Ananel

Ananel: A fallen angel who chose to abandon Heaven in pursuit of a mortal wife. Ananel's name appears in the apocryphal Book of Enoch. He is listed among the “chiefs of tens” who served beneath Shemyaza and Azazel. These chiefs were essentially the lieutenants of the Watcher Angels, heavenly beings sometimes also known as the Grigori.

SOURCE:

The Dictionary of Demons written by Michelle Belanger

SEE ALSO:

BOOKS FOR YOU TO READ IN OUR LIBRARY:

Related Articles

Jomjael

Jomjael: A fallen angel named in the Book of Enoch, Jomjael was one of the Watchers, or Grigori, and he was charged with looking after…

Arakiba

Arakiba: A fallen angel named in the Book of Enoch. According to this text, Arakiba was one of the “chiefs of tens” of the Watcher…

Asael

Asael: In the Book of Enoch, Asael appears as one of the Watcher Angels that chose to walk out of Heaven after swearing a pact…

Armaros

Armaros: One of two hundred Watcher Angels said to have left Heaven in pursuit of mortal wives. Also known as the Grigori, the tale of…