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Alan Ruscoe who plays Sariel

Sariel
Race: Fallen Angel
Title: Archangel
First Appearance: You Lose
Last Appearance: You Lose
Cause: destroyed
Portrayed by: Alan Ruscoe

Character BiographyEdit

Sariel was a former Archangel that fell. Malachi sent him to kill Leon, but Mephistopheles, believing Leon didn't need to die, helped Ella. Leon was saved by Ella and Sariel was defeated.

Biblical PersonaEdit

According to the Book of Enoch, Sariel was one of the leaders of angels who lusted after the daughters of men. They descended to the summit of Mount Hermon, in the days of Jared, to acquire wives and lead men astray. Sariel specifically taught men about the course of the moon. Knibbs translation of the names of the Book of Enoch says it is possibly “light of God” or “moon of God” however he is listed as Araziel. His name is also listed as Arazyal and Asaradel in some 1 Enoch translations. The name being a combination of sa'ar and 'God'. In the book of 2 Enoch he is usually listed as the fourth angel with the name of Samuil or Sariel.

In The Lesser Key of Solomon it lists the dukes Asteliel and Gediel as commanding Sariel by night. The book A dictionary of angels by Gustav Davidson and The complete book of devils and demons by Leonard Ashley list Sariel as a Fallen Angel.

Judaic-Christian texts say Sariel is the angel of death attributed to the fifth angel Apollyon.

AppearancesEdit

Sariel has appeared in a total of 1 episode.

Series 2
You Lose

See AlsoEdit


  Series Two Characters edit
Main

AlexAzazealThelma BatesRoxanne DavenportElla DeeMalachiLeon TaylorDavid TyrelJo WatkinsTom Wright

Recurring

FelixJez HeriotCassie HughesMephistophelesPerie the FaerieRaphaelMaya RobertsonMax RosenDr. Surtees

See Also: Series One Characters

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