Kokabiel
(Kabiel, Kakabiel, Kochab, Kochbiel, Kokbiel)
   FALLEN ANGEL also described as a good angel. Kokabiel means “star of God.” In 1 Enoch Kokabiel is a fallen angel who commands 365,000 DEMONs.
   In 3 Enoch he is prince of the stars, commanding 365,000 myriads of ministering angels who make the stars run from city to city and from state to state in the Raqia’ of the heavens. In the Sefer Raziel, Kokabiel is a high-ranking angel.

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