Tâmîêê is a fallen angel, and Tamiel is one of the 20 watcher leaders of the 200 fallen angels in the Book of Enoch. He is also spelled Tâmîêê. Tamiel is also called Kasdaye, Kasdeja, or Kasyade in the Book of Enoch, Chapter 69. Kasdaye means “Chaldean,” “inhabitant of Chaldea,” or “astrologer,” and Kasyade means “hand,” “power,” or “hidden power.” Michael Knibb says that the translation of Tamiel is “God is perfect” or “God is the best thing” (the combination of tamiym and El-God). Tamiel is said to have been a teacher of astronomy (Enoch 8:7). In the days of Noah, he taught the children of men all of the bad things that spirits do, as well as demons, and how to kill an embryo in a womb so it can die. He also told them about “the strikes of the soul, and of the serpent, and the strikes that come through noontide heat, which are called Taba’et (meaning male),” which happened in Noah’s time, not Jared’s.