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Angels beginning with the letter O

Obaddon

Obaddon is a variant of Abaddon. According to ‘The Messiah’ by Klopstock, Obaddon is a seraph and Ithuriel’s companion. Obaddon is named “the minister of death”.

Obizuth

Obizuth is a female dragon with wings. She was put to flight by Bazazath, an archangel.

Och

Och is found in Occultist beliefs and he rules the sun. When invoked, Och can grant 600 years of wellbeing and health. He also rules 28 of the 196 Olympian provinces in which Heaven is divided. He is said to be a mineralogist and a “prince of alchemy”.

Octinomon (Octinomos)

Octinomon is “a most holy angel of God” and he is invoked in the conjuration of the reed.

Odd, Angel of the

The Angel of the Odd is a fictional angel who appears in Poe’s tale.

Oertha

Oertha is an angel of the north who resides in the fifth Heaven. The ‘Gospel of Bartholomew’ claims that “he has a torch of fire and putteth it to his sides, and they warm the great coldness of him so that he not freeze the world”.

Oethra

There are nine angels that “run together throughout heavenly and earthly places”, according to ‘The Gospel of Bartholomew.

Ofaniel or Ofan (Ofniel, Ophan, Ophaniel, Yahriel)

Ofaniel is the chief of the order of ofanim or thrones. He is believed to rule over the moon and is occasionally called “the angel of the wheel of the moon”. According to Enoch 3 he has 16 faces, 100 pairs of wings and 8466 eyes. He is also “one of the 7 exalted throne angels who carry out the commands of the powers”.

Ofanim (Auphanim)

The Ofanim are equivalent to the order of thrones and Enoch once spoke of the “ofanim of the fiery coals”. The ofanim are ranked higher than the seraphim in ‘The Zohar’. However, in the Italian philosopher Mirandola’s scheme they were ranked sixth out of the nine celestial hierarchies. Ofaniel is the chief of this order, but some view Raphael or Rikbiel as the leader.

Ofiel

Ofiel is one of the amulet angels, there are 70 in total.

Ofniel

Please see Ofaniel.

Og

Og descended from the fallen angels and is Ahijah’s son, as well as Semyaza’s grandson and Sihon’s brother. According to Jewish lore, Og was an Amorite giant who Moses killed with a blow to the ankle. The Bible depicts him as the King of Bashan who was sent to Israel by God. Another tale states that Og survived the Flood by sheltering on the roof of the ark.

Ogdoas

Ogdoas is the highest ranking Gnostic order of angels. The ancient Greeks believed that Ogdoas was the eighth Heaven where divine wisdom resides.

Ohazia

Ohazia is a guardian angel of the Third Heaven.

Olrin

The Olrin are the angels who preside over the Earth’s kingdoms, and they are found in Chaldean cosmology.

Ol

Ol is a prince of the sign of Leo, as well as one of the fiery triplicities.

Olivier

Once a prince of the order of archangels, Olivier is referenced in ‘Admirable History of the Possession and Conversion of a Penitent Woman’ by Michaelis.

Olympian Spirits

According to the 16 century text of magical rituals – ‘Arbatel of Magic’, there are seven powerful Olympian Spirits. They are sometimes known as Stewards of Heaven and they live in the air and space. Each of the Olympian Spirits rules over several of the 196 Olympic provinces that comprise Heaven. These spirits are Bethor, Araton, Och, Phaleg, Phul and Ophiel.


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