Book of Noah â€” a Fragment: The Names and Functions of the (fallen Angels and) Satans: the secret Oath.
nd after this judgement they will terrify and anger them, because they have showed this to those who dwell on the earth.
And behold the names of those angels! and these are their names: the first of them is Semjâzâ, the second Arestîqîfâ, the third Armên, the fourth Kakabâêl, the fifth Turêl, the sixth, Rûmjâl, the seventh Dânêl, the eighth Nûqaêl, the ninth Barâqêl, the tenth Azâzêl, the eleventh Armers, the twelfth Batarjâl, the thirteenth Basasâêl, the fourteenth Anânêl, the fifteenth Turjâl, the sixteenth Simâpîsîêl, the seventeenth Jetarêl, the eighteenth Tûmâêl, the nineteenth Tarêl, the twentieth Rûmâêl, the twenty-first Izêzêêl.
And these are the heads of the angels, and the names of their chiefs over a hundred and the chiefs over fifty and the chiefs over ten.
The name of the first Jeqûn; he is the one who has led astray all the children of the holy angels, and has led them down on the earth, and has led them astray through the daughters of men.
And the second is called Asbeêl; he is the one who has taught the children of the holy angels the wicked device, and has led them astray to destroy their bodies with the daughters of men.
And the third is called Gâdreêl; he is the one who has taught the children of men all the blows of death, and led astray Eve, and showed to the children of men the instruments of death, the coat-of-mail and the shield and the sword for battle, and all the instruments of death to the sons of men.
And from his hand they have come over those who dwell on the earth, from that time to eternity,
And the fourth is called Pênêmû; he has taught the sons of men the bitter and the sweet, and taught them all the secrets of their wisdom.
He taught men writing with ink and paper (GTR), and thereby many sinned from eternity and to eternity and up to this day.
For men were not born to the purpose that they should thus strengthen their fidelity with a pen (GTR) and with ink.
For man was not created otherwise than the angels, that they should remain just and pure, and death, which destroys all things, would not have touched them, but through this their knowledge they are destroyed, and through this power it devours me.
And the fifth is named Kasdejâ; he has taught the sons of men all the wicked beatings of the spirits and the demons, the beatings of the birth in the womb, that it [i.e. the birth] fall, and the beatings of the soul, the bites of the serpent, and the beatings which take place at noon, the son of the serpent whose name is Tabâ't.
And this is the number of Kesbeêl, who showed the head of the oath to the holy ones, when he dwelt high in glory; and his name is Bêqâ.
And this one said to the holy Michael that he should show them the secret name, that they might see that secret name, and that they might mention this name in the oath, and they may tremble before that name and the oath, those that showed to the children of men all that is secret.
And this is the power of that oath, for it is powerful and strong, and he placed this oath Akâe' into the hands of the holy Michael.
And these are the secrets of this oath, and they were strengthened by his oath, and heaven was suspended before the earth was made, and to eternity.
And by it the earth was founded on the water, and from the secret places of the mountains come beautiful waters for the living, from the creation of the world to eternity.
And by that oath the sea was created, and as its foundation he placed for it sand for the time of rage, and it dare not pass over from the creation of the world and to eternity.
And by that oath the depths were strengthened and stand and do not move from their places, from eternity and to eternity.
And by that oath the sun and the moon complete their course and depart not from their commands from eternity and to eternity.
And by that oath the stars complete their courses, and he calls their names and they answer him from eternity and to eternity.
And also the spirits of the water and of the winds, and of all the zephyrs and their paths, according to all the unions of the spirits.
And in it are preserved the repositories of the voice of thunder and of the light of the lightning, and there are preserved the repositories of hail and of the hoar-frost, and the repositories of the fog, and the repositories of the rain and of the dew.
And all these believe in and render thanks before the Lord of the spirits, and praise him with all their power, and their food is all thanksgiving, and they thank and praise and exalt in the name of the Lord of the spirits to all eternity.
And over them this oath is strong, and they are preserved by it, and their paths are preserved, and the courses are not destroyed.
And there was great joy among them, and they blessed and honored and exalted, because the name of the Son of Man had been revealed unto them.
And he sat upon the throne of his glory, and the sum of the judgment was given to him, the Son of Man, and he causes to disappear and to be destroyed the sinners from the face of the earth, and also those who have led astray the earth.
They shall be bound with chains and shall be imprisoned in the assembling-place of destruction, and all their work shall disappear from the face of the earth.
And from that time on there will be nothing that will be destroyed, for he, the Son of Man, has appeared, and sits on the throne of his glory, and all wickedness will disappear before his face and depart; but the word of that Son of Man will be strong before the Lord of the spirits.
This is the third Parable of Enoch.
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