Maadim - One of 2 "big stars" (angels) that Metatron pointed out to Moses in the 4th Heaven. Maadim "stands near the moon in order to warn the world from the cold," according to the Revelation of Moses.
Mach - An angel summoned to confer invisibility.
Machal - An angel invoked in the exorcism of the Bat.
Machasiel - A Sunday angel residing in the 4th Heaven and invoked from the south. He is listed among the intelligences of the sun.
Machatan - One of the powers of the spirits of the air, in rulership with Uriel, Cassiel, and Seraquiel. He is a Saturday angel.
Machidiel (Malchidiel, Malahidael, Malchedael, Melkeil, Melkejal) - ”fullness of God” An angel governing March and ruler of Aries. According to Enoch, as Melkejal, he; ”rises and rules in the beginning of the year” and has dominion ”for 91 days, from spring to summer.” In the cabala, as Melchulael, he is one of four angelic personifications of the holy sefira Malkut (the other three are Sandalphon, Messiah, and Emmanuel). In grimoires he is Prince Machidiel and may be commanded to cause the maiden of the invocant’s desire to come to him; if a time and place be named then ”the maiden invoked will not fail to appear.”
Machiel (Machkiel, Makiel) - One of the guards of the 6th Heaven in hechaloth lore.
Machmay - An angel of the 7th hour of the night serving Mendrion.
Machnia (Machniel) - One of the seventy childbirth angels. As Machniel He is a guard at the gates of the South Wind.
Macroprosopus - In the cabala he is ”God of concealed form” the 1st of the holy sefiroth.
Madagabiel - One of the guards at the gates of the North Wind.
Madan - An angel of Mercury.
Madiel - In occultism he is a governing angel of the watery triplicity residing in the 1st Heaven and invoked from the east.
Madimiel (Madiniel, Madamiel) - An angel of the 1st pentacle of Mars. In Mosaic lore he is one of seven princes ”who stand continually before God and to whom are given the spirit-names of the planets.”
Mador - In hechaloth lore a guard of the 4th heavenly hall.
Madriel - An angel of the 9th hour of the day serving Vadriel.
Mael - In occultism he is a governing angel of the watery triplicity residing in the 1st Heaven and invoked from the north. He is a Monday angel and one of the intelligences of Saturn.
Magog - [Gog and Magog]
Magirkon - One of the many names of Metatron.
Maguth - An angel of the air operating on Thursday. He is minister to Suth, chief of the air angels, all of whom are subject to the South Wind.
Mah - According to Persian lore, he is the angelic overseer of the mutations of the moon.
Mahadeo (Mahesh) - In Vedic lore, Mahadeo (Siva) is one of eleven angels ”with matted locks and 3 eyes” that represent symbolically the sun, moon, and fire. He also has (or had) 5 heads.
Mahalel and Mahalkiel - Amulet angels effective for warding off evil.
Mahananel - One of the many guards at the gates of the North Wind.
Mahariel - ”swift.” An angel of Paradise stationed at the 1st portal; he provides new souls for the purified ones.
Mahashel - One of the seventy-two angels of the quinaries of the Zodiac.
Mahasuah - One of the seventy-two angels bearing the mystical name of God Shemhamphorae.
Mahish (Mahash) - A mighty angel who, with Brahma and Vishna, sprang from one of the primary properties.
Mahka’il (Michael) - An Arabic guardian angel invoked during exorcism rites.
Mahniel - ”mighty camp.” Another name for ”Azreil the Ancient.” In The Zohar he is an angel who commands ”60 myriads of legions, all winged, some full of eyes, some full of ears.”
Mahzeil - An angel in Mandaean lore.
Maianiel - An angel serving in the 5th Heaven.
Maion - An angel with dominion over Saturn.
Maiphiat - An angel invoked in the exorcism of the Bat.
Makatiel - ”plague of God.” One of the seven angels of punishment.
Makiel - A spellbinding angel invoked in Syriac incantations rite.
Maktiel (Matniel) - An angel with charge over trees. As Matniel he is one of the angels of punishment over ten nations. He lodges in the 4th compartment of Hell.
Malach ha-Mavet - In both rabbinic literature and Koranic lore, the angel of death, usually identified as Sammael or Azreal.
Malachi (Malachy) - ”angel of God” The angel of Jehovah. The final book of the Old Testament is called Malachi.
Malach Ra - An angel of evil (in the causative sense), not necessarily himself evil. (Good angels under orders from God, often perform missions or acts commonly regarded as unjust, wicked, and evil.)
Malaku‘l - Maut In the Koran, the angel of death. He may be identified as Izrael or Azreal.
Malashiel - The preceptor angel of Elijah.
Malik (Malac) - In Arabic lore, a terrible angel who guards Hell. He is assisted by nineteen sbires (zabaniya) or guardians. In the Koran, Malik tells the wicked who appeal to him that they must remain in Hell forever because ”they abhorred the truth when the truth was brought to them.”
Malkiel (Malchiel) - ”God’s king.” One of three angelic princes serving under Sephuriron, who is last in rank of the ten holy sefirtoth. He is also one of the guards at the gates of the South Wind.
Malkiyyah (Melchiah) - An angel who ”serves the blood.” This name is found on amulets as a protection against hemorrhages; it is mentioned in an unpublished Hebrew manuscript and occurs in Ezra 10:31.
Malkuth (Melkout, Malchut) - The 10th sefira, the En Soph, the Shekinah, soul of the Messiah, or Metatron.
Malmeliyah - One of the many names of Metatron.
Malthidrelis - An angel with dominion over the sign of Aries.
Maltiel - A Friday angel residing in the 3rd Heaven and invoked from the west. He is also an intelligence of Jupiter. A preceptor angel of Elijah and a guard of the West Wind.
Maluzim - A holy angel invoked in goetic rites.
Mambe’a - A mighty angel whose name appears inscribed on a terra cotta devil trap (amulet) in Hebrew characters dated circa 1st-2nd centuries B.C.E. He was invoked as a protective spirit, in Babylon, against sorceries.
Mameroijud - In the Pauline Art, the chief angel of the 10th hour of the night serving Jusguarin.
Mamiel - An angel officer of the 7th hour serving Barginiel.
Manah - An Arabic goddess-angel of fertility. Her idol, the oldest known to the Arabs, was destroyed on Mohammed’s command.
Manakel - An angel with dominion over aquatic animals and one of the seventy-two zodiac angels.
Maneij - An officer angel of the 4th hour of the night serving Jefischa.
Maniel - A Syriac spellbinding angel.
Mantus - In Etruscan religion, one of the nine Novensiles (supreme spirits).
Manu - In Assyro-Babylonian lore, ”Manu the Great” was a spirit that presided over fate.
Manuel - An angel governing the sign of Cancer.
Marfiel - An angel of the 4th hour of the day serving Vachmiel.
Margash - One of the many names of Metatron.
Margesiel - One of the many names of Metatron.
Margiviel - Prince of the face and a guard of the 4th Heaven.
Mariel (Mahariel) - A Syriac spellbinding angel.
Marifiel - A chief angel officer of the 8th hour of the night serving under Narcoriel.
Marioch (Marioc, Mariuk) - An angel who watched over the writings of Enoch. Along with Ariuk, God placed him as guardian over the immediate descendants of Enoch to assure that his books were preserved.
Marmarao - A spirit invoked to overcome or cure bladder trouble caused by the demon Anoster.
Marmarath (Marmaraoth) - One of the seven planetary angels and the only one able to overcome the female jinn of war, Klothod.
Marniel - An amulet angel for warding off evil.
Marnuel - An angel mentioned by Rabbi Akiba.
Marnuthiel - An angel mentioned by Rabbi Akiba.
Maroch - The Lemegeton cites him as an angel of the 5th hour of the day serving Sazquiel.
Maron - A holy name by which demons are commanded in Solomonic magick.
Maroth (Maroot, Marout) - ”bitterness” Along with Haroth, he was sent down by God ”with full commission to exercise government over all mankind, and to tutor and instruct them.” He is a character in Persian lore adopted by the Jews. The Koran also speaks of him as an angel.
Mashith (Masit) - ”destroyer” An angel appointed over the deaths of children. He was one of the five angels of punishment that Moses encountered in Heaven according to the Midrash Tehillim. In The Zohar he is one of three demons in Gehinnom (Hell) who punishes those who sin by idolatry, murder, and incest. The other two are Af and Hemah.
Masim - One of the many guards at the gates of the East Wind.
Maskelli (Maskelli-Maskello) - [Zarazaz]
Maskiel - In hechaloth lore a guard of the 1st Heaven.
Masleh - In the occult, the angel who ”actuated the chaos and produced the four elements.” In Jewish lore, he is the ruler of the Zodiac. In The Ancient’s Book of Magic, “the power and influence of Logos descends through the angel Masleh into the sphere of the zodiac.”
Masniel - A governing angel of the zodiac.
Maspiel - An angel stationed in the 2nd Heaven.
Mass Massiah - In the Talmud’s Shabbath, an angel invoked for the curing of cutaneous disorders.
Mastema (Mansemat) - The accusing angel; like Satan, he works for God as tempter and executioner; he is prince of evil, injustice, and condemnation. The Book of Jubilees and The Zádokite Fragments and the Dead Sea Scrolls, cite him as the angel of adversity, ”father of all evil, yet subservant to God.” It was Mastema who tried to kill Moses (Exodus 4:24) and who hardened Pharaoh’s heart (the Midrash Abkir names Uzza here). There is a legend that he appealed to God to spare some of the demons so that he might execute the power of his will on the sons of man. God apparently thought this was a good idea and allowed 1/10th of the demons to remain at large, in the service of Mastema. It is also claimed that he helped the Egyptian sorcerers when Moses and Aaron appeared before Pharaoh to perform their magick.
Mastho - In Transcendental Magic he is called the ”genius of delusive appearances.” He is one of the angels of the 10th hour.
Matafiel - In hechaloth lore, one of the seven angel guards of the 2nd Heaven.
Mataqiel - ”sweet.” One of the seven angel guards of the 1st Heaven in hechaloth lore.
Matarel (Matariel) - In rabbinic and pseudo-epigraphic lore, the angel of rain. In 3 Enoch he is one of the rulers of the world.
Mathiel - A Tuesday angel residing in the 5th Heaven and invoked from the north.
Mathlai - One of the spirits of Mercury, a Wednesday angel residing in the 2nd or 3rd Heaven and invoked from the east.
Matmoniel - A ”holy minister of God” who may be summoned to procure for the invocant a magic carpet using Solomonic conjuration rituals.
Matrona - The Shekinah called ”angel of the Lord” in The Zohar.
Matsmetsiyah - One of the many names of Metatron.
Mavet - An angel of death. [See Malach ha-Mavet]
Mavkiel - An amulet angel for warding off evil.
Maymon - Chief angel of the air, ruler of Saturn, and subject to the South Wind. He has three angels that minister to him: Abumalith, Assaibi, and Belidet.
Mbriel - An angel who rules over the winds.
Meachuel - In The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses one of the three angels of the Triune God used for conjuring. The other two are: Lebatei and Ketuel.
Mebabel - One of the angels of the degrees of the zodiac. Those wishing to usurp the fortune of others invoke him. He is known to protect the innocent. His corresponding angel is Thesogar.
Mebahael - One of the seventy-two angels bearing the name God Shemhamphorae.
Mebahaiah - An angel who has dominion over morals and religion; also helps those desiring offspring. He is one of the angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae. His corresponding angel is Smat.
Mechiel - One of the Zodiac angels.
Mediat (Modiat) - King of the Wednesday angels and one of the intelligences of Mercury.
Medorin - An angel in the heavenly Paradise.
Medussusiel - An angel of the 6th hour of the day serving Samil.
Meetatron - [Metatron]
Mefathiel - ”an opener of doors” An angel favored by thieves and other troublemakers.
Megiddon - An angel belonging to the order of seraphim.
Mehahel - An angel belonging to the order of cherubim.
Mehaiah - An angel belonging to the order of principalities.
Mehalalel - A Syriac spellbinding angel.
Mehekiel - An angel bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.
Meher (Mithra) - In Mandaean lore, the yazata (angel) presiding over light and justice.
Mehiel - An angel who protects university professors, orators, and authors. His corresponding angel is Astiro.
Mehreil - In the cabala, one of the archangels.
Mehuman - ”true, faithful” One of the seven angels of confusion.
Meil - One of three Wednesday angels invoked in ceremonial magick.
Meimeiriron - In ha-Cohen’s text, ”Emanations of the Left Side,” he is 4th of the ten holy sefiroth, the ”personalized Hesed.” The ”less authentic angel” of this sefira is Zadkiel.
Mekhapperyah - One of the many names of Metatron.
Melahel - One of the angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.
Melchidael (Melchiael) - An angelic prince summoned for his effectiveness in providing the invocant with the woman of his desires. (The ”old way” of writing the grimoires seem to be very sexist; this angel, as well as any of the other similar angels, will also be effective if you are a woman desiring a man. They don’t appear to be sexist.)
Melchisedec (Melchizedek, Melch-Zadok) - ”the god Zadok is my king” King of righteousness whom most pseudo-Dionysius called ”the hierarch most beloved of God.” Epiphanius in his Adversus Hearess calls him an angel of the order of virtues. According to pseudo-Tertullian, he is a ”celestial virtue of great grace who does for heavenly angels and virtues what Christ does for man.” In Genesis 14, Melchisedec is the fabled priest-king of Salem, ancient name for Jerusalem. It was to Melchisedec that Abraham gave tithes. In Phoenician mythology Melchisedec, called Sydik, is the father of the seven elohim of the divine presence. In the Gnostic Book of the Great Logos, Melchisedec is Zorokothera. Hippolytus refers to a sect, followers of one Theodotus (probably the 3rd-century heretics known as the Melchisedans), who claimed that there was ”a great power named Melchisedek who was greater than Christ.” In certain occult sources, he is identified as the Holy Ghost. In the Book of Mormon he is referred to as ”the prince of peace.” His symbol is a chalice and a loaf of bread. A new form of the Melchisedek myth, the work of an early Christian, has Melchisedec as the supernatural offspring of Noah’s brother Nir, who is preserved in infancy by Michael, and who becomes, after the Flood, a great high priest, the ”Word of God,” and king of Salem, with ”power to work great and glorious marvels that have never been.” The term ”word of God” very likely comes from St, John’s ”in the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” In Midrash Tehillim, commenting on Psalm 76, Melchisedec is identified as Shem, one of Noah’s sons. This source also contains the legend of Melchisedec feeding the beasts in Noah’s ark.
Melech - An angel of the order of powers that may be invoked in conjuration rites.
Meleyal (Melejal) - ”fullness of God” An angel of the autumn. He rules three months of the year.
Melha - Chief of the order of flames (Buddhist counterpart of the seraphim).
Melioth - One of the nine angels ”that run together throughout heavenly and earthly places.”
Malkejal (Machidiel) - The angelic ruler of the month of March.
Melkiel - One of the angels of the four seasons serving with Helemmelek, Melejal, and Narel.
Memeon - An angel invoked in the benediction of the Salt.
Memsiel - A chief angel officer of the 7th hour of the night serving Mendrion.
Memuneh - ”Appointed one” A deputy angel, dispenser of dreams. Through Memuneh the universe operates.
Menadel - An angel of the order of powers; one of the angels of the zodiac. He keeps exiles faithful and loyal to their native land. His corresponding angel is Aphut.
Menafiel - An angel of the 11th hour of the day serving Bariel.
Mendrion - The supreme ruling angel of the 7th hour of the night.
Menerva (Menvra, Minerva) - One of the Novensiles (the nine supreme spirits) of the Etruscans.
Meniel - One of the angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.
Menor - An angel conjured in the exorcism of Wax.
Mentor - An angel invoked in the exorcism of Wax.
Mercury (Hermes) - In the cabala the angel of progress, also a designation for Raphael.
Meresijm - An angel of the 1st hour of the day serving under Sammael.
Meresin (Merasin, Meris, Metiris, Merihim, Meririm) - In A Theological Discourse of Angels he is one of the four angels of revelation—which would make him a holy angel; however, in The Hierarchy of the Blesséd Angels, he is lord of thunder and lightning in Hell—which would make him one of the dammed. As a fallen angel, chief of the aerial powers.
Merkabah - An angel of the chariot (the cherubim).
Merloy - An ”inferior” angel invoked in Solomonic magick.
Mermeoth - One of the nine angels ”that run together throughout heavenly and earthly places.”
Merod - A ”most holy angel “ invoked in magickal operations.
Merof - an angel of the Seal.
Meros - An angel of the 9th hour of the day serving Vadreil.
Merroe - ”a most pure angle;” invoked in the conjuration of the Sword.
Meshabber - In rabbinic legendary lore, the angel with dominion over the death of animals.
Mesharim - The name of Joseph Caro’s angel, through whom Caro received visions and after whom he titled his Maggid Mesharim, a book which contains a description of the visions. The angel served as a personified Mishnah. Caro (1488-1575) was doyen of the 15th-century cabalistic Safed community in Upper Galilee (Palestine).
Mesriel - An angel of the 10th hour of he day serving Oriel.
Messiach - An angel invoked in magical operations. He is named in connection with the invocation ”of the water and of the hyssop.” It is advised to recite versicles out of Psalms 6, 67, 64, and 102.
Messiah - Equated with Soter, Christ, Savior, God. With Metatron, Messiah is designated a cherub and guardian angel of Eden armed with a flaming sword. He is also the angel of the Great Council, angel of the Lord, a sefira in the Briatic world and analogous to the Logos or Holy Ghost. Paul in Colossians 1:16 and Ephesians 1:21 has Messiah in mind when he speaks of the angel ”raised above all principalities and powers, virtues, dominations.”
Mesukiel - Third of the ten holy sefiras. He is equated with Machut or Malkuth; also with En Soph and the Shekinah. However, according to Isaac ha-Cohen of Soria, in his ”Emanations of the Left Side”, worlds of horror and destructive imaginings spring from Mesukiel, resulting in a double emanation, with seven successive groups of pure angels (the holy sefiroth) on one side and seven camps of dark spirits (the evil sefiroth) on the other.
Metatron (Metratton, Mittron, Metaraon, Merraton) - Metatron is a "well known angel." See his personal page here.
Metrator - ”a most holy angel” invoked in magickal operations, specifically the one ”concerning the Needle and other Iron Instruments,” and are advised to recite versicle from Psalm 31, and 42.
Miahel - One of the Zodiac angels.
Mibi - A ministering angel.
Michael (Mikail, Michel, Michal, Mikael) - Michael is a "well known angel." See his personal page here.
Michar - In gnosticism, a power, along with Mikhar, ”set over the waters of life.”
Microprosopus - ”the left side” of the operative good in cabalistic cosmogony; he was formed out of the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th sefiroth.
Midael - A ”chief and captain” in the celestial army. The Magus cites him as an angel of the order of warriors.
Midrash - One of the many names of Metatron.
Miel - A Wednesday angel and an angel of Mercury.
Migon - One of the many names of Metatron.
Mihael - An angel of the order of virtues with charge over conjugal fidelity and fertility. He is one of the angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.
Miha’il - In Muslim lore, an angel in the 2nd Heaven and in charge of a group of angels (in the guise of eagles) engaged in worshipping Allah.
Mihr (Mihir, Miher, Mithra) - According to ancient Persian lore, the angel presiding over the month of September and over the 16th day of September. He watched over friendship and love. The magi believed that on Judgment Day, two angels would stand on the bridge called al Sirat to examine every person crossing. Mihr, representing divine mercy, and holding a balance in his hand, would weigh the person’s actions and if found worthy, they would be permitted to pass on to Paradise. But, if found unworthy, then Sorush, representing divine justice, would hurl them into Hell.
Mijcol (Mijkol) - An angel of the Seal.
Mikael - An angel who influences the decisions of monarchs, nobles, and governors; also useful in uncovering conspiracies against states. His corresponding angel is Arpien.
Mikail (Mikhael, Michael) - In Arabic lore, a guardian angel invoked in rites of exorcism.
Mikhar (Mikheua) - In gnosticism one of the celestial powers with dominion over the springs of the waters of life (heavenly baptism).
Mikiel - One of the Zodiac angels.
Milkiel (Melkeyal, Tamaani) - ”my kingdom is God” An angel who rules over spring.
Milliel - A Wednesday angel residing in the 2nd or 3rd Heaven and invoked from the south.
Miniel - In occult lore, one of the great luminaries whose chief virtue is that he can, when invoked, induce love in an otherwise cold and reluctant maid; but for best results invoke from the south. He is also invoked for spells for the manufacture and use of magic carpets.
Mirael - A ”chief and captain” of the celestial armies, invoked in Solomonic magick.
Miri - an angel of an hour.
Miriael - an angel of the order of warriors.
Misran - Genius of prosecution and one of the genii of the 12th hour.
Missabu - A Monday angel of the air serving Arcan.
Missaln - One of the angels of the moon serving on Monday and may be invoked.
Mitatron - A Wednesday angel residing in the 3rd Heaven and invoked from the west.
Mithghiiel A’- One of the angel princes of the Hosts of X.
Mithra (Mitra, Mihir, Ized) - In Vedic cosmology one of the shining gods, analogous to the Judaeo-Christian angels. He has been identified with Metatron. In Persian theology, he is one of the twenty-eight izeds (spirits) that surround the great god Ahura Mazda. He ”rises from a paradise in the east, has 1,000 ears and 10,000 eyes.” Among Aryans, he is a god of light. In Heaven he assigns places to the souls of the just.
Mitmon - An angel summoned in goetic magick.
Miton - One of the many names of Metatron.
Mitzrael (Mizrael) - One of the archangels in the cabala who induces obedience on the part of inferiors toward superiors. He bears the name of God Shemhamphorae. His corresponding angel is Homoth.
Mivon - One of the many names of Metatron.
Mizabu - A spirit of the four quarters of the Universal Mansions, called on in Monday invocations.
Mizan - An angel invoked in Arabic incantations.
Mizgitari - Angel of eagles and of the 7th hour.
Mizkun - Angel of amulets and of the 1st hour.
Mizumah - The angel who ”attended the servants of God and promoted the better faith,” in ancient Persia.
Mnesinous - In the Revelation of Adam to his Son Seth, one of the great celestial powers ”who are to draw the elect up to Heaven.”
Moakkibat (Moakibat) - The recording angel in Muslim lore. Identified with Pravuil or Radueriel in Judaeo-Christian lore, or as Nebo (Nebu) in Babylonian lore. The term ”al Moakkibat” means two guardian angels who write down men’s activities. They succeed each other daily.
Modiel - One of the many guards at the gates of the East Wind.
Modiniel - An angel of Mars, his corresponding intelligence is Graphael.
Monadel - One of the angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae.
Morael (Moriel) - In goetic lore the angel of awe or fear who rules the month of Elul (August-September). He can make all things in the world invisible.
Morax - [Forfax]
Mordad - In ancient Persian lore, the angel of death.
Moroni - The Mormon angel of God, son of ”Mormon, the last great leader of the Nephites.”
Mqttro - One of the nomina barbara “that ministers to the son of man.”
Mrgioial - One of the nomina barbara and among the four angels appointed by God to the Sword.
Mtniel - An angel, who with Jehiel and Hayyel, has dominion over wild beasts.
Mufgar - In hechaloth lore, a guard of the 1st heavenly hall.
Muffiel - In hechaloth lore, a guard of the 7th heavenly hall.
Mumiah - An angel with control over the sciences of physics and medicine and is in charge of health and longevity. His corresponding angel is Atembui.
Mumol - An angel invoked along with Mutuol in the consecration of Pen and Ink.
Mupiel - ”out of the mouth of God” An angel invoked for obtaining a good memory and an open heart in Mosaic incantation rites.
Murdad - The angel of July and governor of the 7th day of the month in Persian lore. When identified with Azrael, he is the angel who separates the body from the soul at death.
Muriel (Murriel) - (from the Greek ”myrrh”) The angel of June and ruler of the sign of Cancer. He is a ruler of the order of dominations. When invoked from the south he can provide the invocant with a magick carpet. He serves Veguaniel as one of the chief officers of the 3rd hour of the day.
Musanios - In Gnostic lore, an aeon of the lower ranks, yet he is ruler of the realm of the invisible.
Mutuol - An angel invoked in the consecration of Pen and Ink.
Mzpopiasaiel - A leader of the angels of wrath.