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Angels beginning with the letter B

Baabiel

According to the Kabbalah, Baabiel is an angel who serves in the first of the seven Heavens. Angels from the Kabbalah (of Cabala are sometimes known as Cabalistic angels).

Baal

Baal is a spirit worshipped throughout much of the ancient Near East. The word derives from the Semitic for ‘lord’and Baal became the chief God of fertility and lord of the rain. Baal’s supply of moisture was believed crucial to the survival of crops. Baal was also believed to represent the lord of Israel, and was a well-established deity in the area’s belief systems when the Israelites arrived.

Christians believe Baal to be a demon, and this is a separate entity that the one above.

(Faber. L. 2010. The Book of Angels. London. Arcturus Publishing Ltd.)

Balam

Balam was once an angel of the order of dominations before becoming a fallen angel in hell. He is now ‘a terrible and powerful king, with three heads and the tail of a serpent’. The heads are those of a bull, a man and a ram. Balam is said to ride a bear and appear naked. He leads 40 regions of infernal spirits.

(Davidson. G., 1994. A Dictionary of Angels. USA. The Free Press).

Baal Davar

Baal Davar was the name given to Satan by the Chasidic Jews of the eighteenth century.

Baalesbul

Baalesbul is one of the names for Beelzebub. Beelzebub is second to Satan in hell.

Baal-Peor

Baal-Peor is another name for Belphegor, who is a fallen andgel and the infernal ambassador to France. He appears as a young woman when invoked, and is the demon of discoveries and inventions.

Babel

Babel is often referenced as an angel of Wednesday and sometimes as one of Friday. To invoke Bable, one must be facing south or west and the Kabbalah describes him as an angel of the third Heaven. Babel is a messenger of the planet Jupiter.

Babhne’a

Babhne’a is a powerful angel invoked to protect against evil. For example, Babhne’a’s name would be etched in Hebrew on Babylonian devil traps in hope of protection.

(Davidson. G., 1994. A Dictionary of Angels. USA. The Free Press).

Babiel

Another name for Babel, Babiel refers to the angelic messenger of Jupiter and angel of Wednesday.

Bachanael

Also known as Bachanoe, Bachanael is an angel of the first Heaven, as well as ruler of Monday.

Bachanoe

Another name for Bachanael, Bachanoe is one of the angels of the first Heaven and ruler over Monday.

Bachiel

Bachiel serves the fourth Heaven and is an angel of the air. Bachiel must be invoked from the East and is one of the angels of the planet Saturn. The Ozar Midrashim lists Bachiel as one of the West Wind’s guardian angels.

Bachliel

Bachliel is one of the guardian angels of the South Wind.

Baciel

Also known as Bachiel, Baciel is one of the angels of the air and a servant of the fourth Heaven. Baciel is also one of the angels of Saturn, and a guardian of the West Wind.

Badariel

Badariel is a fallen angel, and one of two hundred in total.

Badpatiel

Called upon for protection against evil, Badpatiel’s name was found written on an oriental Hebrew charm (also known as a kamea).

Bae

The angel Bae is invoken for protection from demons and for their exorcism, according to the Testament of Solomon.

Bael

From the word ‘Baal’ meaning ‘lord’ or ‘possesor’, Baal appears in the ancient grimoires and Wierus Pseudo-Monarchia as a powerful king in the underworld. He is said to rule over the East of hell, and is served by 60 or 70 legions of devils. When invoked, Bael appears as a three-headed creature, with the head os a cat, a toad and a man.

The Zohar equates Bael with the archangel Raphael.

Ba-En-Kekon

Ba-En’Kekon is an aeon, and is known as ‘The Soul of Darkness’. He first appeared in the Egyptian Book of the Dead and is also mentioned in Pistis Sophia gnosticism.

Bagdal

The angel Bagdal oversees Taurus, the zodiac sign of the bull along with Araziel. Transcendental Magic claims that Bagdal is a genius.

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