Angels from S to Z

Sabaoc Also Sabaoth, one of the angels who were declared by a council in Rome in 745 under Pope Zachary to be no longer eligible for veneration by the faithful. He joined several other angels, including Uriel, Simiel, Tubuas, Adimus, and Raguel.
Sabaoth A Hebrew word meaning "hosts" that has been used over the years to denote the heavenly hosts. In a more personal sense it means an actual angel or, one of the archons. Sabaoth is also used as a spelling for the angel Sabaoc, who with other angels was removed from official lists by Church officials in 745 as ineligible for veneration by the faithful.
Sabrael See Sidriel.
Sahaqiel One of the seven great archangels listed in the Third Book of Enoch. According to that source on angelic lore, Sahaqiel is the guardian of the fourth heaven; like all archangels, he is prince of a heavenly host and is attended by 496,000 myriads of minstering angels.
Salathiel An angel whose name means "I have asked the Lord" and who is one of the great archangels in some Jewish legends.
Samael Also called Sammael, Samil, and even Satan, an angel whose name has been interpreted as meaning "angel" (el) of "poison" (sam); he is considered in legend both a member of the heavenly host (with often grim and destructive duties) and a fallen angel, equatable with Satan and the chief of the evil spirits. One of Samael's greatest roles in Jewish lore is that of the angel of death. In this capacity he is a fell angel but nevertheless remains one of the Lord's servants. (See also Death, Angel of.) As a good angel, Samael supposedly resides in the seventh heaven, although he is declared to be the chief angel of the fifth heaven.
Samuil Also Samoil and Semil, an angel whose name means "heard of God" and who is one of the angelic messengers credited with transporting the famous patriarch Enoch to heaven, along with the angel Raguel. Another angel most often mentioned in legend as being responsible for this translation is Anafiel.
Sandalphon The tall angel, twin brother of the angel Metatron, and, according to the poet Longfellow, the angel of glory and the angel of prayer. In Greek Sandalphon means "brother," and it is in this role that he is probably best known, for he is the spiritual sibling and close companion of Metatron. This affinity is based largely in the similarities of the two angels; just as Metatron is reputed to have once been the patriarch Enoch, Sandalphon is declared in legend to be the onetime Old Testament prophet Elijah. While said in some traditions to be in charge of the fourth, sixth, or even seventh heaven. As the angel of prayer he helps carry the prayers of the faithful into heaven, making of them a beautiful and delicate garland to decorate the head of the Lord.
Santriel An angel mentioned exclusively in the Jewish mystical work Zohar. The angel has only one known duty, unpleasant as it might be: he is to journey to the world of men and gather bodies of all the dead who in their earthly lives had neglected to honor the SABBATH. The condemned souls are then taken to Gehenna and held up before all of the other sinners so that they might note how the corpses of such wicked people are the breeding ground for worms.
Saraqael Also Sariel and Sarakiel, one of the mighty archangels mentioned in the First Book of Enoch. Saraqael has authority over the spirits (or children) of humankind who have sinned in the spirit. He is joined in his duties as an archangel by Gabriel, Raphael, Raguel, Michael, and Suruel. He is also thought in some sources to be synonymous with the mighty angel Uriel.
Sarim The plural name for the Hebrew word sar ("prince' or "celestial"), used for several types of angels. The sarim are considered part of the singing angels who reside in heaven and ceaselessly sing the praises of the Lord; they are under the overall authority of the towering angel Tagas. Sarim are also said to be the seventy angels in charge of the nations. According to custom, all of the guardian angels of the nations-fell from grace and are now counted among the fallen angels-with the exception of Michael.
Sasnigiel A angel mentioned in the Third Book of Enoch and ranked as one of the members of the angelic hierarchy. He, like all of the other angelic princes, wears a magnificent crown, which he removes in the presence of one of the angelic princes ranked higher than he in the celestial hierarchy.
Satan The leader of the fallen angels and one of the embodiments of every kind of evil; he rules over the demons and devils in hell and plots their chronic struggle against God and heaven. One of the most significant figures in religious history, he has been known by a host of names (Lucifer, the Devil, evil one, father of lies, Mephistopheles, Mr. Scratch, etc.). Satan's primary purpose is to tempt humanity into sin (Matthew 4:3) and 1 Thessalonians 3:5), the very sin he helped to create. According to Christian lore, Satan was once one of the mightiest and most beloved angels in all of heaven. Aside from his post as a chief minister to the Lord, he was also head or chief of the angelic choirs of the seraphim and virtues (he may also have been prince over the powers and archangels). He was perhaps a member of the seraphim, which makes sense given his luminosity. When God created humanity, Satan refused to bow down to humans. When he still refused when the Lord commanded him, he crossed over the barrier of obedience and became the first angel to sin. He declared war with God. This ended in defeat and he and one-third of the angels were expelled from heaven. Satan remains the most profound expression of evil. He struggles endlessly to ensnare the souls of humankind.
Satqiel One of the princes of the seven heavens as noted in the Third Book of Enoch. Satqiel is in charge of the fifth heaven, and, as with other angelic princes, he is attended by 496,000 myriads of ministering angels.
Scourging Angels The grim name given to the group of angels (called in the Hebrew malache habbala) who were beheld by the patriarch Abraham during his visit to Paradise.
Seals See Merkabah Angels.
Seasons, Angels of the- A group of four angels, with their assistants, who have authority or act as patrons of the seasons of the year. The angels are as follows: Spring-Spugliguel, aided by Amatiel and others:Summer-Tubiel, aided by Tariel and others:Fall-Torquaret, aided by Guabarel and others:Winter-Attarib, aided by Amabael and others.
Sefira The singular of the important angelic beings the sefiroth.
Sefiroth The plural for the sefira, the divine emanations found in the Jewish mystical system of the Qabalah, through which God, as the en-Sof (the Divine), brought into existence all of Creation. Also known as sephiroth, they can be considered the ten delegated powers of God, controlling the basic structure of the universe and representing ten attributes of the Divine. There are ten holy sefiroth that emanated from the right hand of the Lord and ten unholy sefiroth that were from the left. The holy sefiroth act as his means of interacting with his Creation.
Segef An angel mentioned in the work Jewish Magic and Superstition by Joshua Trachtenberg. He is to be ranked among the feared angels of destruction and is traditionally invoked at the end of the Sabbath.
Semalion Probably a variant spelling for the angel Samael; nevertheless, under this name an angel is declared in the Talmud as having proclaimed to the world that Moses had finally died, shouting out, "The Lawgiver is dead!"
Semyaza According to Jewish mythology the leader of the fallen angels, children of heaven who descended from the celestial kingdom and entered into union with the women of the world. Also called Semyaz, Shamazya, and Semiaza, he brought with him two hundred fellow angels; they not only begot children by the women, they taught humanity a variety of useful talents, such as medicine and plants, and some destructive skills as well, including sword making, astrology, and adultry. Most wicked of all were the children of the angels, giants who stood several miles high and brought much suffering to the people of earth. In vengeance, the Lord dispatched his most powerful angels, including Michael and Gabriel, and they imprisoned the fallen angels in the valleys of the earth. The giants were later wiped out in the Great Flood of Noah fame.
Seraph The shortened version of the angelic choir of the seraphim, generally used in the singular when referring to one member of that august angelic body. Milton, for example, in his Paradise Lost, refers to the faithful seraph Abdiel.
Seraphiel Also Serapiel, the chief or prince of the high angelic order of the seraphim. One of the most resplendent of all angels, he is described as having the face of an angel and the body of an eagle, which is full of eyes so many in number that they cannot be counted, each shining forth like the morning star. As chief of the seraphim, Seraphiel has the main duty of standing by his angelic charges and teaching them every manner of song, psalm, and chant in eternal praise to God.
Seraphim (Choir) The highest and most splendid of the nine accepted angelic orders as developed by the sixth-century theologian Dionysius the Areopagite and largely embraced by the Christian Church. Not only are the seraphim the highest of the nine choirs, they are ranked first in the first triad of the Dionysian scheme, with the cherubim and the thrones. Without question they are the closest in all of heaven to the very throne of God, and their primary function is to circle the incomprehensibly beautiful throne in perpetual adoration of the Lord. According to Enoch, each seraphim has six wings. The last detail is corroborated by the Old Testament Book of Isaiah (6:1-3).
shaitan In Arabic legend, a fallen angel generally identified with the Islamic devil Iblis or Satan.
Shamiel Also Shamael and Shammiel, one of the leaders in Jewish lore of the angelic choirs in their singing the praises of God. Other angels mentioned in this role have included Tagas, Metatron, Radueriel, Asaph, Heman, and Jeduthun.
Shamsiel Also Shamshiel. a leading angel in the celestial hierarchy whose name means "light of God." He is the angelic guardian of the fourth heaven (although Sahaqiel is often named in this post as well) and is honored as the guardian of Paradise, a title that makes him the chief protector of the Garden of Eden. Curiously, in the First Book of Enoch and under the name Sasomaspeel or Samsapeel, he is ranked as one of the fallen angels who descended to the earth and cohabited with women.
Shatqiel An angel mentioned in the Third Book of Enoch as belonging to the exalted ranks of the princes of the seven heavens, meaning that he may be termed one of the archangels. He is in charge of the fifth heaven and like his fellows, is attended by some 496,000 myriads of ministering angels. In other sources he is named as the guardian or prince of the fourth heaven.
Sidriel Also Sabrael, a high-ranking angel mentioned in the Third Book of Enoch. He is one of the princes of the seven heavens and is in charge of the first heaven. Thus honored as being one of the archangels. As the others, is attended by 496,000 myriads of ministering angels. He is often credited with the post of chief or prince of the angelic order of the tarshishim, the Hebrews equivalent of the virtures.
Simiel One of the angels removed from official lists of angels to be venerated by the Church in 745 at a council in Rome.
Soperiel Yhwh Also Sopheriel and Sofriel, two of the mighty angelic princes of heaven in Jewish lore; they have the task of keeping the large books in which are recorded the names of all those who will have life and the names of all those who will die. Soperiel means "who puts to death" and Soperiel means "who makes alive." They possess two of the most important works in all of Creation, reading the names of all who ever shall be born and the exact times and moments of each living person's demise.
Sophia See Pistis Sophia.
Soqedhozi Yhwh An angelic prince in Jewish lore. He has charge over the incredibly delicate and accurate scale in which the souls of all humans are weighed at the time of their judgment before the throne of God. The scales measure their merits against their faults and sins; those found wanting in the merits department are cast out for eternal punishment. Like the other angels who stand in the court of the Lord, Soqedhozi is utterly without pity in the execution of his duties, although like all angels, his heart grieves at the wickedness of men and women.
Soterasiel Yhwh A formidable angelic prince whose name means "he who stirs the fire of God" and who is mentioned in the Third Book of Enoch as having authority over the four great chiefs of the River of Fire (the river flowing from the throne of God). He has the privilege of stirring the fiery waters of the river and is the sole angel who grants permission to other angelic princes to enter or leave the so-called Shekinah, often described as the glory that emanates from the Lord. He is considered one of the tallest angels in heaven.
Souls, Carriers of- One of the important functions of some angels, namely to fetch the souls of the deceased and transport them to the next world. Thus both the blessed and the damned are first carried to heaven, and, once there, the Book of Life, containing the list of those chosen from time inmemorial, is read to determine if the deceased's name is in it.
Spirit of God The translated title of the Latin phrase spirtus Dei that is used by the noted Christian apologist Lactantius (d. 323) for angels.
Sraosha Also Sirush, an angelic being found in the lore of the Zoroastrians, the ancient religion of Persia. He is ranked as one of the amesha spentas, the holy immortals, and is one of the spirits who figure in the afterlife of all humanity. He carries the souls of the deceased to the next world. He is also in some legends a defender of humanity, journeying down to the world to chase away all evildoers, especially the devils and bringers of sin.
Stars The lights of the night sky and the constellations that figure in the lore of angels. As with the planets, nature, and just about everything else, the stars are said to be directed in their paths and function through the assistance or guardianship of angels. In some Jewish legends the syars are said to be under the charge of the angel Kokbiel, while the constellations are under Rahatiel. The stars have also been considered another name for the angels themselves, as seen in the declaration by the Lord in the Old Testament Book of Job (38:4-7).
Sukallin A type of angelic being found in the mythology of the Sumerians and Babylonians. The sukallin are considered precursors or a foreshadowing of the later angels.
Sun, Angels of the- A title borne by a number of likely angelic candidates. In the lore of Enoch, Galgalliel is listed as having charge over the orb of the sun, but other angels of the sun include Michael, Raphael, Varcan, and especially Uriel. The last angel, whose very name means "fire of God," os perhaps (after Galgalliel) the angelic potentate most deserving of the title.
Suruel Also Suriel, a mighty archangel, often identified with Uriel, Metatron, and Ariel. Suruel appears in a number of Jewish legends, including those surroundings the Lawgiver, Moses. With the angel of the burning bush (Zagzagel), he is supposedly one of the main sources of Moses' great knowledge; in recognition of his contributions to the life of Moses, Suruel was permitted by God to descend to the earth at the appointed time and retrieve the mighty soul of the Lawgiver, whose death had been proclaimed by the angel Semalion. Suruel also appears in the First Book of Enoch as one of the grand archangels, with Raphael, Michael, Gabriel, and Saraqael.

Tablibik   A spirit of fascination and one of the genii of the fifth hour.
Tabris An angel of the sixth hour who presides over free will, self-determination, choice and alternatives. When you feel stuck in any situation, pray to this illumined one for the ability to see creative alternatives.
Tafel X   An angel invoked in magical rites.
Tagas   A great angelic prince, conductor of the song uttering choirs.
Taharial(Tahariel)   An angel of purity who is prayed to by those who need to cleanse their thoughts, spirits or surroundings.
Talia(tah-lee-uh) Hebrew: Heaven's dew, name of angel
Taliahad   Angel of water. Talihad's name is found inscribed on the seventh pentacle of the sun. Physical Strength/Travel & Sport Safety.
Tamael    A Friday angel of the third heaven. He is invoked from the East.
Tar   One of the ten angels that accompany the sun on it's daily course.
Tariel   One of the three angels of summer. Tariel figures in Syrian incantation charms. He is invoked along with other spellbinding angels in the "binding of the tongue of the ruler".
Tarot   The angel of time. Stands between Earth and Heaven, clothed in white robe with wings of flame and a golden halo around his head. One foot on land the other, in the sea, behind him the sun rises and on his brow is the sign of eternity and life: the circle.
Tarwan  One of the 10 angels that accompany the sun on it's daily course.
Tebliel  One of the seven angels with dominion over the earth.
Teiaiel  In Cabala, an angel that can fortell the future. He is a throne angel and controls maritime expeditions and commercial ventures.
Telantes   An angel invoked in Solomonic Wax magical operations.
Tempast   An angel of the first hour of the day, serving under Gamiel.
Temperance An angel with the sign of the sun on his forehead, on his breast the square & triangle of septenary. Pouring from one chalice into two essences which compose the elixir of life.
Tepiseuth Angel of part of an hour.
Terathel   An angel of the order of dominions. He "propagates light, civilization and liberty".
Terentia(ta-ren-shah) Greek: Guardian.
Tetra  An angel invoked in ritual magic prayer for the fulfillment of an invocant's desires. Tetra is noted to be a "great and glorious spirit"
Tharsis Great Angel of Choices & Life Decisions.
Thelesis(Aisthesis or "Free Will") One of four great luminaries that emenated from Divine Will.
Theliel An angelic prince of love invoked in ceremonial magic to procure the woman desired by the invocant.
Thiel  An angel serving in the second heaven but also serves in the third. He is the ruling prince of Wednesday and invoked from the North. He is one of the intelligence's of the planet Venus.
Thoth An angel of the eighth hour of the night.
Tiel   One of the angelic guards of the gates of the North wind.
Tileion An angel invoked in the benediction of salt.
Tilonas   An angel invoked in the conjuration of ink and colors.
Time   An angel named so in the Tarot Number 14. He is winged, the sign of the sun on his forehead and the triangle of septenary on his chest. He pours the essence of life from one chalice to another. He is also called Temperance. In Ecclesiastes 9 and 12 he is referred to the ministering angel who presides over each act mans performs.

Myth: Once the creator contemplated destroying the earth and called for his angels to consult with them. Among them all were three angels Time, Minutes and Seconds.
Tirtael  Guard of, (one of the many) of the gates of the East Wind.
Tixmion An angel invoked in the benediction of the salt.
Tomimiel A governing angel of the zodiac.
Torquaret   An angel who precides over the season of Autumn.
Trgiaob As an angel who protects wild birds, we pray to this illumined one to protect all birds from extinction, pollution and destruction of their habitat. Whenever you hear a bird sing, Trgiaob is near.
Trsiel  An angel who has dominion over rivers.
Tsaphiel One of the angels governing the moon.
Tual  In ceremonial magic, one of the angel's representing Taurus the bull.
Tubiel An angel invoked for the return of small birds to their owner. Also the head of the sign of Summer.
Tulatu One of the eight angels of omnipotence.
Turmiel One of the numerous angelic guards at the gate of the west wind.
Tuwahel A ministering angel invoked in ritual magic.
Tzadiqel The archangel who rules Jupiter on Thursday.
Tzadiquel Brings Memory of Past Lives, Former Incarnations & Future Lives. Helps With Medicine, Alchemy.
Tzadkiel Angel of divine justice.
Tzaphqiel Protects from All Evil.
Tzedeqiah Brings Honor, Fame, Riches, Glory.

Ubaviel   An angel with the dominion over the sign of Capricorn.
Umabel In the Cabala, Umabel is said to have dominion over physics and astronomy. He is also one of the 72 angels bearing the mystical name of God Shemhamphorae. His corresponding angel is Ptiau.
Umeroz An angel of the second hour of the night.
Uriel (Ministration) A patron angel of literature and music, Uriel bestows upon us the gift of creative fire, as well as the power of prophecy. We appeal to him for foresight into the future and for help in developing our psychic abilities. Uriel is an angel of transformation, archangel of salvation, regent of the sun, overseer of Tartarus, and is the spirit of ministration and peace. He helps turn our worst disappointments into our greatest blessings. He is one of the angels of chance, (as in gambling), emergencies, judgment, scroll. More on Uriel here.
Uriron An angel invoked as an amulet against sorcery and sudden death.
Urpaniel   An angel's name found inscribed on an asian charm for warding off evil.
Uvael  A Monday angel, resident of the first Heaven and invoked from the North.
Uwula A ministering angel invoked at an eclipse of the sun or moon.
Uzza The tutelary angel of the Egyptians.
Uzziel(Strength of God)(Faith)  Angel of the order of Virtues and Cherubim. Also one of the 7 angels who stand before the throne of glory and among the 9 who set over the 4 winds. Uzziel is commanded by Gabriel to "coast the south wind with the strictest watch" Also known as an angel of mercy, under the ruler ship of Metatron. When you invite Uzziel to touch you with faith, your spiritual growth is accelerated and peace fills your heart.

Valoel It is traditionally believed that this perfect being holds dominion over peace. We pray to Valoel to enfold us with his wings of serenity and to fill our hearts with tranquility and contentment.
Vaol An angel who's name appears on the first pentacle of the moon. Talent/Music/Art/Writer/Skill/Etc, Success.
Varcan An angel with dominion over the sun. He is referred to as the king of the angels of the air, ruling on the Lord's day.
Vassago Invoked to discover a woman's deepest secret. He is a Prince of the nether realms where he busies himself finding lost possessions and fortelling the future.
Vatale A prince over all the angels and Caesars.
Veguaniel An angel ruler of the third hour of the day.
Vehiel   An angel whose name is inscribed on the first pentacle of the moon. Angel Gives Astral Projection Success.
Vehuel An angel of the order of Principalities; also a zodiac angel and he is also one of the 72 angels bearing the mystical name of the God Shemhamphorae.
Vehuiah One of eight seraphim invoked to fulfill prayers. He governs the first rays of the sun.
Vel A resident of the third heaven. A Wednesday angel invoked from the south.
Venibbeth An angel invoked in conjuring of invisibility.
Verchiel Angel of the month of July, ruler of the sign Leo, He is also one of the rulers of the order of powers (potentates, authorities, dynamis) He is also the governor of the sun. Gives powers of the intellect, language, learning & math.
Vesta Latin: Guardian of the sacred fire.
Vhnori One of the two governing angels of the sign Sagittarius.
Virtues The virtues are an order of Angels. Their special gifts to humanity are giving help to people who are in a position where courage is needed. They help people who actively try to change the world and unblock its stubborn energy ruts. These Angels have authority over natural forces such as weather phenomenon and astral energy currents. In that it is necessary to be astrally aware to communicate with Angels the virtues are good to call on to help in this process. The extraterrestrial energies that effect us are associated with telepathy, universal thinking and even have a link to computers. It is possible that Angels are actually helping cause the computer age in an attempt to use energy to promote global unity, this would be typical of their style of controlling us. This means that you should see a connection between the general ethereal system with its telecommunications of all sorts and human mind power and, of course, telepathy. The virtues will be interested in what you want to do with the media, they are looking for displays of courage and prefer things to stay in the positive side. Since the Angels don't seem to have absolute control, the world is allowed to be imperfect and computers are used for bad and good. Some of the Ruling Princes of the order of Virtues are Haniel, Michael, Sabriel, Uzziel, Raphael, Barbiel, Usiel, Tarshish and Peliel. In Zoroastrianism the Angel, Asha, is known as the Angel of virtue. To some ancient Egyptians the chief of the Virtues was Pi-Rhe. Their link with manifesting circumstantial powers through energy makes them the miracle Angels who part the red sea and send natural powers to help in the nick of time. This shows an authority above the Gods and Goddesses of nature and therefore the Angels are reserved in their use of power. The need for clear communication is made clear by these Angels. They are more prone to respond to those with good posture who fill their whole lungs with air when they speak and who are mentally and emotionally clear about what they speak. In other words, you must work on yourself to be able to communicate with Angels.
Vohal   An angel of power invoked in conjuring rites.
Voizia The angel of the 12th hour of the day.
Vraniel The angel of the 10th hour of the night.
Vretil The archangelic keeper of the treasury of Sacred Books. He is said to be wiser than the other archangels. He is also called "the scribe of the knowledge of the Most High".
Vvael A Monday angel who resides in the first heaven and is invoked from the north.

Wallim An angel serving in the 1st heaven.
Weatta An angel of the Seal.

Xexor An benevolent spirit invoked in conjuring rites.


Yabbashael One of the seven angels with dominion over the earth.
Yahala One of the numerous angelic guards of the West Wind.
Yahel An angel who's name is inscribed on the fourth pentacle of the moon. Angel Opens Lock, Doors, Reveals Secrets.
Yarashiel One of the numerous angelic guards of the gates of the East Wind.
Yashiel An angel whose name is found inscribed on the first pentacle of the moon. Gives Business & Careers Success.
Yefefiah(Dina) Angel of the Torah, instructed Moses in the mysteries of the cabala.
Yekahel  One of the spirits of the planet Mercury. His name is inscribed on the first pentacle of the planet.
Yephiel The angels whose name is found on an Asian charm for warding off evil.
Yrouel His name is found inscribed on amulets worn by women during pregnancy. Yroul is the angel of fear, a common angel.
Yura The spirit of light and rain.
Yurkemi   The angel of hail. A legend says that Yurkemi offered to extinguish the fire consuming the three men in the fiery furnace but Gabriel would not have it, contending that Yurkemi's help would not suffice.

Zacharel  Angel grants strength & physical powers.
Zachriel  An angel who rules over memory.
Zadkiel(Prayer) An angel of solace, charity and gentleness. We pray to-this sacred one for comfort when we are in need of gentle guidance. Zadkiel also kindles a desire for spiritual development in humankind. He guards the powers of invocation; the best known and most powerful form: prayer.
Zafrire Morning spirits.
Zagzagel(Wisdom) Angel of wisdom, chief guard of the 4th heaven, angel of the burning bush. Teaches us how to listen and see inwardly. Wisdom is the result of searching deep within for truth.
Zahariel(Brightness) A great angel invoked to resist temptations.
Zakkiel The angel governing storms.
Zalbesael(Heart of God) An angel who has dominion over the rainy season.
Zaliel  A Tuesday angel, resident of the 5th Heaven. He is invoked from the south.
Zamael  Teaches & Doubles All Sexual Pleasures.
Zavael An angel who controls and has dominion over whirlwinds.
Zayday One of the angels of the seven planets.
Zazel A great angel, particularly effective in love conjurations. He is the spirit of Saturn. Along with the angel Asiel, he can be used to protect against sudden death. (In a talisman.)
Zechiel Brings Happiness, Harmony, JOY.
Zeffar  "The genius of irrevocable choice". He also serves at the 9th hour.
Zehanpuryu'h(This One Sets Free) A great angelic prince: advocate general of heaven and dispenser of divine mercy. With Michael he is the dispenser of inerrable balances. He is one of the crown prices of the Merkaba with higher ranking than that of Metatron.
Zeirna Genius of infirmities and genii of the fifth hour.
Zephon(A Looking Out)  Guardian prince of Paradise. The sixth sefira, one of the cheribum. Gabriel sent Zephon along with Ithuriel to find satan. They found him in the garden of Eden while he was tempting Eve.
Zeriel(or Zuriel),(God Is My Rock) Prince of the order of principalities, ruler of Libra, and one of the 70 childbed amulet angels, also a curer of stupidity in man. When equated with Uriel, he is the angel of September.
Zethar The angel of/over immortality. He is also one of the angels of confusion.
Zianor An angel invoked in the conjuration of ink and colors.
Zidkiel Angel of the Terebinth tree.
  Ziquiel (Zikiel) The angel of comets or meteors.
Zizuph A genius of mysteries and one of the genii of the 8th hour.
Zophiel Commands & contact Spirits/Spirit Guides.
Zuphlas  This angelic benefactor protects and safeguards the forests and trees. We appeal to this angel to save the rain forests of the earth and to inspire the human race to honor, respect and save the trees. Also the genii of the 11th hour.
Zuriel Prince of the order of principalities, ruler of the sign of Libra. Also one of the childbed amulets angels and an angel of September. He can cure stupidity in men. (men meaning humans)



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