Ea - (Taurine Angel)
Ebed - One of the many names of the great angel Metatron.
Eblis (Iblis, Haris) -
["despair"]. In Persian and Arabic lore, Eblis
is the equivalent of the Christian Satan. As an angel in
good standing he was once a treasurer of the Heavenly Paradise,
according to Ibn Abbas in Jung's "Fallen Angels in
Jewish, Christian and Mohammedan Literature." Beckford,
in the oriental romance "Vathek," introduces Eblis
thus: "Before his fall he [Eblis] was called Azazel.
When Adam was created, God commanded all the angels to worship
him [Adam], but Eblis refused." This is also the legend
quoted in Ginzberg, "Legends of the Jews I, 63: "Me
thou hast created of smokeless fire, and shall I reverance
a creature made of dust?" Thereupon God turned Eblis
into a shetan [devil] & he became the father of devils.
To both Augustine and Mohammed, Eblis was a Djinn rather
than an angel. There is a tradition that the great grandson
of Eblis was taught by Mohammed certain suras of the Koran.
Ebriel (Evriel) - The 9th of the 10 unholy Sephiroth. (The Qlippoth).
Ebuhuel - An angel of omnipotence, one of 8, as recorded in "The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses." Ebuhuel may be invoked in Kabbalistic conjurations.
Ecanus (Elkanah, Elkanus, Ethan) - As noted in the apocalyptic "IV Esdras," Ecanus is one of 5 "men" (angels) who, on orders from God, transcribed the 94 (or 204) books dictated to the by Ezra. The 5 "men" were, including Ecanus, Sarea, Dabria, Selemia, and Asiel. Some versions give Ethan for Ecanus. Of the books, 70 were to be kept hidden, "reserved for the wise among the Jews." These contained esoteric knowledge while the rest were for public use.
Efchal (Efachal, Ephkal. Efchiel, Zophiel) - Another name for the angel Zophiel, according to the Sefer Raziel. The name used for Zophiel during his reconnaissance in the abyss (and also Hell) at the time of the First War.
Efniel - an angel belonging to the order of Cherubim. Associated with Zephon. In The Book of the Angel Raziel, the name Efniel, which occurs there, might have been Milton's inspiration for the angel Zephon.
Egibiel - One of the 28 angels governing the 28 mansions of the moon.
Egion - In the "Ma'asseh Merkabah," an angelic guard of the 7th Heavenly hall in Araboth.
Egoroi - (Grigori)
Egregori - (Grigori)
Egrimiel (Egrumiel) - In Pirke Hechaloth, an angelic guard stationed in one of the halls of the 6th Heaven.
Eheres - In occult lore, an angel invoked in the exorcism of Wax. Lewis Spence claims the name is "attributed to the Holy Spirit."
Eiael - An angel with dominion over occult sciences, longetivity, etc. Eiael is also one of the 72 angels bearing the name of God, Shemhamphorae. His corresponding angel is Abiou. His sigil is reproduced in La Kabbale Pratique, p. 294. When Eiael is conjured up, the invocant must recite the 4th verse of Psalm 36.
Eighth Heaven - Called Muzaloth. Enoch II says it is home to the 12 signs of the zodiac; but the 9th Heaven is also given as the home of the signs. (See 9th Heaven).
Eirnilus - In Apollonius of Tyana, "The Nuctemeron," a genius (angel) with dominion over fruit (and the ripening of fruits). He serves also as on of the genii of the 6th hour of day.
Eisheth Zenunim (Isheth Zenunim) - In Zoharistic Kabbalah, an angel of whoredom or prostitution. She is one of the 4 mates of the evil Sammael. The other 3 consorts are Lilith, Naamah, and Agrat bat Mahlaht.
Eistibus - Genius of divination, one of the genii of the 4th hour of day.
El (IL) - A term for God or angel. El was first seen as "il" in Ugaritic context and literally means "divine power" or "diety." Plural is "Elohim" or "Gods." It was originally used to describe beings (angels) as deities when in connection to their name. ex: Uriel = "the light god", but because it's singular form became synonimous with "the one God", it has since become a reference to God in the angel's name. ex: Uriel = "the light of God." This has become a common practice out of ever-present fear of angelolatry (veneration or worship of angels) within major religion, and is likely the cause of missing or altered angel names which didn't make sense in the translation "of God." (See Elohim). In the Levant as a whole, El or Il was the supreme god, the father of mankind and all creatures and the husband of the Goddess Asherah as attested in the tablets of Ugarit.The word El was found at the top of a list of gods as the Ancient of Gods or the Father of all Gods, in the ruins of the Royal Library of the Ebla civilization, in the archaeological site of Tell Mardikh in Syria dated to 2300 BC. Also, in Canaanitish epic lore, El was an angel who begot Shahar and Shalim by a mortal woman. (was one of the Grigori). He was later considered a desert god, as the myths say that he had two wives and built a sanctuary with them and his new children in the desert. El had fathered many gods, but most important were Hadad, Yaw and Mot, each of whom has similar attributes to the Greco-Roman gods Zeus, Ophion and Thanatos respectively. Ancient Greek mythographers identified El with Cronus (not Chronos) in the pantheon associations.
Eladel - One of the 72 angels ruling the zodiac, as listed in Runes, The Wisdom of the Kabbalah.
El-Adrel - In Shah, The Secret Lore of Magic, a genius (angel) who is invoked to bring the invocant the music of his choice. (Music in his head). El-Adrel is mentioned in the Book of Powers.
Elamiz - An angel of the 11th hour of the night, serving under Dardariel.
Elamos - In Solomonic conjuring rites, a spirit invoked in prayer by the Master of the Art.
El Auria (Auriel) - An angel of flame. Equated with Ouriel or Uriel.
Elders - The Revelation of St. John speaks of 24 elders sitting on 24 thrones around the throne of God, clothed in white garments, "having each a harp and golden bowls full of incense, which are the prayers of the saints." According to Charles, Critical Commentary on the Revelation of St. John, the Elders are angels, acting as "angeli interpretes" to John. They constitute, Charles believes, "a college or order of angels." deriving originally from the 24 Babylonian star-gods, and are the angelic representatives of the 24 priestly orders. In Enoch II, the Elders are to be found in the 1st of the 7 Heavens. In the psuedoepigraphical Vision of Paul the 24 Elders are among Cherubim and Archangels in Heaven, "singing hymns." Dante in Purgatorio, canto 29, speaks of the "four and twenty elders, two-by-two, upon their brows crowns of fleurs-de-lis." They are illustrated by Gustave Dore here, in mystic procession. Prudentius (Latin-Christian poet, 4th-5th century C.E.) describes the Elders in a poem called "Diptychon," written to accompany paintings or mosaics for a church.
Elect One, The - The son of Man. The incarnations of messiah sent to Earth on behalf of God. Can be seen as "avatars", Christ, Buddah, Mohammed, Melchiedizeik among them. In Enoch I, the Elect One is identified as Metatron, or associated (guarded by) Metatron, and is also "The Son of Man", or "Lord of Spirits."
Electors - In Conybeare, The Testament of Solomon, there are 7 planetary spirits or angels of Hell, the notion deriving from the Maskim of the Akkadians. The 7 are: Barbiel (under the rule of Zaphiel), Mephistophiel (under Zadkiel), Ganael (under Apadiel and Camael), Aciel (under Raphael), Anael (under Haniel), Ariel (under Michael), Marbuel (under Gabriel). In the Magia Naturalis et Innaturalis, the Electors are fiends (not angels), and their names are given as: Dirachiel, Amnodiel, Adriel, Amudiel, Tagriel, Annixiel, Geliel, Eequiel. Agrippa's list of the 7 Electors, which more or less agrees with the list in The Testament of Solomon, has Bludon and Apadiel in place of Anael and Ganael.
Eleinos - In Gnostic lore, one of the powers or great aeons. Associated with Raphael.
El El - One of the angelic guards at the gates of the North Windm as cited in Ozar Midrashim II.
Eleleth (Heleleth) - In the Apocryphon of John, one of the 4 luminaries that stand around the arch-aeon Autogenes. (See Heleleth).
Elemiah - One of the 8 Seraphim of the Tree of Life in the Book of Yetzirah, and one of the 72 angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae. Elemiah rules over voyages and maritime expeditions. His corresponding angel is Senacher. His Sigil.
Eliel (Elael) - In Montgomery's Aramaic Incantation Texts from Nippur, an angel "that may be invoked in ritual magic."
Elijah (Elijiah, Elias) - ["my God is Jehovah"]. In the Old Testament, 2 Hebrew patriarchs were translated to Heaven while they were still alive: God "took" Enoch (Genesis 5); Elijah was transported in a fiery chariot (II Kings 2:11). Enoch was transformed into the angel Metatron; Elijah into Sandalphon. However, Elijah was also thought to be a Walker, or an angel who came down as a man, and as an angel was called: "one of the greatest and mightiest of the fiery angel host." Another legend relates that Elijah fought the angel of death, subdued him, and would have annihilated him but for the intervention of God. In the Talmud there is a similar tale relating to Moses' encounter with the angel of death - in fact, with several of them. Malachi 4:5 prophesies that Elijah would be the forerunner of the Messiah. In Luke, Elijah appears with Moses on the Mount of Transfiguration, in conversion with Jesus. In Heaven, according to the Pirke Rabbi Eliezer, Elijah is the "psychopomp whose duty is to stand at the crossways of Paradise and guide the pious to their appointed places." The hasidic Rabbi Elimelekh of Lizhensk (d. 1786) referred to Elijah after his transfiguration as the "Angel of the Covenant." In Jewish homes, at Passover festivals, the cup of Elijah is filled with wine, and a place is left vacant at the seder for him, "the expected guest." The British Museum, Oriental division, owns a manuscript (6673) showing Elijah eating the fruit of the Tree of Life in Paradise, at which he is joined by Enoch. The drawing is reproduced here. Blake, in his Marriage of Heaven and Hell, pictures Elijah as a composite devil and angel. "I beheld the angel who stretched out his arms embracing the flame of fire, and he was consumed and arose as Elijah. Blake adds a note: "This Angel, who is now become a Devil, is my particular friend." As an man, Elijah was guarded and visited by the angel Daniel (a great aeon). As an angel (Sandalphon), he is under Daniel's command.
Elilaios - In Gnosticism, Elilaios is one of the 7 archons, and a resident of the 6th Heaven.
Elim - ["God's", "mighty ones"]. The word means literally, "God's", but was also used as a general title for "trees." The term also denotes a high order of angels mentioned in Enoch III, along with the orders of Erelim and Tafsarim. The name Elim belongs to the guardian angel of Libbeus the Apostle.
Elimelech - ["God is my King"]. An angel of summer derived from Enoch I. Associated with the angel He'el, "leader of the heads of thousands."
Elimiel - In Jewish Kabbalah, the angel (spirit, intelligence) of the moon. Associated with Gabriel as an angel under him.
Eliphaniasai - An angel of the 3rd chora or altitude invoked in magical prayer, as set forth in The Almadel of Solomon.
Elion (Elyon) - ["the most high God"]. A variant for the Phoenician deity Elyon. Also an aide to Ofaniel in the 1st Heaven. Elion is an angel invoked in the conjuration of the Reed. He is also a ministering angel. By invoking Elion, Moses was able to bring down hail onto Egypt at the time of the plagues. Elion is also the deity of Melchizedek whom Abraham is represented to have identified with Yahweh (God), in Genesis 14, 18, 19, & 22.
Elkanah - (Ecanus)
Eloa - The greate (male) angel in Klopstock, The Messiah. In Alfred de Vigny's poem "Eloa" (1823), it is the name of a female angel born of a tear shed by Jesus.
Eloai - According to Origen, one of the 7 archons in the Ophitic Gnostic system.
Eloeus (Eloas) - In Phoenician mythology, one of the 7 Elohim of the presence, builders of the Universe. In Ophitic (Gnostic) lore, he is one of 7 potentates, rulers of the 7 Heavens, who constitute the Hebdomad.
Elogium - An angel who rules over the month of Elul (September), in the Hebrew calendar. Ordinarily, the ruling angel of September is Uriel or Zuriel.
Eloha (Elohaym, Elohim) - A shortened variant of Elohim. As an individual angel, Eloha is of the order of Powers, as named in the Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses. Eloha is summoned in Kabbalistic conjuring rites to cure friendships and sour relationships. Eloha is female, her name taken from the feminine version of El ("God"), which is Eloh. (See Elohaym for the plural of female angels).
Elohaym (Eloham, Elohim) - ["Goddesses"]. A feminine version of Elohim. It means "female deities" (plural). Taken from the feminine version of El (Eloh), and the feminine plural " Represents the "daughters of Gods" or all female angels, or deities. (See: B'nah Elohim).
Eloheij (Elohiej) - ["God is within"]. An angel of the Seal of God. (As cited in the Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses).
Elohi - ["God will direct"]. An angel invoked in the exorcism of fire. Elohi is the 5th of the angelic hierarchies answering to the 10 divine names. In Solomonic conjuration rites, Elohi is invoked in prayer by the Master of the Art. According to Mathers, when the name of Elohi is pronounced "God will dry up the sea and the rivers." An older relation to this is that when Elohi is pronounced "God will dry the tears (of the invocant) even those in measure as to the sea and the rivers," denoting that Elohi is a summon of comfort.
Elohim (Il'lim, Ilohim, il'Al, Elati) - ["Gods"]. Means "deities" (plural) in Semitic languages. Literally translates as "The divinely powerful ones," from the word Eloh or El, meaning "deity." In Hebrew Elohim can be both singular and plural, adopted as singular to quell angelolatry (veneration or worship of angels) and polytheism (worshiping multiple Gods). To every other Semitic language, it remains plural, and being relatively unaltered in Hebrew texts, can still be read as plural with little confusion. In I Samuel 28:13, where the woman (not the witch) of Endor tells Saul "I saw Gods (the Hebrew given is Elohim) ascending out of the Earth," here the word seems to designate souls of the departed, rather than Gods (or perhaps mistaken for them). In The Zohar, Rabbi Isaac, commenting on the passage in Deuteronomy "And Elohim came to Balaam," says: "What we have learnt is that Elohim in this passage designates an angel, because sometimes the angel is called by the superior name." The usage of Elohim plural to describe angels even in the singular perhaps explains why the word came to designate a singular word for God, and was then appointed as God to any action not seen proper under an angel's power. In the Mirandola listing of the hierarchy, the Elohim rank 9th (where Dionysius gives the order as "angels"). In the Book of Formation, Elohim is listed 7th of the 10 Sephiroth and corresponds to Netzach (victory). See Blake's "Elohim Giving Life to Adam." The Elohim, while generally representing all Gods or the One God, is also a term used for the 7 Aeons, Archangels or primordial angels who (while usually still directly under God), created the Universe and oversee the Heavens. (See: The Elohim).
Eloi (Eloiein) - In Gnosticism, one of the 7 angels (Elohim) created by Ialdabaoth (The Demiurge), "in his own image."
Eloiein (Eloi) - One of the 7 archons (celestial powers) in Gnostic cosmology.
Elomeel (Ilylumiel) - In Enoch I, one of the leaders over the angels of the Seasons.
Elomnia (Elomia, Elomina) - One of the 5 chief princes of the 3rd altitude.
Elorkas - (Elorkhaios, Arkhas)
Elorkhaios (Elorkas, Elorkhas, Arkhas)- A mysterious entity to whom the secrets of creation were divulged, as related in the Gnostic Praphrase of Shem. Associated with the primordial Arkhas.
Elorkhas - (Elorkhaios)
Elubatel - One of the 8 angels of omnipotence. Two other angels under this title are mentioned in the Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses as Ebuhuel and Atuesuel. They are conjured in the citation of Leviathans. In the dismissal, each angel's name "must be called 3 times toward the 4 corners of the Earth, and 3 times must be blown with the horn."
Elyon - (Elion)
Emekmiyahu - One of the many names of the angel Metatron.
Emiel - In occultism, an angel invoked in the exorcism of the Bat.
Emmanuel - ["The God among us"]. The angel in the fiery furnace who appeared beside Sidras, Misac, and Abednego. In conjuring rites, Emmanuel is summoned up under the 3rd Seal. In de Vigny's poem "Le Deluge," While often accredited to the messiah, (as "The God among us"), Emmanuel is the name of an angel who procreated with a mortal, as well as the name of the son the angel begat with the woman. The meaning of the name is probably derived from this as he "cohabited with man" and it was before the time of the Messiah. In the Kabbalah, Emmanuel is a sefira of Malkuth (the Kingdom) in the Briatic world.
Empire - An angelic order cited in lieu of Virtues in White, A History of the Warfare of Science with Theology in Christendom.
Empyrean - In Christian Angelology, the Empyrean is the abode of God and the angels. To Ptolemy, it is the 5th Heaven, seat of the deity, as it is to Dante and Milton. It is most likely the center of Araboth, where God's throne and curtain (Gaar) is said to be.
Enediel - One of the 28 angels governing the 28 mansions of the moon. Enediel is, more specifically, a spirit of the 2nd day of the moon's waning period. Under Gabriel.
Eneije - In occult lore, an angel of the Seal invoked in magical rites.
Enga - One of the ineffable names of God used in Monday conjurations addressed to Lucifer.
Enoch (Idris) - An antediluvian patriarch who had many relations to angels and demons alike. He was alive during the time of the Grigori's fall and played as an intermediate between those corrupted and the loyal angels (Even God himself). When the Nephilim were born unto the fallen Watchers, they petitioned for Enoch's aid, knowing that he was favored in Heaven. He assisted them by praying for their safety and interpreting several of their prophetic dreams. In the end, it was he, as their ambassador to God, who was sent to inform them of their impending doom. He was the grandfather of Noah, who was suspected to be a Nephilim. On Earth, Enoch is said to have composed 366 books. Those that are still in existence are primary sources of angelology as they account detailed trips to Heaven and descriptions of Angels roles and nature. Although he is mentioned in Genesis as being taken by God into Heaven, his books are widely seen as controversial as they describe the acts of the Grigori, including their fornication with the "daughters of men" (when Angels are thought to be sexless). Enoch was eventually "taken into" Heaven, to either receive a place among the saints or be transformed into the angel Metatron. To the Arabs, Enoch was Idris.
Enoch-Metatron (Enoch, Metatron) - The patriarch Enoch, in his role as the "transformed" angel Metatron. Becoming one of the greatest of all hierarchs, Enoch as Metatron was called "King over all the angels," in the Assyrian legend of the Epic of Izdubar. Legend has it that Metatron is the twin brother of Sandalphon, furthered by the story that the prophet Elijah was also "transfigured" into this angel in the same fashion as Enoch "in a fiery chariot drawn by fiery charges." When Enoch was supposedly transformed into Metatron, he was given 365,000 eyes and 36 pairs of wings. Legend also has it that Enoch was whisked to Heaven by the angel Anpiel to prepare him for the transformation before his final visit.
En Suf (Ain Soph) - ["The boundless"]. In the Kabbalah, the Ain Soph is either seen as an order of angels, or as a name for the supreme, invisible, unimaginable creator of the universe, the substance of God which became personalized in the Partsufim. As the order of angels, it is a veil which holds those angels in the second ring closest to God (with Ain on their outermost and Ain Soph Aur between them and the creator).
Entities - An order of angels in occult lore. These angels were sheathed in gold lame.
Enwo - In Mandean lore, a spirit of one of the 7 planets; specifically he is the uthra (angel) of science and wisdom, to be compared with Raphael in Judaeo-Christian angelology.
Eoluth - A Cherub of Seraph used for conjuring by Kabbalists.
Eomiahe - In occult lore, an angel invoked in the exorcism of the Bat.
Eon - (Aeon)
Ephemerae - Angels that lived only for a day or less, expiring right after they finished chanting the Te Deum.
Epima - The corresponding angel for Eiael.
Epinoia - In Valentinian Gnosticism, the first female manifestation of God. (The Shekinah). Also, the Holy Ghost, being regarded in some sources as the mother of the living, Zoe, hence female.
Epititiokh - A virgin Aeon, mentioned in Gnostic lore.
Eradin - The name of an angel invoked in special ceremonial rites.
Erastiel - An angel serving in the 4th division of the 5th Heaven.
Erathaol (Erathaoth) - One of the 7 archons of Gnostic theology. Origen, drawing on Ophitic sources, lists Erathaol or Erathaoth, along with Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, Onoel, Thautabaoth, and Sureil. When invoked, Erathaol manifests in the form of a dog.
Erathaoth - (Erathaol)
Eregbuo - Corresponding angel to the angel Daniel.
Erel - The name of a holy angel or of God by which demons are commanded to appear in Solomonic conjuration rites.
Erelim (Arelim, Erellim, Aralim) - ["The Valiant ones"]. Associated with the Ischim. An order under Ariel in the celestial hierarchy equated with the choir of the Thrones. The name is derived from Isaiah 33:7. The Erelim, composed of white fire, are stationed in the 3rd (or 4th or 5th) Heaven and consist of 70,000 myriads. In Ginzberg, The Legends of the Jews, the Erelimare said to be appointed over grass, trees, fruit, and grain. They were pointed out to Moses by Metatron when the lawgiver visited Paradise.Talmud Kathaboth 104a speaks of the "angelic order Aralim and the most distinguished of men being caught at the sacred ark," and that "the angelic order prevailed, and the sacred ark was captured." Although they are usually said to be under the rule of Ariel, according to Maseket Azilut, they are also "one of the 10 classes of angels under the rulership of Michael."
Eremiel (Jerimiel, Hierimiel, Jeremiel, Remiel) - An angel who watches over souls in the underworld. In Apocalypse of Elias, Eremiel is equated with Uriel. Variants appear in IV Esdras and Apocalypse of Sophonias.
Ergedial - One of the 28 angels under Gabriel who govern the 28 mansions of the moon.
Erionas (Erione) - In occult lore, an angel invoked in the exorcism of the Wax.
Ermosiel - An angel of the 2nd hour, serving under Anael.
Ero - The corresponding angel of Haziel.
Erotosi - Planetary genius of Mars, invoked in talismanic magic. In Hermetics, Erotosi is head of the order of powers.
Ertrael - A fallen angel listed in The Book of Enoch.
Erxla - (Erzla)
Erygion - The name of an angel (or of God) that Joshua invoked in order to gain victory over the Moabites.
Erzla (Erxla) - In the Clavicula Salomonis, a benign angel invoked in conjuration rites.
Esabiel - An angel of the order of powers.
Escavor - In the Grimorium Verum, an angel invoked in Solomonic magical rites.
Eschiel (Eshiel) - One of the 4 angels whose names are inscribed on the 1st pentacle of the planet Mars, the names of the other 3 angels being Ithuriel, Madiniel, and Bortzachiak (Barzachia).
Eschiros - In the Kabbalah, an angel of the 7 planets invoked in conjuring rites.
Eserchie (Oriston, Eserchiel) - The name of an angel (or of God) invoked by Moses when the latter brought frogs in Egypt as one of the plagues (frogs were also brought forth by invoking the name Zabaoth). According to Barrett, The Magus II, the name of Eserchie/Oriston was invoked by Moses when turning the rivers of Egypt to Blood.
Eserchiel - (Eserchie)
Eshiniel - In The Book of Protection, an angel invoked in Syriac spellbinding charms.
Eshmadai - In rabbinic literature, a king of demons; he is compared by some with the Persian Aeshma Deva, by others with the Hebrew Shamad the Destroyer.
Esor - A Cherub or Seraph used by Kabbalists in conjuring rites.
Esphares - The name of an angel (or of God) used in conjuring rites.
Espiacent - An angel used in the exorcism of the Wax for bringing about a successful accomplishment of one's work. Psalms must be cited after the rites of exorcism.
Estael - In black magic lore, The Secret Grimoire of Turiel, Estael is an intelligence of the planet Jupiter. He is usually invoked in the company of 3 other intelligences of the planet - Kadiel, Maltiel, and Huphatriel.
Estes - One of the many names of the angel Metatron.
Estraphel - (Etraphill)
Eth - ["time"]. An angelic power, associated with Uriel as the bringer of change and the keeper of fate. Eth is an entity who is charged with seeing to it that "all events occur at their appointed time." (see Time).
Ethan - (Ecanus)
Ethnarchs - Angels that exercise authority over nations (the tutelary angels, of which there were 70).
Etraphill (Estraphel) - One of the Arabic angels who will sound the trumpet on the Day of Judgement. Etraphill is very likely a variant form for Israfel.
Etrempsuchos (Astrompsuchos) - One of the celestial guardians of the 3rd Heaven's gates.
Euchey - An angel invoked in the exorcism of evil spirits through the application of incense and fumigation.
Eudaemon - A good spirit, a daemon. One of the Greek terms for an angel or attendant spirit.
Eurabatres (Iurabatres) - An angel of the planet Venus.
Eve - (Angel of Humanity)
Eved - One of the many names of the angel Metatron.
Exael - In Enoch I, an angel spoken of as the "10th of the great angels that taught men how to fabricate engines of war, works in silver and gold, and the uses of gems and perfume." One of the fallen Grigori. He now operates supposedly from the nether regions.
Exercitus - An apellation (like Stateia) for an angelic host.
Existon - An angel invoked in the Benediction of the Salt. A protector of Solomon's temple, Existon is cited in The Greater Key of Solomon.
Exousia - The Greek term for the angelic order translated variously as Powers, Authorities, or Virtues, in the New Testament. To Steiner (The Work of the Angels in Man's Astral Body) the Exousia are "Spirits of Form" in the angelic hierarchy.
Extabor (Extavor) - "One of the fair angels of God" employed in the exorcism of the Wax.
Extavor - (Extabor)
Exterminians - ["The Exterminator"].The Latin name for Abaddon.
Ezeqeel - ["Powerful God"]. In Enoch I, a fallen angel who taught "augury from the clouds."
Ezgadi - An angel's name used in conjuring rites for insuring the successful completion of journeys.
Ezoiil - A spirit (genii/angel) invoked in the exorcism of the Water.
Ezra - ["Savior"]. The Apocalypse of Esdras, referring to Ezra's translation to Heaven, thereafter accounts him "the scribe of the Most High, for ever and ever." Vretil, Enoch, Dabriel, all of whom are akso accounted celestial scribes.
Ezrael - ["The Helping God"]. An angel of wrath, as cited in the Apocalypse of Peter. In Sefer Gan Eden an angel is introduced "whose duty it is to save those of 'middle merit' or 'the unstable' ones from the angels of destruction; that angel is Ezrael (from Ezra - 'help')."
Ezriel - ["The Rescuing God"]. An angel's name found inscribed in an Aramaic amulet discovered among the recent Dead Sea Scrolls. Ezriel is referred to as an archangel in Montgomery's Aramaic Incantation Texts from Nippur.