And he [Noah] commanded them straightly to travel forth unto every distant land,
that wherever they should find the Enoshahim they might teach unto them the words
of God, that they might not be made to fear concerning the coming forth of the spirits
of God unto them.
Summary: Meaning “drawn from the earth”, the term “Enoshahim” refers to evolutionary
humans who exhibited the first stages of behavioral modernity (AZC - Enoshahim).
The term is derived from the name “Enosh”, which name is typically used by the Heavenly
Parents to designate individuals who, by means of spiritual communion and divine
revelation, become the first shamans among evolutionary modern human clans.
There is an important distinction between the Enoshahim and those who are referred
to as the “Adaam”. Meaning “high man” or “those who from Heaven came” (AZC - Enoshahim),
the Adaam are the descendants of Adamilus and Evelah, the initiators of the first
dispensation. On this world, Adam and Eve (the mortal manifestations of Michael and
Sher-el) arrived from Heaven to mingle with the Enoshahim in the Fertile Crescent
(c. 12,775 BCE).
On this world, it was Shaemdiel (Lucifer) and his fallen lineage that initiated the
rise of the Enoshahim (E:12:1-61, 6:4:1-82). Throughout the dispensations, Shaemdiel
has exerted efforts to sow enmity between the Enoshahim and the Adaam (B:2:1, B:21:5,51).
This bitterness in Shaemdiel (born long ago midst his rebellion against and subsequent
eviction from the Elohim) was re-ignited when his younger brother, Michael and his
Beloved Sher-el unexpectedly arrived (as Adam and Eve) to establish the dispensations
of Elohim among the Enoshahim (6:6:43, 6:8:1-7).
It was God’s intent from the beginning to uplift the Enoshahim (B:1:5), and provide
a means whereby evolutionary humans could create for themselves the epiphenomenon
of soul (E:14:1-6).
• There are two different groups of Enoshahim spoken of in the scriptures: the Enoshahim
that evolved on this world (the world of the First Power) and the Enoshahim that
evolved on the first mortal world established by God, the world of Terralee (4th
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57. And the Lord spoke to Noah, saying: “Gabriel, my son, why are you made to despair
over the children of men?
58. Did you not know that they are in my hands and that I will not forsake them,
neither shall I let evil devour them?
59. For I have heard the pleas of the righteous and have prepared a way whereby the
children of men shall receive a great and mighty blessing, such as never before has
been given unto the children of men.
60. Now, therefore, take heart and be comforted, for I shall send to the house of
Enosh the spirit of adoption, whereby I shall cause that the house of Enosh and the
house of Adam should be made as one house in my hand.
61. For I shall send forth the spirit children of Emmanuel in abundance to the earth,
even as the rain shall they descend unto the house of Enosh, both male and female.
62. And all who dwell upon the earth shall be made the seed of Adam, that all might
come to a sure knowledge of good and evil, that even all men, both male and female,
might receive the hope of exaltation in the kingdom of God.
For Adam and Eve proved gentle and filled with goodness, possessing in their likeness
bodies of flesh and bone, being themselves content to live among the Enoshahim whereby
they might reveal to the Enoshahim the goodness of the Enoshahim; adding to their
customs a new and higher knowledge filled with subtle wisdom.
6th Endowment 8:6
But God beheld the natural man and was pleased, for they possessed a similitude of
his image. Wherefore unto these did God take thought, for he desired to send forth
the children of his soul unto the sons and daughters of lower man, that they might
receive unto themselves the promise of every good thing and the hope of everlasting
life in the kingdom of God.
1. Warm blew the winds of Terralee, the earth which God did make at the edge of distant
Heaven; and on that earth did there come forth the first of mortal men through Mother
Earth and Father Time, according to the will of God;
2. Being themselves fashioned of their environment through the process of evolution,
possessing bodies of flesh and bone, but having no spirit within, being themselves
as natural men filled with promise, ever moving upon the land, perchance that they
might find that certain thing which would add some purpose to their life.
3. For like earthen vessels they did await the coming of their God, whereby they
might receive in their bosoms the breath of the spirit which would come and in them
dwell, to make every man and every woman most full complete and filled with expectation.
4. For men are that they might have joy and nothing less beside, being themselves
made filled with dreams and dressed with hopeful yearnings, reaching forth with hungry
hearts to touch the soul of God, and in the touching but fair embrace the sum of
who they are.
5. For the natural man is filled with wonder and made rich as well, being fashioned
both male and female in the likeness of their God; having in themselves a depth and
height which dreams alone can fathom, possessing within the boundaries of their flesh
that which is boundless and immeasurable, filled with glory.
4th Endowment 6:1-5
Thus did the children of Enosh gather, to see for themselves both Adamilus and Evelah,
being in their flesh unlike the natural man; and the children of Enosh did gasp in
wonder before such grace and beauty as God did bear, causing that every man and every
woman should desire to be even as Adamilus and Evelah.