Angel of Paradise - Both earthly and heavenly: Shamshiel, Michael, Zephon, Zotiel, Johiel, Gabriel, etc. In Mandaean lore, the angel is Rusvon. In ancient Persian lore, the angel was Sirushi (or Surush Ashu, or Ashu).
Angel of Patience - Achaiah, who is also adept in discovering the secrets of nature. In the cabala, the angel of patience is one of 3, and belongs to the order of serphim.
Angel of Peace - In Jewish legend, the angel of peace (unnamed) is reputed to have opposed the creation of man, for which opposition he was burned by God, along with the hosts under him. The angel of truth was also burned, and for the same reason. Later, it seems they were both revived. In Enoch I, the angel of peace leads Enoch the patriarch around Heaven and reveals to him the names of the 4 archangels of the presence--Michael, Raphael, Gabriel, Phanuel--describing their individual duties. the Testament of Asher sspeaks of "meeting the angel of peace," but does not name him. Traditionally there were 7 aqngels of peace. The Zohar translates Isaiah as "Behold, angels cry abroad, the angels of peace weep bitterly." they weep "because they no longer know [declares Rabbi Simeon] what to make God's promise to Abraham at the time when He brought him forth." According to tradition "angel of peace visit every Jewish home when the holy Sabbath is being ushered in." In gnostic lore, the prince is Melchisdec.
Angel of Penance - Phanuel. He is also the angel of hope and identified as the Sheperd of Hermas.
Angel of Persecutuon - according to Roman Catholic doctrine, in its prebaptismal rites, the angel of persecution is a personal devil which is in each of us (side by side with a guardian angel).
Angel of Persia - Dob(b)iel or Dub(b)iel, known as the guardian angel of Persia. In Daniel, Michael contends with the prince of Persia (not identified by name).
Angel of Perversion - A 2nd-century C.E. apocryphon, the Sheperd of Hermes, informs us that "every man has close by him 2 angels, one an angel of holiness or sanctity, the other an angel of perversion."
Angel of Pisces - In ceremonial magic, the angel of this sign of the zodiac (Pisces, fishes) is pasiel. According to Rabbi Chomer, quoted by Eliphas Levi, there are 2 governing spirits of Pisces and they are Rasamas and Vocabiel (Vocatiel). Heywood, The Hierarchy of the Blessed Angels, lists Varchiel as chief regent of Pisces.
Angel of the Plagues - An unnamed destroying angel who, sword in hand, appears over Jerusalem to punish the Jews, particularly King David, for authorizing a census (the numbering of people being, apparently, an offense to God). David Appeased the angel of plagues by offering burnt sacrifices on the threshing floor of Araunah, one of the Jebusite inhabitants of old Jerusalem.
Angel of the Planets - There are commonly 7 angels of the planets which, in occult lore, include the sun and the moon. The chief is Rahatiel (Rhatiel) or Rejatiel. For the name of the governing angel fior each planet, his sign, the day he governs, etc. see the resources menu. Longfellow givers the angels of the 7 planets as Raphael (Sun); Gabriel (Moon); Anael (star of love, i.e., venus); Zobiachel (Jupiter); Michael (Mercury); Uriel (Mars); Anacchiel (Saturn). In later editions, Longfellow substituted Onafiel for Gabriel and Orifel for Anachiel. Both Zobiachel and Onafiel seem to be newly coined, since they show up in no other source.
Angel of Plants - Sachluph.
Angel of the Pleiades - In the Alphabet of Rabbi Akiba, this angel, unnamed, is included among the "splendid, terrible and mighty angel chiefs" who passed before God to extol and rejoice in the 1st Sabbath.
Angel of Poetry - Uriel, Isafel, Radueriel (Vretil), Phoenix.
Angel of (the order of) Powers - In the cabala, the angel of the order of powers is Zacharael, or the planet Jupiter. Other sources designate Verchiel, Camael, Kafziel, (Cassiel), and Sam(m)ael. The last named is given on the authority of Robert Fludd, 16th-century alchemist. According to Gregory the Great, the powers "preside over demons." In The Testament of Abraham, a pseudepigraphic work, the angel of powers is Michael.
Angel of Pride - Unnamed. In Genzberg, The Legend of the Jews I, it is related that "the third creation of the second day [of creation] were the angel hosts, both are ministering angels and and the angels of praise." Specifically the latter would constitute the 3 orders of the 1st triad in the Dionysian scheme--seraphim, cherubim, thrones.
Angel of Prayer - In occult writings one finds usually 5 or 6 named angels of prayer: Akatriel, Gabriel, Metatron, Raphael, Sandalphon, Sizouse. But since there are "seven archangels who convey the prayers of the saints to God" (according to Oesterley in Manson, A Companion to the Bible. Michael might be included among the aforementioned 6.
Angel of Precipeces - Zarobi.
Angel of Pregnancy - In Mosaic incantation rites, the angels of pregnancy are Sinui and Sinsuni. These 2 luminaries are involked to help women in labor. According to Jewish legend, God appoints an angel to make the newborn Jewish male resemble its father, in order, presumably, to preclude the charge of adultery which might be lodged against the mother where a child bears no resemblance to the male parent.
Angel of Presence - Also known as angels of the face. They are customarily 12 in number, the chiefs of the group being Michael, Metatron, Suriel, Sandalphon, Astanphaeus, Saraquael, Phanuel, Jehoel, Zagzagael, Uriel, Yefefiah, and Akatriel. The angel of the presence are also equated with the angels of santification and the angels of glory. 2 classes of hierarchs that were, it seems, already circumcized at the time of creation. In the just-named pseudepigraphon the story of Creation is unfolded to Moses "by the angel of the presence," who, however, is not named. "Probably Michael," says R.H. Charles. The patriarch Judah, (in the Testament of the Twelve Patriarchs), claims that the angel of presence (not named) blessed him. according to The Zohar (I, Vayera), the angels of the presence were expelled from the divine presence when it wwas revealed the "mystery". Blake in his poem "Milton" speaks of the "seven angels of the presence." He also is drawing now in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, titled "The Angel of the Divine Presence Clothing Adam and Eve with Coats of Skin." Rabbinic traditions refers to the 70 tutelary angels as angels of the presence.
Angel of Pride - Rhab; Satan
Angel of Priesthoods and Sacrifices - Sachiel-Meleck.
Angel of Principalities - The ruling princes of this order, listed 1st in the 3rd triad of the pseudo-Dionysius system of the celestial hierarchy, including Haniel, Nisroc, Cerviel, and Raguel. The order is known also as princedoms. The angels of this choir are " protectors of religion" and preside over good spirits. In Jude and in the Pauline Epistles, the principalities are regarded as both beneficent and malevolent luminaries. Nisroc is mentioned in Paradise Lost, as "of Principalities the prime." This Nisroc was once an Assyrian diety. In occult lore, he is a demon.
Angel of Proclamation - Gabriel; also Ak(h)raziel or Azkariel.
Angel of Progress - In Jewish cabala, the angel of progress is Mercury. Raphael is also referred to as the angel of progress.
Angel of Prostitution - In Zoharistic cabal, the angel of proposition is Eisheth Zenunim (mate of Sammael, prince of poison and of death). Lilith, Naamah, and Agrat bat Mahlat were 3 other mates of Sammel and, like Eisheth, angel of prostitution.
Angel of Punishment - there are 7 and they are named in Maseket Gan Eden and Gehinnom: Kishiel ("rigid one of God"); Lahatiel ("flaming one"); Shoftoel ("judge of God"); Makatiel ("plague of God"); Hutriel ("rod of God"); Pusiel or Puriel ("fire of God"); Rogziel ("wrath of God"). Another angel of punisment is Amaliel. The Coptic Pistis Sophia names Ariel as the angel in charge of punishments in Hell. The Manual of Discipline lists angels of punishment. In Enoch II the angels of punishment dwell in the 3rd Heaven. The Levi testament in the Testament of Twelve Patriarchs, where armies of punishing angels, presumably evil, dwell in the 3rd Heaven. In Coptic gnosticism, the demon of punishment is Asmodel; in occult writings, Asmodel is the angel of April, Midrash Tehillim, commenting on Psalm 7, lists 5 angels of punishment whom Moses encountered in Heaven, to wit: (1) Af, angel of anger; (2) Kezef, angel of wrath; (3) Hemah, angel of fury; (4) Hasmed, angel of annihilation; (5) Mashit, angel of destruction.
Angel of Purity - Tahariel.