The following list is of traditional fallen angel names taken from the many different religions, mythologies, and folklore (lore). These angel names are often referred to the angels who fell from grace; fell from heaven and lost Gods grace.
Many fallen angel names find their origins in religious lore and from ancient cultures such as Babylon, Assyria, and Egypt. Modern practiced religions include Jewish, Christian, and Muslim beliefs.
Angel names have evolved over the centuries in spelling, meaning, and use within religions, mysticism practice or magic. The name of an angel is used to invoke angels. Rituals are used to invoke an angel by names being called to either invoke good angels or invoke fallen angels. Allowing the caster to specifically call the individual angel for the needs of that caster.
Good angels often have the suffix (-el) or yah which means "of God." Often, this suffix is the easiest way to determine which angels are good and which angels have fallen from Gods' graces. Even though fallen angels are no longer "of God," they still hold great power.
(Hebrew) Destroyer, Advisor. Said to be chief of demons. Sometimes regarded as the destroying angel. Abaddon, meaning "a place of destruction", "The Destroyer",…
Abezethibou is a one-winged fallen angel of the Red Sea.
One of the 72 spirits of Solomon. Also a duke in hell.
Grand Duke of Hades. According to Wierius a demon of music. Fallen angel who appears as a unicorn.
(Egyption) Sun God. Much like Lucifer except controls reproduction and life. Fallen angel who is below the rank of duke of hell and above the rank of…
One of the 72 spirits of Solomon. Said to be supreme president of hell. He will trade knowledge for the human soul.
(Unk) god of quarrels. Grand marquis (below duke and above earl/count) of hell. Appears with a raven head.
One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. An infernal Marquis (between duke and earl/count) of hell in the form of a peacock that teaches people astrology and…
One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. Count of Hell in the form of a man, that punishes thieves and brings back stolen goods. He rules over 36 legions. Often…
Fallen angel of death and the same as Abaddon.
Fallen angel who can teach the "resolving of enchantments".
Asmoday is the fallen angel king said to appear with three heads: a bull, a ram, and a man.
(Persian) One of seven archangels of the Persians. Adopted later into Hebrew mythology as Asmodeus. Has been recorded in history for at least three thousand…
The mighty grand prince of hell. He teaches the free arts and commands 40 legions. He is known as the demon that regrets the rebellion of angels and considers…
Azael is an evil fallen angel who lay with human women.
(Hebrew) Azazel, god/demon of war. This demon is also a demon of the desert. He also appears in the form of a billy-goat and is the leader of the Mala'ak…
Fallen angel whose name means "the strong".
Baal (also spelled Bael, Ba'al, Baalim, Baals) is one of the seven princes of Hell. Baal is mentioned often in the Old Testament Bible as a…
Fallen angel who looks like Asmoday with a serpent tail.
Fallen angel who is a grand pontiff (pagan high priest) in hell.
Fallen Angel Names Total: 110