Pachdiel is a superior guardian angel based in the fourth Heaven. Pachdiel is described in Pirke Hechaloth and is chief angelic guard of the fourth Heaven.
Padael is one of many guardian angels stationed at the gates to the West Wind. The angel Padael is referenced in Ozar Midrashim II, 316. Padael was sent by God to the wife of Manoah, who gave birth to Samson. Padael is also claimed to have appeared to Gideon, Jacob and Abraham.
According to hechaloth lore, Pahadiel is a guardian angel who watched over the seventh hall of Heaven.
The angel Palalael is an angelic guardian of the gates of the West Wind.
The angel Paltriel is a guardian of the fifth Heaven.
Panael is an angelic guardian of the North Wind. (This is not the same angel as Paniel, another of the many angelic guards stationed at the North Wind).
The Phalasha Anthology is a translation of Old Testament prayers from Falasha religious texts. It names Paraqlitos as the angelic guard of the sorrows of death.
Along with the angel Ariukh, Pariukh was chosen by God to serve as angelic guard of the Enoch writings and literature.
According to Hebrew lore, Parziel is an angelic guardian of the sixth Heaven.
Paisiel is a guardian angel responsible for the seventh heavenly hall.
Pasuy is a guardian angel stationed at the fourth heavenly hall. Pasuy is an angel documented in Hebrew lore.
Peliel is the angel guardian of Jacob, as well as the chief of the order of virutes. Along with Zekuniel, Peliel is also second of the ten holy Sephiroth.
(Faber. L. 2010. The Book of Angels. London. Arcturus Publishing Ltd.)
Pesak is an angelic guard of the fifth hall of Heaven. Pesak is found in hechaloth lore.
Pruel is an angel guard stationed at the gates to the South Wind.