Haael One of the seventy-two zodiac angels. |
Haaiah An angel of the order of dominations. He rules over diplomacy and ambassadors, and is one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.
Haamiah An angel of the order of powers. He dominates religious cults and ”protects all those those who seek the truth.” His corresponding angel is Serucuth.
Haarez An angel of the Seal.
Haatan An angel who conceals treasures according to The Nuctemeron.
Habbiel> A Monday angel residing in the 1st Heaven invoked in love charms.
Habriel An angel of the order of powers summoned in conjuration rites.
Habudiel An angel of Sunday residing in the 4th Heaven and invoked from the south.
Habu(h)iah An angel with dominion over agriculture and fecundity. He is one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.
Hachashel One of the seventy-two zodiac angels.
Hadakiel, Chadakiel Along with Grasgarben, they govern the sign of Libra.
Hadariron, Hadrion An archon names in lesser hechaloth lore and in the Alphabet of Rabbi Akiba.
Hadarmiel A holy angel named in The Greater Key of Solomon.
Hadasdagedoy In hechaloth lore a guard of the 6th Heaven.
Hadiririon ”the beloved angel of God” He may be invoked in ritual magick.
Hadraniel, Hadarniel, Hadariel, Hadriel ”majesty of God” A porter angel stationed at the 2nd gate in Heaven. He is taller than Kemuel ”by 60 myriads of parasangs” but shorter than Sandalphon ”by a 500 years’ journey.” On seeing Hadraniel, Moses was ”struck dumb with awe”; but when Moses uttered the Supreme Name, Hadraniel in turn trembled. Legend speaks of Adam visiting Heaven some 2,000 years before Moses. On that occasion, Hadraniel spoke to Adam about his possession of The Book of the Angel Raziel, a holy book reputed to have contained secrets and knowledge unknown even to the angels. This precious book came finally into the possession of Solomon, via Noah and Abraham. According to a Zoharic legend, ”when Hadraniel proclaims the will of the Lord, his voice penetrates through 200,000 firmaments,” and the Revelation of Moses states, ”with every word from his mouth go forth 12,000 flashes of lightning.” In gnosticism Hadraniel is ”only one of seven subordinates to Jehuel, prince of fire.” As Hadriel, he serves as one of the guards of the gates of the East Wind. In Sefer-ha-Heshek, he is one of the many name of Metatron, and he has been so identified in apocalyptic literature.
Haduriel In hechaloth lore a guard of the 6th Heaven.
Hafkiel In Aramaic Incantation Text from Nippur, he is an angel invoked in the exorcism of demons.
Hagai In hechaloth lore a guard of the 5th Heaven.
Hagedola An angel of the Seal invoked during ceremonial rites.
Haggo An angel of the Seal who may be summoned during conjuration rites.
Hagiel An angel signifying the intelligence of Venus when it enters the sign of Taurus and Libra. His cabalistic number is 49 and corresponding angel, the spirit ruler of Venus, is Gadamel.
Hagios The name of a great angel or one of the secret names of God used in invocation rites.
Hagith Ruler of Venus and one of the seven Olympian spirits. He is governor of 21 or 35 of the 196 Olympian provinces. He is a Friday angel. According to Cornelius Agrippa, he commands 4,000 legions of angels; he has the power of transmuting metals. In white magick he is one of the seven stewards of Heaven.
Haglon An angel of the 3rd hour of the night serving under Sarquamich.
Hahael, Hahahel An angel of the order of virtues. He protects Christian missionaries and al disciples of the Christ; he is also one of the seventy-two angels that bear the name of God Shemhamphorae. His corresponding angel is Chantaré.
Hahaiah An angel of the order of cherubim. He influences thoughts and reveals hidden mysteries to mortals. His corresponding angel is Atarph.
Hahyel, Chayyliel A prince of the ministering angels when these angels sit in at the divine judgment councils.
Hahnaziah One of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.
Hahiniah In the cabala, one of the throne angels.
Hahlii An angel invoked in the conjuration of the Ink and Colors.
Halowel A ministering angel.
Hahuiah One of the seventy-two angels bearing the names of God Shemhamphorae.
Haiaiel One of the seventy-two zodiac angels and one of the seventy-two bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.
Hailael, Hayael Chief angel of the order of hayyoth (”holy beasts”).
Haim An angel with dominion over the sign of Virgo.
Hakamiah One of the cherubim, invoked against traitors, and guardian of France. His corresponding angel is Verasua.
Hakem In hechaloth lore one of the angelic guards of the 4th Heaven.
Hakha An angel of the Seal.
Hajahm One of the many names of Metatron.
Halacho Angel of sympathies and one of the angels of the 11th hour.
Halelviel In hechaloth lore, an angel stationed in the 7th Heaven.
Halliza The name of an angel appearing on the external circle of the pentagram of Solomon.
Halqim One of the many guards of the gates of the North Wind.
Haludiel An angel of the 4th Heaven invoked on Sunday while facing south. He is also an intelligence of the sun.
Halwaya One of the secret names of Metatron.
Hamabiel An angel noted as exercising dominion over Taurus. However, in ceremonial magick it is Tual who is charged with this duty and in some references Asmodel has dominion.
Hamal, Hmnal An angel with dominion over water. He is also one of the seven angels worshipped by Balaam. He is invoked in Arabic incantation rites.
Hamaliel According to Trithemius, an angel of August, one of the rulers of the order of virtues, and governor of Virgo. In ceremonial magick, however, the ruler of Virgo is Voil or Voel.
Hamarytzod An angel of the 11th hour serving under Dardariel.
Hamatiel In occultism, an angel governing Virgo.
Hamaya A ministering angel.
Hamayzod An angel of the 4th hour of the night serving under Jefischa.
Hameriel An angel of the 5th hour of the night serving under Abasdarhon.
Ham Meyuchad An angel of the order of cherubim who is sometimes equated with the great angel Akatriel.
Hamneijs An angel of the Seal.
Hamon One of the many guards of the gates of the South Wind. In # Enoch (Chap. 18) he is a ”great prince, fearful and honored, pleasant and terrible, who maketh all the children of heaven to tremble when the time draweth nigh for the singing of the Thrice Holy.” It has been suggested that this is another name for Gabriel.
Hamwak’il guardian angel invoked for rites of exorcism in Arabic lore.
Hanaeb One of the twelve angels of the zodiac.
Hananiel ”graciously given of God” An archangel whose name appears inscribed on a pentagram.
Hanhl The angel who ordered Balaam to build the first seven altars.
BR> Haniel, Aniel, Hamiel, Onoel, Hanael, Simiel ”glory or grace of God” or ”he who sees God” Angel of the December, chief of the order of principalities, virtues (tarshishim), and innocents according to The Magus. He is also governor of Capricorn and of Venus. He figures in the list of the seven (or ten) archangels and the ten holy sefiroth. In occult writings he is accredited with transporting Enoch to Heaven (usually ascribed to Anafiel). He has been compared to the Chaldean Ishtar and is invoked as an amulet against evil.
Hanniniel In Aramaic incantations, an angel invoked in love charms.
Hannuel An angel who has dominion over Capricorn.
Hanoziz An angel of the 8th hour of the night serving under Narcoriel.
Hanozoz An angel of the 9th hour of the night.
Hantiel An angel of the 3rd hour of the day serving under Veguaniel.
Hanum, Hanun A Monday angel residing in the 1st Heaven and invoked from the south or north.
Haqemel One of the seventy-two zodiac angels.
Harahel In the cabala an angel in charge of archives, libraries and rare cabinets; also one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.
Harariel An angel found inscribed on a kamea for warding off evil.
Harbonah ”ass driver” One of the seven angels of confusion. Also cited as an angel of annihilation.
Harchiel In black magick rites an angel invoked to command demons that confer invisibility.
Harhaziel, Harhazial One of the guardian angels of the palaces of the 3rd Heaven.
Hariel, Harael, Behemial An angel with dominion over tame beasts. He is invoked against impieties. He rules science and the arts and is of the order of cherubim.
Harshael, Harshiel An angel invoked in Syriac conjuring ceremonies. As a spellbinding power he is cited (especially for the binding of sorcerers) along with Michael, Gabriel, Sarphiel, Azrael, and others.
Harta’il In Arabic lore a guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism.
Harudha In Persian mythology an angel who rules the element of water. In Mandaean lore he is equated with the female Haurvatat, who is the spirit of health and vegetation as well as ruler of water.
Harut, Haroth, Haurvatati, Haroot Usually linked with Maroth in Islamic legend. Harut was sent down from Heaven (with Maroth) to teach mortals the art of government (Koran, sura 2,102). In Persian lore, Harut and Maroth were angels of the highest rank, claimed to be two of the Amesha Spentas, and in possession of the secret name of God; this name unhappily they revealed to Zobra or Zuhrah, a mortal woman, with whom they both fell in love. A footnote to Ode 14 of Hafiz states that by the power of the Explicit Name, Zuhrah ascended to Venus ”with which she became identified in Mohammedan mythology”; and continues that the fallen angels (Marut and Harut) ”were punished be being confined, head down, in a pit near Babylon, where they were supposed to teach magick and sorcery.” In the Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics IV, 615, the two are characterized as ”fallen angels with a Satanic role.”
Harviel In hechaloth lore an angel stationed at the 2nd heavenly hall.
Hasdiel An angel of Venus; also the angel of benevolence along with the angel Zadkiel. In The Zohar he is one of two chieftains, along with Shamshiel, that accompanied Uriel when her bore his standard in battle.
Hashesiyah One of the many names of Metatron.
Hashmal, Chasmal, Hayyah Chief angel of the order of dominions (hashmallim). The Zohar cites the term as meaning ”an inner, supernal sphere, hidden and veiled, in which the mysteries of the celestial letters of the Holy Name are suspended.” The legend of the Jews state the ”Hashmal aurrounds the throne of God.” He is the ”fire speaking angel.” In Hagiga an incident is noted; ”once upon a time a young man was studying the vision of Ezekiel and was dwelling upon the angel Chasmal when fire proceeded from Chasmal and consumed him.” The moral of this story in not explained.
Hashul One of the chiefs of the order of dominations.
Hasmed The angel of annihilation, and one of the five angels of punishment encountered by Moses in Heaven.
Hasmiyah One of the many names of Metatron.
Hasriel An angel found inscribed on a kamea for warding off evil.
Hatach An angel invoked in medieval Jewish incantation rites. The name derives from the initials of the words of the incantation.
Hatspatsiel One of the many names of Metatron.
Haurvatat ”wholeness” In Zoroastrianism, one of the six Amesha Spentas. She is the personification of salvation. She is also a spirit of the waters. In Mandaean lore she is equated with Harudha, who is male. Some scholars see a derivation of the Koranic fallen angel Harut from this Persian angel.
Haurvatati, Haurvatat an angel in Arabic lore derived from the Amesha Spentas; also called Chordad.
Haven One of the twelve genii who preside over the twelve hours of the day. He is the genius of dignity.
Havhaviyah, Haviyahu, Hayat Three of the many names of Metatron.
Hayyael, Hayyel, Hashmal, Chayyiel, Hayyliel, Johiel, Yayael Chief angel of the hayyoth. He shares dominion over wild beasts with Thegri (Thuriel), Mitniel, and Jehiel.
Haziel ”vision of God” A cherub invoked to obtain the pity of God. He is one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae. When equated with Bernael, he is an angel of darkness.
He’el ”life of God” An angel leader of the ”heads of thousands.” He is ruler of one of the seasons of the year and associated with Elimelech.
Heiglot An angel of snowstorms and ruler of the 1st hour.
Heikhali In hechaloth lore an guard at the 7th heavenly hall.
Hekaloth, hechaloth An angel in the heavenly Paradise mentioned in the treatise Hekaloth and in The Zohar I, 141fn.
Hel A name for God or an angel of God invoked in conjuring rites.
Helayaseph, Jiluyaseph, Hilujaseph An angel governing one of the seasons and is the ”head of a thousand” angels of the seasons.
Helemmelek An angel governing one of the seasons. The name is said to be an inversion of Milkiel. BR>
Hel(l)ison One of the five angels of the 1st chora, the others are Alimiel, Gabriel, Barachiel, and Lebes. When invoked he appears carrying a banner adorned with a crimson cross-crowned with roses.
Hemah Angel of wrath who has dominion over the death of domestic animals; also an angel of destruction. He was 500 parasangs tall, and was ”forged out of chains of black and red fire.” See Af
Heman ”trust” Leader of the heavenly choir that sing hosannas in the morning hours. Over time he was transformed into maestro-angels in order to perform, in Heaven, services that he showed special skills for on earth.
Hetabor An angel invoked in the exorcism of Wax.
Heziel An angel of the zodiac.
Hhml Haml An angel of the firmament, one of the seven worshipped by Balaam. The name was created through permutations of the letters of the Hebrew alphabet.
Hibel-Ziwa In Mandaean lore an angel equated with Gabriel.
Hiel An angel inscribed on a kamea for warding off evil.
Hilofatei and Hilofie In hechaloth lore they are guards of the 4th heavenly hall.
Hiniel In Syriac incantation rites an angel invoked for spellbinding along with Michael, Gabriel, Sarphiel, and others.
Hipeton, Anaphaxeton An angel who shares rulership of Jupiter with Johphiel.
An angel inscribed on a kamea for warding off evil.
Hismael An angel of Jupiter.
Hizarbin A genius of the sea and one of the genii of the 2nd hour.
Hizkiel One of the guards of the gates of the North Wind. He serves with Kafziel as chief aide to Gabriel when he bears his standard on battle.
Hlin Hntr One of the ”nomima barbara,” he is an angel of winds and one of the seven angels worshipped by Balaam.
Hlk Lil Hlk Lib One of the ”nomima barbara,” an angel of holiness and one of the seven angels worshipped by Balaam.
Hlm Hml [Hhml Haml]
Hngel An angel of the summer equinox. He is also effective as an amulet against evil.
Hodiel ”victory of God” An angel of the Briatic world (the world of Creation). He is also mentioned as an angel who may be invoked along with Kabniel, and Tarpiel.
Hodniel An angel who is reputed to cure stupidity in man.
Hoesediel ”mercy of God” An angel of the Briatic world (one of the four archetypal worlds). He is listed as belonging to the order of hashmallim (dominations) and with being one of the ten sefiras.
Hofniel ”fighter for God” Chief of the bene elohim (”sons of God”), an order amoung the ten hierarchies in the cabala.
Homadiel Identified as the ”Angel of the Lord.”
Horaios, Oreus, Horeus One of the seven archons in the Ophitic system and ruler of one of the Seven Heavens ”leading to the aeon of the archons.”
Hormuz In ancient Persian lore the angel in charge of the 1st day of the month.
Hout An angel invoked in Arabic conjuring rites.
Hoveh Hayah One of the many names for Metatron.
Hshahshiel A Syrian spellbinding angel.
Hsprh Hsmim One of the seven angels worshipped by Balaam.
Hubaiel An angel of the 1st Heaven.
Hubaril The angel who is the messenger for Saturn.
Hufaltiel, Huphaltiel A Friday angel of the 3rd Heaven invoked from the west.
Hugron Kunya One of the fourteen great conjuring names of angels listed in The Sword of Moses.
Huha A name for God or of an angel mentioned by the Essenes in their Covenant of the Community (a scroll recently discovered among the Dead Sea Scrolls)>
Hukiel In hechaloth lore an angel guard of the 7th heavenly hall.
Hula’il According to Arabic lore a guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism.
Humastrav, Humastraw A Monday angel residing in the 1st Heaven and invoked from the north.
Humiel An angel governing Capricorn.
BR> Huphatriel One of the angel intelligences of Jupiter.
Hurtapal Along with Michael and Dardael, one of the angels of Sunday.
Husael An angel of the 3rd Heaven.
Hushmael An angel inscribed on a kamea for warding off evil.
Hutriel ”rod of God” One of the seven angels of punishment, equated with Oniel. He lodges in the 5th camp of Hell, and helps in the ”punishment of the ten nations.”
Huzia One of the sixty-four angel wardens of the seven celestial halls.
Huznoth An angel invoked in the exorcism of the Water.
Hyniel A Tuesday angel subject to the East Wind and invoked from the north.
Hyoskiel Jhvhh One of the angelic princes of the hosts of X.
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