Labarfiel One of the angelic guards of the 7th heavenly hall. |
Labbiel Original name of Raphael. His name was changed when, according to Jewish legend, he complied with God’s command concerning the creation of man. The angels of truth and the angels of peace did not comply with the divine command and were therefore burned.
Labezerin The angel of success. He also serves in the 2nd hour of the day.
Labusi One of the five angels of omnipotence.
Lad Hebrew, ”tender age” One of the many names of Metatron>
Lahabiel An angel who assist Raphael in the rulership of the 1st day. Along with Phaniel, Rahabiel, Ariel, and others, he is invoked as an amulet against evil spirits.
Lahariel One of the seventy childbirth angels. He also assists Michael in the rulership of the 2nd. Day.
Lahatiel ”the flaming one” One of the seven angels of punishment as listed in Maseket Gan Eden and Gehinnom. In the writings of cabalist Joseph ben Abraham Gikatilla, he is the presiding angel of the gates of death, which is the designation for the 2nd lodge of the 7 lodges in which Hell (arka) is divided. He is one of the angels in Hell who punishes nations ”for cause.”
Laila(h), Leliel, Lailahel, Layla The name is said to derive from the rabbinic exegesis of the word ”lailah” (meaning night) in Job 3:3. According to The Zohar he is ”an angel appointed to guard the spirits at their birth.” In Jewish legendary lore, he is a demonic angel of night, the ’prince of conception,” to be compared with Lilith, demoness of conception. However, in Genesis Rabba 417 and in Sanhedrin96a the story is that he fought for Abraham when the patriarch battled kings—which would make him a good, rather than a wicked angel.
Lama, La Ma An angel of the air, ruler of Tuesday, and resident of the 5th Heaven. Invoke from the west.
Lamach An angel with dominion over Mars.
Lamassu In Assyrian lore, a kindly spirit appealed to at the end of invocations for the exorcism of evil spirits. Thought to be of Babylonian origin.
Lamechalal, Lamechiel A planetary ruler cited in 3 Enoch. The Testament of Solomon states that Lamechalal is the only angel that can overcome the female demon Deceit.
Lameck, Lamideck A pure angel, invoked in black-magick rites, specifically at the conjuration of the Sword.
Lamediel An angel of the 4th hour of the night, serving under Jefischa.
Lamedk An angel like Lameck (but not to be confused with him) who is invoked in the conjuration of the Sword.
Larzod One of the ”glorious and benevolent angels” invoked in Solomonic conjuring rites for imparting to the invocant some of the secret wisdom of the Creator.
Lauday An angel invoked in the benediction of the Salt.
Lau(v)iah In the cabala, an angel of the order of thrones; also of the order of cherubim. He influences savants and great personages.
Láwidh In Islamic apocalyptic lore, a ”chief of angels.” The sufi Abu Yazid in his mir’aj (ascent) to the seven Heavens comes upon Láwidh in the 2nd Heaven and is there offered ”a kingdom such as no tongue can describe,” but resists the offer knowing it to be a test of his single-minded devotion to God.
Lazai, Lazay A ”holy angel of God” invoked in the exorcism of fire.
Lebes One of the chief angels of the 1st chora.
Lecabel An angel in control of vegetation and agriculture, and one of the seventy-two angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.
Lecahel An angel of the order of dominations (dominions).
Ledrion An angel invoked in the exorcism of spirits through the application of incense and fumigation.
Lehachel One of the seventy-two rulers of the zodiac.
Lehael In the cabala one of the 8 seraphim.
Lehahiah Once of the order of powers (potentates), he protects crowned heads and makes subjects obedient to their superiors. He is (or was, depending on his current status as a holy or evil angel) one of the seventy-two hierarchs bearing the mystical name of God Shemhamphorae.
Lehavah In hechaloth lore, an angel stationed at the 7th heavenly hall.
Lelahel An angel of the zodiac with dominion over love, art, science, and fortune. His corresponding angel is Asentacer.
Lelahiah One of the seventy-two angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.
Lemanael In the cabala, the spirit of the moon. His corresponding angel is Elimiel.
Lepha An angel of the Seal.
Leuuiah, Leviah One of the seventy-two angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.
Levanael, Iaraehel According to Cornelius Agrippa the spirit of the moon.
Librabis Genius of hidden gold and one of the angels of the 7th hour.
Lifton In hechaloth lore an angel stationed at the 7th heavenly hall.
Lithargoel A great angel whose name appears in the Coptic The Investiture of the Archangel Gabriel; also in the Acts of Peter.
Little Iao One of the many names of Metatron.
Liwet In Mandaean lore the angel of love and invention; also one of the seven planetary spirits.
Lobkir One of the guards of the gates of the West Wind.
Lobquin One of the angels of the 5th Heaven ruling on Tuesday in the west. He is subject to the East Wind.
Loel One of the guards of the gates of the South Wind.
Loquel An angel serving in the 1st Heaven.
Lord Zebaot In Jewish lore, the lord of hosts; the name God went by when he battled sinners.
Lucifer ”light giver” Erroneously equated with the fallen angel (Satan) due to a misreading of Isaiah 14:12; ”How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning,” an apostrophe which applied to Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon. It should be pointed out that the authors of the books of the Old Testament knew nothing of fallen or evil angels, and do not mention them, although, at times, as in Job 4:18, the Lord ”put no trust” in his angels and ”charged them with folly”, which would indicate that angels were not all that they should be. The name Lucifer was applied to Satan by St. Jerome and other Church Fathers. Actually, Lucifer connotes star, and applies (or originally meant to apply) to the morning or evening star (Venus).
Luel In the 15th-century Jewish magickal lore, an angel invoked in connection with the use of divining rods.
Luma’il In Arabic lore a guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism.
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