Haael - One of the 72 angels of the zodiac.
Haaiah - An angel of the order of Dominations (Dominions), Haaiah rules over diplomacy and ambassadors, and is one of the 72 angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae. Haaiah's sigil is reproduced in Ambelain, La Kabbale Practique.
Haamiah - An angel of the order of Powers. Haamiah dominates religious cults and "protects all those who seek truth." His corresponding angel, according to the Kabbalah, is Serucuth. For Haamiah's sigil, see Ambelain, La Kabbale Practique.
Haarez - An angel of the Seal, as noted in The Sixth & Seventh Books of Moses.
Haatan - A genius who conceals treasures, according to Apollonius of Tyana, The Nuctemeron.
Habbiel (Habiel) - A Monday angel of the First Heaven, invoked in love charms.
Haborym - [Raum]
Habriel - An angel of the order of Powers, summoned in conjuring rites.
Habudiel - In Occultism, an angel of the Lord's Day. He is a resident of the 4th Heaven & invoked from the South.
Habuhiah (Habuiah) - An angel who exercises dominion over agriculture and fecundity. Habuhiah is one of the 72 angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.
Habuiah - [Habuhiah]
Hachashel - One of the 72 angels of the zodiac.
Hadakiel (Chadakiel) - With Grasgarben, another genius, Hadakiel governs the sign of Libra (the Balance) in the zodiac.
Hadar - ["Superior Benignity"]. Conceived of by the Kabbalists as a Sephira.
Hadariel - [Hadraniel]
Hadariron - An Archon. Named in lesser Hechaloth lore and in the Alphabet of Rabbi Akiba.
Hadarmiel - A holy angel mentioned in the Greater Key of Solomon.
Hadarniel - [Hadraniel]
Hadasdagedoy - In Hechaloth lore, an angelic guard of the 6th Heavenly hall in Araboth.
Hadiririon (Hadrion) - ["The most beloved one"]. Called "the beloved angel of God". Invoked in magical ritualistic rites.
Hadraniel (Hadarniel, Hadariel, Hadriel) - ["Majestic God", "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" (indicating more location than actual height). On seeing Hadraniel in Heaven, 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 did. On that occasion, Hadraniel spoke to Adam about the latter's possession of The Sefer Raziel (said to contain knowledge and secrets, in it's first edition, unknown even to angels). According to Zoharic legend, "when Hadraniel proclaims the will of the Lord, his voice penetrates through 200,000 firmaments," and according to the Revelation of Moses "with every word from his mouth go forth 12,000 flashes of lightning." In Gnosticism Hadraniel, great as he is, is "only one of 7 subordinates to Jehuel, prince of fire" (Jehuel is equated with Uriel). In Sefer ha-Heshek, Hadraniel is one of the 72+ names (aspects) of the great angel Metatron. In Enoch 3, Odeberg holds that it is possible for Hadraniel to be identified with Metatron and that he has indeed been so identified in apocalyptic literature. He is also said to work beneath Metatron as a general, and also under Uriel. This gives evidence of his association with both entities. He is also identified with Pusiel as Hadriel. (Both Jehuel and Pusiel are confused with Uriel on occasion.)
Hadriel (Hadraniel) - A variant name for Hadraniel. As Hadriel, he serves among the numerous angelic guards of the gates of the East Wind. Also equated with Pusiel in the revelation of Rabbi Joshua Ben Levi.
Hadrion (Hadiririon) - Variant form of Hadiriron. Answers fathers' prayers concerning their children.
Haduriel - In the Ma'asseh Merkabah, an angelic guard stationed at the 6th Heavenly hall at Araboth.
Hafaza - In Muslim lore, a term denoting angels. The term signifies both the choir and a specific order. The order constitutes a special class of 4 angels who "protect man from Jinn, men, & Satans." On these 4 angels devolves the duty of writing down the actions of mortals.
Hafkiel - In Montgomery, Aramaic Incantation Texts from Nippur, an angel invoked in the exorcism of demons.
Hagai (Haggai) - In the Ma'asseh Merkabah, an angelic guard stationed in the 5th Heavenly hall at Aaraboth.
Hagedola - An angel of the Seal, invoked in ceremonial rites. Twin aspect of Haggo.
Haggai (Hagai) - A minor Hebrew prophet called "God's messenger or angel." See the book of Haggai in the Old Testament. Thought to be the angel Hagai as a walker.
Haggo - An angel of the Seal, summoned in conjuring rites. Twin aspect of Hagedola.
Hagiel - The intelligence of Venus when the planet enters the signs of Taurus and Libra. Hagiel's Kabbalistic number is 49. Hagiel's ruling color is green. Among other properties Hagiel has is charge over the growing of flowers and the love of women. Hagiel is a rebirth angel who often appears as female with hair the color of saffron and wearing green. Hagiel's corresponding angel is Gadamel, the ruling spirit of Venus.
Hagios - The name of a great angel, or one of the secret names of God, used in invocation rites.
Hagith - Ruler of the planet Venus and one of the 7 Olympian spirits. Hagith is governor of 21 or 35 of the 196 Olympian provinces. His day is Friday. According to Agrippa, Hagith commands 4,000 legions of spirits & has the power of transmuting metals. Hagith's sigil is reproduced in Amulets and Talismans - Budge. In white magic, Hagith is one of the 7 stewards of Heaven.
Haglon - Angel of the 3rd hour of the night. Serves under Sarquamich.
Hahael (Hahahel, Haiaiel) - An angel of the choir of Virtues. Hahael protects Christian missionaries and all disciples of Christ. He is one of the 72 angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae. His corresponding angel is Chantare. His sigil can be found in Ambelain's La Kabbale Practique.
Hahahel - [Hahael, Haiaiel].
Hahaiah - An angel of the choir of Cherubim. He influences thoughts and reveals hidden mysteries to mortals. His corresponding angel is Atarph. His Sigil can be found in Ambelain's La Kabbale Practique.
Hahayel (Chayyliel) - In 3 Enoch, Hahayel is prince of ministering angels when these angels sit in at the divine judgement councils.
Hahaziah - One of the 72 angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.
Hahiniah - An angel of the choir of Virtues. Summoned in the Kabbalah.
Hahlii - In occult lore, an angel invoked in the conjuration of the Ink & Colors.
Hahowel - In The Sixth & Seventh Books of Moses, he is a ministering angel.
Hahuiah - One of the 72 angels bearing the name of the God Shemhamphorae.
Haiaiel (Hahahel, Hahael) - One of the 72 angels of the zodiac and the 72 angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae. His sigil is shown in Ambelain's La Kabbale Practique.
Hailael (Hayael) - Chief of the order of The Hayyoth ["the beasts"].
Haim - An angel who exercises dominion over the zodiacal sign of Virgo.
Hajoth Hakados - A species of angels inhabiting one of the hierarchies named "Jehovah," according to Spencer, An Encyclopaedia of Occultism. Hajoth Hakados is also referred to as one of the spheres of the angels.
Hakael - One of the 7 leaders of the apostate angels, called "the Seventh Satan."
Hakamiah - One of the Cherubim & a Principality over France serving as it's guardian angel. He is invoked against traitors. His corresponding angel is Verasua. His sigil is shown in Ambelain's La Kabbale Practique.
Hakem - In the Ma'asseh Merkabah, an angelic guard stationed at the 4th Heavenly hall in Araboth.
Hakha - An angel of the Seal, according to the Sixth & Seventh Books of Moses.
Hakham - One of the many names of the great angel Metatron.
Halacho - Genius of sympathy. Also a genii of the 11th hour of day.
Halahel - A spirit, partly good and partly evil, under the rule of Bael. His seal is shown in Waite - The Lemegeton.
Halqim - One of the numerous angelic guards of the gates of the North Wind. Under Nuriel.
Haludiel - An angel of the 4th Heaven who is invoked on the Lord's Day (Saturday), with the invocant facing South. Haludiel is also an intelligence of the Sun under the authority of Raphael.
Halwaya - A secret name of the angel Metatron, as revealed in the Visions of Ezekiel.
Hamabiel - In Heywood's The Hierarchy of the Blessed Angels, Hamabiel is an angel who exercises dominion over the zodiacal sign of Taurus. His corresponding angel is Taul, who is an angel over Taurus in ceremonial rites. He is also associated with Asmodel through this common link.
Hamal (Hmnal) - [Derived from H'amal Hmnl]. An angel with dominion over water. He can deliver mortals from drowning if summoned in time. Hamal is invoked in Arabic incantation rites.
H'amal Hmnl - One of the "nomina barbara," the 7 great angels worshiped by Balaam. These angels were equated with the Aeons. H'amal Hmnl was equated with Ariel as a variant name. Their names were created through permeations of the letters of the Hebrew Alphabet. H'amal Hmnl was the God of the Waters (which also represented the Ru'ach; the "waters" of life).
Hamaliel - Angel of the month of August. One of the rulers of the choir of Virtues, and governor of the zodiacal sign of Virgo. Associated with Voil (Voel).
Hamarytzod - In Waite, The Lemegeton, an angel of the 11th hour of day. He serves under Dardariel.
Hamatiel - In occultism, a zodiacal angel governing Virgo.
Hamaya - A ministering angel mentioned in The Sixth & Seventh Books of Moses.
Hamayzod (Hamayazod) - An angel of the 4th hour of night. Serves under Jefischa.
Hameriel - Angel of the 5th hour of night, serving under Abasdarhon.
Hamiel - [Haniel]
Ham Meyuchad - A cherubim. Sometimes equated with the great angel Akatriel.
Hamneijs - An angel of the Seal, mentioned in the Sixth & Seventh Books of Moses.
Hamon - According to Gerome, commenting on Isaiah 10:13, Hamon is another name for the angel Gabriel. He is one of the angelic guards of the gates of the South Wind. In 3 Enoch, Hamon 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." (The Trisagion.)
Hamshalim (Hashmallim) - One of the ten angelic hierarchic orders as listed in The Zohar. In this work, the Hamshalim were once under the ministry of Samael.
Hamwak'il - In Arabic lore, a guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism.
Hanaeb - One of the 12 angels of the Zodiac.
Hanael - [Haniel, Anael]
Hananel - One of the fallen Grigori. (In Enoch I)
Hananiel - ["The graciously giving God", "Graciously given of God"]. An archangel whose name appears inscribed on a pentagram; a Hebrew amulet of Kabbalistic origin. See pentagram.
Hanhl - The angel who ordered Balaam to build the first 7 altars.
Haniel (Aniel, Anael, Hamiel, Hanael, Onoel, Hamael) - ["The God who is seen", "Glorious & Graceful God"]. Haniel is the angel of the month of December, chief of Principalities, Virtues (Tarshishim), and the order of "innocents." Haniel is also the governor of the sign of Capricorn, and of Venus. He figures (as Anael) in the list of the 7 (or 10) archangels and the 10 holy Sephiroth (in equation with Ariel, who Anael is directly under). In occult writings, Haniel is credited with the feat (usually ascribed to Anafiel or Pyriel) of transporting Enoch to Heaven. Haniel (also through Ariel) has been associated with the Chaldean Ishtar who also ruled Venus. Haniel can be invoked as an amulet against evil.
Hanniniel - In Aramaic incantation rites, an angel appealed to in love charms.
Hannuel - An angel who exercises dominion over zodiacal sign of Capricorn.
Hanoziz - An angel of the 8th hour of the night. Serves under Narcoriel.
Hanozoz - An angel of the 9th hour of the night. Serves under Narcoriel.
Hantiel - An angel of the 3rd hour of day. Serves under Veguaniel.
Hanum (Hanun) - A Monday angel residing in the First Heaven and invoked from the South or from due North.
Ha-Qadosh Berakha - In Mathers, The Greater Key of Solomon, this is a holy name for the "Holy and Blessed One" called on in Solomonic conjurations.
Haqemel - One of the 72 angel of the zodiac.
Harabael (Harabiel) - An angel with dominion over the Earth. Serves under both Michael & Ariel.
Harab-Serapel (Herab-Serapim, Baal) - ["The God of the Fiery Serpents of Death"]. An order of dark spirits who are under the adverse to the Sefira of Netzach which are falsely translated "The Ravens of Death." It's cortices are Teuniel and Baal Chanan. Harab-Serapel can be used as a title for the leader of this order, & is the 7th of the 10 demons in the Asiatic world. He is also a leader in the infernal regions. In this sense, he is equated with Baal as in: "Adversaries of the Elohim or the Gods, and their chief is Baal." So, Harab-Serapel = Baal while Harab-Serapim = the order.
Harahel - In the Kabbalah, an angel in charge of archives, libraries, and rare cabinets (a scholar). He is also one of the 72 angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae. His sigil.
Harariel - An angel's name found on an oriental charm (kamea) for warding off evil.
Harbonah - ["ass driver"]. One of the 7 angels of confusion. In the story relating to Ahasuerus and Esther, Harbonah was the angel of annihilation. The name is known by a man who served Ahasuerus. One of the seven eunuchs who served Ahasuerus and to whom was given the command to bring Queen Esther before the king (Est 1:10). It was he who suggested that Haman be hanged upon the self-same gallows that he had erected for Mordecai (Est 7:9). Jewish tradition has it that Harbona had originally been a confederate of Haman, but, upon noting the failure of the latter's plans, abandoned him. He is thought to have been an angel "walking" as a man, or else to have been the inspiration for the angel.
Harchiel - In black magic rites, an angel invoked to command demons that confer the gift of invisibility.
Harhaziel (Harhazial) - One of the guardian angels of an unnamed location (palace or hall) in the 3rd Heaven.
Hariel (Harael, Behemial) - An angel with dominion over tame beasts. Hariel is invoked against impieties. He rules science and the arts. He is of the Cherubim. His sigil.
Hariph - Another name for the angel Raphael (In the Maria Brooks poem "Zophiel").
Haris - Another name for Iblis, chief of the Djinn and leader of the fallen angels in Arabic lore.
Hariton - An angel who features in Gurdjieff's cosmic myth, All and Everything, Beelzebub's Tales to his Grandson. Hariton devises a new type of ship for navigating interplanetary space.
Harmozey (Harmozel, Armogen) - In Gnostic lore, one of the 4 great luminaries that "surround the self-begotten, the savior, or God." The 3 remaining luminaries in this position are listed as Oroiael, Daveitha, and Eleleth.
Harshael - [Harshiel]
Harshiel - An angel invoked in Syriac conjuring ceremonies. In The Book of Protection, Harshiel, as a spellbinding power, 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, the angel who rules the element Water. In Mandean lore, Harudha is equated with the female Haurvatat, who is the spirit of health and vegetation, as well as the 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 (see the Quran, 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 they unhappily revealed to Zobra (Zillah, 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 the planet Venus "with which she became identified in Mohammedan mythology"; and goes on to say that the fallen angels (Marut & Harut) "were punished by being confined, head down, in a pit near Babylon, were they were supposed to teach magic and sorcery." In Hastings, Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics IV, 615, the pair are characterized as "fallen angels with a Satanic role."
Harviel - In the Ma'asseh Merkabah, an angelic guard stationed at the 2nd Heavenly hall in Araboth.
Hasdiel - An angel of the planet Venus. Also the angel of benevolence where he shares office with Zadkiel. He is a general under Uriel. In The Zohar, Hasdiel is one of the two chieftains (the other being Shamshiel) that accompanied Uriel when the latter bore his standard in battle.
Haseha - One of the 15 throne angels listed in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.
Hashesiyah - One of the many names (aspects) of the Metatron.
Hashmal (Chasmal, Hayyah) - Chief angel over the Hashmallim (Dominions, Dominations). According to The Zohar, the term denotes "an inner, supernal sphere, hidden and veiled, in which the mysteries of the celestial letters of the Holy Name are suspended." In Ginzburg, The Legends of the Jews I, 18, it is said that "Hashmal surrounds the throne of God." He is the "fire speaking angel." Joseph Albo in Sefer ha-'Ikkarim (Book of Principles) I, 14, reports that the rabbis, when speaking of Hashmal, mean "the hayyot of fire-speaking." In Hagiga, it is related that "once upon a time a young man was studying the vision of Ezekiel and was dwelling upon the angel Chashmal when fire proceeded from Chashmal and consumed him."
Hashmallim (Hayyot) - ["The God's of the name"]. Referred to as "The Living Creatures," they are a high order of angels, equated with the Dominations because they hold the secret name of God. They are also equated with thrones as they surround the throne of God, and the Cherubim as they lift (and possibly form) the throne of God. The Hashmallim, however, are ranked with the Seraphim, which means they are an entirely different order of angels than these choirs mentioned. While the eponymous chief is Hasmal, Zadkiel, Hashul and Zacharael also have authority over the order. However, all of these but Hashul and Hasmal are Cherubim, and therefor through association, probably misplaced into the order (especially since their are only 4 Hashmallim). Hashul and Hasmal are known to be two of the Hayyoth. In the Kabbalah, the Hashmallim belong to the Yetziratic world, the world of foundation, the abode of angels presided over by the angel Metatron. It is said that the river Dinur ("firey river" or "lake of fire") was created out of the "sweat of those animals [the hashmallim] who sweat because they carry the throne of the Holy and Blessed God." See: The Hayyot.
Hashul - One of the chiefs of the order of Hashmallim.
Hasmed - The angel of annihilation, and one of the five angels of punishment that Moses encountered in Heaven.
Hasmiyah - One of the many names (aspects) of the Metatron.
Hasmodai - A spirit of the moon, invoked in talismanic magic.
Hasriel - An angel's name found inscribed in a kamea (oriental charm) for warding off evil.
"Hastening Angel" - A term applied by Milton to Michael as the angel who "caught/Our lingring Parents" and led them out of Eden. Dryden in his State of Innocence informs us that it was Raphael, not Michael. Ariel is also accredited with expelling the ill-fated pair.
Hatach - An angel invoked in medieval Jewish incantation rites. The name derives from the initials of the words of the incantation.
Hatiphas - A Genius of finery, mentioned in Apollonius of Tyana, The Nuctemeron.
Hatspatsiel - One of the many names (aspects) of the Metatron.
Hauras (Haures, Havres, Havras, Flauros) - One of the 72 spirits of Solomon, according to legend, shut up into a brass vessel and cast deep into a deep lake (or into the sea). Formerly, as he confided to Solomon, Hauras was a mighty celestial power (but to which order he belonged to he would not say). He converses gladly about the creation of the world and the fall of the angels. In Hell, where he was a great Duke, he appears in the form of a leopard but, on command of an exorcist, he will manifest in human form. He gives true answers concerning the past and the future. Under his sway, and ready to do his bidding, are 36 legions of the damned. His sigil is shown in Waite, The Book of Black Magic and of Pacts, p. 186. In De Plancy, Dictionnaire Infernal he is pictured in the shape of a man-leopard.
Haurvatat - ["The Wholeness"]. In Zoroastrianism, one of the 6 amesha spentas (archangels). Haurvatat is female and the personification of salvation. She is also a spirit of the waters. Where the Amesha Spentas are equated with the Aeons, she is equated with Ariel, as the 4th of the 6 remaining, and the only female. In Mandean lore she is known as Harudha, though not necessarily equated with Harudha, since the latter is male. Some scholars see a derivation of the Koranic fallen angel Harut from this Persian archangel.
Haurvatati (Haurvatat, Chordad) - An angel in Arabic lore derived from the Amesha Spentas; also called Chordad.
Haven - In Levi, Transcendental Magic, one of the 12 genii who preside over the 12 hours of the day. Haven is also the genius of dignity.
Havhaviyah - One of the many names (aspects) of the Metatron.
Haviyahu - One of the many names (aspects) of the Metatron.
Hayat - One of the many names (aspects) of the Metatron.
Hayya - ["To exist" or "The Living"]. The singular for Hayyoth.
Hayyael - [Hayyel]
Hayyel (Hashmal, Chayyiel, Hayyliel, Johiel, Yayael) - Chief angel of the Hayyoth. He has dominion over wild beasts, but shares it with Thegri (Thuriel), Mtniel, and Jehiel.
Hayyoth (Chayoh, Chayyoth, Chiva, Hashmallim) - ["The Living Ones"]. Called the "Holy, Living Beasts." A class of Merkabah angels equated or ranked with the Cherubim and Seraphim, but usually considered a separate order. Although they have about four respective chiefs (Hashmal, Hayliel, Hasmal, and Hashul) these are probably the actual 4 Hayyoth, while Metatron serves not as a prince per say, because he is not a Hayyoth, but as a chief messenger. The Hayyoth are angels made of fire who reside in the 7th Heaven and surround, support, and compose the throne of God. They each have "4 faces, 4 wings, 2,000 thrones, and are placed next to the wheels of the Merkabah (cherubim)." They are called "creatures" or "beasts" because their faces are that of a man, a lion, an ox and an eagle. Their bodies are also like beasts (lion bodies with eagles wings, eagle talons on front legs and ox hooves on back). According to Ezekiel, the Hayyoth were seen by the river Chebar, numbering 36, although only 4 were the beast form while the rest were Cherubim (formed as wheels). It is said that holy essence passes through the Hayyoth on its journey to earth & therefore they are the instrument through which God is connected to Earth. They are associated with the Cherubim in that the Hayyoth compose the throne while the Cherubim support it (and them). According to The Zohar "God is borne along by four Hayyoth or Holy Beasts, constituting His throne, and these are borne on other angelic beings (Cherubim), which again rest on higher firmaments, under which is the lowest heaven, to which belongs the earth and all its creatures." By this, the Hayyoth are the support for Heaven. They do this by supporting God and his name (the mystery of his power): "The Hayyoth which are never disclosed are those which are under the two undisclosed letters Yod, He’, which rule over Vau, He’, these being the pedestal of the former." The Hayyoth are all comprised in the "firmament of the heaven", and are referred to in the words "let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven", or "and they shall be for lights in the firmament of the heaven". In this sense, there are multiple heavenly realms, and a continuum between these heavens through the "firmament" (Hayyoth) through which God is connected to his creations. Again, in this light, they are said to constitute "the camp of the Shekinah" (God's dwelling among men). Through this, and their hold on Heaven, they are said, by the Zohar, to "uphold the universe." The Aeons (or God) receive the holy effluence from above and disseminate it to the Hayyoth, who are the "movers of the wheels (Cherubim)." The Hayyoth are also the source of the four directions (and therefore the 4 winds of the world), and also the four elements. They are also viewed as the four lightning flashes from the merkabah (the Throne of Glory in motion, in its aspect as a chariot). When they spread their wings, they break forth at the same moment into songs of praise "as the voice of the Almighty." This explains their influence under Metatron.
Haziel (Bernael) - ["The Seeing God", "The God that sees"]. A Cherubim invoked to obtain the pity of God. Haziel is one of the 72 angels bearing the mystical name of God Shemhamphorae. When equated with Bernael, he is an angel of darkness. His sigil. He is said to have been a walker. In I Chronicles 23:9 Haziel is shown as a mortal, an offspring of the Gershonites.
Heavenly Academy - Within the 6th Heaven there is an institution where new angels are educated on the history and arrangement of the universe. It is also here that the scholars of Heaven and the angelic scribes take residence. For the most part, study is done regarding the linking anomalies and mysteries of life, time, virtue, etc. in order to better see the mysteries of God. Often, scholars focus on lesser entities such as the Aeons or the Metatron in order to understand God's workings. The "angel of snow and fire" which is spoken of as a token of the 6th Heaven is located within the territory of this "academy" and is a representation of the first Aeon; Beqa ("the good one"), or the First Angel (Lucifer), who was, before he fell, ever seeking to understand God. It is kept as a symbol of the institutions purpose and as a means to teach lesser angels (who were not involved in the First War) to respect those lost for their former power, so they will not hold contempt within Heaven. It is said that the great judgment will be held here to be presided over by God and every angel. The "Heavenly Academy" is a name for the trial body of angels that assemble to judge human beings when the latter appear in Heaven for Judgement. If a mortal proves worthy, he is "crowned with many radiant crowns," but if he proves unworthy, he is "thrust outside, and stands within the pillar until he is taken to his punishment (to be thrown in the Dinur), and 'erased from the book of life' (destroyed)."
Heavenly Host - A term denoting the angels of Heaven as a whole. While it has been said that the number of angels in Heaven is "myriads upon myriads", it has more often been called "innumerable." The notion that angels are not still being created was fabricated and is found only in the modern Christian church. It was argued that angels "do not marry" which does not matter based on the fact that marriage is a means to "earthly reproduction" and the angels were not born, but created. It is also argued that there is no mention of angels being created throughout biblical history, but there is no reference in the Bible of any time in which the angels were created, it is only assumed (and confirmed in secular texts) that the angels were created during the creation of light and the Heavens. This does not determine, however, that they were all created at once, as even the Heavens continuously change throughout time (the movement of Eden, the Shekinah etc.). Also, according to just about every other religion in the world, angels create quite often, they do so through God, and not by their power alone but they do create. It is the aeons, for example, which made the physical world based on God's design. Because "everything has been put under the charge of an angel", it is safe to assume that angels are not a stationary number. Job conceived the Heavenly host as "morning stars singing together and shouting for joy." In Dante's Paradiso, canto 27, the Heavenly host is intone the "Gloria in Excelsis." Blake saw the innumerable company of Heaven crying "Holy, Holy, Holy, is the Lord almighty." These both most likely refer to the "Trisagion" which is sung by many orders of angels (and probably them all) consistently throughout Heaven.
Heavenly Scribe - Radueriel, Zagzagel, Vretil, Soferiel, Raziel, and other scholar angels are referred to as "heavenly scribes." Michael and Metatron have also been so named. Enoch in his lifetime, was known by this title, and it also refers to the "man clothed in linen," an image found in Ezekiel 9:2 and in Daniel 10.
Hebdomad - A term in Ophitic lore for the 7 aeons. Those 7 potentates who are equated with the 7 Angels of the Presence, the 7 Archangels, and first rulers of the 7 Heavens. These 7 being: Adoneus (Adonai, Beqa), Sabaoth (Michael), Oreus (Uriel), Ialdabaoth (Aariel), Eloeus (Gabriel), Jao (Raphael), and Astaphaeus (Danyael). These are the 7 holy Hebdomad (although, not all of these are consistently called holy in the Gnostic system). They are known as manifestations of God personified, and are the "Elohim" of scripture. Together, they combine the characteristics of God and are instruments of his will who uphold the universe. It is the Hebdomad which create, destroy and keep order on God's behalf. Origen, in his Contra Celsum VI, spells out equivalent names of these 7: Michael (in the form of a lion); Suriel (in the form of an ox); Raphael (in the form of a dragon); Gabriel (in the form of an eagle); Thautabaoth (in the form of a bear); Erataoth (in the form of a dog); Onoel (in the form of an ass). Although, these have been noted as the forms of the demonic Hebdomad, who are under the serpent (The Kasbeel).
Hechaloth (Hekhaloth) - The Hechaloth are the 7 female emanations of God, the counterpart of the 10 male Sephiroth. The Zohar translates the word to mean "beautiful virgins." They are also called the consorts of the Aeons, all but Aariel who is an Aeon. Aariel is the head of the order, and is known as Hechaloth. The others are mentioned as Dynamis, Beatris, Daneel, Nox (or Nud), and Anael; but the 7th, the consort of Nathaniel (The first aeons holy replacement), is unnamed. While the Sephiroth keep order in the spheres of the 10 Heavens, the Hechaloth are also personifications of the 7 Heavenly Halls in Araboth, and 7 palaces Palaces throughout the greater 7 Heavens, all of which are guarded over by the great warden angels. As with the Sephiroth, they emanate from the right side of the Creator (although the Hechaloth come from the Shekinah, as they are feminine). There are also unholy emanations (the unholy Sephiroth or Qlippoth, the averse ones) and these issue from his left side (the dark or negative side). Keeping in mind that the adversary, Satan was once seated as a representative of God's "left hand side," this indicates that the mocking Sephiroth are actually emanations from him. For a listing of both choirs, see here.
He'el - ["God of life"]. An angel leader of the "heads of thousands." Said to be a regent of guardian angels serving under Gabriel (the Archangel of Humanity). In Enoch I, He'el is ruler of one of the seasons of the year, (probably spring/summer). In the Apocrypha, he is associated with the angel Elimelech (also under Gabriel).
Heiglot - In transcendental magic, a genius or angel of snowstorms. He is also a ruler of the 1st hour of the day. In The Nuctemeron, the 12 hours, analogous to the 12 zodiacal signs are presided over by the 12 gennii or angels, of which Heiglot is one.
Heikhali - In Hechaloth lore, an angelic guard stationed at the 7th Heavenly hall at Araboth.
Hel - According to Scot, Discoverie of Witchcraft, Hel is a name for an angel of God, invoked in conjuring rites. Hel is an angel of death and is invoked regarding premature death ore resurrection. Associated with the Nephilim Helel. In this Lucifer connection, he often appears as an angel of light, but tortures the ill-fated invocant in exchange for their petition.
Helayaseph (Jiluyaseph, Hilujaseph) - An angel governing one of the seasons (most likely fall/winter), as noted in Enoch I. Helayaseph is under Uriel and Gabriel and is "head of a thousand" angels of the season.
Helech - [Abelech]
Helel - ["The Dwelling God", "The God who Dwells here"]. In Canaanitish mythology, a fallen angel, son of Sahar or Sharer, a winged deity. Helel sought to usurp the throne of the chief God and, as punishment, was cast down into the abyss. He is thus sometimes equated with Lucifer. However, although the "1st star" to fall from Heaven was Satan, as Bamberger argues in his Fallen Angels: "The more natural explanation (in this legend) is that the 1st star [that fell] was Azazel." He is refering to Azazel, the wicked Grigori who's son was the leader of the Nephilim, called Helel. This is most likely the result of a mixing of the two legends, as Azazel was a "winged God" and called "Sharar" which means "enemy" (obviously not the Creator God). Azazel was not the original chief of the Watchers who fell, but became known as "the chief God" when he persuaded the Grigori towards evil and took power from the true head of the order Semyaza. The Nephilim were known for attempts at destroying their fathers to claim hold on their power and possessions, and rather than kill their sons, the Grigori often sent them away to foreign lands (which would explain the notion of "the abyss" in this legend).
Heleleth (Eleleth) - ["The God who Lived before"]. In Gnostic lore, a great luminary, described thus in the Hypostasis of the Archons: "the great Heleleth descends from the Holy Spirit; his aspect like gold, his vesture like snow."
Helemmelek - In Enoch I, an angel governing one of the seasons (probably summer/fall). His name is said to be an inversion of Milkiel.
Helias the Prophet - A name for the "forerunner angel." Elijiah or John the Baptist who guardian was Daniel.
Hellison (Helison) - One of the 5 angels of the 1st altitude, the other 4 being Alimiel, Gabriel, Barachiel, Lebes. When invoked, Helison appears carrying a banner adorned with a crimson cross, crowned with roses.
Hemah - An angel of wrath, with dominion over the death of domestic animals. Hemah is under Azrael and Ariel and is also an angel of destruction. According to The Zohar I, Hemah, with the help his brother angel named Af (the angel of rage), nearly swallowed Moses, and would have suceeded in doing so, but for the timely intervention of God. When the Lawgiver was disgorged, he turned around and slew Hemah - one of the rare instances where a mortal was able to do away with an immortal, an angel. Like Af, Hemah was 500 parasangs tall, and was "forged out of chains of black and red fire."
Heman - ["Trustful one", "Faithful one"]. According to Rabbi Judah in The Zohar (Kedoshim) and according to 3 Enoch, Heman is a leader of one of the heavenly choirs. Heman and the angels under him sing hosannas in the morning hours, just as those under Jeduthun sing hosannas in the evening hours, and those under Asaph sing at night. Psalm 88 is headed: "To the chief Musician upon Mahalath Leannoth, Maschil of Heman the Ezrahite." In the course of time, it seems that the 3 psalmists (Heman, Asaph, and Jeduthun) were transformed into maestro-angels (Ischim) in order to perform, in Heaven, services for which they showed special skill on Earth.
Herachio - [Astrachios]
Herald Angel - Akraziel to the various Heavens, Michael to all the Heavenly Host, & Raziel to the Walkers and all angels on Earth. Gabriel serves as a Herald to mankind and to the realms of Purgatory and Limbo, which he governs. Pyriel was the angel who announced Jesus' resurrection. Ariel was the announcer to the Shepherds of the Nativity.
Herald of Hell - Zophiel. A mocking title passed to the angel by Gabriel (or others) when the spying angel who, during the First War, returned from Hell's ranks where he had been stationed to infiltrate and announced that the war had been in vain. In his attempt to surreptitiously enter & gain access to the infernal army he had become convinced of their motives and in jest, was given the title "Herald of Hell" when he tried to persuade Gabriel's army to withhold advances on a group of fallen which were planning to enter Heaven. He also gave information regarding a planned attack on the 3rd Heaven involving fire of some kind, but he was discovered before the attack was launched and not permitted to pursue espionage during the remainder of the War.
Hermes - [See Pantheon Associations - Hermes]
Hermesiel - A leader of the heavenly choir, sharing his post with Metatron, Radueriel, Tagas, and other celestial masters of song. Hermesiel is an angel "created" from Hermes, the Greek divinity. Says T. Gaster in The Holy and the Profane: "Hermes, inventor of the lyre, was transmogrified into the angel Hermesiel." Due to his Hermes association, he is considered associated with Raphael as a variant or cooresponding angel. In time, Prof. Gaster adds, Hermes was identified with David, "sweet singer of Israel."
Heroes of Heaven - A term for good angels. Especially appropriate for the loyal forces in the First War, particularly the Generals, and those in Michael's armies.
Hetabor - An angel invoked in the exorcism of the Wax. Found in practical works of the Kabbalah.
Heziel (Hexiel) - An angel with authority over the zodiac.
Hhml Haml - One of the "nomina barbara," the 7 great angels worshiped by Balaam. These angels were equated with the Aeons. Their names were created through permeations of the letters of the Hebrew Alphabet. Hhml Haml was the God of the Firmament. Hhml Haml was equated with the role of Beqa which by Balaams time had been replaced by the Aeon Nathaniel. Therefore Hhml Haml is a variant name for either Aeon, but was more specifically used to denote Nathanael, the 7th Aeon.
Hibel-Ziwa (Hiwel-Ziwa) - In Mandean lore, an angel equated with Gabriel.
Hiel - An angels name found inscribed on an oriental charm (kamea) for warding off evil.
Hierarchy - [Heavenly Hierarchy]
Hierimael - [Jeremiel]
Hilofatei - In the Ma'asseh Merkabah, an angelic guard stationed in the 4th Heavenly Hall at Araboth. A corresponding angel of Hilofei.
Hilofei - In the Ma'asseh Merkabah, an angelic guard stationed in the 4th Heavenly Hall at Araboth. A corresponding angel of Hilofatei.
Him Hml - One of the "nomina barbara," the 7 great angels worshiped by Balaam. These angels were equated with the Aeons. Him Hml was equated with Uriel as a variant name. Their names were created through permeations of the letters of the Hebrew Alphabet. Him Hml was the God of Fire.
Hiniel - An angel invoked in Syriac incantation rites, along with Michael, Gabriel, Sarphiel, and other "spellbinding angels," as cited in The Book of Protection.
Hipeton (Anaphaxeton) - A spirit or angel of the planet Jupiter. He is under Johphiel (Jophiel).
Hiphkadiel - An angel's name found inscribed on an oriental charm (kamea) for warding off evil.
Hismael - The spirit of the planet Jupiter. Served under Tzadkiel in the First War.
Hivvah - One of the 2 sons (Nephilim) of the fallen Grigori Semyaza. His twin was Hiyyah. He and his brother together consumed daily 1,000 camels; 1,000 horses; and 1,000 oxen.
Hiyyah - One of the 2 sons (Nephilim) of the fallen Grigori Semyaza. His brother was Hivvah. He and his brother together consumed daily 1,000 camels; 1,000 horses; and 1,000 oxen.
Hizarbin - A genius of the Sea and one of the genii of the 2nd hour.
Hizkiel - As a General, Hizkiel, with Kafziel, serves as chief aide to Gabriel when the latter bears his standard in battle. He lead his armies under Gabriel in the First War. Hizkiel is now one of the numerous guards of the gates of the North Wind.
Hlin Hntr - One of the "nomina barbara," the 7 great angels worshiped by Balaam. These angels were equated with the Aeons. Hlin Hntr was equated with Raphael as a variant name. Their names were created through permeations of the letters of the Hebrew Alphabet. Hlin Hntr was the God of the Winds.
Hlk Lil Hlk Lib - One of the "nomina barbara," the 7 great angels worshiped by Balaam. These angels were equated with the Aeons. Their names were created through permeations of the letters of the Hebrew Alphabet. Hlk Lil Hlk Lib was the God of Holiness. He was equated with Michael, and was the one who sent his angel to stand before Balaam's ass.
Hlm Hml - [Hhml Haml]
Hlpgr - One of the "nomina barbara," the 7 great angels worshiped by Balaam. These angels were equated with the Aeons. Hlpgr was equated with Danyael as a variant name. Their names were created through permeations of the letters of the Hebrew Alphabet. Hlpgr was the God of the Corners of the Heavens.
Hngel - An angel of the Summer Equinox, effective as an amulet against the evil eye.
Hochmel (Hocroel, Hochmal, Hokmael, Hochmael, Hokmah) - ["The Wise God"]. The angel who is reputed to have inspired the 7-volume Grimoire of Pope Honorius III. Hochmel (Hockmah/Chokmah) is one of the 10 Sephiroth.
Hocus Pocus - In Jewish magical rites of the middle ages, Hocus Pocus manifests as "a prince [angel] on high." In fact, it manifests as two princes (Hocus & Pocus). It is said that the term derives from "hoc est corpus meum."
Hod - [Hodiriron]
Hodiel - ["Victorious God", "Victory of God"]. An angel of the Briatic World (world of creation), according to the Kabbalah. Equated with Hodiriron. In Moses Botarel's work on the efficacy of amulets, Hodiel is mentioned as an angel who might profitably be invoked, along with Kabniel, Tarpiel, and other associated spirits.
Hodiriron (Hod) - ["The Great Resplendent One"]. From the root name "Hod", meaning "splendor." Hodiriron is the 9th of the 10 holy Sephiroth.
Hodniel - An angel reputed to have the power of curing stupidity in man.
Hoesediel - "Merciful God", "God's Mercy"]. Like Hodiel, Hoesediel is an angel of the Briatic world (one of the 4 archetypal worlds of the Kabbalah). He is under Zadkiel and serves alongside him in the Dominations. (Also said to belong to the Hashmallim, but only as a variant name for the Dominions.) Hoesediel is also ranked as one of the 10 Sefiras.
Hofniel - ["God of the Fight", "Fighter for God"]. Equated with one of Michael's generals as chief of the Bene Elohim ["Sons of the Gods"], an order of angels which are directly under the 7 Aeons (Archangels). These are usually Generals of the Archangels, but are ranked as one of the orders among the 10 hierarchies in the Kabbalah.
Hokmael - [Hochmel]
Holy Beasts (Hayyoth, Hashmallim) - In the Talmud, the holy beasts are equated with the Cherubim. However, the Hayyoth is probably where the term originated from, the Cherubim being a direct associated choir with this particular order. In Hagiga, "the holy beasts are numbered with the Ophanim, and the Seraphim, and the ministering angels."
Holy Ghost - [Holy Spirit]
Holy Spirit (Holy Ghost) - Another name for the Comforter; the manifestation of God which makes it's dwelling within the created world. This is the 3rd person in the Trinity, where God the father, and the Son (the Event One) make up the remaining. The Holy Spirit is regarded as female, and equated with the Shekinah, and the Pistis Sophia. As a divided manifestation, the holy spirit has "made it's dwelling in the Earth" since the creation (or fall) of man, but is hidden and veiled. Upon judgment, the Father and the Spirit will be reunited. The Gospel According to the Hebrews makes the Lord speak of "my mother the Holy Ghost" who "took me by one of my hairs and carried me to the great mountain Tabor" (traditionally the mountain of the Transfiguration). The "mother" reference here has been argued with the fact that in Aramaic, which Jesus spoke, as also in Hebrew, the word spirit or ghost is of the feminine gender. However, the word "mother" is used apart from the actual utterance of "holy ghost," which means that it was directly described as female, as the gender of the word itself would not have naturally effected the syntax of the statement. The Commentary on the Apocalypse of the Blessed John suggests that "by the angel flying through the midst of Heaven is signified the Holy Spirit." In other words, the angels and/or their active work makes up this manifestation. Although, Aariel has also been equated with the "Holy Ghost, most definitely as a result of her association with the Shekinah, Pistis Sophia, Demiurge, etc.
Holy Ones - Another term for the Archangels (Aeons, 7 Creation Angels, Angels of the Presence, etc.)
Homadiel - Identified as "The Angel of the Lord," a term often used when an angel is unnamed in scripture, or if the name is unknown at the point of the encounter.
Horaios (Oreus, Horeus) - One of the 7 Archons of the Ophitic (Gnostic) system and a ruler of one of the 7 Heavens "leading to the Aeon of Archons" (Beqa). His invocation as reproduced in Legge, Forerunners and Rivals of Christianity II, 74. Also see Pantheon Associations, Horus.
Hormuz - In ancient Persian lore, the angel in charge of the 1st day of the month.
Horses - A term for angels, as in Zechariah 6:2-5: "These [red, black, white, and grizzled horses] are the four spirits of the Heaven which go forth to stand before the Lord of all the Earth." Also mentioned as such in the Book of Revelation.
Hosampsich - One of the leaders of the Grigori, as cited in Enoch's writings.
Hosts - A term for angels; also a designation for one of the 10 angelic orders. This was before Dionysius fixed the orders at 9 and omitted "Hosts," which, after "Angels" was a general placement for all in Heaven.
Hosts of the Height - [Hosts of the High Ones]
Hosts of the High Ones (Hosts of the Height) - A term for angels (regarding their placement under the Aeons), as in Isaiah 24:21, where God threatens dire punishment on his servitors, mortal and divine: "And it shall come to pass on that day that the Lord shall punish the Host of the High Ones that are on High (the Archangels, and the Manifestations) and the kings of the Earth upon the Earth."
Hosts of the Lord - The ministering angels led by Michael. This is somewhat in association with the Hosts of the High Ones in that it refers to the Archangels or to God vicariously through them. All angels in the armies and the hosts of Heaven are under the charge of Michael, and are called Hosts of the Lord.
Household of the Upper World - The Cherubim, who actually "form" or "constitute" the palaces, thrones and streets of Heaven. The Household of the Upper World is a term used in Hechaloth lore to describe the Cherubim regarding this attribute of the choir. Called in Hebrew: "pamelia shel ma'alah."
Hout - An angel invoked in Arabic conjuring rites.
Hoveh Hayah - One of the many aspects of the Metatron.
Hshahshiel - A Syrian "spellbinding" angel mentioned in The Book of Protection.
Hsprh Hsmin - One of the "nomina barbara," the 7 great angels worshiped by Balaam. These angels were equated with the Aeons. Hsprh Hsmin was equated with Gabriel as a variant name. Their names were created through permeations of the letters of the Hebrew Alphabet. Hsprh Hsmin was the God of the Corners of the Heavenly Luminaries.
Hubaiel - An angel serving in the 1st Heaven, according to a listing in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses.
Hubaril - An angelic messenger of the planet Saturn, serving under Cassiel. He is the guardian of Sharmiel.
Hufaltiel (Huphaltiel) - An angel serving in the 3rd Heaven. He officiates on Friday and is to be invoked from the West.
Hugron Kunya - One of the 14 great conjuring angels named in M. Gaster, The Sword of Moses.
Huha - A name for an angel mentioned by the Essenes in their Covenant of the Community (Dead Sea Scrolls). Mentioned as a God, could be a name for the one God or represented as an "Angel of the Lord."
Hukiel - In Ma'asseh Merkabah, an angelic guard stationed at the 7th Heavenly Hall in Araboth.
Hula'il - In Arabic lore, a guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism.
Humastav (Humastraw) - A Monday angel invoked from the North He is said to reside in the 1st Heaven, and is under the rule of Gabriel.
Humiel - In Occultism, a zodiacal angel governing Capricorn.
Huphaltiel - [Hufaltiel]
Huphatriel - One of the angelic intelligences of the planet Jupiter.
Huristar - [Barinian]
Hurmin - Another name for Satan.
Hurmiz - One of the daughters of Lilith, and a succubus. She is mentioned in the Talmud.
Hurtapal - One of the 3 angels of Sunday, the other two being Michael and Dardael.
Husael - An angel serving in the 3rd Heaven. A wrangler of the Bees of Manna.
Hushmael - An angels name found inscribed on an oriental charm (kamea) for warding off evil.
Hutriel - ["The God of the Rod", "Rod of God"]. One of the 7 angels of punishment. He is equated with Oniel. Hutriel lodges in the 5th camp of Hell (or some say the 5th Heaven's prisons), and helps in the "punishment of the 10 nations."
Huzia - One of the 64 angel wardens of the 7 celestial Halls in Araboth.
Huznoth - A spirit invoked in the exorcism of the water.
Hydra (Hydras) - [Chalkydri]
Hyniel - One of the angels ruling on Tuesday and subject to the East Wind. Hyniel is said to be invoked from the North.
Hyoskiel Jhvhh - One of the angelic princes of the hosts of X (the unnameable God), according to M. Gaster, The Sword of Moses.
Hyperachii - The Aeons. In Chaldean theogony, the Hyperachii is a group of Archangels who guide the Universe.
Hypezokos (Hypozokoz) - ["The Flower of Fire"]. Not the Djinn, but the Af; an order of angels who are elemental personifications. The Hypezokos is probably a term for those Af who rule fire particularly. One of the "effable, essential and elemental orders" in the Chaldean cosmological scheme.