I recently came upon a discovery, but this is untested. I'm posting it to get your opinion on this:
Any and all words of the Hebrew Torah are names of angels and spirits of YHVH, provided you attach the appropriate suffix. Their nature is in accordance with the meaning of the word.
For example, the first word of the Torah is Berashit. Joining the suffix -el, it becomes Berashitiel, a name meaning "The Beginning of God". Obviously, it should be an angel that can give initiation into the mysteries of the Torah and the first angel that should be called to explain the Book of Genesis. This should be the angel of that book and the keeper of the secrets of the book.
Am I right or wrong?