Angel of the Abyss - Usually identified as Uriel, the "angel set over the world and Tartarus." [C,f. Apsu, female angel of the abyss in Babylonian--Chaldean mythology.]
Angel of Adversity - In works like The Zadokite Fragments and The Book of Jubilees, the angel of adversity is Mastema, prince of evil, equated with Satan.
Angel of Agriculture [Risnuch]
Angel of the Air [Chasan, Casmaron, Cherub, Iahmel]
Angel of Albion - An angel "created" by Blake as a character in his "Visions of the Daughters of Albion."
Angel of Alchemy and Mineralogy - Och
Angel of the Altitudes - Among the principal rulers of the 4 altitudes or chora are Barachiel, Gabriel, Gediel, [Rf. The Almadel of Solomon.]
Angel of Anger - In his visit to Paradise, as reported in the apocalyptic Revelation of Moses, the great Lawgiver encounters the angels of anger and wrath in the 7th Heaven. He finds these angels composed "wholly of fire." Our angel of anger is Af.
Angel of Annihilation - In the story relating to Esther and Ahaserurus, the angel of annihilation is Harbonah or Hasmed.
Angel of Announcments - In ancient Persian lore, the angel of announcements is Sirushi, who ranks als as the angel of Paradise.
Angel of Annunciation - Gabriel. The Angel of annunciation is the subject of innumerable paintings by the great masters: da Vinci, Memlings, Fra Filippo Lippi, Fra Angelico, El Greco, Titian, etc. In the annunciation to Mary, as related in Matthew, the name of Gabriel does not occur; it occurs in the account by Luke (both with regard to Elizabeth and Mary).
Angel of the Apocalypse - Orfiel; also Anael (Haniel, Anafiel), Zacgariel, Raphael, Samael, Michael, Gabriel, and St, Francis of Assisi. According to Cornelius Agrippa, each angel is credited with a reign of 354 years. The St. Vincent Ferrer (1350-1419). [Rf. Levi, Trancendental Magic.] Malvina Hoffman, American scultress did a figure in gold bronze titled the ' Archangel of the Apocalyse."
Angel of April - Asmodel. In ancient Persian lore, the angel was Andibehist.
Angel of Aquarius - In works of ceremonial magic, the angel of Aquarius is Ausiel (Ausiul). Rabbi Chomer in Levi'book of magic cites the 2 governing spirits of Aquarius as Archer and Ssakmakiel (Tzakmaqiel).
Angel of Aquatic Animals [Manakel]
Angel of Aries - In ceremonial magic, the angel of Aries (the Ram) is Ariel or Machidiel, the latter being also the angel of March. In the cabala, the 2 spirits governing thye signs of Aries are Sataaran and Sarahiel (Sariel).
Angel of the Ark of the Covenant - The 2 angels of the ark of the covenant are usually Zarall and Jarel, both belonging to the order of Cheribum. Another angel, Sandalphon, has been described as "left-handed cherub of the Ark." Some Authorities, interpreting Exodus 25, maintain that 4 angels should be represented on the ark, 2 on each side.
Angel of Ascension - In the Acts of the Apostles, the angels of ascension are spoken of as "two men [which] stood by in white apparel." Chrysostom, Eusebius, Cyril of Jerusalem speaks of angels present at the Ascension. In noncanonical writings there are frequences to the angels of ascension as 2 in number, but nowhere are they named.
Angel of Aspirations and Dreams - According to Jewish cabala, the moon is the angel of aspirations and dreams; in occult lore, it is Gabriel.
Angel of Augsburg, The - A name given to Agnes Bernauer, the lovely but low-born wife of Duke Albrecht of Wiirtenberg. She was drowned as a witch in 1435, at the instigation of Albrecht's father, Doke Ernest of Bavaria.
Angel of August - In Trithemius, The Book of Secret Things, the angel of August is Hamaliel; he is said to have dominions over the sign of Virgo in the zodiac. Occult lore cites another angel of August, or August-September (in Hebrew, the season is Elul)--i.e., Morael, who is also the angel of August was Shahrivari.
Angel of Autumn - Guabarel; Tarquam. The head of the sign of August is Torquaret.