This is the name for the angels who created the world, according to Phoenician beliefs. There were seven in total, and in Gnostic lore their equivalent is the angels of the presence.
The angel Kabniel can be invoked to help cure stupidity.
Please see Cabriel.
Kabshiel is an angel of Jewish lore who can be called upon to deliver grace and power. His name has been found etched onto amulets.
Kadal is one of the childbed amulet angels, and there are 70 in total.
The angel Kadashiel is a guardian stationed at the gates to the South Wind.
Please see Kadishim.
Kadi(el) is one of the Friday angels, and he serves in the Third Heaven. He must be invoked from the west.
This name means "power of mercy" and Kadir-Rahman is one of seven archangels. They are invoked during prayer and used for Yezidic devil worship.
Kadishim (Kadasim or Qaddisin)
These angels are stationed in either the Sixth of Seventh Heaven and they continuously praise God. They rank higher than the Merkabah angels and constitute the beth din (the seat of judgement). The chief of this angelic order was "made from hail, and he was so tall, it would take 500 years to walk a distance to his height". Jewish lore states that Moses encountered the Kadishim when he visited Heaven.
Kadkadael is one of the guardian angels stationed in the Sixth Heaven.
Kadmiel is an amulet angel, and there are 70 in total.
Kadosh is a guardian angel of the fourth hall of Heaven.
Kadriel is one of three Kabbalistic angels of prophecy. They are known as 'mouths' and were formed by God on the eve of Creation.
Kafkefoni is one of the fallen angels and one of the seven unholy Sephiroth. He is also the king of the Mazzikin and the husband of "the little leprous one".
(Faber. L. 2010. The Book of Angels. London. Arcturus Publishing Ltd.)
The angel Kafziel governs the death of kings. The Gnostics believed him to be of the seven archangels that rule over Saturn. He is described in 'The Zohar' as Gabriel's chief assistant in battle, alongside Hizkiel.
Please see Dahaviel.
Kakabel is a powerful angelic prince who rules over the stars and constellations. He is referenced in 'The Book of the Angel Raziel' as a high and holy angel. Enoch claims that he is a fallen angel, but all agree that he is very powerful and rules over 365,000 spiritual legions. He also teaches astrology.