Angel Tame Beasts [Behemiel]
Angel Tartarus (Hades) - Uriel; also the eponymous chief Tartaruchi.
Angel of Taurus - In ceremonial magic, the chief angel of this azodiacal sign (the Bull) is Tual, otherwise Asmodel. According to Rabbi Chromer, quoted by Levi in Transcendental Magic, the governing spirits of Taurus are Bagdal and Araziel.
Angel of Tears - Sandlphon and Cassiel. In Islamic lore, the Angel of Tears (not named) dwells in the 4th Heaven.
Angel of Terror - These angels are equated with the angels of quaking. They are the stronger among the hierarchs and surround the throne of glory. In Jewish mysticism, Pahadron is the chief angel of terror. He governs the month of Tshri (September-October).
Angel of the Testament - John the Baptist, according to Salkeld in, A Treatise of Angels quoting Malchi: " and the angel of the testament whom you desire," etc. This would apply to Christ, says Lactantus in Schneweis, Angels and Demons According to Lactantius. The pasgae in Malachi is also translated as "messenger" of the covenant. In the view of regamey (What Is An Angel?) the foregoing would denote that "Christ is to proclaim himself the angel of the testament and to cause John The Batptist to be recognized as the messenger" merely.
Angel of the Third Heaven - Among the principal rulers here are Jabniel, Rabacyel, Dalquiel, Barachiel, and Saphiwel. It was in the 3rd Heaven that Moses encountered an angel "so tall, it would take a human 500 years to climb to his height; he had 70,000 heads, each head as many mouths, each mouth as many tongues, etc. Mohammed Slao saw such an angel in Heaven, but neither in Talmus nor in the Koran is he named.. A good guess would be Erelim, eponymous head of the order of Erelim; or Raziel, sometimes credited with being chief of the order. The term erelim derives from Issaiah. In de Abano, The Heptameron, the angels of the 3rd Heaven include Milliel, Ucirmuel, Nelapa, Jerescue, and Babel. Some sources place the Erelim in the 4th Heaven.
Angel of the Throne - The Hebrew equivalent of the order of thrones is arelim or oraphim, according to The Book of the Angel Raziel; "there were seven who stand before the throne." However according to Jewish lengend, there were (or are) 70. Among the chiefs of the order the following may be mentioned: Orifiel, Ophaniel, (opnoymous head of the ophanim), Raziel, Jabkiel, Jophiel, Ambriel, Tychagar, Barael, Quelamia, Paschar, Boel, Raum, Murmur. A number of these hierarchs are no longer found in Heaven and are to be numbered among the fallen angels in Hell. In the Dionysian scheme, the thrones as an order are placed 3rd in the 1st triad of the celestial hierarchy. Their dominant characteristic or virtue is steadfastness.
Angel of Thunder - Ra'miel, and/or Uriel. The latter also serves as the angel of fire and lightning. In Assyro-Babylonian mythology, the god of thunder was Adad. Another Babylonian god of thunder was Rimmon.
Angel of Thursday - Sachiel, Castiel, and Assasiel. In Paracelus, Talismans, the angel of Thursday is Zachariel.
Angel Time - So called but not otherwise named in the Tarot (Tarot card no. 14). The angel of time "stands between the earth and heaven, clothed in a white robe, with wings of flame and a golden halo around his head. . . one foot on land, the other on the sea, behind him the sun rising. . . on his brow a sign of eternity and life: the circle." In the hermetic hierarchy, say Christian, The History and Practice of Magic, the genius of time is Rempha.
Angel of the Torah [Yefefiah; Iofiel (or Yofiel); Zagageal; Metatron]
Angel of Torment [Aftemellouchos]
Angel of Treasures [Parasiel]
Angel of the Treasures of the Dead [Remiel, i.e., Jeremiel)
Angel of Trees [Maktiel]
Angel of Trembling [Pahadron; also Angel of Quaking or Terror]
Angel of the Triplicities - in ceremonial magic, the angels who rule the zodiacal triplicities are: Michael, (over the firry triplicity); Raphael (over the airy triplicity); Gabriel (over the watery triplicity); and Uriel (over the earthly triplicity).
Angel of the Triune God - Meacheul, Lebatei, Ketuel.
Angel of Truth - Amitel; Michael; Gabriel. In Jewish lengend, the angel of truth (unnamed) opposed the creation of man when God first broached the idea; for this opposition he was burned, along with the angel of peace (who also opposed the idea) and the hosts under them. Since Gabriel and Michael escaped being burned, it must have been Amitel who was reduced to a cinder. In Muslim lore, Bagriel is the spirit of truth.
Angel of Tuesday - Samael; Satael; Amabiel; Friagne; Carmax; Arragon; and Hyniel.
Angel of Twilight [Aftiel]