Angel of Darkness - Also called the prince of darkness and angel of death (Belial, Bernael, Haziel, Beliar, Satan, etc.). "All who practice perversity are under the domination of the angel of darkness. "All men's afflictions and all their moments of tribulations are due to this being's malevolent sway." According to Budge, Ammulets and Talismans, quoting "the later rabbis," the angel of darkness is Kochbiel. In Chaldean lore, and in Kramer, From the Tablets of Sumer, the angel is An. In Mandaean lore there were 5 primal beings of darkness: Akrun (Krun), Ashdum (Shdum), Gaf, Hagh, Zasgi-Zargana.
Angel of Dawn - In gnosticism, applied to the dragon which, in Revelation, is a term for Satan or Lucifer.
Angel of the Day (Angel of Daylight) - Shamshiel, as in 3 Enoch [Rf. Amulets and Talismans; and Ginsberg, The Legends of the Jews II].
Angel of Death - In Rabbinic writings there, are at least a dozen of death: Adriel, Apollyon-Abaddon, Azrael, Gabriel (as guardian of Hades), Hemah, Kafziel, Kezef, Leviathan, Malach Ha-Mavet, Mashhit, Metatron, Sammael (Satan), Yehudiah (Yehudiam), Yetzer-hara. In Falasho lore the angel of death is Suriel. In Christian theology, Michael is the angel of death who "leads souls into the eternal light" at the yeilding up of the ghost of all good Christians. The Arabic angel of death is Azrael. He is also Iblis as in the Arabian Night tale, "The Angel of Death with the Proud King." The Babylonian god of death is Mot. According to Schonblum, Pirke Rabbenu ha-Kadosh, there are 6 angels of death: Gabriel (over the lives of young people). Kafziel (over kings), Meshabber (over animals), Mashhit (over children), Af (over men), Hemah (over domestic animals). The angel of death is not necessarily an evil or fallen angel. He remains at all times a legate of God and in God's service. In Zoroastrianism, the angel of death or the demon of death is Mairya (male or female), who offered Zoroaster the empire of the world. The great whale or crocodile of Biblical lore, Leviathan (along with Rahab), is also identified as an angel of death, according to various rabbinic sources. In Talmud Abodah Zarah, 20, the angel of death, Sammael, is described as "altogether full of eyes; at the time of a sick man's departure he [the angel] takes his stand above the place of his [the sick man's] head, with his sword drawn an a drop of poision suspended on it." To Eisenmenger the supreme angel of death is Metatron, whose subordinates are Gabriel and Sammael. In his Book of Beliefs and Opinions, Saadiah Gaori (10th century) says that "our teachers have informed us that the angel sent by God to separate body from soul appears to man in the form of a yellowish flame, full of eyes shining with a bluish fire, holfing in his hand an drawn sword point at the person to whom death is coming." The angel who would qualify here, not so much for his description of him as in relation to his office, is the benevolent angel of death, Azrael. Over 6 persons the angel of death has no power (says Talmud Baba Bathra), to wit Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Aaron, and Miriam.
Angel of December - Haniel or Nadiel. In ancient Persian lore, the angel of December was Dai.
Angel of the Deep - Tamiel, Rampel; also Rehab.
Angel of Deliverance - In Zharistic writings, the angel of deliverance is Pedael.
Angel of the Deserts - One of the unnamed "splendid, terrible and mighty angel chiefs who passed before God to extol and rejoice in the first Sabbath."
Angel of Destiny [Oriel or Manu]
Angel of Destruction ("malache habbalah") - Uriel, Harbonah, Azriel, Simkiel, Za'afiel, Af, Kolazonta, Hemah, Chief of the group is Kemuel, according to the Revelation of Moses, but according to 3 Enoch, the chief is Simkiel. In the latter book, the angels of destruction correspond to the angels of punishment, and these in turn may be equated with the angels of vengence, wrath, death, ire. They may also be compared to the Avestan devas."When executing the punishments on the world, the angels of destruction are given the "Sword of God" to be used by them as an instrument of punishment." According to Moses Gaster, there were 40,000 such angels, but, according to a Jewish legend, there were (or still are) in Hell alone 90,000 angels of destruction. It is said that the angels of destruction helped the magicians of Egypt in Pharoah's time; that they duplicated the miracle performed bu Moses and Aaron, specifically the ciracle of changing water into blood. There is a division of opinions among rabbinic writers as to whether the angels of destruction are in the service of God or of the devil. Apparently, even when they serve the devil, it is with the permission of God. In The Zohar I, Rabbi Judah, discoursing on the Deluge, declared that "no doom is ever executed on the world, whether of annihilation or any other chatisement, but the destroying angel is in the midst of the visitation." In Ginsberg, The Legends of the Jews, it is related that when Moses visited Hell, he beheld in aregion called Titha-Yawen sinners (mainly userers) standing "up to their navels in mud" lashed by the angels of destruction "with fiery chains, the sinners' teeth being broken with fiery stones from morning until evening."
Angel of the Disk of the Sun - Chur, in ancient Persian lore. Cf. Gagaliel, angel of the wheel of the sun.
Angel of Divination [Eistibus]
Angel of the Divine Chariot [Rikbiel YHWH]
Angel of the Divine Presence (Angel of the Face) - Blake subtitled his engraving "The Loacoon," "The Angel of the Divine Presence."
Angel of Dominations (dominations) - Zacharael, who is usually designated prince of this hierarchic order, Dionysius, in his famous work on the celestial orders, placed the dominions or dominations first in the 2nd triad of the 9 choirs.
Angel of Doves [Alphum]
Angels (or Lords) of Dread - According to 3 Enoch, 22, they worked in unison with the Captain of Fear in surrounding the throne of Glory and "singing praise and hymns before YHWH, the God of Israel." They aggrregate "thousand times thousand and ten thousand times ten thousand."
Angel of Dreams - Duma(h) and Gabriel. In the cabala, according to Levi, Transcendental Magic, the angel of dreams is the Moon, or Gabriel.
Angel of the Dust [Suphlatus]