Raguel and Remiel
Raguel and Remiel are two of the other archangels named in Enoch 20.
The archangel Raguel is said to take vengeance on the “world of the luminaries” who have rebelled against God’s laws. He punishes sinners, and some translations of the Bible identify Raguel as the angel who separates the souls of the faithful from the unfaithful. Beyond being judge and avenger, Raguel is associated with justice, fairness and redemption. He is also commonly accepted as an archangel among Catholics but has not been officially recognized as such.
Remiel is also often identified by Catholics as an archangel despite not holding that status officially. Remiel is considered to be the angel of hope and the one who guides faithful souls to heaven and watches over those who will be resurrected. In 2 Baruch 55:3 of the Apocrypha, it is also stated that Remiel “presides over true visions.”
Beyond the uncertainty of Remiel’s official status as archangel, Remiel’s name is actually in question. Some traditions hold that the archangel Remiel is actually Jeremiel or Uriel while others claim that Remiel is no longer an angel at all as some translations of the book of Enoch name a “Remiel” as a fallen angel who took a human wife. Remiel is usually seen as an angel of some sort, though, with the argument being made that there were two angels named Remiel, one who fell and one who did not.