Asbeel (Heb. עזב azab "to abandon" + אל el "power, divinity", meaning "God has forsaken" or "deserter from God") is a fallen angel in Christian mythology that appears in the first book of Enoch, chapter 69, verse 5:
"And the second was named Asbeel: he imparted to the holy sons of God evil counsel, and led them astray so that they defiled their bodies with the daughters of men."
Asbeel was listed as the second of five "satans" who led astray the Grigori by falling in love with humans. There was also Yeqon (or Yaqum, "he shall rise"), Gadreel ("wall of God"), Penemue ("the inside"), and Kasdaye ("Chaldean", "covered hand").
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