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Angels beginning with the letter D

Daath

Cabalistic beliefs claim that Daath is the concealed Sephira, between the firt and second spheres. Daath represents knowledge and has sexual links of a spiritual nature. 'Daath' is a Hebrew word meaning 'knowledge'.
(Faber. L. 2010. The Book of Angels. London. Arcturus Publishing Ltd.)

Dabariel

Dabariel is another name for Radueriel.

Dabria

The angel Dabria is one of five transcribers responsible for the Book of Ezra. The others were Sarea, Ecanus, Selemiah and Asiel.

Dabriel

The angel Dabriel is a scribe residing in Heaven and equal to Vretil. Dabriel is an angel of Monday found in the first Heaven. He must be invoked from the north.

Daden

Dadel is a spiritual being said to reside in the sixth Heaven.

Daemon

Another word for Demon. Daemon is one of two pairs of guardian angels referenced in Works and Days by Hesiod.Greek lore portrays daemons as caring beings.

Daeva

Daeva are unkind Zoroastrian spirits. They were created by Ahriman. Hinduism and Theosophy portray them as passive, and in Theosophy the form an order of spirits that 'rules the universe under the deity'.
(Faber. L. 2010. The Book of Angels. London. Arcturus Publishing Ltd.)

Daghiel

Please see Dagiel.

Dagiel (Daghiel, Daiel)

The angel Dagiel is found in The Magus, and is a powerful Friday angel. He rules over fish and is an angel of Venus.

Dagon

Milton described Dagon as a fallen angel in Paradise Lost. Ancient Phoenicians saw him as a god, and he was portrayed with a fish's body.

Dagymiel

The angel Dagymiel governs the zodiac, according to Cornelius Agrippa.

Dahak

Ahriman, the Satan of Persia.

Dahariel (Dariel)

Dahariel is an angelic guardian of the first Heaven. He is sometimes referenced as a guard of the fifth Heaven.

Dahavauron

The angel Dahavauron is a guardian of the third Heaven.

Dahaviel (Kahaviel)

Dahaviel is one of the guardian angels found in the first Heaven.

Dahnay

The angel Dahnay can be invoked during magical rituals, but is also referenced as ' a holy angel of God'. Dahnay appears in the grimoires.

Dai (Dey)

Dai is found in The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses and is an angel of the order of the powers. Persian lore describes Dai as an angel of December.

Daiel (Dagiel)

Please see Dagiel.

Daimon (Daemon)

Please see Daemon.

Daksha

The Vedic religion includes seven shining gods, and Daksha is one of them.


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