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Glossary of Angelic Names
last revised May 16, 2005

Among the host of 64 intelligences who discovered “the Throne”

Achaiah – angel of patience, keeps watch with Zizuph

Anael – angel of love, one of the three genii of fire: “King of Astral Light,” angel of Friday

(Anahel) – prince of the 3rd heaven

Ariel – angel of healing, assists Raphael

(Azrael) – guardian of the tree of life in the 3rd heaven

Cassiel – angel of sorrow, prince of the 7th heaven, angel of Saturday

Dabriel – the heavenly scribe

Gabriel – Michael’s lieutenant, prince of the 1st heaven, chief of the Angels, angel of the Presence, angel of Monday

Gethel – angel of the mysteries, takes notice of Samael’s strange behavior

(Haniel) – chief of the Principalities

Hemah – angel of wrath, follower of Sachiel

Israel – angel of the Presence

Kezef – angel of wrath, follower of Sachiel

Kushiel – angel of wrath, follower of Sachiel

Lahatiel – angel of wrath, follower of Sachiel

Michael – leader of the Host of Heaven, prince of the 4th heaven, chief of the Virtues, angel of the Presence, one of the three genii of fire: “King of the Sun,” angel of Sunday

Pahadron – angel of wrath, follower of Sachiel

Phanuel – angel of penance, angel of the Presence

Pusiel – angel of wrath, follower of Sachiel

Raphael – angel of healing, prince (with Zachariel) of the 2nd heaven, chief of the Archangels, angel of the Presence, angel of Wednesday

(Raziel) – chief of the Cherubim

Rogziel – angel of wrath, follower of Sachiel

Sachiel – “covering of God,” angel of Thursday

Samael – angel of death, prince of the 5th heaven, chief of the Powers, “the accusing angel,” one of the three genii of fire: “King of Volcanoes,” angel of Tuesday

Satarel – angel of hidden things, admirer of Samael

Seldoc – angel of heavenly baptism

Shamsiel – head of the Grigori, or secret Watchers

Sirushi – master of announcements

Uriel – angel of the Presence

Uzziel – angel of the Presence

(Zachariel) – prince of the 2nd heaven

(Zachiel) – prince of the 6th heaven

(Zadkiel) – chief of the Dominions

(Zaphkiel) – chief of the Thrones

Zizuph – angel of mysteries


“Emanations of the Presence”

Metatron – angel of God, chief of the Seraphim

Satan – “the adversary”


Among the “refugees” who later joined the “Heavenly Host” at the Throne

Agrat bat Mahlat – angel of prostitutes, wife of Samael

Camaysar – angel of the marriage of opposites

Eisheth Zenunim – angel of prostitutes, wife of Samael

Lilith – angel of prostitutes, wife of Samael

Naamah – angel of prostitutes, wife of Samael


Former members of Michael’s host, lost in the final skirmish with Araziel & Harut (all miscellaneous angels of whom tradition knows little but the name)

Degaliel

Mibi

Scigin

Yeruel


Foes of Michael’s host (all traditionally considered “fallen angels” or demons – here described merely as leaders of enemy hosts)

Araziel

Dagon

Harut

Moloch

Thammuz


Other angels involved in the affairs of Earth

Ahaniel – A childbed amulet angel. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Grenada.

Anaphaxeton – "The name which, when pronounced, will cause the angels to summon the whole universe before the bar of justice on Judgment Day." In "Grand Strategy," a cherubic inquisitor sent from the Heavenly City at the request of Orion.

Armazd – Chief of the "Amesha Spentas," or "holy, immortal ones" of Zoroastrian lore. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Parseeism.

Astaniel – A chief angel-prince of the sword. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Wahhabism.

Bahram (Barman) – In Persian cosmology, a great angel placed over all the animals of earth. One of the "Amesha Spentas," and "the mightiest of the angels, whom the [muslims] call Jabriel [Gabriel]." In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Shia Islam, and also, since 1979, Throne of Iran.

Barael – One of seven exalted throne angels in the First Heaven. Helps "execute the commands of the potentates." In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Russia.

Bigtha – One of seven angels of confusion; one of two pressers of the winepress. An angel of destruction. In "Grand Strategy," the Domination of American Domestic Affairs.

Briel – A childbed amulet angel. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

Camal – "To desire God." An archangel in the Cabala. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of (Mahayana) Buddhism. There is no Throne of Theravada Buddhism, as this more ancient form of Buddhism was deemed unsuitable by the Council as a means to salvation. There are, however, a number of Dominations of Buddhist sects (such as Soka Gakkai and Chogye Buddhism) who reported to Camal, who were promoted to Thrones after the condemnation of Camal.

Chairoum – An angel of the north, "holding in his hand a rod of fire, and restraineth the superfluity of moisture that the earth be not overmuch wet." In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Europa.

Efniel – Described in The Book of the Angel Raziel as a member of the order of cherubim. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of the Americas. Efniel's inspiration was behind the American counterculture, including the Anti-Vietnam War Movement (1967 - 1974); the Kent State riots (May 1970), in which four students were killed by the Ohio National Guard, and which led to other student uprisings on other campuses; Timothy Leary (whom Richard Nixon called "the most dangerous man in America" (Leary was incarcerated in 1970, later escaped and fled the U.S. only to be captured in Afghanistan, and then freed in 1976; in the 1980s and 1990s he took interest in computer generated virtual reality); the Sexual Revolution (1960s); the abortion rights movement and the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court ruling (1973); increased frankness in discussing sex; increased openness of portrayals of sex in pop culture (in TV shows, plays, movies, art, and advertising); increased pre-marital sex and extra-marital sex; the view of sex as recreational; more sexual experimentation; increased use of birth control; rising divorce rate; women demanding more sexual autonomy; the gay rights movement; radical feminism, which sought to reshape society by dismantling patriarchal and hierarchical structures in favor of non-hierarchical and anti-authoritarian approaches; the Black Panthers (1966 - early 1980s), behind a series of shootouts in California, New York and Chicago in the early 1970s; the Gay Liberation movement (1969 - to the present); the Haight Ashbury culture (late 1960s); the Peoples Temple (1960 -1978); the Church of Satan (1966); Wicca (1950s on); and the New Age Movement (1970 on).

Focalor – a former Throne of the Seventh Heaven; a fallen angel who commands 30 legions of demons, and whose special office is to sink ships of war. He once told Solomon that he hopes to return to Heaven after 1,000 - 1,500 years. In "Grand Strategy" a Virtue of the Last Reckoning, a member of Cassiel's Omega Ministry.

Gauriil – The angel who presides over the east, whose duty is to ensure the proper rising of the sun. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Asia.

Hahael – A virtue who protects Christian missionaries and all disciples of Christ. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Apostolics.

Hakamiah – A cherubim and guardian angel of France. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of France.

Hamal – An angel with dominion over water. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Spain.

Hizarbin – A genius of the sea. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Japan.

Iameth – The only angel able to overcome the machinations of Kunospaston, demon of the sea. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Rome and fourth Chief of the Council of Earth. Her portfolio began with the Republic of Rome, then the Roman Empire. She was one of the few state thrones actually to take charge of a religious throne, with the establishment of the Church Universal. After the fall of the Roman Empire, her state portfolios included the Holy Roman Empire, the Papal States, and all church lands. Her state portfolio came to an end with the conquest of the Papal States by Italy in 1870, and she remained an exclusively religious throne until 1929, when Vatican City was created under the terms of the Lateran Treaty.

Imriaf – The angelic ruler of the month of Tamouz (June-July). In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of St. Kitts and Nevis.

Itqal – Angel of affection, invoked in cases of dissension among human beings. In "Grand Strategy," the Virtue of Reconciliation of Rehel, Throne of Islam.

Javan – A guardian angel whose special sovereignty is Greece. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Greece and third Chief of the Council of Earth.

Jehoel – Mediator of the ineffable name and one of the princes of the presence. In Jewish lore, "the angel who holds the Leviathan in check." A heavenly choirmaster, "singer of the eternal." "Heavenly Son of Man" who accompanied Abraham on a visit to paradise and revealed the course of human history to him. The principal angel of fire. In "Grand Strategy," the Pentecostal Throne.

Karkiel – A childbed amulet angel. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Rastafars.

Kerkoutha – An angel with rulership over the south. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Africa and first chief of the council of Earth.

Lailah – "Night." An angel appointed to guard the spirits at their birth. A "prince of conception." Fought with Abraham. In "Grand Strategy," the Virtue of Abolition, in the service of Loquel, Domination of American Law

Lemanael – A spirit of the moon. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Brazil.

Loquel – Angel serving in the 1st Heaven. In "Grand Strategy," Loquel is a former Domination of English Law appointed as the Domination of American Law after she loses her job when Zarzakiel becomes the Throne of England after the second English Civil War. She was a sponsor of the abolition movement, the civil rights movement, suffragism, and liberal feminism. Her influence was strongly see in the President's Commission on the Status of Women (1961 - 1963), a report which strongly supported the "traditional" nuclear family. She believed in the integration of women into positions of power in government and full access to the work place.

Mah – Angel overseer of the mutations of the moon. In "Grand Strategy," the Virtue of Suffrage, in the service of Loquel, Domination of American Law

Maroch – Angel of the fifth hour of the day. In "Grand Strategy," a bureaucrat in the Heavenly City, a minor functionary in Sachiel's administration of Gehenna.

Masim – Angelic guard of the gates of the East Wind. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Thailand.

Mbriel – An angel who rules over winds. In "Grand Strategy," one of Efniel's virtues

Mefathiel – "An opener of doors," favored by thieves and miscreants. In "Grand Strategy," Orion's Domination of Peace.

Melchiael – Angelic prince conjured in Solomonic black magic rites. Can provide the invocant with the woman of his desires. In "Grand Strategy," Orion's Domination of Protocol

Melioth – One of nine angels "that run together throughout heavenly and earthly places" (from Gustav Davidson, A Dictionary of Angels [The Free Press, 1967]). In "Fallen Angel," a virtue captured by the demon Pyrrhus.

Merof – An angel of the seal, summoned in magical rites. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Juche.

Mithra – One of the shining gods in Vedic cosmology. One of the 28 izeds (spirits) that surround the great god Ahura-Mazda in Zoroastrian theology. He "rises from a paradise in the east, has 1,000 ears and 10,000 eyes." In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Zoroastrianism. At one time the high-ranking member of the council, with charge over the great Persian Empire, and the throne of the most populous and successful angelic religion in the world, he is now the lowest ranking religious throne on the council, with only a few thousand adherents left in the world.

Moroni – Angel who delivered the golden plates to Joseph Smith, ushering in the restored gospel revealed through Mormonism. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Mormonism.

Mulciber – In Milton's Paradise Lost, once "built in Heav'n high towers." In "Grand Strategy," the Anglican Throne.

Naya'il – An angel of the 4th heaven who offered to sufi mystic Abu Yazid "a kingdom such as no tongue can describe," but which Yazid rejects for the sake of his single-minded devotion to God. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Turkey.

Och – Angel who governs the sun. Gives 600 years of perfect health. Ruler of 28 of 196 Olympian provinces of Heaven. A minerologist and prince of alchemy. Rules 36,536 legions of spirits. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Mexico.

Ofaniel – Chief of the order of ofanim. Exercises dominion over the moon. Has 16 faces, 100 pairs of wings, and 8,466 eyes. An exalted throne angel. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of China.

Orion – St. Peter's guardian angel. Connected to the constellation. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of America.

Pahaliah – An angel invoked to convert heathens to Christianity. He rules theology and morals. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of (Eastern) Orthodoxy.

Qafsiel – An angel with dominion over the moon. Invoked to drive away enemies. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Indonesia.

Rehel – An angel who battles against the enemies of religion. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of (Sunni) Islam.

Sakniel – Angelic guard of the gates of the West Wind. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Ghana.

Salmon – Angel of the sixth hour of the night. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Micronesia.

Saulasau – A power of the upper world. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of African Indigenous Sects.

Shalgiel – An angel with dominion over snow. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Antarctica.

Susabo – A genius of voyages and guardian of the sixth hour. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Portugal.

Thagrinus – A genius of confusion, and of the fourth hour. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Scientology.

Tharsis – An angel governing the element of water. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Oceania.

Tophtharthareth – A spirit of the planet Mercury. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of New Thought Christianity.

Tychagara – One of the seven exalted throne angels. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of Ethiopia.

Urzla – An angel of the east. A "glorious and benevolent angel" who can "share with the invocant the secret wisdom of the Creator." In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of India.

Yefehfiah – Angelic prince of the Torah, who taught Moses the mystery of the cabala. One of the six or seven great archangels. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of (Orthodox) Judaism, the Throne of Israel and second Chief of the Council of Earth. Once the highest ranking member of the Council, he has declined in rank due to the small number of his current mortal adherents, and because of the destruction of the state of Israel in ancient times (and its only relatively recent restoration). But he is still hugely influential among the more powerful members of the council.

Zakkiel – An angel governing storms. One of the great hierarchs present when God exalted Enoch. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of the United Kingdom.

Zarzakiel – An angelic prince "appointed by God to write down the merits of Israel on the throne of glory." As "Sofriel," an angelic book-keeper appointed over records of the living and the dead. In "Grand Strategy," the brother of Orion and former Throne of Puritanism. He was temporarily appointed Throne of England from the rise of Cromwell until after the Glorious Revolution. Then he became the Throne of Evangelicalism.

Zeffar – "Genius of irrevocable choice." A genius of the ninth hour. In "Grand Strategy," the Throne of the Bahai.


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