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Fallen Angels by Rank

Some of the fallen were supposedly members of more than one rank, but this list will only list the primary rank, or the rank that is most well-known, of each apostate angel. For more information, see the articles of the various entities.

First Sphere

Seraphim

Cherubim

Thrones

  • Lucifer
  • Satan
  • Leviathan
  • Belial
  • Azazel
  • Beelzebub
  • Berith
  • Lauviah
  • Marou
  • Salikotal
  • Focalor
  • Forneus
  • Gressil
  • Mammon
  • Murmur
  • Nelchael
  • Phenex
  • Purson
  • Raum
  • Sonneillon
  • Sytri
  • Verrine

Second Sphere

Dominions

Virtues

Powers

  • Balam
  • Marchosias
  • Nilaihah
  • Oeillet
  • Paimon
  • Rosier
  • Agares
  • Ariel
  • Barbatos
  • Belial
  • Lelaliah
  • Purson
  • Sealiah
  • Senciner
  • Uzziel
  • Amy
  • Beleth
  • Carnivean
  • Carreau
  • Crocell
  • Gaap
  • Lehahiah
  • Uvall

Third Sphere

Principalities

Archangels

Angels

  • Belphegor
  • Imamiah
  • Ian
  • Nisroch
  • Nithael
  • Verrier
  • Adramelech
  • Ananael
  • Basasael
  • Dagon
  • Mephistopheles
  • Moloch
  • Rimmon
  • Rumjal
  • Sarfael
  • Thammuz
  • Zagiel
  • Arakiba
  • Arakiel
  • Araxiel
  • Arioch
  • Armans
  • Asael
  • Asbeel
  • Astoreth
  • Caim
  • Iuvart


Others:
• Abigor
• Adirael
• Aldebaran
• Amazarak
• Anane
• Antares
• Armers/Armaros
• Asbeel
• Atarculphegh
• Asael/Azazel
• Azaradel
• Akibeel/Azibeel
• Azkeel
• Azza
• Badariel
• Baraqel
• Batarel
• Batraal/Batarjal
• Busasejal
• Chobaliel
• Danel/Daniel
• Ertael/Ertrael
• Exael
• Ezequeel
• Fomalhaut
• Gadreel/Gadriel
• Gurson
• Hakael
• Hananel
• Haures
• Hosampsich
• Iomuel
• Jeqon
• Jetrel
• Jove
• Kasdaye
• Kasbeel
• Kathazel
• Kokabel
• Meresin
• Mulciber
• Naamah
• Nithael
• Omiel
• Orus
• Penemue
• Ramuel
• Regent
• Regulus
• Rugziel
• Rumjal
• Samathael
• Sameveel
• Samsaveel
• Saraknyal
• Sariel
• Seriel
• Shaftiel
• Simapesiel
• Tabaet
• Tamiel
• Temeluchus
• Thausael
• Tiril
• Tumael
• Turael
• Urakabarameel
• Uzza
• Xaphan
• Yomyael
• Zavebe
[A listing of 44 angels]

The following list of 100 Fallen Angels has been taken from A Dictionary of Angels, including the Fallen Angels: Gustav Davidson.

They are listed alphabetically, not in order of importance.

1. Abbadona (once of the order of seraphim)
2. Adramelec [Archangels]
3. Agares (Agreas) [Virtues]
4. Amezyarak (Amiziras; also alternate for Semyaza)
5. Amy (one partly of the order of powers and partly of the order of angels)
6. Anmael (identified with Semyaza)
7. Arakiel (Araqiel)
8. Araziel
9. Ariel (once of the order of virtues)
10. Arioc(h) [Arioch]
11. Armaros (Abaros, Armers, Pharmaros)
12. Armen
13. Artaqifa (Arakiba)
14. Asbeel
15. Asmoday
16. Asmodeus (Sammael) [once of the order of seraphim]
17. Astaroth (once of the order of seraphim and of thrones) [Angels]
18. Astoreth (Astarte) [Angels]
19. Atarculph [Atarculphegh?]
20. Auza (Oza)
21. Azaradel
22. Azazel (once of the order of cherubim)
23. Azza
24. Azzael (Asael)
25. Balam (once of the order of dominations)
26. Baraqel (Barakel, Baraqijal)
27. Barbatos (once of the order of virtues)
28. Barbiel (once of the order of virtues)
29. Batarjal
30. Beelzebub (once of the order of cherubim)
31. Beliar (Belial) [once partly of the order of virtues and partly of the order of angels]
32. Busasejal
33. Byleth (Beleth) [once of the order of powers)
34. Balberith (once of the order of cherubim)
35. Caim (Caym) [once of the order of angels]
36. Carnivean (once of the order of powers)
37. Carreau (once of the order of powers)
38. Dagon [Archangels]
39. Danjal
40. Ezekeel (Ezequeel)
41. Flauros (Hauras)
42. Gaap (once of the order of potentates) [Powers]
43. Gadreel
44. Gressil (once of the order of thrones)
45. Hakael
46. Hananel (Ananel)
47. Harut (Persian)
48. Iblis (Eblis, Haris) (Mohammedan Satan) [According to the Qur’an Iblis is a Jinn not an Angel]
49. Ielahih (once of the order of virtues)
50. Invart (once of the order of angels)
51. Jeqon
52. Jetrel
53. Kasdeja
54. Lauiah (Lauviah) (once partly of the order of thrones and partly of the order of cherubim)
55. Leviathan (once of the order of seraphim)
56. Lucifer (often, but erroneously, identified as Satan)
57. Mammon [Thrones]
58. Marchosias (once of the order of dominations)
59. Marut (Persian)
60. Mephistopheles [Archangel]
61. Meresin
62. Moloch (Moloc) [Archangel]
63. Mulciber
64. Murmur (once partly of the order of thrones and partly of the order of angels
65. Nelchael (once of the order of thrones)
66. Nilaihah (once of the order of dominations)
67. Oeillet (once of the order of dominations)
68. Olivier (once of the order of archangels)
69. Ouzza (Usiel)
70. Paimon (Paymon) (once of the order of dominations)
71. Penemue
72. Procell (once of the order of powers)
73. Pursan (Curson) [once of the order of virtues]
74. Raum (Raym) [once of the order of thrones]
75. Rimmon [Archangel]
76. Rosier (once of the order of dominations)
77. Rumael (Ramiel or Remiel)
78. Sammael (Satan, Asmodeus)
79. Samsaweel
80. Saraknyal
81. Sariel
82. Satan
83. Sealiah (once of the order of virtues)
84. Semyaza (Shemhazai, Azaziel) [once of the order of seraphim)
85. Senciner (once partly of the order of virtues and partly of the order of powers) [Virtues]
86. Shamshiel
87. Simapesiel
88. Sonneillon (once of the order of thrones)
89. Tabaet
90. Thammuz [Archangel]
91. Tumael
92. Turael
93. Turel
94. Urakbarameel
95. Usiel (Uzziel) [once of the order of virtues]
96. Verrier (once of the order of principalities)
97. Verrine (once of the order of thrones)
98. Vual (Vvall) [once of the order of powers]
99. Yomyael
100. Zavebe
also
Belphegor (Baal-Peor) [once of the order of principalities)

[ Of the above two lists of fallen angels Davidson’s analysis, cross-referenced to the wikipedia list only confirms 69 angels. What can we deduce from this? Only that the listing of fallen angels may contain many inaccuracies, concerning the number who fell, the names of the angel who fell and finally some deliberate error purported by the original authors to support religious concepts at that time of publication]

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Gustav Davidson, A Dictionary of Angels, including the Fallen Angels:

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