Now there was born to Mother Evelah her firstborn daughter, which daughter she named
Mahali; and she was a happy and precocious child, being herself the darling of her
brothers’ affections, being in herself most beautiful and affectionate.
Summary: The firstborn daughter of Evelah and Adamilus on the world of Terralee,
Mahali was inspired from a young age in the design and art of pottery. At the age
of fourteen, she guided her older brother Cain in the construction of the first potter’s
wheel (4:8:18). Mahali taught the knowledge of her craft to many women of the Enoshahim.
She later became the first to experiment in the shaping and coloring of glass (4:8:21).
Usage of ‘Mahali’
The Adamic meaning of ‘Mahali’ has not been revealed. However the name occurs as
a common grammatical affix in several figures introduced in scripture. It is inferred
that “Mahali” signifies ‘the first’ of something. The name also seems to carry a
feminine or matriarchal connotation. The following presents the names found throughout
scripture in which ‘Mahali’ is used:
• Yoshibeth Mahali — Kronus Maximillius gave the name ‘Yoshibeth’ to his beloved
partner (3:20:16). Later, there is an isolated occurrence in which Yoshibeth is referred
to in scripture as “Yoshibeth Mahali” (3:23:34).
• Mahali — the firstborn daughter of Adamilus and Evelah on the world of Terralee
was named “Mahali” (4:8:17).
• Mahaleenah Kai-Lucia — the First and Sovereign Queen of the Ahgendai was given
the name Mahaleenah Kai-Lucia (5:1:1; 5:7:25).
• Seals of Mahali-Kadass — the seals of Mahali-Kadass were put in place by Mahaleenah
to separate and guard the fractals of time within the twenty-four dimensions of space/time,
referred to as the Zimagayah (5:12:14).
Thus was Kronus compelled to enlarge the school of women; and seeing that there remained
in his house just ten women only, even these did he appoint to teach, setting to
preside among them, the woman which he loved most dearly, even Yoshibeth Mahali.