This is another of the many names for the angel Metatron.
Pabael is one of the angelic messengers of the moon.
Pabel is an angel of Sunday. He must be invoked from the west and resides in the fourth Heaven.
Pachdiel is one of the chief angelic guardians stationed in the fourth Heaven.
Pachriel is a great angel who rules one of the seven Heavens. He also presides over 496,000 myriads of angels.
Please see Phadihel.
Please see Phadihel.
Padre Pio was a Roman Catholic priest who became famous for suggesting that those in need of spiritual guidance who were unable to reach him send their angelic guardians instead. So many people followed this advice that often Padre Pio was awake throughout the night communicating with the angels. He sometimes sent his own guardian angel to offer help.
Paffran serves beneath Samax, and he acts as a ruler of the air on a Tuesday.
Pagiel is often invoked during rituals prayer to fulfil desires. He is referenced in ‘The Secret Grimoire of Turiel’.
Pahadiel is a chief angelic guardian of the fourth Heaven.
Pahadron is the angelic ruler of the Hebrew month of Tishri (September to October). He is viewed as an angel of terror in Jewish mysticism.
Pahaliah is invoked to help with the conversion of heretics to Christian beliefs. Also, he is one of the 72 angels bearing the name of God Shemhamphorae and he rules over morality and theology. His corresponding angel is Sothis.
Once of the order of Dominations, Paimon is a fallen angel. He is a powerful regent in Hell and only answers to Lucifer. He has command of 200 legions of demons. He manifests as a female with a crown on her head, astride a camel.
One of the angelic guardians at the gates to the West Wind.
This is an order of angels, and is sometimes used to refer to the Powers. Palatinates can grant invisibility when invoked.
This is the name used for Michael in Jewish lore. It was used at the time when he fled from Satan while he was being cast out.
One of many names for the angel Metatron.
The angel Paltellon in invoked in the benediction of the Salt.