Their Cabalistic name is Ophanim or Auphanim.
They are also known as the Bene Elohim, Arelim, Erelim, Ishim, and Abalim.
Angels of the Thrones - Raziel's Seven Angels - Moses' Fifteen Angels of Cabalistic Magick
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Their name is derived from the fact that they stand before God's throne in the Seventh Heaven.
Their mission is to inspire faith in the power of the Creator and their job is to carry out divine justice,
as commanded by the Powers.
In Judaism they are also known as the Ophanim, the Erelim, and the Abalim (great angels).
As the Ophanim (Ofanim and Galgallim),
according to cabalistic works, they are the Wheels of the Merkabah,
the second angelic choir (sixth, according to Mirandola), associated with the sephira Chokmah (wisdom).
The Zohar says that they rank higher than the Seraphim. According to the Pseudo-Dionysians,
they rank third in the among the first triad, reside in the Fourth Heaven,
and are the cabalistic equivalent of the Thrones.
To Enoch they are the angels of the "fiery coals."
The Book of the Angel Raziel names seven throne angels,
while other sources number them anywhere between four and seventy
(The sixth and Seventh Books of Moses number them at fifteen.)
The ruling prince of this order is said to be either Oriphiel,
depending, of course, on the source (see Angels of the Throne, below, and the
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