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Angel Names Index

Angel-ology Angels Name Index -B-

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Angelic Pantheon

  • Betuliel
  • Bezaliel
  • Bhaga
  • Bibiyah
  • Bifiel
  • Bigtha, Biztha
  • Binah "Understanding"
  • Biqa "Good person"
  • Bizbul "in Zebul"
  • Black Angels - A name used, especially in Islamic lore, for the fallen Angels. Black Angels are generally considered demons. The two most famous fallen Angels by this appellation are Nakir and Monker.
  • Blaef
  • Blautel
  • Blinded Angel - The term used by Pope John Paul II for the devil, Satan. The pontiff implies that the devil has chosen to blind himself to the light and beauty of God and so exists in perpetual darkness, the blackness of sin. (See also Fallen Angels).
  • Bne Seraphim
  • Boamiel - An Angel mentioned in the obscure Jewish mystical work the Book of the Angel Raziel and ranked as one of the Angels with authority over the four divisions of heaven.
  • Bodiel

  • Boel (a.k.a. Bohel, Booel, Boul, Dohel) - One of the foremost Angels occupying the first heaven (of the seven heavens), according to the lore of the Zohar. Boel has possession of the four keys of the four corners of the Earth. He thus has the keys that can, if he is so instructed by God, open the gates of the Garden of Eden, which were locked after the fall of humanity and which had two very stern Cherubim placed as guards. As a ruler or guardian of one of the planets, he has authority over Saturn. 
  • Bottomless Pit, Angel of the - The Angel who has authority over the abyss, the bottomless pit, often also called hell. This Angel is usually identified as Abaddon (or Appolyon). Abaddon holds the key and also has the duty (or perhaps the pleasure) of binding Satan for one thousand years. There has been some debate over the centuries concerning whether the Angel of the bottomless pit is good or evil.
  • Briel
  • Brieus
  • Bualu
  • Buchuel
  • Buhair
  • Bull
  • Burc(h)at
  • Burning Bush, Angel of the - The famous Angel of the event recorded in the Book of Exodus (3:2) in which Moses beheld the burning bush. Some scholars prefer to say that the burning bush was not really an Angel, but God assuming this memorable form. In one Jewish tradition, the name of the Angel of the burning bush was Zagzagel. Others feel it was the Archangel Michael.
  • Busthariel
  • Butator (a.k.a. Angel of Calculations

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