Names of the Archangels

Michael — “Who is like unto God?” Daniel.10:13; 12:1; Jude v. 9; Revelation. 12:7-8.

Gabriel — “The Powerful or Strong Man of God,” “The Power or Strength of God” Daniel.8:16;9:21; Luke1:19-26. Also called Djibril or Jibril.

Raphael — “The Healing of God” Tobit3:17;12:15. Also called Israfel.

Uriel — “The Light or Fire of God” A.V. II Esdras 4:1. Also called Sariel, Suriel, or Muriel.

Selaphiel —  “The Command, Communicant or Prayer of God”, since command and prayer represent the two forms, or types, of communication: the first one being descendant and the second ascendant. Also called Salathiel, Selathiel, Seraphiel, Sarakiel, Saraqael, Zarachiel, Zerachiel, or Zachariel.

Jedudiel — “The Glory, Laudation or Praise of God.” Also called Jegudiel or Gudiel.

Barachiel — “The Benediction or Blessings of God.” Also called Varachiel.

Raguel — “The Friend of God.” Also called Raziel, which means “The Secrets of God.” Not to be confused with Raphael.

Jeremiel — “The Compassion, Exaltation or Mercy of God” R.V. II Esdras4:36. Also called Jeramiel, Jerahmiel, Jerehmiel, Ramiel, or Remiel.

Anael — “The Grace or Joy of God.” Also called Aniel, Hanael, or Haniel.

Jophiel — “The Beauty of God.” Also called Orifiel, Jouphiel, Zouphiel, Zophiel, Zophkiel, Zaphiel, Zaphkiel, Kaphziel, Cassiel, or Kepharel.

Zadkiel — “The Justice, Righteousness or Uprightness of God.” Also called Sachiel, Tzadkiel, Zadakiel, Zedekiel, or Zedekul.

Lucifer / Satan — “The Light-Bearer” or “The Morning-Star” Isaiah 14:12; “The Enemy” Jude 1:9, Revelation 12:9. Other names for this fallen archangel (or his companions) are: Azael, Azazel, Azrael, Izrael, Izreel, or Uzziel; Camael, Camiel, Camniel, Cancel, Chamuel, Kemuel, Samael, Shemuel, Simiel, or Zamael; Samiaza; Satanael.

3 Responses to “Names of the Archangels”

  1. indeed i want you to send me the nemaes of angels and those of war , messenegrs etc by categories too eager to know them and thier owrks
    pastos ylvanus jackson

  2. Steve Jobs says:

    Read the following:

    Dictionary of Angels
    Gustav Davidson
    Free Press, 1967 – Religion – 387 pages
    27 Reviews
    Gustav Davidson’s classic text, A dictionary of Angels: Including the Fallen Angels, is the result of sixteen years of research in Talmudic, gnostic, cabalistic, apocalyptic, patristic, and legendary texts. The classic reference work on angels is beautifully illustrated and its reissue coincides with the resurgence of belief in angels in America. This well researched and exquisitely illustrated dictionary is a wonderful collectable for all those who believe in angels, miracles, lore, and faith.

  3. saviour says:

    want know their names

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