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.
A "revealing" angel.
A governing spirit of the sign Aquarius.
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.
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".
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.
An angel of fire. His name is inscribed on the seventh pentacle of the sun. He can also be invoked in ritual magic.
Hebrew: Angel, messenger.
Angel of sweet smelling herbs.
Hebrew: Lioness of God; air or water spirit (angel); ethereal.
Angel of Thursday, who shares his rule with Sachiel and Cassiel. Assasiel is also one of the presiding spirits of the planet Jupiter.
One of the seven angels with dominion over the earth. He is the angel that seperates the soul from the body at the time of death. He can also be invoked to cure stupidity.
Angel of healing.
An angel who supports heaven with three fingers.
An angel of the fourth heaven. Also an angel of the air ruling on the lord's day evoked from the East.
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.
One of the four angels of winter and head of the sign of winter.
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.
A spirit of the planet Venus who's name is inscribed on the fourth pentacle of that planet.
Turkish: Moon angel.
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.
- Angel of the element fire.
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.
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.
Angel of victory.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 an repentant angels. As a demon, Baraqyal is able to teach those who summon him the secret arts of astrology.
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.
Angel of October.
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 ourselves and others. This angel also grants emotional depth and awareness.
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.
An angel in charge of the spring of waters of life. He is the angel of the baptismal.
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.
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 bene 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 result of this union were the giants, the anakim, "the mighty men that were of old, the men of renown." The bene Elohim are also thought to be the angels called the ischim.
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