Angel Names

images (1)Aarin: Variant of the term used to describe the angles who walked out of Heaven, mated with the daughters of man, and produced the Nephilim; appears in the Book of Enoch

Abaddon: Angel of the Abyss

Abalim: “Great angels”; fiery guardians; name for the Order of Thrones

Abdiel: courageous “flaming seraph”; from Milton’s Paradise Lost

Adimus: angel once venerated by the Church; probably derived from the First Man

Adoel: angel who governed the explosion that caused the universe to be created (essentially the angel of the Big Bang); from the Book of Enoch

Af: terrible angel made of red and black flame

Ahiah: half-angel son of Semyaza

Akhazriel: “herald of God”

Amaliel: protector from weakness

Anahita: a fiery, beautiful female angel; also associated with water; from Persian myth

Anaiel: angel who taught knowledge to man; from the Book of Enoch

Anak: “giant”; mortal with angelic blood

Anakim: “giants”; race of fierce giants mentioned in the Bible; descended of the Nephilim

Anaphiel: high angel of the Merkabah; bearer of the seal

Angelos: Greek for “messenger”; a heavenly being

Aphaeleon: ruler of fallen angels named in ceremonial magic

Appolyon: Angel of the Abyss

Arakiba: angel in the Book of Enoch

Aralim: “Great angels”; Thrones; fiery guardians

Araquiel: taught the signs of the earth; from the Book of Enoch

Arariel: angel of the oceans; helper of fishermen; from Medieval angel lore

Archon: angelic governor of the material world; from Gnostic myth

Ariel: “lion of God”; a spirit of the air; source: Hebrew myth; appears also in Shakespeare

Arioch: one of the fallen angels; from Milton’s Paradise Lost; also appears in the works of Michael Moorcock

Ariuk: preserver of Enoch; from the Book of Enoch

Armaros: taught how to resolve enchantments; from the Book of Enoch

Armisael: an angel of childbirth

Asaph: angel who supposedly authored Psalms 73-83

Asuriel: angel who warned of the Flood; from the Book of Enoch

Azazel: taught men of metals and gems; from the Book of Enoch

Azrael: the angel of death; appears in the writings of Leilah Wendall

Ballaton: guardian invoked in Solomonic magick

Baradiel: heavenly prince; angel of hail; from the Book of Enoch

Baraqiel: heavenly prince; angel of lightning; from the Book of Enoch

Barattiel: supports the highest heaven; from the Book of Enoch

Bethor: angel of the planet Jupiter; appears in ceremonial magic

Boamiel: angel of the four quarters of Heaven; appears in ceremonial magic

Boel: angel of the planet Saturn

Camael: “he who sees God”

Caphriel: angel of the Sabbath

Cassiel: angel of tears and temperance; appears in ceremonial magic

Cerviel: angel of principalities

Chalkydri: either “brass serpents” or companions to the sun; from the Book of Enoch

Chamuel: “he who seeks God”

Chasan: governor of air; appears in ceremonial magic

Daniel: “God is my Judge”; Hebrew — also the name of a Prophet

Dubbiel: protector of the Persians

Duma: the angel of silence; also the patron of Egypt

Empyrean: the highest heaven; heaven of fire; appears in Milton’s Paradise Lost

Ephemera: “short-lived”; angels who exist solely to sing the praises of God

Erelim: “the valiant ones”; a name for the Order of Thrones

Exousia: “power” or “virtue”; alternate word for Angel; Greek

Ezequiel: taught the knowledge of clouds; from the Book of Enoch

Gabriel: “God is my strength”; angel of judgment; one of the angels who actually appears by name in the Bible

Gadiel: invoked to repel evil; appears in ceremonial magic

Gadriel: taught men warfare; from the Book of Enoch

Gagallim: “spheres”; a name for the Order of Thrones; from Hebrew lore

Gazardiel: the angel of sunrise and sunset

Germael: “majesty of God”; an angel of creation

Gezuriya: an angel of the Order of Powers

Gibborim: half-angelic giants; “men of renown”; Hebrew & Biblical lore

Grigori: from the Greek for “watchers”; the Watchers of the Throne; a minor order of angels

Habriel: angel of the Order of Powers

Hadariel: “the Glory of God”

Hadramiel: “the Glory of God”; variant of Hadariel

Hamon: a prince of heaven; mentioned in the Book of Enoch

Haniel: “the grace of God”

Haroth: twin of Maroth who knew secret name of God; appears in Persian myth

Hashmal: leader of the Order of Dominions

Hayliel: wielder of the fiery lash; from the Book of Enoch

Hemah: terrible angel made of red and black flame; appears in Hebrew lore

Hochmael: “the wisdom of God”

Irin: alternate word for the Nephilim; “the Watchers”; one source suggests that Ireland earned its ancient name of Eryn because it was first settled by this fallen race
Ishim: angels of fire and ice

Israfel: angel of the Resurrection

Ithuriel: messenger of Gabriel; appears in Milton’s Paradise Lost

Jabril: Muslim variant of Gabriel

Jael: guardian of the Ark of the Covenant

Jeduthun: choirmaster given angelic status

Jehoel: guide and guardian; a seraph

Jeremiel: “mercy of God”; variant of Ramiel

Kadmiel: an angel of childbirth

Kajabiel: “the star of God”; an angel of astrology

Kalmiya: a guardian of the veil

Kasbiel: taught the Name that binds oaths; from the Book of Enoch

Kasdeja: taught of spirits, birth control; from the Book of Enoch

Kemuel: variant of Camael; “he who sees God”

Kerubiel: fearsome angel of flame and lightning; head of the Choir of Cherubim

Kezef: an angel of destruction

Kochbiel: “the star of God”; angelic astrologer

Lahabiel: protector and guardian

Lailah: “night”; an angel of conception; a feminine angel from Muslim lore

Lucifer: associated with the stor of morning; fairest of angels who challenged God and subsequently cast from Heaven for his pride

Machidiel: “the fullness of God”; from the Book of Enoch

Madan: angel _f the planet Mercury; appears in ceremonial magic

Mahanaim: “two armies”; the heavenly host; appears in Hebrew lore

Malachi: “messenger of God”

Malakh: “messenger”; a heavenly being; Muslim term for an angel

Mariuk: guardian of Enoch; from the Book of Enoch

Maroth: twin of Haroth who knew secret name of God; appears in Persian lore

Mastema: “the Accusing Angel”

Matariel: angel of rain

Melkyal: “the fullness of God”; from the Book of Enoch

Merkabah: “chariot”; a mystical path to God

Metatron: angel of the presence; divine archivist; intermediary or mouthpiece of God
Michael: sword of God and warrior-prince of Heaven; one of the archangels who appears by name in the Bible

Mikhal: variant of Michael; “he who is like God”

Mumiel: guardian of health

Muriel: an angel of the Order of Dominions

Nakir: black-skinned and blue-eyed angel of judgment

Nathaniel: “given by God”; and angel of fire

Nephilim: half-angelic giants; “men of renown”

Nuriel: angel of hailstorms

Onafiel: angel of the moon

Ophaniel: chief of the Order of Thrones; a serpentine angel

Ophanim: “wheels”; “many-eyed ones”; the Order of Thrones; may also refer to serpents

Oriel: angel of destiny

Oriphiel: an angel of Saturn

Pahadron: an angel of terror

Peliel: a chief of the choir of Virtues

Penemu: taught writing; from the Book of Enoch

Peniel: “I have seen God”

Phanuel: angel of the presence; angel of penance

Purah: angel of oblivion

Puriel: an exacting judge

Qaddisin: “holy ones”; stand with the Grigori, or Watchers

Qaphsiel: repels ones enemies

Rabdos: keeper of stars

Raduriel: heavenly archivist; from the Book of Enoch

Raguel: “friend of God”

Rahab: violent angel of the sea; supposedly destroyed by an angry God as punishment for some wrongdoing

Rahatiel: governor of the constellations; from the Book of Enoch

Rahmiel: angel of mercy

Ramiel: “mercy of God”; angel of thunder archangel who appears by name in the Bible

Rasiel: angel of earthquakes; from the Book of Enoch

Razael: angel of mysteries; purpotedly gave a book of magic to Adam and was punished by God for this presumption

Remiel: interpreter of visions; from the Book of Enoch

Rikbiel: guardian of the chariot of God; from the Book of Enoch

Ruhiel: angel of the winds

Sabaoth: prayed to as an angel in the Middle Ages; from the Hebrew word for the Heavenly Host

Sahaqiel: guardian of the Fourth Heaven; from the Book of Enoch

Salathiel: “I have asked the Lord”

Samael: thought to mean “Poison of God”; fearsome angel of death; sometimes associated with Satan and / or Lucifer

Sandalphon: “brother”; angel of glory and prayer; Greek

Saraquiel: variant of Araqiel; taught forbidden knowledge; from the Book of Enoch

Sariel: “prince of God”; governs spirits; from the Book of Enoch

Semalion: an angel of proclamation

Semsapiel: an angel mentioned in the Book of Enoch

Semyaza: leader of the angels who walked out of Heaven to marry among the daughters of man; sometimes associated with Lucifer and / or Satan

Seraph: living flame; holiest of angels; name may mean “fiery serpent”

Seraphiel: eagle-like chief of the Seraphim

Shamsiel: “light of God”; from the Book of Enoch

Sidriel: a prince of Virtues; from the Book of Enoch

Sopheriel: keeps the books of life and death

Soterasiel: “he who stirs the fire of God”

Tabris: angel of free will

Tadhiel: angel of sacrifice

Tagas: a prince of heaven; mentioned in the Book of Enoch

Tamiel: an angel mentioned in the Book of Enoch

Tarshishim: “the shining ones”; and order of angels

Tatrasiel: a prince of heaven mentioned in the Book of Enoch

Temlakos: patron of abused children; Greek

Turiel: angel mentioned in the Book of Enoch

Uriel: “flame of God”; sometimes a healing angel, sometimes the angel of death

Usiel: “the Lord is strength”; from the Book of Enoch

Vretiel: angel of wisdom; from the Book of Enoch

Yahoel: guide and guardian; a seraph

Zadkiel: angel whose symbol is a dagger; from the Book of Enoch

Zagzagel: angel of the burning bush

Zakum: an angel of prayer

Zambrim: ruler of fallen angels invoked in ceremonial magic

Zaphkiel: the swiftest of the cherubim; Miltonian

Zarall: a guardian of the Ark of the Covenant

Zephon: messenger of Gabriel; from Milton’s Paradise Lost

Zophiel: “the beauty of God”

Zuriel: “the Lord is my rock”

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