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Fabriel- an angel of the Fourth Heaven.

Faith- one of the Theological Virtues.

Fakr-Ed-Din ("poor one of faith")- one of the Yezidic archangels who is invoked in prayers.

Famiel - a Friday angel of the air who lives in the Third Heaven.

Fanuel (Phanuel) - one of the four angels of the Divine Presence and possibly another aspect of the angel Uriel. Also see Phanuel, where he is said to be Raguel, Ramiel, the Shepherd of Hermes.

Farchers - See Farohars.

Farohars - See Favashi.

Ferris - one of the angels who rule the second hour of the night.

Farun Faro Vakshur - the Zoroastrian angel who serves as the protector of mankind. He is the equivalent of the Judaeo-Christian Metatron who is often called "the sustainer of mankind."

Farvardin - a Persian angel of March and a ruler of the nineteenth day of every month. He is also said to be a member of the Cherubim.

Favashi - Click here for information about these and other guardian angels.

Feluth - See Silat.

Ferouers - See Favashi.

Fervers - See Favashi.

Fire-Speaking Angel - See Hashmal.

Flaef - a wise Cabalistic angel of human sexuality.

Flames - an order of angels in Talmud and Targum, according to Of Angels, Genii, and Devils by Voltaire. Their chief is Melha, the Buddhist equivalent of Michael.

Flauros - See Hauras.

Foraii - See Forfax.

Focalor a.k.a. Forcalor, Furcalor and Rofocale - an angel who fell from the Thrones. Now a powerful duke in hell who in charge of thirty legions of demonic hordes, he hopes to return his home in the Seventh Heaven in either 1.000 or 1,500 years. In the meantime, his purpose as a servant of evil is to sink the ships of war and kill men. When invoked he appears in the form of a man with the wings of a griffon.

Foras - See Forcas.

Forcalor - See Focalor.

Forcas (Foras, Forras, Furcas, Fourcas) - a fallen angel and grand duke of Hell who commands twenty-nine of the infernal legions. He teaches humans rhetoric, logic, and mathematics, helps in finding lost things, and grants the gift of invisibility when invoked.

Forces - an order of angels that place third in the second triad of the nine choirs. They have been identified by John of Damascus as being the equivalent of the Powers, the Virtues, and the authorities.

Forras - See Forcas.

Forfax a.k.a. Foraii, Morax and Marax - a fallen angel and count, great earl, and president in Hell who commands thirty-six infernal legions. He teaches the astronomy and the liberal arts to humans. When invoked he manifests in the form of a cow and his sign can be found in The Secret Lore of Magic by Shah.

Forneus - a fallen angel and infernal marquise who commands twenty-nine of the demonic hordes. He teaches humans all languages, art, and rhetoric as well as how to be loved by one's enemies. When invoked he is said to appear as a sea monster. Before his fall he was a member of both the Thrones and the Angels.

Fortitude - one of the Cardinal Virtues who was depicted as an angel by the fifteenth century Florentine masters.

Fourcas - See Forcas.

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

Framoch - an angel who, under the command of Mandrion, rules the seventh hour of the night.

Fravardin - See Favashi.

Fravasgu - See Favashi.

Fravishi - See Favashi.

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

Friagne - an angel of the Third Heaven and of Tuesday who is invoked in the east.

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

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

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

Furcas - See Forcas.

Furcalor - See Focalor.

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

Furlac (Phorlakh) - an angel who rules over the Earth.

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

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

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

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Gaap - a fallen angel who used to be a member of the Powers, a.k.a. Potentates. In Hell he is considered to be a "great president and mighty prince," as well as the king of the south, who commands sixty-six the infernal legions.

Gabamiah - an angel who is invoked in Solomonic rites by using Uriel's name.

Gabrael - an angel of the Moon.

Gabriel - his name means "God is my power," "God is my strength," "Hero of God," and "The Mighty One." As one of the two highest-ranking angels in heaven (in Mohammedan and Judaeo-Christian lore) he is the angel of annunciation, death and resurrection, vengeance and compassion. He is also the angel of revelation, wisdom, mercy, redemption, hope and promise.

Above all, Gabriel is the divine messenger who reveals God's will to humanity. As such, he grants women the gift of maternity and he instructs children during their nine-month gestation period in their mother's womb. Then, prior to a soul's birth he informs one of the mystery of incarnation and lets one know what their talents and tasks in this world will be. As the patron saint of small children he looks after and nourishes the child in each of us, a child who may be arrested in growth or wounded and in need of love. He guides us to release our inner child with words of tenderness and love.

Gabriel helps us to find the wisdom in our physical bodies and to know our personal truths. He respects the absolute individuality of each person and can help us to live our truths faithfully, nurturing our strength and our conviction that we are each making a valuable contribution to the spiritual development of humanity simply by being whom we are. He can also help us to listen to our intuition and inner voice.

In the Muslim tradition Gabriel has 140 pairs of wings. He is also a great archangel who is stationed in the west, where the sun sets, where he is charged with sealing the door where evil lives. The west is believed to be the door to evil because the sun's setting covers the Earth with the darkness night, which has always been associated with negative forces.

Another of Gabriel's duties is to retrieve the spirits of the newly dead and guide them to their appropriate place of rest, a place determined by that human's past actions. He then guides all spirits back to Earth for their next incarnation. If terminally ill people wish to prolong their lives, they can appeal to Gabriel before the Divine Throne to intercede on their behalf. On Judgment Day, Gabriel will sound his trumpet to awaken the souls of the dead.

Gabriel presides over Paradise and is responsible for ripening all of the fruits on Earth. He is also said to be a consummate linguist. He and Michael are the only angels named in the Old Testament, unless you count the Book of Tobit, in which case Raphael is the third to be mentioned by name. He is also credited with being the ruling prince of the First Heaven, even though he is said to "sit on the left-hand side of God" (who is said to reside in either the Seventh or Tenth Heaven). According to the Third Book of Enoch, Gabriel, and not Michael, rules the element of Fire, and he is the prince regent of the Sixth Heaven and not the First.

In Islam Gabriel is known as Jibril, and is said to have dictated the Koran to Mohammed and is hailed as the "spirit of truth." The Jews believe that it was he who destroyed all of the sinful cities of earth and who, according to Talmud, also killed Sennacherib's hosts "with a sharpened scythe which had been ready since Creation." There was also a time when Gabriel was punished for disobeying a direct order from God. During the days that he spent outside of the "heavenly Curtain" Dobiel stood in for him.

To appeal to Gabriel for aid light a silver candle in his name by the light of the full moon while stating your desire. Next, extinguish the flame in a goblet of cold mineral water. Then drink the water in a single draught, without removing the goblet from your lips. Repeat this process using the same candle for nine consecutive full moons, this is especially effective for a woman who wishes to conceive.

Gabril - See Meachuel or Nesanel.

Gabuthelon - one of the nine angels who will reign at "the end of the world."

Gadal - an angel who figures in the invocations found in The Book of Ceremonial Magic.

Gadamiel - another name for Hagiel.

Gader - an angel guardian of the Fourth Heaven.

Gadiel - an angel of the Fifth Heaven and a "most holy angel" who is used in Solomonic invocations. His name has been found inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) that is used to protect the wearer against evil and he is also one of the many angels who guard the gates of the South Wind.

Gadreel - a fallen angel who was one of Satan's chief collaborators during the angelic rebellion. Enoch believes that it was Gadreel, and not Satan, who assumed the form of a snake to tempt Eve in the Garden of Eden. And, like Azazel he is said to have taught mankind about the weapons of war. His name means "God is my helper" and he is often confused with Gadriel.

Gadriel - not to be confused with Gadreel, he is a regent of the Fifth Heaven who is in charge of the wars between earth's nations. He also crowns and carries the prayers of the faithful up to the Sixth Heaven.

Gaf - one of five Mandaean angels of darkness.

Ga'ga - an angel of the Seventh Heaven.

Gaghiel - an angel who guards the Sixth Heaven.

Galdel - an angel of the Fifth Heaven who rules over Tuesday and can be invoked in the south.

Galeari a.k.a. Galearii ("army servants") - a group of angels of the lowest celestial rank, according to the Jewish Encyclopedia, "Angelology."

Galearii - See Galeari.

Gale Raziya - one of the many names of Metatron.

Galgaliel a.k.a. Galgliel - a regent of the sunshine, along with Raphael. As one of the chief angels of the sun, he also rules the sun's wheel. He is also said to be chief of the order of galgallim

Galgalim - See Galgallim.

Galgallim ("spheres" and "the wheels of the Merkabah") - an order of angels equal in rank to the Seraphim and the celestial equivalent of the Ophanim (Hebrew for Cherubim). Their order consists of eight angels, chief among them being either Galgaliel or Rikbiel and, like the Cherubim, they share in the singing of the Holy Trisagion.

Galgliel - See Galgaliel.

Galiel - one of the many names of Metatron.

Galizur - See Gallizur YHVH.

Gallaliel - a prince of the Sun.

Gallizur YHVH a.k.a. Gallitzur, Galizur, Raziel, Raguel, and Akraziel - he is one of the great angels in the Talmud whom Moses met in Heaven and an Enochian great prince of the Divine Presence. He is also a teacher the mysteries of the Torah (Law) and the prince regent of either the First or Second Heaven. Of Gallizur it is also said that "he spreads his wings over the hayyoth lest their fiery breath consume the ministering angels."

Gallitzur - See Gallizur.

Galmon - an angelic guardian of the halls of the Fourth Heaven.

Gamaliel ("recompense of God") - one of the great angels who brings the souls of the Lord's elect to Heaven and an assistant to Gabriel. He is one of the Gnostic's great archons who is said to be a kind and helpful spirit. He is often associated with Abraxas, Mikhar, and Samlo, as well as aforementioned connection to Gabriel. However, in Philosophie Occulte by Levi, he is an evil servant of Lilith's who wages battles against the Cherubim.

Gambiel - a zodiac angel who is a regent of Aquarius.

Gambriel - a guardian of the Fifth Heaven.

Gamerin - His name is engraved upon the Sword of the Art before beginning conjuring rites in ceremonial magic. In fact, according to The Book of Ceremonial Magic, he is only called upon for special services.

Gamidoi - a Solomonic angel used in invocations of a the magickal kind.

Gamiel - the supreme ruler of the first hour of the night.

Gamorin Debabim - an angel who, like Gamerin is invoked for the conjuration of the sword.

Gamrial - See Gamriel.

Gamriel a.k.a. Gamrial - one of the sixty-four guardians of the celestial halls.

Ganael - a planetary angel who rules the celestial spheres as a servant to Canael and Apudiel.

Gardon - a Solomonic angel invoked to consecrate the Salt.

Garfial - an angel who guards the Fifth Heaven.

Garfiel - See Garfial.

Gargatel - one of the three angelic ruler of summer, along with Gaviel and Tariel.

Gariel - a member of the Shinanim, an order of angels similar in rank and purpose to the Cherubim. He is also one of the angels who guard the Fifth Heaven.

Garshanel - the name of angel that is inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) used for protecting one from evil.

Garthiel - an angelic servant to Gamiel who rules the first hour of the night.

Garzanal - the name of an angel that is inscribed upon an oriental protection charm (kamea).

Gaspard - an angel of Solomonic magic who is invoked in order for one to obtain a lady's garter.

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

Gathiel - See Gatiel.

Gatiel a.k.a. Gathiel - a guardian of the Fifth Heaven.

Gauriil Ishliha - as a Talmudic angel of the east, it is he who ensures that the sun will rise on time each morning. In Mandaean lore he is the equivalent to the Zoroastrian Sraosha and the Hebrew Gabriel. Also see Ishliah.

Gaviel - one of the three ruling angels of summer. The other two are Gargatel and Tariel.

Gavreel a.k.a. Gavriel - one of the four cardinal angels of the Ethiopian Hebrew Rabbinical College of the Black Jews of Harlem (New York). As such he is an angel who can help us to make peace with our enemies, cure diseases, restore one's eyesight, and keep one from going crazy in the night. He also encourages mental balance and peace of mind and serves as a guardian of the East Wind. His home is in either the Second or Fourth Heaven. His associates are Micharel (Michael), Owreel (Uriel), and Rafarel (Raphael).

Gavriel - See Gavreel.

Gazardiel a.k.a. Casardia and Gazardiya - a chief angel of the east who is also one of the angels who are in charge of the making sure that the sun rises and sets on time. According to The Zohar he "kisses the prayers of the faithful and conveys them to the supernal firmament."

Gazardiya - See Gazardiel.

Gazarniel - the only mention of this angel is in Raskin's Kabbalah, Book of Creation, Zohar, so the information may be incorrect. But, in the book it says that Gazarniel is an angel of "flame and fire" who fought against Moses when he visited Heaven. It also says that Moses was able to beat him by pronouncing the 12 letters of the secret name of God. While this may be an event that indeed took place, the name of the angel may have actually been Hadraniel and the letters in God's name seventy-two (as all other sources of information about the Shemhamphora state), rather than just twelve.

Gazriel - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Gdiel - See Gediel.

Geal - an angel of the Fifth Heaven.

Gebiel - one of the angels of the fourth altitude.

Gebril - an angel of The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses who is used in conjurations.

Geburael a.k.a. Geburah ("strength") - an angel associated with Geburah, the fifth sephira of the Tree of Life, and a member of the Seraphim. He is often paired with Gamaliel and descends from Heaven via the sphere of Mars, carrying God's (Elohi's) influence within him. He is also said to hold God's left hand, the hand that God uses to dispense justice and severity and is often used in cabalistic conjuring rites.

Geburah a.k.a. Geburael, Khamael (Camael), and Geviririon ("divine power" or "strength") - the fifth of the ten Sephira (divine emanation) of the Tree of Life and a member of the Seraphim.

Geburathiel a.k.a. Geburatiel - the principle guardian of the fourth hall of the Sixth or Seventh Heaven and an angel of Geburah, the fifth sephira of the Tree of Life. Enoch 3 describes him as being a great angelic prince who symbolizes the "divine strength, might, and power."

Geburatiel - See Geburathiel.

Gedael a.k.a. Giadaiyal ("fortune of God") - an Enochian angel of both the four seasons and the zodiac.

Gedariah - a regent of the Third Heaven. Where thrice daily he crowns the prayers of the faithful, as they rise from the Second Heaven, and sends them on up through the higher spheres.

Gedemel - a spirit angel of Venus who, as such, serves Hagiel.

Gediel a.k.a. Gdiel - an angel of the zodiac and a prince regent of the Fourth Heaven. He is also one of the chief princes of the fourth altitude and one of the childbed amulet angels.

Gedobonai - an angel of the third altitude who is used in invocations found in The Almadel of Solomon.

Gedudiel - a guardian of the halls of the Sixth or Seventh Heaven.

Gedudim - one of the heavenly choirs who sing the Holy Trisagion under the direction of Tagas.

Gedulael - one of the divine emanations (a Sephira used in cabalistic rites.

Gehatsitsa - an angel of the Fifth Heaven.

Gehegiel - a guardian of the Sixth Heaven.

Gehirael - an angel of the Seventh Heaven.

Gehorey - an angel of the Seventh Heaven.

Gehorial - an angel of the First Heaven.

Gehuel - an angel of the Sixth Heaven.

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

Gelomiros - an angel found in The Almadel of Solomon who rules the third altitude and is invoked in magickal rites.

Geminiel - a regent of Gemini.

Gemmut - a gnostic archon who serves under Kalapatauroth.

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

Geno - an angelic member of the Powers.

Genon - an angel of the second altitude who is used in invocations.

Geppuyel - one of the many names of Metatron.

Gereimon - an angel of the second altitude who is used in invocations.

Gergot - an angel of the Sixth Heaven.

Germael - he is said to have helped God to create Adam (man), something for which Gabriel is also given credit.

Geron - an angel of the second altitude who is used in invocations.

Geroskesufael - an angel of the Seventh Heaven.

Gerviel a.k.a. Cerviel - King David's guardian angel and a prince regent of the Principalities (elohim). As Cerviel he is one of the chiefs of the order, along with Haniel, Nisroc, and others.

Gethel a.k.a. Ingethel - he, along with Zeruel, afflicted the Amorites with blindness while they were fighting against Cenez. He is also an angel who can be invoked to help one find things that are hidden.

Geviririon ("divine power" or "strength") - the angelic personification of the fifth sephira of the Tree of Life.

Geviriyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Gezardiya - See Gazardial.

Gheoriah - an angle whose name has been found inscribed upon the third pentacle of Mercury.

Giadaiyal - See Gedael.

Giatiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Gibborim ("mighty ones") - an order of angels who join in the singing of the Holy Trisagion under the leadership of Tagas. According to The Zohar the gibborim "erect synagogues and colleges, and place in them scrolls of the law rich with ornaments, but only to make themselves a name." If this is true, then they are a class of evil angels, which is, in fact, how they are usually regarded.

Gidaijal a.k.a. Gedael ("fortune of God") - an angel of the four seasons and one of the leaders of "heads of thousands."

Giel - an angel of ceremonial magic who rules over Gemini.

Gippuyel - one of the many names of Metatron.

Glaura - See Glauron.

Glauron - a helpful angel of the air who can be invoked in the north.

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

Gmial - one of the sixty-four guardians of the halls of the Seven Heavens.

Goap a.k.a. Gaap and Tap - a former member of the Powers, and prince of the west, who now reigns as one of the eleven president of Hell.

Gog and Magog - in the grimoires of Honoriud III these are two of the unspeakable names of God. In the Koran they are spirits who are said to have spoiled the land.

Golab - fallen angels whose name means "incendiaries." They engage in constant battle with their sworn enemies, the Seraphim and are ruled by Usiel. He has also been described as "a spirit of wrath and sedition, operating under his chief, 'Sammael the Black.'" Golab is also the name of one of the sephira of the Qliphoth, the Infernal Tree.

Golandes - a Solomonic angel invoked to consecrate Wax.

Gonael - one of the many angels who guard the North Wind.

Gonfalons - an order of angels in Milton's Paradise Lost V.

Gorfiniel - a guardian of the Seventh Heaven.

Gorson - See Gurson.

Gorsou - See Gurson.

Governments - an group of angels mentioned along with the Thrones, Lordships, Authorities, Archangels, etc. in the Apocalypse of the Holy Mother of God.

Gradhiel - See Gradiel.

Gradiel a.k.a. Gradhiel and Graphiel ("might of God") - the Intelligence of the planet Mars as it enters Aries or Scorpio.

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

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

Graphathas - "One of the nine angels that run together throughout the heavenly and earthly places."

Graphiel a.k.a. Gradiel - an angel of the cabala who answers to Gabriel, according to the Encyclopedia of Religions.

Grasgarben - a regent of Libra.

Gressil - a fallen angel.

Grial a.k.a. Griel - a guardian of the Fifth Heaven and one of the childbed amulet angels.

Griel - See Grial.

Grigori a.k.a. Egoroi and Egregori("the Watchers") - a highly exalted order of angels who live in both the Second or Fifth Heaven, depending on whether or not they are among those who fell. The angels who fell are imprisoned in a wing of the Fifth Heaven, where they silently mourn their eternal fate. Their ruling prince, "who rejected the Lord," is Salamiel.

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

Guael - on angel resident of the Fifth Heaven who rules on Tuesdays. He can be invoked in the east.

Guards - an order of angels in Milton's Paradise Lost IV where they are ruled by Michael. They are also mentioned in the poem Eloa by Alfred de Vigny.

Guel a.k.a. Gauel - See Gauel.

Gulacoc - a Solomonic angel of the seal who is used in conjuring rites.

Gulhab - the fifth malefic sephira of the Qliphoth.

Gurid - an angel of the summer equinox who is invoked as an amulet of protection against evil.

Guriel - a regent of Leo.

Gurson a.k.a. Gorson and Gorsou - a fallen angel who reigns as the king of the south side of Hell.

Guth - a regent of Jupiter.

Gutrix - an angel who serves Suth as a ruler of the air on Thursdays. He is also one of the many angels who guard the South Wind.

Guziel - a fallen angel of The Sword of Moses who is invoked during incantations to protect one from their enemy.

Gvurtial - a guardian of the halls of the Fourth Heaven.

Gzrel - an angel of Jewish Magic and Superstition who is invoked to cancel evil decrees. The word Gzrel is also a part of a forty-two letter name of God.

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Ha-Qadosch Berakha - one of the secret names of God.

Haael - one of the seventy-two angels of the zodiac.

Haaiah - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae and a member of the Dominions. He is also the regent of ambassadors and diplomats. A copy of his sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Haamiah - an angel who is especially protective of those who seek truth.

Haarez - according to The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses he is an angel of the Seal.

Haatan - an angel who hides treasures.

Habbiel - an angel of the First Heaven and of Monday, who is invoked to solve problems of love.

Haborym - See Raum.

Habriel - an angel of The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses who is used in conjurations. He is also a member of the order of the Powers.

Habudiel - an angel resident of the Fourth Heaven who is a ruler of Sunday and is invoked in the south of a magick circle.

Habuhiah - See Habuiah.

Habuiah - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae, who rules over the fertility of soil and agriculture.

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

Hadakiel - an angel who, along with Gragarben, rules the zodiac sign of Libra.

Hadar ("the superior Benignity") - one of the cabalistic sephira of the Tree of Life.

Hadariel - See Hadraniel.

Hadariron - one of the great archons.

Hadarmiel - a holy angel used in Solomonic rites.

Hadarniel - See Hadraniel.

Hadasdagedoy - an angel of the Sixth Heaven.

Hadiririon ("the beloved angel of God") - he is invoked in the rituals of The Sword of Moses.

Hadraniel a.k.a. hadarniel, Hadariel, Hadriel, and Pusiel - an angel whose name is one of the many names of Metatron, and an angel who is often identified with, Metatron, whose name means "the Majesty of God." He is a guardian of the Second Heaven. When he proclaims God's will, his voice traverses 200,000 worlds and, with each word that he speaks, 12,000 bolts of lightning shoot out of his mouth. He is said to be sixty myriads of parsangs taller than Kemuel and a 500 year's journey shorter than Sandalphon. As great as he is Gnostics say that he is only one of seven angels who serve Jehuel, the "prince of fire." He is also one of the many angels who guard the gates of the East Wind.

Hadriel - See Hadraniel.

Hadrion - another name for Hadariron.

Haduriel - an angel of the Sixth Heaven.

Hael - an angel who inspires art, beauty, mercy and kindness.

Hafaza - Islamic angels who protect humans from evil spirits. They are a special class of four angels who "protect man from jinn, men, and Satans. They are also responsible for recording the actions of all mankind.

Hafkiel - an angel invoked to exorcise demons.

Hagh - one of five Mandaean angels of darkness.

Hagai - an angel of the Fifth Heaven.

Hagedola - an angel from The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses who, as an angel of the Seal, is invoked during ritual ceremonies.

Haggai - a minor prophet in Hebrew lore who is called "God's messenger or angel."

Haggo - according to The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses, he is an angel of the Seal who is invoked during conjuring rituals.

Hagiel - the Intelligence of Venus when it enters Taurus or Libra.

Hagios - one of God's secret names and one of his greatest of angels.

Hagith - one of the seven Olympian spirits and a ruler Venus who reigns over either twenty-one or thirty-five of the 196 Olympic provinces. He commands 4,000 legions of spirits of light and has the power to transmute metals. He is also a ruler of Friday and, in white magick he is one of the seven stewards of Heaven and a copy of his sigil can be found in Amulets and Talismans by Budge.

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

Hahael a.k.a. Hahahel and Chantare - the guardian angel of all the ministers and missionaries devoted to Jesus. He is a member of the Virtues and one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae. A copy of his sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Hahaiah a.k.a. Atarph - the Cherubim revealer of divine mysteries who has power over human thought. He uses this power to inspire positive and loving thoughts. He also gives mortals insight into mysteries and hidden knowledge. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Hahayel (a.k.a. Chayyliel) - an angelic prince of the Divine Council.

Hahaziah - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphora.

Hahiniah - a cabalistic angel of the Thrones.

Hahlii - a Solomonic angel who is invoked while conjuring the Ink and Colors.

Hahowel - a ministering angel of The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Hahuaih - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Haiaiel a.k.a. Hahahel - one of the seventy-two angels of the seventy-two quinaries of the degrees of the zodiac and one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae. His sigil is reproduced in La Kabbale Pratique

Hailael a.k.a. Hayael - a chief angel of the Hayyoth.

Haileal - See Chayyoth H.

Haim - an angelic ruler of Virgo.

Hajoth Hakados - one of the spheres of the angels and an order of angels that lives in a hierarchy name "Jehovah."

Hakael - a fallen angel, known as the Seventh Satan, who is one of the seven leaders of those who rebelled.

Hakamiah a.k.a. Verasua - the guardian angel of France who is invoked against traitors and a member of the Cherubim. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Hakem - an angel of the Fourth Heaven.

Hakha - an angel of the Seal.

Hakham - one of the many name of Metatron.

Halacho - an angel of the eleventh hour and of sympathies.

Halahel - an angel who, even though he serves Bael, is both good and evil. His seal is duplicated in The Lemegeton.

Haleviel - an angel of the Seventh Heaven.

Halliza - an angel whose name is inscribed upon the outer ring of the pentagram of Solomon.

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

Haludiel - an Intelligence of the Sun who lives in the Fourth Heaven. He can be invoked on Sunday while facing south.

Haluaya - one of the many names of Metatron.

Halwaya - See Haluaya.

Ham Meyuchad - a Cherub who is sometimes equated with Akatriel.

Hamabiel - a regent of Taurus in The Hierarchy of the Blessed Angels.

Hamal a.k.a. Hmnal - an angels who is invoked in Arabic rituals and one of the seven angels worshipped by Balaam. He is also an angelic who ruler of water.

Hamaliel - a member of the Virtues and a regent of August and Virgo.

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

Hamatiel - an angelic ruler of Virgo.

Hamaya - a ministering angel who can be found in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

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

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

Hamiel - See Haniel.

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

Hamon - an Enochian great prince of the Divine Presence with a thundering voice that makes lesser angels tremble when he calls for them to sing the holy Trisagion. One of the many angels who guard the gates of the South Wind and another name for Gabriel.

Hamshalim a.k.a. Hashmallim - one of ten cabalistic orders of angels listed in The Zohar. They are ruled by Samael.

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

Hanaeb - a ruling angel of the zodiac.

Hanael - See Haniel.

Hananel - an Enochian fallen angel.

Hananiel ("graciously given of God") - an Archangel whose name is inscribed upon a pentagram that is used as a Hebrew protection amulet.

Hanhl - one of the seven angels worshipped by Balaam. He is said to have ordered Balaam to build the first seven altars.

Haniel a.k.a. Aniel, Hamiel, Onoel, Hanael, and Simiel ("he who sees God" or "glory or grace of God") - not to be confused with Anael, he is a chief angel of the Virtues, Innocents, and Principalities, as well as a regent of December, Capricorn and Venus. Merely invoking his name is enough to protect one against the evil eye. He is also one of the Archangels and one of the ten sephira of the Tree of Life.

Hanniniel - an Aramaic angel invoked in the creation of love charms.

Hannuel - an angelic ruler of Capricorn.

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

Hanozoz - an angel who serves Nacorel as a ruler of the ninth hour of the night.

Hantiel - an angel who serves Vanguaniel as a ruler of the third hour of the day.

Hanum (Hanun) - an angel of the First Heaven who rules Monday and can be invoked in either the north or the south.

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

Harab-Serapel ("ravens of death") - the seventh malefic sephira of the Infernal Tree, whose rulers are Baal Chanan and Theuniel. He is also seventh of the ten demons of the Asiatic world and a leader in Hell who answers to Baal.

Harabael a.k.a. Harabiel - one of the angels who rule over the Earth.

Harabiel - See Harabael.

Harahel a.k.a. Hararel - a cabalistic angel who protects libraries, archives, rare cabinets and places of learning, as well as of those who pursue knowledge and learning. The name Harahel is one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae and his sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Hararel - See Harahel.

Harariel - an angel whose name is inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) for protecting one against evil.

Harbonah ("ass driver") - one of the seven angels of confusion and an angel of annihilation.

Harchiel - an angel who is invoked during black magick rites to command the demons who grant the gift of invisibility.

Harhazial - See Harhaziel.

Harhaziel - an angelic guardian of one of the palaces of the Third Heaven.

Harael - See Hariel.

Hariel a.k.a. Harael and Behemial - the Cherubim regent of arts and sciences, who is in charge of protecting domesticated animals. He is invoked for protection against evil and his sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Hariph - another name for Raphael.

Haris - another name for Iblis.

Hariton - a fictional archangel who creates a new type of spaceship in Gurdjieff's cosmic myth, All and Everything, Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson.

Harmozei - See Harmozey.

Haron-Peor - See Kezef.

Harmozel - See Harmozey.

Harmozey a.k.a. Harmozei, Harmozey, and Armogen - One of the four Gnostic wise and benevolent angels who surround God. The other three are: Oroiael, Daveithe, and Eleleth.

Haroth - See Harut.

Harshael - See Harshiel.

Harshiel - an angel of Syria who is invoked during conjuring rites to bind sorcerers.

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

Harudha - to the Mandaeans, the equivalent of Haurvatat and to the Zoroastrians, an angel who rules over water.

Harut a.k.a. Haroth, Haurvatati, Haroot - a Jewish angel who, along with Maroth, teaches humans the art of government. They are also two of the Amesha Spentas of Zoroastrian reputed to know the secret name of God, a name they, unfortunately, told to a mortal woman with whom they both became enamored. According to the Sufi poet Hafiz, this woman, named Zuhrah, rose up to Venus upon uttering the name. Because of their slight, Harut and Maroth became fallen angels who "were punished by being confined, head down, in a pit near Babylon, where they were supposed to teach magic and sorcery."

Harviel - an angel of the Second Heaven.

Hasdiel - an angel of benevolence, along with Zadkiel. And the companion of Uriel and Samshiel in battle. Hasdiel is also said to be an angel of the planet Venus.

Haseha - one of the fifteen Thrones from The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.

Hashesiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Hashmal a.k.a. Chasmal and Hayyah ("the hayyot of fire-speaking") - principal regent of the Dominions, or Hashmallim (a.k.a. Hayyoth and Living Creatures), who emits fire from his mouth when he speaks. In The Zohar Hashmal is "an inner, supernal sphere, hidden and veiled, in which the mysteries of the celestial letters of the Holy Name are suspended." In The Legends of the Jews, he is the fire-speaking angel who surrounds the throne of God.

Hashul - an angel chief of the order of the Hashmallim.

Hasmed - one of the five angels of punishment that Moses met while visiting Heaven. He is also known as the angel of annihilation.

Hasmiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Hasmodai - an angel of the Moon who is invoked while creating talismans.

Hasriel - an angel whose name is inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) for protecting on against evil.

Hatach - a name that is created from the beginning letters of the lines used in medieval Jewish incantations.

Hatiphas - an angel of finery.

Hatspatsiel - one of the many names of Metatron.

Hauras a.k.a. Haures, Havres, and Flauros - a prophetic angel who can be called upon for truthful answers about the past and the future. He is also an angel of Solomonic legend who was one of seventy-two to be trapped within a brass vessel and tossed into the sea. Before his imprisonment he told Solomon that he is a former "mighty celestial power," but he never mentioned to which order of angels he belonged. He will happily discuss the creation of the world and the subsequent fall of the angels with whoever cares to listen. In Hell he holds the position of a great duke where he commands thirty-six infernal legions. His usual form is that of a leopard but, upon the summoner's command, he manifests as a human when invoked during exorcisms. His sigil can be found in Waite's The Book of Black Magick and of Pacts and in De Plancy's Dictionnaire Infernal he is depicted as being a man-leopard.

Haures - See Hauras.

Haurvatat a.k.a. Chordad ("wholeness") - one of the six Amesha Spentas, specifically the female personification of salvation and a spirit who rules over water. She is the equivalent of the Mandaean Harudha.

Harvatati - See Haurvatat.

Haven - an angel of dignity and one of the twelve angels who rules over the twelve hours of the day.

Havhaviyah a.k.a. Haviyah and Hayat - one of the many names of Metatron.

Haviyahu - one of the many names of Metatron.

Havres - See Hauras.

Hayael - See Hailael.

Hayat - one of the many names of Metatron.

Hayliel YHVH - an Enochian exalted prince of the Divine Presence, who is capable of swallowing the entire Earth, should he so desire. He rules the Hayyoth, whom he punishes with lashes of fire when they are late for the singing of the Trisagion.

Hayya - the singular form of Hayyoth.

Hayyal - See Chayyliel H.

Hayyael - See Hayyel.

Hayyel a.k.a. Hashmal, Chayyiel, Hayyliel, Johiel, and Yayael - one of the chief angels of the Hayyoth and an angel who protects wild animals along with Thegri, Mtniel, and Jehiel. Pray to any one them to protect animals from extinction.

Hayyiel - See Chayyliel H.

Hayyliel - See Hayyel.

Hayyoth a.k.a. Chayoh, Chayyoth and Chiva, among many others ("holy, heavenly beasts") - the "living creatures" who carry the Merkabah upon their shoulders. Also known as the Dominions, they live in the Seventh Heaven. In The Zohar there are thirty-six of them and, they not only hold up the Divine Chariot, but the entire universe. However, according to Enoch there are only four such beings. Each Hayyoth is said to have 248 faces, 365 wings, and 1,000 rainbow-like crowns that are more dazzling than the sun. They make up the whole of the Shekinah.

Hazazel - See Azazel.

Haziel ("vision of God") - the angel invoked to ask for God's compassion. He is a member of the Cherubim and one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae. He is also said to be the equivalent of Bernael, an angel of darkness. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique. According to I Chronicles, Haziel is the human offspring of the Gershonites.

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He'el ("life of God") - an angel who rules over the season of summer and a leader of the "heads of thousands." He has also been associated with Elimelech.

Heiglot - the ruler of snowstorms and a ruler of the first hour

Heikhali - an angel of the Seventh Heaven.

Hekhaloth - See Hechaloth.

Hel - the name of an angel of God, or for God, who is invoked during conjurations.

Helayaseph a.k.a. Jiluyaseph and Hilujaseph - an Enochian "head of thousands" and a ruler of one of the seasons.

Helech - See Abelech.

Helel - a fallen angel, son of Sahar or Sharer, and winged deity of Canaanite mythology. He was cast out of Heaven for trying to de-throne the Almighty, the same story that is told of Lucifer. Helel is also said to be the former chief of the Nefillim.

Heleleth a.k.a. Eleleth - a great Gnostic angel described in Hypostasis of the Archons as being an angel who "descends from before the holy spirit; his aspect is like gold, his vesture like snow."

Helemmelek - an Enochian angel of the seasons. His is also said to be another name for Milkiel.

Helias the Prophet - See John the Baptist.

Helison - See Hellison.

Hellison - an angel of the first altitude. When he is invoked he arrives carrying a banner decorated with a crimson cross that is crowned with roses.

Hema - See Hema

Hemah - an angel of wrath and destruction and a ruler over the death of all domestic animals. His physical form is made up of chains of red and black fire and he is 500 parsangs tall.

Heman ("trust") - a maestro-angel who leads one of the choirs in the singing of morning hosannas.

Hepe - See Terathel.

Herachio - See Astrachios.

Hermes - a Greek god who possesses the ability to divine the future, carries a golden wand, and wears winged sandals. He is the "bringer of good, the angel standing by the side of Tyche," the agathodaemon, and creator of the lyre. This soul-escorting Greek god of the underworld is in charge of guiding the ghosts of killed suitors to Hades. He is also the daimon of reincarnation and the god of flocks and herds. Hermes is also called Trismegistus, or thrice-greatest Intelligencer" for having been the first angel to teach man about the celestial realms. It is also said that he and the Hebrew Moses are one and that Hermes was shown the cabala while atop Mt. Sinai. This fact is, however, disputed by the Jews who would never want to attach the name of a heathen deity to their Moses. In fact, early Jewish angeologists changed his name to Hermesiel in order to make any pagan materials and sources related to Hermes better serve their purposes - something they did quite often.

Hermesiel - a Jewish maestro-angel who was created from the Greek deity Hermes.

Hismael - an angel of Jupiter.

Hetabor - an angel found in works of practical cabala who is invoked to consecrate Wax.

Heziel - an angel of the zodiac.

Hhml Haml - an angel of the firmament and one of the seven angels worshipped by Balaam.

Hibel-Ziwa a.k.a. Hiwel-Ziwa - the Mandaean equivalent of Gabriel.

Hiwel-Ziwa a.k.a. Hibel-Ziwa - one of the 360 Mandaean divine entities created by their god, Alaha. Hiwel is said to have, then, created this world.

Hiel - an angel whose name is inscribed upon an oriental charm (kamea) used to ward off evil.

Hierimiel - See Eremiel and Jeremiel.

Hilofatei - an angel of the Fourth Heaven.

Hilofei - an angel of the Fourth Heaven.

Hilujaseph - See Helayaseph.

Himiel - a spellbinding angel who is invoked during Syriac incantations.

Hipeton a.k.a. Anaphaxeton - an angel of Jupiter.

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

Hismael - an angelic ruler of Jupiter.

Hivvah - one of two of the fallen angel Semyaza's sons, the other was Hiyyah. As the offspring of a fallen angel they are of the giants known as Nefillim, who ate everything in sight and then turned on each other. The two brothers were said to consume 1,000 camels, 1,000 horses and 1,000 oxen daily.

Hiyyah - one of two of the fallen angel, Semyaza's sons. The other is Hivvah.

Hizarbin - an angel of the second hour and of the sea.

Hizkeil a.k.a. Hizkiel and Hizqiel - a principal assistant to Gabriel, along with Kafziel, during the heavenly battles and one of the many guards of the gates of the North Wind.

Hizkiel - See Hizkeil.

Hizqiel - See Hizkeil.

Hlin Hntr - an angel of the winds and one of the seven angels worshipped by Balaam.

Hlk Lil Hlk Lib - one of the seven angels worshipped by Balaam and an angel of holiness.

Hlm Hml - See Hhml Haml.

Hmnel - See Hamal.

Hngel - an angel of the summer equinox who can be used in creating amulets to protect one from the evil eye.

Hochmal - See Hochmel.

Hochmael - See Hochmel.

Hochmel a.k.a. Hocroel, Hochmal, Hokmael, Hochmael, and Chochmael ("wisdom of God") - one of the ten Sephiroth and the angel said to have inspired the seven volume Grimoire of Pope Honorius III

Hocroel - See Hochmel.

Hocus Pocus - two beings princes of Jewish magical rites of the Middle Ages who, when invoked, manifests as angels on high. Their name is said to come from the term "hoc est corpus meum."

Hod - See Hodidiron.

Hodiel ("victory of God") - a cabalistic angel from the world of Creation and an angel who can be invoked when creating amulets.

Hodiriron (from the Hebrew "hod," meaning splendor) - a cabalistic angel of the ninth sephira of the Tree of Life.

Hodniel - an angel who cures stupidity in humans.

Hoesediel ("mercy of God") - an angel whose name is derived from the Hebrew letter choesed. An angel of the world of Creation who belongs to the order of hashmalim or dominations. He is also said to be one of the ten Sephira of the Tree of Life.

Hofniel ("fighter for God") - a chief angel of the cabalistic order of the bene elohim.

Hokmah - See Chochma.

Hokmael - See Hochmel.

Homadiel - the angel of the Lord.

HOmoth - See Mitzrael.

Horaios a.k.a. Oreus and Horeus - a gnostic archon ruler of one of the Seven Heavens that lead to the aeon of the archons (God).

Horeus - See Oreus.

Hormuz - the Zoroastrian ruler of the first day of the month.

Horus - See Orus.

Hosampsich - an Enochian leader of the fallen angels.

Hout - an Arabic angel used in conjurations.

Hoveh Hayah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Hshahshiel - one of the spellbinding angels of Syrian rituals.

Hsprh Hsmim - one of the seven angels worshipped by Balaam.

Hubaiel - an angel of the First Heaven.

Hubaril - an angel of the planet Saturn.

Hufaltiel a.k.a. Huphaltiel - an angel of the Third Heaven who rules on Friday and is invoked in the west.

Hugron Kunya - one of the fourteen great angels used in the conjuring rites of The Sword of Moses.

Huha - an Essenic name for an angel or a secret name for God, according to the Covenant of the Community (a scroll found among the Dead Sea Scrolls).

Hukiel - an angel of the Seventh Heaven.

Hula'il - an Arabic guardian angel invoked during exorcisms.

Humastrav - an angel of the First Heaven who rules on Monday and is invoked in the north.

Humastraw - See Humastrav.

Humiel - an angelic ruler of Capricorn.

Huphaltiel - See Hufaltiel.

Huphatriel - an angelic intelligence of Jupiter.

Huristar - See Barinian.

Hurmin - another name for Satan

Hurmiz - one of Lilith's daughters.

Hurtapal - an angel of Sunday along with Michael and Dardael.

Husael - an angel of the Third Heaven.

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

Hutriel ("rod of God") - one of the seven angels of punishment who resides in the fifth lodge of Hell. He is often equated with Oniel and his job is to help in the "punishment of the ten nations."

Huzia - one of the sixty-four guardians of the Seven Heavens.

Huznoth - an angel invoked to consecrate water.

Hydra (s) - See Chalkydri.

Hyniel - an angelic ruler of Tuesday who is one of the many guards of the gates of the gates of the East Wind who is invoked from the north.

Hyoskiel YHVH - an angel prince of the hosts of X.

Hyperachii - a Chaldean group of Archangels who guide the universe.

Hypezokos ("flower of fire") - one of the "effable, essential and elemental orders" of Chilean cosmology.

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Iabiel - a fallen angel who is used in invocations designed to separate a man from his wife.

Iachadiel - an angel whose name is inscribed upon the Solomonic fifth pentacle of the moon. According to The Greater Key of Solomon he "serveth unto destruction and loss...thou mayest call upon him against all Phantoms of the night and to summon the souls of the departed from Hades."

Ialdabaoth a.k.a. Ialdalbaoth, Jaldabaoth, Ildabaoth, etc. - Cabalistically, the Demiurge, a being who ranks second only to God, of Heaven. To the Phoenicians, he is one of the seven Elohim who created the universe. The philosopher, Origen, says that this is Michael's surname. In Ophitic belief system he is said to have created the seven Elohim "in his own image." Gnostics, who rejected all things Jewish, consider him to be the first Arcon of darkness, an evil entity. Enoch says that he is a fallen angel, in this case equal to Sammael, and also a supreme ruler of the order of Thrones.

Iadara - he and Schaltiel are rulers of Virgo.

Iadiel ("hand of God") - an angel of the Vocabulaire de l'Angelologie by Schwab.

Iahhel - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae. He watches over philosophers and aids in meditation. He also protects those who wish to leave the material world or withdraw from worldly pursuits.

Iahmel - an angel of the air in The Book of the Angel Raziel.

Iaho a.k.a. Jehovah - the name of the angel that Moses spoke aloud in order to bring about the death of Pharaoh Necho. As a result, the Egyptian King died instantly.

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

Ialdalbaoth - See Ialdabaoth.

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

Iameth - the only angel who is able to conquer the demon of the sea Kunospaston.

Iao - one of the seven Elohim said to have been created by Ialdabaoth "in his own image."

Iao the Great - the first of the seven archons of the Gnostic Hebdomad. He is considered to be a "master of the Seven Heavens and second only to the Creator himself. According to 3 Enoch, his assistant, Little Iao, is another of the many names of Metatron.

Iaoth - a Solomonic Archangel who can be summoned to defeat the demon who causes bowel pains, Kurteel.

Iaqwiel - according to the Vocabulaire de l'Angelologie, an angel of the Moon.

Iaraehel - See Levanael.

Iax - an angel with the power to conquer Roeled, the demon who causes stomach problems and the demon of Envy.

Iblis - See Eblis

Iboriel - an angel of the Seventh Heaven.

Icabel - See Tezalel.

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

Icthion - a demon who afflicts mortals with paralysis.

Idedi - an Akkadian order of angels who reside in Heaven.

Idrael - a guardian of the Fifth Heaven.

Idris - the Koranic name for Enoch.

Iealo a.k.a. Ieao - a Solomonic angel who is invoked to exorcise demons.

Ieao - See Iealo.

Iedidiel - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae. He either belongs to the Thrones or to the Powers and is a guardian angel of earthly princes. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Ieiaiel - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae. He is also, along with Teiaiel, an angel who can foretell the future.

Ieiazel - See Teiazel.

Ieilael - one fo the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Ielahiah a.k.a. Sentacer - a former member of the Virtues who, when invoked before a trial, protects judges and magistrates and decides the outcome of legal suits He is also one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Ieliel - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Ierahlem - an angel invoked in Solomonic ceremonies.

Ierathel a.k.a. Terather - an angelic member of the Dominations.

Ierimiel (Hierimiel) - See Jeremiel.

Iesaia - one of the many names of Metatron.

Ietuqiel - a primitive name for Moses and an angel who is invoked to help women during childbirth.

'Ifafi - an angel of the Seventh Heaven.

Iggereth bath Mahalath - See Agrat bat Mahlat

Ihiazel - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Iibamiah - one of the seventy-two Shemhamphorae.

Ijasusael - an Enochian angel of the seasons.

Ikkar Sof - the angelic ruler of the month of Schebat, (January to February).

Ilaniel - an angel who tends to fruit bearing trees.

Ildabaoth - See Ialdabaoth.

Ili-Abrat a.k.a. Papukkal - a Babylonian chief messenger angel of the god Anu who carries either a staff or a wand in his right hand.

Iliabrat - See Ili-Abrat.

Im - the Akkadian name for Rimmon.

Imachedel - a Solomonic angel who is invoked during ceremonies by the Master of the Art.

Images - according to Voltaire's essay, Of Angels, Genii, and Devils., they are "one of the ten orders of angels of the Talmud and Targum.".

Imamiah - a fallen angel who used to a member of the Principalities and one of the Shemhamphorae. He is now a supervisor in Hell who controls the fate of voyages, and destroys and humiliates enemies, when he is called upon to do so, or just because he feels like it. His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

'Immiel - an angelic assistant to Metatron.

Imriaf - an angel who rules the month of Tamouz (June-July).

Imriel ("eloquence of God") - the angelic ruler of the month of Siwan (May-June).

Incubi - "corporeal angels who allowed themselves to fall into the sin of lewdness with women." This, of course, makes them evil entities. Also see Air Faeries.

Ingethal - See Gethel.

Ingethel - See Gethel.

In Hii - one of the four Mandaean malki or uthri of the North Star.

Inias - one of the seven angels condemned to Hell by the church council in Rome (745 C.E.)

Innocents - the tenth ranking of the twelve angelic orders of Mather's hierarchy in The Magus. They are ruled by the angel Haniel.

Innon - an angel from The Greater Key of Solomon who is invoked to command demons that are summoned during rituals.

Iobel - one of the twelve Powers of the Gnostics created by their god Ialdabaoth.

Ioelet - a Solomonic angel invoked to exorcise demons. With assistance from other angels, he is able to control the demon Saphathorael.

Iofiel a.k.a. Iophiel, Zophiel, Jofiel, and Jophiel ("beauty of God") - a companion to Metatron and a prince of the Divine Presence. He is also a prince of the Torah (Divine Law). He is usually counted among the seven Archangels and said to be equal to Yefefiah. He and Zaphkiel take turns reigning over the planet Saturn and Paracelsus says he is the intelligence of Jupiter.

Iomuel - one of the now fallen angels whose disgrace was brought about by his fornicating with human women.

Ioniel - a Solomonic angel used in invocations who, along with Sefoniel, is a ruling prince of the universe.

Iophiel - See Iofiel.

Irel - a Tuesday angel who resides in the Fifth Heaven and can be invoked in the west.

Irin Qaddisin - See Irin.

Irin ("watchers" or Irin Qaddisin, "holy watchers") - the Enochian twins of the Supreme Celestial Council who live in the either the Sixth or Seventh Heaven. (It is Enoch who places them in the Seventh Heaven and the Revelation of Moses that places them in the Sixth stating, "Metatron points out the Irin to Moses in the Sixth Heaven at the time the Lawgiver visited Paradise while still in the flesh.) They are also among the eight Hierarchs superior to Metatron. The Irin and the twins Kadashim (Qaddisin) are the whole of the Throne of Judgment. Daniel 4:17 says that the Irin are Grigori, though probably not among those who fell. Enoch says that "each of the Irin is equal to the rest of the angels an princes together." And, according to another source, they are of Persian origin.

Irix - See Terly.

Isaac a.k.a. Ishak, in Hebrew ("he laughed") - because of an ethereal glow that surrounded Isaac at the time of his birth he is known as the "angel of light."

Ischim - See Ishim.

Isda - an angel who provides sustenance for humanity.

Isfandarmend a.k.a. Isphan Darmaz - an angel of February and of the fifth day of every month.

Isheth Zenunim - See Eisheth Zenunim.

Ishim - For information about this group of angels, Click here.

Ishliah - an angel who rules the east. Also see Gauriil Ishliha.

Ishtar-Venus - See Astarte.

Isiael - a resident of the Fifth Heaven who rules on Tuesdays.

Isiaiel - See Teiaiel.

Isis - an Egyptian god who said to be a fallen angel in Milton's Paradise Lost I. The Phoenicians belie Isis to be the same as Ashteroth, a Seraphim of gnostic lore who is now a grand duke in Hell.

Isma'il - an angel of Arabic lore who is invoked to exorcise evil. He is also a resident of the First Heaven who is the chief of a group of angels who worship Allah while disguised as cows.

Ismoli - an angel who serves Samax as a ruler of Monday.

Isphan Darmaz a.k.a. Isfandarmand, Isphendarmoz, and Spendarmoz - a Zoroastrian angel who protects the earth and virtuous women. He is also a ruler of the month of February.

Isphendarmoz - See Isphan Darmaz.

Israel ("striver with God") - a member of the Hayyoth who is ranked sixth among the fifteen angels of the throne. Or, as he says in his own words, "I am Israel the Archangel of the power of the Lord and the chief tribune among the sons of God." In another passage he claims to be the angel Uriel and Philo identifies him with the Logos. According to the ancient mystics from the geonic period (seventh through eleventh centuries) say that Israel's job is to "call the hosts of angels to chant God's praise."

Israfel a.k.a. Israfil, Isrephel, Isrefel and Sarafiel - See Israfil.

Israfil ("The Burning One") - the Arabic angel of resurrection and song who blows the trumpet on Judgment Day. As an angel of music, he inspires people to sing, play musical instruments and write music. Pray to him to increase these talents. You can also appeal to him for help in renewal, resurrection, and regeneration of your inner soul.

Israfil is said to have four wings and that "while his feet are under the seventh earth, his head reaches to the pillars of the divine throne." Of his feelings for mankind it is said that "three times a day and three times during the night he looks down into Hell and is so convulsed with grief that his tears would inundate the earth if Allah did not stop their flow." Arabic lore also says that it is Israfil who initiated Mohammed into the role of a prophet while spending three years as his companion, later being replaced by the angel Gabriel.

Another of the Arabic traditions says that Israfel was one of the your angels sent to the corners of the earth to gather the seven handfuls of dirt that were used to create Adam. The other three were Gabriel, Michael, and Azrael (of the four only Azrael, the angel of death, succeeds). He is also said to be among the four angels who will be destroyed in a universal fire that will erupt with the third and final sounding of the trumpets at the end of the world. Though, it is also believed that Allah will resurrect them, as he has brought less deserving angels back to life.

Isrefel - See Israfil.

Isrephel - See Israfil.

Istrael - See Astrael Iao Sabao.

Itatiyah - one of the many names of Metatron.

Ithoth - an angel of The Testament of Solomon who is invoked to control the demon Saphathoreal.

Ithuriel ("discovery of God" or "a great golden crown") - an angel who serves Sephuriron as a Sarim of Geburah, one of the Holy Sephira of the Tree of Life. He is also mentioned in The Greater Key of Solomon as an angel of the first pentacle of Mars.

Itmon - one of the many names of Metatron.

Itqal - the angel of love and affection who is invoked to heal rifts between quarreling friends.

Itra'il - an Arabic guardian angel who is called upon during exorcisms.

Iurabatres a.k.a. Eurabatres - an angel who rules the Venus.

Iuvart - a fallen angel who used to be a heavenly prince.

Iyar - an angel of the Talmud who is said to have originated in Babylonian lore, as with Gabriel and Michael.

Iyasusael - See Ijasusael.

Izachel - an angel who is invoked by the Master of the Art in Solomonic rituals.

Izachim - See Ishim.

Izads - See Izeds.

Izeds - the Zoroastrian order of angels, considered to be equal to the Cherubim of Judaeo-Christianity - they rank second to the Amesha Spentas. The order of the Izeds contains either 27 or 28 angels who serve Mithra as the protective guardians of the "innocence, happiness, and preservation of the world."

Iz'iel - a angel of the Sixth Heaven.

Izra'l - the Islamic angel of death.

Izrael - one of four angels, along with Gabriel, Michael, and Israfel, who won't have to be present during the sounding of the first trumpet blast to announce the end of the world. Sources say that there will be three blasts in all at forty year intervals and after the final one, "the dry and rotten bones and dispersed parts of the bodies of all human creatures, even to the very hairs, will be called to judgment."

Izrafel - See Israfel.

Izschim - See Ischim.

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Jabniel - a regent of the Third Heaven.

Jabriel - See Jibril.

Jabril - See Jibril.

Jabriyel - See Jibril.

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

Jacob - See Israel.

Jael a.k.a. Joel - one of the two Cherubim who are carved into the Mercy Seat of the Ark of the Covenant; the other is Zarall. Jael is also a regent of Libra.

Jah'el - See Joel.

Jahoel - See Jehoel.

Jaldabaoth - See Ialdabaoth.

Jaluha - as the receiver of the evil power, Sabaoth Adamas, he offer ones soul, upon judgment and the purging of sins, the chalice of oblivion so that it "may drink therein and forget all the places which it has passed through."

Janax - an angel resident of the First Heaven who rules Mondays and is invoked in the east.

Janiel - an angel who resides in the Fifth Heaven and serves as a ruler of Tuesdays and a guardian of the gates of the East Wind.

Jaoel - See Jehoel.

Jareahel - See Javanael.

Jareriel - See Jazeriel.

Jariel a.k.a. Suriel, Sariel, and Raziel - an angel of the divine presence.

Jareriel - See Jaseriel.

Jaseriel a.k.a. Jazeriel and Jareriel - a ruling angel of the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.

Javan a.k.a. Yavan (Greek, for Greece) - a guardian angel of Greece and, along with Michael, Israel.

Jazar - an angel of the seventh hour who inspires love.

Jazeriel - See Jaseriel.

Jeduthun ("praising" or "judgment" - the cabalistic "Master of Howling" of the evening Trisagion.

Jefefiah - See Yefefiah.

Jefischa - chief angel of the fourth hour of the night.

Jehoel (a.k.a. Jehuel, Jaoel, Yahoel, Shemuel, Metatron and Kemuel) - a regent of elemental Fire and, along with Seraphiel, a chief angel of the Seraphim who, according to the Gnostics, reigns over seven angels. He is also said to be the keeper of the unspeakable name of god and a price of the divine presence. According to Jewish legend he is the angel who has control over the demon Leviathan. In The Apocalypse of Abraham he is said to be the heavenly choirmaster who is the "singer of the eternal" and "heavenly son of man" who went along with Abraham on his visit to Paradise and, once there, showed him the path of human history.

Jehudiam - the angelic keeper of the seventy keys to all of the Lord's treasures and the angel "who keeps the accounts of the righteous."

Jehudiel - a regent of the movement of the planetary spheres who occasionally named as one of the seven princes of the Divine Presence. See Salatheel.

Jehuel - See Jehoel.

Jekusiel - an angel of the First Heaven.

Jekuthiel - See Jekutiel.

Jekutiel - one of the childbed amulet angels.

Jeliel - the regent of Turkey and a member of the Seraphim who promotes faithfulness and awakens passion between men and women and helps to insure fidelity in marriage. He also has dominion over the destiny of kings and other such beings and aids those who are unjustly attacked or invaded by gifting them with the palm of victory. His name is inscribed on the Tree of Life in the Sephira Yetzirah (formation). His sigil can be found in La Kabbale Pratique.

Jeou - a great Gnostic angel who chains Ialdabaoth to a "sphere of fate" and then, after stripping him of his godly rank, puts Ialdabaoth's son, Ibraoth on the throne.

Jeqon a.k.a. Yeqon and Yikon ("inciter") - a leader among the fallen angels who, with the help of Asbeel, incited the others to sin through fornication with mortal women.

Jerazol - a cabalistic angel who is invoked during conjuring rites.

Jeremiel a.k.a. Uriel and Remiel ("God's compassion," "whom God sets up," or "mercy of God") - an Archangel and one of the seven princes of the Divine Presence. He is also said to be the "lord of souls awaiting resurrection."

Jerimiel - See Eremiel.

Jerescue - See Jeruscue.

Jeruscue - an angel of either the Second or Third Heaven who rules Wednesdays.

Jesodoth - the Jewish angel who transmits God's wisdom and knowledge to humans and he is counted as tenth in rank among the Elohim.

Jesubilin a.k.a. Serabilin - a "holy angel of God" who is invoked during Gnositc ritual. His name can be found in the Grimorium Berum.

Jesus - an Archangel who is said to be the Word and who, as such, one of the three angels that went to Abraham beneath the oak of Mamre.

Jetrel - an Enochian fallen angel.

Jeu - a great angel of the Pistis Sophia who is the "overseer of light, arranger of the Cosmos." As one of three great heavenly powers, he is said to sit on the right hand side of God - Propator sits to the left.

Jevanael a.k.a. Jareahel - one of the seven Mosaic princes who is always standing before God and, as such, knows the spirit-names for the planets.

Jibra'il - an Arabic guardian angel who is invoked during rites of exorcism.

Jibril a.k.a. Jabiel, Jabril, jibra'il, Jabriyel, and Abruel - Gabriel to the Muslims. To the Zoroastrians he is both Bahram, "the mightiest of all the angels" and Serosh, "the message-bringer."

Jiluyaseph - See Helayaseph.

Joel a.k.a. Jael, Jehoel, Yahoel, Jah-el, etc. - the first name of Metatron and the angel who gave Adam and Eve a seventh of paradise on earth. In the Book of Adam and Eve, he is said to be the angel who told Adam to give names to all of the plants, creatures, and other earthly things, though in Genesis it says that it was God who so instructed him.

Jofiel - See Iofiel.

Johiel - an angel of Paradise in either the heavenly or earthly (Eden) realm.

John the Baptist - the "forerunner angel" who, in the The Zohar, Rabbi Judah says: "This angel, this deliverer of the world, is sometimes male, sometimes female. When he procures blessings for the world, he is male, resembling the male who provides blessings for the female. But when he comes to bring chastisement on the world, he is female, being, as it were, pregnant with the judgment." In the Book of John the Baptist Jesus refers to him as "Helias the prophet" and says that he is an angel who was sent by Satan to baptize with water. As an icon of the Eastern Church he is always shown with wings to signify his position as a messenger angel who is sent before the face of Christ.

Jomiael - See Jomjael.

Jomjael a.k.a. Yomyael ("day of God") - a fallen angel.

Jophiel - See Iofiel.

Jorkemo - See Yurkemi.

Josata - See Josta.

Josta - an angel of Solomonic Magick who is used to conjure Uriel. His also one of the four names that God speaks aloud to Moses on Mt. Sinai. The other three are: Ablati, Abla, and Caila.

Josephel - See Asfa'el.

Joth - one of God's secret names which "Jacob learned from the angel in the night of his wrestling, and by which he was delivered from the hands of his brother Esau."

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

Jove - a fallen angel in Milton's Paradise Lost who is either based upon the Greek god Zeus, lord of heaven, or the Roman god Jupiter.

Jukar - in The Greater Key of Solomon he is "a prince over all the angels and all the Caesars."

Junier - a fallen angel who used to belong to the order of angels.

Jusguarin - an angel who reign over ten angelic chiefs and 100 lesser angels. He is also a ruler of the tenth hour of the night.

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