The following list of fallen angel names gathered from different religions, mythologies and lore. These angel names are of those angels considered to be of a bad nature and not names of good angels.
Fallen angel names find their roots within ancient cultures such as Babylon, Assyria, and Egypt, as well as within Jewish, Christian and Muslim lore.
Over thousands of years, angel names have evolved in spelling, meaning and use within religions, mysticism – even magic where the name of an angel is thought important in order to invoke angelic help. Some rituals are said to invoke good angels, while other rituals are performed to attempt to invoke fallen angels.
List of fallen angels and fallen angel names
What Are Fallen Angels?
Certain religions, especially those prominent in the West, teach that fallen angels, once pure messengers of God, followed the Devil (or Satan) out of Heaven and unto the Earth in rebellion against the Creator.
With this belief, it is also taught by those fallen angels now rule the earth realm as evil, angelic principalities and powers. It is claimed that this is an important spiritual conflict, largely unseen, and with heavenly, Holy angels of God combating the fallen angels who are under the charge of Satan (or Lucifer) – the Devil.
We prefer a metaphysical view of fallen angels and what they can be in our lives. Let’s look at some different interpretations to consider.
Fallen Angels As Demons
Some teachings equate fallen angels with being demons who roam the Earth looking to inflict harm upon mankind. They have even assigned them names (see Fallen Angel Names). In Fundamental Christianity, for example, it is taught that fallen angels will one day be fully loosed upon the Earth, permitted by God to wreak the worst possible havoc in order for mankind to repent and accept Jesus as savior. Those who accept Christ, they claim, will be saved from such wrath, including the eventual, eternal punishment waged by God against Satan, his fallen angels and unrepentant mankind. Yipes – that is frightening!
But these incorrect teachings about fallen angels, demons, devils, Satan, Lucifer and the like have evolved over time into the fearful beliefs many believe, today. And, the original, freeing messages became lost. By comparing ancient manuscripts primarily found within the Old and New Testaments, a misunderstanding of the original ideas (originally parables) spawned all sorts of instruction about devils. Other ancient writings, such as 1 Enoch and Jubilees, have also been used to fill in the holes of these supposed biblical lessons.
Such teachings, though, have created a great misunderstanding concerning fallen angels and even angels in general (read about Angels). Angels are messengers, and fallen angels are messengers whose message is unenlightened. Allow me to explain. When one speaks the spiritual truth or, better yet, expresses love and compassion toward another person, this is an enlightened message – words and actions that emanate from the core of one’s being. Angels, ministering spirits, deliver messages of encouragement and guidance, always given with love as the initiator.
Fallen Angels As Lost Spirits
In contrast, fallen angels are messengers whose message does not come from a heart of love but is truly an expression of fear. They represent, symbolically, at the highest level, us: people. When we are ruled by our minds and not our inner being, our awareness, the thinking created by the brain causes us to ‘fall’ when left to run on its own. We become trapped in mental concepts of past and future, lost for a season to who we truly are, numb to our true essence. We do not live our lives in the present moment. Yes, in a sense, we become the mind; we become fallen angels, the result of the fallen messages in our heads.
The mind can produce thoughts of past and future, fear, and failure, condemnation and guilt. Such thoughts are of a lower state, the meaning of the word ‘fallen.’ These thoughts are energy, or spirit, and are debased, keeping us in constructs of the mind. In other words, they cause us to suffer. The thoughts, then, may also be viewed as lost spirits, fallen angels. We are what we think (when we allow ourselves to only think).
We could say that most of us are fallen angels, for we appear to be lost people too caught up in our earthly experience. We may be partially aware. We could be totally unaware. Few of us seem fully conscious. Our actions on the planet seem to indicate we are highly unconscious.
Ghosts: The Forgotten Fallen Angels
Let’s take the idea of fallen angels – tortured people, anguished thinking and punishing thoughts a bit further. What if a suffering soul were to die? Would the person still be lost and experience emotional pain? Yes, it is possible. Death is not the savior some may think it to be.
Let’s consider that negative entities, evil ghosts, are earthbound spirits of humans that are suffering. These spirits, still ‘fallen angels,’ interact with those of us in bodies, sometimes communicating their messages to us. Often, the ghost messages are of their own fears – not something one would want to rely upon as wisdom. (People, even ghosts, tend to interpret the world and others through their own inner struggles.)
A spirit remains here with the living for numerous reasons. Perhaps the person has unfinished business, or maybe the person feels compelled to deliver a parting message to someone. For whatever reason a disembodied spirit remains attached to this realm, ultimately it is due to fear and a strong identification with this world of forms. This fear and attachment paralyzes the person, suspending them in a state of mental anguish – hell.
If we receive messages from others who are of an unstable state of mind, would you expect it to be enlightened? Would it be truth for you or me? Not likely.
The Resurrection of Fallen Angels
The use of the word fallen is a reminder of who we truly are, something much greater than we think. Do you believe that you are feeble, lost and alone? That is mind talk, fallen messengers, lowly thoughts and thinking. To move beyond the mind trap, we only need to step back behind our thoughts and be aware.
Heaven is another word used to label the greater force behind everything that is, for Spirit, and it conveys the idea of higher elevation – a higher place. When we are at peace, and living our lives through love and truth, we are indeed in a higher position. We may call this light.
Upon death of the physical body, it is said that the spirit is free and normally gravitates toward light, continuing the life-journey in a higher state. Why the light? The light can be our cleansing process after death of the form. The light is consciousness or awareness – a coming back to the real you. It was always there; often, we just lose sight of it when we are caught up in form.
Within the light, the person is reunited, we might say, with their soul, their real essence. This letting go of past pains and future plans takes place during an instantaneous life-review. Mental issues that were created while in physical form can now be worked through more quickly.
The mind produces fear, not the soul or core of a person. If a spirit decides to not enter into the light after exiting the body, they will miss the mental cleansing. When this happens, it is because of fear. The unconscious soul remains trapped in mental concepts and attempts to remain in the world of form. The soul is trapped by the mind and has become what we call “a ghost” (a “shade” or shadow of the real person).
Ghosts suffer, to some degree, from the fear of loss, fear of the unknown, fear of punishment, guilt, shame, doubt, worry or whatever – all are forms of fear produced by over-thinking. A spirit who decides to remain behind is not able to ‘rise above’ this condition easily. The ghost maintains a strong identification with physical forms.
The ascension of the soul, a resurrection from being trapped under self-induced mind control, cannot occur without an awakening. So, the restless spirit may remain isolated, afraid and quite attached to the physical world the person felt so comfortable with. And so, these fallen angels have missed their opportunity to be whole, cleansed by the love of a new comprehension.
The perceived misfortune of fallen angels is temporary, thankfully. All of us, the whole of existence is ever-growing, always expanding, progressing and being freed from our false beliefs, from our fear. It is love that frees fallen angels, even if through suffering; and it is love that will eventually purge all states of disconnection.
The Truth of Being
Wise and aware spirits, I believe, do interact with us, observing, guiding and bringing direction. They are with us during this process in form. They are angels, caring about the whole of mankind and its elevation unto knowing truth and peace. What truth, you say? The truth that we are connected – one. A true angel maintains a strong connection with ‘being.’
We are eternal spirits, one Spirit energy. Ultimately, there is no death, no punishment, or loss. The body may pass but, yet, we still remain – aware. There is nothing to fear. Fearful mental concepts are illusionary. They are beliefs created by the mind and not real. We created these beliefs, and suffering, because we believed the body and its story to be our person. But our experiences of suffering were merely indicators that we needed to perceive life differently. We viewed external life experiences as more important than the inner life. That’s O.K. We are learning.
FOR YOUR AWARENESS AND STUDY
We have a primary list of passages found in ancient manuscripts, such as the Bible, that are used to promote fearful, false ideas concerning angels. By making people believe that these passages are to be understood literally, they are misused to create fear in the minds of those who choose to listen. To grasp such works more deeply, seek the figurative meaning behind them. That is what the ancient authors would have desired.
The following examples of ancient writings are to be understood metaphorically, especially the sayings of Jesus found within the four gospels. It is the same with the Bible’s Revelation, known to be a book of symbolism.
Genesis 6:1, Deuteronomy 32:8, I Samuel 16:14; 18:10; 19:9, I Kings 22:19, Psalm 82:1, Isaiah 26:14, Enoch 6:1; 7:1; 10:11; 12:4; 15:8, Jubilees 5:1-2, 6, Matthew 25:41, Ephesians 6:12, Hebrews 2:5, Jude 6, I Peter 3:19, II Peter 2:4, Revelation 9:11, 13.