Angel of the Sabbath - Names Sabbath in Jewish (rabbinic) writings, where he is represented as one of the great hierarchys in Heaven. "The angel named Sabbath who sat on the thrones of glory and the chiefs of all the angels of all the heavens and the abysses danced and rejoined before him."
Angel of Sagittarius - The angel of the sign of Sagittarius in the zodiac is Ayil or Sozajasel. According to Rabbi Chomer, the 2 governing spirits of the sign are Vhnori and Saritaiel (Saritiel). In Heywood, The Hierarchy of the Blessed Angels, the ruler of Sagittarius is Adnachiel.
Angel of Salvation - Haurvatat, who is one of the amesha spentas (archangels) in Zoroasterianism. In noncanonical lore (Enoch and Baruch apocrypha), the angel of salvation is Uriel.
Angel of Santification - Equated with the angel of glory and the angel of the presence. Chief among the angels of sanctification are Phanuel, Suriel, Metatron, Michael, Zagzagel. Like the angels of the presence, the angels of santification were created already circumcised, a "fact" attested to in the pre-Christian The Book of Jubilees.
Angel of of the Sanctuary - Sar ha-Kodesh. Also identified as Michael, Metatron, Yefefiah.
Angel of Saturday - Cassiel, Machatan, Uriel. In Talismans of Paracelsus, the angel of Saturday is Orifiel.
Angel of Saturn - Orifiel, Kafziel, Michael, Maion, Orifel, Mael, Saphiel, Schebtaiel. In the works of Zanchy, Agrippa, and Trithemius the angel of the planet Saturn is Zapkiel. Agrippa also lists Orifiel. In longfellow, The Golden Lengend, the angel governing Saturn is Anachiel. In later editions Longfellow substituted Orifiel for Anachiel.
Angel of Scandal - Zahun, according to Levi, Transcendental Magic, . In Apollonius of Tyanna, The Nuctemeron, Zahun is cited as one of the genii of the 1st hour.
Angel of Science - Raphael, who is also the angel of knowledge.
Angel of Scorpio - Sosol. According to Rabbi Chromer, quoted in Levi, Transcendental Magic, the 2 governing spirits of Scorpio are Riehol and Saissaeiel (Sartziel).
Angel of the Sea - Rehab. He is so called in Scripture and Talmud. Rehab was destroyed twice--once for refusing to divide the upper and lower waters at the time of creation, and again for trying to save from drowning the Egyptian hosts in pursuit of the fleeing Hebrews across the Red (more correctly reed) Sea.
Angel of the (Four) Seasons - Farlas (Winter); Telvi (Spring); Casmaran (Summer); Andarcel (Autumn). In medieval Hebrew text the angels of the 4 seasons are Malkiel, Helemmelek, Melejal, and Narel.
Angel of the Second Heaven - 2 Are usually cited. Raphael and Sacahariel. But since it was in the 2nd Heaven that the Moses encountered the angel Muriel "with his retinue of 50 myriads of angels"(Ginzberg, Tthe Lengend of the Jews II). Nuriel might be added to the ruler of this Heaven.
Angel of September - Uriel or Suriel, The ruler of the month of Tishri (September-October) is Pahadron. Howevr, if September is equated with the Hebrews month of Eloul, the angel is Eloqium. In ancient Persian lore, the angel of September was Miher (Mihr).
Angel of the Seven Days - Michael, Gabriel, Samael, Raphael, Sachiel, Anael, and Cassiel. According to Barrett, The Magus II (plate facing), the rulership as follows, with the sigil of each angels reproduced in the Barrett book: Michael, lord of Sunday; Gabriel, lord of Monday; Sachiel, lord of Tuesday; Rapahel, lord of Wednesday; Sachiel, lord of Thursday; Anael, lord of Friday; Cassiel, lord of Saturday.
Angel of of the Seven Heaven - The ruling princes of the 7 Heavens are; Gabriel, 1st Heaven; Raphael, Zachariel, Galizur, 2nd Heaven; Jabniel, Rabacyel, Zachariel, Dalquiel, 3rd Heaven; Michael, 4th heaven; Samael, Gadriel, 5th Heaven; Zachiel, Zebul, Sandalphon, Sabath, 6th Heaven; Cassiel (Kafziel), 7th Heaven. According to hechaloth lore, while some of the rulers reside in their respective Heavens, they are also found in other Heavens as guardians of the great halls. In Jewish legend, for example, Samael resides in the 7th Heaven (where it is said, he is a prisoner).
Angel of the Seven Last Plagues - In Revelation 15-17 there are 7 angels of the 7 last plagues "to whom are given 7 golden vials full of the wrath of god." The angels are not named.
Angel of Showers [Zaa'fiel]
Angel of Silence [Shateiel, Durma(h)
Angel of the Sirocco [Sikiel]
Angel of the Sixth Heaven - Zachiel, Zebul, Sabath, Sandalphon. "Here dwells the Guardian Angel of heaven and earth," according to the Muslims. The ruling prince of the 6th Heaven is Bodiel.
Angel of the Sky [Sahaqiel]
Angel of Sleep - The unnamed angel who deprived King Ahaureus of sleep in the Esther episode.
Angel over Small Birds [Tubiel]
Angel of Snow - Shalgiel, Michael. The angels of snow, unnamed, are spoken of in the apocryphal Revelation of John.
Angel of Solitudes - Cassiel, who is also the Angel of Tears (as is Sandolphon).
Angel of Song - Radueriel (Vretril), who is also choimaster of the muses. In Koranic lore, the angel of son is Israfel or Uriel. In rabbinic lore, the angel is Shemiel (Sheael, Shammiel) or Metatron. The last named is called "Master of Heavenly Song."
Angel Over Sorceries - "The wizard And of the priests of Midian used the angels set over sorceries to make the sun shine at night," according to the Biblical Antiquities of Philo, who make known secret arts to mankind, as related in Enoch I.
Angel of the Sorrows of Death [Parqlitos]
Angel of the Souls of Men [Remiel (Jeremiel)]
Angel of the Southwest [Naoutha]
Angel of the Sheres [Salatheel (Sealtiel); Jehudiel]
Angel of the Spring - In occult lore, there are 4: Amatiel, Caracasa, Core, Commissoros. The head of the sign of Spring is Spugliguel. The ruling angel is Mikiel.
Angel of the Star of Love [Anael]
Angel of the Stars [Kakbel, Kohabiel, Kochabiel, Kokbiel]
Angel of Sterility [Akriel]
Angel of Storm [Zakkiel, Zaamael]
Angel of Strength [Zeruch (Zeruel, Cerviel)]
Angel of Summer - Gargatel; Gaviel; Tariel. The head of the sign of summer is Tubiel.
Angel of the Summer Equinox - In this group there are 9 or more angels, with Oranir serving as chief. All are effective as amulets against the evil eye.
Angel of the Sun - in the cabals and occult lore, the angels of the sun included an array of hierarchs; Arithiel, Galgaliel, Gazardia, (spelt variuosly), Korshid-Metatron, Michael, Och, Rahael, Uriel, Zerachiel, etc. The Zohar (Exodus), speaks of "the angel appointed to rule and guide the sun," declaring that at dawn this angel "steps forth with the holy letters of the supernal blessed Name inscribed upon his brow, and in the power of those letters opens all the windows of Heaven." In ancient Persian lore, the angel of the disk of the sun was Chur.
Angel of Sunday - Michael (1st hour); Anael (2nd hour); Raphael (3rd hour); Gabriel (4th hour), Cassiel (5th hour); Sachiel (6th hour); Samael (7th hour); Michael (8th hour); Anael (9th hour); Raphael (10th hour); Gabriel (11th hour); Cassiel (12th hour). It will be observed that Michael, Anael, Raphael, Cassiel and Gabriel do double duty on the Sabbath day.
Angel of the Sun's Rays [Schachili]
Angel of the Supreme Mysteries [Raziel]
Angel of Sweet-Smelling Herbs [Arias]
Angel of the Sword - The chief angel of the sword is usually given as Soqued Hezi (variously spelt). But there are numerous other angels so designated, as in M. Gaster, The Sword of Moses.