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FAQs About Angels

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Everyone has Angels therefore we can all be influenced, and guided by them.  These are benevolent celestial beings.  Pure beings of divine light and intelligence.  Humans have always had a fascination for Angels and Angelic beings.  Angels are messengers from God who carry out tasks that God assign them to perform.  Angels are non-denominational, there are no religious boundaries attached to the Angels.  We have our own personal angels that have been assigned to us since birth. Angels are androgynous, meaning they do not have a sex; they are neither male or female.

The word “archangel” is from the Greek words “arche” (ruler) and “angelos” (messenger), signifying archangels the highest ranking angels in heaven. Archangels rule over the universe’s daily operation on missions from God, while also delivering messages from God to human beings.   There are many angels who have been sent to protect and guide you, there are only a few Archangels.  Both are never too busy to answer your calls.

Meditate and ask who your guardian angel is, you may also be accompanied by a spirit guide or loved one.

“It is by faith that angels appear and minister unto man”

 

Three angels hosted by Abraham, Ludovico Carracci (1555–1619), Bologna, Pinacoteca Nazionale.

The word angel in English is a fusion of the Old English word engel (with a hard g) and the Old French angele. Both derive from the Latin angelus which in turn is the romanization of the ancient Greek ἄγγελος (ángelos[5]), “messenger”, “envoy”,[6] which is related to the Greek verb ἀγγέλλω (angéllō), meaning “bear a message, announce, bring news of” etc.[7] The earliest form of the word is the Mycenaean a-ke-ro attested in Linear B syllabic script.[8][9]

Angels in Judaism

Main article: Angels in Judaism

The Bible uses the terms מלאך אלהים (mal’āk̠ Elohim ’ĕlōhîm; messenger of God), מלאך יהוה (mal’āk̠ YHWH; messenger of the Lord), בני אלהים (bənē Elohim ’ĕlōhîm; sons of God) and הקודשים (haqqôd̠əšîm; the holy ones) to refer to beings traditionally interpreted as angels. Later texts use other terms, such as העליונים (hā‘elyônîm; the upper ones).

 

The term מלאך (Malak mal’ākÌ ) is also used in the Tanakh; a similar term, ملائكة (malā’ikah), is used in the Qur’an. The Greek and Hebrew words, depending on the context may refer either to a human messenger or a supernatural messenger. The human messenger could possibly be a prophet or priest, such as Malachi, “my messenger”, and the Greek superscription that the Book of Malachi was written “by the hand of his messenger” ἀγγήλου angḗlou. Examples of a supernatural messenger[10] are the “Malak YHWH,” who is either a messenger from God,[11] an aspect of God (such as the Logos),[12] or God himself as the messenger (the “theophanic angel.”)[10][13]

 

Scholar Michael D. Coogan notes that it is only in the late books that the terms “come to mean the benevolent semidivine beings familiar from later mythology and art.”[14] Daniel is the first biblical figure to refer to individual angels by name,[15] mentioning Gabriel (God’s primary messenger) in Daniel 9:21 and Michael (the holy fighter) in Daniel 10:13. These angels are part of Daniel’s apocalyptic visions and are an important part of all apocalyptic literature.[14] Coogan explains the development of this concept of angels: “In the postexilic period, with the development of explicit monotheism, these divine beings—the ‘sons of God’ who were members of the Divine Council— were in effect demoted to what are now known as ‘angels’, understood as beings created by God, but immortal and thus superior to humans.”[14] This conception of angels is best understood in contrast to demons and is often thought to be “influenced by the ancient Persian religious tradition of Zoroastrianism, which viewed the world as a battleground between forces of good and forces of evil, between light and darkness.”[14] One of these is hāšāṭān, a figure depicted in (among other places) the Book of Job.

 

Philo of Alexandria identifies the angel with the Logos as far as the angel is the immaterial voice of God. The angel is something different than God Himself, but is conceived as God’s instrument.[16]

In post-Biblical Judaism, certain angels took on particular significance and developed unique personalities and roles. Though these archangels were believed to rank among the heavenly host, no systematic hierarchy ever developed. Metatron is considered one of the highest of the angels in Merkabah and Kabbalist mysticism and often serves as a scribe; he is briefly mentioned in the Talmud[17] and figures prominently in Merkabah mystical texts. Michael, who serves as a warrior and advocate for Israel (Daniel 10:13), is looked upon particularly fondly. Gabriel is mentioned in the Book of Daniel (Daniel 8:15–17), the Book of Tobit, and briefly in the Talmud,[18] as well as in many Merkabah mystical texts. There is no evidence in Judaism for the worship of angels, but there is evidence for the invocation and sometimes even conjuration of angels.[19]

 

Medieval Jewish philosopher Maimonides explained his view of angels in his Guide for the Perplexed II:4 and II:6:

“…This leads Aristotle in turn to the demonstrated fact that God, glory and majesty to Him, does not do things by direct contact. God burns things by means of fire; fire is moved by the motion of the sphere; the sphere is moved by means of a disembodied intellect, these intellects being the ‘angels which are near to Him’, through whose mediation the spheres [planets] move… thus totally disembodied minds exist which emanate from God and are the intermediaries between God and all the bodies [objects] here in this world.”

—Guide for the Perplexed II:4, Maimonides

According to Kabalah, there are four worlds and our world is the last world: the world of action (Assiyah). Angels exist in the worlds above as a ‘task’ of God. They are an extension of God to produce effects in this world. After an angel has completed its task, it ceases to exist. The angel is in effect the task. This is derived from the book of Genesis when Abraham meets with three angels and Lot meets with two. The task of one of the angels was to inform Abraham of his coming child. The other two were to save Lot and to destroy Sodom and Gomorrah.[20]

Famous angels and their tasks

From the Jewish Encyclopedia, entry “angelology”.[21]

Individual angels

 

One of Melozzo’s musician (seraphim) angels from the Basilica dei Santi Apostoli, now in the sacristy of St. Peter’s Basilica

  • Lucifer (translation: First Light of the Morning; Morning Star), God’s first living creation. Most beautiful, betrayer of the hosts of heaven.
  • Michael (translation: who is like God?),kindness of God
  • Gabriel (translation: the strength of God), performs acts of justice and power
  • Raphael (translation: God Heals), God’s healing force
  • Uriel (translation: God is my light), leads us to destiny
  • Samael (translation: the severity of God), angel of death—see also Malach HaMavet (translation: the angel of death)
  • Sandalphon (translation: bringing together), battles Samael and brings humankind together
  • Camael/Chamuel (translation: one who seeks God), expelled Adam from the Garden of Eden and punishes those who transgress against God
  • Sataniel/Satan (translation: the adversary),[22] tempts humans, serves as an adversary, and brings people’s sins before them in the heavenly court
  • Metatron (translation is disputed, may mean “keeper of the watch”, “guardian”, or “he who sits behind the throne of Heaven”), God’s heavenly scribe recording the deeds of all that is done in Earth and Heaven and all of Creation.

Jewish angelic hierarchy

Main article: Jewish angelic hierarchy

Maimonides, in his Yad ha-Chazakah: Yesodei ha-Torah, counts ten ranks of angels in the Jewish angelic hierarchy, beginning from the highest:

Christianity

Main article: Christian angelic hierarchy

 

The Archangel Michael wears a late Roman military cloak and cuirass in this 17th-century depiction by Guido Reni

Early Christians inherited Jewish understandings of angels, which in turn may have been partly inherited from the Egyptians.[23] In the early stage, the Christian concept of an angel characterized the angel as a messenger of God. Angels are creatures of good, spirits of love, and messengers of the savior Jesus Christ.[24] Later came identification of individual angelic messengers: Gabriel, Michael, Raphael, Uriel, and Lucifer. Then, in the space of little more than two centuries (from the 3rd to the 5th) the image of angels took on definite characteristics both in theology and in art.[25]

 

By the late 4th century, the Church Fathers agreed that there were different categories of angels, with appropriate missions and activities assigned to them. There was, however, some disagreement regarding the nature of angels. Some argued that Angels had physical bodies,[26] while some maintained that they were entirely spiritual. Some theologians had proposed that angels were not divine but on the level of immaterial beings subordinate to the Trinity. The resolution of this Trinitarian dispute included the development of doctrine about angels.[27]

 

The angels are represented throughout the Christian Bible as a body of spiritual beings intermediate between God and men: “You have made him (man) a little less than the angels…” (Psalms 8:4-5). Some Christians believe that angels are created beings, and use the following passage as evidence: “praise ye Him, all His angels: praise ye Him, all His hosts… for He spoke and they were made. He commanded and they were created…” (Psalms 148:2-5; Colossians 1:16). The Fourth Lateran Council (1215) declared that the angels were created beings. The Council’s decree Firmiter credimus (issued against the Albigenses) declared both that angels were created and that men were created after them. The First Vatican Council (1869) repeated this declaration in Dei Filius, the “Dogmatic constitution on the Catholic faith”. Of note is that the Bible describes the function of angels as “messengers” and does not indicate when the creation of angels occurred.[28][29]

 

Thomas Aquinas (13th century) relates angels to Aristotle’s metaphysics in his Summa contra Gentiles,[30] Summa Theologica,[31] and in De substantiis separatis,[32] a treatise on angelology.

 

Many Christians regard angels as asexual and not belonging to either gender as they interpret Matthew 22:30 in this way. Angels are on the other hand usually depicted in painting and sculpture as looking like male human beings. Their names are also masculine. And although angels have greater knowledge than men, they are not omniscient, as Matthew 24:36 points out.[33] Christian art perhaps reflects the descriptions in Revelation 4:6–8 of the Four Living Creatures (Greek: Ï„á½° τέσσαρα ζῷα) and the descriptions in the Hebrew Bible of cherubim and seraphim (the chayot in Ezekiel’s Merkabah vision and the Seraphim of Isaiah). However, while cherubim and seraphim have wings in the Bible, no angel is mentioned as having wings.[34]

Interaction with angels

 

An angel comforting Jesus, by Carl Heinrich Bloch, 1865-1890.

The New Testament includes many interactions and conversations between angels and humans. For instance, three separate cases of angelic interaction deal with the births of John the Baptist and Jesus Christ. In Luke 1:11, an angel appears to Zechariah to inform him that he will have a child despite his old age, thus proclaiming the birth of John the Baptist[35] And in Luke 1:26 the archangel Gabriel visits the Virgin Mary in the Annunciation to foretell the birth of Jesus Christ.[36] Angels then proclaim the birth of Jesus in the Adoration of the shepherds in Luke 2:10.[37] Angels also appear later in the New Testament. In Luke 22:43 an angel comforts Jesus Christ during the Agony in the Garden.[38] In Matthew 28:5 an angel speaks at the empty tomb, following the Resurrection of Jesus and the rolling back of the stone by angels.[39] Hebrews 13:2 reminds the reader that they may “entertain angels unaware”.[40]

 

Since the completion of the New Testament, the Christian tradition has continued to include reported interactions with angels. For instance, in 1851 Pope Pius IX approved the Chaplet of Saint Michael based on the 1751 private revelation from archangel Michael to the Carmelite nun Antonia d’Astonac.[41] And Pope John Paul II emphasized the role of angels in Catholic teachings in his 1986 address titled “Angels Participate In History Of Salvation“, in which he suggested that modern mentality should come to see the importance of angels.[42]

 

As recently as the 20th century, visionaries and mystics have reported interactions with, and indeed dictations from, angels. For instance, the bed-ridden Italian writer and mystic Maria Valtorta wrote The Book of Azariah based on “dictations” that she directly attributed to her guardian angel Azariah, discussing the Roman Missal used for Sunday Mass in 1946 and 1947.[43]

Latter Day Saints

 

Temple statue of the Angel Moroni, Bern, Switzerland

Adherents of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (generally referred to as “Mormons”) view angels as the messengers of God. They are sent to mankind to deliver messages, minister to humanity, teach doctrines of salvation, call mankind to repentance, give priesthood keys, save individuals in perilous times, and guide humankind.[44]

 

Latter Day Saints believe that angels either are the spirits of humans who are deceased or who have yet to be born, or are humans who have been resurrected or translated and have physical bodies of flesh and bones,[45] and accordingly Joseph Smith taught that “there are no angels who minister to this earth but those that do belong or have belonged to it.”[46] As such, Latter Day Saints also believe that Adam (the first man) is now the archangel Michael,[47][48] and that Gabriel lived on the earth as Noah.[45] Likewise the Angel Moroni first lived in a pre-Columbian American civilization as the 5th-century prophet-warrior named Moroni.

 

Joseph Smith, Jr. described his first angelic encounter thus:[49]

 

“While I was thus in the act of calling upon God, I discovered a light appearing in my room, which continued to increase until the room was lighter than at noonday, when immediately a personage appeared at my bedside, standing in the air, for his feet did not touch the floor.

 

He had on a loose robe of most exquisite whiteness. It was a whiteness beyond anything earthly I had ever seen; nor do I believe that any earthly thing could be made to appear so exceedingly white and brilliant….

Not only was his robe exceedingly white, but his whole person was glorious beyond description, and his countenance truly like lightning. The room was exceedingly light, but not so very bright as immediately around his person. When I first looked upon him, I was afraid; but the fear soon left me.”

 

Most angelic visitations in the early Latter Day Saint movement were witnessed by Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery, who both claimed (prior to the establishment of the Church in 1830) to have been visited by the prophet Moroni, John the Baptist, and the Apostles Peter, James, and John. Later, at the dedication of the Kirtland Temple, Smith and Oliver Cowdery claimed to have been visited by Jesus, and subsequently by Moses, Elias, and Elijah.[50] Angels are typically depicted in Mormon art as having no wings based on a quote from Joseph Smith (“An angel of God never has wings”).[51]

 

People who claimed to have received a visit by an angel include the other two of the Three Witnesses: David Whitmer and Martin Harris. Many other Latter Day Saints, both in the early and modern church, have claimed to have seen angels, though Smith posited that, except in extenuating circumstances such as the restoration, mortals teach mortals, spirits teach spirits and resurrected beings teach other resurrected beings.[52]

Islam

 

Depiction of an angel in Islamic Persian miniature

Main article: Islamic view of angels

Angels (Arabic: ملائكة , Malāʾikah) are mentioned many times in the Qur’an and Hadith. Islam is clear on the nature of angels in that they are messengers of God. They have no free will, and can do only what God orders them to do. An example of a task they carry out is that of testing individuals by granting them abundant wealth and curing their illness.[53] Believing in angels is one of the six Articles of Faith in Islam.

 

Some examples of angels in Islam:

  • Jibrail: the archangel Gabriel (Jibra’il) is an archangel who serves as a messenger from God.
  • Michael: the angel of nature.
  • Darda’il: the angels who travel in the earth searching out assemblies where people remember God’s name. Harut and Marut are two angels mentioned in Qur’an, who were sent down to test the people at Babylon.
  • Azrael is Azraa-eel عزرائيل: the Angel of Death
  • Kiraman Katibin: the two angels who record a person’s good and bad deeds.
  • Mu’aqqibat: a class of guardian angels who keep people from death until its decreed time.
  • Munkar and Nakir: the angels who test the faith of the dead in their graves. They ask the soul of the dead person questions. If the person fails the questions, the angels make the man suffer until the Day of Judgement. If the soul passes the questions, he will have a pleasant time in the grave until the Day of Judgement.
  • Israfil: the angel that will blow the trumpet on the Day of Judgement, or Al-Qiyama.
  • Ridwan: the angel in charge of maintaining Jannat or Paradise.
  • Maalik: the angel who keeps or guards hellfire.

Bahá’í Faith

In his Book of Certitude Bahá’u’lláh, founder of the Bahá’í Faith, describes angels as people who “have consumed, with the fire of the love of God, all human traits and limitations”, and have “clothed themselves” with angelic attributes and have become “endowed with the attributes of the spiritual”. ‘Abdu’l-Bahá describes angels as the “confirmations of God and His celestial powers” and as “blessed beings who have severed all ties with this nether world” and “been released from the chains of self”, and “revealers of God’s abounding grace”. The Bahá’í writings also refer to the Concourse on High, an angelic host, and the Maid of Heaven of Bahá’u’lláh’s vision.[54]

Neoplatonism

In the commentaries of Proclus (4th century, under Christian rule) on the Timaeus of Plato, Proclus uses the terminology of “angelic” (aggelikos) and “angel” (aggelos) in relation to metaphysical beings. According to Aristotle, just as there is a First Mover,[55] so, too, must there be spiritual secondary movers.[56]

Zoroastrianism

Main article: Zoroastrian angelology

In Zoroastrianism there are different angel-like figures. For example, each person has one guardian angel, called Fravashi. They patronize human beings and other creatures, and also manifest God’s energy. The Amesha Spentas have often been regarded as angels, although there is no direct reference to them conveying messages,[57] but are rather emanations of Ahura Mazda (“Wise Lord”, God); they initially appear in an abstract fashion and then later became personalized, associated with diverse aspects of the divine creation.[58]

Sikhism

Azrael (as Azraa-eel) is named as the angel of death in the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy scripture and the final Guru of the Sikhs.[59]

 

In So Dar and Raag Asa Sat Guru Nanak mentions Chitragupta as the angel who record the deeds of men.[60][61]

Brahma Kumaris

In Brahma Kumaris, it is taught that every member becomes an angel of light (farishta in Hindi)[62] and that founder Dada Lekhraj has already become perfect man and angel Brahma through practise of Raja Yoga.[63][64][65]

Theosophy

In the teachings of Theosophy, Devas are regarded as living either in the atmospheres of the planets of the solar system (Planetary Angels) or inside the Sun (Solar Angels) (presumably other planetary systems and stars have their own angels) and they help to guide the operation of the processes of nature such as the process of evolution and the growth of plants; their appearance is reputedly like colored flames about the size of a human. It is believed by Theosophists that devas can be observed when the third eye is activated. Some (but not most) devas originally incarnated as human beings.[66]

 

It is believed by Theosophists that nature spirits, elementals (gnomes, undines, sylphs, and salamanders), and fairies can be also be observed when the third eye is activated.[67] It is maintained by Theosophists that these less evolutionarily developed beings have never been previously incarnated as humans; they are regarded as being on a separate line of spiritual evolution called the “deva evolution”; eventually, as their souls advance as they reincarnate, it is believed they will incarnate as devas.[68]

 

It is asserted by Theosophists that all of the above mentioned beings possess etheric bodies that are composed of etheric matter, a type of matter finer and more pure that is composed of smaller particles than ordinary physical plane matter.[68]

Hermetic Qabalah

See also: Hermetic Qabalah

According to the Kabbalah as described by the Golden Dawn there are ten archangels, each commanding one of the choir of angels and corresponding to one of the Sephirot. It is similar to the Jewish angelic hierarchy.

Contemporary belief in angels

 

Seal of Sant’Angelo (rione of Rome)

A 2002 study based on interviews with 350 people, mainly in the UK, who said they have had an experience of an angel, describes several types of such experiences: visions, sometimes with multiple witnesses present; auditions, e.g. to convey a warning; a sense of being touched, pushed, or lifted, typically to avert a dangerous situation; and pleasant fragrance, generally in the context of somebody’s death. In the visual experiences, the angels described appear in various forms, either the “classical” one (human countenance with wings), in the form of extraordinarily beautiful or radiant human beings, or as beings of light.[72]

 

In the US, a 2008 survey by Baylor University’s Institute for Studies of Religion, published by TIME magazine,[73][74] which polled 1,700 respondents, found that 55 percent of Americans, including one in five of those who say they are not religious, believe that they have been protected by a guardian angel during their life. An August 2007 Pew poll found that 68 percent of Americans believe that “angels and demons are active in the world”,[75] and according to four different polls conducted in 2009, a greater percentage of Americans believe in angels (55%) than those who believe in global warming (36%).[76][77]

 

According to the Gallup Youth Survey, in a Teen Belief in the Supernatural poll in 1994, 76% of 508 teenagers (aged 13–17) believe in angels, a greater percentage than those who believe in astrology, ESP, ghosts, witchcraft, clairvoyance, Bigfoot, and vampires. In 1978, 64% of American young people believed in angels; in 1984, 69% of teenagers believed in angels; and by 1994, that number grew to 76%, while belief in other supernatural concepts, such as the Loch Ness monster and ESP, has declined. In 1992, 80% of 502 surveyed teenage girls believe in angels, and 81% of Catholic teens and 82% of regular church attendees harbored beliefs in angels.[78][79] According to another set of Gallup polls, designated towards all Americans, in 1994, 72% of Americans said they believed in angels, while in 2004, 78% of the surveyed Americans indicated belief in angels, with the percentage of Americans that did not believe in angels dropping from 15% to 10%, and the percentage of Americans that were “not sure” dropping from 13% to 11%.[80][81]

 

A 2008 survey of over 1000 Canadians found 67 percent believe in angels.[82]

Angels in art

Main article: Angels in art

 

12th-century icon of the Archangels Michael and Gabriel wearing the loros of the Imperial guards.

The earliest known Christian image of an angel—in the Cubicolo dell’Annunziazione in the Catacomb of Priscilla (mid-3rd century)—is without wings. In that same period, representations of angels on sarcophagi, lamps and reliquaries also show them without wings,[83] as for example the angel in the Sacrifice of Isaac scene in the Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus (although the side view of the Sarcophagus shows winged angelic figures).

 

The earliest known representation of angels with wings is on the “Prince’s Sarcophagus”, discovered in the 1930s at Sarigüzel, near Istanbul, and attributed to the time of Theodosius I (379–395).[84] From that period on, Christian art has represented angels mostly with wings, as in the cycle of mosaics in the Basilica of Saint Mary Major (432–440).[85] Four- and six-winged angels, drawn from the higher grades of angels (especially cherubim and seraphim) and often showing only their faces and wings, are derived from Persian art and are usually shown only in heavenly contexts, as opposed to performing tasks on earth. They often appear in the pendentives of church domes or semi-domes. Prior of the Judeo-Christian tradition in the Greek world, the Greek goddess Nike and the god Eros were also depicted in human-like form with wings.

Saint John Chrysostom explained the significance of angels’ wings:

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Angel Dictionary

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Definition of ANGEL
1 a : a spiritual being superior to humans in power and intelligence; especially : one in the lowest rank in the celestial hierarchy b: plural : an order of angels see celestial hierarchy
2: an attendant spirit or guardian
3: a usually white-robed winged figure of human form in fine art
4: messenger, harbinger
5: a person like an angel (as in looks or behavior)
6 Christian Science : inspiration from God
Source: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/angel

Origin of ANGEL
Middle English, from Old English engel & Anglo-French angele; both from Late Latin angelus, from Greek angelos, literally, messenger

First Known Use: before 12th century
Source: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/angel

Heavenly Hosts

Archangel Michael (Who is like God)

He is one of the chief princes “The Great Prince”, a mighty warrior and leader of the other angels. He is God’s enforcer of law, judgment and protection. He is the giver of courage and strength. He is the only angel named as an archangel in the bible

Colours: He is recognised as deep purple and gold

Message: Michael helps us to follow our truth without compromising our integrity

 

Archangel Gabriel (The strength of God)

God often chooses Gabriel to communicate important messages. He is associated with childbirth, adoption and raising children. He is also the patron of the arts and creativity

Colours: He is recognised as blue

Message: Gabriel helps us clear away confusion to make wise decisions. He encourages effective communication for harmonious outcomes

 

Archangel Raphael (God Heals)>

God uses Raphael to assist in performing all manners of healing, of people and animals. If you are a healer, doctor or nurse you will have this almighty angel by your side

Colours: Green

Message:  Raphael brings healing to those who are suffering, encourages forgiveness and letting go of old wounds.  He rejoices in exercise, healthy eating and relaxation

 

Archangel Uriel (God is my Light)

Uriel encourages you to live in Gods light and to discover Gods wisdom. He directs your focus to one who serves God.  He is known to give people inspiration and motivation as they seek to live peaceful, harmonious and faithful lives

Colour: Red

Message: Uriel may be visiting you when you gain insights about the best decisions to make encouraging positive outcomes

 

Archangel Samael (The severity of God)

He is the messenger from God whose name carries death and temptation (seven deadly sins). He is known to tempt mankind and to take the soul away from man.

Colour: Grey

Message: When this angel appears it is the simple philosophy of cause and effect, he punishes those that deserve it and rewards those who have earned it. With the permission from God, he is the angel of Karma. One of his abilities is to be able to disguise himself like the serpent that tempted Eve in the Garden of Eden

 

Archangel Chamual (one who seeks God)

He is the aspect of God which is Divine Love. He helps heal the heart from love related issues.

Colour: Pink

Message: Chamual appears when you have gone through a relationship trauma or breakdown, he offers you comfort and resolve. And reassures you, that as a new day dawns so, can a new relationship blossom. He is also assists those who are working towards world peace, and helps you to find what you are looking for

 

Archangel Sandalphon (bringing together)

Sandalphon is part of the higher ranking archangels and assists and encourages those who are dedicated to the path of self-discovery, personal growth and prayer

Colour: Turquoise

Message: The Divine Source is infinite and Sandalphon reminds us that every prayer is answered within divine and perfect time. He is also the guardian of heavenly celestial music, sound for healing and clearing of old stagnant energy. Sandalphon and Metatron are Divine Beings that have lived and walked upon the earth

 

Archangel Jophiel (Beauty of God)

He inspires you to have beautiful caring thoughts that help you develop into beautiful souls. Jophiel is by your side to help you discover more about the beauty of holiness

Message: The Divine being of Joy and Laughter. He helps you to discover your potential to study for learning, problem solving and acquiring new skills. He inspires you to overcome the ugliness of addictions and unhealthy thought patterns

 

Archangel Metatron (He who sits behind the throne of heaven)

Metatron is an archangel of Judaism he appears primarily is medieval Jewish mystical texts and other post-scriptural esoteric and occult sources

Colour: Green and pink

Message: Ask for Metatrons assistance to discover your true personal spiritual power and learn how to use it to bring glory to God and make the world a better place

 

Lucifer (Betrayer of the hosts of heaven)

The name, Lucifer, means ‘day star,’ or ‘son of the morning.’ Many recognize it as an alternate name of Satan, the fallen angel. But prior to his downfall, Lucifer was a magnificent being with a unique ministry. Unfortunately, pride overtook his heart, and sin cost him everything

Lucifer had wisdom, beauty, ability, perfection, and yet he wanted more; he wanted to be worshiped like God. But God does not share His glory, nor does He permit another to receive worship. So before Lucifer had a chance to make his move, he was removed from the presence of God. Cast out of heaven like a bolt of lightning, Lucifer was stripped of his beauty, his position, and his rights to heaven

 

Satan-iel (The Adversary, the tempter)

Satan -the opposer]is a character appearing in the texts of the one who personifies evil and temptation, and is known as the deceiver that leads humanity astray. The term is often applied to an angel who fell out of favor with God, seducing humanity into the ways of sin, and who now rules over the fallen world. Satan is a name that refers to a decidedly malevolent entity (devil) who possesses demonic god-like qualities

A’albiel – An angel in service to the archangel Michael

Abariel – An angel in ceremonial magic tracts, used for invoking. His named is also found inscribed on the second pentacle of the moon

Abel (Meadow) – Souls arrive in Heaven and are judged by Abel. He is one of 12 Powers with this task. He is angel of the fourth Heaven ruling on the Lord’s Day. He must be invoked from the East. (See Abraham 13:11)

Achaiah – He is a Seraphim, the angel of patience and discoverer of the secrets of nature. In the New Testament Achaiah is a Roman Province. Paul visited the churches in that region. (Act 18:12, 27)

Adnachiel – This angel holds dominion over the sun sign Sagittarius. Those who were born under this sign can pray to Adnachiel for special protection and blessings. We can all pray to this shining one for the spirit gifts of independence, honesty and gregariousness

Af Bri – An angel who exercises control over rain

Afriel – Traditional angelic lore informs us that this being of light safeguards young life, and is also considered to be protective of that which is youthful and tenderly growing within each of us, no matter how old we actually are. Afriel is believed to grant youth, vigor and vitality and is prayed to for these gifts and attributes

Aftiel – The angel of twilight

Aha – An angel of the order of dominations, a spirit of fire used in cabalistic magical operations

Ahadiel – An angelic enforcer of the law

Akatriel (Akrasiel) – Revealer of the divine mysteries and angel of proclamation; cf. Raziel

Alimon – A great prince who, when invoked, protects the invocant from gunshot wounds and from sharp instruments. His aids are the angels Reivtip and Tafthi

Amatiel Amatiel – Holds dominion over the season of spring. We appeal to this renewing angel to plant the seeds of hope, rebirth, new beginnings and positive expectations in our hearts and minds

Ambriel – This angel inspires clear communication so that we might better speak our own truth, while gently guiding human beings toward a time when truth and clarity will be the universal norm. Ambriel is also considered to be an angel of general protection. Ambriel presides over the sun sign of Gemini and the month of May. Those born under this sign pray to Ambriel for special blessings and protection

Anael – One of the 7 angels of creation. Prince of the Archangels and ruler of the Friday angels. Anael exercise dominion over the planet Venus. He is one of the luminaries concerned with human sexuality and is governor of the second heaven, where he is in charge of prayer ascending from the first heaven. In addition he controls kingdoms and kings on earth and has dominion over the moon

Anafiel – Chief of the crown judgment angels of the Merkabah

Anfial – One of the 64 angel wardens of the celestial halls

Angels Of Childbirth – There are 70 amulet angels invoked at childbirth

Angels of the Mansions of the Moon – There are 28 angels ruling the 28 Mansions of the Moon

Angels of the 12 Months – There are angels for each month of the year

Angels Of Prayer – The seven angels who convey the prayers of the saints to our creator. Akatriel, Gabriel, Metatron, Raphael, Sandalphon, Sizouse and Michael

Angels of the Rain – Matriel, Matarel, Matariel, Ridya and Zalbesal

Angels of the Seasons – There are Governing and Serving Angels of the Four Seasons

Angels of Sunday – Sunday is influenced by the Sun. Michael is the primary Angel of Sunday, but each hour of this day also has its secondary angel. These angels are, beginning with the 1st hour — Michael, Anael, Raphael, Gabriel, Cassiel, Sachiel, Samael, Michael, Anael, Raphael, Gabriel, and Cassiel. Some Angels do double duty on this day

Angels of the Wind – Moriel, Ruhiel, Ben Nez and Rujiel

Angels Of Winter – Ctarari, Amabael and Certari. The head angel is Altrib or (Attaris)

Angerecton – An angel invoked in magical rites, specifically in the invocation of fumigation

Aniel – One of the numerous angelic guards of the gates of the West wind

Anitor – A high holy angel, invoked in magical rites after proper investiture by the invocant

Anixiel – One of the 28 angels governing the 28 mansions of the moon

Anthriel – This is an angel of balance and harmony we appeal to Anthriel to help us stay on an even keel, leading our lives with moderation. Anthriel helps us stay calm at all times. Those who become easily off-centered and filled with anxiety pray to Anthriel for balance

Aquariel – This perfect being opens the doors of perception to mortals who pray to him. Aquariel inspires humankind with transcendent and cosmic understanding so that we may spiritually evolve

Arariel (Azareel, Uzziel) – Curer of stupidity and one of the 7 angels with dominion over the earth. Arariel is specifically an angel who presides over the waters of the earth (according to the Talmudists). He is invoked by fishermen so that they may, with luck, catch big fish

Arbatel – A “revealing” angel

Archer – A governing spirit of the sign Aquarius

Archons(Rulers) – Angels set over nations and identified or equated with aeons. Archons are primordial planetary spirits. Other archons are Uriel, Michael, Raphael, Gabriel, Shauil and Cassiel

Ardouisur – A female cherub. Among her attributes are making females prolific and giving them easy childbirth, also supplying them with breast milk. She is sometimes called “the giver of living water”

Ardousius – Traditional angelic lore tells us that this angel is a female angel who is believed to help and protect during childbirth and who also inspires breast milk to flow. Pray to her for nurturing love

Arel – An angel of fire. His name is inscribed on the seventh pentacle of the sun. He can also be invoked in ritual magic

Arella – Hebrew: Angel, messenger

Arias – Angel of sweet smelling herbs

Ariel/Ariella – Hebrew: Lioness of God; air or water spirit (angel); ethereal

Assasiel – Angel of Thursday, who shares his rule with Sachiel and Cassiel. Assasiel is also one of the presiding spirits of the planet Jupiter

Ashriel – One of the seven angels with dominion over the earth. He is the angel that separates the soul from the body at the time of death. He can also be invoked to cure stupidity

Assiel – Angel of healing

Ataphiel – An angel who supports heaven with three fingers

Atel – An angel of the fourth heaven. Also an angel of the air ruling on the Lord’s Day evoked from the East

Athanatos – A conjuring spirit of the planet Mercury. Name of the god used to discover hidden treasure and in the cabala, a spirit invoked on the general citations of Moses, Aaron and Solomon

Attarib – One of the four angels of winter and head of the sign of winter

Atuesuel – One of eight angels of omnipotence. He is invoked to “smoke out the monsters of hell”

Auriel (Light of God) – One of 72 angels of 72 quinaries of degrees of the zodiac. Invoked in conjuration of the sword

Ayib – A spirit of the planet Venus whose name is inscribed on the fourth pentacle of that planet

Aymelek – Turkish: Moon angel

Azbuga(h) – One of the 8 great throne angels of judgment who clothes with the garment of righteousness those deemed worthy among the new arrivals in heaven

Azer – Angel of the element fire

Azrael – The Angel of Death who is “forever writing in a large book and forever erasing what he writes: what he writes is the birth of man, what he erases is the name of the man at death”

Baal – A deity that was worshipped regularly throughout much of the ancient Near East, particularly by the Canaanites.

The name is derived from the Semitic word meaning “possessor” or “lord” and was used as a common noun with many applications; overtime, however, Baal was adopted as the chief fertility god, a master of the world, and the lord of rain, whose benevolence in supplying moisture was essential to the flowering of crops. By the time of the Israelites’ arrival in the land of Canaan, the worship of Baal-was firmly established. Baal even came to be understood as representing the Lord of Israel

Bagdial – A corpulent angel in charge of issuing cards to recent arrivals in the lower heavens. These cards entitle them to new bodies. However Bagdial is said to be a fictional angel

Bahram – Angel of victory

Ballaton – An angel whose name is used by sorcerers when drawing the potent pentagram of Solomon, a symbol used for summoning spirits and conducting esoteric rites

Baraacata – An angel who figures in the ancient and very arcane rites of magic associated with King Solomon

Baracata may not be precisely considered an angel, but traditionally it takes a sorcerer of considerable powers to summon him

Baradiel – One of the princes of the seven heavens mentioned in the Third Book of Enoch. Baradiel is one of the “seven great, beautiful, wonderful, and honored princes.” Each angelic prince has command “over a heavenly host, and every one of them is attended by 496,000 myriads of ministering angels.” The prince in charge of the third heaven,

Baradiel is also one of the princes (or angels) who guide the progress of the world. His area of authority here is an angel of hail (other angels are of earthquakes, comets, the stars, wind, fire, etc.)

Barakiel (Barkiel, Barbiel) – This benevolent one grants success, good fortune and excellent luck to mortals who pray to him. He also inspires joviality and a sense of humor. When we pray to this angel on a regular basis, we find that we become filled with happiness, our hearts expand, and we make a space for this angel of good fortune to enter. Rules of the order of seraphim, governor of the month of February, and one of the 7 archangels

Baraqiel – One of the seven great angels in control of the seven heavens. Baraqiel is one of the “great, beautiful, wonderful, and honored princes” listed in the Third Book of Enoch, that extensive compendium of angelic lore. His specific heaven is the second heaven. Baraqiel is counted as the angel of lightning, joined by such other angels as those of the sun, hail, earthquakes, snow, etc. It is possible that Baraqiel is also to be identified with the fallen angel Baraqyal. This angel considered one of the angelic beings-with Uriel and or gambling

Baraqyal – An angel who belonged to the so-called Watchers, who descended from heaven to cohabit with mortal women. In the Book of Enoch, Baraqyal is listed among the two hundred fallen angels and was ranked among the chief of ten, the divisions of the evil repentant angels. As a demon, Baraqyal is able to teach those who summon him the secret arts of astrology

Barattiel – One of the great angelic princes listed in that famed compendium of angelic lore, the Third Book of Enoch.

Barattiel has a specific place in the angelic hierarchy presented in that work, being situated between the angelic princes Tagas and Hamon. When Tagas sees Barattiel, he falls upon his face prostrate and removes his princely crown. Likewise, when Barattiel beholds Hamon, he falls down prostrate and removes his own crown. Barattiel has the special post or power of literally holding the highest heaven-called in this tradition the Arabot-on the tips of his spread fingers.

Barbiel – Angel of October

Barchiel – This angel presides over the sun signs of Scorpio and Pisces. Those who were born under these signs can pray to Barchiel for Special protection and bright blessings. We can all pray to this illumined one to inspire us to become more compassionate and to help us develop inner strength and the will to heal others and ourselves. This angel also grants emotional depth and awareness

Barkiel – Angel of lightening. (Uriel also has had this title) Barkiel is also one of the angels of February and is cited as one of the archangels. The angel of lightening is also noted as the only angel successful in fighting the demon envy

Barpharanges – An angel in charge of the spring of waters of life. He is the angel of the baptismal

Bathor – One of seven Olympian spirits, known as stewards or electors of heaven

Bat Qol – Also Bath Qol, an angel, often spoken of as female, whose name means “heavenly voice.” the angel is said among the Syrians to have the voice heard by Cain asking “Where is thy brother, Abel?” after Cain murdered his brother. Bat Qol is also said to have visited the famous second-century A.D. rabbi Simion ben Yohai (the supposed of the Jewish mystical work the Zohar) while he was imprisoned. in the sense of Bat-Kol, the angel can represent the divine voice that announces the will of God

Beburoa – An angel mentioned in the apocryphal book the Revelation of Esdras. Beburoa is ranked as one of the nine angels who will come and reign over the end of the world

Bene Elohim – Also been Elim, a group of angels who belong to the order or choir of thrones. Meaning “sons of God,” the bene Elohim are considered a part or division of the thrones, receiving the duty of forever singing the ineffable praise of God. As the sons of God, they are sometimes counted as the beings mentioned in the Book of Genesis (6:2) who save the daughters of men “and took to wife such of them as they chose.” The results of this union were the giants, the anakim, and “the mighty men that were of old, the men of renown.” The bene Elohim are also thought to be the angels called the ischim

Bethor – A powerful angel, one of the seven angelic beings ruling the 196 divisions of heaven. To assist him in his work, Bethor commands some 29,000 legions of angels. His area of authority also extends to everything related to the planet Jupiter, part of the ancient belief of each planet, star, and phenomenon of nature having its own angelic patron or ruler.

Blaef – A Friday angel of the air and subject to the west wind

Black Angels – A name used, especially in Islamic lore, for the fallen angels. Black angels are generally considered demons. The two most famous fallen angels by this appellation are Nakir and Monker

Blinded Angel – The term used by Pope John Paul II for the devil, Satan. The pontiff implies that the devil has chosen to blind himself to the light and beauty of God and so exists in perpetual darkness, the blackness of sin. (See also Fallen Angels)

Boamiel – An angel mentioned in the obscure Jewish mystical work the Book of the Angel Raziel and ranked as one of the angels with authority over the four divisions of heaven. BOEL-One of the foremost angels occupying the first heaven (of the seven heavens), according to the lore of the Zohar. Boel has possession of the four keys of the four corners of the earth. He thus has the keys that can, if he is so instructed by God, open the gates of the Garden of Eden, which were locked after the fall of humanity and which had two very stern cherubim placed as guards. As a ruler or guardian of one of the planets, he has authority over Saturn

Blaef – A Friday angel of the air and subject to the west wind

Boel (God Is In Him) – One of the seven exalted throne angels, resident in the first heaven. Boel holds the four keys to the four corners of the earth. He governs the planet Saturn as well

Bottomless Pit, Angel of The – The angel who has authority over the abyss, the bottomless pit, often also called hell. This angel is usually identified as Abaddon (or Appolyon). Abaddon holds the key and also has the duty (or perhaps the pleasure) of binding Satan for one thousand years. There has been some debate over the centuries concerning whether the angel of the bottomless pit is good or evil

Burning Bush, Angel of The – The famous angel of the event recorded in the Book of Exodus (3:2) in which Moses beheld the burning bush. Some scholars prefer to say that the burning bush was not really an angel, but God assuming this memorable form. In one Jewish tradition, the name of the angel of the burning bush was Zagzagel

Calliel – One of the throne angels serving in the second heaven, invoked to bring prompt help during adversity

Camael (Kemuel) (Kamael) – Chief of the order of powers; one of the holy sefiroth; personification of divine justice; among the 7 that stand in the presence of God. An angel who presides over beauty, joy, happiness, and contentment, Camael grants these gifts to those who pray to him. Any activity on our part that emulates this angel, such as bringing gladness to others, draws Camaelic energies into our lives and enfolds us in wings of happiness. Essene prayer: “Camael, Angel of Joy, descend upon the earth and give beauty to all things”

Cambiel – This angel presides over the sun sign Aquarius. Those born under this sign can pray to Cambiel for special protection and bright blessings. We all pray to this shining one for increased intelligence and also for the courage to think in unconventional ways

Cambill – Angel of the eight hour of the night

Caracasa – An angel of spring along with Core, Amatiel and Comissoros

Cassiel – Ruler of Saturday. The angel of solitudes and tears who “shows forth the unity of the eternal kingdom”. Cassiel is one of the rulers of the planet Saturn and is also the ruling prince of the seventh heaven. Cassiel is one of the Sarim (princes) of the order of powers. Sometimes, he appears as the angel of temperance

Cathetel – This guardian angel of the garden increases the growth and yield of vegetables and fruits and keeps them healthy and flourishing. Cathetel inspires the human race to love and appreciate all of the beings of nature. When we grow in respect and reverence for nature we can attain harmony with our own natures as well

Cedar – An angel governing the South

Chabalym – A seraph or cherub invoked in cabalistic magical rites

Chaldkydri – Archangels of the flying elements of the sun. Linked to phoenixes and in between cheribum and seraphim. They have 12 wings and at the rising of the sun they burst into song! They reside in the 4th heaven

Chamuel – This angel fosters tolerance in the human heart, inspiring within us the realization that to love others we must love ourselves. Chamuel helps us to drop judgmental attitudes towards others and develop a more tolerant view of our own shortcomings

Charbiel – An angel appointed to “draw together and dry up all the waters of the earth”

Charms – Angel of the ninth hour of the day

Charoum – An angelic benefactor who presides over the direction North. We appeal to Charoum for the ability to appreciate silence, the integrity to keep secrets and the patient attentiveness to be good listeners. This heavenly protector is traditionally believed to safeguard the earth plane from excess rain, floods and hurricanes

Chasan – Angel of the air his name is inscribed on the seventh pentacle of the sun

Chaylon – A cherub or seraph invoked in ritual magic

Chayyiel – Chief of the Holy Hayyoth (Cherubim)

Cheriour – A “terrible angel” charged with punishment of crime and the pursuit of criminals

Chermes – Angel of the ninth hour of the night

Chosniel (Cover) – An angel invoked for the conferring of a good memory and an open heart

Colopatiron – As an angel who unlocks prison gates, we can appeal to this sacred being when we are struggling for freedom or independence of any kind: economic, creative, spiritual or psychological

Corabael – A Monday angel residing in the first heaven and invoked from the West

Corat – A Friday angel of the air, invoked from the East, residing in the third heaven

Cupra – One of the Novesiles, Cupra is the personification of light

Dalquiel – One of three princes of the third Heaven. The other two are Jabniel and Rabacyal. All rule over fire under the ethnarchy of Anahel

Damabiah – An angel of the order of angels with dominion over naval construction

Dameal – A Tuesday angel, resident in the fifth heaven. He is evoked from the East

Degaliel – An angel who’s name is found inscribed on the third pentacle of the planet Venus

Derdekea – A heavenly, powerful female angel who descends to earth for the salvation of man. She is referred to as the Supreme Mother. (also known as Drop)

Dina – When the world was first created, Dina taught humans seventy different languages. This guiding and teaching angel inspires the human race to pursue wisdom, knowledge and a love of learning

Diniel – An angel who is one of the 70 child bed amulet angels. He is also a spellbinding angel in “the binding of the tongue of the ruler”

Djibril – Faithful Spirit

Djin – Helper of the Archangel Gabriel. He is an Elemental King, sphere of fire. He looks somewhat elderly, yet has great muscles. He has flames for hair and is a King of Fire. He can teach you the ways to use fire in magical workings. He can also bring rituals that you never knew existed and give them to you as gifts.

*From the Koran – The Djin (Jinn) are a race of beings created by Allah to serve Him. They are not His children, nor are they deities. They were created from searing hot, smokeless fire, some time before humans were created from clay.

Since the Koran also states that the Angels were created from fire, it would seem that the Djin and the Angels are the same kind of beings.

However, it is rare that the Koran speaks of “Angels and Jinn” in the same sentence, but often speaks of “Men and Jinn” in one breath. It would seem that the Jinn have a strong interest in consorting with humans, and especially in helping them to stray from the one-true-God. Not entirely, though, as there is at least one reference to Jinn who are righteous and hear the Word of Allah. With those exceptions, we expect that most humans and most Jinn will get their “come-uppance” on judgment day and they (we) will not be pleased with the results.

In summary, it would appear that according to the Koran, the Jinn are a species related to Angels which tend to consort with human-kind to the detriment of both. Exceptions noted

Donel – One of the numerous angelic guards of the South Wind

Druiel – One of the numerous angelic guards of the South Wind

Eheres – An angel invoked in the exorcism of wax

Eiael – An angel with dominion over the occult sciences and longevity. When Eiael is evoked the invocant

must recite the 4th verse of Psalm 36

Eirnilus – An angel with dominion over fruit. He serves also as one of the genii of the sixth hour

Eistibus – A genius of divination, one of the genii of the fourth hour

El Auria – Angel of flame and is equated with Ouriel or Uriel

El El – One of the angelic guards of the north wind

Elimiel – In Jewish cabala, the angel (spirit intelligence) of the moon

Eloa – A female angel said to have been born from a tear that Jesus shed

Enejie – An angel of the seal invoked in magical rites

Esme – Welsh: Gracious protector

Espiacent – An angel used in exorcism of wax for bringing about successful accomplishments of ones work. Psalms must be cited after rites of exorcism

Eth (Time) – An angelic power, a ministering angel, charged with seeing to it that “all events occur at their appointed time”

Eurabatres – An angel of the planet Venus

Ezgadi – An angel’s name used in conjuring rites for the successful completion of journeys

Fabriel – An angel serving in the 4th Heaven

Faith – One of the 3 theological virtues (with hope and charity) depicted as angels by the 15th century Florentine masters

Famiel – A Friday angel of the air. Famiel serves in the third heaven and is evoked from the south

Fanuel (Phanuel) – On of the 4 angels of the presence, as noted in Ezra IV, where Fanuel is said to be “Uriel under another aspect.” But see Ramiel, the Shepherd of Hermes, etc.

Farris – A governing angel of the 2nd hour of the night

Farun Faro Vakshur – In ancient Persian theogony, the protecting angel of mankind. Cf. Metatron in Judaeo-Christian occult lore, where he is often referred to as the “sustainer of mankind”

Farvardin – Angel of March (in ancient Persian lore). Farvardin also governed the 19th day of each month. He is called “one of the Cherubim”

Favashi – (Pravashi, Farohars, Ferouers, Fervers, Farchers)–in Zoroastrianism, the celestial prototype of all created beings, the guardian angels of believers. They possessed a dual character of nature: angels on the one hand and, on the other, beings with human qualities, attributes, and thoughts. They were the fravardin of the Zend-Avesta, “female genii dwelling in all things and protectors of mankind.” In Jacob Easserman’s novel Dr. Kerkhoven, the favashi are defined as “part of the human soul yet independent of the body. . . neither are they assigned to one and the same body; they may find themselves another body, provided it belongs to the pure”

Feluth [Silat]

Ferchers [Favashi]

Flaef – In the Cabala, an angelic luminary concerned with human sexuality

Flames – An order of angels, “one of the classes in Talmud and Targum,” says Volatire in his “Of Angels, Genii, and Devils.” Chief of the order is Melba who, in Buddist theogony, is identified with the Judaeo-Christian angel Michael

Flauros [Hauras]

Focalor (Forcalor, Furcalor) – Before he fell, Focalor was an angel of the order of thrones. This “fact” was proved after infinite research,” reports Spence in An Encyclopedia of Occultism. Focalor is a mighty duke in the demonic spirits. His special office or mission is to sink ships of war and slay men. After 1,000 years (or 1,500 years) he “hopes to return to the 7th Heaven,” as he confided to Solomon. When invoked, Forcalor manifests as a man with the wings of a griffin. Focalor is an anagram for Rofocale (q.v.)

Forcas (Foras, Forras, Furcas, Fourcas) – In occult lore it is not indicated what rank Forcas once held in the angelic hierarchy, or to what order he belonged; but he is a fallen angel; in Hell he is a renowned president or duke; and here he devotes his time to teaching rhetoric, logic, and mathematics. He can render people invisible; he knows also how to restore lost property

Forces – In the view of John of Damascus, forces constitues an angelic order sometimes identified as powers, sometimes as virtues or authorities. John of damascus places forces 3rd in the 2nd triad of the 9 choirs. their special duty is or was to govern earthly affairs

Forfax (Morax, Marax) – In Scot’s Discoverie of Witchcraft, a great earl and president of the underworld in command of 36 legions of spirits; he gives skill in astrinomy and liberal arts. He is also called Foraii. Manifest in the form of heifer. His sign is reproduced in Shah, The Secret Lore of Magic

Forneus – Before he fell, Forneus was of the order of thrones and partly also of the order of angels. In the underworld he is a great marquis, with 29 legions of infernal spirits ready to carry out his commands. In addition to teaching art, rhetoric, and all languages, he cause men to be loved by their enemies. It is said that he is involked, Forneus manifest in the form of a sea monster

Fourcas [Forcas]

Fraciel – A Tuesday angel of the 5th Heaven, involked from the north

Framoch – In Waite,The Lemegeton, an angel of the 7th hour of the night, under Mandrion

Fravardin [Favashi]

Fravashi [Favashi]

Fremiel – In de Albano, The Heptameron and Waite, The Lemegeton, an angel of the 4th hour of the night, serving under Jefischa.[Favashi]

Friagne – In occult texts generally, a Tuesday angel serving in the 5th Heaven and invoked from the east

Fromezin – An angel of the 2nd hour of the night under the command of Farris

Fromzon – Angel of the 3rd hour of the night

Fuleriel – An angel of the 6th hour of the night, serving under Zaazonash

Furlac – An angel of the earth

Furmiel – An angel of the 11th hour of the day, serving under Bariel

Fustiel – An angel of the 5th hour of the day, serving under Sazquiel

Futiniel – An angel of the 5th hour of the day, serving under Sazquiel

Gaap (Tap) – Once of the order of potentates (powers), now a fallen angel, Gaap serves, in Hell, as “a great president and a might prince.” As a King of the south, he rules 66 legions of infernal spirits

Gabamiah – In Solonic goetic rites, a great angel invoked by the use of the incantary power of the name of the angel Uriel Hebrew: Pet form of Gabriella, name of an angel

Gabi – Hebrew: Pet form of Gabriella, name of an angel

Gabriel (“God is My Strength”) – One of the two highest ranking angels. He is the angel of mercy, annunciation, resurrection, vengeance, death and revelation. He presides over paradise and is the ruling angel of the first heaven. This archangel is a primary messenger of God, bringing divine announcements and revelations to humankind, acting as an intermediary between heaven and earth and helping us to interpret our dreams and our visions. Gabriel grants wishes and hopes to mortals, as well as joy, mercy, understanding of mysteries, truth, justice, miracles and love. Essene prayer: “Gabriel, Angel of Life, enter my limbs and give strength to my whole body”

Gabuthelon – An angel whose name was revealed to Esdras as among the 9 who will govern “at the end of the world.” Apart from Gabuthelon, the others are: Michael, Gabriel, Uriel, Raphael, and Aker, Arphugitonos, Beburos, Zebuleon

Gadal – An angel invoked in magic rites, according to Waite, The Book of Ceremonial Magic

Gadamel [Hagiel]

Gader – In hechaloth lore (Ma’asseh Merkabah), an angelic guard stationed at the 4th angelic hall

Gadiel – A “most holy angel” invoked in goetic operations, as directed in Mathers, The Greater Key of Solomon, Gadiel is a resident of the 5th Heaven. Gadiel is one of numerous angelic guards of the gates of the South Wind. The fact that Gadiel’s name is found inscribed on an oriental charm (kamea) suggests that he must have been regarded as a power to protect the wearer against evil

Gadreel (Gadriel–Aramaic, “God is my helper”) – It was Gadreel who, reputedly, led Eve astray – which, if true, would make Gadreel rather than Satan the talking serpent and seducer in the Garden of Eden. Like Azazel, Gadreel made man familiar with the weapons of war

Gadriel – Chief ruling angel of the 5th Heaven in charge of wars among nations. [see Gadreel.] When a prayer ascends to Heaven, Gadriel crowns it, then accompanies it to the 6th Heaven. Galearii are the lowest ranking angels

Ga’ga – In hechaloth lore (Ma’asseh Merkabah), an angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall

Gaghiel – an angelic guard of the 6th Heaven

Galdel – A Tuesday angel resident of the 5th Heaven; he is to be invoked from the south

Galearii – (Army Servants) Galearii are the lowest ranking angels

Gale Raziya – One of the many names of the angel Metatron

Galgal(l)im (“sheres”) – A superior order of angels of a rank equal to the seraphim. The galgallim are called “the wheels of the Merkabah” and are equated with the order of Ophanim. There are 8 ruling angels in the order, with Galgiel or Rakbiel generally designated as chief. The galgalim share with the other Merkabah angels in their performance of the Celestial Song

Galgaliel – Eponymous head of the order of galgalim (chariots of the Merkabah); chief angel of the wheel of the sun.

Galizur – (Hebrew, “revealer of the rock”–Gallitzur, Gallizur, Raziel, Raguil, Akrasiel) – One of the great angels in Talmudic lore whom Moses encountered in Heaven, as related by Simon ben Lakish. It was Galizur, “surnamed Raziel,’ who is reputed to have given Adam The Book of the Angel Raziel. He is a ruling prince of the 2nd Heaven and an expounder of the Torah’s divine wisdom. “He spreads his wings over the hayyoth lest their fiery breath consume the ministering angels”

Gallizur [Galizur]

Galmon – In hechaloth lore (Ma’asseh Merkabah), an angelic guard stationed at the 4th heavenly hall

Gamaliel – (Hebrew, “recompense of God”) – In the cabala and gnostic writings, one of the great acons and luminaries, a beneficient spirit associated with Gabriel, Abraxas, Mikhar, and Samlo. However, Levi rates Hamaliel, as evil, “an adversary of the cherubim” serving under Lilith (who is the demon of debauchery). In the Revelation of Adam to His Son Seth (a Coptic apocalypse), Gamaliel is one of the high, holy celestial poers whose mission is “to draw the elect up to Heaven

Gambiel – Ruler of the zodiac sign of Aquarius, as cited in Camfield, A Theological Discourse of Angels. He is also mention in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses as a zodiacal angel

Gambriel – One of the guardian angels of the 5th Heaven

Gamerin – In ceremonial magical rites, an angel called in for special service, according to Waite, The Ceremonial Book of Magic. The name Gamerin should be engraved on the Sword of the Art, before the start of the conjuring rite

Gamidoi – A “most holy angel” of the 1st hour of the night

Gamiel – Sipreme ruling angel of the 1st hour of the night

Gamorin Debabbin (Gamerin) – An angel invoked in the conjuration of the Sword

Gamrial – One of the 64 angel wardens of the 7 celestial halls

Gamsiel – Angel of the 8th hour of the night, serving under Narcoriel

Ganael – One of the 7 planetary rulers (Electrons) serving under the joint rule of the angels Apudiel and Camael

Gardon – An angel invoked in the benediction of the Salt, according to Mathers

Garfiel (Garfiel) – One of the guardians of the 5th Heaven

Gargatel – One of the three angel’s of summer. He acts in association with Tariel and Gaviek

Gariel – An angel of the order of shinanim, according to Hayim Haziz, “The Seraph,” The Literary Review, Spring 1958.

In Hechalotgh Rabbati, Gariel is and angelic Guard of the 5th Heaven

Garthiel – Chief officer angel of the 1st hour of the night, serving under Gamiel

Garshanal – An angelic name found inscribed on an ornamental charm (kamea) for warding off evil

Gaspard – A spirit invoked in magical rites to procure to the the invocant a lady’s garter

Gastrion – An angel of the 8th hour of the night, serving under Narcoriel

Gat(h)tiel – One of the angelic guards of the 5th Heaven

Gauriil Ishliha – A Talmudic angel who presides over the east. His duty is to see to it that the sun rises every

morning at the right time. Gauriil also appears in Mandaean lore and corresponds to the Zoroastrian Sraosha or

to the Hebrew Gabriel

Gaviel – With Gargatel and Tariel, Gaviel serves as one of the 3 angels of the summer

Gavreel (Gavriel) – A variant for Gabriel used by the Ethiopian Hebrew Rabbinical College of the Black Jews of

harlem (New York). To this sect there are 4 cardinal angels (of whom Gavreel is one) and they are to be invoked for

the curing of disease, the restoring of sight, turning enemies into friends, and “keeping the invocant from going crazy

in the night.” The other 3 cardinal angels are Micharel (for Michael), Owreel (for Uriel), and Rafarel (for Raphael).

Gavreel is one of the numerous angelic guards of the gates of the East Wind. In hechaloth lore (Ma’asseh Merkabah),

he is an angelic guard stationed either at the 2nd or 4th heavenly hall

Gazardiel – An angel who holds dominion over the rising sun, we pray to this illuminated one for the promise of

new beginnings, innocence, renewal, awakening and enlightenment. Face the rising sun in the morning and pray to

this angel for these spirit gifts and attributes

Gazarniel – An angel of “flame of fire” who sought to oppose and wound Moses at the time that the Lawgiver visited

Heaven. Moses routed Gazarniel, we are told, “by pronouncing the Holy Name consisting of 12 letters”

Gazriel – one of 7o childbed amulet angels

Gdiel [Gediel]

Geal – Ang angel of the 4th altitude

Gebril – An angel involked in conjuring rites

Geburael (Geburah) – A sefira of the Briatic world. who figures frequently in cabalistic conjuring operations. In

The Ancient’s Book of Magic, Geburah or Geburael (meaning strength) is equated with Gamaliel and it is said that

the influence of Elohi (God) “penetrates the angel Geburah (or Gamaliel) and descends through the shere of

[the planet] Mars”

Geburah or Geburael (“devine power or strength”) – An angel who is the upholder of the left hand of God.

In occult works, Geburah is usally listed as 5th of the 10 holy sefiroth (devine emanations). He is also the order of

Serphim. Identified variously as Gamaliel, Khamuel (Camael) and, in Isaac ha-Cohen of Soria’s text, as Geviririon

Geburathiel – The angel of gegurah. In 3 Enoch ((the Hebrew Enoch), Geburat(h)iel is one of the great angel princes

representing ” the divine strength, might, and power.” He is the chief steward of the 4th hall in the 7th Heaven

Gedael (Giadaiyal, “fortune of God”) – In Enoch I Gedael is an angel of one of the seasons. Cornelius Agrippa

cites Gedael (Gediel) as a governing angel of the zodiac

Gedariah – A supervising chief angel of the 3rd Heaven. He ministers three times a day; he bows to prayers

ascending from the second heaven, crowns such prayers, then transmits them for further ascent

Gedemel – a spiit of Venus, of which planet the angel Hagiel is the presiding intelligence, according to Patacelus

in his doctrine of Talismans

Gediel (Gdiel) – Is one of the chief princes in the 4th chora or altitude. In An angel invoked din conjuring rites

Gedobonai – An angel of the chora or altitude invoked in magical prayer

Gedudiel – In hechaloth lore (Ma’asseh Markabah), an angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall

Gedudim – A class of angels of the Song-Uttering Choirs under the leadership of Tagas

Gedulael – One of the sefiroth (divine emanations) involked in cabalistic rites

Gehatsita – In hechaloth lore (Ma’asseh Merkabah), an angelic guard stationed at the 5th heavenly hall

Gehegiel – An angel guard of the 6th Heaven

Gehirael – In hechaloth lore (Ma’asseh Merkbabah), an angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall

Gehorey – In hechaloth lore (Ma’asseh Merkbabah), an angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall

Gehoriel – In hechaloth lore (Ma’asseh Merkbabah), an angelic guard stationed at the 1st heavenly hall

Gehuel – In hechaloth lore (Ma’asseh Merkbabah), an angelic guard stationed at the 6th heavenly hall

Geliel – One of the 28 angels governing the 28 mansions of the moon

Gelomiros – An angel of the 3rd chora or altitude involked in magical prayer, as set forth in The Almadel of Solomon.

Geminiel – On of th governing angels of the zodiac

Gemmut – Is an archon who serves under the rulership of Kalapatauroth (who causes all icons and all destinies to resolve).

Genaritzod – A chief officer-angel of the 7th hour of the night, serving under Mendrion

Genii of Fire – In occultism, there are 3 genii of fire: Anael, king of astral light; Michael, king of the sun; and Sammael,

king of volcanoes. An angel of the order of powers

Genius (pl. genii) – Another name for angel or spirit or intelligence and “administer justice to the wicked, and

suffering to the righteous”

Geno – An angel of the order of powers

Genon – An angel of the second chora or altitude involked in magical prayers

Gereimon – Like Genon, an angel of the 2nd chora

Gergot – In hechaloth lore (Ma’asseh Merkabah), and angelic guard stationed at the 6th heavenly hall

Germael (“majesty of God”) – An angel sent by God to create Adam from the dust–a mission also ascribed to Gabriel

Geron – Like Genon and Gereimon (q.v.), one of the angel of the 2nd chora or altitude involked in magical prayer

Geroskesufael – in hechaloth lore (Ma’asseh Merkabah), an angelic guard stationed at the 7th heavenly hall

Gerviel (Cerviel) – In Jewish cabal, the preceptor angel of King Davis. As Cerviel, this angel is chief of the order

of principalities (clohim), sharing the post with Haniiel, Nisroc, and others

Gethel – An angel set over hidden things

Geviririon – An angel symbolizing or personifying geburah (fear or strength), Gerviririon ranks 5th of the 10 holy sefiroth

Geviriyah – One of the many names of the angel Metatron

Gezardia [Gazardiel]

Gezuriya – In Malache Elyon, an angel of the order of powers; he is a guard of one of the celestial halls (hechaloth)

and ruler over 6 other angels, among them the angel of the sun, Gazatdiya

Gheoriah – An angel of the order of powers

Giatiyah – One of the many names of the angel Metatron

Gibborim (“mighty ones”) – An order of angels of the Song-Uttering Choirs under the leadership of Tagas.

“They are the might ones. . .men of name. ” The gibborim are generally regarded as evil

Gidaijal (Gedael–“fortune of God”) – A luminary of the seasons, as listed in Enoch I. He is the leader of the heads

of thousands

Giel – The angel with dominion over the zodiac sign Gemini

Gippuyel – One of the many names for the angel Metatron

Glaras – An angel of the 1st hour of the night, serving under Gamiel

Glauron or Glaura – A beneficent spirit of the air, invoked from the North

Glmarij – An angel of the third hour of the day

Gmial – One of the 64 wardens of the 7 celestial halls

Goap – Formerly an angel of the order of powers; now fallen and in Hell. Goap is one of the infernal regions’ 11

presidents. He is also known as Gaap and tap

Golab (“incendiaries”) – one of the adversaries of the seraphim, one of the 10 unholy sefiroth “whose cortex is Uriel.”

Golab has also been denoted a spirit of wrath and sedition, operating under hisa chief, Sammael the Black

Golandes – An angel invoked in the exorcism of Wax

Gonael – One of the numerous guards of the gates of the North Wind

Gonfalons – order of angel in the celestial hierarchy. Rafael speaks of “Standards and ganfalons” who “for the

distinction serve/Of hierarchies, of Orders, and Degrees”

Gorfiniel – An angelic guard of the 7th Heaven

Gorson or Gorsou [Gurson]

Gotzone (goh-tsoh-nee) – Basque: Angel, messenger

Gradhiel [Gradiel]

Gradiel (Gradhiel, Graphiel–“might of God”) – intelligence (angel) of the planet Mars when this luminary enters

the signs of the Ram and Scorpio. gradiel’s corresponding angel (for Mars) is Bartyabel (q.v.)

Graniel – An angel of the 2nd hour, serving under Anael

Granozin – An angel of the 2nd hour of the night, serving under Farris

Graphathas – “One of the 9 angels that run together throughout the heavenly and earthly places,” where the names

of the 9 angels are revealed by Beliar to Bartholomew

Graphiel (Gradiel) – A spirit in cabalistic enumerations answering to Babriel, according to Forlong,

Encyclopedia of Religions

Grasbarben – with Hadkiel, Grasgarben governs the sign of Libra

Grial (Griel) – A guardian angel of the 5th Heaven; also one of the 70 childbed amulet angels

Griel [see Grial]

Grogori (egoroi, egregori,”watchers”) – In Jewish legendary lore, the grigori are a superior order of angels in both

the 2nd and 5th Heaven (depending on whether they are the holy or unholy ones). They resemble men in appearance,

but are taller than giants, and are eternally silent. Ruling prince of the order is Salamiel “who rejected the Lord”

Guabarel – An angel of autumn. In addition to Guabearel, another angel cited in occult lore as governing autumn is

tarquam (q.v.)

Guael (Guel) – An angel of the 5th Heaven ruling on Tuesday, Guael is invoked from the east

Gulacoc – An angel of the Seal, used for conjuring

Gulahab – 5th of the 10 unholy sefiroth, as noted in Moses de Burgos’ text

Gurid – A summer equinox angel. Effective when invoked as an amulet against the evil eye

Guriel (“whelp of God”) – one of the angel ruling the zodiacal sign of Leo

Gurson – (Gorson or Gorsoyu) – one of the routed forces under Lucifer, now serving in the nether regions as king of the south

Guth – One of the angelic soldiers of the planet Jupiter

Gutrix – In occultism, a Thursday angel of the air, ministering to Suth, chief of these angels, all of whom are subject

in turn to the South Wind. Acting with Gutrix is Maguth, who likewise ministers to Suth

Guziel – In M. Gaster, The Sword of Moses, an evel angel summoned in incantation rites against an enemy.

Gvurtial – An angelic guard of one of the great halls (or Places) of the 4th Heaven

Gzrel – In Tracthenberg, Jewish Magic Supersition, an angel involked to countermand evel decrees. The word

Gzriel is part of a 42-letter name of God

Haael – One of the 72 angels of the zodiac

Haaaiah – An angel of the order of dominations. Haaiah rules over diplimacy and ambassadors,

and is one of the 72 angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae, Haaiah sigil is reproduced in Ambelain, La Kabbale Pratique

Haamiah – An angelic of the order of powers. Haamiah dominates religious cults and “protects all those who seel the truth”

Haarez – An angel of the Seal, as noted in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses

Haatan – A genius wh conceals treasures, according to Apollonius of Tyana, The Nuctecemeron

Habbiel (Habiel) – A Monday angel of the first heaven. An angel who is appealed to for loyal love and romance, invoked in love charms

Habriel – An angel of the order of powers, summoned in conjuring rites

Habudiel – In ocultism, an angel of the Lord’s Day, resident of the 4th Heaven. He is invoked from the south

Habu(h)iah – An angel who exercises dominion over agriculture and fecundity. Habuhiah is one of the

72 angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae

Hachashel – One of the 72 angels of the zodiac

Hadakiel – He governs the sign of Libra

Hadar – “The superior Benignity” anoceived of by cabalists as a sefira

Hadariel [Hadraniel]

Hadariron – An archon named in lesser hechloth lore and in the Alphabet of Rabbi Akiba

Hadarmiel – A holy angel named in Mathers, The Great Key of Solomon

Hadarniel [Hadraniekl]

Hadasdagedoy – In hechaloth lore (Ma’asseh Merkabah), an angelic guard of the 6th heavenly hall

Hadraniel (Hadarniel, Hadariel, Hadriel–majesty of God”) – A porter angel stationed at the 2nd gate in Heaven (according to one view). He is taller than Kamuel “by 60 myriads of parasangs” but shorter than Sandalphon “by a 500 years’ journey.” In gnosticism Hadraniel, great as he is, is “only one of the 7 suborndinates to Jehudiel, prince of fire.” As Hadriel, he serves among the numerous angelic guards of the gates of the East Wind. In Sefer ha-Heshek he is also one of the 72 names (actually more than 100) of Metatron. In 3 Enoch, Odeberg holds that it is possible for Hadraniel to be identified with Metatron and that he has indeed so identified in apocalyptic literature

Hadriel (Hadraniel) – Equate with Pusiel in Revelation of Rabbi Joshua Ben Levi

Hadrion – A variant form of Hadariron

Haduriel – In hechaloth lore (Ma’asseh Merkabah), an angelic guard stationed at the 6th heavenly hall

Hadiririon – “The beloved angel of God,” who may be involked in ritual magic rites

Hadiya(hay-dee-yah) – Arabic: Guide to righteousness; gift

Hafaza – In Muslim lore, a term denoting angels, The hafaza constitute a special class, are 4 in number, and “protect man from jinn, men and Satans.” On these 4 angels devolves the duty of writing down the actions of mortals

Hafkiel – In Montgomery, Aramaic Incantation Texts from Nippur, and angel involked in the exorcism of demons

Hagai – In hechaloth lore (Ma’asseh Merkabah), an angelic guard stationed at the 5th heavenly hall

Hagedola – An angel of The Seal, invoked in ceremonial rites

Haggai – a minor Hebrew prophet called “God’s messenger or angel”

Haggo – An angel of the Seal who could be summoned in conjuring rites, like Hagedola

Hagiel – The intelligence of Venus when that planet enters the signs of Taurus and libra. Hagaiel’s cabalistic number is 49. His corresponding angel, the spirit ruler of Venus, is Gadamel

Hagios – The name of a great, or one of the secret names of God

Halon – Angel of the 3rd hour of the night, serving under Sarquamich

Hahael (Hahahel) – An angel of the order of virtues. Hahael protects Christian missionaries and all disciples of Christ: he is also one of the 72 angels that bear the name of God Shemhamphorae. His corresponding angel (in occult lore) is Chartare

Hahahel [Hahael]

Hahaiah – An angel of the order of Cheribum. He influences thoughts and reveals hidden mysteries to mortals

Hakamiah – One of the cherubim (invoked against traitors) and a guardian of France

Hakem – An angelic guard stationed at the fourth heavenly hall

Halacho – A genius of sympathies and a genii of he 11th hour

Halliza – The name of the angel appearing on the eternal circle of the pentagram of Solomon

Haludiel – An angel of the 4th heaven invoked on the Lord’s Day, with the invocant facing south. Haludiel is also an intelligence of the sun

Hamied (Miracles) – The glorious angel of miracles. He is such a dazzling white that you can only see his incredible eyes shining through. As you feel his presence enfold you, open your heart to receive his gift of intense love

Haniel (Anael) – Chief of the orders of principalities and virtues; one of the 7 archangels; governor of December, reputed to have transported Enoch to heaven

Hannuel – An angel who has dominion over the sign of Capricorn

Hantiel – An angel of the 3rd hour of the day

Harahel – This radiant one protects libraries, archives, schools and universities. Harahel opens our minds and hearts to new ideas while inspiring humankind to use this knowledge in life-affirming ways

Harudha – A female angel who rules the element of water

Harviel – An angelic guard stationed at the second heavenly hall

Hasmed – Angel of annihilation and one of the five angels of punishment that Moses encountered in heaven

Hasmodia – A spirit of the moon, invoked in talismanic magic

Haven – One of the 12 genii who preside over the 12 hours of the day. Haven is the genius of dignity

Hayyel – Protects wild animals along with Thuriel, Mtniel and Jehiel. Pray to them to protect animals from extinction. Hayyel teaches humankind that just as the angels protect us, so were we created to protect nature. Pray to this angel to inspire humans to become the stewards of all nature that we are meant to be

He’el – Ruler of the seasons of the year

Heiglot – An angel of snow storms. Ruler of the first hour

Helemmelek – An angel governing one of the seasons. The name is said to be an inversion of Milkiel

Helison – One of the five angels of the first altitude. The other four being Alimiel, Gabriel, Barachiel and Lebes. When invoked Helison appears carrying a banner adorned with crimson cross, crowned with roses

Hismael – The spirit of the planet Jupiter

Hizkiel – One of the numerous guards at the gate of the North Wind

Hngel – Angel of the summer equinox and effective against the evil eye

Hodniel – An angel reputed to have the power of curing stupidity in man

Hormuz – An angel in charge of the first day of the month

Humastrav – A Monday angel, invoked from the north. Humastrav is said to reside in the first heaven

Husael – An angel serving in the third heaven

Hypezokos (Flower Of Fire) – One of the “effiable, essential and elemental orders” in the Chaldean cosmological scheme

Iacoajul – Angel of the 11th Hour of the night

Iadara – An angel governing the sign of Virgo

Iahhel – This shining one inspires meditation and illumination. Iahhel watches over philosophers and those who seek a retreat from worldly pursuits. For those who have difficulty meditating, pray to Iahhel for help just before you begin your meditative practice

Iahmel – An angel with dominion over the air

Iax – An angel, if invoked who can thwart stomach trouble and the emotion envy

Iciriel – One of the 28 angels ruling the 28 mansions of the moon

Idrael – An angelic guard of the fifth heavenly hall

Iedidiel – An angel summoned up in ritual invocation

In Hii – One of the angels of the North Star

Iofiel (Yofiel, Zophiel) – Preceptor angel of Shem, a prince of the Torah (like Yefefiah); one of the 7 archangels; chief of the order of thrones

Irel – An angel resident of the 5th heaven. He rules Tuesday and is invoked from the west

Irin (Watchers or Holy Watchers) – Twin angels residing in the sixth heaven. The Irin, together with the twin Qaddisin, constitute the supreme judgment council of the heavenly court. They are among the eight exalted hierarchs that enjoy a rank superior to that of Metatron, (who is considered of the greatest angels serving God). According to Daniel 4:17 the Irin are watchers. It is said that “each of the Irin is equal to the rest of the angels and princes put together”

Ismoli – A ministering angel. Ruler of the angels of the air operating on Monday

Israfel (Music) – This angel of music inspires people to sing, play musical instruments and compose music. Pray to him to increase talent in this area. He also encourages renewal, resurrection and regeneration. Though all angels sing mighty praises to God, there is a special order consecrated to bringing us the music of the Spheres. Angels speak from the mind and sing from the heart, not as we do through vocal cords

Itkal – As an angel who presides over cooperation and affection, we appeal to Itkal to create harmonious relationships between people

Itqal – An angel of affection. Evoked in cases of dissension among human beings

Jael – One of the twin Cherubim on the Mercy Seat of the Ark of the Covenant, the other cherub being Zarall. Jael is an angel governing the sign of Libra

Janiel – Angel of the fifth Heaven, ruling on Tuesday and subject to the East Wind

Jariel – An angel of divine face or presence. A variant form of Rziel, Suriel or Sariel

Jazar – A genius who “compels love”. Also of the 7th hour of the day

Jeduthun or Jeduthum (Praising or Judgement) – He is lord of the evening choirs in heaven. As the master of howling, he leads myriads, (1,550) of angels in chanting hymns of praise of God at the close of each day. The leader of the “Lords of shouting”, “all singing glory to the lord.” It is said that at dawn, because of chanting of the lords of shouting, judgment is lightened and the world is blessed

Jehoel (Jaoel) – Mediator of the ineffable name; prince of the presence

Jeliel – A seraph whose name is inscribed on the tree of life. He is the heavenly prince ruler of Turkey. He controls the destiny of kings and other high dignitaries and gives the palm of victory for those who are unjustly attacked or invaded. In addition he inspires passion between the sexes and insures marital fidelity

Jerazol – An angel of power mentioned in cabalistic works. He is invoked in conjuring rites

Jeu – Jeu is the great angel, overseer of light and arranger of the cosmos. He is one of the 3 great powers on high. Occupying the right place on God’s side with Propator on God’s left

Jophiel (Creative Power) – Teaches our consciousness to discover the Light within

Joustriel – Angel of the 6th hour of the day

Jukar – A prince over all the angels, according to Mathers

Kabniel – An angel invoked to cure stupidity

Kabshiel – An angel who, when conjured up and agreeable with the invocant confers grace and power

Kadi(el) – A Friday angel invoked from the west and serving in the third heaven

Kamali – Rhodesian: Spirit Protector

Karoz – Karoz are “reporter angels

Katzfiel – An angelic Prince of the sword and guard of the sixth heaven. Katfiel’s sword emits lightening

Kfial – One of the 64 angel wardens of the seven celestial halls

Kokaviel – The name of the angel found inscribed on the third pentacle of the planet Mercury

Kutiel – An angel invoked in connection with using divining rods

Kyriel – One of the 28 angels governing the 28 mansions of the moon

Kabniel – An angel invoked to cure stupidity

Kabshiel – An angel who, when conjured up and agreeable with the invocant confers grace and power

Kadi(el) – A Friday angel invoked from the west and serving in the third heaven

Kamali – Rhodesian: Spirit Protector

Karoz – Karoz are “reporter angels”

Katzfiel – An angelic Prince of the sword and guard of the sixth heaven. Katfiel’s sword emits lightening

Kfial – One of the 64 angel wardens of the seven celestial halls

Kokaviel – The name of the angel found inscribed on the third pentacle of the planet Mercury

Kutiel – An angel invoked in connection with using divining rods

Kyriel – One of the 28 angels governing the 28 mansions of the moon

Labezerin – The spirit of success. He serves in the second hour of the day

Lamach – An angel who exercises dominion over the planet Mars

Larzod – One of the “glorious and benevolent angels” invoked in Solomonic conjuring rites for imparting to the invocant some of the wisdom of the Creator

Lazai – An angel invoked in the exorcism of fire

Lelahel – An angel of the zodiac exercising dominion over love, art, science and fortune We appeal to this being of light for good luck and good fortune

Leliel – One of the angelic rulers of the night

Lepha – Angel of the seal

Little Lao – One of the many names given to Metatron

Liwet – This angel presides over vanguard ideas and inventions. He is especially protective of mortals who have original ideas and thoughts, and is also very encouraging of individuality and uniqueness

Logos – The oldest angel

Luel – An angel invoked in connection with the use of diving rods

Mach – An angel called up in Solomonic conjuring rites to render the invocant invisible

Madan – An angel the exercises dominion over the planet Mercury

Mador – An angel stationed at the fourth heavenly hall

Mael – A ruling Archangel of the water. He is also one of the intelligences of the planet Saturn and is a Monday angel of the first Heaven. He may be invoked from the North

Mahariel (Swift) – An angel of Paradise stationed at the first portal. He provides new souls for the purified ones

Mahzian – A spirit who bestows sight

Maion – An angel with dominion over the planet Saturn

Maktiel – An angel with dominion over trees

Malaika (mah-lah-ee-kah) – Kiswahili: Angel

Maltiel – A Friday angel resident in the third heaven and invoked from the West. He is also one of the intelligence’s of the planet Jupiter. Maltiel is the preceptor angel of Elijah and serves as one of the numerous guards of the West wind

Manakel – Angel of aquatic animals

Manu – Angel of fate

Maroch – An angel of the 5th hour of the day

Mastho – Is a genius of delusive appearances. He is one of the spirits of the tenth hour

Mebahiah – An angel who exercises dominion over morality and religion. He also helps those desiring offspring

Mehiel – An angel who protects university professors, orators and authors

Melek/Melik – Turkish: Angel

Melioth – One of nine angels that run together throughout heavenly and earthly places

Melkajal – Angelic ruler of March

Memuneh (Appointed one) – A deputy angel, a dispensr of dreams. It is said through the Memuneh, the Universe operates

Mercury – The angel of progress

Meriarijim – A chief officer-angel of the night

Messiach – An angel invoked in magical operations in connection with the invocation of water and hyssop. The invocant is advised to recite the versicles of the Psalms 6, 67, 64 and 102

Metatron – Chancellor of heaven, prince of the ministering angels. He is charged with the sustenance of mankind. He has been known as the link between the human and the divine. The angel who wrestled with Jacob. (Genesis 32), As the watchman (Isaiah 20) Also see Exodus 23:20 for this refers to Metratron as well. Metatron, according to the cabala is the angel said to have lead the children of Israel through the wilderness. His female equivalent is Shekinah. His twin brother is Sandalphon. After arriving in heaven he was transformed into a spirit of fire and equipped with 36 pairs of wings as well as innumerable eyes. He resides in the 7th heaven and when evoked appears as a pillar of fire said to be more dazzling than the sun. He has many other names that he is called by. He has also been credited with the authorship of Psalms 37:25. He is the supreme angel of death to whom God gives daily orders as to the souls to be taken. He then delegates these orders to his subordinates, Gabriel and Sammael. Metatron is considered by some to be mightier than Michael or Gabriel. Metatron is the teacher of prematurely dead children in Paradise

Micah (Divine Plan) – Watches over spiritual evolution, seeking every opportunity to reveal the next steps of your life purpose

Michael – Chief angel, deliverer of the faithful, tutelary prince of Israel. An angel who grants miracles, fosters mercy, repentance, truth, sanctification, blessing, immortality, patience and love to human-kind. This archangel is protective of those who are just and good. Angel of insomnia. He strengthens our spirits in difficult times. Pray to Michael for these gifts and virtues. Essene prayer: “Michael, Angel of Earth, enter my generative organs and regenerate my whole body”

Midael – A chief and Captain in the celestial army. An angel of the order of warriors

Mihr – An angel presiding over the month of September and the 16th day of the month. Mihr watches over friendship and love

Miniel – A great angel whose chief virtue is that he can, when invoked, induce love in an otherwise cold and reluctant maiden. For best results he must be invoked while the invocant is facing south

Mirthra – He rises from paradise in the great East, has 1,000.00 ears and 10,000.00 eyes. He is also called the god of light and in heaven assigns places to the souls of the just

Mizan – An angel invoked in Arabic incantation rites

Mizgitari – The genius of eagles. And he serves the seventh hour of the day

Moakkibat – In Muslim religion Moakkibat is the recording angel. He writes down men’s activities

Modiniel – One of the spirits of the planet Mars

Morael – An Angel of awe or fear. He rules over August and September. He has the power of making everything invisible

Mordad – Angel of death, according to Persian point of view

Mqttro – An angel that ministers to the son of man

Mumiah – This angel presides over the sciences of medicine and physics. Mumiah is traditionally believed to grant health and longevity, as well as being able to suspend physical laws to create miracles

Munkir and Nakir – According to the Islam tradition there are the angels, Munkar and Nakir, who question the person in the grave. They visit the tombs of those who have recently died. They are to determine where the deceased will go, to Paradise or to Hell. They ask questions regarding the religious beliefs of the individual, and also their good and evil deeds on earth. The good are shown what life will be like in Heaven. The bad are shown the torments of Hell

Mupiel (Out of the Mouth of God) – An angel invoked for obtaining a good memory and an open heart

Murdad – Angel of July and he also governs the seventh day of the month. Murdad is sometimes equated with the angel Azrael. (He separates the soul from the body at death)

Murmur- (Murmus) – before he turned into a fallen angel, Murmur was partly of the order of thrones and of the order of angels. This “fact was proved after infinite research,” reports Spence in An Encyclopedia of Occultism,” p. 119. In Hell, Murmur is considered a great duke with 30 legions of infernal spirits attending him. He manifests in the form of a warrior astride a gryphon, with a dual crown upon his head. He teaches philosophy and constrains the souls of the dead to appear before him for the answering of questions. He sigil is shown in Waite, The Book of Black Magic and of Pacts, p. 182

Muriel – Latin: Angel of June

Mutuol – An angel invoked in the consecration of Pen & Ink, a powerful device for the binding of evil spirits, or the exorcising of them

Naadame – Prince over all the angels and Caesars

Nafriel – An angelic guard of the gates of the South Wind

Nahaliel – Angel over rivers

Nakir and Munkir – According to the Islam tradition there are the angels, Nakir and Munkir, who question the person in the grave, They visit the tombs of those who have recently died. They are to determine where the deceased will go, to Paradise or to Hell. They ask questions regarding the religious beliefs of the individual, and also their good and evil deeds on earth. The good are shown what life will be like in Heaven. The bad are shown the torments of Hell

Naoutha – Angel if the Southwest

Nariel – governs the South Wind. He is also the ruler of the noonday winds

Narsinha – A man-lion avatar. He is lord of heroism

Natiel – An angel with the power to ward off evil who’s name was found in the charm called kamea

Nehinah – An angel invoked in necromantic operations

Nemamiah – This sacred being is a guardian angel of all those who fight for just causes. He is especially protective towards people who defend the rights of those who cannot defend themselves, such as animals and children. When an injustice is done towards anyone, including ourselves, we can pray to Nemamiah to right the wrong.

Neria – Hebrew: Lamp of god, angel

Neriel – One of the 28 angels who govern one of the 28 mansions of the moon

Nesanel – Along with the angels Meachuel and Gabril, is summoned to free or purge the invocant of all sin

Nisroc (Freedom) – Known as “the great eagle.” His flight into the Heavens is the symbol of freedom. On the physical plane, there is freedom to travel where you want & be safe from harm, to be able to say what you feel and make choices for yourself. As you go deeper into your awareness, freedom becomes the ability to feel the unconditional love for the Eternal

Nithaiah – A poet angel of the order of dominations. He is invoked by pronouncing any of the divine names along with the 1st verse of Psalm 9. He is in charge of occult sciences, delivers prophecies in rhyme, and exercises influence over wise men who love peace and solitude

Nitika – A genius of precious stones and he presides over the 6th hour of the day

Noaphiel – An angel whose name is inscribed in Hebrew characters on the fifth pentacle of the planet Saturn. In conjuring Noaphiel, the invocant is advised (for best results) to recite a versicle from Deuteronomy 10

Novensiles – The nine great dieties who control thunderbolts! Tina, Cupra, Menrva, Summanus, Vejovis, Sethlans, Mars, Mantus and Ercle. They are angels who watch over the renewing of things and they have the power to wield thunderbolts

Och – Angel of the sun. Och gives the invocant 600 years of perfect health. (If they live that long) He is also the ruler of 28 of the 96 Olympian provinces into which heaven is divided. He is a mineralogist and cited as the “prince of alchemy”

Oertha – An angel of the north. “He hath a torch of fire and putteth it to his sides, and they warm the great coldness of him so that he freeze not the world”

Olinda – Old German: Protector of property

Omael – An angel who multiplies species, perpetuates races and influences chemists. There is some question as to whether Omael is a fallen or upright angel. Data available suggests he seems to operate in both domains

Omniel – This being of light grants to mortals the ability to experience a feeling of oneness with all life We pray to Omniel to lift the veil of illusion that keeps us separate from other living beings. When this veil lifts we find that the concept of doing to others as we would do to ourselves becomes real, for we truly are all one

Omophorus – A world supporting angel. He carries the earth on his shoulders, like atlas

Onayepheton – The name of a spirit by which God will summon the dead and raise them to life again

Onzo – “A fair angel of God” invoked in the exorcism of wax

Opiel – An angel who aids individuals in obtaining the love of a desired one. His name can be found written on Aramaic love charms

Oranir – Chief Prince of the nine angels of the Summer Equinox and effective against the evil eye

Oriares – The angel governing the season of winter

Oriel (Auriel, Light of God) – Old French: Golden, Angel of Destiny. He is one of 70 childbed amulet angels. Ruler of the tenth hour of the day and he is called the angel of destiny

Osael – A cherub summoned in ceremonial magic

Osgaebial – An angelic ruler of the 8th hour, he commands “a great cloud of attending spirits”

Otheos – A most holy Angel invoked for discovering treasure

Ouestucati – A female angel who brings the sea wind

Oul – A special aid angel to Dalquiel in the third Heaven

Oumriel – Angel of service residing in the fourth heaven

Pagiel – An angel petitioned in ritual prayer for the fulfillment of the invocant’s desires

Pahaliah – An angel invoked to convert non-Christians to Christianity. He rules theology and morals

Pancia – A “most pure angel” invoked in ceremonial magic, specifically in the conjuring of the sword

Parasiel – An angelic name inscribed in Hebrew characters on the first pantacle of the planet Jupiter, Parasiel is lord and master of treasures

Paschar (Vision) – Guards the veil between our world and the heavens, between consciousness and unconsciousness, between awareness and illusion

Patteny – A ministering angel summoned in cabalistic rites

Penat – A Friday angel, residing in the third heaven and one of the intelligence’s of Venus

Pendroz – An angel of the seventh hour

Permaz – An angel of the second hour of the night

Pesagniyah – A supervisory angel of the south in charge of the keys to ethereal places. When prayers of persons in deep sorrow ascend, Pesagniyah kisses such prayers and accompanies them to a higher region

Pethel – A “most holy angel” invoked in magical rites at the close of the Sabbath

Phaiar – An angel invoked in the conjuring of the reed

Phakiel – He controls the sign of Cancer in the zodiac

Phaldor – An angel of oracles

Phanuel (Raguel) (Hope) – Archangel of penance, prince of the presence, angel of hope, and holds the devil in his power. Hope is a feeling of trust & a desire for good, accompanied by the assumption that your desire is attainable. Identified with Uriel and Ramiel

Pharniel – Angel over the 12th hour of the day

Phatiel – Angel of the Fifth hour of the night

Phi-Re – One of the seven planetary archangels and head of the order of virtues

Phul – Lord of the moon, ruler of the seven Olympian Provinces. As a Monday angel, Phul is to be invoked only on Monday. Phul is called “Lord of the powers of the moon and supreme Lord of the waters”

Poiel – An angel of the order of principalities. He rules over fortune and philosophy. He also is one of the 72 angels of the zodiac

Porna – A Friday angel serving in the third heaven invoked from the south

Presnostix – An angel of the sixth hour of the night

Pruel – An angelic guard of the gates of the South Wind

Prukiel – An angel invoked in Syriac charms along with other spellbinding angels

Psychopompoi – Soul-escorting angels who accompany souls after bodily death toward their heavenly abode Michael, Elijah & Sandalphon are also regarded as guides of the Psychopompoi

Qaddis/Qaddisin (Holy Ones) – Twin angels who, with the Twin Irin, constitute the supreme judgment council of the heavenly court

Qadosch – An angel invoked in the conjuring of ink and colors

Qafsiel – An angel with dominion over the moon. He is the guardian of the seventh heavenly hall. In ancient Hebrew magic he is invoked to drive away enemies by tying the charm, written in bird’s blood, to the foot or wing of a dove and then bidding it to fly away. If it flies away, that is a sign that the enemy is also in flight

Qamiel – An angelic guard of the South wind

Qaniel – One of the numerous angelic guards of the South Wind

Queen Of The Angels – In Catholicism, the Virgin Mary. In the Cabala, the Shekinah. In Gnosticism, the Pistis Sophia.

Quelamia One – of the seven exalted throne angels residing in the first heaven

Ra’asiel X – Ra’ asiel X is an angel invoked in ritual magic

Radueriel (Vretil) – The heavenly register and recording angel, leader of the celestial choirs, creator of the lesser angels. He is also included among the 8 great judgment princes of the throne, whose rank is superior to Metatron’s. He is the angel of poetry and master of muses. Of Raduriel it is said “out of every word that goeth forth from his mouth, a song uttering angel is born”. *Since the creator alone has the power and the privilage to do likewise, this makes Radueriel unique among his fellow hierarchs*

Rael – A Wednesday angel residing in the third heaven. He is also one of the intelligence’s of the planet Venus. Invocant must face North when conjuring up Rael

Rahdar – With the aid of his genious brother Phakiel, Rahdar governs the zodiac sign Cancer

Rain – The angels who hold dominion over moisture and rain can be appealed to by repeating their names over and over in a chant: “Mathariel, Ridia, Matriel.” These angels are especially protective of people who conserve water and can inspire humans to do so. We also pray to these sacred ones for renewal and regeneration

Ramona – Teutonic: Wise protectoress

Rampel – An angel who holds dominion over mountains. We pray to Rampel for inner strength, stability and endurance. When we climb a mountain, or simply gaze at a mountain, this angel is near

Raphael – One of the princes of the presence and regent of the sun. This archangel is extremely healing to all living beings. Raphael grants joy, healing, love, miracles and grace. He inspires humankind to pray and is also protective of travelers, guarding and guiding those who take outward or inward journeys. Raphael also grants courage and encourages scientific breakthroughs and knowledge in general. Essene prayer: “Raphael, Angel of Sun, enter my solar center and give the fire of life to my whole body”

Rash – An angel, minister of justice

Raziel (Galizur) – The chief of the supreme mysteries, angel of secret regions, one of the archangelic governors of the Briatic world; preceptor angel of Adam, herald of deity, and reputed author of The Book of the Angel Raziel

Rehel – An angel who battles against the enemies of religion

Remiel (Awakening) – Each of us has a different concept of what it means to be awakened. The essence of what we all seek is divine love and freedom from pain and suffering. Remiel is the angelic awakener whose goal is to bring you to Higher Power … consciousness and union with your Eternal self

Rhaumel – A Friday angel of the fifth heaven, evoked from the north

Riehol – In cabala, governor of the zodiacal sign of Scorpio, in this office Riehol is assisted by Sassaial

Rigziel – In Isaac Ha-Cohen’s text, “emminations of the left side”. Rigziel is 8th of the ten holy Sefiroth

Rikbiel – Chief of the divine chariot; prince of the Merkabah angels

Risnuch – Angel of agriculture

Rochel – An angel who finds lost objects

Rorex – An angel invoked to counteract the power of alath – demon of disease

Rosabis – A genius of metals

Ruchiel – An angel appointed over the wind

Rudosor – Angel of the sixth hour of the night

Rusvon – An angel who holds the keys to the Muslim earthly paradise

Sabbath – An angel who sits on the throne of glory in heaven, the chief of orders of angels do him honor. He is the lord of the sabbath

Sachluph – Angel of plants

Sagdalon – Governor of the sign Capricorn

Sahaqiel – Angel of the sky

Salilus – In magical arts, a genius who opens sealed doors and is an angel of the seventh hour of the day

Sam Hii (Shom Hii) – One of the ruling angels of the North Star. Then name means “Creation of life”

Samandiriel – This angel holds dominion over imagination and helps us realize that a vivid imagination is a very healing tool to have, because we can visualize and create alternative realities with which to transform our own lives as well as the world around us

Samax – Chief of the angels of the air and ruling angel of the day Tuesday

Sameron – An angel of the 12th hour of the day

Sandalphon (Co-Brother) (Power) – Originally the Phophet Elias. He is a Sarim, (angelic prince), angel of power and glory, twin brother of Metatron. Master of heavenly song. He is regarded as the tallest hierarchs in the celestial realm. Moses called him “the tall angel”. Along with Archangel Michael, he carries on a ceaseless battle with the prince of darkness. He is the fancier of sandals. Also he is instrumental in bringing about the differentiation of sexes in the embryo, a good thing to bring to the attention of expectant mothers. He oversees the many powers given to the Seraphim including strength, abundance, beauty and joy of living

Sangrariel – An angel who guard the portals of Heaven

Sarafinah – Hebrew: Ardent, like the angel who protects God’s throne in

Saranana – An angel of the third altitude

Sarga – One of the 5 heavenly scribes appointed by God to transcribe the 204 books dictated by Ezra The other 4 scribes are Dabria, Seleucia, Ethan (or Ecus) and Asiel

Sarim – Chief Celestial Angel Princes

Sarquamich – An angel of the of the third hour of the night

Sasgabiel – An angel invoked in the rites of exorcism

Savuriel – An angelic guard of the third heaven

Schachlil – Angel of the sun’s rays

Schaltiel – An angel who governs the sign of Virgo

Schrewneil – An angel to be invoked for obtaining a good memory and an open heart

Sealiah – An angel who governs or controls the earth’s vegetation

Sebhael – A spirit who is in charge of the books wherein are recorded the good and evil actions of man

Sedim – They are guardian spirits, invoked in the exorcism of evil spirits

Seheiah – An angel who provides protection against sickness and fire. He also governs longevity

Sekel – A female angel who is the angel of part of an hour. She will appear when properly invoked. She dwells in Egypt

Selith – One of the two guardian angels over the Virgin Mary and St. John the Divine

Serafina – Spanish: Seraph, angel

Seraquiel – A “strong and powerful angel” who is invoked on Saturday

Sereda – Mother Sereda has dominion over Wednesday. She is the one who “washes away all the colors in the world”. She is the sister of Pandelis

Seth – One of seven archons

Setheus – One of the great celestial powers dwelling in the sixth heaven

Shamshiel – Angel of daylight

Shateiel – Angel of silence

Shcachlil – Angel of the sun’s rays

Shekinah (Liberating Angel) – A female angel of liberation and freedom. Always close to humankind, Shekinah inspires mortals to be just and fair. Some believe that she is the female part of creation, the feminine aspect of the Creator. She is especially healing of body, mind and spirit. Who delivers the world in all ages. She is very close to mankind and is never separated from the just

Shermuil – The great archon, mediator between the prayers of Israel and the princes of the 7th heaven.

Shetel – One of three ministering angels whom God appointed to serve Adam. Some of their tasks were to roast his meat and cool his wine

Sizajasel – An angel governing the sign of Sagittarius

Sofiel – An angelic bookkeeper appointed over the records of souls, living and dead

Sopheriel Mehayye and Sopheriel Memeth – Two of the supreme angels of the Merkabah (of which there are 8);

keepers of the books of life and death

Soqed Hozi (Partnership) – The keeper of divine balances, holding the balance of feeling and truth in our lives through our partners. One of the 8 supreme angels of the Merkabah, appointed by God to the Sword

Sphener – A celestial power invoked to combat Mardero, demon of disease

Splenditenes – A world supporting angel. He supports the heavens on his back. He has six faces and mouths and “glitters with light”. He is also called the monument of splendor

Stimulator – An angel invoked in the exorcism of ink

Strateia – An angelic host whom is said to have the power to cause stars to fall from the heavens

Sui’el – An angel with dominion over earthquakes

Suriel – Like Metatron, Suriel is a prince of presence and like Raphael, an angel of healing. He is also a benevolent angel of death, (one of a few). Suriel was sent to retrieve the soul of Moses. It is said that Moses received all his knowledge from Suriel, (although Zazagel is credited also with giving Moses his knowledge). He is one of the great Archangels. He is one of seven angels in the system of primordial powers. When invoked, he may appear as an ox. In Cabala he is one of the seven angels that rule the earth

Susniel – An angel invoked in Syriac invocation charms. As a “spellbinding” power, Susniel is grouped with Michael, Azriel, Shamshiel and other angels

Tablibik – A spirit of fascination and one of the genii of the fifth hour

Tabris – An angel of the sixth hour who presides over free will, self-determination, choice and alternatives. When you feel stuck in any situation, pray to this illumined one for the ability to see creative alternatives

Taharial – An angel of purity who is prayed to by those who need to cleanse their thoughts, spirits or surroundings

Talia (tah-lee-uh) – Hebrew: Heaven’s dew, name of angel

Taliahad – Angel of water. Talihad’s name is found inscribed on the seventh pentacle of the sun

Tar – One of the ten angels that accompany the sun on it’s daily course

Tariel – One of the three angels of summer. Tariel figures in Syrian incantation charms. He is invoked along with other spellbinding angels in the “binding of the tongue of the ruler”

Tarot – The angel of time. Stands between Earth and Heaven, clothed in white robe with wings of flame and a golden halo around his head. One foot on land the other, in the sea, behind him the sun rises and on his brow is the sign of eternity and life: the circle

Tarwan – One of the 10 angels that accompany the sun on it’s daily course

Teiaiel – In Cabala, an angel that can foretell the future. He is a throne angel and controls maritime expeditions and commercial ventures

Temperance – An angel with the sign of the sun on his forehead, on his breast the square & triangle of septenary Pouring from one chalice into two essences, which compose the elixir of life

Terentia (ta-ren-shah) – Greek: Guardian

Tetra – An angel invoked in ritual magic prayer for the fulfillment of an invocant’s desires. Tetra is noted to be a “great and glorious spirit”

Theliel – An angelic prince of love invoked in ceremonial magic to procure the woman desired by the invocant.

Thiel – An angel serving in the second heaven but also serves in the third. He is the ruling prince of Wednesday and invoked from the North. He is one of the intelligence’s of the planet Venus

Thoth – An angel of the eighth hour of the night

Tilonas – An angel invoked in the conjuration of ink and colors

Time – An angel named so in the Tarot Number 14. He is winged, the sign of the sun on his forehead and the triangle of septenary on his chest. He pours the essence of life from one chalice to another. He is also called Temperance.

In Ecclesiastes 9 and 12 he is referred to the ministering angel who presides over each act mans performs.

Myth: Once the creator contemplated destroying the earth and called for his angels to consult with them. Among them all were three angels Time, Minutes and Seconds

Tixmion – An angel invoked in the benediction of the salt

Torquaret – An angel who procides over the season of Autumn

Trgiaob – As an angel who protects wild birds, we pray to this illumined one to protect all birds from extinction, pollution and destruction of their habitat. Whenever you hear a bird sing, Trgiaob is near

Trsiel – An angel who has dominion over rivers

Tsaphiel – One of the angel governing the moon

Tual – In ceremonial magic, one of the angel’s representing Taurus the bull

Tubiel – An angel invoked for the return of small birds to their owner. Also the head of the sign of Summer

Turmiel – One of the numerous angelic guards at the gate of the west wind

Tuwahel – A ministering angel invoked in ritual magic

Tzadiqel – The archangel who rules Jupiter on Thursday

Tzadkiel – Angel of divine justice

Ubaviel – An angel with the dominion over the sign of Capricorn

Uriel (Ministration) – A patron angel of literature and music, Uriel bestows upon us the gift of creative fire, as well as the power of prophecy. We appeal to him for foresight into the future and for help in developing our psychic abilities. Uriel is an angel of transformation, archangel of salvation, regent of the sun, overseer of Tartarus, and is the spirit of ministration and peace. He helps turn our worst disappointments into our greatest blessings

Uriron – An angel invoked as an amulet against sorcery and sudden death

Urpaniel – An angel’s name found inscribed on an asian charm for warding off evil

Uvael – A Monday angel, resident of the first Heaven and invoked from the North

Uwula – A ministering angel invoked at an eclipse of the sun or moon

Uzziel (Strength of God) (Faith) – Angel of the order of Virtues and Cherubim. Also one of the 7 angels who stand before the throne of glory and among the 9 who set over the 4 winds. Uzziel is commanded by Gabriel to “coast the south wind with the strictest watch” Also known as an angel of mercy, under the ruler ship of Metatron. When you invite Uzziel to touch you with faith, your spiritual growth is accelerated and peace fills your heart

Valoel – It is traditionally believed that this perfect being holds dominion over peace. We pray to Valoel to enfold us with his wings of serenity and to fill our hearts with tranquility and contentment

Varcan – An angel with dominion over the sun. He is referred to as the king of the angels of the air, ruling on the Lord’s day

Vassago – Invoked to discover a woman’s deepest secret. He is a Prince of the nether realms where he busies himself finding lost possessions and foretelling the future

Vatale – A prince over all the angels and Caesars

Veguaniel – An angel ruler of the third hour of the day

Vehuiah – One of eight seraphim invoked to fulfill prayers. He governs the first rays of the sun

Vel – A resident of the third heaven. A Wednesday angel invoked from the south

Verchiel – Angel of the month of July, ruler of the sign Leo, He is also one of the rulers of the order of powers (potentates, authorities, dynamis) He is also the governor of the sun

Vesta – Latin: Guardian of the sacred fire

Vhnori – One of the two governing angels of the sign Sagittarius

Vohal – An angel of power invoked in conjuring rites

Vretil – The archangelic keeper of the treasury of Sacred Books. He is said to be wiser than the other archangels He is also called “the scribe of the knowledge of the Most High”

Wallim – An angel serving in the 1st heaven

Weatta – An angel of the Seal

Yahel – An angel who’s name is inscribed on the fourth pentacle of the moon

Yarashiel – One of the numerous angelic guards of the gates of the East Wind

Yefefiah (Dina) – Angel of the Torah, instructed Moses in the mysteries of the cabala

Yekahel – One of the spirits of the planet Mercury. His name is inscribed on the first pentacle of the planet

Yephiel – The angels whose name is found on an Asian charm for warding off evil

Yrouel – His name is found inscribed on amulets worn by women during pregnancy. Yrouel is the angel of fear, a common angel

Yurkemi – The angel of hail. A legend says that Yurkemi offered to extinguish the fire consuming the three men in the fiery furnace but Gabriel would not have it, contending that Yurkemi’s help would not suffice

Zachriel – An angel who rules over memory

Zadkiel (Prayer) – [ Also known as Tzadkiel or Zidekiel, among other variant spellings] An angel of solace, charity and gentleness. Zadkiel is an angel with several different identities, depending on the reference. In a Theological Discourse of Angels, by Benjamin Camfield, Zadkiel is the angel of Jupiter. because he is the ruler of the sign of the zodiac of that planet. According to the Zohar, Zadkiel is one of two chieftains who assist Michael when the archangel goes into battle. Zadkiel is also said to be a co-chief of the order of shinanim (along with Gabriel) and one of the nine rulers of heaven, as well as one of the seven archangels presiding next to God. In rabbinic works, Zadkiel is the angel of benevolence, mercy, memory, and chief of the order of dominions. But perhaps the most common identity of Zadkiel is the one presented in the Bible, where he prevents Abraham from sacrificing his young son Isaac to God. We pray to-this sacred one for comfort when we are in need of gentle guidance. Zadkiel also kindles a desire for spiritual development in humankind. He guards the powers of invocation; the best known and most powerful form: prayer

Zafrire – Morning spirits

Zagzagel (Wisdom) – Angel of wisdom, chief guard of the 4th heaven, angel of the burning bush. Teaches us how to listen and see inwardly. Wisdom is the result of searching deep within for truth

Zahariel (Brightness) – A great angel invoked to resist temptations

Zalbesael (Heart of God) – An angel who has dominion over the rainy season

Zaliel – A Tuesday angel, resident of the 5th Heaven. He is invoked from the south

Zavael – An angel who controls and has dominion over whirlwinds

Zazel – A great angel, particularly effective in love conjurations. He is the spirit of Saturn. Along with the angel Asiel, he can be used to protect against sudden death. (In a talisman)

Zethar – one of the angels of confusion [Rf. Ginsberg, The legends of the Jews IV, where Zethar is an “observer of immorality”]

Zeffar – “The genius of irrevocable choice”. He also serves at the 9th hour

Zehanpuryu’h (This One Sets Free) – A great angelic prince: advocate general of heaven and dispenser of divine mercy. With Michael he is the dispenser of inerrable balances. He is one of the crown prices of the Merkaba with higher ranking than that of Metatron

Zeirna – Genius of infirmities and genii of the fifth hour

Zephon (A Looking Out) – Guardian prince of Paradise. The sixth sefira, one of the cheribum. Gabriel sent Zephon along with Ithuriel to find Satan. The found him in the garden of Eden while he was tempting Eve

Zizuph – A genius of mysteries and one of the genii of the 8th hour

Zuphlas – This angelic benefactor protects and safeguards the forests and trees. We appeal to this angel to save the rain forests of the earth and to inspire the human race to honor, respect and save the trees. Also the genii of the 11th hour

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Meaning of the Pendant:

Wings For “Love”

Halo for “Hope”

Fish for “Peace”

The Fish is an ancient Christian symbol

Angels are non-denominational and are recognised in most faiths all over the world. Angels protect you Guide you and keep you safe. Embrace within you the “Power of Angels”

Meaning of the Fish Symbol in Christianity

The fish was an early symbol of Christian faith that endures today on bumper stickers and businesses as a sign of Christian faith.

The fish is thought to have been chosen by the early Christians for several reasons:

  • the Greek word for fish (ICHTUS), works nicely as an acrostic for “Jesus Christ, God’s Son, Saviour”
  • the fish would not be an obvious Christian symbol to persecutors
  • Jesus’ ministry is associated with fish: he chose several fishermen to be his disciples and declared he would make them “fishers of men.”

Today, when Christians (in the West) do not need to worry about persecution, the Christian fish symbol often has “Jesus” written inside or includes a cross symbol. The fish is also a symbol of baptism, since a fish is at home in the water.

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