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Angel Names Index

Angel-ology Angels Name Index -A-

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Angelic Pantheon
 

  • Abrunael (a.k.a. Abrinael)
  • Absinthium
  • Abtelmoluchos (a.k.a. Temeluch)
  • Abuhaza
  • Abuionij
  • Abuiori (a.k.a. Abuioro)
  • Abuioro (a.k.a. Abuiori)
  • Abuliel
  • Abuzohar
  • Acclamations
  • Accusing Angel, The - the name given to the Angel who "accuses" the sinner of the action; it is also applied to Satan, who, in the role of "the accuser," tests all humanity in its faithfulness toward God. The most famous incident involving Satan as The Accusing Angel is recounted in the Old Testament tale of Job. It is also used as a name for Samael.
  • Achaiah
  • Achamoth
  • Achartiel (a.k.a. Achathriel)
  • Achathriel (a.k.a. Achartiel)
  • Achazriel

 

  • Aceliah
  • Achides
  • Achsah (a.k.a. Angel of Benevolence)
  • Achtariel (a.k.a. Ahatriel, Akathriel Yah Yehod Sebaoth, Akatriel, Aktriel, Ketheriel, Yehadriel)
  • Achusaton
  • Aciel
  • Aclahaye
  • Acrabiel
  • Adabiel - one of the seven Archangels, with authority over Jupiter or Mars. It is thought that his name might be a version or variation of Abdiel.
  • Adad
  • Adadiyah
  • Adam
  • Adam's Angel (a.k.a. Raziel)
  • Adatiel
  • Adeo
  • Adernahael (a.k.a. Adnachiel, Advachiel)

 

  • Adhaijijon
  • Adhar
  • Adi (a.k.a. Adir, Adiri, Adirion, Adiron, Adiririon, Adriron)
  • Adiel
  • Adimus - an Angel who was long venerated by the Christian Church, but in 745 C.E. was included in a list of Angelic servants declared by Church officials to be henceforth ineligible for honor by the faithful. The cause of this decision was the paucity of scriptual evidence for his existence and works. He was one of a number of Angels, including, the famed Uriel, who were removed from the Angels to be venerated, the decision formally undertaken by a Council of Rome.
  • Adir (a.k.a. Adi, Adiri, Adirion, Adiron, Adiririon, Adriron)
  • Adiri (a.k.a. Adi, Adir, Adirion, Adiron, Adiririon, Adriron)
  • Adirael
  • Adiram
  • Adiriah
  • Adiriel
  • Adiririon (a.k.a. Adi, Adir, Adiri, Adirion, Adiron, Adriron) - an Angel found in Jewish mystical traditions. Adiririon is a powerful servant of the Lord, ranked as a chief among the Angelic orders. His name, however, is also connected with the name of God, and it was used on amulets as a preventive for the "evil eye."
  • Adiron (a.k.a. Adi, Adir, Adiri, Adirion, Adiririon, Adriron)
  • Adityas
  • Adjuchas
  • Admael  

 

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