Its said in the OTO/HOGD that to be a good magician, you have to be a good diviner (geomancy, astrology, tarot), and to be good at that you have to be a good qabalist.
Sure, this is not entirely true, but in their circles, they believe that to be true.
The Qabalah is a different system, but it is still a good system to concentrate on and pathwork.
The mixing of the systems actually, sparked me by the Ciceros, that added content into the Self Initiation book, as well as A Garden Of Pomegranites. At least for pathworkings.
Will however look at the wheel of the year, Conways book lists ten classes of deities, so I plugged names in here and there onto a ToL. However, all the zodiac paths were a mystery. Since the royalty mingled with the gods/goddesses, and equal footing and respect between gods and goddeses (iow a goddess is not less, may be more), I thought maybe some early kigs, or at least the four mages, might import.
One other consideration, from Conways classings, is to plug the best name into a sphere, and consider for that sphere what aligns closest to the signs, obviously fire zodiac paths can only have three fire, etc.
Of course, also in the Qabalah, godnames are only in the spheres, not the paths, element or zodiac - which means it could be lesser deities or royalty presiding over those paths.
If we look at the Qlippoth, and study the Bible, we will see not all those names in the Bible. We will, however, find the kings and dukes of edom on the tree.