Wall is one of the fallen angels, and he once belonged to the order of Powers. He commands 36 legions of demons and manifests as a camel.
Wallim resides in the First Heaven, and appears in ‘The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses’.
War in Heaven
A poem from ‘Paradise Lost’ by Milton.
Warrior Angel, The
The Warrior Angels are an angelic order referenced in ‘Paradise Lost’. They comprise part of a larger order who protect God’s servants during times of turmoil. Saint Michael is a significant warrior angel.
Another term for the Warrior Angels from Milton’s ‘Paradise Lost’.
This exalted order of angels is alternatively known as the Grigori. Like the Irin, the angels of this order do not sleep. God originally sent them to command men, but ‘Enoch 1’ states that they fell. Some believe that there are both good and evil Watchers, and that the good live in the Fifth Heaven and the bad in the Third.
Weatta is one of the angels of the seal, and he is mentioned in ‘The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses’.
Week, Angels of The
The angels who rule over the seven days of the week. These are Michael (Sunday), Gabriel (Monday), Camael (Tuesday), Raphael (Wednesday), Sachiel (Thursday), Anael (Friday) and Cassiel (Sunday).
Please see Dokiel.
This ministering angel is found in cabbalistic beliefs.
This is an alternative name for the ofanim or “many-eyed ones”. Rikbiel is the chief of the order and they are sometimes identified with the cherubim.
This is another term used to describe angels, and appears in Hebrews 1:7.
According to 2 Enoch, on the sixth day of Creation God ordered Wisdom to make man of seven substances. He is the divine agent by which everything was created.
Woman Clothed with the Sun
According to a passage from Revelation, “and there appeared a great wonder in Heaven, a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of stars. And she being with child cried, travailing in birth and pain to be delivered”. She is the celestial form of the Virgin Mary according to some sources.
World-Supporting Angels [Omophorus; Splenditenes]
Wormwood is the name of a star that fell from Heaven on the sound of the blast from the third angel. S
Wrath, Angels of
Another term for the angels of anger, a group of fearsome angels. Moses encountered them during his visit to Heaven.