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SONG OF GOD - GLOSSARY
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First Reference: 2nd Endowment 12:15
Behold, I am Azrael Ahgendai, even that very Likeness which drew away Yaldabaoth,
whereby I might take him far from the kingdoms of the greater Light; to dwell himself
midst all his might in this creation which lies beyond all beginnings.”
See: Azrael, Azraella Ahgendai, Son of Man
Summary: After conversing with the Demiurge prince, Jehovah-Yahweh (see 2nd Endowment),
the mortal Azrael introduces himself to Shaemdiel and the Fallen as “Azrael Ahgendai,
even that very Likeness which drew away Yaldabaoth...” (2:12:15). This is clearly
a reference to the Azraella Ahgendai and a clue regarding his interaction with Yaldabaoth
after the First War in Heaven (6:1:32; E:5:8-9).
This is the only verse in scripture wherein the name “Azrael Ahgendai” is used, as
well as the proper term “Likeness”.