Bezaliel (other spellings: Busasejal, Basasael), Aramaic (damaged), Greek v (damaged), was the thirteenth Watcher among the twenty commanders of the 200 fallen angels listed in an ancient literature known as the Book of Enoch. This angel is arguably the most contentious of the Book of Enoch’s list of fallen angels. He is frequently omitted from the list of angels in Chapter 6 as a result of the text’s difficult transmission. He is omitted from the list of twenty leaders in the 1917 R. H. Charles translation. According to Michael Knibb, as of 1982, there were numerous translations of the name, each with a unique name and meaning. Bezaliel (Shadow of God) is the 13th angel mentioned in Chapter 69. Bezaliel is a name that appears infrequently in writings. Additionally, there is an occult group that claims to labour for this Watcher: the Congregation of Bezaliel. R.K. RYALS made reference to said Angel in her Redemption Book Series. At the beginning of the first chapter, and multiple times thereafter.