

Seir - Nahmanides gives Seir as another name for Samael in Bamberger's Fallen Angels.

Seket - a female cabalistic angel who lives in Egypt. She reigns over part of an hour and manifests when properly invoked.

Seldac a.k.a. Sellao, Esaldaio, and Sacla - a Gnostic angel of the order of Powers who reigns over heavenly baptisms.

Selemia a.k.a. Shelemiah and Seleucia - one of the five angels who transcribed the 204 books dictated by Ezra.

Seleucia - See Selemia.

Selith - a member of the Seraphim who serves as one of two guardian angels who protect the Virgin Mary and St. John the Divine.

Sellao - See Seldac.

Semakiel a.k.a. Semaqiel - one of two angels who rule over the zodiac sign of Capricorn, the other is Sagdalon.

Semalion - the Talmudic angel said to have announce "The great scribe is dead!" upon the demise of Moses.

Semanglaf a.k.a. Samangaluf - an angel who is invoked to assist pregnant women and one of the three angels who returned Lilith to her then husband Adam after their long separation.

Semaqiel - See Semakiel.

Semeliel a.k.a. Semishial - one of the seven angels who always stands in front of God and who knows the names of the Planetary Spirits and Agrippa's angel of the Sun.

Semechiah - See Semeliel.

Semiaxas - See Semyaza.

Semiaza - See Semyaza.

Semiazaz - See Semyaza.

Semibel a.k.a. Simiel - one of the seven reprobated angels of 745 C.E.

Semil - See Samuil.

Semishia - See Semeliel.

Semishial - See Semelial.

Semjaza - See Semyaza.

Semyaza a.k.a. Semiaza, Shemhazai, Shamazya, Shehazi, Shamayza, Amezyarak, etc. - a chief of the fallen angels, the Grigori, and one of the sons of god who had sexual relations with mortal women. He is said to be suspended, head down, between Heaven and Earth as the constellation Orion. Semyaza is also said to be the Seraph that Ishtahar tried to seduce into telling her God's true name.

Senacher - See Elemiah.

Senciner - an angel of the Powers who watched over Aedipus Aegyptiacus, according to La Kabbale Pratique. He is also the corresponding angel for Michael.

Senegorin - a group of 1,800 advocate angels who serve Metatron.

Sennoi a.k.a. Sinui, Senoi, and Sanuy - one of the three angels who returned Lilith to her then husband Adam after their long separation. Even then Lilith was evil, but she carried an amulet with Sennoi's name on it that stopped her from harming anyone, especially infants. Today name is used for the creation an amulet to aid pregnant women.

Senoi - See Sennoi.

Sensenoi - See Sennoi.

Sensenya - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Sentacer - See Ielahiah.

Sephar - See Vepar.

Sepharon - an angel who serves Gamiel as a chief officer of the first hour of the night.

Sepher - one of the three Seraphim "through whom the world was created," the others are Saphar and Sipur.

Sepheriel - in the Greater Key of Solomon it says that God speaking his name will bring on the final judgment.

Sephiroth a.k.a. Sephiroth (the plural of sephira - an angel who is invoked during cabalistic rituals as a Power of the fifth Seal.

Sephon - See Typhon.

Sephuriron - another name for Mahlkoot of the Tree of Life and the angelic commander of the Sarim Ithuriel, Malkiel, and Nashriel. In Milton's Paradise Lost i he is the angel sent to find Satan.

Serabilin - See Jesubilin.

Serael - an angel of the Fifth Heaven.

Serakel - an angel of fruit-bearing trees.

Seralif - an anagram of Israfel.

Seraph ("fiery serpent" and the singular form of Seraphim) - an angel who belongs to the order of the Seraphim who, along with others, rules over elemental Fire.

Seraphiel YHVH - an Archangel ruler of the Seraphim who ranks highest among the princes of the Merkabah as one of the throne angels of judgment. He is the prince of Peace and the most exalted of the Merkabah's princes, and is always present during Divine Councils. He is the chief spirit of Mercury and a regent of Tuesday who is invoked in the north. According to Enoch, he is the most dazzling of the Lord's angels. His entire body is said to be covered with stars: from his feet up to his knees he emits the light of the firmament, from his knees up to his thighs the light of the morning star, from thighs to waist shines the light of the moon, from waist to neck the light of the sun, and from his neck to the top of his head, the Infinite Light.

Serapiel - an angel who serves Sazquiel as a ruler of the fifth hour of the day.

Seraquel - See Sariel.

Seraquiel - a "strong and powerful angel," of Barrett's The Magus II, who is invoked on Saturdays.

Sereda - a fictional angel of Cabell's Jurgen who is a female ruler of Wednesday. She is also the one who "washes away all of the colors in the world" and sister to Pandelis.

Seref - an angel who carried the bodies of dead Egyptian kings to Heaven.

Seriel a.k.a. Sariel - a fallen angel who taught mankind the significance of the moon. However, as Sariel he serves a different role.

Serosh - See Sraosha.

Serpanim ("prince of the face") - an angel of the order of Powers who resides in Briah, one of the Four Worlds of Creation.

Seruf a.k.a. Seruph - a member of the Seraphim who reigns over fire. His is also another name for Nathaniel. In The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses he is said to be of both the order of force (i.e. Virtues and the Seraphim.

Seruph - See Seruf.

Serviel - an angel who serves Vaguaniel as a ruler of the third hour of the day.

Sesengen-Barpharanges - See Sesenges-Barpharanges.

Sesenges-Barpharanges - the Coptic Christian name for a group of angels and the name of a powerful demon in Hell.

Setchiel - an angel who is served by Turiel in magickal conjurations. Also see Chedustaniel and Corael.

Seth - one of the seven great archons in gnosticism.

Sethacer - See Sheheiah.

Setheus - a great angel who resides in Sixth Heaven.

Sethlans - one of the Etruscan Gods called Novensiles.

Setphael - an angel who guards the hall of the First Heaven.

Sgrdtsih - one of the angels who tend to mankind.

Shabni - an angel who is invoked in Solomonic ceremonies.

Shabti - See Shabni.

Shachaqiel - See Shahakiel.

Shachmiel - an angel whose name is inscribed upon an oriental Hebrew charm (kamea) used to protect one against evil.

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

Shaftiel - a principal regent of Hell, where he rules over the shadow of death. He lives in the third lodge of the Infernal Divisions. He is also one of the demons who punish the ten nations "for cause."

Shaftiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Shahakiel a.k.a. Shachaqiel - an Enochian Archangel, who is the namesake of the Shahakim, and one of the princes of the Fourth Heaven.

Shahakim - an order of angels belonging to the Enochian hierarchy.

Shahariel - one of the angels who guard the Second Heaven.

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

Shahrivar - the Zoroastrian angel of August who rules the fourth day of the month.

Shahrivari - See Shahrivar.

Shaitan a.k.a. Satan - an infernal entity of Muslim lore. Shaitan is characteristically identical to Iblis and, in the Koran, is said to have lured the Queen of Sheba and her people into worshipping the sun instead of Allah.

Shaitans a.k.a. Shedeem, Sheytans, Shedim, Mazikeen - a group of male evil beings with the feet of roosters, the females are called Lilin.

Shakti - the bride of the Vedic God Shiva. She has the same characteristics as Shekinah.

Shakziel - an angel who rules over water bugs.

Shalgiel - an angel who rules over snow.

Shalhevita - an angel who guards the Seventh Heaven.

Shalkiel - an angel whose name is found inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) used to protect one against evil.

Shalmiel - an angel whose name is found inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) used to protect one against evil.

Shaltiel - an angel whose name, along with those of Michael, Raphael, and Uriel, is inscribed upon bowls that have been found in the Euphrates Valley and is invoked when creating charms of protection.

Shamad ("the destroyer") - See Eshmadai.

Shamael - See Shamiel.

Shamayim - See Shamain.

Shamchazai - See Semyaza.

Shamdan a.k.a. Ashamdon - the demon who fathered Asmodeus via Naamah.

Shamhazai - See Semyaza.

Shamiazaz - See Semyaza.

Shamiel a.k.a. Shamael - the heavenly master of song and the divine herald who is invoked when creating Syriac spellbinding charms. He is also one of the many angels who guard the gates of the South Wind.

Shamlon - a Solomonic "prince over all the angels and the Caesars."

Shammiel - See Shamiel.

Shamriel - a guardian angel of the occult who is invoked as a protective charm against the evil eye.

Shams-ed-Din ("sun of the faith") - one of the Seven Yezidic Archangels who are invoked during devil worshipping rituals.

Shamsha - a Solomonic angel who is a "prince over all the angels and the Caesars."

Shamshiel ("light of day" or "mighty sun of God") - a regent of the Fourth Heaven, a prince of Paradise in Heaven, and guardian angel of Eden. One of the angels who crowns the prayers of the faithful, with glory, before sending them up to the Fifth Heaven. Enoch says he is a fallen angel who taught humans the mysteries of the sun; the cabala says he helped Uriel during the angelic wars. According to The Zohar, he commands 365 angelic legions. In The Book of Protection he is listed as an angel to be invoked during spellbinding rituals and in The Book of Jubilees he is one of the Grigori. He is also said to have given Moses the grand tour, when the Lawgiver ascended for a brief visit. It is further believed that Hilkiah entrusted him with the treasures of David and Solomon.

Shamsiel - See Shamshiel.

Shaphiel - he and Baradiel are the ruling princes of the Third Heaven.

Shariel - See Asderel.

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

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

Sharshiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Shashmasrihiel YHVH - one of the angel princes of the hosts of X (one of the nomina barbara) in The Sword of Moses.

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

Shateiel - a ruling angel of silence.

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

Shatqiel - one of the seven great Enochian Archangels, who also serves as a guardian of the Fifth Heaven. In Hechaloth lore, however, he guards the Fourth Heaven.

Shaviel - one of the angels who guard the First Heaven.

shavzriel - one of the angels who guard the Second Heaven.

Shebniel - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Sheburiel - the chief porter of the Third Heaven.

Shedeem - See Shaitans.

Shedim - See Shaitans.

Shedu - a Babylonian angel who is invoked during conjurations designed to protect ones household.

Shegatsiel - one of the angel princes of the hosts of X.

Sheikh Bakra - one of the Seven Yezidic Archangels who are invoked during prayers worshipping the devil.

Sheikh Ism - one of the Seven Yezidic Archangels who are invoked during prayers that worship the devil.

Sheireil - See Sathariel.

Shekimah - a female angel of liberation and freedom. She is always close to humankind, inspiring mortals to be just and fair. She is said to be the female aspect of creation see Shekinah), the female half of the Creator. She is especially healing of body, mind and spirit.

Shekinah a.k.a. the Hebrew Shachan, Schechinah, Matrona, etc. ("to reside") - the cabalistic feminine aspect of God, a.k.a. the Holy Bride; the female manifestation of God in man, the divine indwelling (inwohnung). The phrase "the Shekinah rests" means "God dwells." The glory that emanates from God. In her male aspect, she manifests as Metatron and, according to Rabbi Johanan in Midrash Rabba, Michael is her glory.

Shekinah serves as an intermediary between man and God. She rules the conception of children, and protects the sexuality and sanctity of marriage. She is the Holy Spirit, the Cosmic Mother, and the third member of the Holy Trinity, a.k.a. the gnostic Epinoia. She is currently in exile on Earth, because of Adam's sin, and all good acts help to hasten her return to Heaven, the true purpose of the Torah. She only unites with her husband at midnight of the Sabbath Eve, making this the holiest and most perfect time for a physical union between a man and his wife, as she will be watching over and blessing them.

Cabalistically, Shekinah is the tenth sephira, Malkut, a.k.a. the Queen. In The Zohar, where it places her as a resident of the twelve holy chariots and a member of the twelve Hayyoth, she is said to have created the world. The Zohar also says that she is a messenger from on high who was called as an angel to appear before both Moses and Jacob. This same source names her as "the way of the Tree of Life" and the "angels of the Lord."

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

Shelemiah - See Selemia.

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

Shelmai - See Silmai.

Shelviel - an angel who is a member of the Tarshishim.

Shem a.k.a. Melchizedec("name") - the Mandaean Shum-Kushta and one of the great Manichaean angels to whom the divine wisdom was revealed.

Shemael a.k.a. Kemuel, Camael and Shemuiel ("name of God") - this angel inspires feelings of gratitude and thankfulness in the human heart and, in doing so, helps us grow closer to all angels, to the Creator and to our highest Self. His duty is to stand at the windows of Heaven and listen for the Jewish songs of praise to ascend from their synagogues and houses of study (his name comes from the first word of the Hebrew song of praise). According to Major Trends in Jewish Mysticism, he is the archon of Sholem.

Shemayza - See Semyaza.

Shemazya - See Semyaza.

Shemhazai - See Semyaza.

Shemhazi - See Semyaza.

Shemmiel - See Shemael.

Shempel - See Jehoel.

Shemuiel - See Shemael.

Shepherd - one of the six angels of repentance.

Shetel - one of the three ministering angels who God appointed to serve Adam, the others are Aebel and Anush.

Sheviel a.k.a. Shaviel - one of the angels who serve as a porter in the First Heaven.

Sheytans - See Shaitans.

Sheziem - an angel who, according to The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses, is invoked during cabalistic rituals.

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

Shin'an - See Shinanin.

Shinanin a.k.a. Shin'an - an angelic order associated with the both the Cherubim and the Malachim. The Zohar states that "myriads of thousands of shin'an are on the chariot of God." Their chief is said to be either Zadkiel or Sidquiel. And, they are said to represent the sixth Sephira, Tifereth.

Shinial - one of the sixty-four angel wardens of the seven Heavens.

Shitimichum a.k.a. Shitinichus Kitagnifai - one of the thirteen angels who God appointed to the sword, one of the nomina barbara, in The Sword of Moses.

Shlasiel A a.k.a. Shlotiel A, etc. - one of the angel princes of the hosts of X (God).

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

Shlotiel A - See Shlasiel A.

Shmuiel a.k.a. Samael - according to the Clavicula Salomonis by Gollanez, "chief of all the angels and all the ten classes who spoke to Solomon and gave him the key to the mysteries."

Shoel - one of the sixty-four angels of the seven celestial halls.

Shoftiel ("judge of God") - one of the seven angels of punishment.

Shokad - one of the sixty-four angels of the seven celestial halls.

Shom Hii - See Sam Hii.

Shomrom a.k.a. Shunaron - "a prince over all the angels and Caesars," in The Greater Key of Solomon.

Shoqed Chozi - See Soqed Hozi.

Shosoriyah - one of the many name of Metatron.

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

Shtukial - one of the sixty-four angels of the seven celestial halls.

Shufiel - a Syriac angel who is invoked during spellbinding rites.

Shum-Kushta - See Shem.

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

Sialul - an angel of the seventh hour who may be invoked to help one become prosperous.

Sidkiel a.k.a. Sidqiel - a regent of either the Ofanim or the Shinanim, and an Enochian governor of the Venus sphere.

Sidqiel - See Sidkiel.

Sidriel a.k.a. Pazriel - an Enochian Archangel who resides in the First Heaven.

Sieme - a cabalistic angel member of the Virtues who reigns at 3:20 in the afternoon.

Sigron - one of the many names of Metatron, given to him when he closes the doors through which mankind's prayers are let into Heaven. When he opens the doors, he is called Pihon.

Sihail - "and God sent two angels, Sihail and Anas, and four Evangelists to take hold of the twelve fever demons [all female] and beat them with fiery rods."

Sihon - the grandson of the fallen angel Semyaza and brother of Og.

Sij-ed Din ("power of mercy") - one of the Seven Yezidic Archangels who are invoked during prayers of worship to the devil.

Sikiel - an angel of the sirocco, a hot, dust-laden wind that blows up from North Africa into Southern Europe, esp. Italy, Malta and Sicily.

Sila - an angel of power and a cabalistic ruler of an hour who is invoked during magick rituals.

Silat a.k.a. Tilath and Feluth - a female demon of Mohammedan lore and an angel who is invoked during goetic rituals.

Silmai a.k.a. Shelmai - one of two Mandaean guardian angels (uthri) who watch over the river Jordan, the other uthra is Nidbai.

Simapesiel - an Enochian fallen angel.

Semibel - See Simiel.

Simiel a.k.a. Chamuel and Semibel - one of the seven Archangels who were condemned as evil spirits by the Roman Church Council in 745 C.E.

Simkiel - an angel of destruction, sent by God to Earth for the purpose of chastising and purifying sinners.

Simulator - a Solomonic angel who is invoked during the conjuration of Ink and Color.

Sinui a.k.a. Sennoi - a Mosaic angel who is invoked when creating amulets for pregnant women.

sinuy - See Sennoi.

Siona - a member of the Seraphim in Klopstock's The Messiah.

Sipur - one of the three Seraphim of the Sefer Yetzirah through whom God created the world, the other two are Sepher and Sipur.

Sirbiel - one of the angel princes of the Merkabah.

Sirush Asha - See Sirushi.

Sirushi a.k.a. Sirush Asha, Sarush, Sraosha, and Ashu - the Zoroastrian "master of announcements" and angel of Paradise.

Sisera - a genius of desire who can be invoked during the second hour. According to the Old Testament, he is a general who is killed by Jael "with the aid of the stars and the angels."

Sislau - a genius of poisons and the fourth hour.

Sitael - one of the seventy-two angels of the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac, one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae, and a member of the Seraphim who one can invoke for help in overcoming adversity. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Sith - an angel of the hour from six to seven o'clock who is also a regent of a planet

Sithacer - See Seheiah.

Sithriel - one of the many names of Metatron, used when he uses his wings to shield humans against the angels of destruction.

Sitiel - See Sitael.

Sitra Ahara - See Sitra Kadisha.

Sitra Kadisha - a holy spirit of the Tosefta, his opposite is Sitra Ahara.

Sitriel - third of the Qliphoth on the list of Moses of Burgos.

Sittacibor - a Solomonic angel who is summoned to consecrate Wax.

Sittiah - a Solomonic angel who is summoned during Wax consecrations.

Siva - See Mahadeo.

Sizajasel - a Solomonic angel who rules the sign of Sagittarius.

Sizouze - the Zoroastrian angel who governs prayers.

Skd Huzi - See Soqed Hozi.

Sktm - one of the fourteen angels who can be invoked when conjuring the Sword of Moses and one of the unspeakable names of God.

Slattery - a fictional angel who, according to an unprinted version of Mark Twain's Report from Paradise, witnessed the creation of mankind.

Smal a.k.a. Sammael - the husband of Eisheth Zenumin, the whoredom, who is himself an angel of death and of poison. As a couple they make up the beast Chioa.

Smandriel - See Samandiriel.

Smat - a cabalistic angel who, along with Mebahiah, rules over morals and religion.

Smeliel - the Chaldean angel of the Sun.

Smnglf - See Samangaluf.

Smoel - See Samael.

Sngotiqtel - an angel who tends to the sons of man.

Snvi - See Sansanui.

Sochiel - one of the Archangels who rule over the earthly triplicities of the 360 degrees of the zodiac.

Socodiah a.k.a. Socohiah - an angel whose name is found inscribed upon the first pentacle of Venus.

Socohiah - See Socodiah.

Sodiel - an Enochian ruling prince of the Third Heaven.

Sodyah - an Enochian angel who assists Metatron in the recitation of the Shema.

Sofiel - an angel in charge of keeping fruits and vegetables healthy. Gardeners and farmers should appeal to this angel for help with their crops. He also inspires us to get in touch with the Earth in an essential way.

Sofriel Memith YHVH a.k.a. Sopher - the Enochian and cabalistic twin of Sepheriel who, along with Sofriel Mahayye YHVH, serves as keeper of the book of the living and the dead.

Sofriel Mehayye YHVH a.k.a. Sopher and Sopheriel - an angel who, along with Sofriel Memith YHVH, serves as keeper of the book of the living and the dead.

Sohemne - an angel of the Seal in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Sohia - the youngest female angel in Gnosticism (high angel) to rule as an aeon, very much involved in early human history and the creation of this world. In the Hebrew Bible, Hellenic Judaism, and early Christian literature she's the figure of Divine Wisdom. Her name means "wisdom" in Greek.

Sokath - according to Paracelsus in his doctrine of Talismans, an angel who serves Nakhiel as a ruler of the Sun.

Solmis - a wise and powerful angel of the gnostic work Revelations of Zostrian.

Soluzen - an angel whose name is inscribed, in green, upon the pentacle of Solomon.

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

Sonaes - See Soncas.

Soncas a.k.a. Sonaes - an angel of the Fifth Heaven who rules on Tuesday and is invoked in the west.

Sonitas - an angel of the Fifth Heaven.

Sonneillon - See Sonnillon.

Sonnillon - a fallen angel who was once a member of the Thrones. He is said to be one of the three evil spirits who possessed Sister Louse Capeau (or Capelle), a sixteenth-century nun.

Sophar - a fictional fallen angel, in Anatole France's Revolt of the Angels, who served as keeper of the God Ialdabaoth's Heavenly treasures. On earth he took on the persona of the banker Max Everdingen.

Sopher - See Sofriel.

Sopheriel - See Sofriel.

Sophia - See Pistis Sophia.

Sophiel - a Solomonic angel of the pentacle of the Moon and a cabalistic intelligence of Jupiter.

Soqed Hozi YHVH a.k.a. Shoqed Chozi, Skd Huzi, etc. - a great prince who weighs humans' merits on a scale before God, an angel of the Merkabah, and one of the four angels that God appointed to the Sword of Moses.

Sorath - the infernal spirit who rules the number 666, along with the Emperor Nero, and the talismanic ruler of the Sun.

Sorush - one of the two angels who will stand upon the bridge al sirat on Judgment Day, a bridge finer than a hair and sharper than a sword's edge, to weigh the souls of humans wishing to cross over into Heaven. Sorush's job will be to toss those who are deemed unworthy, by his partner Mihr's scales of justice, into Hell.

Sosol - an angel who rules the sign of Scorpio who is invoked in ceremonial magick.

Soter Asiel YHVH a.k.a. Soter Ashiel, Sother Asiel and Sother Ashiel ("who stirs up the fire of God") - one of the highest princes of the Seventh Heaven. All the other angels must pass through him in order to enter into and leave the Divine Presence. He is 70,000 myriads of parsangs tall and a prince of the Divine Council. He also serves as a prosecuting angel on the throne of divine judgment and is a great ruler of the Merkabah. In the cabala he weds Pistis Sophia in a heavenly union and, in gnostic lore, his is said to be another name for God.

Soter Ashiel - See Soter Asiel YHVH.

Sother Ashiel - See Soter Asiel YHVH.

Sother Asiel - See Soter Asiel YHVH.

Sothis - See Sotis.

Sotis - an angel who rules an hour.

Sovereignty - an order of angels, in I Corinthians of the Confraternity version of The New Testament, of whom Paul says Christ did away with, along with all authority, and power. In the King James version, it reads that Christ did away with "all rules, authority, and power."

Sowrill - See Sauriel.

Sparks - according to Voltaire in Of Angels, Genii, and Devils, an order of angels in the Talmud and Targum.

Spendarmoz - See Ishpan Darmaz.

Sphendonael - a demon of disease.

Sphener - an angel of the occult who is invoked to defeat Mardero, a demon of disease.

Spheres - another name for the Galgallim.

Sphinxes - another name for the Kerubim that Ezekiel saw in his vision in Mather's The Kabbalah Unveiled when discussing the Apocalypse of John.

Splenditenes - an angel of Manicheanism who supports the world. He also supports the heavens on his back. He is said to have six faces and mouths and to glitter with light. This "ornament of splendor" appears in Mithraic monuments and is said to be who the Greeks based Atlas upon.

Splendors - another name for the Tarshinim.

Spugliguel a.k.a. Spligliguel - an angel who serves at the head of the sign of Spring.

Sraosha a.k.a. Srosh, Sirush, Serosh, etc. ("the obedient") - an angel of Persian lore who is credited with having set the world into motion. He is one of the Amesha Spentas and, as such, is charged with carrying human souls to heaven upon their death. The red chrysanthemum is his symbol. In Manichaean lore Sraosha is the angel of obedience and "fiend-smiter" who serves as a judge of the dead. And, as Sirushi he is the angel of Paradise and "master of announcements. Sraosha also serves as the guardian angel of the world who sees to it that the poor don't go hungry.

Sro - the corresponding angel of Nemamiah.

Srosh - See Sraosha.

Ssakmakiel - an angel who, along with Archer, rules the sign of Aquarius.

Ssnialiah - one of the fourteen great angels who are used in the conjuring rites of The Sword of Moses.

Sstiel YHVH - one of the most exalted angels and one of the eight princes of the Merkabah. He even out-ranks Metatron who must dismount whenever he meets up with Sstiel upon the crystal highways. The other seven "eight august and exalted princes that bear" God's name are Anafiel (a.k.a. Aufiel and Anpiel), N'zuriel, Akatriel, Gallisur, Sofriel Memith, Sofriel Mehayye, and Raduriel.

Stalwarts - a term used for one of the orders of angels, but I don't know which one.

Standards - a name of an order of angels in Milton's Paradise Lost V.

Stars - angel messengers of God in Biblical lore.

Stimulator - a Solomonic angel who is invoked to consecrate Ink and Colors.

Stochene - See Vehualiah.

Strateia - the name of an angel found in the Pesikta Rabbi.

Strempsuchos - See Astrompsuchos.

Striel - one of the sixty-four angelic guards of the seven celestial halls.

Strong, The - an order of angels among the ten mentioned in the Talmud and Targum.

Strophaeos - an gnostic angel to whom the secrets of Creation were revealed.

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

Sturi - See Sturiel.

Sturiel - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Suceratos - an angel of the Fourth Heaven who rules on Sunday and is invoked in the west.

Sugmonos - an angel who rules the planet of Mercury.

Sui'el a.k.a. Ra'asiel - an angel who rules over earthquakes.

Sukalli - See Sukallin.

Sukallin - an order of angels found in Sumerian-Babylonian theosophy.

sumiel - one of the leading fallen angels mentioned in Voltaire's Of Angels, Genii, and Devils. His name can also be found inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) used to protect one from evil.

Summanus - one of the nine angels of the Novensiles.

Sun - a cabalistic angel of light, as well as a "planet."

Suna - either a cherub or seraph who is used in the conjuring rites found in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Suphlatus - an angel of dust.

Suria a.k.a. Suryah and Suriya - one of the throne angels of the divine presence who serves as a guard of the first hall of the First Heaven. In The Zohar he is "the high angelic being who takes up all the holy words that are uttered at a table [at which, and when, words from the Torah are spoken] and sets the form of them before the Holy One; and all the words, and the table also, are crowned before the Holy King."

Suriel a.k.a. Sariel, Sauriel, Suriyel, Surya, Uriel, Metatron, Ariel, Saraqel, and other high-ranking angels ("God's command") - an angel of death and ruler over healing. He is also a prince of God and one of the seven cabalistic regents of Earth and the fixed stars. He is one of the four great Enochian Archangels and, in Falasha Anthology he is called both "Suriel the Trumpeter" and "Suriel, the angel of Death." Talmudic lore credits him with having taught Rabbi Ishmael ben Elisha the laws of hygiene. His name also appears on gnostic amulets along with Raguel, Peniel, Uriel, and Raphael. According to Origen in Contra Celsum VI, Suriel is one of the seven Ophitic Hebdomad primordial powers and, when invoked, he manifests as an ox.

Suriya - See Suria.

Suriyah a.k.a. Suria - an angel who told the secrets of chiromancy and physiognomy to Rabbi Ishmael ben Elisha.

Suriyel a.k.a. Suriel - an angel who, along with Salathiel, escorted Adam and Eve from the top of the high mountain that Satan had lured them to down to the cave of treasures.

Suroth - an Egyptian and occult angel of Venus. In hermetics he is chief of the Principalities and a ruler of vegetation.

Surtaq - one of the angels who assist Metatron.

Suruph ("strength of God") - an angel who appears in Hyde's Historia Religionis Veterum Persarum.

Surush Ashu - See Sirushi.

Surya - the singular form of Suryas and an Enochian name for Metatron.

Suryal - See Sutuel.

Suryah - See Suria.

Suryan - another name for Raphael.

Suryas - the shining Gods of Vedic lore who the Christians later dubbed the Asuryas, fallen angels.

Susabo - an angel of the sixth hour and of voyages.

Susniel - an angel who is invoked when creating spellbinding charms.

Sut - a demon of lies who is one of the five male offspring of Iblis. The other four sons are: Awar, demon of lubricity; Dasim, demon of discord; Tir, demon of fatal accidents; and Zalambur, demon of mercantile dishonesty.

Sutuel a.k.a. Suryal - an angel of Falasha lore who is said to have taken Baruch to holy Jerusalem, in spite of the fact that he isn't mentioned by name in the Apocalypse of Baruch.

Sydik - See Melchisedec.

Sydonay - See Ashmodai.

Symnay - an angel who is used in cabalistic conjurations and a member of the order of Powers.

Synesis ("understanding") - one of the four great angels of gnosticism who were created by Divine Will.

Synoches - one of the three intelligences of the Chaldean Empyrean.

Syth - an angel of an hour who corresponds to Teiaiel.

Sywaro - a ministering angel who is invoked in the cabalistic rites found in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

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Taaftian - a cabalistic angel of miracles.

Ta'aniel - an angel of The Sword of Moses who is summoned during rituals found therein.

Tabaet - a fallen angel.

Tabkiel - one of the many names of Metatron.

Tablibik - an angel of fascination and a ruler of the fifth hour.

Tabris - an angel of free will and a ruler of the sixth hour.

T'achnu - the name of an angel found in The Book of the Angel Raziel. According to Trachtenberg in Jewish Magic and Superstition, T'achnu is just a name that was created by manipulating the letters of the Hebrew alphabet.

Taconin a.k.a. Tacouin - beautiful Islamic faeries, "winged, minor angels," who protect humans from evil spirits and can reveal one's future.

Tacouin - See Taconin.

Tadhiel ("righteousness of God") - an angel who, along with Metatron, Zadkiel, and the angel of the Lord, is said to have prevented the sacrifice of Isaac.

Tafel X - an angelic member of the hosts of X who is invoked during magick rituals.

Tafsarim - a choir of angels, pertaining to the Merkabah and of a rank superior to all angels before God's Throne.

Taftefiah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Taftian a.k.a. Taphi - a cabalistic angel who serves Alimon and is invoked as a worker of miracles.

Tagas - the great angel prince who conducts the Song-Uttering Choirs.

Tagried - See Tagriel.

Tagriel a.k.a. Tagried and Thigra - a ruling angel of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon and of either the Second or Seventh Heaven.

Tahariel - an angel of purity. Invoke to purify or cleanse your thoughts, your spirit or your surroundings. He is also one of the childbed amulet angels.

Tahsasiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Takifiel - one of the angels who is invoked during the creation of Syrian spellbinding charms.

Talia - one of the ten Mandaean uthri (angels) who follow the course of the Sun.

Taliahad a.k.a. Talliud - an angel of water whose name is inscribed upon the seventh pentacle of the Sun.

Talmai - an evil spirit descended from the Grigori who had sexual relations with mortal women who is invoked in Reed conjurings.

Talliud - See Taliahad.

Tamaano - See Milkiel.

Tamael - a Friday angel who resides in the Third Heaven and is invoked in the east.

Tamaii - a Solomonic angel who is invoked when conjuring Ink and Colors.

Tamarid - an angel who serves Farris as a chief officer of the second hour of the night.

Tamel - See Tamiel.

Tamiel a.k.a. Tamel, Temel and Tamuel("Perfection of God") - a fallen angel and a ruler of the depths of the sea.

Tamtemiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Tamuel - See Tamiel.

Tandal - one of the angels who guard the halls of the First Heaven.

Tandariel - an angel whose name is found in Voltaire's Of Angels, Genii, and Devils and in Hyde's Historia Religionis Veterum Persarum.

Taninivver - one of the seven evil emanations of God who is still alive.

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

Tap - See Gaap.

Taphi - See Taftian.

Taptharthareth - See Tophtharthareth.

Tar - one of the ten Mandaean angels (uthri) who follow the course of the Sun.

Tara - an angel mentioned in Hilda Doolittle's poem "Sagesse" and La Kabbale Pratique.

Taranava - one of angel chiefs of the third altitude.

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

Tarfiel ("God nourishes") - a cabalistic angel who is invoked to cure stupidity in humans and one of the many angels who guard the gates of the East Wind.

Tariel - one of the three angels of Summer who is also invoked when creating Syrian spellbinding charms.

Tarniel - an angel of Wednesday who rules the planet Mercury. He is said to reside in the Third Heaven and is invoked in the east.

Tarpiel - See Tarfiel.

Tarquam - one of the two angels who govern autumn, the other is Guabarel.

Tarshiel - an angel who is one of the chiefs of the Tarshishim, the other is Sabrael.

Tarshish (Hebrew for "pearl") - one of the chief regents of the Tarshishim.

Tarshishim ("brilliant ones") - an order of angels in Jewish lore who serve the seventh Sephira (firmness) of the Tree of Life. In de Vigny's poem "Eloa" this order is called the Splendors.

Tarsisim - See Tarshishim.

Tartaruch - an angel of punishment.

Tartaruchi - a group of fallen angels who are in charge of doling out the torments in Hell.

Tartaruchus a.k.a. Temeluch ("keeper of Hell") - chief of the Tartaruchi. He and Uriel, the chief of the angels who rule over Tartarus (Hell), take turns at this post.

Tartarus - the fallen angel who presides over and is the namesake of Hell. For more information, see Duma and Angels of Hell.

Tarwan - one of the ten Mandaean uthri (angels) who follow the course of the Sun.

Tashriel - one of angels who guard the halls of the First Heaven.

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

Tatirokos - See Tartaruchus.

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

Tatrasiel YHVH - a most exalted prince of God.

Tatriel - one of the many names of Metatron.

Tatrusia - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Tau - according to The Greater Key of Solomon, the angel who, when his name was spoken, caused God to bring on the great Flood.

Tauriel - a "call-spirit" of Mandaean lore who is invoked by the fingering of phylacteries.

Taus-Melek a.k.a. Malek Tawus and Melek-I-Taus - the Yezidic peacock angel who is revered as a devil-god who benefits mankind and a Buddhist term for Satan. According to the Kurdish Moslem sect of Yezidics in the Upper Mesopotamia (Iraq), Taus-Melek "is a fallen archangel, now pardoned, to whom God has committed the government of the world and the management of the transmigration of souls."

Tausa a.k.a. Taus-Melek - a malka (fallen angel) of Mandaean lore who regrets having sinned against the Great Life by letting his pride lead him into rebellion.

Tavtavel - one of the many names of Metatron.

Tazbun - an angel who rules one of the months of the year.

Teba'at - one of the seven leaders of the angels of the rebellion.

Tebliel - one of the seven Enochian angels of Earth.

Techial - chief of the angels who guard the Fifth Heaven.

Tehom - one of the administering angels of the throne who is invoked during rituals. He is listed among the fifteen in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

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

Teiaiel a.k.a. Isiaiel - a cabalistic angel who is invoked to learn about the future. He is also one of the angels of the throne and governs sea-going voyages and commerce. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique and he corresponds to the angel Syth.

Teiazel a.k.a. Ieiazel - an angel who is a member of the Powers. He reigns over writers, artists, and librarians. and corresponds to Aterchinis. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Telantes - a Solomonic angel who is invoked during Wax rituals.

Teletarchae - celestial intelligences or angels of the Chaldean cosmological scheme.

Teletiel - an angel with dominion over the zodiac.

Temel - See Tamiel.

Temeluch a.k.a. Temeluchus, Abtelmoluchos, Tartaruchus and Temleyakos - an angel who serves as a protector of small children at the time of their birth and throughout their infancy. Yet he is also an angel of Hell and the "merciless angel of all fire" who torments the souls of sinners upon their deaths.

Temlakos - See Temeluch.

Temeluchus - See Temeluch.

Temleyakos - See Temeluch.

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

Temperance - a cabalistic angel "with the sign of the sun on his forehead, on his breast the square and triangle of the septenary, pouring from one chalice into another the two essences which compose the elixir of life."

Tempha - an angel of Saturn who is invoked when creating talismans.

Tenaciel - an angel of the third hour who rules on Friday and is invoked in the east.

Tenariel - an angel of Venus.

Tendac - a Solomonic angel who is invoked to exorcise the Bat.

Teoael - an angel who rules over sea-going voyages and new business ventures. He is also able to predict the future and is a member of the Thrones.

Tephras - See Tephros.

Tephros a.k.a. Tephras - an entity who is part angel and part demon. According to The Testament of Solomon, he brings darkness and likes to cause wild fires and serves as a demon of ashes. As proof of his good side, he joins forces with Azael to cure fevers. He can be invoked in the names of Bultala, Thallel and Melchal.

Tepisatosoa - See Calliel.

Tepiseuth - an angel of part of an hour.

Terafiel - an intelligence of the sphere of Venus.

Terafniel - an angel of prey in Schwab's Vocabulaire l'Angelologie.

Teraphim ("obscenity") - cabalistic wizards of the Middle Ages who were worshipped as both male and female idols. They are said to correspond to the serpent imagery of the Seraphim, who, in turn, correspond to the Assyrian divinities known as the Kabeiri.

Terathel a.k.a. Ierathel - a Dominion angel of light who promotes freedom and the advancement of civilization. He corresponds to the angel Hepe and his sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Terather - See Terathel.

Teriapel - one of the intelligences of the planet Venus.

Terly a.k.a. Erly and Irix - an angel of the Grimorium Verum who is invoked in Solomonic rites designed to obtain the garter of a loved one.

Tersatosoa - See Calliel.

Tessub - See Rimmon.

Tetra - an "great and glorious" angel of The Secret Grimoire of Turiel who is invoked to grant whatever the invocant wishes.

Tetrasiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Teumiel - the seventh of the ten unholy sephiroth.

Tezalel a.k.a. Icabel - an angel who is invoked to bring fidelity into marriage. He corresponds to the angel Theosolk and his sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Thagrinus - an angel of the fourth hour and of confusion.

Thallel - See Tephros.

Thamiel - an angel of the planet Venus.

Thammuz - a fallen angel of Milton's paradise Lost I who is the Phoenician equivalent of the Greek God Adonis.

Thamy - an angel who belongs to the Powers and is summoned during cabalistic conjurations.

Thaphabaoth a.k.a. Thartharoth, Thautabaoth and Onoel - according to Origen in his Ophitic work the Contra Celsum, he is an angel (or demon) who, along with Michael and Gabriel, is hostile toward man. In gnosticism he is considered to be an archontic demon, one of the seven rulers of Hell. when invoked during magick rituals, he appears in the form of a bear. He is the Hebrew version of the Greek Tartarus.

Thaq - an angel of Mandaean lore.

Tharshishim - See Tarshishim.

Tharsis a.k.a. Tharsus - an angel of elemental Water.

Tharsus - See Tharsis.

Thartharoth - See Thaphabaoth.

Thaumiel - the first of the unholy sephiroth, the direct opposite of Kether.

Thaur - an Arabic angel who is invoked during incantation rituals.

Thausael - an angel of Enochian lore who is said to be leader among those who have fallen.

Thautabaoth - See Thaphabaoth.

Thauthabaoth - See Thaphabaoth.

Thegri a.k.a. Thuriel ("bull-god") - an angel who reigns over beasts.

Thelesis a.k.a. Aisthesis ("free-will") - one of the four great gnostic aeons who emanated from the Divine Will.

Theliel - a princely angel of love who is invoked to secure another's affections.

Theodomai - See Theodonias.

Theodonias a.k.a. Theodomai - one of the secret names of God that is used in vesting prayers and invoked during Solomonic conjuring rites of power.

Theodoniel - See Theodonias.

Theophile - a fictional angel of Anatole France's The Revolt of the Angels, who is among those who rebel.

Theoska - a ministering Archangel of the The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses who is invoked during magick rituals.

Theosolk - See Tezalel.

Thesogar - See Mebabel.

Thiel - an angel of both the Second and Third Heaven. He is a regent of Wednesday who rules the planet Venus and is invoked in the north.

Thigra - See Tagriel.

Thikarathin - See Tikarathin.

Thikarthin - See Tikarathin.

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

Thopitus - a cabalistic angel who is invoked during ritual incantations. He corresponds to the angel Lehahiah.

Thoth - the Egyptian God of wisdom, a.k.a. the greatest of the Gnostic's aeons. In Hermetic magick, as Hermes, he is the regent of the Archangels and a Good Daimon.

Thrgar - according to The Book of Raziel, he is one of the angels of a month.

Thronus - one of the fifteen angels of the throne listed in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Thummin - See Urim.

Thuril - See Thegri.

Thuriel - See Thegri.

Tiamat - See Leviathan.

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

Tifereth a.k.a. Tiphereth - the sixth sephira of the Tree of Life.

Tiftheriel a.k.a. Tiphtheriel - the angel of the sixth sephira of the Tree of Life.

Tijmneik - one of the angels of the Seal as listed in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Tikarathin a.k.a. Thikarathin and Thikarthin - one of God's secret names.

Tilath a.k.a. Silat - an angel who is invoked by the Master of the Art in Solomonic rituals.

Tileion - a Solomonic angel who is invoked when consecrating Salt.

Tilli - an angel member of either the Seraphim or the Cherubim who is invoked during conjuring rituals.

Tilonas - an angel of Solomnic rites who is invoked when conjuring Ink and Colors.

Time a.k.a. Temperance - an angel of the Tarot (card XIV) who is winged and wears the sign of the sun on his forehead and the square and triangle of the septenary upon his chest. He is also depicted pouring the essence of life from one chalice into another. According to The Zohar, he is "the ministering angel who presides over each act a man performs." In Adventures in Heaven by Angoff, there was a time that the Creator thought about destroying the world. Before making his decision he consulted with three of His angels: Time, Minutes, and Seconds.

Tiphereth - See Tifereth.

Tiphtheriel - See Tiphtheriel.

Tipperah a.k.a. Zipporah - Moses' wife who is now a Virtue who resides in the woman's side of the Heavenly Paradise.

Tir - a Zoroastrian angel of June and ruler of the thirteenth day of the month. He is also a regent of Mercury who is said to have the body of a fish, a boar's face, one black arm, one white arm, and a crown upon his head. To the Muslims he is the demon of fatal accidents and one of Iblis' five sons.

Tiriel - the Archangel intelligence of Mercury whose cabalistic number is 260. His name, along with that of Raphael and Sadayel are inscribed upon an amulet in designed as a ring.

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

Tishbash - one of the many names of Metatron.

Tishgash - one of the many names of Metatron.

Titmon - one of the many Enochian names of Metatron.

Tixmion - one of the angels who are invoked during Solomonic Salt consecrations.

Tmsmael - an evil angel who is invoked to break up a married couple.

Tobiel - another name for Tubuel given in The Toilers of the Sea by Hugo.

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

Tomimiel - one of the angels who govern the zodiac.

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

Tophnar a.k.a. Tophrag - one of the seven angels who guard the First Heaven.

Tophrag - See Tophnar.

Tophtharthareth a.k.a. Taptharthareth - an angel who, according to Paracelsus' doctrine of Talismans, serves Tiriel as a ruler of Mercury.

Torquaret - one of the angels of autumn.

Totraviel - an angel who serves with Zahaftirii as a guard of the Fifth Heaven and a holder of the Seal, according to Hechaloth Rabbati.

Totrisi - one of the four angels that God appointed to the Sword of Moses.

Touriel - See Turel.

Tractatu - an angel who, according to Cornelius Agrippa, had a book named for him.

Transin - a Solomonic angel of whom it is his name inscribed on high in the tongue of angels and, therefore, is invoked to command demons.

Trgiaob - See Trgiaoh.

Trgiaoh a.k.a. Trgiaob - an angel who protects wild birds and critters that creep. Pray to him to protect these creatures from extinction, pollution and destruction of their habitat.

Trotrosi X a.k.a. Totrisi - an angel who is used in ceremonial invocations and one of the Hosts of X. He is credited with having told Moses God's true name.

Trsiel - an angel of rivers in Merkabah mysticism.

Tsadi'ael - one of the angels who guard the hall of the Sixth Heaven.

Tsadkiel a.k.a. Tzadkiel, Kaddisha ("the holy one") and Azza - an angel of justice who ranks fourth among the ten Archangels of the Briatic world. The Ozar Midrahim II he is called Tzadkiel, or Kaddisha and lists him among the many angels who guard the gates of the East Wind. Cabalistically he is the intelligence of the Jupiter and Joseph's guardian angel.

Tsaftsefiah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Tsaftsefiel - one of the many names of Metatron.

Tsahtsehiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Tsaltselim - one of the many names of Metatron.

Tsaltseliyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Tsabaoth - See Sabaoth

Tsaphiel - an angel of the Moon.

Tsaphkiel - See Tsaphquiel.

Tsavniyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Tsavtsiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Tse'an - one of the angels who guard the Sixth celestial hall.

Tsedeck (Hebrew for "Jupiter") - the root-source of the angels Tsadkiel and Zadkiel.

Tshndrnis - one of the names of God (nomina barbara listed in The Book of the Angel Raziel and a ruler over one of the months of the year.

Tsirya - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Tsuria - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Tsuriel - See Zuriel.

Tual - an angel of the zodiac sign of Taurus.

Tubatlu a.k.a. Tulatu - one of the eight omnipotent angels in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Tubiel - an angel who is invoked to help one find their lost pet bird. and ruler of the sign of summer.

Tubuas - one of the angels that the Roman Church Council condemned to Hell in 75 C.E.

Tubuel - See Tubuas.

Tufiel - one of the angels who guard the First Heaven.

Tufriel - one of the angels who guard the Sixth Heaven.

Tuiel - an angel of The Book of the Angel Raziel who is mistakenly said to be the same as Milton's Ithuriel.

Tulatu - possibly another name for Tublatu, otherwise one of the eight omnipotent angels of The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses, in his own right.

Tumael a.k.a. Tumiel, Tuniel and Tamiel - an Enochian fallen angel.

Tummim - See Urim.

Tumoriel - an angel who serves Dardariel as a ruler of the eleventh hour of the night.

Tuphgar - See Tutrusa'i.

Turael - See Turel.

Turel a.k.a. Turiel and Turael("rock of God") - an Enochian fallen angel who followed Semyaza during the rebellion. His sigil can be found in The Secret Grimoire of Turiel. As Turiel he serves Sachiel as a messenger of the planet Jupiter and Setchiel during ceremonial invocations.

Turiel - See turel.

Turlos - a Solomonic angel who is invoked when conjuring the Reed.

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

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

Tutiel - an angel of mystery, found in the Vocabulaire l'Angelologie who is invoked during conjuring rituals.

Tutrachiel - See Tutrusa'i.

Tutrbebial - an angel who ranks last among the sixty-four guards of the seven celestial halls.

Tutresiel a.k.a. Stutrayah ("piercing god") - a great Enochian prince of the Divine Presence. According to Enoch Hamon removes his crown of glory and falls on his face in obeisance whenever he encounters Tutresiel, as Tutresiel does to Atrugiel and Atrugiel, in turn, does for Na'aririel. What confuses one about this scenario is that all of these are included among the many names of Metatron!

Tutrusa'i a.k.a. Tutrachiel, Tuphgar, Tzurtag, etc. - one of the angels who guard the First Heaven.

Tuwahel - a ministering angel of The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses who is invoked in ritual magick.

Tychagara - a great angel of the Thrones who carries out the decrees of the superior choirs.

Typhon a.k.a. Sephon (Hebrew for "dark" or "northern") and Tuphon (Aramaic God of darkness) - an angel who apparently has no identity of his own, for according to Cornelius Agrippa in Three books of Occult Philosophy his is also another name for the cabalistic angel Samael.

Tazdkiel - See Tsadkiel.

Tzadqiel - See Tsadkiel.

Tzafkiel - See Tzaphquiel.

Tzakmaqiel a.k.a. Ssakmakiel - an angel who governs Aquarius.

Tzaphniel - a "holy minister of God" who is invoked, according to both The Greater Key of Solomon and Barret (in The Magus), in rites conducted for the purpose of obtaining a magic carpet.

Tzaphqiel - See Tzaphquiel.

Tzaphquiel ("contemplation of God") - the angel of Binah, third of the ten holy Sephira and third of the ten Archangels. He is also the Solomonic ruler of Saturday and the planet Saturn.

Tzartak a.k.a. Tzortaq - one of the many angels who guard the gates of the West Wind (as Tzortaq) and one of the childbed amulet angels.

Tzedeqiah - an angel whose name is found inscribed upon the first pentacle of Jupiter.

Tzephon - See Zephon.

Tzortaq - See Tzartak.

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

Tzurtag - See Tutrusa'i.

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Ubaviel - a regent of Capricorn.

Ublisi - one of the eight omnipotent angels who are invoked in conjuring rituals.

Ucimiel - See Ucirmiel.

Ucirmiel a.k.a. Ucirnuel - an angel of Wednesday who resides in either the Second or Third Heaven who is invoked in the north.

Ucirnuel - See Ucirmiel.

Udrgazyia - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Udriel - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Ugiel - the second of the ten unholy sephiroth.

Uini - a ministering angel of The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses who is invoked in conjuring rituals.

Umabel - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae and a ruler of physics and astronomy. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Umahel - one of the nine Archangels listed in La Kabbale Pratique.

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

Umiel - an angel who is invoked when creating Syriac spellbinding charms.

Umikol - an angel of the Seal.

Unael - a regent of the First Heaven. His name has also been found inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) created to protect one against evil.

Ur a.k.a. Aur ("fire" or "light") - the Mandaean king of the Underworld.

Urakabarameel - an Enochian leader of the fallen angels.

Urfiel - an angel chief of the Malachim.

Urian a.k.a. Uryan - according to Enoch, another name for Uriel; in German folklore, another name for Satan.

Uriel a.k.a. Nuriel, Uryan, Jeremiel, Vretil, Suriel, Puruel, Phanuel, Jehoel, Israfel, and Jacob-Israel ("Fire of God" or "God is my light") - in spite of the fact that he was condemned to Hell by the Roman Church Council of 745 C.E., he is now known as Saint Uriel and his symbol is an open hand containing a flame. He is a stern and punishing angel of vengeance who is chief of the seven Archangels. One of his duties is the deliverance of punishment to the sinners in Tartarus or Hell. He guards the Gate of Eden and, like Metatron, he is credited with giving the gift of the cabala to humanity. Uriel is also a prince Regent of the Seraphim and the Cherubim. He is also a ruling prince of the Sun who is considered to be the "sharpest sighted spirit of all in Heaven." A prince of the Divine Presence, the Angel of Salvation, and protector against terror, thunder, lightning, earthquakes, cataclysms, and volcanic eruptions, he is also said to be one of the angels of repentance. In The Manual of Discipline he is called the "prince of lights."

In the Sybylline Oracles he is described as one of the "immortal angels of the undying god" who, on Judgment Day, will "break the monstrous bars framed of unyielding and unbroken adamant of the brazen gates of Hades, and cast them down straightway, and bring forth to judgment all of the sorrowful forms, yea, of the ghosts of the ancient Titans and of the giants, and all whom the flood overtook...and all these shall he bring to the judgment seat...and set before God's seat."

Uriel helps those with eye problems and is a guide and an instructor of patriarchs and prophets. He also rules money and prosperity and he can help us to acknowledge the Light within all people; find knowledge to help and to heal; interpret and decode our inner voice. Uriel can be invoked to empower quartz crystals. To do this, first purify the crystal by soaking it in sea saltwater for twenty-four hours. Then, rinse the crystal and let it absorb sunlight for at least 6 hours. Next, place it over a bit of Earth and surround it with four lit green candles. When the candles have burned out, place the crystal into a small green bag, with a bit of wheat, to attract money and prosperity. He is a regent of Aquarius and September and may be appealed to by those born in that month, to whom he offers great protection.

Urim ("illumination") - in Klopstock's Der Messias (The Messiah), he is portrayed as a member of the Cherubim. For more on Urim click here.

Urion - See Orion.

Uriron - an angel who is invoked as an amulet against sorcery and sudden death.

Urizen - a ruler of logic and reason who, along with Orc, rules England.

Urhan a.k.a. Uryan - See Uriel.

Urjan - another name for Uriel.

Urpaniel - an angel whose name is inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) that is used to protect one against evil.

Uryan - See Uriel.

Urzla - either a fallen angel of the fifth infernal sephira, as in the cabala, or, as written in The Book of Raziel, one of the seven angels who stands before God's Throne and one of the nine who rules the four winds. The cabala also says that he is an angel of the east who can be summoned to teach one the secret wisdom of the Creator.

Usera - an angel of the First Heaven.

Usiah - See Uzah.

Usiel a.k.a. Uziel and Uzziel ("strength of God") - a cabalistic fallen angel who is among those who married and created giants with human women. He is also said to be an angel of the fifth unholy sephiroth. According to The Book of the Angel Raziel, he is one of the seven throne angels and among the nine who rule the four winds. Milton says that Usiel is a good angel who is a member of the Virtues and served as one of Gabriel's lieutenants during the battle in Heaven against the rebellion.

Uslael - an angel of the Fourth Heaven.

Ustael - an angel of the Fourth Heaven who governs Sunday and is invoked in the west. He is also one of the three messengers of the Moon.

Ustur - one of the four Chaldean groups of guardian genii who resemble humans in appearance.

Uthri - See Uthra.

Uvabriel - an angel who serves Sarquamich as a ruler of the third hour of the night.

Uvael - an angel of the First Heaven who is a ruler of Monday that can be invoked in the north.

Uvall - an angel who fell from the Powers and is now a great duke in Hell with thirty-seven legions under his command. He is invoked to bring one the love of a particular person. His sigil can be found in The Book of Black Magic and Pacts by Waite.

Uvayah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Uvmiel - one of the angels who guard the second celestial hall.

Uwula - a ministering angel of The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses who can invoked during an eclipse, both solar and lunar.

Uzah a.k.a. Usiah and Uzza - one of the many names of Metatron.

Uzbazbiel - one of the angels who guard the first of the seven celestial halls.

Uziel - See Usiel.

Uziphiel - one of the angels who guard the first of the seven celestial halls.

Uzoh - See Uzza.

Uzza a.k.a. Uzzah and Ouza ("strength") - an angel who, along with Rahab, rules over Egypt. He is a fallen angel, often identified with Semyaza.

Uzziel a.k.a. Usiel a.k.a. Usiel and, possibly, Azareel ("Eye of the Lord," "Strength of God." and "God's Power") - he is an Archangel and a member of both the Virtues (Malachim) and the Cherubim. He is also a prince of compassion associated with the Shekinah and ruled by Metatron. In The Book of the Angel Raziel he is one of the seven throne angels and one of the nine who rule the four winds. And, in Merkabah lore he is an angel of mercy who serves Metatron.

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