Labezerin The spirit
of success. He serves in the second hour of the day.
One of the 5 angels of omnipotence.
Childbed Amulet angel, also assistant of Archangel Michael in the rulership of the 2nd
angel who exercises dominion over the planet Mars.
In the Cabala, the spirit of the Moon.
Lamediel Angel of the fourth hour of the night serving
Larzod One of the "glorious and benovolent angels" invoked in Solomonic conjuring rites for imparting to the invocant some
of the wisdon of the Creator.
Lazai An angel invoked in the exorcism of fire.
One of the chief angels in the first altitude. Lebes appears carrying a banner with
a red cross on it. There are five others in including Gabriel.
An angel in control of vegetation and agriculture, and one of the 72 angels bearing
the mystical name of the God Shemhamphorae.
An angel of the zodiac exercising dominion over love, art, science and fortune. We appeal
to this being of light for good luck and good fortune.
One of the angelic rulers of the night!
Lepha Angel of the seal.
Little Iao One of the many names given
Liwet This angel presides over vanguard ideas and inventions. He is especially protective of mortals who have original ideas
and thoughts, and is also very encouraging of individuality and uniqueness.
Logos The oldest angel.
Luel An angel invoked in connection with
the use of diving rods.
Erroneously equated with the fallen angel Satan due to a misreading of Isaiah 14:12;
"How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning," an apostrophe which applied to Nebuchadnezzer, king of Babylon.
It should be pointed out that the authors of the book of the old testament knew nothing of fallen or evil angels, and do not
mention them, although, at times, as in Job4:18, the Lord "put no trust" in his angels and "charged them with folly," which
would indicate that angels were not all that they should be. The name Lucifer was applied to Satan by St. Jerome and other
Church Fathers. Milton in Paradise Lost applied the name to the demons of sinful pride. Lucifer is the title and principle
character of the epic poem by the Dutch Shakespeare, Vondel (who uses Lucifer in Lieu of Satan), and a principal character
in the mystery play of Imre Madach, The Tragedy Of Man. Blake pictured Lucifer in his illistrations to Dante.George Merideth's
sonnet "Lucifer in Starlight" addresses the "fiend" as Prince Lucifer. Actually, Lucifer connotes star, and applies (or originally
meant to apply)to the morning or evening star (Venus). To Spenser in "An Hymne of Heavenly Love" Lucifer is "the brightest
angel, even the Child of Light".
Luma'il In Arabic lore, a Guardian Angel, also invoked in rites of exorcism.