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Baabiel - a cabalistic angel of the First Heaven.

Baal a.k.a. Bael - A Canaanite deity of agriculture and fertility who rules the death-rebirth cycle and a Christian demon.

The Zohar equates him with Raphael in rank. In ceremonial magick, he is conjured to impart wisdom and visibility.

Baalberith - See Balberith.

Baal Davar - a name given to ha-satan, ("the adversary" of the Old Testament who, in the New Testament, becomes the fallen angel Satan) by the Chasidic Jews of the eighteenth century.

Baal Peor - See Belphegor.

Baalsebul - See Beelzebub.

Babel (Babiel) - a cabalistic resident of Third Heaven who serves as a messenger of Jupiter. Conflicting sources identify him as either a regent of Wednesday or Friday, and say that in order to summon him one must face either the south or the west.

Babhne'a - a powerful angel who is invoked for protection from evil. His name is often found inscribed upon the terracotta devil traps of Babylonia.

Babiel - See Babel.

Bachanael - See Bachanoe.

Bachanoe a.k.a. Bachanael - an angel who resides in the First Heaven and presides over Monday.

Bachiel (Baciel) - a regent of the Saturn sphere who resides in the Fourth Heaven. He is also an angel of the air and a guardian of the West Wind.

Bachliel - one of the angels who guard the South Wind.

Baciel - See Bachiel.

Baderiel - a fallen angel.

Bae - an angel summoned to exorcise demons in Solomonic rites.

Bael a.k.a. Baal ("lord" or "master") - In ancient grimoires and Wierus' Psuedo-Monarchia, he is a great demon king who commands seventy infernal legions and rules the eastern side of Hell. These sources also say that he manifests as a creature with three heads, that of a man, a toad, and a cat. However, according to the cabala, he is not a fallen angel and is the equivalent of Raphael.

Ba-En-kekon (Bainkhookh) - a gnostic aeon of the Pistis Sophia known as "the soul of darkness." He first appears in the Egyptian Book of the Dead.

Baetiel - Baetiel - an angel of the Fourth Heaven.

Bagdal - a genius who, along with Azriel rules the sign of Taurus.

Bagnael - one of the angels who guards the gates of the East Wind.

Bahaliel - one of the angels who guards the gates of the East Wind.

Bahman - See Barman.

Bahram - See Bahram.

Baglis - An angel who inspires moderation, temperance, and balance. He strengthens the will of those who over-indulge.

Baijel - an angel of the Fifth Heaven.

Bainkhookh - See Ba-En-Kekon.

Baktamael - an angelic guardian of the gates of the West Wind.

Balam (Balan) - a three-headed (bull, ram, man) demon with a serpent's tail who is a former member of the Dominions. He is now a great ruler in Hell who rides naked upon a bear while commanding forty infernal legions.

Balan - See Balam.

Balay - an angel who resides in the First Heaven who presides over Mondays. When one wishes to invoke Balay, one must face north.

Balberith (Berith, Beal, Elberith, Baalberith) - a fallen angel who is a great pontiff and master of ceremonies in the infernal regions. A former prince of the Cherubim, he is now the demon who notarizes and witnesses the pacts made between humans and Satan. His official title, as noted on official underworld documents, is "scriptor." He is also said to be the entity that took possession of Sister Madeleine at Aix-en-Provence and told her the names of other devils.

Baldach - a Solomonic angel invoked during magick rituals.

Balhiel - See Baliel.

Baliel (Balhiel) - an angel of either the First or Second Heaven who presides over Mondays. Also one of the many guardians of the South Wind's gates.

Balkin - in Scot's Discoverie of Witchcraft and Butler's Ritual Magic he is mentioned as an angel who is invoked during magick rituals. He is said to be a kind and helpful spirit, assisted by Luridan (a spirit of the home), who presides as lord and king over the northern mountains.

Ballaton - an angel who is inscribed upon the outer circle of Solomon's pentagram.

Baltazard - a spirit who, according to The Greater Key of Solomon, is called upon to aid in obtaining a woman's garter.

Balthial - one of the seventy Planetary Angels. He is invoked to help humans overcome feelings of jealousy and bitterness, in fact, according to 3 Enoch he is the only angel who is able to overcome the demon who rules such emotions. He is also inspire contentment and peace of mind in mankind.

Balthiel - See Balthial.

Banech - a planetary angel who is invoked during magick rituals.

Baniel - a lesser spirit used during rituals found in The Greater Key of Solomon.

Baraborat - an angel of Mercury and ruler of Wednesday who lives in either the Second or Third Heaven. To call upon him during magick rituals stand in the east of your circle.

Baracata - an angel who the Master of the Art calls upon during Solomonic rites.

Barach - an angel who is inscribed upon Solomon's seal and is used in conjurations.

Barachiel - See Barakiel.

Baradiel (Yurkemo, Yurkei, Yurkemoi) - an angelic ruler of the Third Heaven along with Shaphiel, and one of the seven great Archangels. He is also a ruler over hailstones, as are Nuriel and others.

Barael - an angel of the thrones who dwells in the Third Heaven. He is also an assistant to powerful monarchs, in that he carries out their commands.

Barah - the "boar avatar, one of the ten incarnations of the divine in Vedic lore.

Barakel - a fallen angel.

Barakiel a.k.a. Barachiel, Barbiel, Barchiel, Barkiel, Baraqiel, etc. ("lightning of God") - an angel who can be invoked to grant one success, good fortune and excellent luck in games of chance, along with Uriel and Rubiel. He also inspires joviality, fun and a sense of humor. He is one of the four rulers of the Seraphim, a resident of the Second Heaven, and a ruler of February. He is also the chief angel of the order of Confessors. According to the Almadel of Solomon, along with his other duties, he is one of the chief angels of the first and fourth altitudes and one who rules over lightning. In A Theological Discourse of Angels, he is also said to be a ruler of the planet Jupiter and the zodiac signs of Scorpio and Pisces.

Barakon - an angel of The Greater Key of Solomon who is used in conjurations.

Baraqel (Barakiel) - one of Enoch's fallen angels.

Baraqiel - See Barakiel.

Baraqijal - a leading fallen angel (one of the "chiefs of ten," according to Enoch) who teaches mortals the secrets of astrology. He is among the Grigori who mated with human women.

Barattiel (possibly Ataphiel) - one of the three great angel princes who holds God's Throne aloft using three fingers.

Barbatos - a fallen angel who is also a duke in Hell who commands thirty infernal legions. He is formerly of the Virtues and he is sometimes invoked in black magick rituals. He is called upon to teach one to understand birdsong, reveal the past, and to tell one their future. He is easily summoned, but only while the sun is in Sagittarius.

Barbelso - See Barbelo.

Barbelo - a female arcon of abundance, goodness, faith, and integrity. Pray to her to fill you with these gifts and virtues. According to Gnosticism, this angel second in rank only to the Creator, and the consort of the Cosmocrator. The Texts of the Saviour say that she is the daughter of Pistis Sophia, birth mother to the superior angels.

Barbelso - a member of the infernal regions who rules over the world.

Barbiel a.k.a. Barakiel, Barbuel and Baruel - one of the ruling angels of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon and the month of October. He used to be a prince among the Virtues and one of the Archangels. Now he serves under Zaphiel as one of hell's Seven Electors.

Barbuel - See Barbuel.

Barchiel - See Barakiel.

Barcus - according to The Nuctemeron, he is the guardian spirit of all that is pure and of the fifth hour of the day.

Bardiel (Barchiel and Baradiel - a Jewish angel of hailstones, along with Nuriel and others.

Bareschas - See Baresches.

Baresches or Barechas ("beginning") - an angel of the grimoires who is invoked to attain the woman of one's desire.

Barginiel - an angel who rules over the seventh hour. of the day.

Bariel - an angel whose name is inscribed upon the fourth pentacle of Saturn and one of the rulers of the eleventh hour of the day.

Barinian (Huristar) - "exalted angels" of Zoroastrianism.

Barkaial - See Baraqijal.

Barkeil a.k.a. Barbiel and Barchiel - he is one of the seven great Archangels and prince regent of the Second Heaven. He controls lightning and is invoked with Uriel and Rubiel to win at gambling. He is also an angel of Mandaean lore.

Barkiel (Barakiel) - one of many angels who guard the gates of the East Wind.

Barku - See Rimmon.

Barman (Bahman and Bahrman) - a Zoroastrian great angel (mihr), guardian of all of earth's animals, except for man, and the amesha spenta from whom all other angels were produced, the first angel. He is also one of the rulers of the thirty angels who reign over the thirty days of the month. To the Mohammedans he is Jabriel (Gabriel) "the mightiest of angels," the angel of January and of the second day of each month.

Barpharanges (Sesenges-Barharanges) - a Gnostic angel who rules over the spring of the waters of life (heavenly baptism). His name also appears in magickal texts.

Barsabel - a ruling angel of Mars serving under the planet's chief intelligence Graphiel.

Bartyabel - an angel of Mars and assistant to Graphiel, the planet's supreme intelligence.

Barazachia - See Bartzachiah.

Bartzachiah (Barzachia) - an angel whose name is inscribed in Hebrew upon the first pentacle of Mars along with Ithuriel, Madiniel, and Eschiel.

Baruch ("blessed") - chief guardian of the Tree of Life along with Raphael. In the lore of witchcraft he is one of seven devils who possessed Sister Seraphica of Loudon. And, according to an early Ophitic (gnostic) system, he is one of three angels sent by God "to succor the spirit in man."

Baruchiachel - one of the seven great Archangels and the only one who can vanquish the Demon of Discord, and the female demon named Strife. Also one of the seven great rulers of the seven planets.

Barya'il - a chief apocalyptic angel of Islam who resides in the Seventh Heaven and rules over a myriad of his fellow angels. According to the Sufi Abu Yazid who encountered him there, he is "of the tallness of the distance of 500 years." As other angels of lower ranks have done (such as Lamidh of the Second Heaven and Naya'il of the Fourth), Barya'il offers Abu Yazid "a kingdom such as no tongue can describe," but he refuses the offer, or bribe, remaining focused upon his only purpose for ascending to heaven (mir'aj), God.

Barzachia - See Bartzachiah.

Baruel - See Baruel.

Basasael (Basasaeyal) - an angel who fell from the Archangels, now of equal rank in the Underworld.

Basasaeyal - See Basasael.

Bashmallin (Hashmallim) - an order of angels equal to the Dominions.

Baskabas - a variation of Kasbak, one of the many names of Metatron.

Basus - an angel who guards the Fourth Heaven.

Bat Kol - See Bath Kol.

Bat Zuge - one of Lilith's names, representing the tenth and last sephira of the Qliphoth, one of the divine emanations that come from the left side of God.

Bataliel - an angelic ruler of the twelve sun signs.

Batarel (Batariel, Badariel, Batrael. Batarjal, Metarel) - one of Enoch's 200 fallen angels that can be invoked during ceremonial magick. His name also appears in Talisman 4 of the Sage of the Pyramids.

Batariel - See Batarel.

Batarjal - a fallen angel.

Batatiel a.k.a. Metarel, Batariel, and Badariel - a fallen angel.

Bat(h) Kol a.k.a. Bat(h) Qol ("heavenly voice" or "daughter of the voice") - a female angel who encourages truthful communication and prophecy. She grants insights into the future. She is a holy guardian angel who is said to have visited Simeon ben Yohai, the second-century sage author of The Zohar, while he was imprisoned. Rabbis revere her as the voice of God during the days when prophecy had ceased. Her symbol is the dove, as us that of the Holy Ghost in the New Testament. She is also said to be "the Voice which called out to Cain the biblical murderer, 'Where is thy brother Abel?'"

Bath Qol - See Bath Kol.

Bathor a.k.a. Bethor - he is the Olympic spirits also known as one of the Electors or Stewards of Heaven, who reigns over Jupiter. He is alsoinvoked during ceremonial white magick rituals.

Batrael - See Batarel.

Batsran - one of the many names of Metatron.

Baz Baziah - an angel of the Talmud who can be called upon to help heal skin disorders.

Bazathiel - a guardian of the First Heaven.

Bazazath - an angel of the Second Heaven.

Bazkiel - a guardian of the Third Heaven.

Baztiel - a guardian of the halls of the First Heaven.

Beal - See Balberith.

Bealphares - "the noblest carrier that ever did serve any man upon the earth" is described as a demon in Pseudo-Monarchia. In no other source on infernal spirits does his name appear, so he is, therefore, regarded as being a benign, rather than evil, spirit.

Bearechet - an angel whose name is inscribed upon the Seal of The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Beatiel - an angel of the Fourth Heaven.

Beatrice (Portinari) - a fictional angel from Dante's La Vita Nuova and The Divine Comedy (specifically the Paradiso). In this tale Dante sees his love in Paradise as an angel where she leads him to the Empyrean, one of God's dwellings.

Beburos - one of the nine angels who will preside during the Final Judgment. For the complete list see The Angels of the Final Judgment.

Bedaliel - an angel of The Greater Key of Solomon who is summoned to exorcise demons.

Bedrimulael - See Abedumabal.

Beelzeboul - See Beelzebub.

Beelzebub a.k.a. Belzebub, Belzaboul, Beelzeboul, Baalsebul, etc. ("god of flies") - originally a god of Ekron in Philistia in Assyrian lore. In the cabala, he is archdemon in charge of the nine infernal hierarchies that follow the first, which is ruled by either Satan or Samael, making him second only to the infernal ruler, himself. According to Matthew, Mark, and Luke of the Bible, he is "prince of the devils." He fell from the order of the Cherubim. Among his titles are "Lord of the Flies" and "Lord of Chaos". He is a demon of great power that sorcerers have conjured at great risk.

Beezebuth - See Belzebuth.

Behemiel (Hariel and Hashmal) - the Cherub guardian of domestic animals. He is, in fact, the chief angel of the hashmallim, or cherubim.

Behemoth - a male monster of chaos (who is part whale, crocodile, and hippopotamus) and a fallen angel and demon of the deep who encourages gluttony and the pleasures of the belly. He was created by God on the fifth day of creation. He is generally associated with Leviathan, an equally monstrous female entity. He is often paired with Rahab, the original angel of the seas, and with the Angel of Death.

Belbel - one of the fallen angels.

Beleth (Bileth, Bilet and Byleth) - a fallen angel, formerly of the Powers, the order that he hopes to rejoin, he currently commands 85 infernal legions. As a king in hell, he rides upon a pale horse and has his arrival announced by trumpets.

Belfagor - See Belphegor.

Belhar - see Bernael.

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

Beliael - one of the angels who guard the gates of the North Wind.

Balial a.k.a. Beliar and Berial - a great fallen angel, once of the virtues, who is described as being the very essence of evil. He is one of Satan's most important demons. In Paradise Lost I, Milton describes him thus: "Belial came last; than whom a spirit more lewd. Fell not from Heav'n. or more gross to love. Vice it self." Then, in Paradise Lost II he says, "A fairer person lost not Heav'n; he seemed/For dignity compos'd and high exploit;" and then quickly adds, "all was false and hollow." His could also be another name for Sheol (Hell). And, yet another source says that he is Hell's ambassador to Turkey.

Beliar a.k.a. Belier ("worthless") - a fallen angel, often said to be the same as demon Belial. As such, he often brags about having been one who "fell among the worthier sort." In all references to this entity he is described as either being the very personification or symbol of evil itself. In writings about the apocalypse, he is the prince of darkness, God's ultimate adversary. He is said to be the angel of lawlessness and to have been created "next after Lucifer". When asked, in The Gospel of Bartholomew, who he is, Beliar responds, "At first I was called Satanel, which is interpreted as a messenger of God, but when I rejected the image of god my name was calld Satanas, that is, an angel that keepeth Hell (Tartarus)....I was formed the first angel...Michael second, Gabriel third, Uriel fourth, Raphael fifth, Nathanael sixth....These are the angels of vengeance that were first formed." Some sources say that Beliar was originally of both the orders of angels and of Virtues. Others say that he was never an angel and that, like Ahriman, he has always been "independent of God and God's opposite equal." In short, he is the very epitome of evil.

Belphegor a.k.a. Belfagor and Baal-Peor ("lord of opening" or "lord Baal of Mt. Phegor") - the fallen angel who is the infernal ambassador to France. The demon of inventions and discoveries, he fell from the Principalities. When he is invoked during black magick rites he manifests as a young woman. He was once a god of licentiousness in the Moabite pantheon and may be the counterpart to Hindu's Rutrem, who is usually depicted with an erect phallus.

Belsal - an angel who, under Gamiel rules the first hour of the night.

Bel-se-buth - See Beelzebub.

Belzeboub - Dante's name for Satan. Also see Beelzebub.

Belzaboul - See Beelzebub.

Belzebud - See Beelzebub.

Belzebuth - prince of the Seraphim who, according to De Plancy in Dictionnaire Infernal III, is the demonic ruler of July.

Ben Ani - an angel whose name is inscribed upon the heavens in Malachim (the language of angels) and who can be invoked to control demons.

Ben Nez a.k.a. Rubiel or Ruhiel ("hawk") - in the Talmud he is responsible for holding the South Wind at bay to prevent it from consuming the world. His is also the name of a mountain.

Benad Hasche ("daughters of god") - Arabic angels of worship.

Bencul - one of the nine angels listed in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses who is invoked during cabalistic rites in the general citation of Moses.

Bene Elim - See Bene Elohim.

Bene Elohim a.k.a. Bene Elim and B'ne Elohim ("sons of God") - the Cabalistic name for the Choir of the Thrones. They are the angels of the tenth subdivision of the thrones who incessantly sing the praises of god. Their chief is either Azazel or Hofniel. Those of Genesis 6:2 are sometimes called the ischim.

Bene ha-Elohim (literally, "children of God) - See Bene Elohim.

Beniel - a Solomonic angel who is invoked to command demons and to grant one the gift of invisibility.

Benign Angel - See Uriel.

Beodonos - a Solomonic angel used to conjure the Reed.

Beqa a.k.a. Biqa - Satan's name before he sinned against the Creator and was vanquished by Michael. After the rebellion his name became Kasbeel and then, later, Satanail, from which Satan is derived.

Beratiel - one of the angels who rules the twelfth hour of the day (noon)

Berekeel ("my blessing is God") - an Enochian angel of the seasons.

Berial - See Belial.

Berith - See Balberith.

Berka'el - an angel who serves under Melkejal as a ruling spirit of three of the year's months.

Bernael - the angel of darkness in Falasha lore, and, when used as another name for Beliel, an angel of evil.

Beshter - the Zoroastrian name for Michael who is said to have fed mankind, which also equate him with Metatron.

Bethor - One of seven supreme angels who rule the 196 Olympic provinces into which Heaven has been divided. He is in charge of 42 of those provinces and commands kings, princes, dukes, and other royalty, as well as 29,000 angelic legions. He is also said to "govern all things that are ascribed to Jupiter." See Bathor.

Bethuael ("house or man of God") - one of the ruling angels of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

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

Betuliel - a ruling angel of the zodiac.

Bezrial - a guardian of the Third Heaven.

Bhaga - one of the celestial gods in Vedic lore who are similar to the angels of Judeo-Christianity. Also see Adityas.

Bibiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Bifiel - a guardian of the halls of the Sixth Heaven.

Bigtha (Biztha) - one of Ginzberg's seven angels of confusion, and one of the two pressers of the winepress. In the house of Ahasuerus, he is an angel of destruction.

Bilet - See Beleth.

Bileth - See Beleth.

Binah ("understanding") - the third sephira of the Tree of Life and "the sea" in The Book of Concealed Mystery.

Biqa (Amharic for "good person") - the original name of Kasbeel. He fell by shunning God upon the moment of his creation and his name was changed to Kazbeel, which means "he who lies to god."

Bizbul ("in Zebul") - one of the many names of Metatron.

Biztha - See Bigtha.

Blaef - an angel who serves Sarabotes as the Friday angel of air and ruler of the West Wind.

Blautel - an angel invoked in necromancy to contact the dead.

Bludon - one of the seven Electors. He takes the place of Ganael, in Conybeare's Testament of Solomon, as a planetary ruler.

Bne Seraphim - a cabalistic angel of Mercury and an intelligence of Venus in talismanic magick.

B'ne Elohim - See Bene Elohim.

Boamiel - one of the six angels who guards the four cardinal points of Heaven (the altitudes). The others are Cabriel, Scamijm, Dohel, Madiel, and Adrael.

Bobel - a demon who inflicts diseases upon humans.

Boel a.k.a. Boul, Booel, Bohel and Dohel ("God is in him") - one of the seven great angels who stands in front of God's Throne. In the Cabala, he is a resident of the First or Seventh Heaven and holds the keys to the four cardinal points of the material world. When Boel uses these keys to unlock the gates, and the two cherubic guards permit it, all of the angelic hosts may enter the Garden of Eden. He is also a governor of Saturn.

Brahma - one of the mighty angels of the Bhagavad-Gita who, along with Vishna and Mahish, was born of the primary properties.

Bortzachiak - See Bartzachiah.

Briel - one of the childbirth amulet angels.

Brieus - the only angel capable of overpowering and outsmarting the demon Rabdos.

Brihaspati - See Vrihaspati.

Bualu - one of the eight all-powerful angels who are summoned during conjurations. The cabalistic instructions for calling these angels forth are that they "must be called three times from the four corners of the world with a clear and powerful voice and when the name of each is pronounced three times, then three sounds must be uttered by the horn." Other angels that are a part of this group of eight include, Atuesel, Ebuhuel, Tubatlu, Tulatu, Labusi, and Ublisi.

Buchuel - an angel's name inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) used to protect one from evil.

Buddha - See Budh Avatar.

Budh Avatar - the ninth of the ten avatars of Vedic lore.

Buhair - one of ten Mandaean angels (uthri) who follow along with the sun on its daily course.

Bull - the Zoroastrian source of all light who was created by Ormazd and, then, killed by Ahriman. His scattered seed is what created the first humans.

Bultala - See Tephros.

Burcat - See Burchat.

Burchat - a angel of the air who is also a regent of the Fourth Heaven and a messenger of the sun. He is also a ruler of Sunday. He may be invoked in the west.

Burkhan - another name for Zoroaster in Manchean lore, where he is an incarnate messenger "of the God of Light to man."

Busasejal - an Enochian fallen angel.

Busthariel - an angel's name inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) for protection against evil.

Bushyansta - the Persian demon of sleep who prevents men from engaging in acts of devotion.

Butatar - See Butator.

Butator (Butatar) - the regent of mathematical calculus. He serves in the third hour of the night and is invoked during ritual magick.

Byleth - See Beleth.

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

Cabrael - See Cabriel.

Cabriel (Cabrael, Kabriel) - a regent of Aquarius and one of the six guardians of the four cardinal points of Heaven.

Cadat - an angel invoked during Solomonic rites who is "mostly pure."

Cadulech - one of the most holy angels of God invoked when conjuring the Sword of Moses.

Cael - a regent of the sign of Cancer.

Cafon - See Zephon.

Cahetel - See Cahethel.

Cahethel - a prince of the eight Seraphim, regent of agriculture, and one of the seventy-two Shemhamphora. In cabalistic rituals he is often invoked to aid in crop production. He corresponds with the angel Asicat.

Cahor - the spirit of deceit and an angel of the third hour.

Caila - in the Greater Key of Solomon, one of the angels invoked during rituals to conjure the Archangel Uriel. According to the grimoires, Caila is also one of the four words that God spoke, using his mouth, to Moses. The other three words were Josta, Agla, and Ablati.

Caim (Caym, Camio) - a fallen angel who is a great president in Hell, where he commands 30 infernal legions in the form of a thrush. He is formerly of the Choir of Angels.

Caldulech (Caldurech) - an angel who is invoked during ceremonial ritual. He is said to be "a most pure angels."

Caldurech - See Caldulech.

Caliel - See Calliel.

Calinzantin - a "good angel" used in conjurations.

Calliel (Caliel) - an angel of the Divine Presence who lives in the Second Heaven. He is also one of the seventy-two Shemhamphora and can be invoked for immediate help when facing adversity. He corresponds with the angel Tersatosoa or Tepisatosoa.

Caluel (Calvel) - an angel of Wednesday who either lives in the Second or Third Heaven. He can be invoked in the south. Possibly a variation of Calliel, he too corresponds with Tersatosoa.

Calvel - See Caluel.

Calzas - a regent of Tuesday who lives in the Fifth Heaven. In order to invoke him one must be in the east.

Camael a.k.a. Camiel, Camiul, Kemuel, Khamael, Camniel, Cancel, Kehemuel, Camuel, and Chamuel - an angel who presides over beauty, joy, happiness and contentment. He is also one of the most controversial angels of the celestial hierarchy because he is often confused with Samael. His name means "He who sees God" and he is the prince regent of the Powers as well as one of the seven great Archangels. He is also the angel of war and the supreme regent of Mars and Aries. He controls 12,000 angels of destruction and tried to prevent God from giving the Torah (Law) to Moses. In the Cabala, he is justice personified and is identified with the fifth sephira of the Tree of Life, known as Severity. It is in occult lore that Camael is said to be a fallen angel, Count Palatine, to be specific. This, however, could be a result of him being mistaken for Samael who really is a destructive force of the infernal order and not of the Divine Presence.

Camal (Hebrew for "to desire God") - a cabalistic archangel.

Camaysar - an angel of the fifth hour of the day and an occult angel "of the marriage of contraries."

Cambiel - a regent of Aquarius and the ninth hour of the day.

Cambill -$$one of Narcorial's assistants, ruler of the eighth hour of the night.

Cameron - a regent of midday (noon) and an assistant to Beratiel. Some Cabalistic authorities identify him as an infernal entity ruled by Beelzebub or Astaroth. He can, therefore, be used in conjurations of either of those two entities.

Camiel - See Camael.

Camio - See Caim.

Camiul - See Camael.

Camniel - See Camael.

Camuel - See Camael.

Cancel - See Camael.

Caneloas - "a most holy angel" used in Solomonic invocations.

Capabile - one of the sun's three messengers.

Capabili - an angelic ruler of Sunday who resides in the Fourth Heaven and can be invoked in the west.

Caphriel - a strong and powerful regent of Saturday. In occult circles he is used for summoning the energy of Saturn.

Capitiel - a regent of the Fourth Heaven and the fourth altitude who is invoked during the magickal prayers found in The Almadel of Solomon.

Caracasa - one of the four ruling angels of Spring. The other three are Core, Amatiel, and Comissoros.

Caraniel - an angel of the Third Heaven, according to the lore of Mosaic mysticism.

Carcas - one of the angels of confusion. The "knocker" of Ahasuerus' legend.

Cardiel - an angel used in ceremonial rites. designed to conjure the Sword of Moses.

Carmax - an angel of Tuesday who serves under Samax.

Carniel - an angel of the Third Heaven.

Carnivean - an angel who fell from his position as a prince Powers. He is now a demon who is invoked during magickal Sabbaths.

Carniveau - See Carnivean.

Carreau - the angel who, along with the demon Baruch, possessed the body of Sister Seraphica of Loudon. In Gustav Davidson's A Dictionary of Angels, he is said to have "guarded a drop of water that bewitched the sister's stomach.

Carsiol - one of Anael's assistants and regent of the second hour of the day.

Casardia - See Gazardiel.

Casmaron - an angel of the air.

Casmiros - a ministering angel to Dardariel, ruler of the eleventh hour of the night.

Cass Cassiah - an angel called upon to cure skin disorders.

Cassiel a.k.a. Casiel - the supreme regent of Saturn and Capricorn. He is also one of the three angels of Saturday. He is the angel of solitudes and tears among whose duties it is to bring forth "the unity of the Eternal Kingdom." He is the Sarim, or prince regent, of the Powers but only a regent of the Seventh Heaven. He is occasionally said to be the angel of temperance. One of a trio of angels that includes Machatan and Uriel. In the Picture Museum of Sorcery, Magic and Alchemyis a reproduction of a page out of the Book of Spirits that shows how to conjure Cassiel. And in both The Magus and the Book of Spirits are his sigil and his signature. In The Magus Barrett dubs him Cassiel Mocoton and pictures him as a bearded jinn atop a dragon, yet in The Magus II, he says that Cassiel and Mocoton are two separate entities, in which instance both are rulers of Saturday.

Castiel - an angelic ruler of Thursday.

Casujoiah - a regent of Capricorn.

Cathetel - The guardian angel of the garden. He increases the growth and yield of vegetables and fruits and keeps them healthy.

Catroije - an angel of the Second Heaven.

Causub - an angel of the seventh hour and who can be invoked to charm snakes.

Caym - See Caym.

Cazardia - a variation of Gazardiel.

Cedar a.k.a. Kerkoutha - an angelic ruler of the south.

Cedrion - an angelic ruler of the south who can be invoked for help in conjuring the Reed.

Cernaiul - an angel of the Venus sphere and the seventh sephira of the Tree of Life.

Cervihel - See Cerviel.

Cerviel a.k.a. Cervihel and Zehuel - one of the chiefs of the Principalities and the angel sent by God to help David slay Goliath.

Cetarari a.k.a. Ctariri and Crarari - one of the four angelic spirits of winter listed in De Plancy's Dictionnaire Infernal.

Chabalym - an angel used in cabalistic rituals that is of either the order of Seraphim or Cherubim.

Chachmal (Chachmiel) - one of the childbirth amulet angels.

Chachmiel - See Chachmal.

Chadakiel - See Hadakiel.

Chafriel - one of the childbirth amulet angels.

Chahoel - one of seventy-two cabalistic quinary angels of the degrees of the zodiac.

Chaigidiel - according to The Holy Kabbalah, in the world of Asaiah, the Qliphira equivalent to Chochma (wisdom) from the Tree of Life in the Briatic world.

Chairoum - the angel of the north in The Gospel of Bartholomew. According to the same source, he holds "a rod of fire, and restraineth the superfluity of moisture that the earth be not overmuch wet."

Chajoth - See Hayyoth.

Chalkatoura - one of the nine angels in The Gospel of Bartholomew who "run throughout the heavenly and earthly places."

Chalkydri (Kalkydra) - the Enochian twelve-winged archangels who reign over the flying elements of the sun. They are connected to the phoenixes and the orders of the Seraphim and the Cherubim. They reside in the Fourth Heaven and burst into song as the sun rises. They are said to be demons in Gnosticism and Charles' introduction to Enoch II, where he describes them as "monstrous serpents with the heads of crocodiles" and as "natural products of the Egyptian imagination."

Chammaday - See Ashmedai.

Chamuel ("he who seeks God") - an Archangel and one of the chiefs of the Dominions. He is also one of the chiefs of the Powers, along with Nisroc and others. Chamuel, like Gabriel, is also credited with being an angel of Gethsemane and for having helped to fortify Jesus with assurances that he would be resurrected.

Chamyel a.k.a. Kamuel, Haniel, Simiel, etc. ("he who seeks God") - one of the fifteen angels who stands before God's Throne found in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Chaniel - one of the angels who guard the West Wind who is also a childbed amulet angel.

Chantare - the occult equivalent of Hahael.

Charavah - See Charbiel.

Charbiel a.k.a. Charavah ("dryness") - the angel who dried up the Earth after the universal deluge.

Charby - an angel who ministers to Abasdarhon as a ruler of the fifth hour of the night.

Charciel - an angel of the Fourth Heaven.

Chardiel - an angel who serves under Anael as a ruler of the second hour of the day.

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

Charis ("grace") - In Gnosticism, an angel of great wisdom who was created by divine will.

Charman - a ministering angel to Dardariel who rules the eleventh hour of the night.

Charmeas - a servant of Samael's who reigns over the first hour of the day.

Charms - an assistant to Vadriel who rules the ninth hour of the day.

Charnij - an angel who rules the tenth hour of the day under Oriel.

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

Charpon - an angel who rules the first hour of the day under the watchful eye of Samael.

Charsiel - See Charciel.

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

Chasan - a Solomonic angel of the air whose name can be found on the seventh pentacle of the Sun.

Chasdiel - one of the many names of Metatron, this one is used "when Metatron does kindness to the world."

Chaskiel - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Chasmal - See Hashmal.

Chasmodai - according to Paracelsus' doctrine of Talismans, a spirit of the moon who serves Malach Be. He is often identified with Asmodeus.

Chassiel - an intelligence of the Sun in The Secret Grimoire of Turiel.

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

Chavakiah - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphora.

Chaya - the singular form of Hayyoth.

Chaylim - the Enochian "armies of angels ruled over and led by Chayyliel."

Chaylon - an angel mentioned in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses who is said to be used in invocations. He either belongs to the order of Cherubim or Seraphim.

Chayo - one of the fifteen Thrones listed in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses who is used in ritual magick.

Chayoh - See Hayyoth.

Chayyiel - See Chayyiel H.

Chayyiliel - See Chayyiel H.

Chayyliel - See Chayyiel H.

Chayyiel H a.k.a. Chayyiliel - the chief of the angels of the Merkabah, or Divine Chariot. In the Cabala, these angels are called the Hayyoth, or Chayoth, and identified as members of the Cherubim. According to Enoch, Chayyiel is so immense and powerful that he could swallow the Earth in one gulp, if he so desired. He is also in charge of the celestial choirs and punishes, with fire lashings, the angels who are out of time in the singing of the Holy Trisagion. Before Chayyliel "all the children of heaven do tremble."

Chayyliel - See Chayyiel H.

Chayyoth - See Hayyoth.

Chebo - one of the seventy-two quinary angels of the zodiac.

Chedusitanick - See Chedustaniel.

Chedustaniel (Chedusitanick) - an angel of Jupiter and Friday who is invoked in the east. He is also a resident of the Third Heaven. Also see Corael and Setchiel.

Chemos - a fallen angel of Paradise Lost, otherwise the equivalent of Peor and Nisroc.

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

Cheriour - a "terrible angel" in charge of punishing criminals, whom he constantly torments.

Chermes - an angelic servant of Nacoriel who rules the ninth hour of the night.

Chermiel - an angelic ruler of Friday who resides in the Third Heaven and can be invoked in the south.

Cherub a.k.a. Kerub and the singular from of cherubim - a cabalistic angel of the air who was created to be the "Guardian of the Terrestrial Paradise, with a Sword of Flame." He is also a chief of the order of Cherubim.

Cherubiel a.k.a. Kerubiel - the angel for which the choir of Cherubim is named, and one of their reigning chiefs.

Chesed ("mercy" or "good") - the fourth Sephira.

Chesetial - a ruling angel of the zodiac.

Chirangiyah - See Parasurama.

Chismael - a regent of Jupiter.

Chiva - See Hayyoth.

Chnum - See Anmael.

Chobabiel - a fallen angel.

Chobaliel - an Enochian fallen angels.

Chochma a.k.a. Hokhmah ("wisdom") - the first thing that God created and the only one of his celestial ideas to have actually become personified. That personification, Chochma, is the second of the holy Sephira whose living form is the angel Raziel.

Chochmael (Hochmael) - an angel of Transcendental Magic who is invoked during conjurations.

Chockma - See Chochma.

Choesed - See Hoesediel.

Chofniel - chief angel of the bene elohim, children of God.

Chontare - See Rochel.

Chordad - See Haurvatat.

Choriel - an angel of the eighth hour of the day who is ruled by Oscaebial.

Chorob - an angel of the tenth hour of the day who serves under Oriel.

Chosniel ("cover") - an angel used in Mosaic incantations to give one a good memory and an open heart.

Chrail (Chreil) - an angel of Mandaean lore.

Chreil - See Chrail.

Chromme - See Nanael.

Chrymos - an angel of the fifth hour of the night who serves under Abasdarhon.

Chuabotheij - a cabalistic angel of the Seal.

Chur - the Zoroastrian angel of the Sun.

Chuscha - one of the fifteen angels who face God's Throne.

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

Chutriel - an angel who rules over the Mire of Clay, the fifth of the seven lodges of hell (arka).

Coahabiath - See Cochabiel.

Cochabel - a regent of the planet Mercury.

Cochabiel - See Cochabel.

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

Colopatiron - the Nuctemeron, an angel who unlocks prison gates. Pray to this sacred being for liberation and independence. He is also a ruler of the ninth hour of the night.

Colzras - an angel of the planet Venus.

Comadiel - an angel of the third hour of the day who serves under Veguaniel.

Comary - an angel who serves under Narcoriel as a ruler of the ninth hour hour of the night.

Comato - an angel invoked to consecrate Wax.

Comatos - See Comato.

Commissoros - one of the four angels of Spring.

Conamas - an angel invoked to consecrate Wax.

Confessors - one of the twelve orders of Heywood's Celestial Hierarchy in The Hierarchy of the Blessed Angels.

Coniel - an angel of the Third Heaven and of Friday.

Contemplation - the name of a Cherub in Milton's Il Penseroso.

Cophi - an angel invoked to consecrate Wax.

Corabael - an angel of the Third Heaven and of Monday.

Corael -$$ an angel who, along with Chedustaniel and Setchiel, can be prayed to to fulfill one's desires.

Corat - an angel resident of the Third Heaven who can be invoked in the east. He is also a ruler of Friday.

Core - one of the four angels of Spring.

Coriel - an angel who, under Mendrion, rules the seventh hour of the night.

Corinne - a fictional female angel from Clash of the Angels by Jonathan Daniels.

Corobael - See Corabael.

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

Cosmiel - the angel from Oedipus Egyptiacus who was a companion to the seventeenth-century Jesuit Athanasius Kircher while he was on his inter-planetary journey.

Cosmocrator - in Gnosticism, he is the regent of the world under the name Diabolus (the Devil), which immediately associates him with Astaroth and the infernal regions. But, he and his consort, Barbelso are said to come together and "sing the praises of the light," which would imply that Cosmocrator is not entirely evil.

Craoscha - See Sraosha.

Crarari - See Cetarari.

Cripon - "a holy angel of God" invoked to conjure the Reed in Solomonic rites.

Crocel a.k.a. Crokel, Procel, Pucel, Pocel - a fallen angel, formerly of the Powers, and a duke in the infernal regions where he is in command of 48 legions. He told Solomon that he hopes to, one day, return to his former glory. Until then he teaches man geometry and the liberal arts. If he is the same angel as Procel, his sigil appears in The Book of Ceremonial Magic by Waite.

Crociel - an angel who, under Barginiel, who rules the seventh hour of the day.

Crocell - See Crocel.

Cruciel - an angel of the third hour of the night who serves under Sarquamich.

Crokel - See Crocel.

Ctarari - one of the two angels of winter, the other is Amabael.

Cukbiel - an angel used in the binding spell, "Binding the Tongue of the Ruler." both of which can be found in the Syrian text of invocation rituals, The Book of Protection and Budge's Amulets and Talismans.

Cuniali - an angel of association and a ruler of the eighth hour.

Cupra - a member of the Novensiles who personifies light.

Curaniel - a Monday angel who lives in the Third Heaven and is invoked in the south.

Cureton - "a holy angel of God" of the grimoires who is called upon during black magick rituals.

Curson - See Purson.

Cynabal - a ruler of air and Sunday who serves Varcan.

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Daath ("knowledge") - according to the Cabala, this is a hidden sephira in between the first and second spheres. It represents knowledge and has intensely sexual connotations. This is, however a spiritual sexuality that represents divine union and ecstasy. However, according to The Wisdom of the Kabbalah, it is a combination of the second and third sephiroth.

Daiel - See Dagiel.

Dabariel - See Radueriel.

Dabria - one of the five angels who transcribed the 204 books of Ezra. The other four were Ecanus, Sarea, Selmiah (Seleucia), and Asiel.

Dabriel - a heavenly scribe who resides in the First Heaven. He is a ruler of Monday who is invoked from the north.

Daden - a Gnostic angel of great power who lives in the Sixth Heaven.

Daemon - See Angel Facts.

Daevas a.k.a. Devas - See Angel Facts.

Daghiel - See Dagiel.

Dagiel a.k.a. Daghiel and Daiel - the guardian angel of fish and a ruler of the Venus sphere. He can also be invoked during Friday conjurations by addressing him as "great angel, strong and powerful prince."

Dagon - a national Phoenician god with the upper body of a man and the tail of a fish (a Merman, who is considered to be a fallen angel in Milton's Paradise Lost I.

Dagymiel - an angelic who ruler of the zodiac.

Dahak - See Ahriman.

Dahariel - an angel of the First Heaven and of the order of the shinanim. According to the Hechaloth Rabbati he is a guardian of the Fifth Heaven.

Dahavauron - a prince of the Divine Presence and a guardian of the Third Heaven.

Dahaviel (Kahaviel) - a guardian of the First Heaven.

Dahnay - a "holy angel of God" who is listed in grimoires as an angel to be called upon during black magick conjurations.

Dai (Dey) - an angel of the Powers and a Zoroastrian angel of December.

Daiel - See Dagiel.

Daimon - See Daemon.

Daksha - one of the seven shining Gods of Vedic lore.

Dalkiel - an infernal prince, regent of Sheol (Hell) and assistant to Duma, the angel of the "stillness of death." He works in the seventh lodge of Hell where he is responsible for punishing ten nations.

Dalmai - "a holy angel of God" invoked to consecrate fire.

Dalmaii - See Dalmai.

Dalmay - See Dalmai.

Dalquiel - one of three cabalistic princes of the Third Heaven. The other two are Jabniel and Rabacyal. All three of them serve Anahel as rulers over fire.

Damabiah - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphora. He, along with Prebiou, rules over naval construction.

Damabiath - an angel used in cabalistic magick who, when summoned using the fifth seal, manifests as a beautiful being. He is also of the order of Powers.

Dameal - an angel of the Fifth Heaven and a ruler of Tuesday who is invoked in the east.

Dameb'el - one of the seventy-two angels of the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac.

Damiel - either an angel who serves Sazquiel as a ruler of the fifth hour or one who serves Vadriel as a ruler of the ninth hour. Either way, he is an angel invoked when conjuring the Sword of Moses.

Damlay - See Damlai.

Daniel - an angel of the Principalities whose name means "God is my judge." And a "high holy angel," one of the Shemhamphora.

Danjal - an Enochian member of a troop of fallen angels. He rules over lowers from his underworld perch.

Dara - a Zoroastrian angel of the rains and rivers.

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

Dardael - See Dardiel.

Darda'il - an Arabic angel used in exorcisms.

Dardariel - the chief ruling angel of the eleventh hour of the night.

Dardiel - one of the three angels of Sunday, along with Michael and Hurtapel.

Daresiel - an angelic servant to Samael who rules the first hour of the day.

Dargitael - a regent of the halls of the Fifth Heaven.

Dariel - See Dahariel.

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

Darmosiel - an angel who serves Sarindiel as a ruler of midnight.

Darquiel - an angel of the First Heaven and a ruler of Monday who is invoked in the south.

Daryoel - See Radueriel.

Dasim - the demon of discord who is one of the five male offspring of the Muslim Eblis.

Daveithe - one of the four great and wise angels of Gnosticism who surround the Self-Begotten (God).

David - one of the seven Gnostic archons.

Dealzhat - a cabalistic mighty and secret name of God, or a great and wise angel who Joshua called upon, with Baahando to make the sun stop moving.

Degaliel - one of the angels whose name is inscribed upon the Solomonic third pentacle of Venus.

Degalim - one of the sub choirs that sings the Trisagion under the direction of the great archangel Tagas, a "Song-Uttering Choir."

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

Deheborym - an angelic guard of the First Heaven.

Deliel - an angel of the Fourth Heaven.

Delukiel - an angel of the Seventh Heaven.

Demiourgos - See Demiurge.

Demiurge - The great archon (ruler) in Gnosticism. To Valentinus he is "an angel like God," equated with the God of the Jews. He has always been connected with Mithras. And, in The Study of the Kabalah, Demiourgos is the Greek's name for Metatron. One of Demiurge's titles is "Architect of the Universe," which suggests that it was he, and not God, who created the world, at the moment of Ain Soph, the Unknowable.

Demon - See Fallen Angels and Demons.

Demoniarch - one of Satan's titles.

Deramiel - an angel of the Third Heaven.

Derdekea - a manifestation of the Shekinah, or Cosmic Mother, who comes down to Earth to save humanity.

Devas - See Angel Facts.

The Devil - See Satan.

Dey - See Dai.

Diabolos - See Diabolus.

Diabolus (Asteroth) - in Bunyan's Holy War Diabolus is the name of the devil who is assisted by Apollyon, Python, Cerberus, Legion, Lucifer, as well as other "diabolonians."

Dibburiel - another name for Radueriel.

Didnaor - an angel listed in The Book of the Angel Raziel (Sefer Raziel).

Dina a.k.a. Yefefiah and Iofiel - a Cabalistic guardian of the Torah (Law) and of wisdom who resides in the Seventh Heaven. When the world was first created, she taught humans seventy languages. Her role is that of a guiding and teaching angel who inspires mortals to pursue wisdom, knowledge and love of learning.

Diniel - one of the childbed amulet angels who is also used n Syriac incantations. He is also a member of the group of angels used in the spell called "binding the tongue of the ruler."

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

Dirael - a guardian of the Sixth Heaven.

Djibril a.k.a. Jibril and Gabriel - the "Faithful Spirit" of the Koran.

Dobiel - See Dubbiel.

Dodekas - divine powers of Valentinian gnosticism whose chief is Ogdoas.

Dohel - See Boel.

Dokiel - "the archangel who is like the sun, holding the balance in his hand," of The Testament of Abraham XIII. "The weighing angel."

Domedon-Dexomedon - the "aeon of aeons" who is under the rule of Ogdoas.

Domiel a.k.a. Dumiel and Abir Gahidriom - a great Arcon, "prince of majesty, fear, and trembling," who is a guardian of the sixth hall of the Seventh Heaven and a regent of the four elements.

Dominion - according to Philo, this is the name of "the oldest angel."

Domol - See Domos.

Domos a.k.a. Domol - one of the twelve names for the evil eye and an angel who is called upon in magick rituals.

Donachiel - an angel of occult lore who is invoked to control demons.

Donahan - a cabalistic archangel who is called upon during ceremonial rites.

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

Doniel - one of the seventy-two angelic rulers of the zodiac.

Donquel - an angel prince of Venus who is invoked by a man to secure the love of a woman.

Doremiel - an angel of Friday who is invoked in the north.

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

Doucheil - an angel of Mandaean lore.

Douma - See Duma.

Douth - one of the nine angels in The Gospel of Bartholomew who "run together through the heavenly and earthly places." Bartholomew learns their names from Beliar.

Doxomedon - a wise and great angel mentioned in the gnostic text Revelations of Zostrian.

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

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

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

Drelmeth - an angel who serves under Vegeuaniel as a ruler of the third hour of the day.

Drial - a guardian of the Fifth Heaven.

Drop - an angelic power of the Berlin Codex who comes down to earth to help save mankind. See Derdekea.

Drsmiel - a malefic angel who is invoked to separate a man from his wife.

Dubbiel a.k.a. Dubiel and Dobiel ("bear-god") - the guardian angel of Babylonia, Persia, and the special accusers of Israel. The angel who replaced Gabriel during his twenty-one day banishment from the Divine Presence. Since all of the angels of nations became corrupted (with the exception of Israel's protector, Michael), Dubbiel is now considered to be a demon.

Duchiel - an angel of Solomonic ritual who is called upon for controlling demons.

Duma (in Aramaic, his name means "silence") - the guardian angel of Egypt, and a prince of Hell who commands thousands of the angels of destruction and has 12,000 myriads of servants who are charged with punishing sinners. The angel of silence and the stillness of death, and the angel of vindication. He is also said to be the guardian of the fourteenth gate in Hell. And, according to I.B. Singer's Short Friday, he is a "thousand-eyed angel of death, armed with a fiery rod or flaming sword."

Dumah - See Duma.

Dumariel - an angel of the eleventh hour of the night who is ruled by Dardariel.

Dumiel - See Domiel.

Dunahel - See Alimiel.

Dunamis - See Dynamis.

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

Duvdeviyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Dynamis - one of the seven aeons who, like Pistis Sophia gave birth to the superior angels. He is the gnostic chief male personification of power to Pistis Sophia's chief female personification of wisdom. Dynamis is also thought to be one of the many names of Metatron and he is also said to be a member of the Mights.

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Ea - a Babylonian God equated with the Taurine Angel.

Ebed - one of the many names of Metatron.

Eblis a.k.a. Iblis and Haris - the Muslim equivalent of the Christian Satan whose name means "despair." Before his fall he was a treasurer in Heaven. In the Asian romance Vahek Eblis is described as follows: "Before his fall he was called Azazel. When Adam was created, God commanded all the angels to worship him, but Eblis refused." By responding with, according to The Legends of the Jews, "Me thou hast created of smokeless fire, and shall I reverence a creature made of dust?" Upon hearing this God made Eblis into a shetan, a devil, and thus he became their father. The Arabs have three classifications of spirits: angels (good), jinn (good and evil), and demons (evil). In the Arab holy book, the Koran, Eblis is a jinn. It is even written that their God, Mohammed, taught Eblis some of the suras (holy passages) in the Koran.

Ebriel - the ninth of the ten unholy sephiroth of the Qliphoth or Infernal Tree.

Ebuhuel - one of the eight omnipotent angels of The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses. He is also an angel who is called upon in cabalistic conjurations.

Ecanus (Elkanah) - an angelic scribe who inspires writers. He is also one of the five angels who transcribed the 204 books of Ezra. Of the books, seventy contained esoteric knowledge that was only to be revealed to Jewish wisemen, the remainder were for public use.

Efchal (Efchiel) - possibly another name for Zophiel.

Efchiel - See Efchal.

Efniel - one of the Cherubim and possibly the inspiration for Milton's Zephon.

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

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

Egoroi - See Grigori.

Egregori - See Grigori.

Egrimiel - a guardian of the halls of the Sixth Heaven.

Eheres - an angel of the occult used for the consecration of Wax.

Eiael - an angel who teaches the occult sciences and has the power to prolong human life. To invoke him, speak the fourth verse of Psalm 36. He is also one of the seventy-two Shemhamphora. He is similar to the angel Abiou.

Eirnills - the regent of fruit and a ruler of the sixth hour.

Eisheth Zenunim - in The Zohar, a book of cabalistic thought, she is one of the four concubines of Samael's and mother of the best of the Chiva, not to be confused with the Hindu God, Shiva. She is also know as "the harlot" and the mother of prostitution. Samael's other three concubines and angels of prostitution are Agrat bat Mahlaht, Lilith, and Naamah.

Eistibus - an angel of divination and of the fourth hour.

El-Adrel - a wise angel who is invoked to bring one the music of their choosing.

El Auria - an angel of flame who is the equivalent of Oriel and Uriel.

El Awar - See Awar.

El - one of the secret names of God that is connected to the fourth sephira in the Tree of Life. It means "God" or "angel" and is also the ending of most angels' names, where it means "son of God," The pluralized form of el is elohim. According to the Canaanites, El is the angel who fathered Shahar and Shalim by a mortal woman. This, of course, would make him a fallen angel.

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

Elael - See Eliel.

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

Elamos - an angel invoked by the Master of the Art in Solomonic conjurations.

Elberith - See Balberith.

Electors - the seven planetary spirits or angels of Hell, an idea that stems from the Akkadians. The names of these angels, according to The Testament of Solomon, are: Aciel, servant to Raphael; Anael, servant to Haniel; Ariel, servant to Michael; Barbiel, servant to Zaphiel; Ganael, servant to Apadiel and Camael; Marbuel, servant to Gabriel; Mephistophile, servant to Zadkiel. Some authorities classify them as infernal forces. In Agrippa's list the names are the same except that Bludon and Apadiel replace Anael and Ganael, respectively.

Eleinos - one of the Aeons of Gnosticism.

Eleleth (Heleleth) - one of the four wise angels who surround the arch-aeon Autogenes.

Elemiah - an angel who watches over those who travel on water. One of the Seraphim of the Tree of Life and a member of the seventy-two Shemhamphora.

Elemiel - a Cabalistic angel of the moon.

Elias - See Elijah.

Eliel (Elael) - an angel who may be used in ritual magick.

Elijah, known to the Greeks as Elias ("my God is Jehovah" - In the Old Testament there were two Hebrew patriarchs who were taken up to heaven while they were still alive: Enoch and Elijah. Enoch and Elijah were both given a ride in a chariot of fire that was drawn by fiery horses. Enoch became Metatron, Elijah may have became Sandalphon. Another version says that Elijah was already "one of the greatest and mightiest of the fiery angel host" to begin with. Another tale tells of Elijah defeating the angel of death in battle only being stopped short of destroying him by God himself (for God still had a plan for that particular angel). According to Pirke Rabbi Eliezer, Elijah is the "psychopomp whose duty is to stand at the crossways of Paradise and guide the pious to their appointed places." The Hasidic Rabbi Elimelekh names Elijah, as Sandalphon, the "Angel of the Covenant". In Jewish Passover festivals, a cup for Elijah is filled with wine and there is a place left at the table (the seder) for him as "the expected guest." In Blake's Marriage of Heaven and Hell, Elijah is described as being both an angel and a devil. "I beheld the Angel who stretched out his arms embracing the flame of fire, and he was consumed and arose as Elijah." Blake then says, "This Angel, who is now become a Devil, is my particular friend."

Elilaios - one of the gnostic aeons and a resident of the Sixth Heaven.

Elim ("trees"; in Hebrew, "mighty ones") - the guardian angel of the apostle Libbeus. In Hebrew Elim is the name of an order angels, along with the orders of erelim and tafsarim, as found in Enochian writings.

Elimelech ("my God is king") - associated with He'el, Elimelech is a gnostic angel of Summer.

Elimiel - a cabalistic angel of the Moon.

Eliphaniasai - an angel from The Almadel of Solomon who is invoked in magickal prayers.

Elion (Phoenician for "the most high") - an angel of the First Heaven and assistant to the great Archangel Ofaniel. He is also invoked when conjuring the Reed.

Elkanah - See Ecanus.

Eloa - a female angel who rose from a tear shed by Jesus in Alfred de Vigny's poem of the same name. On the other hand, Eloa is said to be a great male angel in Klopstock's Messiah.

Eloai - one of the seven archons of Ophitic gnosticism.

Eloe - a Gnostic angel created by their malefic God Ialdabaoth.

Eloeus - one of the seven Phoenician elohim of God's presence who constructed the universe. In Ophitic gnosticism he is one of the seven rulers of the seven heavens, who make up the Hebdomad.

Elogium - an angelic rule of Elul, Hebrew September.

Eloha (pluralized, Elohaym or Elohim) - an angel in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses who is said to be a member of the Powers and who is used in cabalistic rites of conjuration.

Eloheij - an angel of the Seal.

Elohi - an angel of Fire consecration whose name, when invoked, dries out the seas and rivers by divine command. In Solomonic rites it is the Master of the Art who must invoke him. Elohi is also fifth of the celestial hierarchies who answer to the ten names of God.

Elohim - See El and Elohim.

Eloi - one of the seven Elohim that Ialdabaoth created "in his own image."

Eloiein - one of the seven gnostic archons.

Elomeel - an Enochian regent of the four seasons.

Elomnia - one of the prince regents of the Third Heaven.

Elorkhaios - a mysterious gnostic entity, from the Paraphrase of Shem, to whom the secrets of creation were revealed.

Elubatel - one of the supreme angels invoked during conjurations of the beast Leviathon, a creature over which he has control.

Elyah (a.k.a. Sandalphon) - "My God is Jehovah." A champion of the poor and underdogs in Talmudic lore. In the Cabala, God's messenger. Rabbinical, a guide for the souls of the dead."

Elyon - See Elion.

Emekmiyahu - one of the many names of Metatron.

Emmanuel ("God with us") - one of the angels of the tenth sephira of the Tree of Life, Mahlkoot.

En Soph - See En Suf.

En Suf a.k.a. Ain Soph ("the boundless") - the cabalistic personification he who is the supreme, invisible, unimaginable creator of the universe. The Godly essence that became personalized in the Partsufim.

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

Eneije - an angel of the Seal who is used in invocations.

Enepsigos - a she-demon who can only be defeated by Rathaniel.

Enoch-Metatron - Enoch is said to have written 366 books during his earthly existence. There then came a time in his life when, as an old man, he was transported, as a still living being, to heaven. While visiting on high it is said that he was transformed into the "king over all the angels," Metatron. Metatron is the twin brother of Sandalphon (Elijah transformed), both of whom have 365,000 eyes and thirty-six pairs of wings. Enoch was also the inventor of astronomy and arithmetic, and legend ties him to Behemoth.

Enga - one of God's secret names used to invoke Lucifer on Mondays.

Enwo - the Mandaean angel (uthra) of science and wisdom, equivalent of the Judaeo-Christian Raphael, who is also a spirit of the seven planets.

Eoluth - an angelic member of either the cherubim or the Seraphim who is used in cabalistic conjurations.

Eomiahe - a Solomonic angel of the occult used for exorcising the Bat.

Eon - See Aeons.

Ephemerae - a group of angels re-created by God every day to sing the Trisagion. At the end of the singing they dissipate.

Epima - See Eiael.

Erelim a.k.a. Arelim and Ishim ("the valiant ones") - the Hebrew name of the Thrones. They're made of white fire and belong to the Third Heaven, although some sources place them in the Fourth or Fifth Heavens. There are 70,000 myriads of Erelim and they protect the trees, grasses, grains, and the fruits of the Earth. This is one of the ten classes of angels ruled by the Archangel Michael. They are the third choir in both the Cabalistic and Pseudo-Dionysian hierarchies and are one of ten orders of angels who are ruled by Michael.

Erellim - See Erelim.

Eremiel a.k.a. Jerimiel, Hierimiel, Jeremiel, Remiel, etc.) - one of the angels grouped with Uriel, who is said to watch over the dead in the hereafter.

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

Erionas - an angel of the occult used for consecrating Wax.

Erione - See Erionas.

Erly - See Terly.

Ermosiel - an angel who serves Anael as a ruler of the second hour.

Ero - See Haziel.

Eros - his name means "erotic love." Also known as the Roman god, Cupid, he is the Greek god of love, and is also summoned by the name of Theliel, in ceremonial magick, as the angel of love. Invoking his name will secure the love of someone desired.

Erotosi - the Hermetic chief of the Powers. He is also an angel of Mars who is called upon in talismanic magick.

Ertrael - a fallen angel who can be found in The Book of Enoch.

Ertempsuchos - See Astrompsuchos.

Erygion - either the name of an angel or of God who Joshua called out to for help in conquering the Moabites.

Erzla - a neutral angel who is invoked during conjurations.

Esabiel - an angel of the Powers.

Esaldaio - See Seldac.

Escavor - an angel of the Grimorium Verum who is invoked during conjurations.

Eschiel (Eshiel) - one of four angels whose name can be found inscribed upon the first pentacle of Mars, the others are Ithuriel, Madimiel, Barzachia, a.k.a. Bortzachiak.

Eschiros - a Cabalistic angel of the seven planets who is called upon during conjurations.

Esdreel - See Araziel.

Eserchie (Oriston) - the angel, or name of God, that Moses called out to bring the plague of frogs upon Egypt. The name of Zabaoth is another that was invoked for the same purpose.

Eshiel - See Eschiel.

Eshiniel - an angel invoked during the creation of Syriac charms of spellbinding.

Eshmadai - a Rabbinical king of demons who is similar to the Persian Aeshma Deva and the Hebrew Shamad the Destroyer.

Esor - a cabalistic member of either the Seraphim or of the Cherubim who is used in conjuring.

Esphares - the name of either an angel or of God that, according to The Secret Grimoire of Turiel, is used in conjuring rites.

Espiacent - an angel invoked to successfully complete the consecration of Wax. After performing the necessary rites one must recite Psalms for the cleansing to take effect.

Estael - in The Secret Grimoire of Turiel, a tomb of black magick, he is an intelligence of Jupiter who is usually invoked along with his partners Kadiel, Maltiel, and Huphatriel.

Estes - one of the many names of Metatron.

Eth (time) - an angel who ensures that all things occur at their proper time.

Ethan - See Ecanus.

Ethnarchs - the group of seventy angels who were given tutelary charge over all of earth's nations who later became fallen angels.

Etraphill - an Islamic angel of Final Judgment.

Etrempsuchos (Astrompsuchos) - an angelic guardian of one of the seven heavens.

Euchey - an angel invoked to exorcise evil spirits while using incense and fumigation.

Eudaemon - a daemon, one of the Greek's words for angels, a good spirit.

Eurabatres - an angel of Venus. Also see Iurabatres.

Eve - Angel of Humanity.

Eved - one of the many names of Metatron.

Exael - an Enochian fallen angel, the tenth of the great angels who taught humans how to construct war artifacts, the art of jewelry making and perfumery.

Existon - an angel of The Greater Key of Solomon who is invoked to consecrate Salt.

Exeqeel ("strength of God") - a fallen angel who taught humans cloud divination.

Extabor - "one of the fair angels of God" invoked to consecrate Wax.

Exterminans - the Latin name for Abaddon.

Ezeeqael - See Ezeqeel.

Ezeqeel ("strength of God") - See Exeqeel.

Ezgadi - an angel invoked to ensure safe travel.

Ezoiil - a spirit, who may or may not be an angel, who is invoked to consecrate Water.

Ezra - a human who, after rising to heaven, was transformed into an "the scribe of Most High, for ever and ever."

Ezrael ("help of God") - an angel of wrath "whose duty it is to save those of 'middle merit' or 'the unstable' ones from the angels of destruction.

Ezriel - an angel of the Dead Sea Scrolls whose name is inscribed upon an Aramaic amulet.



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